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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 

ENGLISH POETICAL MISCELLANIES 

i 5211750 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 

K N GL I S H 

POETICAL 

MISCELLANIES 

15211750 



BY 

ARTHUR E. CASE 



FOR THE B1BLICK1KAPII1CA1, SOCIETY 
AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS, OXFORD 

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PREFACE 

THE scope and the purpose of this bibliography can most 
easily be explained through a brief account of its genesis. It 
is an outgrowth of a dissertation offered in candidacy for 
the doctorate at Yale University. The dissertation was a study of 
English literary taste as exhibited in the poetical miscellanies of 
the first quarter of the eighteenth century. As a preliminary to 
this study I compiled a bibliography of the miscellanies, not only 
of the period under consideration, but also of the periods imme- 
diately preceding and following. Eventually I found myself in 
possession of a fairly extensive bibliography covering the years 
from 1660 to 1750. My difficulties in collecting this material 
suggested that its publication would not be without: value, but 
it seemed obvious that a more careful and complete work, begin- 
ning with the earliest printed miscellany* would be far more 
useful. As there seemed to be no logical date at which to con- 
clude the survey, the original arbitrarily chosen date of 1750 
was allowed to stand. 

All of the three components of the phrase * English poetical 
miscellanies' require definition. 1 have used "ICnglish* in a sense 
somewhat broader than that in which it; was employed by the 
editors of the Slwrt Title Catalogue* Original or translated verse 
by British subjects, written in any language and printed in any 
country, has been regarded an English poetry, lit determining the 
minimum proportion of verse which would qualify a miscellany 
as poetical I have* found it necessary to fall back upon subjective 
standards: generally speaking I have included any volume which 
contains a fairly considerable section devoted to miscellaneous 
verse* The presence within a book of verse by three or more 
authors has arbitrarily bean made the test of its miscellaneous 
character . 1 httvt* found it advisable, however, to exclude from 
consideration certain clasftuttof books which, strictly speaking, fall 



Preface 

within the limits just set down. In many cases the collected works 
of a writer are prefaced by commendatory poems written by the 

author's friends: in other cases, notably those of early editions of 
Chaucer, a single volume contains poems ascribed to a single 
author, but actually written by several. Obviously such books are 
not miscellanies in intention, and do not come within the scope of 
this bibliography. Two other classes of books were excluded from 
my original project because they would have introduced confusing 
elements into a study of literary taste : these wore song-books which 
contained music, and hymn-books, with or without music, intended 
for congregational use. When I revised the plan of my biblio- 
graphy I still excluded these two classes, on the ground that each 
was sufficiently large and important to deserve a separate treat- 
ment. Had these two classes been included the present volume 
would have been considerably enlarged, and its appearance would 
have been correspondingly delayed. 

What may be the percentage of error in this book I naturally do 
not know. I have already become aware of one grievous omission 
(that of Jmisonus Virbius, 1637), anc l undoubtedly 1 am guilty of 
other sins* I have tried to make it easier to check the accuracy 
of my work by indicating precisely the locations of the books I 
have examined, 1 shall, of course, be grateful for corrections ami 
additions to my lists, or for information as to the whereabouts 
of other copies of books already recorded, especially of the rarer 
items. In the future it may be possible to publish a supplement 
containing this information: in the meantime I shall feel myself 
in duty bound to act as a clearing-house. 

In beginning the pleasant task of tlte many 

obligations 1 have incurred in the, course of my work it is natural 
that I should think first of Professor Cfiatmcey Brewster linker, 
under whose direction my dissertation written, and 

interest in it and its author lias nuver To the 

and cheerful of the of the various in 

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Preface 

which I have worked, and in particular of the staffs of the four 
libraries which have borne the chief burden, I owe more than I can 
adequately express. Yale University, by granting me a Sterling 
Fellowship for the year 1928-9, gave me my only opportunity to 
work consistently on this project for an extended period. To the 
following persons who have aided me with information and advice 
I wish to return my sincere thanks: Dr. J. Quiricy Adams, 
Professor T. H. Banks, Professor J. M. Berdaxi, Dr. R. W. Chap- 
man, Miss Margaret Dowling, Mr. C. K. Edwards, Mr. Strickland 
Gibson, Miss Belle cla Costa Greene, Miss Emily H. Hall, Professor 
R. G. Ham, Dr. Brice Harris, Mr. C. L. Kindle, Mr. Percival F. 
Hinton, Dr. Warren H. Lowenhaupt, Mr. Falconer Madan, Mr. L. 
Quincy Mumford, Professor David Nichol Smith, Mrs. A. May 
Osier, Dr. E. B. Reed, Professor Hyder E, Rollins, the late Mr. 
F. M* Rushmore, Miss Cora E. Sanders, Mr. Gilbert M. Troxell, 
Mr. F. McD. C. Turner, Mr. Newport B. White, Mr. lolo A. 
Williams, and Mr. George P. Winship. Two whose interest and 
assistance meant much to me ate no longer here to share my 
pleasure in the completion of my taskmy father* Mr. Charles R 
Case, and my friend Professor Frederick B. Kayo. 

I have withheld to the last any reference to the two scholars 
to whom tliis book is more indebted than to any others Mr. 
Norman Ault and Dr. R. B, McKcrrow. For some time Mr. Ault 
and I, unknown to each other, worked along parallel lines. The 
publication, in xqaH, of his Seventeenth Century Lyrics effected our 
acquaintance, ami since that time we haw (exchanged information 
to our mutual advantage. Those who know I)n McKrrrow will 
not find it hard to guess the nature, and the extent of his contri- 
butions to this book. From the moment when the Bibliographical 
Society undertook its publication, in 1929, down to the present he 
has been a constant source of assistance and good counsel. Ills 
labours in connexion with the putting of the book through the 
hm kindly patience* during this delays which have 
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Preface 

attended its printing, have left me deep in his debt. Indeed, his 
connexion with the book goes much farther back, for it was his 
Notes on Bibliographical Evidence which first interested mo in the 
art and science of bibliography. I cannot transfer to his shoulders 

any of the blame for my errors, but if there is any value in this 
book he is entitled to a godfather's share of the credit* 

ARTHUR KLLICOTT CASE 

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 
EVANSTON, ILLINOIS 

July 20, 1934 



VII! 



THE METHOD OF DESCRIPTION 
r | ^HE books have been described in chronological order, the 

1 determining factor being the date of the earliest known 
edition. After the description of this edition there follow 
descriptions of subsequent editions clown to the year 1750: editions 
printed in later years are recorded in the notes. All the books 
entered have been personally examined, either by me, or, in some 
few instances, by a deputy: in the latter case an obelus has been 
placed after the name of the library in which the copy rests. 

The transcripts of title-pages differentiate among roman, italic, 
and black-letter type, but do not indicate the relative sizes of the 
founts used. The long T* has not been reproduced because it was 
felt that such a procedure would be unnecessarily troublesome 
and expensive, but otherwise the transcripts are as exact as the 
author has been able to make them. The term 'sic' has not been 
employed. Square brackets indicate that the,!; title-page from which 
the transcript has been made has been mutilated, and that the 
matter within the brackets is a conjectural restoration. Occa- 
sionally an original title-page bears a statement (usually concerning 
the price of the book) within square brackets, but it is not probable 
that cases of this kind will euiise any confusion. The phrase * orna- 
ment * refers to ornaments produced by means of type or of wood 
blocks: engraved, ornaments are indicated by the word * vignette'. 
Devices recorded in Dr. R, 11 McKtTrow's/V/^/erns'it/^/^fr/iVienv 1 
Devices are noted when they occur* 

In the collations the terms 'quarto', 'octavo", &e, refer to the 
folding of the sheet, not to the si?,e of tht* page. The phrases *H 
leaves', * i leaf \ &t\, indicate leaves belonging to a gathering which 
contains no signature: similarly the? phrase '8 pages" moans eight 
unnumbered pages. In no case has a signature been supplu*! far 
a gathering which has mi .signatures: e*g., if In an octavo book the 
first are unsigned and the next gathering Is signed II, 

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The Method of Description 

the description begins '8 leaves, B-X 8 *, not '[A], B~~X 8 '. On the 
other hand, where the numbers of a series of unnumbered pages 
can be inferred with certainty this has been done: this practice 
has not been extended, however, to unnumbered pages at the end 
of a book. Thus a book of 48 pages, the last three of which were 
unnumbered, has been described as follows: 'Title, p. [i] ; blank, 
p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-45, 3 pp. ' * Index * means an alphabetical index : 
'table of contents* denotes a list of the contents in the order in 
which they appear in the book. 

It was felt that the recording of certain types of irregularities 
would assist in distinguishing between issues, and perhaps lead 
to the discovery of others, Obviously it would have been impossible 
to examine each book minutely, but it was practicable to record 
such cancels as could be detected iri the course of an ordinarily 
careful inspection, and also to note irregularities in signatures and 
pagination. Since the great majority of the books described belong 
to the period between 1660 and 1750, the practice* of that period 
in the matter of signatures has been taken as the norm: that is, 
folios, quartos, and octavos have been regarded as regular if the 
leaves of the first half of each gathering are signed ; duodecimos, 
if the first five leaves are signed. Variations from this practice, as 
well as misprints in signatures or page-numbers, have been noted. 
No notice has been taken of the omission of signatures or page*" 
numbers from title-pages, half-titles, or other pages which, tor 
aesthetic reasons, are not normally signed or numbered. Printers 
in the earlier period so frequently used U and V intiTdmngoaWy 
in the signatures of the .same gathering ihat this irregularity has 
not been regarded an worth recording. 

I have tried to be consistent in my use* of the words 'edition* 
and 'issue'. 'Second edition % as I have employed flit* term, indi- 
cates a complete or nearly complete new setting of tyjw*. 'Nt*w 
issue* indicates a book much of which has priniwt frcnii uu 

earlier netting of type, but which (u) u tlii'fcreut 

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The Method of Description 

(b) a considerable number of pages printed from a new setting of 
type, or (c) material not included in the earlier issue. It is not 
easy to distinguish between 'issues* and 'variants', especially since 
it is now clear that the practice of making corrections while a book 
was on the press continued into the eighteenth century, and that 
ordinarily no attempt was made to distinguish between corrected 
and uncorrected sheets when books were assembled for binding. 
Perhaps the hardest cases to decide have been those of the memorial 
miscellanies issued by the universities : it is frequently impossible 
to tell, in the absence of external evidence, whether one is dealing 
with perfect and imperfect copies of the same issue, or with two 
issues, one of which contains additional material. 

I have, of course, made use of many bibliographical aids, but 
I have not often referred to them in my notes, nor, indeed, have 
I attached extended notes to my descriptions, excopt in instances 
in which I felt that I was in possession of information that was not 
easily accessible in print. The chief exceptions to my general rule 
have been the references to Professor Hyder K. Rollins 1 ** series of 
Elizabethan reprints and to Mr. Falconer Madan's Oxford Hooks. 

My survey has boon based upon the holdings of four of the five 
libraries which seem to be richest in English poetical miscellanies 
* - the* British Museum, the Bodleia.ii, ami the libraries of Yah* and 
Harvard, The extent of these holdings is indicated in the notes to 
the entries in thin bibliography. It is one of my greatest regrets 
that I was unable to visit and make use of the, Huntington Library, 
but its resources have, in some cases, been called upon* I have 
made no systematic search in any libraries* other than the four 
first mentioned, Whtsn, however, neither the British Museum nor 
the Bodleian possessed a copy of a particular miscellany ami I 
happened to know of tlia existence of a copy in ome other Knglish 
library, public or private, I noted the fact, and I* followed a simitar 
practice with regard to txuiks owned in America bit I not represented 
by copies at Yak* or Harvard, 

xt 



ENGLISH POETICAL MISCELLANIES 

1521-1750 



ENGLISH POETICAL MISCELLANIES 
1521-1750 



Colophon: ^ CljujS en&etlj tlje Cjjristtmagfsfe mwl-*\lt& 

irnptintets at JUrtoS in tfie | ftetejstrete at tfie 0j?ffae of tlje 0onne 1521 

bj? | tojmfejnt tie toat&e. C|e gear oC our Ioi 4 =|tie Sf *2Djcrf. 

i leaf. Text, i p. ; text and colophon, i p. 

The text is in black letter. 

BodL 

The two carols contained in this unique fragment were both reprinted in 

Anglia, xii. 587. Each of them has been reprinted separately a number of 

times. 



C&rtjaftmatf ca*|roHe!Sf ttetotlj? 3|npcj?nteto. 1 [ornament] | Jlti* 2 

prjjnteli at SUntion in tlje poto'l=|trp bjf E??cljatts l&elr, btoelfjntg ? 1546- 
at tfje | loitjjc 0!j0p ftnucr tfagnt ag?jlbre*|aetf clj|ntlje, [ornament]. jgg 3 

8 and T2 rt in sixes. 8 leaves; A2-A8; A2-A6; 4 leaves. Title, i p.; 

text, 47 pp. 

The second loaf In the final group of four is signed A 3. 

The text i in black letter, 

This unique volume, which is obviously made tip from a number of collec- 

tions, was imwxurutely dwribed and m part reprinted by Philip Bliss in 

ttiblingmt>hifial Mhwllanics (Oxfonl, iHij). Thenwifter it was negk^ctt^l for 

more than a century, and all trace of it seemed to be lost until threes or four 

years ago, A new edition of the volume, reprinting the contents* in facsimile, 

and dkatssiiig the various bibliographical problems involved, was edited 

by Edward Bliss Reed, and published in Cambridge, MOSH., in 1932; the 

description given here is taken from this reprint. 

Bliss is resfxittsibb for the dating of the book; he based his conclusions on 

thes date* of Kdts's txxupation of the 'longtj shop'* 

The 1 1 tin, ting ton Library f* 

VITA KT OB<|ITVS DVORVM FRA-|tram Suffolcicnsium, Hen- 3 

rici et Caruli Bran|dni pnstaiiti virtute, et splemlore nt)bHitsu|tis 1551 
cliiciini illustri^simorum, cluabits | epistolls ttxpiicuta, ( Aclduntur 
Epituphui it acroantuta in tit latlne cum 

CantabrigiensiQ j turn OxonicnttiQ iiigl cflinentatione et iudiintria.] 

I B 



Affiguntur praeterea ad calcem librl quaedam | Epigrammata In alios 
praclaros cum viros turn | etiani muliercs, quibus nomcn memora| 
bile fuit, et vita summis | ornamentis | illustrata. | LOND1NI | 

ANNO DOMINI. M.D.LI. 

Colophon; EXCVSVM LONDIN1 \ IN AEDIBVS RXCI1ARDI | GRAF- 

TONI, TYPOGRJW|7 Pegij. \ CwnPriuilegio ad Impvimc.nt\dum snlum. 

4. A, b-c, A-K>, IA Title, verso blank ; dedication in prose to the, Duke 
of Suffolk, 3 pp. ; verses to him, i p. ; letter, signed Walter 1 1 addon, 13 pp. ; 

letter, signed Thomas Wilson, 19 pp. ; verses addressed to the mother and 
sister of the Duke of Suffolk, i p. ; i p. blank ; text, 84 pp. 

The gatherings arc signed with great irregularity throughout the book. 
Madan 41. 

B.M.f 

3 (b) VITA ET OB- | ... 1 illustrata. 

^55^ This issue follows the description of the preceding book, except that the 
imprint and elate are omitted from the title-page, 
B.M.f, BodLf 

4 a memorial | of sfttcfce $rfocc& a$ fitter | t|e t#me 0? Iting 
? ^554 Eicijatts I tfjir gfccorfte, twite fjrett | tmforttmare fit tfjr | Ecalmc 

of | (Cngtonb. | [ornament] | [f LONDINI | In a^dibus Johannis 

Waylandi, cum prmilegio per Sep-jtennltun, 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

Folio, i leaf. Title, i p. ; letters patent of John Waylarul, i p. 

This title-page was printed as leaf Gg 4 of John Wayhuul'.s ctlition of the 

English translation of Boccaccio's DP C&sihua Illmimntm rirwitm (with 

tlic title The tragedies t gathwfd % Jhon hoc,/M$ t et<\ (*554?)1* ^ !l nio,nt 

copies this leaf has been cancelled. Two copies of what wii.s prolably a leaf 

of the book are preserved in the British Museum ((*. 40. in. ). (.15)). This 

leaf is printed in black letter, double columns, atui coutainn th 

of the tragedy of Owen (Jlerulour. 

These leaves are* the only remains of an edition of ttw .Ui^or for 

/m//\v mentioned by Baldwin, in the preface to the 155^1 e.tlition. Ji*4 !t;'i\tti|| 

been printed in p;irt four yt*urs earlier, but upprr%s:i"il by the Lord Chan* 

cellor. According to this ntutenient tht* dali* til the edition niuctt, li*ivt* IK*H 

about 1554 or 1555, W, F, Trem:h t in /! Wffjw /i*r Mfyfi'ttrttffx, ih Origin 

tinti (iHi>8) r pp, i '% attempts t*i fix the iliiin mow WmitHy, lit? 

argues from the letU'rn patent on tliw nf tht* I,illt 4 '|'wf s i% wliinh ritlt*r t* 

Quern Uiaj as head of tlu (.Church, and wlsirli aw <lilt*ii Utit, 34, 15*1 | f th.it 

ttw printing must Imvi* taken pluo b^lwwii that t!;if^ and Jutt/4, 1555, 

when Mary by law CIWHH! l Iw *>! th- (Hhureh. Ife it itrotuhto 

that tla* printing antwlital July ^5, 153,4. Mary rruifktl 

2 



of Spain: on that occasion the royal style, as proclaimed by the heralds, 
omitted all reference to the headship of the Church, Trench also shows that 
in a book printed by Wayland, dated Jan. i, 1555, the letters patent do not 
call Mary head of the Church, although in other respects they follow the 
earlier form. Dr. Marguerite Hearsay, in an unpublished doctoral disserta- 
tion (Yale, 1927) contends that the printing was begun by John Day and con- 
tinued by Wayland after Day's incarceration in the Tower on Oct. 16,1554. 
Haslcwood reprints the letters patent of Wayland in his edition of A Mirror 
for Magistrates (1815), i. xvi, xvii. 
B.M. 

[ornament] A MYRROVRE | For Magistrates. | W&mitt tttap be 4 (b) 
geen bj | trample otljer, toitf) lotoe gre=|u0tt# plagetf fciceg are 1559 
pum0ljeU; attti | Ijotoe ftagle anft tinsrtable toortolj | puwfperitf e i& 
fountje, etien o | tl)0#e, toijom JFottune #ee*|metb nwgt Ijijjljlg 1 10 
feltOtir, | [ornament] | F&lix quern faciimt aliena pericula cautum. 
Anno .1559. | | LONDINI, | In aedibus Thomse Marshe. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 
Colophon: fl Imprinted at | E-onUon in JFlete0trcte ncre to | a|?nct Dun0tone0 



4. *J, A-M 4 , N 2 , a-g 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to 'the nobility and 

all other in office 1 , signed William Baldwin, 4 pp.; a pp. blank; preface, 

3 pp.; i p. blank; text, fols. i-xlviii, lix-4xx, Ixxxi-lxxxiiii, Ixxv-lxxxvr ; 

table of contents, foL lxxxv v ; errata, and colophon, i p. ; t p blank. 

The third leaf is signed in every gathering except E, F, K a, c, f and g. B 2 

is unsigned : B 3 is misprinted A 3 : N 2 is signed. FoL a lxxxiiii is mis- 

numbered ixxxiii. 

Hie text is in black letter. 

B.M,, BodL 

fA MYRROVR FOR \ Magistrates. | Wljrrein mage be jfjten bp ] 4 (c) 
ewmple of 0tf}tr, toitf) |o^epT*| 110110 plag:e0 iice0 are punialieb: 1563 
anU | fiotoe fragle cinft biisftable toorltilj? | protfpet;iti? f0 fountie, efaen 
0C j ttiosafe t|0m Jpoctune 0ee|nteifi mosft liffitg | m fauour.j 
[ornament] | Falix quern f admit \ Anno. 

^S^S* I $ Imprinted at London in j to S^ynct Dun- 

Cfmrche \ by 

The titto is enclosed in ait ornamental border, 

4, partly in eights, If, A 4 , B**N*,p-U*, X-Bb 1 , Cc 4 . Title, verso blank ; dedicsi- 
tton, UH in the 1559 edition, William Baldwin, 5 pp, ; i p. blank; 

preface, 3 pp.; t p. blank; text, foln, i-xlviii Ux-cvai, cx-cxvit, cxvii- 
cxxxviii, cxxxviii* cxxxviii, cxUu, cxliii-cli clui*"Ctxxix clx ; of can- 

tento, ^ pp. ; crrtta 2 pp 

3 



1f3 A 3, P 3 and Q 3 are signed : B 2, 2, E 2, F 2, H 2, 1 2, L 2, Y 2 and Z 2 
are unsigned : the fourth leaf is unsigned except in gatherings C, 1, K, Y and 
Aa: H 7 is signed H 3: L i and M i arc signed K and B. The following 
folios are misnumbered : xvi (xv), xx (xix), xxvi (xxv), xxvii (xviii), xxviii 
(xix), xxxii (xxxiii), xxxiii (xxii), xxxiv (xxv), xxxvii (xxxv), xxxix (xlii), 
xli (xlii), xlv (xxxvi), xlvii (xlii), xlviii (xlvlii), Ix (Ixi), Ixi (xliiii), Ixvii (Ixi), 
Ixviii (Ixi), Ixxi (Ixxxli), Ixxii (Ixiiii), Ixxiii (Ixxxiii), Ixxiv (Ixxxiiii), Ixxxi 
(Ixxxxi), Ixxxvii (Ixxxxvi), Ixxxix (Ixxxxiii), cxii (cxi), clix (clx), clxiii (clvi), 
clxiv (clvi), clxx (clxix), clxxi (clxx), cbocvii (clxxvi). 
The text is in black letter. 
B.M., Bodl. 

4 (d) A MYRROVR \ for Magistrates. \ QBfjetein iiiaj? brsfrcnt bjjam*| 
1571 pies passed in this realnie, with \ howe grcucous plagues, vycos | ait 
ptmi^fjea in great prin*|ces and magistrates, | an& ijoto fratfte | and 
vnstablc worldly prosperity I tefotmbr, toljcr? JfOlttint | seemeth 
mostc highly | to fiwom*. | Jpftolp corrected tinfi augment-fix | Anno 
1571. | Foelix quern faciunt aliena pericula cautum. | Jmprinted at 
London by \ Thomas Marshe dwdlynge \ in jflwtjafttwtf ", near? JjntO | 
S. Dflstanes Churchc. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

Colophon: IMPRINTED AT LfW | dm by Thmias AfawA, \ in 

JFIeet0treetei nearc tonto Sainte | Dunstanes <t>urcf)C+ | 1571, 
4 in eights. *, A 4 > B-U*, X 4 . Title, verso blank; dwHcatkm, as in the 
previous editions, signed W[illiam| B[aldwinJ, 4 pp.; table of conte.ntn, 
2 pp.; preface, 4 pp.; text, fols. frJ-x-iM, i,j>, i,\i t i|i r^8 v . C.'olophon at 
the foot of foL i68 v . *j X 3 and X 4 are signed: 1*1 2 and S 4 art* miMprinted 
I) 2 and H 4; in some copies L -2 is misprinted L 4. The following folio** art* 
misnumbered: 22 (20), 20 (20), 7^ (64), and 143 (145). I/oL j in nnumbend. 
The text is in black letter. 
B.i\L 

4 (e) [ornament] | THE LAST | parti* of the Mirour for | 

1574 tolertlil ( may he seem* by t*xam-|j>h*s passed in tliis) Koalrno, with I 
i)0tor ffreuotitf plajjuw, tiicw ait ptaii3|sh**<l in 
Magistrates, I anfc Ijo^r fraplf an6 bnfftabtr ' 
10 tounbt, to|trt Kortum* | 0ffiiirfi) tno0tf Ijifljli 1 1 to t'auouc. 
Newly corrected and anu'nacd. /*Vr/u* i/iit'iii/ni'iiinl 

j Impriiittti at I/mclon fty | Aniin, 1574, j 

Cum Pritiileglo. 

Hit* title is in an onumtmtul border. 



4 in eights. *, A 4 , B-X 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, as in previous 
editions, signed Wplliam] B[aldwin], 4 pp, ; table, 2 pp. ; preface, 4 pp. 
text, Ms. 1-162; blank, fol. i62 v . 

*3 is signed. The following folios are misnumbered : 72 (64), 76 (70), 119 
(123), 155 (455), and 156 (456) : fol. 162 is unnumbered, the number having 
been erroneously placed on fol. i6i v . 
The text is in black letter. 
Bodl. B.M.f 

[ornament] | THE LAST | parte of the Mirour for | apafffettatejaf, 4 (f) 

... | ... | ... gseat Princes . . . | . . . | . . . 1575. | . . . 1575 

The title follows that of the 1574 edition, with the differences indicated. 
This is the same book as the 1574 edition, except gathering *, which has 
been reset. 
Bodl. 



[ornament] THE LAST | part of the Mirour for | a^affigftratttf, 4 (g) 
ibljernn ntaj? | be scene by examples passed in | this Rcalme, with j 1578 
IjOto grmiOt'itf plajJUWf, tyJCMf are pti|nished in great Princes & 
Magistrats, and how frayle and vnstublc worldly prospejritJJ 10 
, toljere .fortune &tmutlj \ mosftfytjjljlj to jFatiour, | Newly 



corrected and enlarged 
turn. I IMPRINTED 



Foellx quern faciuut aliena pericula cau- 

at London In Fleets tree.tc*, neere vnto | 
SDtmjStailWf CfltUTi), bg | Thomas Marsh, \ 1578, | Cum 
Priuiiegio. 

Tht, title in enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4*> in eights. *, A 4 , B-F*, Ck%If\ I '^ fl * Aa 1 . Title, vorao blank; dedication, 
as in previous edition^ signed W[illiam| Bfaklwin], 4 pp. ; table of contents. 
3 pp.; preface, 4 pp.; ttisct, lots, r -47, 47, 56-65, 05"<>H, 77, 78, 78, jB-um, 
ioo*-i<>5, 107-1 jH *^>"^3 3Erf3"i2(>, JiuH, ii<)i x^i, 131, ^P""*tHj* 
*3 is signed 3: L 4 in unsigned: K 5, N 5* Q 5 and Aa 3 are gned, Fol. 24 
is unmtmlxrcd: tlw fallowing folios ans misnumbaraci: 64 (71), 83 (84), 88 
(Be)), 141 (142), 147 (IJ7), 180 (8e), and lii (8j). 
The t k xt is in black letter* 
The Hunttngton Library f. 

[ornatnont j THE LAST J part of the Mirour for | jj^afftetrotf flf, . , . 4 (h) 

The titli* follows that of ttw just ci^cribml. 

In thm tent* of the 1578 edition u new of eight k*avi m sulistittitcwl 

for tlitt toaf F 5, which has bnn ciiiicikn,L Tlia first four leaves arc 

5 



signed F-F 4. The first page of the gathering has the folio-number 39: 
there are no other folio-numbers in the gathering. 
B.M., Bodl. 

4 (i) THE | Mirour for Miglstrates, | wherein may bee seene, by \ ex- 
1587 amples passed in this | Realme, with \ how grceuous plagues vices are 
puni-|shed in great Princes and Magistrates, | and how fraile and 
vnstable worldly | prosperity is found, where Fortune sccmeth most 
highly \ tofauour: \ Newly imprinted, and with the addition of dinners 
Tragedies enlarged. \ AT LONDON | in Pleetestreete, by Henry 
Marsh, I being the assigne of Thomas I Marsh, I 1587. I CVM 
PRIVILEGIO. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

Colophon: IMPRINTED | at London by Henry Marsh, being \ the assigne 
of Thomas Marsh, neare | to Saint Dunstancs Church \ in. Fleetestreete. | 

1587. 

4 in eights. 4 leaves, B, C 4 A~Y, Aa-Mm*. a pp. blank ; title, verso blank ; 
dedication, to 'the nobility 1 , etc., signed lohn Higins, 6 pp. ; preface, signetl 
John Higins, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 7 pp. ; commendatory verse, and in- 
duction, 5 pp, ; text, Ms. 1-272** 

*B a and *C 2 arc unsigned: Aa i is signed A* The following folion are 
ncusnumborcd: 23 (KJ} 24 (aa) 208 (20), 252 (258), "254 (*OQ). 

The text is ia black letter. 
Yale. 

4 (j) THE | Mirour for Magistrates, | . . . | tofauour: | - . , 

1587 The title follows that of the issue just described, with the cliffr< i ncci in- 
dicated. 

In all other respeet tltls is the* numo as the LSMUO of the 1587 wiitinn pr<*- 
viously descrilK fc d except that in some oopto fols. *vi '^4* '^5*% and *',*; j *v 
r.omt'tly nuniihensL In the eopies I have examined the iiirijirint iff the 
fourth word of the title has been earefully <"iirnicld with |'U mul ink, 
presumably by a workman in the printing tttu:e, 

11M, IMIL (lacks title-page and several cither leaves), Harv. (tai.-kM first 
and fourth 



4(k) A | MIROVR I FOR MAGJ-jSTRATES: J BEING A TRVK 

1610 CHRONICLE j HISTORIK OF THE VNTIMELY | fallt-s >f j-.h 

vnfortunatc Princes and nu-n of not*?, j as hittie hapfMned since tfta 

first entrance of Brute \ into thU Hand, vtitill this our i lattitr A|;'. j 

6 



NEWLY ENLARGED WITH A LAST [ part, called A Winter 
nights Vision, being an addition I of such Tragedies, especially 
famous, as are exempted \ in the former Historie, with a Poem 
annexed, | called, Englands Eliza. \ [ornament] | AT LONDON \ 
Imprinted by Felix Kyngston. \ 1610, 

4 in eights. A 8 , B 2 , C-Kkk 8 , Lll 6 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, as in the 

1587 edition, signed lohn Higins, 5 pp. ; preface, i p. ; table of contents, 

6 pp, ; commendatory verse, and induction, 5 pp. ; errata, i p. ; text, pp. 

1-875 ; i p. blank. 

004 is unsigned: Lll 4 is signed. Pp. 122, 512 and 645 are misnumbered 

128, 412 and 636. 

B.M. (lacks leaf Ee 3), Bodl, Harv. 

THE I FALLES | OF VNFORTV-|NATE PRINCES. | BEING 4 (1) 
A TRVE CHRONICLE | HISTORIE OF THE VNTIMELY | 1619 
death of such Princes and men of Note, as haue \ happened since the 
first entrance of BRVTE | into this Iland f vntill this our \ latter Age. \ 
WHEREVNTO IS ADDED THE | FAMOVS LIFE AND DEATH 
OF | QVEENE ELIZABETH, with a declaration of all | the 
Warres, Battels and Sea-fights, during her | Raigne: wherein at 
large is described the Battell | of 88. with the particular seruice 
of all | such Ships, and men of note in j that action. | Centre 
fortune nul ne petti. \ [ornament] | A T LONDON, j Imprinted by 
Felix Kyngston for Thomas \ Adams. 1619. 

This in a new issue of the preceding book: the title-page of 1610 has been 
cancelled and a new one substituted* 
Bodl v Yale. 

THE | FALLES J OF VNFORTV-jNATE PRINCES, | . . . | . . . 4 (m) 

VNTIME-jly death of such vnfortunate Princes and I men of Note, 1620 
as haue happened since j the first of BRVTE info \ this 

. . | . | . . . declaration j of , . . Sea-fights, J wherein * * , | . . of j 
all such , . , note | in * , . I . . . | Imprinted by F K. for William 
A spicy, and are to ( be sola at his shop in Pauls Churchyard at the j 
Signe of the Parrot. 1620* 

This is still another of the x6zo edition, with a fresh title-page, which 

fallows that of the 1619 with the indicated. 

RM. 

# % The collect ion reprinted by Joseph Hastewood in 1815. 



5 SONGES AND SONETTES, \ written by the rygU honorable 

1557 Lorde \ Henry Haward late Earle of Swr*\rey, and other. \ Apud 
Richardum Tottel. | 1557. | Cum pnuilegio. 

Colophon; Imprinted at Hontion in: ffcte 0trcte | toitfcin temple Bam, at tj>e 
0#8tte of tf?e j i?anti arid 0tsrre, bn Eic^arti Cottel | tfje fift Bag of lime* | Siu 
1557. I Cww priuilegio ad imprit\ mcndmn solmn. 

4. A-Cc 4 , Dd 3 . Title, i p.; preface, i p. ; text, 211 pp. ; colophon, i p. 
Every leaf except A i, A 4, B 4, K 4, H 3, H 4, L4, S 4, U 4, X 4, Y 3, Y 4, 
Z 4, Aa 4, Bb 4, Cc 3, Cc 4 arid Dd 3, is signed. K 4 and Bb 3 are mis- 
printed K 3 and B 3. 
The text is in black letter. 
This is the edition designated as 'A' by Rollins. 

Bodl. A photostatic copy is in the possession of Professor Hyder K. Rollins, 
of Harvard. 

5(b) SONGES AND SONETTES, \ written by the imwmUe 



1557 Lwfo \ Henry Haward Me Earlc of 

Ricarduni ToUeL \ Cum pnuilegio ad 



and oilier, 
mendwn solunt. 



'I pud 
.1557. 



Colophon : [ornament] | 3f*nprtntfl3i ftt HonUon it! ffctc | 0tre cc titf)tii Ctntplr 

bam* at tf?e | 0gene of tl?e |anl5 antt istatre, | IE Eicf^arlDi SfottcIC | t^c jc1* map 

of 3fuft* | ^-TC* 1557. [ Cum priuilegio ad ini(wh\niendnm wlum, 

4. A-(*g 4 . Title, foL [ij; preface, loL fi] v ; text, fob, 2*-tiy v i index, 4 pp*; 

colophon, i p. ; i p. blank. 

A 3, C 3, C 4, He 3 and Ff 3 are signed, Fl$. 3, 5, 7 and 9rjt arc* nnnum- 

bered: the following folios are mumumbered: -25 (5.*), 33 (jf) and 35 (33). 

The text is in black letter, 

As to the priority of this edition over that described itttniodiaU'ly below, 

see Tottcll's Miscclluny, cd. Hydcr 1C. Rollins (i*iiinhridg<* Mass*, 102$ <), 

ii. 12-20, 

Thin Is Rollins ' edition * B*. 

B.M., The if un ting ton Library f. Harx'. (photostat ir rt^prottucllon of H.M. 
copy), 

5 (c) f SONGES AND SONETTES | hy the. rit'kt 

1557 Lorde | Henry H award late Earte of Sttr'\My, vther, \ 

TfML \ Cunt priuilegin ad \ A^/IIWI, 1557, 

Colc>|>liciii; 7mprl!!to sc in | larrc* fltf 

0fiR,e of tftc 1 a^ bff 8ot|cit!> til *rrrl tta^ of Jnff* f 

Anno* 1357. | Cum priuik*Kto ;wi t!!i|*si'r|iii* 
4 1 *, A--(^ 11il!\ lal fi J; fut |if ; 

coloplum, i p.; i p blank* 

a 



A 3, B 3, C 3 and C 4 are signed : Gg 2 is unsigned. Fols. 79, 114, and 1 16 are 

misnumbered 76, 116 and 114. 

The text is in black letter. 

This is Rollins's edition 'C'. 

Trinity College, Cambridge f ; The Rosenbach Company, New York and 

Philadelphia. Harv. (photostatic reproductions of both copies). 

f SONGES AND SONETTES \ written by the right honorable 5 (cl) 
Lorde \ Henry H award late Earle of Surt\rey t and other. \ A pud 1559 
Richardum TottelL \ 1559. I C^im priuilegio. 

Colophon: f IMPRINTED AT LGN-|DCW IN FLETESTRETE \ within 
Temple barre at the | signe of the handc and starve, hy \ Richard TottelL \ Anno 
,1559. | Cum priuilegio. 

4 in eights. A-P 8 . Title, fol. [i]; preface, fol. [i] v ; text, fols, 2-1 17 V ; 
index, 4 pp. ; colophon, i p. ; I p. blank. 

The following folios are misnumbercd : 19 (16), 36 (37), 71 (i) and 76 (87); 

the 5 on fol. 56 is inverted. 

The text is in black letter. 

Leal P 8 is lacking in both of the known copies: the colophon is professedly 
a facsimile, but it appears to be based on, the colophon of the 1:565 edition. 

This is Rollins 's edition *D*. 

B.M. (leaves E 7, 07, IB, P H and part of K 4 are false facsimiles) ; The 
Rosenbach Company, Now York and Philadelphia {lacks leaves A 2, I) 7, 
G 7H t, M 6-P 8), Harv. (photostatie reproduction of B.M. copy), 

f SONGES AND SONETTES | , . . 5 ( e j 

The title is from the same netting of type as that of the foregoing edition; 1559 
the rent of the book has been reset, 

Colophon: <J', 3ftnpttnto at lUntom | in JFIetwcrete toitfcln SCempte | barro, at 

the of the | ^aDe ann 0tarrc f bg Eic^arH Sottelf* I Anno* 1550 | Cum 

priuilegio* 

8. A-i M . Title, fol [i J; preface, foi [if; text, fob. Jt -1x7*; index, 4 pp.; 

colophon, i p. ; i p. blank* 

C, 3 to unsigned, FoLs, 13, 14 and rH art<i miwnumbcrcd 1*3, H and 18; tha 

(> on fol. 26 is imperfect and looks much like n 5. 

The text ia In t>hu:k letter* 

Thin i Rollins ' tnUtion * D* ' . 

Thtf Kcmnitwwii Company, New York and PhiUuiolphia. Hatv. (photostatic 

reproduction of Uottenbuch ^opy). 

9 c 



5 (f) 1565. i f SONGES AND SONETTES \ written by the right honor- 
1565 able | Lord Henry Hawarde late \ Earle of Surrey, and \ other. \ Apud 
Richardum TottelL \ Cum priuilegio. 

Colophon: ^ IMPRINTED AT LON-| DON IN FLETESTRETE \ within 

Temple barre at the | signe of the hand and star re t by \ Richard TottelL \ Anno 

.1565. | Cum priuilcgio. 

80. A-P. Title, fol."[i]; preface, fol. [if; text, fols. 2-1 17*; index, 4 pp.; 

colophon, i p. ; i p. blank. 

GS is unsigned. The following folios are misnumborocl : 13 (23), 29 (26), 

8i % '(i8), 95 (59) and 105 (115). 

The text is in black letter. 

This is Rollins *s edition 'K'. 

Bodl., The Iluntington Library f- Harv, (photostatic rcpnxltKtion of 

Bodleian copy). 

5 (g) f SONGES AND SONETTES \ written by the right honorable I 

Earle of Surrey, and \ others, \ A pirn 
Cum priuilcgio 



"1567 Lord Henry H award 

Richardum TottelL \ 1567 



Colophon; jf IMPRINTED AT LON-|IX)iV JiV I? 1J<:T ESTHETE \ within 
Temple barre at the | signc of the and starre, by \ Richard Toitdt. \ A HIM 
,1567. | Cum priuilcgio. 

8. A~P. Title, fol. [*]; preface, foL [r] v ; text, fols. 2-117^; imlt.'x, 4 pp.; 

colophon, i p. ; r p* blank. 

G 3 is unsigned. Fol 13 in misnumbcred 23, 

The text is in black ktter. 

Tins is Rollins * edition 'F'. 

John RylandH Library, Manchrsh^f ; Hunl'TOan Mut*um, Glas?to\v; l*hr 

Picrpont Morgaui Library (extrnsively nrpainul)* Harv. iphotmt.it H: r**pro 

duction of Morgutt Library copy). 



5 (h) f SONGES AND SONETS { written hy the right \ 

1574 Henry Hawa.nl late j Karlo of Surn\y, a,nd j others. | Apud 
dnm ToltM j 1574. J Cum firhrikgio. 

8". A -I* 11 , Titlr, ftl. ['i|; pivf,wrc, f*l. { i | l . U*xl, fol A uy v ; i<l**x, 4 Jp, j 

colophott^ i |,K ; { j', blank. 

T!w following folios art* iiii^niiiilierfHl; 1 1 If.iK M u*r* H ( | (r**tj t K*j (7*1) iwnl 



(Colophon; ^ Ijuprintnl at Uirttlhtt iti j Hrtt">twfr within */Vm|pl<* Hartf *ii 
of j tftc tMnttf ani ! IF Kiefemfef | ^tftill* j Anno .157-4. I 



III 



The text is in black letter. 

This is Rollins's edition 'G'. 

B.M., BodL (lacks leaf A 4), The Huntington Library f. Harv, (photostatic 

reproduction of B.M. copy). 

[ornament] | SONGES I AND SONNETS, WRITTEN \ by the 5 (i) 
Right honourable | Lord Henry Haward \ late Earle of Surrey, and | 1585 
others, | [ornament] | Imprinted at London by lohn VVin-|det. 
1585. 

Colophon: Imprinted at London Anno Domini \ 1585. 

8. A~P 8 . Title, fol. [i]; preface, fol, [i] v ; text, fol. 2-64 v , 64-71^", 73-118; 

index, fol. n8 v , 2 pp. ; index and colophon, i p. ; i p. blank. 

C 5 is signed: K 4 is unsigned. Fols. 8, 37, 61 and 63 are misnumbered 5, 

38, 60, and 62. 

The text is in black letter. 

This is Rollins 's edition *H*. 

B.3VL, The Huntington Library f, The Pierpont Morgan Library. Harv. 
(photostatic reproduction of one of the B.M. copies ((1 34, a. 13)). 

SONGES AND j Sonnets, written by the | Right Honorable Lord 5 (j) 
Henrie | Haward late Earle of Sur-\rey, and others. \ [ornament] | 1587 
5 Imprinted at London by j Robert Robinson, dwelling in Fetter \ 
Lane nere Holborne. \ 1587, 

8. A-O*. Title, fol. [r'J; blank, fol. [r] v ; preface, fol. [2]; text, fols. [aj*- 

no v ; index, 4 pp. 

The fifth leaf Is signed in every gathering, except B, F, H and K; A a and 

1) 4 are unsigned. 

The text is in black letter, 

This is Rollinft'H edition * V* 

BodL (leaf G slightly damaged); Mr. Carl G< Pforzhdmer, Purchase, New 

Yorkf ; Harv, (photostatic reproductions of both the foregoing copies), 

POEMS | OF | HENRY HOWARD, j EARL of SURREY, \ Who 5 (k) 
Flourished in the Reign of HEHRYl the Eighth. I Printed pom a 17x7 
Correct Copy. \ WITH THE j POEMS of Sir THOMAS WIAT> 
and I others his Famous Contemporaries. I To which are added 
some MEMOIRS of Ms LIFE | and WRITINGS. | * \ LONDON: \ 
Printed for IF* at the Lamb* and J. at J the 

without Ttmplt-Bar. 17x7* 

S* A-P, yci, li\ S 1 , Title, p. [i]; blank, p. |iij ; UtKiicutttm, to the Duke of 

II 



Norfolk, signed The Publisher, p. [iii] ; blank, p. [iv] ; original preface, pp. 
[v, vij; life of Surrey, pp. [vii]-xvi; text, pp. 1-263; l P- blank; index, 

5 pp. ; errata, r p, 

A 2 and (in some copies) S arc unsigned. The following pages arc misnum- 
bered: 121 (131), 154 (158), 155 (159), 158 (155), 159 (154). *Q2 (i9) and 

225-240 (125-140). In some copies pp. 152 and 192 arc misnumbcrcd 52 
and 190. The blank leaf following S 7 in some copies is almost certainly S 8. 
The editor of this edition was George Sewell, M.D. 
This is Rolling's edition ' K'. 

BJVL (MS. notes by Thomas Park and Joseph Uaslewood); Bodi, Yale, 
Harv, 

# % TotteVs Miscellany was reprinted by Robert Anderson (A Complete 

Edition oj the British l*octs t vol. i, 1792), Bishop IVrcy and George Steevens 
(printed 1808, but destroyed by fire before publication), Alexander Chalmers 
(The W orks of the English l*Mts t voL x, i8io)George k Frederick Nott (unpub- 
lished: printed c 1814), John Payne Collier (Sewn English PoHical Mined" 
lanies, vol. i, 1867), Kdward Arbor (1870), and HydiT K, Rollins (i vols., 
Cambridge, Mass,, 1928-9), The lust of these editions* contains, among other 
things, photographic facsimiles of the title-pages of all the tuitions printed 
in the sixteenth century, elaborate collations, and an extensive bibliography. 



6 THE I Coura of | 

1557-8 tottfj mm\i prosper Bcillabe^ netolp j amen&rt, anb'abio | 
tfiettnto 1 tojitcj) fjaue not | brfore bene | imprtn*|tr&. 

The title is enclosed in an ornaint^nUiI border. 

4. A* Title, fol [i]; verso blank; text, fol jt-8 v . 

The text is in black letter, 

The book is incomplete; the text breaks oft 1 abruptly at the foot of A 8*. 

For the evidence as to the date see the note appended to the (UM,Tipti*u of 

the following book. 

The Folgcr Shakespeare Library, Washing tonf. 

6 (b) [The Court of Venus.] 

? 8<>. K, 1'X Text, fol. xxxi-xiv. 

Tfie tc k xt in in bl;u;k letter. 
Tlut text breaks oft abruptly at th** ftmt of 7*. 

The* f}ilfi*rrnc'i in the system nf ftlMtiun >-wf \vtru this franiiit'iif 4iuj that 
abvr art* fairly ^o^tt tn*Ii*\ttonN that t,iu fi,i),: ( iiir lit.,-, ;ir part* of 

' 



, ( ., 

t*ditioH, Oil the <,:onM-iiti of tlun h^nwnt ?ifr I'k* 
C7iiw (*iL Tyrwhitt, Loiwkisi, lyys)* I* xv x\u 
Motll. 
^ # A th tit It* TtotMMtttf IVwii4 w*w wittwt in 



?i566 



Register by Henry Sutton, between July 19, 1557 and July 9, 1558. It may 
have been one of the two books described above. 

Two leaves of what may have been an earlier edition of this miscellany are 
in the library of the University of Texas. The first of these leaves has the 
folio number 44: the text is in black letter: the running head is & IBofce | of 
IBalettm The book is not included in this bibliography because it is impos- 
sible to say at present whether it is a miscellany or an edition of Wyat's 
poems. For descriptions and discussions of the contents see letters by 
Professor R. H. Griffith and Professor Robert Adger Law in The Times 
Literary Supplement, July 5, 1928, Dec. 25, 1929, and Sept. 4, 1930. 

Sonnets and Histories, | to sundrie new tunes. 
8. i leaf (D 2). Text, 2 pp. 

The text is in black letter. 

This is the only remaining fragment of an early edition of A Handful of 
Pleasant Delights, preserved in the Bagford ballad collection (B.M. 643. m. 9. 
(83)). The title given above is taken from the running-head of this single 

leaf, which corresponds to the running-head of the 1584 edition. The title 
used on the title-page is unknown. For the evidence as to the date, and for 
a discussion as to possibility of other editions preceding the 1584 edition, 
see the introduction to A Handful of Pleasant Delights, ed, Hyder E. Rollins, 
Cambridge, Mass., 1924. 
B.M. Harv. (photostatic reproduction of B.M. fragment). 

A Handcf ull I of pleasant delites, I Containing sundrie new Sonets | 7 (b) 
ani aekctalne |?wftories[ t in | diucrs kindes of Mecter. | Newly 1584 
deuiscd to the newest tunes | tfjat it ttoftj in fa0e, t0 be gftmjj: | 

cucrie Sonet orderly pointed | to his proper Tune* j 9fllit| Efto 

aaaitiontf of ctrtain sonjsf, | to verie late demised Notes, not 

commonly knowcn, nor | vsed heretofore, | 2Bj Clement Robinson, 

and diners others, | <f AT LONDON j Printed by Richard Ihones: 

dwel-|ling at the signe of the Rose j and Crowne, neare | Holburne 

Bridge j 1584, 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border, 

8. A~D*, E 4 . Title, i p. ; printer's preface, i p, ; text, 70 pp. 

I.) 3 and I) 4 are unsigmttL Leaf B 6 is wanting in the only known copy. 

The text is in black letter, 

ii.M. Harv. (phoitmtatic reprcxlucti<'>n of H.M. copy). 

^*^ Tlie lx>k has bwn retprintcjd by Thonuin Park (/Itilicornia, vol. ii 18x5)^ 

Jaintts Cmmli^y (for the Sjntnmtr Socit^ty, Matnchcst^r, 1871), Edward Arber 

(TJw Xchntttv'n Librtury, No. 3, 1878 and 1880), llyder E. Rollins 

(Caiiititlgi% ManH, 19^4), iintl Arnolil 

13 



THE PARADYSE | of daynty demises, \ aptty ftltmjsfljrtl, to iff) 
1576 jSuntJtg pitljie ants it arneto inutntwnjsf: | deuised and written for the 
most part, by M. Edwards, \ sometimes of her Maiesties Chappel: the 
rest, by \ sundry learned Gentlemen, both of honor, \ and woorshippe. 
fcij, ( S. Barnardc. I E. 0, | L. Vaux. ( D. S. | lasper Hcywood. 
F. K. | M. Bevve. ( R. Hill. | M. Yloop, with others. [ [device, 
McKerrow 172] | IMPRINTED AT LON-|<fow by Henry Disk, 
dwellyng in \ |aifle0 Clitttf^atti, at tlje feoutf) toe0t tooore | o/ 
Saiwif Paules Church, and are there \ to be soldc. \ 1576. 
The names of the first eight authors arc in two columns. 
Colophon: ]f Imprinted at London by Henry Dixie, tlwcllyng at the \ Southwest 
doore of S. Panics Chitrche. \ 1*576. 

4. A, A-IA Title, r p.; ornament, i p.; dedication, to Henry, Lord 
Compton, signed H[enry| D[isle], 2 pp.; text, 4 pp., 1-29, 31* 32, 32, 
27-29, 26, 31-33, 30, 41-50, 45, 52-88, 

E 4 and the third leaf of every gathering except 1 A are signed, 
The text is in black letter. 

The editor of the miscellany was Richard Edwards, the *M Kd wards 1 of 
the title-page. 

This is the edition designated as * A* by Rollins*. 

The Huntington Libraryf, The Herpont Morgan Library* A photostatic 
reproduction of the Huntington copy in in the possession of ProfeHHor 
Hyder E* Rollins, of Harvard* 

8 (b) THE PARADYSE \ of daynty deuises. \ Conttyning sundry pithy 
precepts, learned j Coim0?l& aufi tccclCcnt "munitiontf. njflft 
pleasant | Hit& profitable for all fjoftatW, | Demised and written for 
the most part t by M. Edwardes, \ sometimes of her &l(iw$tit*$(*happe!l: 

the rest, ] by sundry learned Gttatlcmon, both cif hcinor, ( unl wor- 
ship, whose names hore*!aftor folowe, | (/*) | fclrvin% McKrrow 
172] | ^Jmprinted at London, by Henry Disk, \ btoftllllff III 

C|uiTli?arti, 0r t|r feoutfjtocer | SOOIT of Ptinfr0 Cijtirrl* 

anft arr j r!jrre to far 00l&t* 1 1578, 

4". A-L 4 , M 2 . Titk*. r p, ; w<xttl-mt anci list of authors, t JK ; (if^itvatum, to 

Lord Compton, signed l![Vnry| Dli^lir), i p.; t**xt, ;| pp M full, i -jt$ t ;ti 8 ja 

3 C * 33* 34* 5 f 5- 43 -.W *** x t atul riik^ihoii, InL 5*^, 

Every leaf, except A ^ II 4, I 4 and L 4, Is sigl Fol 4 IM iutouin>H*rnt S* 

The text is in Mack tetter* 

Colophon; 157^* 

This Is Rolling's edition *!l* 

14 



B.M. (lacks leaves D 2, D 3, H 2, H 3, M i andM 2) ; Bodl. (lacks leaves K 3 
and K 4) . Harv. (photostatic reproduction of Bodleian copy, with gaps 
supplied from B.M. copy). 

THE PARADYSE \ ofdaintie Denises. \ Contayning sundriepithie 8 (c) 
preceptes, learned \ Counsels, and excellent Inuentions: right 1580 
pleasaunt | and profitable for all estates. \ Deuised and written for 
the most part, by M. Edwards, sometimes | of her Maiesties Chap- 
pell; the rest by sundrye lv&i-\ned Gentlemen, both of Honour, and 
Wor~\ship t whose names hereafter \ followe. \ [device, McKerrow 172] | 
Imprinted at London, "by Henrye Dizle, \ dwelling in Pater noster 
rowe, and are to be solde at | Iji0 feljoppt, in CeiiinonjS lane, Mate 
tlje great | IJotti) SDort of fe>* paulejs | Cljtttctu | 1580. 

Colophon: Finis. 1580. 

4. A-M 4 . Title, i p. ; ornament, and list of authors, i p. ; dedication, to 
Lord Compton, signed H[enry] D[isle], i p, ; text, 3 pp., fols. 1-37, 35, 35, 
37 37 49 40> 5 1 * 5 1 1 blank, fol. 2 5i v . 

Every leaf, except A 2, H 4, I 4, K 4, L 4, M 3 and M 4 is signed. The 
following folios arc misnumborcd, 18 (15), 20 ('7), 30 (27), and 32 (29), 
The text is in black letter. 
This is Rollins's edition 'C', 

Library of Sir R. L, Harmsworth, Londonf , Ilarv. (photostatic reproduc- 
tion of Harmsworth copy). 

THE \ PARADISE | OF DAINTIE DEVISES. | Cantainyng sun- 8 (d) 

drie piihie preccptes, learned I Coimsailcs and excellent Inuentions; 1585 
right | pleasant and profitable for al estates. \ Deuisad and written 
for the most partc, by ML EDWAKDKS, | sometime of her Maiesties 
Chappell; the rest by sun-jdry learned Gentlemen, both of Honor 
and I Worship, whose names here-| after followe, | [ornament] I AT 
LONDON, j Printed by Robert Walde-graue, for Ed-\wiml White, 
dwelling neere tlie little North-doore | of Paules Church, at ike 
of the Gun. | Anno. 1585, 

4 f >. A'M 4 Title, i p. ; list of authors, r p. ; dedication, to Lord Compton, 
signed Ii[nry| Dfisic], i p.; text, 93 pp. 

'Every leaf h Klgiwd except A t, A 2, U 4 and C 4. G 4 is minprintod 4: on 
Ifjivos A 4, 1) 4 li 2 H 4, 1 2-1 4, K a-K 4, L 2L 4, M 2 and M 3, the letter 
of the xlgiKitiirt? is omitted. 
Ilia ttoct is in black letter* 
This Is Rollins';* edition 'I)'. 

Tlim HuntinKton Library f* Harv. (plioiostatlc reptoiluction of the? Hunt* 
copy). 

15 



(e) [The Paradise of Dainty Devices.] 

I 59 40. A-K 4 . 2 pp. missing; dedication, to Lord Compton, signed H[cnry] 
D[isle], i p. ; text, 77 pp. 

The only known copy of this edition is incomplete, lacking the first leaf and 

all after gathering K. Edmund Maicme, a former owner of the* hook, sup- 

plied a MS. title-page, modelled after that of the 1600 edition, dating it, 

however, 1580. Many of the leaves are closely shaved: it is not possible to 

tell whether leaves B 4, Fj, G 4, H 3, H 4, i 4, K 3 and I\4 were signed. 

All the remaining leaves except A f 2 f 3, C 4, 1) 4 and K 4 are signed : C 2 V is 

signed 3, 

The text is in black letter. 

This is Rolling's edition *E f . He gives it the conjectural date 1590. 

Bodl. Harv. (photostatic reproduction of Bodleian copy). 

8 (f) THE | PARADICE | of Dainty Denises. \ Containing sundry pithic 
1596 precepts, learned \ Gounsailos and excellent Inuontions: right | 
pleasant and profitable for all estates | Deuisecl artel written for the 
most partc by | M. Edwardes, sometime of her Maiesties Chupprll : 
the rest by | sundry learned Gentleman both of Honor and | Wor- 
ship, whose names hecr-jaft^r followe. I Whoreunto is addcxl sundry 
new Inuenti~|ons, very pleasant ana delightfull, ( {'device, Me* 
Kcrrow 290] | AT LONDON ( Printed by Edward for 

Edmmrd White \ dwelling at the little North doore of Saint Paules j 
Church, at the signc of the Gunne, | Anno, 1596. 

Colophon; AT LONDON. | Printed by 1C, A. for Ktlwanle | White,, dwelling 
at the little North | doore of Paulcs C'hurch, at the | Signi k of tht* ( Juntu*. ( 

Anno. 1596, 

4^* 4 leavoH, B-L 4 * Title, i p. ; list of authors, r p. ; U'xt, 84 pp. ; text and 
colophon, i p, ; i p. blank, 

The third leaf of every gathering <*xcopt B and 1C Is MtgittnL I) 2 m na- 
printcd 1) 3, 

The text is In black letter. 



This is KoilinK's edifimi ' F\ and also hin edit urn *<i\ whi*h i 1 ; un itnperfert 
copy of ' F\ fxiiibiting such nuiinr vanati!m UN ;tr* eotnuum between t:piew 

of the same edition in KltzattHhuri printing, 

B.M. The Hiintington Library. Hurv. (phntorHtiUie rrpnidtplinii *if thu 

II M. copy)* 



8 (g) ^ THIS | PARADICK j nf /)ftimx j C<wtovnwg 

(,,V)u;2jsity!ts and cxct'lleiU intu*!iticmH: ri^Iit pli^i- 
sant and | profitable for all | Dmiisrd and written for the 

if) 



most parte by | M. Edwards, sometime of her Maiesties Chappell: 
the rest by | sundry Gentlemen both of Honour and VVor-|ship, 
whose Names heerafter | f ollowe. | Whereunto is added sundry new 
inuentions, j very pleasant and delightfull. \ [ornament] | AT 
LONDON, | Printed for Edward White, and are to be | sold at his 
shop at the little North doore j of Paules Church, at the signe of | 
the Gunne, 

Colophon: AT LONDON, | Printed for Edward White, dwelling at the | 
little North doore of Paules Church, at the signe | of the Gunne. | 1600. 
4, A-IA Title, i p. ; list of authors, i p. ; text, 85 pp. ; i p. blank. 
The third leaf of every gathering except B and E is signed. 
The text is in black letter. 
This is Rollins 's edition MI'. 

The Huntington Library f.Harv. (photostatic reproduction of the Hunting- 
ton copy). 

THE | PARADISE j of Daintie Deuises. \ Contayning many pithy 8 (h) 

precepts, learned C0tw|sailes aud excellent inuentions; right plea- 1606 
sant and | profitable for al estates, | Dcuised ancl written for the 
most parte by | M. Edwardes sdetime of her Maiesties Chappell; 

the rest by | sundry Gentlemen both of Honour and Wor-|ship 
whose Names hereafter | followe. | Whereunto is added sundry new 
inuentions I very pleasant and delightfulL \ [device, McKerrow 282] I 
AT LONDON, \ Printed for ED WARD VVHITE dwelling at the 

little North doore of Panics | Church at the signe of the Gun, \ x6o6 

The lower margin of the title-page of the only known copy is shaved, and 
it is impossible to tell whether there was a period after the elate in the 
imprint. 

4. A-L 4 . Title, i p. ; list of authors, i p. ; text, 85 pp. ; i p. blank. 
The third leaf of every gathering except B and H is signed: H 3 may have 
had a signature, but, if o, it is cut off in the only known copy. 
The text is in black letter. 
This is Roiiins'g edition T. 

The Huntington Library f. Harv. (photostatic reproduction of the Hun- 
tington copy). 

*** The Paradise of Dainty Devices has been reprinted by Sir Samuel Kgerton 
Brytige (18x0, independently and a a part of the Itritish lUMiogmpkef, 
and 1812), John Payne Collier (Sewn English rwtifial Miscellanies, vol. ii, 
i id 7} , and Hyder K. Rollins (Cambridge, M*LH&<, 1927). The last edition 
includes photographic facsimiles of the title-pageti of all the early editions 
(except, of course, edition * K*}. 

17 I) 



9 A gorgious Gallery, | of gallant Jnuentions. \ Garnished and decked 
1578 with | diuers dayntie deuises, right \ fceltcate anti tJ^Iifftjtftlll, t0 

recreate eche modest minde J toitfjall | First framed andfashioned 
in | gtmtirie formed b% fritter^ to0rtl)p 1 workemen of late dayes: 
and now, | Wjneti tOgTtfjet an& | bUil&eti tip: | By T. P. | f Im- 
printed at London, | for Richard Tones. \ 1578. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. A-P 4 . Title, verso blank; commendatory verse, 2 pp.; text, 116 pp. 
The third leaf of every gathering, except C, E, F and I, is signed, as are C 4, 
1 4, N 4 and P 4 : G 3 and K 3 are misprinted F 3 and L 3 : G 2 is unsigned. 
The text is in black letter. 

The 'T.P.* of the title-page was Thomas Proctor. Owen Roydon and R. 
Williams may also have had a part in editing the collection: see the edition 
of Hyder E. Rollins, pp. xiv, xix-xxi. 

Bodl. (N3 in facsimile). Harv. (photostatic reproduction of Bodleian copy) . 
The book has been reprinted by Thomas Park (Heliconia, vol. i, 1815), 
Sir Henry Ellis (for the Roxburghe Club, 1845), John Payne Collier (Seven 
English Poetical Miscellanies, vol. iii, 1867), and Hyder E. Rollins (Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1926), 

10 SENECA | HIS TENNE :HM-]GEDIES, TRANSLATED 
1581 INTO | Englysh. | [ornament] | Mercurij nutrices, hor&. \ IM- 
PRINTED | AT LONDON IN \ Fleetstreete mere vnto \ &>aintte 
2Dtmgttan0 | church by Tho=|mas Marsh. | 1581 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

Colophon: IMPRINTED | AT LONDON IN FLETSTREATE \ Neare 

vnto Sainct Dunstons church \ by Thomas Marshe. | 1581. 

40 in eights. A 4 , B-Ee 8 , Ff 3 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; dedication, to 

Sir Thomas Heneage, signed Thomas Newton, 3 pp. ; table of contents and 

list of translators, i p.; text, fols. 1-65, 64-217^ The colophon is at the 

foot of the last page of the text. 

A 3 and Ff 3 are signed : L, 4 and Ee 4 are misprinted K 4 and E 4. Fols. 85 

and 123 are misnumbered 81 and 124. 

The text is in black letter. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

The book has been reprinted by the Spenser Society (Manchester, 1887), 

and in the Tudor Translations, second series (1927). 

11 A BOOKE | Of Epitaphes | made vpon the death of I the Right war- 
? 1584 shipfull Sir | WILLIAM BVTTES | Knight: | Who deceased the 

third | day of September, | Anno 1583. | [ornament] | Imprinted at 
London by j Henrie Midleton. 

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8. A-C 8 , B 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Thomas Buttes, signed 

Robertas 'DaJlingtonus, 4 pp.; text, 50 pp. 

A 5, B 5, C 5, D 3 and D 4 are signed. 

Trie volume contains verse in Latin and English. 

B.M. 

VERSES I Of Prayse and loye, | Written ] upon &tt %m&tlZ0 Jltt* 12 

^rtiation, I fljEJmtmto igf annmti Tychbomes lamentation, 1586 

toritten in the <Zpto toiti) Iji0 \ otone &artt>, arm an an<stoere | to 

t&mmt* | [ornament] | LONDON | ftinttft 6g 3(o|n Qai0ie. [ 

1586. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. A 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 5 pp. ; i p. blank. 

The text is partly in black letter. 

B.M. 

ACADEMIAE | CANTABRIGIENSIS | LACHRYMM I 13 

TVMVLO ! Nobilissimi Equitis, D. PUlippi \ Sidneij Sacrate j 158? 

PER I Alexandrum Nevillum. | Esai. 40. j Omnis caw fanum, <S- 

omnis gloria \ eius quasi flosfani. \ Psal. 112. | Jnmemoria(autem} 

sempiterna \ erit iustus. \ LONDINI \ E% offidna loanms Wmdet 

TypograpM. \ Anno salutis humanae, CI. 010. Ixxxvij, | Febr. xoj. 

Colophon: LONDINI, \ Excudebat Johannes Wmdet, im-\pensis Thoma 

Chardi. \ 1587. 

40 2 leaves, b~h 2 , 2 leaves, k, I 2 , A-I 4 , K 2 , L+, M 2 . Title, i p. ; verses to the 

University i p.; address to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, signed 

Alexander 'Nevillus, 31 pp.; i p. blank; cancel title, i p.; verses to the 

University, as before, i p.; text, 8 pp., 1-86; text and colophon, i p.; 

i p. blank. 

Every leaf is signed except d 2, B 4, E> 4, ^ 4, F 4, G 4, H 4, I 4, L 4, M 2 

and the four unsigned leaves indicated in the collation. The following pages 

are misnumbered: 58 (85), 66 (70), 67 (71), 70 (66) and 71 (67). 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and English. 

Bodl., Harv. 

ACADEMIAE | . , . | . . . Windet impensis \ Thomse Chardi. Anno 13 (b) 
salutis humanae, | CIO. 10. Ixxxvij. Febr. xvj. 1587 

The title follows that of the first issue, with the differences indicated. 
In this issue the cancel indicated in the collation above has been substi- 
tuted for the original title-page, and there is but one leaf between h 2 and k i . 
B.M. (lacks gathering M). 

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13 (c) ACADEMIAE | . . . 

X 5&7 The title foUows that of the second issue. 

In this issue the corrected title-page is printed as part of the first gathering : 
the second of the two leaves between h 2 and k i is blank. 
B.M., Bodl, Harv. (lacks title-page). 

U EXEQVLE I ILLVSTRISSIMI I EQVITIS, D. PHILIP-lPI 
1587 SIDNAEI, GRATISSI-IMAE MEMORIAE AC T$O~\MINI IM- 

PENSM. | [ornament] | Paulum sepulttz distat inertia Ccelata 
virtus. | OXONII, Ex officina Typographica IOSEPHI | BAR- 
NESII, Anno Domini 1587. 

4. *, A-L 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Earl of Leicester, signed 

Guilielmus Gagerus, 4 pp. ; i p. blank; text, 89 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering except E is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Italian. 

Madan 87. 

B.M., Bodl. 

15 PEPLVS. | ILLVSTRISSIMI | VIRI D. PHILIPPI I SIDNAEI 
1587 SVPRE-IMIS HONORIBVS | DICATVS. I [ornament] I [2 lines of 

Greek verse] | | DIGNUM LAUDE UIRUM \ MUSA UETAT 
MORI. | OXONII, | Excudebat losephus Barnesius, Anno I salutis 
humanse 1587. 

4. A-G 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2] ; dedication, to Herbert, Earl of Pem- 
broke, signed loannes Luidus [Lhuyd], and address to readers, pp. [3, 4] 
text, pp. [5]-53 ; text and errata, p. 54 ; 2 pp. blank. 
Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing the title. 
The third leaf of every gathering is signed. The numbers of pp. 22 and 23 
are transposed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek by members of New College. 

Madan 88. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. (lacks frontispiece : bled in margins) . 

16 Syr P. S. | His Astrophel and Stella. \ Wherein the excellence of 



1591 sweete 
sundry 



Poesie is concluded | (\*) \ To the end of which are added, 
other rare Sonnets of diuers Noble \ men and Gentlemen. 



(*) I [ornament] | At London, | Printed for Thomas Newman^ 
Anno. Domini. 1391. 

4. A-L 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Frauncis Flower, Esquire, 

20 * 



signed Tho. Newman, 2 pp. ; preface, signed Tho. Nashe, 4 pp. ; text, 

pp. 1-80. 

A 4 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. 

B.M. 

Syr. P. S. | His Astrophel and Stella. | . . . | Poesie is concluded. | 16 (b) 
(v) | . . . | . . . Gentlemen. \ (*#*) ( [device, McKerrow 167] | At 1591 
London \ Printed for Matthew Lownes. 

4. A-K 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 78 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

A. W. Pollard, in his edition of Astrophel and Stella (1888), pp. xxxiv, 

xxxv, states that this edition also was published in 1591. 

Bodl.f, The Huntington Library f. 

OXONIENSIVM I are>ay/z<k | Siue, carmina ab Oxoniensibus con- 17 

scripta, in obi-\tum illustrissimi Herois, D. Christophori \ Hattoni 1592 
Militis, summi totius Anglitz, nee \ non Academic 0%oniensis 
Cancelarii. \ [ornament] | OXONII. | Ex officina Typographica 
IOSEPHI BARNESII, | Anno Domine. 1592. 

4. A-C 4 . Title, i p. ; dedication, in verse, to Lord Buckhurst, signed 

Johannes Dove, i p. ; text, 20 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 

Every leaf is signed, with the exception of C 4. 

The book contains verse in Latin only. 

Madan 125. 

Lambeth Library f. 

THE j PHOENIX | NEST. ] Built vp with the most rare j and 18 

refined workes of Noble | men, woorthy Knights, gallant \ Gentlemen, 1593 
Masters of \ Arts, and braue \ Schollers. \ Full of varietie, excellent 
inuen-jtion, and singular | delight. | Neuer before this time pub- 
lished. | Set foorth by R. S. of | the Inner Temple | Gentleman. \ 
Imprinted at London, by | lohn lackson. | 1593 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. A-O 4 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, i p. ; preface, i p. ; text, 

4 pp., 1-102 ; 2 pp. blank. 

The editor has been conjecturally identified as Richard Stapylton, Richard 

Stanyhnrst, and Robert Sackville. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

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The collection was reprinted by Thomas Park (Heliconia, vol. ii), 1815; 
J. P. Collier (Seven English Poetical Miscellanies, vol. iv), 1867; and F. 
Etchells and Hugh Macdonald (Haslewood Reprints), 1926. 

19 FVNEBRIA | NOBILISSIMI AC | PRJESTANTISSIMI | EQVI- 

1596 TIS, | D. HENRICI VNTONI, | AD GALLOS BIS LEGATI \ 
Regij, ibiq; nuper fato functi, | CHARISSIM^E MEMORISE, | ac 
desiderio, & Musis Oxoniensitwus Appamta. \ [ornament] 
OXONIM, \ | Excudebat IOSEPHVS BARNESIVS. 
Anno Dom. 1596. | 

4. Tf, A-G 4 , H 2 . Title, verso blank; prefatory verse, i p. ; i p. blank; 
text, 64 pp. 

H 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. The pages of the 
inner forme of gathering B were wrongly imposed, so that the text of B 4 
appears on B 2 arfd the text of B 2 (including the signature) appears on 
B 4. The mistake was corrected in the second issue. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Italian. 

Madan 159*. 

Bodl. 

19 (b) FVNEBRIA |... 

X 59 40. ^ A-G 4 , H 2 . Title, i p. ; prefatory verse, i p. ; preface, signed Robertus 
Wright, 2 pp. ; text, 64 pp. 
H 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. If 2 is misprinted ^f. 

This is the second issue of the preceding book. Its contents differ only in 

the addition of the preface. 

Madan 159. 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef . 

20 CERTAINE | WORTHYE MANV-\ script Poems of great Anti- 

1 597 qufrie Re-|sm^ long in the Studie of a \ Northfolke Gentle-|man. | 
And now first published | By J. S. \ [three titles] | [device, Mc- 
Kerrow 260] | Imprinted at London for R, D. | 1597. 

80. i leaf, B-E 8 , F 7 . Title, i p, ; dedication, to Ed. Spenser, i p. ; text, 
76 pp.; 2 pp. blank. 

The device indicates that the printer was Robert Dexter. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

The collection was reprinted by J. Ballantyne, Edinburgh, 1812. 

22 



Belvedere \ OR ] THE GARDEN OF | THE MVSES. | [2 lines of 21 

Latin verse] | [device, McKerrow 328] | Imprinted at London by 1600 
F. K. for Hugh Astley, dwelling at | Saint Magnus corner. 1600. 

8. A 8 , 2 leaves, B-R 8 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; preface, 7 pp.; 

wood-cut, i p.; preliminary verse, 7 pp.; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-236; 

index, 19 pp.; i p. blank. 

N 3 and Q 3 are unsigned. 

This collection is generally attributed to John Bodenham, but see the 

article on Bodenham (by A. H. Bullen) in the Dictionary of National 

Biography. 

The device indicates that the printer was Felix Kingston. 

B.M. (title-page and leaf A 6 in facsimile), Bodl. (title-page mutilated: 

lacks leaves A 3 A 6, B 7, R 7, and R 8), Yale (lacks title-page and leaves 

A 3 A 6), Harv. (lacks leaves A i and A 3 A 6). 

It is possible that two issues of this book should be distinguished, the first 

having A 8 but lacking the two unsigned leaves, the second having the two 

unsigned leaves substituted for A 3~A 6. 

THE j GARDEN ] OF THE | Muses. \ [2 lines of Latin verse] | 21 (b) 
[ornament] j J Printed at London by E. A. for lohn Tap, and 1610 
are j to be sold at his shop at Saint Magnus | corner. 1610. 

8. A 4 , B-Q 8 , R 6 . Title, verso blank; dedications, to the Universities, 
2pp.; commendatory verse, 4 pp.; text, pp. 1191, 182220, 2pp.; index, 
19 pp. ; i p. blank. 
A 3 is misprinted A2: A2, 64, Q4 and R 3 are unsigned: in some copies 

2 is misprinted O 3. Pp. 192, 206 and 219 are misnumbered 179, 106 and 
220: pp. 25, 215 and 216 are unnumbered. 

This is a new edition of Bel-vedere. 
B.M. (title-page mutilated), Bodl. 
Jk * s|e The collection was reprinted by the Spenser Society, Manchester, 1875. 

ENGLANDS \ HELICON. | [ 4 lines of Latin verse] | | [device, 22 

McKerrow ii2#] | | AT LONDON | Printed by I. R. for lohn 1600 
Flasket, and are | to be sold in Paules Church-yard, at the signe | 
of the Beare. 1600. 

4. A 2-A 4, B- Bb 4 . Title, i p. ; "wood-cut, i p. ; commendatory verse, 

1 p. ; dedication, to Nicholas Wanton and George Faucet, signed A. B., 
i p. ; preface, signed L. N., 2 pp. ; text, 192 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. Cancels (small slips pasted over 
the names of the attributed authors of poems) appear on leaves H i, L 3, 
O 4 and P i, substituting N. Breton for S. Phil. Sidney, and Ignoto for 
S. W. R., M. F. G. and M. F. G. There are remains of a cancel over the 

23 



signature S. W. R. on leaf N 4 : the cancel read ' Ignoto', according to a note 

in the Malone copy in the Bodleian. 

For John Bodenham's connexion with the book see A. H. Bullen's article 

on Bodenham in the Dictionary of National Biography. 

In the preface to his reprint of the collection A. H. Bullen suggests that 

L. N. was Nicholas Ling. 

B.M. (last leaf in facsimile), Bodl., The Rosenbach Company, New York 

and Philadelphia. 

22 (b) ENGLANDS \ HELICON. | OR \ THE MVSES j HARMONY. 
1614 | [2 lines of English verse] | | [ornament] | | LONDON: 

Printed for RICHARD MORE, and are to | be sould at his Shop 
in S. Dunstanes | Church-yard. 1614. 

8. 4 leaves, B-Q 8 , R 3 . Title, verso blank; dedication (in verse), to Lady 

Elizabeth Carie, signed Richard More, i p. ; table of contents, 5 pp. ; text, 

245 pp. ; i p. blank. 

B.M., The Rosenbach Company, New York and Philadelphia. 

*** The collection was reprinted by S. E. Brydges and Joseph Haslewood, 

1812; by S. E. Brydges (in the British Bibliographer, vol. iii), 1814; by 

J. P. Collier (Seven English Poetical Miscellanies, vol. v), 1867; by A. H. 

Bullen, 1877 and 1899 ; and by F. Etchells and Hugh Macdonald, 1925. 

23 ENGLANDS | Parnassus: \ OR | The choysest Flowers of our 
1600 Moderne | Poets, with their Poeticall comparisons. \ Descriptions of 

Bewties, Personages, Castles, | Pallaces, Mountaines, Groues, 
Seas, | Springs, Riuers, &c. ] Whereunto are annexed other various 
discourses, \ both pleasaunt and profitable. \ [ornament] | Imprinted 
at London for N. L. C. B. | and T. H. 1600. 

8. i leaf, A 4-A 8, B-Kk 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, 
to Sir Thomas Mounson, signed Rfobert] A[llott], i p. ; i p. blank ; preface, 
signed R[obert] A[llott], i p. ; i p. blank ; index and errata, 6 pp. ; text, 
pp. [i]-494 P- e., 5 IQ ]; 2 pp. blank. 

C 3, G 4, I 4, M 4, N 4, O 4, Q 3, R 3, S 4, Aa 4, Bb 4, Cc 4, Dd 4, Ee 4 and 
Ff 4 are unsigned : C 5 is signed. The following pages are misnumbered : 
23 (21), 130 (132), 131 (133), 169 (179), 245 (254), 381 (181), 481 (465), 484 
(468) and 510 (494) : in some copies also 105 (109), 233 (223) and 237 (236). 
B.M., Bodl., Emmanuel College, Cambridge; Yale. 

23 (b) ENGLANDS | Parnassus: \... 

1600 The title follows that of the issue first described. 

The collation follows that of the issue first described, with the following 
exceptions : 

24 



After Kk 7 is another leaf, unsigned, apparently pasted to Kk 7 : it has a 
blank recto, and on the verso a poem which, from its content, seems to 
belong at the beginning rather than at the end of the book. The errors in 
pagination are the same as in the issue first described, except that pp. 105, 
233 and 237 are correctly numbered. 
Harv. 

ENGLANDS | Parnassus: | . . . j . . . and Th. Hayes. 1600. 23 (c) 

The title-page follows that of the issue first described, with the difference 1600 

indicated. 

The collation follows that of the issue first described, with the following 

exceptions : 

The dedication to Sir Thomas Mounson is signed Robert AJlott. The errors 

in pagination are as follows: pp. 130 (132), 131 (133), 169 (179), 233 (223), 

237 (236), 245 (254), 381 (181), 481 (465), 484 (468) and 510 (494). 

The Rosenbach Company, New York and Philadelphia. 

ENGLANDS j Parnassus: | . . . | . . . and T. H. 1600. 23 (d) 

The title-page follows that of the issue first described. 1600 

The collation follows that of the issue first described, with the following 

exceptions: 

Leaf A 4 is replaced by an unsigned cancel, bearing a new dedication, in 

verse, to lohn Gibson, signed Robert Allot: the verso is blank. The errors 

in pagination are the same as in the issue first described, except that p. 105 

is misnumbered 109, and pp. 233 and 237 are correctly numbered. 

Harv. 

*** The collection was reprinted by T. Park (in Heliconia> vol. iii), 1815 ; 

by J. P. Collier (Seven English Poetical Miscellanies, vol. vi), 1867; and by 

Charles Crawford, Oxford, 1913. 

A | POETICAL RAPSODY | Containing, \ Diuerse Sonnets, Odes, 24 

Elegies, Madrigalls, \ and other Poesies, both in Rime, and \ Measured 1602 
Verse. \ Neuer yet published. | [2 lines of English verse] | [orna- 
ment] | Printed at London by V. $. for lohn Baily, and \ are to be solde 
at his Shoppe in Chancerie lane, \ neere to the Office of the six 
Clarkes. \ 1602. 

120. 4 leaves, B-K 12 , IA 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; dedication, to the 
Earl of Pembroke, in verse, signed Fra. Davison, i p. ; preface, signed Fra. 
Davison, 3 pp. ; text, 230 pp. ; ^ pp. blank. 
L i has the additional signature L 2 on the verso. 

Bodl. (lacks first leaf, E i, E 12, F i, F 12, G 5-G 8, and L 8), The Rosea- 
bach Company, New York and Philadelphia f (third leaf slightly torn). 

25 E 



24 (b) A | POETICALL | RAPSODIE, | Containing: j Diuerse Sonnets, 
1608 Odes, Elegies, | Madrigals, Epigrams, Pastorals, \ Eglogues, with 
other Poems, | loth in Rime and Mea-\sured Verse, \ For Varietie 
and Pleasure, the like | neuer yet published. | [2 lines of English 
verse] | [ornament] | LONDON, \ Printed by Nicholas Okes for 
Roger lackson dwel-|ling in Fleetstreet neere the great | Conduit. 
1608. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

12. A 8 , A 1 , B-K 12 , L 2 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, in verse, to the Earl of 
Pembroke, signed Fra. Davison, i p.; j p, blank; preface, signed Fra. 
Davison, 3 pp.; index, n pp.; text, pp. 1-189, 3 PP-, 191-218. 
A 5 and, in some copies, I 5 are unsigned; 2 A i is signed A 5 : L 2 is signed: 
G 3 is misprinted 3. Pp. 2 and 42 are unnumbered : p. 163 is misnumbered 
631. 
Harv. (lacks leaf 2 A i : leaf B 9 is in facsimile), The Huntington Library f. 

24 (c) A | POETICAL | RAPSODIE, | Containing: | Diuerse Sonnets, 
1611 Odes, Elegies, \ Madrigals, Epigrams, Pastorals, | Eglogues, with 
other poems, | loth in Rime and measu-\red verse. \ For varietie and 
pleasure, the like j neuer yet published. | [2 lines of English verse] 
Newly corrected and augmented. | [ornament] | LONDON, 
Printed by William Stansly for Roger \ lackson dwelling in 
Fleetstreet neere the | great Conduit. 1611. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

12. A 4 , B-I 12 , K 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to the Earl of 
Pembroke, signed Fra. Davison, i p.; i p. blank; table of contents, 4 pp 
text, pp. 1-71, 74-167, 178-211 ; i p. blank. 

C 2 is unsigned: H 3 is misprinted A3. Pp. 68 and 69 are misnumbered 70 
and 71 : pp. 83, 92 and 96 are numbered in the wrong corner. 
B.M. 

24 (d) A | POETICAL | RAPSODIE, | ... | ... 1611. 
l6ll The title follows that of the other issue of 1611. 

The coUation follows that of the other issue of 1611, with the following 
exceptions : 

The first gathering is A 8 : title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to the Earl 
of Pembroke, signed Fra. Davison, i p.; i p. blank; preface, signed Fra. 
Davison, 3 pp. ; index, 9 pp. There are additional errors in the pagination: 
p. 161 is misnumbered 16, and p. 207 is numbered in the wrong corner: in 
some copies p. 86 is misnumbered 6. 

Harv. (leaf I 3 in facsimile) (also a photostatic copy of the Huntington 
Library copy), The Huntington Library]-. 

26 



DAVISONS 1 POEMS, | OR, \ A PoeticaE Rapsodie. | | Deulded 24 (e) 

into sixe Bookes. | The first, contayning Poems and Deuises. \ The 1621 

second, Sonets and Canzonets. \ The third, Pastoralls and Elegies. 

The fourth, Madrigalls and Odes. \ The fift, Epigrams and Epitaphs. 

The sixt, Epistles, and Epithalamions. \ ( For variety anc 

pleasure, the like neuer | published. | [2 lines of English verse] 

The fourth Impression, | Newly corrected and augmented, anc 

put into | a forme more pleasing to the Reader. | LONDON, j 

Printed by B. A. for Roger lackson, 1621. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

8. A 2-A 8, B-S 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to the Earl of 

Pembroke, signed Fra. Davison, i p. ; preface, signed Fra. Davison, 2 pp. ; 

index, 8 pp. ; text and table of contents, i p. ; text, pp. 1-63, 62-77, 80-272. 

Pp. 1 60, 184, 210 and 223 are misnumbered 158, 154, 212 and 221. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

*%The collection was reprinted by S. E. Brydges, 1814-17 ; by N, H. Nicolas, 

1826; by J. P. Collier (Seven English Poetical Miscellanies, vol. vii), 1867; 

by A. H, Bullen, 1890-1; and by Hyder E, Rollins (Cambridge, Mass.), 1932. 

ACADEMIC OXONIENSIS | PIETAS \ ERGA j SERENISSI-j 25 
MVM ET POTEN-ITISSIMVM IACOBVM AN-J&LLB SCOTJM 1603 

FRANCIM | <* Hibernics Regem, fidei defenso=\rem, Beatissimca 



Elisabeths nu-\per Regince legitime & au- 
[ornament] | [device, McKerrow 336] 



spicatissime succedentem. \ 
OXONIM, I Excudebat 



losephus Barnesius, Aknae | Academice Typographies. 1603. 

4 in eights. * 2 , A-N 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication to the King, 2 pp.; 

text, pp. 1-207 ; i p. blank. 

P. 148 is misnumbered 149. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, French and Italian. 

Madan 229. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef. 

ACADEMIC OXONIENSIS | PIETAS \... 25 (b) 

This is a reissue of the book just described. It differs in having verses by 1603 

the printer on the last page, numbered 208, and in having, in some copies, 

a folding plate carrying a table of the genealogy of James I, inserted before 

leaf A i. In one copy in the Bodleian the poem by Ol. Lloyde on p. 24 has 

been cancelled by pasting over it a piece of paper containing another poem 

by the same author. 

Madan 230. 

B.M., BodL, Yale (lacks plate). 

27 



26 OXONIENSIS ACADEMIC j Funebre Officium | JN \ MEMO- 
1603 RIAM | HONORATISSIMAM | SERENISSIM^E ET BEATIS= 

SIMM ELISABETHS, NVPER | Anglica, Francice, & Hibemice 
Regince. \ [ornament] | QXONIM, \ Excudebat losephus Barne- 
sius, Almse j Academics Typographies. 1603. 

4. * a , A-Z 4 . Title, verso blank; address to the King (James I), signed 

[John Howson], vice-chancellor, 2 pp.; text, pp. 1-182; 2 pp. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Lathi, Greek, Hebrew, French and Italian. 

Madan 228. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef. 

27 Threno-thriambeuticon. j ACADEMIAE | CANTABRIGIENSIS | 
1603 ob damnum lucrosum, & m-\fcelicitatem fcdicissimam, \ luctuosus 

triumphus. | [ornament] | CANTABRIGIM, \ Ex officina IOHAN- 
NIS LEGAT, | 1603. 

4. If, A-I 4 , 2 leaves. Title, verso blank; dedication to the King (James I), 

signed Guilielnms Smyth, vice-chancellor, 3 pp. ; text, 3 pp., 1-73 ; 3 pp. 

blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering except If and B is signed. In some copies 

the pages of the inner forme of gathering A are transposed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and French. 

BJVU Bodi, Harv. 

The title-page of one of the copies in the British Museum is illuminated in 

gold and red: it is probably a presentation copy. 

28 ENCOMION | RODOLPHI VVARCOP-|PI ORNATISSIMI, 
1605 QVEM | habuit Anglia, Armigeri, qui commu=|ni totius patriae 

luctu extinctus est | Die lovis Kalend, Aug. 1605. | [3 lines of 
verse, from Horace] [ [ornament] | OXONIM, \ Apud losephum 
Barnesinm. 1605. 

4. A-~E 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to William Knollys, Baron de 
Graves, 2 pp. ; text, 34 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 
The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 
The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

Madan says that the editor was William Kingsmill, who signed the first 
poem. 

Madan 263. 
Bodl. 

28 



MVSA HOSPITALIS | ECCLESLE CHRIST! j OXON. \ Jn 29 

adventuni Fcelicissimwn Sereniss. IACOBI | Regis, ANNse Regina, 1605 
<- HENRICI Prin-\cipis ad eandem Ecdesiam. \ [ornament] j 
QXONIM, \ Apud losephnm Barnesium. 1605. 

4. A-F 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 45 pp. ; i p. blank. The first poem, an 

address to the King, is signed Joannes King, dean. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

Madan 262. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef . 

BEATJE MA-IRIAE MAGDALENAE | LACHRYBOB, IN 30 

OBITVM I NOBILISSIMI IWENIS GV-jLIELMI GREY, 1606 
Domini ARTHVRI | GREY Baronis de VVilton, awe \ Perisce- 
lidis Equitis Clarissimi, \ Filij natu minoris. \ [ornament] ] 
OXONIM, | Excudebat losephus Barnesius, 1606. 

4 o. A-F 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Lady Joanna-Sybil Grey, 

mother of William Grey, signed Rob. Barnes, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-26, 25-42. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. A 3 and C 2 are misprinted F 3 

and A 2. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Italian and Spanish. 

Madan 277. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef- 

[ornament] I THRENODIA | IN OBITVM D. | EDOVARDI 31 

LEWKENOR I Equitis, & D. SVSANNAE | Coniugis Chans- 1606 
simce. \ FVNERALL VERSES | Upon the death of the right Wor~ 
shififull Sir I EDWARD LEWKENOR Knight, j and Madame 
SVSAN his Lady. \ With | DEATHS APOLOGEE, | and a 
Reioynder to the same. \ PROV. 10. 8. | Memoria lusti benedicta. | 
[ornament] | LONDON | Printed by Arnold Hatfield for Samuel 
Macham \ and Matthew Cooke, and are to be solde | in Pauls 
Church-yard at the signe | of the Tigers head. | 1606 

40. A 2 , B-G 4 . Title, i p. ; arms of the Lewkenor family, i p. ; epitaph, 

i p. ; I p. blank; text, pp. 1-48. 

A 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and English. 

B.M., BodL 

29 



32 I [ornament] j MVS^ | HOSPITALES | WICCHAMIC^B | IN | 
1610 ADUENTUM \ JLLU -\stnssimi Principis FREDERICI~|VL- 

RICI Primogeniti \ HENRICI IVLII, | Serenissimi Duels Bransui- 

censis, j < Luneburgensis. \ Exhibitae Oxoniae in Collegio Nouo. j 

die 6. Mensis Maij. | ANNO DOM. 1610, ] [ornament] 

40. A-C 4 , D 3 . Title, verso blank; text, 27 pp. ; i p. blank. 

A 3, B 3 and C 3 are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

Madan 327. 

B.M. 

33 [ornament] | EIDYLLIA | IN OBITVM FVLGENTISSIMI | 
1612 HENRICI | Wallize Principis duodecimi, Romseq; mentis | Ter- 

roris maximi, | [4 lines of Latin verse] | [ornament] | OXONIM, \ 
Excudebat Josephus Barnesius. 1612. 

4. A-D 4 , E 2 . Title, verso blank; dedication to the memory of Prince 

Henry, i p. ; text, 33 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed: A 2 is unsigned. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Arabic, Chaldaic, Syriac and 

Turkish. 

Madan says that the editor was James Martin. 

Madan 342. 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef, Harv. 



34 [ornament] | EPICEDIVM 

1612 immaturum, semperq; deflen- 
cipis I WALLIAE, &c. | 



, CANTABRIGIENSE, | In oUtum 
dum, HENRICI, Illustrissimi Prin- 
[device, McKerrow 264] | | 



CANTABRIGIM, \ Ex of3&cina CANTRELLI LEGGE. | 1612. 

4. A-O 4 , P 2 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed V[alentine] C[ary], vice- 
chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-84, 83-100, 103-112. 

P 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. P. 89 is unnumbered: 
pp. 96 and 97 are misnumbered 97 and 96. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and French. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

34 (b) [ornament] | EPICEDIVM | CANTABRIGIENSE, | . . . 

1612 This is a reissue of the book just described, with the following differences in 
collation: 
A new gathering, *[f 2 , containing an address to the King (James I), signed 

30 



John Duporte, 2 pp., and text, 2 pp., is inserted between A 2 and AS: *[f 2 
is signed. The original gatherings N-P have been replaced by new gather- 
ings of the same length but with different contents. Beginning with N 2 V 
the text differs from that of the original issue, and from N 4 to the end the 
poems are in English. The new gatherings are paged as 91-110: N 3, O 3 
and P 2 are signed. In the British Museum copy noted below the gatherings 
of the earlier version have been preserved entire, and the new gatherings, 
from which leaves N i-N 3 have been removed, are appended. 
B.M., Cambridge University Library. 

IVSTA \ OXONJEN-\SIVM. \ \ 2. Reg. 3. 38. | Num ignomtis 35 

quoniam Princeps \ & Maximus cecidit hodie I in Israel? I I 1612 

LONDINI | IMPENSIS lohannis Bill. \ 1612. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. A, A-O 4 , P 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the deceased Prince of 

Wales (Henry), i p. ; preface, i p. ; text, 118 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed : *A 2 Is unsigned. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and French. 

Madan says that the editor was Samuel Fell. 

Madan 345. 

BodL, Yale. 

IVSTA | OXONJEN-\SIVM. | . . . 35 (b) 

This is a reissue of the book just described. *A 3 is signed ^f 3 : there are 1612 
textual alterations throughout the book. 
Madan 344. 
B.M., BodL, Harv. 

LVCTVS POSTHVMVS | SIVE | ERGA DEFVN-ICTVM ILLVS- 36 
TRIS-ISIMVM HENRICVM WAL-ILLE PRINCIPEM, COL-J 1612 

legij Beatse MARIse MAGDALENae | apud Oxonienses Mecae- 
natem | longe indulgentissimum, | Magdalenensium of-\ficiosa 
Pietas. | [2 lines of Latin verse] | [ornament] | OXONIM, \ Excude- 
bat Josephus Barnesius. 1612. 

4, A-I 4 . Title, i p. ; address to reader, i p. ; text, pp. [i]~62, 7 pp. ; i p. 

blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. A 2 is unsigned. In some copies 

E 3 is misprinted F 3. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, French and Spanish. 

Madan says that the editor was probably Edward Lapworth. 

Madan 343. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

31 



37 [ornament] | BODLEIO-jMNEMA. | [ornament] | OXONIM, \ 
1613 Excudebat losephus Barnesius. 1613. 

4. 2 leaves, A-N 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the memory of Bod- 
ley, by Merton College, i p. ; text, i p. [i]-84, 18 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 
The third leaf of every gathering except C is signed. 
The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 
Madan 374. 
B.M., BodL, Yalef, Harv. 

38 [ornament] I EPITHALAMIA. | SIVE | LVSVS PALA-[TINI IN 
1613 NVPTIAS CELSISSI-IMI PRINCIPIS DOMINI FRIDE-|RICI 

COMITIS PALATINI AD I RHENVM, &c. ET SERENISSIA 
M^ ELISABETHS IACOBI | POTENTESSIMI BRI-\TAN- 
NIM REGIS | FIUM PRIMO~\GENITM. \ [ornament] | 
OXONIM, | Excudebat Josephus Barnesius, & Londini vsene-|unt 
apud Johannem Barnesium prope aqu-|ductum Holborniensem. 
1613. 

4. 2 leaves, A-P 4 , Q 2 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Heidelberg, i p. ; 
i p. blank; address to the King, signed Tho. Singleton, vice-chancellor, i p. ; 
text, 123 pp. 

Q 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. F 3 is misprinted E 3. 
In one of the British Museum copies noted below F 3 and P i have been re- 
placed by cancels containing new poems, the latter of which runs over a few 
lines on the top of P 2, so that a small cancel has been pasted over the 
original verses at the top of that page. The new F 3 is correctly signed. 
As to these cancels see Madan and an article entitled Vanini in England, by 
R. C. Christie, in the English Historical Review, x. 254-6 (1895). 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and Italian, 
Madan 375, 376. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

39 IVSTA FVNEBRIA I PTOLE1OBI | OXONIENSIS THO-|M^B 
1613 BODLEII EQVITIS | AVRATI CELEBRATA | in Academia 

Oxoniensi | Mensis Martij 29. | 1613. | [ornament] | OXONIM, \ 
Excudebat Josephus Barnesius, & Londini vasne~|unt apud 
Johannem Barnesium prope aqu-|ductum Holborniensem. 1613. 

4. 2 leaves, A-S 4 , T 2 . Title, verso blank; prefatory verse, i p. ; i p. blank; 

text, pp. 1-134, 12 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Italian and English. 

Madan 377. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef, Harv. (A 3 supplied in MS.). 

32 



[ornament] | MAVSOLEVM | OR, j THE CHOISEST FIOWRES \ 40 

of the Epitaphs, written on the Death ) of the neuer-too-much 1613 



lamented \ PRINCE HENRIE. 



Cosa bella mortal passa, e non du?e. j 
Printed by Andro Hart. ANNO. 



[ornament] | EDINBVRGH 

DOM. 1613. 

4. 4 leaves. Title, verso blank; text, 6 pp. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Italian and English. 

The National Library of Scotland. 

The book has been reprinted in Various Pieces of Fugitive Scottish Poetry, 
Edinburgh, ca. 1820. 

[ornament] | Lachrymae Lachrymafra] | or | The Spirit of Teares, I 41 (c) 
Distilled | for the vn-tymely Death \ of \ The incomparable Prince, | 1613 
PANARETVS. \ by losuah Syluester. \ The third Edition, j with 
Addition of His Owne. \ = | and \ [other Elegies.] 

The title-page is a wood-cut, in which the letters appear in white upon a 

black background. 

Colophon: [ornament] | LONDON [ Printed by Humfrey Lownes. \ 1613. 

The colophon is surrounded by an ornamental border. 

The bracketed portions of the title are supplied from the description in the 

Bibliotheca Lindesiana, vol. iv, column 8721. 

4. A-C, 'C-D' 4 , D 2-D 4, E-I 4 . Title, i p. ; ornament, white on black, i p. ; 

text, 74 pp.; colophon, i p.; ornament, white on black, i p. 

'OD J is the signature of the fourth gathering. D 3, F3, G 3, H 3 and, in 

some copies, E 3 are signed: C 2, 'G-D' 2 and F 2 are unsigned. In some 

copies there is no catchword on 'C-D' 4 V . 

The verso pages of gatherings A-C, as well as F 4 V and G 4 V , have a white 

seal on a black background: the verso pages of gatherings H and I are 

black, except for a small white space containing an arrow-head. 

The Bibliotheca Lindesiana records a copy which contained leaf D i : the recto 

carried a bastard title, differing considerably from that on O-D 3 r , and the 

verso carried the same poem as C-D 3 V , but signed with different initials. 

The same authority records a copy in which the colophon reads . . . Printhd 



B.M. (title-page mutilated), Yale (title-page mutilated: lacks leaf 14). 

Three Elegies \ on \ the most lamented | DEATH | of \ PRINCE 
HENRIE, | The first \ The second \ The third \ [bracket] | written by 
[bracket] | Cyril Toumeur. \ John Webster. \ Tho. Heywood. 
London | Printed for William Welbie. | 1613. 
The lettering of the title is white on a black panel. 

33 F 



42 



1613 



4. 4 leaves, B, C 4 ; A, B 4 , C 2 ; A-C 4 . Title, verso black; bastard title, verso 
black; dedication, to Mr. George Carie, signed Cyril Tourneur, i p.; i p. 
black; prefatory poem, i p, ; i p. black; text, 8 recto pages (verso pages 
black): 2 pp. black; title, verso blank; dedication, to Sir Robert Carre, 
Viscount Rochester, signed lohn Webster, 2 pp. ; text, 13 pp. ; i p. black: 
title, verso blank ; dedication, to Edward, Earl of Worcester, signed Thomas 
Heywood, i p. ; i p. blank ; prefatory poem, i p. ; I p. blank ; text, 17 pp. ; 
i p. black. 

This is a made-up miscellany. 
B.M., Harv. 

43 THRENI EXONIENSIVM \ IN OBITVM | ILLUSTRISSIMI 

1613 VIRI D. lO^HANNIS PETREI, BARONIS DE | WRITTLE, 
Filij honoratissimi viri D. | GVILIELMI PETREI ordinis au-|ree 
Periscelidis Equitis clarissimi, | & quatuor Principibus a con-|silijs 
secretioribus. | Qui Exoniense Collegium octo Socijs, amplis rediti- 
bus, | plurimis privileges, auxerunt liberalitev & ornd-\runt, Bene- 
factor es, Mectenates, & Patroni \ munificentissimi. \ Per ejusdem 
Collegij Alumnos & ceteros studiosos. j [ornament] | OXONIM, \ 
Excudebat Josephus Barnesius. 1613. 

40. A-F 4 , G 2 , A 4 , B 2 . Title, verso blank; dedication to Baron Petre of 

Writtle, i p. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-48, 12 pp. 

G 2, 2 B 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. *A 2 is unsigned. 

In some copies the second series of signatures, containing the funeral 

oration, is lacking : these gatherings may have been issued after the rest of 

the book. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and French. 

Madan 372, 373. 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks all after gathering G), Yalef . 

43-| CARMINA FVNEBRIA, \ IN OBITVM | CLARISSIMI VIRI 

1614 GEORGII | de SANCTO PAVLO Equitis Aurati | C. C. C. Oxon. 
olim Convictoris & | eiusdem Benefactoris munifici. \ [ornament] | 
[i line of verse, from Martial] | AC: [device, McKerrow 338] 
OX: | Oxonise excudebat losephus Barnesius, | An. Dom. 1614. 

4. A, B 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 12 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 
The book contains verse in Latin and English.. 
Madan 405. 

Library of Corpus Christi College, Oxford f . 

34 



THE | SHEPHEARDS ( PIPE. | | [i line of Greek verse] | | 44 

[ornament] [ | LONDON \ Printed by N. O. for George Nor-\ton, 1614 
and are to be sold at Ms Shop | without Temple-barre. 1614. 

The title is enclosed in a border of ornaments. 

So. A 4 , B-H 8 , I 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Edward, Lord Zouch, 

signed Wplliam] Browne, i p. ; i p. blank ; commendatory verse, 3 pp. ; 

i p. blank ; text, 118 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. Bastard titles at F 4 and H i. 

A 2, F 3, F 4 and H i are unsigned : A 3 and I 3 are signed. 

B.M. (lacks gathering A), Bodl. 

[ornament] | ANTIQVISSIMAE | CELEBERRIMJEQVE ] ACA- 45 

DEMISE ANDREAN^ | XAPIZTHPIA. I IN ADVENTVM 1617 
AVGVSTISSIMI | SERENISSIMIQVE | IACOBI PRIMI | 
Magnse Britannise, Francise & Hibernise | Monarchy, Fidei defen- 
soris, &c. | [ornament] I EDINBURGI, \ Excudebat ANDREAS 
HART. ANNO DOM. 1617. 

4. A~F 4 , G 2 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. [31-52. 
Every leaf except A 3 is signed. A 2 is misprinted A 3. 
The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 
B.M. 

IACOBI ARA j [ornament, enclosing the words DEO REDVCI :] I 46 

CEV, IN IACOBI, MAG-|N BRITANNIA FRANCOS i ET 1617 

HIBERNLE REGIS SERENIS-ISIMI, &c: AVSPICATIS- 
SIMVM | REDITVM E SCOTIA IN | ANGLIAM, ACADEMIC I 
OXONIENSIS GjR4-|TVIATORIA. | OXONIM> \ Excudebat 
lohannes Lichfield, 6* Gulielmus Wrench, \ Ann. Dom. 1617. 

4. A K 4 . Title, i p. ; prefatory verse, i p. ; dedication, in verse, to the 

King, signed Guil. Goodwin, vice-chancellor, i p. ; text, 77 pp. 

A 3, B 3, D 3, F 3 and K 3 are signed: D 2, F 2, I 2 and K 2 are unsigned. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and French. 

Madan 450. 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef, Harv. 

[ornament] | 1STOSTDAIA. | IN SERENISSIMI, | POTENTIS- 47 

SIMI, ET | INVICTISSIMI MONARCHY, | IACOBI Magnse | 1617 
Britannise, Francise & Hi- | berni<& Regis, fidei defen- \ soris, &c. 
felicem in | Scotiam reditum, \ Academic Edinburgensis Congratu- 

35 



latio. | [ornament] | EDINBURGI, \ Excudebat Andreas Hart, 
ANNO 1617. 

4. A-F 4 , G 1 , G 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; address to the King (James I), 

signed R. C., p. 3; blank, p. [4]; addresses to the King, signed by the 

University and John Adamson, pp. 5, 6; text, pp. 7-50, 8 pp. 

A 4, B 3, B 4, D 3, D 4, F 4, G 3 and G 4 are signed: F 3 is signed F 5 ; A 2, 

A 3, C 2, C 3, E 2, E 3, F 2 and G i are unsigned. P. 47 is misnumbered 74. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

B.M. 



48 CERTAIN | ELEGIES,] DONE \ BY SVNDRIE 

1618 WITH | Satyres and Epigmmes. \ \ [ornament] 



Excellent Wits. 

[LONDON, 

Printed by~jB: A: ioi^Miles Partriche, and are | to be solde at his 
shoppe neare Saint | Dunstons Churcli in Fleet-) streete. 1618. 
8. A 8 , A 3-A 8, B-F 8 , G 7 . Title, verso blank; text, 120 pp. 
E 3 and 2 A 4 are unsigned. 

This is a made-up miscellany. The first gathering contains the only new 
material: the rest consists of remainder leaves of Henry Fitzgeffrey's 
Satyres and satyricall Epigrams (1617), from which the first two leaves have 
been removed. 
B.M. (lacks leaf G 7), Bodl. (lacks part of leaf G 7). 

48 (b) CERTAIN | ELEGIES, | Done by sundrie | Excellent Wits. | With 
1620 Satyrs and Epigrams. \ [ornament] | London, \ Printed for Thomas 

lones, and are to be sold at | his shop in Chancery Lane, ouer 
a-|gainst the Roles. 1620. 

This is the same book as the preceding : a cancel title-page has been substi- 
tuted for the original. 
Bodl. (lacks leaf G 7). 

*% The collection was reprinted by E. V. Utterson, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
1843 (12 copies only). 

49 THE | Good Wife: | OR, | A rare one amongst Women. \ Whereto is 
1618 annexed an | Exquisite Discourse of \ EPITAPHS: | Including the 

choisest thereof, | Ancient or Moderne. | Vxor bona char a supellex. \ 
| MVSOPHILVS. | | [ornament] | AT LONDON | Printed for 
RICHARD REDMER, and | are to be sold at his shop at the 
West | end of S* Pauls Church. 1618. 

8. 3 leaves, B-K 8 , IA Title, i p. ; table of contents, i p. ; preface, i p. ; 
text, 152 pp. ; text and errata, i p. ; 2 pp. blank. Bastard title at C 2. 

36 



I 4 is unsigned. 

A note in one of the Bodleian copies states that the editor was Richard 
Brathwayte. 

The bastard title reads: REMAINS | after Death: [these words are sur- 
rounded by a border of ornaments] I ... I Imprinted at London by IOHN 
BEALE [ 1618. 

The copy in the Bodleian begins with this bastard title and ends with leaf K. 
B.M. (lacks first 2 leaves: has spurious facsimile title-page), Bodl. 

[ornament] | TA TON MOYSQN 'EISOAIA: j THE MVSES WEL- 50 

COME | TO THE HIGH AND | MIGHTIE PRINCE I IAMES 1618 
BY THE GRACE OF GOD I KING OF GREAT BRITAINE 
FRANCE AND IRELAND, | DEFENDER OF THE FAITH, 
&c. j At his Majesties happie Returne to his olde and natiue | 
Kingdome of SCOTLAND, after 14 yeeres absence, \ IN ANNO 
1617. | Digested according to the order of his Majesties Progresse, \ 
By I, A. | | Soli sic pervius orbis. \ ] [ornament] | Imprinted 
at EDINBURGH, 1618. | | Cum privilegio Regies Majestatis. 

Folio, partly in fours. 4 leaves, A-L 2 , i leaf, M-Dd 2 , Ee-Ddd 4 . i p. blank; 
wood-cut of K. James I, i p. ; title, verso blank; dedication to the King, 
signed lohannes Adamsonus, i p. ; text, 3 pp., 1-44, 2 pp., 45-135, i p., 136, 
i p., 137-289; i p. blank. 

In sheets A-L and M-D, every leaf except K 2, L 2, and Dd 2 is signed. 
In the rest of the book the second leaf of a gathering is generally signed with 
the proper letters and a figure 3 : the third leaf with the proper letters and 
a figure 5 : the last leaf is blank. The exceptions are Gg 3, signed 5 : Gg 4, 
signed Gg 5 : Kk 3, LI 3, Mm 3, Oo 3, and Tt 3, signed Kk 4, etc. Ee 2, 
Hh 3, li 2, Nn 3, Pp 3, Qq 3, Rr 3, Ss 3, Xx 3, Yy 3, Aaa 3, Bbb 3, and 
Ddd3 are unsigned. The following pages are misnumbered : 214 (204), 

215 (209), 220 (225), 225 (220), 228 (233), 233 (230), 235 (237), 242 (240), 

2 5 X ( 2 53) 2 77 ( 2 76)> 280 (279). In some copies p. 236 is misnumbered 237: 

p. 241 is sometimes misnumbered 229 and sometimes 243. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, and English. It includes verses 

by the University of Edinburgh. 

B.M. 

[ornament] | TA TON MOY2QN 'EISOAIA: I ... I MIGHTY 50 (b) 
PRINCE | ... 1618 

The title follows that of the issue first described, with the difference 

indicated. 

This is another issue of the book just described: the title-page is a cancel. 

Bodl,, Yale, Harv. 

37 



50 (c) [ornament] I I TA TQN MOYSQN 'EISOAIA. | | THE MVSES 
1618 WELCOME I TO THE HIGH AND | MIGHTIE PRINCE | 
IAMES I BY THE GRACE OF GOD | KING OF GREAT 
BRITAINE I FRANCE AND JRELAND, \ DEFENDER OF 
THE FAITH, &c. I AT HIS M. HAPPIE RETURNS TO HIS | 
OLD AND NATIVE KINGDOME OF | SCOTLAND, AFTER 
XIIII. YEERS AB- 
-fjXiOS a.Ka[J.a,s. \ 



SENCE IN A 1617. | | 0' 
Soli sic pervius orbis. \ EDINBVRGH, 



Printed by Thomas Finlason, Printer to Ms most [ excellent 
Maiestie. 1618. 

In this issue the original second, third and fourth leaves have been cancelled, 
and four new leaves have been substituted. These contain: title, verso 
blank ; second leaf, recto, quotation from Menander ; verso, Greek poem 
by Adamson ; third leaf, dedication, as in first issue, but spread out to cover 
both recto and verso ; fourth leaf, material printed on fourth leaf of original 
issue, but without statement, 'Done out of the greke 1 , at the foot of the 
recto page. 

In addition, a new gathering, 3 , has been inserted between K i and K 2 : 
it contains John Hay's Latin address, the English version of which begins 
on K 2^. 
B.M., Harv. 

51 [ornament] I TA TON MOVSON ESOAIA. | Planctus, & vota 

1618 Musarum I IN AVGVSTISSIMI MONARCHY | IACOBI | 
MAGN.E BRITANNIA, FRANCIS, | ET HIBERNLE REGIS, 
&c. | Recessu e SCOTIA in ANGLIAM, | Augusti 4 ANNO 1617. " 
| "Qs vt<6Xa}$ urt7r?crtv at Xapvpai ru^ai \ \ | [ornament] 
EDINBVRGI, | Excudebat Andreas Hart, Anno 1618. | Cum 
Privilegio, < Gratia Regies Majestatis. 

Folio in fours. A, B 4 , C 1 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-18. 
Every leaf is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin only. It is usually found bound up with 
a copy of an issue of the 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



52 Academic Oxoniensis I FVNEBRIA | SACRA. 

1619 MEMORISE | SERENISSIM^ REGIN^E | ANN^E | POTENTIS- 
SIMI MONARCHY \ IACOBI Magnse Britannise, Fran-|ci8e, & 
Hibernise Regis &c. De-|sideratissimae Sponsae, | DICATA. | 

38 



[ornament] j OXONLE, \ Excudebant JOHANNES LICHFIELD, 
& | JACOBVS SHORT, Academic \ Typographi. \ ANNO DOM. 
1619. 

4. A-R 4 , S 3 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed GuHielmns 
Goodwin, vice-chancellor, 2 pp.; text, 137 pp.; i p. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering except S is signed. One copy in the 

Bodleian has an extra leaf G i which repeats the contents of the original leaf 

with two variations in spelling. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 

Madan 470, 470*. 

BJVL, BodL 



[ornament] | LACRYMM 
turn Serenissimse Reginse 
I ACOBI | Magnce Britannicsl 



CANTABRIGI-|ENSES: | In obi- 53 



ANNJi, j Coniugis dilectissimce 
S'HibernicB \ Regis. | j [ornament] 



1619 



Ex Officina CANTRELLI LEGGE, Almse | Mains Cantabri- 
giae Typographi. \ 1619. 

4. 2 leaves, A-IA Title, verso blank; preface, signed I[ohn] G[ostlyn], 
vice-chancellor, i p. ; i p. blank ; text, pp. 1-87 ; i p. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Italian and English. 

B.M. 

[ornament] j LACRYMM j . . . j Magnce Britannia, Francitz, 53 (b) 
S 1 | Hibernice Regis. | . . . 1619 

The title follows that of the issue described above, with the differences 

indicated. 

This is the same book as the preceding, with a new title-page substituted 

for the old. The type of the title-page is re-arranged, and the ornaments are 

different. 

B.M. 

[ornament] | LACRYMJS \ . . . \ Magnce Britannia, Fmnciez, & \ 53 (c) 
Hibernise, Regis. | . . . 1619 

The title follows that of the issue first described, with the differences indi- 
cated. 

This is the same book as the two preceding, with still another title-page 
substituted for the original. 
BodL, Harv. (lacks leaves B 4 and D 4) . 

39 



54 [ornament] | VLTIMA LINEA | SAVILII | SIVE IN OBITVM 

1622 CLARISSI-jmi Domini HENRICI SAVILII E-|quitis Aurati, 
Mathematicomm facil Principis, nuperri-|me Collegij MER- 
TONENSIS Custodis Vigi-\lantissimi, ETONENSIS iuxta Wind- 
sore PrcB-\positi dignissimi, & BENEFACTORIS | de Vniversitate 
Oxoniensi \ optime meriti. \ lusta Academica. \ [ornament] I 
OXONII, | Excudebant IOHANNES LICHFIELD,| & IACOBVS 
SHORT. 1622. 

4. 4 leaves, * 4 , ** 1 , A-F 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; list of Savile's 
benefactions to the University, i p.; i p. blank; address to the Earl of 
Pembroke, i p. ; exequy on Savile, signed Gu. Peirs, vice-chancellor, i p. ; 
text, 56 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 

*3, A 3, B 3, C 3 and F 3 are signed. Madan has seen a copy with an orna- 
ment on the first page. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French and English. 

Madan 498. 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef, Harv. 

55 CAROLVS | REDVX. | AC. [device, McKerrow 285] OX. | 0X0- 

1623 NLE, I Excudebant IOHANNES LICHFIELD, & IACOBVS | 
SHORT, Academiae Typographi. 1623. 

4. 2 leaves, <[f 4 , H^[ 2 , A-I 4 , K 2 . Title, verso blank; addresses to the King 
(James I) and Prince Charles, signed Gu. Peirs, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 
pp. [i]~i2, 75 pp.; i p. blank. 

Tffl 2 anc ^ the third leaf of every gathering are signed. Gatherings If and 
^f% containing the oration, may have been printed later than the rest of 
the book. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 

Madan 510. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

56 Gratulatio I ACADEMIM \ CANTABRIGIENSIS | De Serenis- 



1623 $i m i Pwncipis reditu e% \ Hispanijs exoptatissimo : 



Augustissimo Regi\ IACOBO, | Celsissimoq; Principi 
Ardentissimi sui voti testimonium I esse voluit. \ I 



| Quam 
CAROLO 
ornament] 



Ex Officina CANTRELLI LEGG^E, Almse | Mains Cantabrigise 
Typographi. \ 1623. 

4. 2 leaves, A-F 4 . Title, verso blank; addresses to the King and the Prince 

40 



of Wales, signed H. B. [Jerome Beale], vice-chancellor, 2 pp.; text, pp. 
1-47 ; i p. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 
The book contains verse in Latin only. 
B.M. 

Gratulatio | ACADEMIM \ CANTABRIGIENSIS | . . . 56 (b) 

This is a reissue of the book just described: it has been lengthened by can- 
celling leaf F 4 and adding a new gathering, G 4 ; text, pp. 47-52 ; verses by 
printer, i p. ; i p. blank. G 3 is signed. 
The book contains verse in Latin only. 
Dr. Williams's Library, London ; Harv. 

[ornament] | LACHRYMAE | ACADEMIC MARISCHALLAN^E, | 57 

SVB OBITVM | Moecenatis, & Fundatoris sui | munificentis- 1623 
simi: | NoMlissimi, < Jlktstrissimi \ GEORGII, I COMITIS 
MARISCHALLI, | DOMINI DE KEITH | ET ALTRE, &c. 
Obiit v. April. Anno Domini MDCXXIII. | ^Etatis vero LXX. 
[ornament] I ABREDONIAE, \ EXCVDEBAT EDVARDVS 
RABANVS, 1 ANNO DOMINI 1623. | [ornament]. 

4. i leaf, A, B 4 , C 1 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-18. 
A 4 and B 4 are signed: A 3 is signed B 3. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and English. 
Library of the University of Edinburgh. 

VOTIVA, | SIVE | AD SERENISSIMVM, | POTENTISSIMVM- 58 

QVE | IACOBVM, | MAGNJE BRITANNIM, \ FRANCIM & 1623 
HIBERNIM | REGEM, &c. | De auspicato lUustrissimi | CAROLI, 
WALLI.E PRINCIPIS, &c. I in Regiam Hispanicam Aduentu, 
Pia & Humilis | OXONIENSIVM | GRATVLATIO. | | LON- 
DINI, | Excudebat Fcdix Kyngstonus. 1623. 

4. 4 leaves, B-F 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; address to the King 
(James I), i p. ; chronogram, i p. ; text, pp. 1-42. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. Pp. 16 and 17 are misnumbered 

17 and 16. 

The book contains verse in Latin only. 

Madan 509. 

B.M., Bodl. 

41 G 



59 CAMDENI | INSIGNIA. | OXONI^E. I Excudebant IOHANNES 
1624 LICHFIELD, | & IACOBVS SHORT, Academic | Typographi. 

1624. 

4. 2 leaves, % 1ffl+, W 2 , A-F 4 , G 2 . Title, i p. ; account of Camden's gift 
to the University, i p. ; verses on Camden, second signed G. P. [William 
Peirs], vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 72 pp. 

Iffllf 2, G 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

Madan 517. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef. 

60 FVNERALL | ELEGIES, | VPON THE MOST | VNTIMELY 
1624 DEATH OF | the Honourable and most hopefuU, | M>. IOHN 

STANHOPE, Sonne | andHeire to the Right Honourable I PHILIP 
Lord STANHOPE, | Baron of Shelf ord: \ WHO DECEASED IN | 
Christ-church at OXFORD, | the 18. of luly, 1623. ( [device, 
McKerrow 311] | London printed for Ralph Mab. | MDCXXIV. 

4. A-G 4 , H 1 . Title, verso blank; preface, i p. ; i p. blank; text, 4 pp., 
1-50. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed : A 2 is unsigned. The following 

pages are misnumbered : 26 (34), 27 (35), 30 (38), 31 (39), 34 (42), 35 (43), 

38 (46), 39 (47) > 49 (41)- 

The device indicates that the printer was George Purslowe. 

The Huntington Library f. 

61 pine of ornaments] | Loues Garland | OR, \ Posies for Rings, 
1624 Hand-ke[r-]|chers, and Gloues; And | such pretty Tokens that | 

Louers send their Loues. \ [line of ornaments] | Reade, Skanne, then 
Judge, | [line of ornaments] | LONDON, \ Printed by N. 0. for 
IOHN SPENCER, a[nd] | are to be sold at his shop on London- 1 
Bridge. 1624. | [line of ornaments]. 

8. 8 leaves (vestiges of a signature at foot of third leaf). Title, verso 
blank; text, 14 pp. (incomplete: there is a catchword, 'A', at the foot of the 
last page). 

Bodl. (title-page mutilated.) 

The collection was reprinted by J. O. Halliwell-Phillipps, The Literature of the 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries Illustrated, 1851; and by J. R, Brown 
(Opuscula, Sette of Odd Volumes, vol. iv), 1883. 

42 



SCHOLA | MORALIS j PHILOSOPHIAE j OXON. \ In funere 62 

WHITI pullata. | [ornament] | OXONIAE. \ Excudebant IOHAN- 1624 

NES LICHFIELD, | & IACOBVS SHORT, 1624. 

4. Tf, A 4 . Title, i p. ; list of White's benefactions, i p. ; text, pp. [i]-6, 8 pp. 

1f 3, 1T 4 an< i A 3 are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

The subject of the verses was Thomas White, canon of Christ Church. 

Madan 518. 

BodL, Harv. 

i Cantabrigiensium \ Dolor & Solamen: I SEV I DECESSIO 63 

BEATISSIMI REGIS | JACOBI \ Pacifici: \ ET \ SVCCESSIO 1625 
AVGVSTISSIMI REGIS | CAROL! : \ Magnce Britannia, 



GallicB, I & HibernicB I Monarch^, I = 
bat CANTRELLVS LEGGE, Almas 



[ornament] j = | Excude- 
Matris Cantabrigise Typo- 



graphus. | M D C XXV. 

4. 2 leaves, A-G 4 , H 2 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed I[ohn] M[ansell], 

vice-chancellor, i p. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-60. 

H 2, and the third leaf of every gathering except C, are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

In some copies the pages of the inner forme of gathering D are transposed. 

B.M. 

= | Cantabrigiensium | ... | ... Typographies. \ | M D C XXV. 63 (b) 
The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 1625 
This book, the second edition of the preceding, differs from it only in having 
two complete gatherings, H and I, following gathering G. The new H 
gathering differs from that of the earlier edition in its content. The pages 
are numbered 57-72. H 3 and I 3 are signed. 
B.M., BodL, Harv. 

EPITHALAMIA | OXONIENSIA. | IN AVSPICATISSIMVM, I 64 

POTENTISSIMI MONARCHY | CAROLI, | MAGN& BRIT AN- 1625 
NIM, | FRANCIM, ET HIBERNIM \ Regis, &c. mm HEN- 
RETTA MARIA, | cBterncz memorice HENRICI | Magni Gallorum 
Regis | Filia, Connubium. \ [device, McKerrow 336] | OXONIM, \ 
Excudebant lohannes Lichfield, & Guilielmus \ Turner. Anno Dom. 
1625. 

4. *[, A-L 4 , M 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed Johannes 
Prideaux, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 95 pp. ; i p. blank. 

43 



The third leaf of every gathering is signed. In some copies F 2 and F 4 

are wrongly imposed. E 4 is a cancel in some copies : the purpose was to 

correct an unusual number of textual errors. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and French. 

Madan 528, 529. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 



65 Epithalamium \ Illustris. & Felicis. Principum | CAROLI 

1625 ET | H. MARLS | REGINM Magnce Britannia, &c. 



REGIS, | 
A Musis 

CANTABRIGIENSIBVS | decantatum. \ = I [device, McKerrow 

399] | = | Excndebat CANTRELLVS LEGGE, Almas | Mains 

Cantabrigise Typography. \ \ M D C XXV. 

4. i leaf, A-K 4 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-80. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

B.M., Yale. 

65 (b) Epithalamium \ . . . | H. MARINE | . . . 

1625 -he title follows that of the first issue with the differences indicated. 
This reissue is in all other respects like that just described. 
B.M., Harv. 

66 OXONIENSIS | ACADEMIAE | PARENTALIA. | SACRATISSI- 
1625 MM MEMORISE \ potentissimi Monarchy IACOBI, Magnse I 

BRITANNIAE, FRANCIAE & | HIBERNIAE Regis, Fidei 

Orthodoxae 

OXONIM, 

Turner. Anno Dom. 1625. 

4- T* 11T> A-K 4 , IA 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; address to the King 

(Charles I), and verses on James I, signed lo. Prideaux, vice-chancellor, 

3 pp. ; text, 88 pp. ; i p. blank. 

IfTf 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. In some copies K i 

and K 3 are signed I and I 3. The catchword of I 4 V refers to L. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 

Madan 530. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

66 (b) OXONIENSIS | ACADEMIAE | PARENTALIA. | . . . 

ID25 This issue differs from that just described in having a new gathering Ee 4 , 
with eight pages of text, inserted between gatherings E and F. 
Madan 531. 
B.M., Bodl., Yalef. 

44 



defensoris celeberrimi, &c. Dicata. | [ornament] 
Excudebant Johannes Lichfield, & Guilielmus 



A ] DESCRIPTION | OF LOVE. | With certaine | Epigrams, \ 67 (f) 

Elegies. \ and | Sonnets. \ AND \ Also Mast. IOHNSONS | Answere 1629 

to Master | WITHERS. | With the Crie of Ludgate, and | the SONG 

of the | Begger. \ | The sixth Edition, j | LONDON, \ Printed 

by M. F. for Francis Coules \ at the vpper end of the Old-Baily | 

neere Newgate. 1629. 

The words from ' Epigrams ' through ' Sonnets ' are preceded "by a bracket. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

8. A 2-A 8, B-D 8 . Title, verso blank ; prefatory verse. 4 pp. ; text, 56 pp. 

B.M. 

A ] DESCRIPTION | OF LOVE. | ... | and Sonnets. \ AND \ Also 67 (*) 
Mast : ... | ... 1 the Song of the | Beggar. I | The ninth Edition. I l6 3& 
| LONDON, | Printed by MILES FLESHER. | 1638. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. It follows that of the sixth 

edition, with the differences indicated. 

8. A 2-A 8, B, C 8 , D 7 . Title, verso blank; prefatory verse, 4 pp.; text, 

53 PP. ; i p. blank. 

Library of Congress. 

[ornament] | BRITANNIAE ) NATALIS. | [device, McKerrow 68 

408] | OXONIM, | Excudebat IOHANNES LICHFIELD | Almas l6 3<> 
Academise Typographus, | Ann: Dom. 1630. 

4. 2 leaves, A I, I 4 . Title, verso blank ; dedication and address to the King 

(Charles I), 2 pp.; text, pp. 1-63, 62-70, 63-70. 

The third leaf of every gathering except 2 I is signed. B 3 is misprinted B 2. 

The following pages are misnumbered : 17 (9), 20 (12), 21 (13), and 24 (i 6). 

The British Museum copy of this issue has 'BRITANNIAE NATALIS' 

printed in gold. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, and French. 

Madan 650. 

B.M. 

[ornament] | BRITANNIAE | NATALIS. | . . . | Ann: Dom. 68 (b) 
1630. 1630 

The title follows that of the issue first described, with the differences indicated. 
This is another issue of the book described above : the signatures of gathering 
2 I have been corrected to K i and K 2, and the page-numbers of the 
gathering have been changed to 71-78. 
Madan 651. 
B.M., BodL, Harv. 

45 



69 MVSARVM I LACHRYMM: \ SIVE I ELEGIA COLLEGII 

1630 SANCT^E ET INDIVID VM I TRINITATIS IVXTA | DVBLIN: 
IN OBITVM | ILLVSTRISSIMAE 1 ET RELIGIOSISSIMAE 
HEROINAE, CATHARINAE, | Comitissse Corcagice, Vxoris | 
Honoratissimi RICHARDI, | Comitis Corcagice, vnius ex Pri-| 
marijs lusticiarijs to-|tius Regni Hybernise. | [ornament] | DVB- 
LINI, | E% Officina Societatis Bibliopolamm, Regies \ Maiestatis 
Typographorum. An. Dom. 1630. 

4. 1p, A-E 4 , F 2 . Title, verso blank ; address to Richard, Earl of Cork, i p. ; 

i p. blank ; text, 44 pp. 

F 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. 

B.M. 

70 AD I MAGNIFICVM I Et Spectatissimum Virum Domi~|num 

1631 IOHANNEM CIRENBERGIVM | PROCONSVLEM CIVITATIS | 
GEDANENSIS. \ Ob Acceptum Synodalium Epistolarum | Concilij 
Basileensis Avroypafov sigillo eiusdem in \ plumbum impresso obsig- 
natum, quod nobilissimus \ Dominus THOMAS ROE Eques A umtus, \ 
Serenissimi MagncB Britannia Regis Legatus, \ ab eo sibi prius 
qfficiose oblatum, Oxoniensi Bib-\lioihecce transmisit ao dono dedit. \ 
CARMEN | HONORARIVM. | | OXONIM, \ Excudebat 
IOHANNES LICHFIELD, | Almse Academise Typographic, | 
Anno Dom. 1631. 

4. A-C 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to John Cirenbergius, signed 

I[ohn] Rous, 3 pp.; i p. blank; text, pp. [ij-iy; i p. blank. 

B 2 is misprinted P 2 : B 3 and C 3 are signed. 

The book contains verse in Lathi only. 

Madan 671. 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef. 

71 GENETHLIACUM I ILLUSTRISSIMO-1RUM PRINCIPUM 
1631 CAROLI | 6- 1 MARI^ | A | MUSIS CANTABRIGIENSIBUS 

CELEBRATUM. \ = \ [ornament] | = | ^f Excusum Cantabrigiae. 
1631. 

4. 2 leaves, A-N 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; addresses to the King 
and Queen (Charles I and Henrietta Maria), and the Prince and Princess, 
signed Henr. Butts, vice-chancellor, p. I ; text, pp. 2-103 ; i p. blank. 
B 4, C 4, and the third leaf of every gathering, except F, K and M, are signed. 
The book contains verse in Lathi and Greek. 
B,M., Bodl., Harv. 

46 



ANTHOLOGIA j IN | REGIS | EXANTHE-|MATA: | SEU I 72 

Gratulatio Musaram j CANTABRIGIENSIUM j de felicissim 1632 

conservata Regis | CAROLI | valetudine. | ] [ornament] | | 

^[ Ex Academise Cantabrigiensis typograplieo, j Anno Dom. 

MDCXXXII. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. ^jj 1 , A-H 4 , 1 2 . Title, verso blank ; address to the King, signed B[enjamin] 

Lfany], vice-chancellor, p. [i]; text, pp. 2-68. 

The title-page, I 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef, Harv. 

ACADEMIC | GLASGUENSIS | XAPI2THPION, 1 Ad augustis- 73 

simum | MONARCHAM | CAROLUM j MAGNM \ BRITAN- 1633 
NL3E, FRANCIJE, | Et Hibernise, REGEM, Fidei | Defensorem, 
&c. | Cum ex ANGLIA profectus in SCOTI^E | Regnum solenni 
ritu inauguraretur. | | 18. lunii, \ Anno Mm Christiana 1633. 1 
j [ornament] | = | EDINBVRGI, \ Excudebat R. JUNIUS, 



4. 2 leaves, A, B 4 , C 1 , *, ** 4 , 2-64, D~H 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso 

blank ; text, 79 pp. ; i p. blank. 

A3, B 3, D 3 and H 3 are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin only. 

B.M. 

DUCIS i EBORACENSIS | FASCUB | A | Musis Cantabrigi-|ensi~ 74 

bus raptim | contextae. | = | [device, McKerrow 416)8] [ = I CAN- 1633 

TABRIGIM, | E Typographeo TH. BUCK, & R. DANIEL, | Ann. 

Dom. 1633. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

40. A-K 4 , IA Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; address to the King (Charles I), 

signed B[enjamin] Lany, vice-chancellor, p. 3 ; text, pp. 4-84. 

The third leaf of every gathering except K is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



EISOAIA | | MVSARVM | EDINENSIUM | IN \ CAROLI 
Regis, Musarum Tu-\tani, ingressu in \ SCOTIAM. I [ornament] I 
EDINBURGI | Excudebant H&redes ANDREW HART | 1633. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 
40. 4 leaves, , 4 , 2 , f, % f, ft, , 4 - Title, verso blank; address to 

47 



1633 



75 



the King signed lo. Adamson, Primarius Moderator, i p. ; i p. blank; text, 

72pp. 

Except leaves 2 and f 2, only the first leaf of each gathering is signed. 

As might be expected, the gatherings are not always found in the order 

given above. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and English. 

B.M., Harv. 

76 EPIGRAMMATA ] Regiorum Medicine | Prof essorum | Cantabri- 
1633 giensis atque Oxoniensis, \ Prcesidentis \ Et Sociorum Collegii cele- 

berrimi \ Medicorum Londinensium, \ Aliorumque Doctomm juxtd 

atque \ doctissimorum virorum \ utriusqk Academic. \ In RADULPHI 

WINTERTONI | Metaphrasin nuper editam. [quotation, 2 lines 

of verse, from Claudian] J | Quibus accedunt EPIGRAMMATA 

Therapeutica ejusdem, | Ad malevolorum lecto-|rum segritudines. 

| CANTABRIGIM \ Excudebant THOMAS BUCK & 

ROGERUS DANIEL. | MD CXXXIII. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

8. A-C 8 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-45; i p. blank. 

B i is unsigned. 

The book contains verse in Latin only. 

Bodl.f, The Huntington Library f. 

77 = | Musarum Oxoniensium \ PRO ( REGE SVO | SOTERIA. \ 
1633 Anagmmma. \ CAROLVS BRITONVM REX. | Tu Rex Librum 

Coronas. \ Symbola sunt Almse Matris Liber, atq; Corona: \ lam 
veram est, Librum Tu (Rex Invicte) | Coronas. | [ornament] I 
OXONIM | Excudebant /. L. W. T. An. Dom. 1633. 

Colophon: [ornament] | OXONLE, | Excudebant I.L.G.T. Celeberrimcs \ 
Academic Typographi: \ \ M. DC. XXXIII. 

4- 4 > 2 > A > BC, D-G 4 , H 2 . Title, verso blank; addresses to the King 
and Queen (Charles I and Henrietta Maria), signed Brianus Buppa, vice- 
chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 67 pp. ; colophon, i p. 
2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed. 
In some copies, in the outer forme of gathering A, the colleges to which 
some of the authors belonged have not been designated: the omissions 
appear to have been supplied while the work was passing through the press. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and English. 
Madan 725, 726. 
B.M., BodL, Yalef. 

48 



Musarum Oxoniensium j PRO j REGE SVO ] SOTERIA. j Ana- 77 (b) 
gramma. | CAROLUS BRITqNUM'"REX7 j Tu'"'REX"Libmm 1633 
Coronas. \ Symboia sunt Almas Matris Liber, atque Corona: | lam 
verum est, Librum Tu (Rex Invicte} Coronas, j [ornament] | 
OXONI^, | Excudebant J. L. G. T. An. Dom. | I M. DC. 
XXXIII. 

This Is a presentation copy: the words underdotted above are printed in 
gold-leaf. Except the title-page, the book is a copy of the ordinary edition 
described above. It has the corrected state of the A gathering. 
Madan 727. 

B.M. 

REX REDUX, | Sive ( Musa Cantabrigiensis | voti damnas ] De 78 

incolumitate & felici | reditu Regis | CAROLI | post receptam 1633 

Coro-|nam, Comitiaq; peracta ] in [ SCOTIA, j = | ^f Ex Aca- 

demise Cantabrigiensis Typographeo, ( Ann. Dom. MDCXXXIII. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. <[p, A-IA Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed B[enjamrn] 

Lany, vice-chancellor, 2 pp.; text, pp. 1-88. 

The title-page and leaf *[f 2 are signed, as are leaves A 4, B 4, and the third 

leaves of every gathering except B and K. The catchword from K f to 

L i is incorrect. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

B.M. 



REX REDUX, | ... 

This is a reissue of the book just described, with an additional gathering. 
In the original issue the last gathering, which should have been signed M, 
was signed L, and the real gathering L was omitted: hence the discrepancy 
in the catchwords noted above. In the reissue the real gathering L is in- 
cluded, and the signatures and pagination of the last gathering are cor- 
rected to M and pp. 89-96. L 3 and M 3 are signed. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



78 (b) 
1633 



ITINERANTIS 

= | OXONIM, 

& GVLIELMVS 



SOUS | BRITANNICI | PERIGMVM. \ SIVE 
CAROLI I AVSPICATISSIMA | PERIODVS. 
Excudebant IOHANNES LICHFIELD \ 
TVRNER. | ANN. DOM. 1633. 

40. , A-C, DE, F-M 4 , N 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed 
Bri[an] Duppa, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 95 pp. ; I p. blank. 

49 H 



1633 



79 



The third leaf of every gathering except F and K is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, French and English. The poems 

written in the modern languages begin on L i r . 

Madan 728. 

Bodl. 

79 (b) SOLIS I BRITANNICI | PERIGMVM. | . . . 

1633 This is a reissue of the book just described. An additional gathering, ii 4 , 
has been inserted after gathering I, and gathering K has been reset in 
consequence : K 3 is signed and K 4 V is blank. In some copies 2 is a cancel, 
with 'Carmen 7/cert/cov' substituted for 'Supplex libellus'. 
Madan 729, 729*. 
B.M., Yalef, Harv. 

80 VITIS | CAROLINA [ GEMMA ALTERA I SIVE \ AVSPICA- 
1633 TISSIMA | DVCIS EBORACENSIS | GENETHLIACA I Decan- 

tata ad \ VADA ISIDIS. \ = | OXONIM, \ Excudebant JO- 
HANNES LICHFIELD | & GVLIELMVS TVRNER. I ANN. 
DOM. 1633. 

4. A-G 4 , H 3 , i leaf, leaf H 4, I-L 4 . Title, .verso blank; address to the King 
and Queen (Charles I and Henrietta Maria), signed Br[ian] Duppa, vice- 
chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 84 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 
The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, French and English. The poems 
written in the modern languages begin on I i r . 
Madan 730. 
B.M., Bodl. 

80 (b) VITIS | CAROLINA [ ... | ... 1633. 

1633 4 o. A-E, Ee, F-H, h, I-LA Title, verso blank; address to the King and 
Queen (Charles I and Henrietta Maria), signed Br[ian] Duppa, vice-chan- 
cellor, 2 pp. ; text, 100 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering except Ee is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, French and English. The poems 

written in the modern languages begin on I i r . 

This is the second issue of the preceding book. The title-page is from the 

same setting of type, but the accent has been removed from the last figure 

in the date. Gatherings A-E, F, G, I and K, and the first two leaves in 

gatherings H and L are from the same setting of type as the first issue. 

Madan 731. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

50 



[ornament] j EPITAPHS | Vpon the vntymeiie deatia of that 81 

hope-jfull, Learned, and Religious Youth, J M> WILLIAM 1634 
MICHEL, | (Sonne to a Reverend Pastor, M> THOMAS MICHEL,] 
Parson of TURREFF, and Minister of the Gospel there) \ who de- 
parted this lyfe the 6 oflanuarie, 1634. | * n the z^yeare of his age. I 
Together with a Consolatorie Epistle, to the Mother of j the sayd 
young Man ; wherein his Vertues and j good carriage are mentioned. ] 
[device, McKerrow 394] [ ABERDONLE, j Imprimebat Edwardus 
Rabanus, 1634. | [ornament]. 
4. A-E 4 , F 3 . Title, verso blank; text, 44 pp. 
A 3, B 3, D 3, E 4 and F 3 are signed. 
The book contains verse in Latin only. 
B.M.f 



CARMEN | NATALITIUM | Ad cunas lUustrissima J Principis 
ELISABETHS I decantatum intra Nativi- ' ~ 



tatis Dom. solennia 



82 



= I Ex Academise 



per humiles | CANTABRIGI3E | Musas. 

Cantabrigiensis Typographeo. ] Ann. Dom, 1635* 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. If 2 , A-L 4 , M 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King (Charles I), 

signed Hen. Smith, vice-chancellor, i p. ; text, 91 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering except E and K is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

B,M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

PARENTALIA. ] SPECTATISSIMO | ROLANDO COTTONO 

Equiti Aurato ] SALOPIENSL | Memorise c& Pietatis ] Ergo, 
[ornament] | LONDINI, | Excudebat A. M. 1635. 

4. A-D 4 , d 1 , E-G 4 , H 2 . Title, verso blank; exequy on Cotton, signed lo. 
lackson, i p. ; preface, signed Edwardus Heigham, i p. ; text, 57 pp. ; i p. 
blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed: A 3 is misprinted B 3. 
B.M., BodL, Harv. (title-page mutilated). 

ANNALIA | DVBRENSIA. | Vpon the yeerely celebration of 
M*. ROBERT DOVERS Oiimpick | Games vpon Cotswold-Hills. 
Written by \ [horizontal bracket] | MICHAELL DRAYTON. Esq. 
IOHN TRVSSELL. Gent. | WILLIAM DVRHAM. Oxon, 
WILLIAM DENNY Esq. | THOMAS RANDALL. Cant. I BEN: 



1635 



83 



1636 



84 



IOHNSON. 1 IOHN DOVER. Gent, I OWEN FELTHAM. Gent. 



FRANCIS IZOD. Gent, 
IOHN BALLARD. Oxon. 



NICHOLAS WALLINGTON. Ox. 
TIMOTHY OGLE. Gent. I WILLIAM 



AMBROSE. Oxon. | WILLIAM BELLAS. Gent. I THOMAS 
COLE. Oxon. | WILLIAM BASSE. Gent. | CAPTAINE MENESE. I 
IOHN TRVSSELL. Gent. | WILLIAM COLE. Gent. I FERRI- 
MAN RVTTER. Oxon. | IOHN STRATFORD. Gent. | THOMAS 
SANFORD. Gent. | ROBERT GRIFFIN. Gent. I IOHN COLE. 
Gent. 1 ROBERT DVRHAM. Oxon. I A SIRINX Oxon. I IOHN 
MONSON. Esq. | WALTON POOLE. Gent. | RICHARD WELLS. 
Oxon. | WILLIAM FORTH. Esq. I SHACK: MARMYON. Gent. 
R. N. | THOMAS HEYWOOD. Gent. | [horizontal bracket] 
LONDON, | Printed by Robert Raworth, for Mathewe Walbancke. 
1636. 

The names of the authors are in two columns divided by a single line of rule. 

4. i leaf, A 2 , B-P, K 1 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; dedication, to Mr. 
Robert Dover, signed Mat. Walbancke, 2pp.; text, 66 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures, facing title. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

TheGrenville copyin theBritishMuseum is a presentation copy fromRobert 

Dover to Sir Thomas Trevor. The presentation inscription is printed on 

the first leaf of the book, and the signature is in the autograph of Dover. 

A MS. note in this copy identifies 'R. N.' as Robert Newburgh. 

B.M., Harv. 

84 (b) ANNALIA | DVBRENSIA. | . . . celebration I of ... I ... I ... 
1636 MENESE | ... | A SIRINX Oxon | . . . 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 

4. A 2 , B-I 4 , K 2 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Mr. Robert Dover, 
signed Mat. Walbancke, 2 pp. ; text, 67 pp. ; i p. blank. 

This is a page-f or-page reprint of the first edition, with one additional poem 
at the end. 

B.M. 

* The collection was reprinted by A. B. Grosart, Manchester, 1877 ; and by 
E. R. Vyvyan, Cheltenham, 1878. 

85 CORONAE I CAROLINA I QVADRATVRA. I SIVE I PER- 
1636 PETVANDI I IMPERII \ CAROLINI | EX QVARTO PIGNORE 

FELICITER SUSCEPTO \ Captatum Augurium. \ [ornament] 

52 



OXONIM, | Excudelat LEONARDVS LICHFIELD j CdebenimcB 

Academic Typographic. \ ANNO SALVTIS 1636. 

4. a, aa 4 , aaa 2 , aaaa, a-d 4 , e 2 , A-C 4 , D 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the 

King, signed Rob. Pinck, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 87 pp. ; i p. blank. 

Frontispiece (folding plate) , facing title, not counted in signatures. 

The third leaf is signed in every gathering except *a, aa and B: aa 2 is 

unsigned. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French and English. 

Madan 815, 816. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece and gatherings aa and D), Bodl., Yalef . 

FLOS | BRITANNICVS | VERIS NOVISSIMI | FILIOLA | 86 

CAROLO < MARJM \ NATA ] XVII MARTII Anno. I M. DC. 1636 
XXXVI. I [ornament] | OXONIM | Typis LEONARDI LICH- 
FIELD [ Academic Typographi. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. 5 leaves, 1-6, 66 4 , i leaf, 2 4 , 4 leaves, i, 3 4 . Title, verso blank; address 
to the King (Charles I), i p. ; i p. blank; text, 96 pp. 

The figures which are used as signatures appear in the upper right-hand 
corner of the first page of each gathering. The only other signature, an 8, 
occurs in a similar position on the second leaf of gathering 66. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French and English. 
The English poems begin with the unsigned leaf following gathering 66. 
Madan records a copy with 6 unsigned leaves at the beginning, and another 
with Veris novissimi at the head of the last page. I have not seen either 
of these forms of the book. 
Madan 840, 84o*~840****, 841. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. 



DELIim I POETARVM I SCOTORVM 



TRIVM. 
BLAEV, 



[ornament] | AMSTERDAM!, 
CIO 10 CXXXVIL 



hujus aevi | ILLVS- 87 (i) 
Apud IOHANNEM 1637 



24 in twelves. A 13 , B-Ff 12 , Gg 2 . Title, p. [i] ; imprimatur, p. [2] ; dedica- 
tion, to Sir John Scot of Scotstarvet, signed Arthur Johnston, pp. 3-5 ; 
commendatory verses, pp. [6]-n, 2 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. [133-699 ; i p. 
blank. 

The sixth and seventh leaves are signed in every gathering. P 7 is mis- 
printed E 7 : Ee 2 is misprinted E 2. A 6 and 2 A 6 are conjugate, and axe 
pasted to the stub of the original A 6, which has been cancelled. 
The book contains verse in Latin only. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

53 



87 (2) DELITLE | . . . [ ILLVSTRIVM. ] PARS ALTERA. | [ornament] | 

1637 - 

The title follows that of the first part, with the differences indicated. 

12. A-Aa 12 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-573* tables of 

authors, for both volumes, 2 pp. ; i p. blank. 

The sixth and seventh leaves, except Z 7, are signed in every gathering. 

Pp. 272 and 545 are misnumbered 172 and 645: in some copies p. 252 is 

misnumbered 52. 

The book contains verse in Latin only. 

B.M., Bodl. 

88 SYNQtAfA, | Sive | MUSARUM j CANTABRIGIENSIUM | CON- 

1637 CENTUS ET | CONGRATULATIO, | Ad | Serenissimum Britan- 
niarum Regem | CAROLUM, | De quinta sua sobole, clarissima 
Prin-|cipe, sibi nuper felicissimfe | nata. | | [ornament] | | Ex 
Academic Cantabrigiensis Typo~|grapheo. Anno Dom. 1637. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

40. A-N 4 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed Tho. Comber, 

vice-chancellor, i p. ; text, 101 pp. 

The book contains verse in Lathi and Greek. 

B.M., Harv. 

88 (b) SYNQtAfA, | . . . 

This j s a reissue of the book just described: a new quarto gathering, the 
first three leaves of which are signed L 4, L 5 and L 6, is inserted between 
gatherings L and M. The new gathering contains verse in Latin only. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

89 DEATH REPEAL'D | BY A | THANKFVLL MEMORIALL 

1638 Sent from CHRIST-CHURCH | in OXFORD, | CELEBRATING 
THE NOBLE DESERTS OF | the Right Honourable, | PAVLE, 
Late Lord VIS-COUNT | BAYNING | of SUDBURY. | Who 
changed his Earthly Honours | lune the n. 1638. | [ornament] | 
OXFORD, \ Printed by Leonard Lichfield Printer to the | Vniver- 
sity, for Francis Bowman. \ M. D. C. XXXVIII. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. * 2 , A-F 4 , G 2 . Title, verso blank ; address to the dowager Lady Bayning, 

2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-48, 43, 42 ; 2 pp. blank, 

54 



The third leaf of every gathering Is signed. 
The book contains verse In Latin and English. 
Madan 870. 
B.M. (lacks gathering G), Bodl. f Yalef, Harv. 

JUSTA | EDOVARDO KING | naufrago, | ab | Amicis mceren- 90 

tibus, | amoris | & | pvelas x^R* j = J [i line of prose, from 1638 
Petronius] j = | CANTABRIGIM: \ Apud Thomam Buck, & 
Rogerum Daniel, celeberrimse j Academise typographos. 1638. 

40. A-D 4 , E 6 , F-H 4 , I 2 . Title, verso blank; epitaph, i p.; i p. blank; 

text, 4 pp. ; 1-34, 31, 32; bastard title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-25,; i p. 

blank. 

E 4 and the third leaf of every gathering except F and G are signed : A 2 is 

unsigned. 

The book contains verse In Latin, Greek and English. The English poems 

begin with the second series of page-numbers. 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks gatherings A-E), Yale, Harv. 

Musarum Oxoniensium \ CHARISTERI A | PRO | SERENISSIMA I 91 

REGINA | MARIA, | RECENS | E NIXUS LABORIOSI | dis- 1638 
crimine recepta. | [ornament] | OXQNIM, \ Typis LEONARD. 
LICHFIELD Academic | TypograpM M. DC. XXXVIII. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

40. A-D, DD, E, a, b, bb, c, d 4 . Title, verso blank; addresses to the King 
and Queen (Charles I and Henrietta Maria), signed A[ccepted] Frewen, 
vice-chancellor, 2, pp. ; text, 84 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering except E is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, French and English. The English 

verse begins on a i r . 

Madan 871. 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef, Harv. 

THE I ACADEMY | OF \ Complements. | Wherein Ladyes, 92 

Gentlewomen, \ Schollers, and Strangers may ac-jcommodate their 1640 
Courtly Practice | with, most Curious Ceremonies, Comple-jmentall, 
Amorous, High expressions, | and formes of speaking, or writing, j 
| A work perused and most exactly | perfected by the Author 
with Ad-|ditions of witty Amorous Poems, | And a Table expound- 
ing the hard | ENGLISH words, | [ornament] | LONDON, \ 

55 



Printed by T. B. for H. Mosley, and | are to bee sold at Ms Shop 
at the Princes j Armes, in S. Pauls Church- Yard. | 1640. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

12. A-L 12 , M 10 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; dedica- 
tion, to the ladies and gentlewomen of England, 5 pp. ; i p. blank ; preface, 
signed Philomusus, 7 pp. ; i p. blank ; text, pp. 1-245 I I P- blank ; text, 
pp. 254, 246-255 ; glossary, 8 pp. ; imprimatur, i p. 
Pp. 6, 28, and 125 are misnumbered 4, 82, and 251. 

Halkett and Laing ascribe the collection to John Gough, on the authority 
of the catalogue of Philip Bliss's library. 
B.M. (lacks frontispiece and leaf F 3), Bodl. 

92 (b) THE | ACADEMY | OF J COMPLEMENTS. | WHEREIN, J 
1650 Ladies, Gentlewomen, | Schollers, and Strangers, may | accomodate 
their Courtly practice with gentile Ceremonies, Complementall | 
amorous high expressions, and Formes of | speaking or writing of 
Letters | most in fashion. | A work perused, exactly per-|fected, 
every where corrected and inlarged, | and inriched by the Author, 
with Additions of | many witty Poems, and pleasant Songs. | With 
an addition of a new Schoole of | Love, and a Present of excellent 
Similitudes, | Comparisons, Fancies, and Devices. | The Last 
Edition, with two Tables; the | one expounding the most hard 
English words, | the other resolving the most delightfull | Fictions 
of the Heathen Poets. | | London, Printed for Humphrey Moseley, 
at the | Princes Armes in St Pauls Church-yard. 1650. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

12. A-P 12 . Title, i p.; dedication, to the ladies and gentlewomen of 
England, 2 pp. ; preface, signed Philomusus, 2 pp. ; preface to this edition, 
signed Philomusus, 4 pp. ; book-list of Humphrey Moseley, 7 pp. ; text 
(including glossary), pp. [13-344. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 
Pp. 261, 313, and 323 are misnumbered 192, 213, and 223. 
In some copies F 5 and H 3 are unsigned. The following pages are mis- 
numbered in some copies: 98 (90), 195 (159), 231 (233), 261 (192), 312 
(numbered in wrong corner), 313 (213), 323 (223). 
B.M., Bodl., Yale (lacks frontispiece). 

92 (c) THE | ACADEMY | OF | COMPLEMENTS. | WHEREIN | 

1663 Ladies, Gentlewomen, Schollers, and | Strangers, may accomodate 

their Courtly | practice with gentile Ceremonies, Com-|plemental, 

56 



Amorous, high expressions, j and Forms of Speaking, or writing j 
of Letters most in fashion. | A work perused, exactly perfected, 
e-| very where corrected and enlarged, and en-|riched by the Author, 
with Additions of | many witty Poeins, and pleasant Songs. | With 
an addition of a new School of Love, | and a Present of excellent 
Similitudes, | Comparisons, Fancies, and Devices. | The last 
Edition, with two Tables; the one | expounding the most hard 
English words: | the other resolving the most delight-] ful Fictions 
of the Heathen Poets. | | [ornament] | | LONDON, Printed 
by Tho. Leach, and | Tho. Child, 1663. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

12. *2-*i2, B-P 12 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the ladies and 
gentlewomen of England, 2 pp. ; preface, signed Philomusns, 4 pp. ; preface 
to new edition, signed PMomusus, 6 pp. ; text, pp. 1-344. 
Pp. 248 and 274 are misnumbered 246 and 472. 
Harv. 

HORTI i CAROLINI j ROSA ALTERA . \ [ornament] ] OXONIM \ 93 

Excudebat LEONARDUS LICHFIELD | Academic Typo- 1640 

graphus. 1640. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. 2 leaves, *, **, A-E 4 , F 2 , a-c 4 , cc 2 , d, e 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, 

to the King (Charles I), i p. ; i p. blank; addresses to the King and Queen, 

signed A[ccepted] Frewen, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 102 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French and English. 

The English poems begin on a i r . 

Madan 931. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef, Harv. 

VOCES VOTIVM I Ab Academicis | Cantabrigiensibus | Pro 94 

novissimo \ CAROLI & MARINE I PRINCIPE FILIO \ emissce. \ 1640 

I [ornament] | | CANTABRIGIM: \ Apud ROGERUM 

DANIEL. | MDCXL. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

40. A 2-A 4, B~H, a, b 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication to the King 

(Charles I), signed Jo. Cosin, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 74 pp. 

The third leaf is signed in every gathering. 

The book contains poems in Latin, Greek and English. The English poems 

begin on a i r . 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

57 * 



94 (b) VOCES VOTIVE ] . . . 

1640 The title follows that of the issue first described. 

This issue differs from the preceding only in having an extra gathering, 
containing additional verse, inserted between gatherings G and H. The 
first two leaves of this new gathering are signed G 4 and G 5. 
B.M., Harv. 

95 Wits | RECREATIONS. | | Selected from the finest Fancies ) 

1640 of Moderne MUSES. | | [ornament] | LONDON, j Printed by 
R. H. for Humphry Blunden \ at the Castle in Corn-hill 1640. 

Engraved half-title (signed by W. Marshall) : WITTS | RECREATIONS | 
Selected from | the finest Fancies | of Moderne Muses. | = [ WITH \ A 
Thousand \ out Landish Proverbs. 

The half-title is in the central panel of an elaborately engraved plate, in the 
lowest panel of which is the engraved imprint: London. Printed for Humph: 
Blunden at y e Castle in Corn-hill. \ 164.0. 

8. 5 leaves, B-L 8 , M 4 , Aa-Cc, A-D 8 , E 3 . Half-title, verso blank; title, 
verso blank; explanation of half-title, i p. ; i p. blank; dedication, to 
Francis Newport, Esq., signed Humphry Blunden, i p.; i p. blank; pub- 
lisher's preface, in verse, i p. ; i p. blank; text, 165 pp. ; 3 pp. blank; text, 
48 pp. ; text, 69 pp., i p. blank. 

*D 4, *E 4, F 4, G 4, H 3 and L 4 are unsigned: K 3, Bb 2 and 2 E 2 are mis- 
printed R 3, Aa 2 and D 2. 

The last series of signatures has its own title-page (Outlandish Proverbs 
Selected by Mr. G. H., etc.), and probably had a previous independent 
existence. Its contents do not appear in later editions. 
B.M., Bodl. (lacks fourth leaf), Harv. (lacks fourth leaf). 

95 (b) WITS | Recreations. | CONTAINING, \ 630. Epigrams. | 160: 

1641 Epitaphs. | Variety of | Fancies | and \ Fantasticks. | Good for 
melancholly humours. | | [i line of verse, from Martial] | | 
LONDON, | Printed by Thomas Cotes, for Humphry \ Blunden at 
the Castle in | Corn-Hill. 1641. 

* of ' is followed by a bracket embracing the next three words. 
Engraved half-title (signed by W. Marshall) : WITT'S | RECREATIONS | 
Augmented, \ with \ Ingenious | CONCEITES \for the wittie, \ And \ Merrie 
Medecines | for the \ Melancholic. | | See the next Page. \ [imprint, in 
lowest panel, as in 1640 edition, but the date has been erased, and '1641' 
has been added above the engraver's signature]. 

The two panels to the right of the central panel have been entirely changed 
from those of the 1640 edition. In all succeeding editions the subjects of the 

58 



95 (c) 
1645 



engraving follow the edition of 1641, but the plate seems to have been 
re-engraved each time. 

8. 4 leaves, B~X 8 , Y 7 , Z 3 . i p. blank ; explanation of half-title, i p. ; half- 
title, verso blank; title, i p. ; preface, in verse, i p. ; publisher's preface, in 
verse, i p.; i p. blank; text, 339 pp.; i p. blank. 
C 4, E 4 and L 4 are unsigned. 
B.M., BodL, Harv. 

RECREATION | FOR | Ingenious Head-peeces. \ OR, J A Pleasant 

Grove for their Wits ] to walke in, | Of j Epigrams, 630. 

Epitaphs, 180. J Fancies, a number. [ Fantasticks, abundance. 

| Good for Melancholy Humors. | |[i line of verse, from Martial] 
| LONDON, | Printed by R. Cotes for H. B. at the Castle [ in 
Cornehitt, 1645. 

The title is enclosed in a border of ornaments. 'Of is followed by a bracket 

embracing the words from 'Epigrams' through 'abundance*. 

Engraved half-title (signed by W. Marshall) : WITTS j RECREATIONS ] 

refined | <S Augmented, | ... | ... Medicines | . . . [the rest as in the 1641 

edition, except the imprint, which had been cut off in the copy I examined]. 

8. 3 leaves, B-Z 8 , Aa 4 . i p. blank; preface, in verse, i p. ; half-title, verso 

blank ; title, verso blank; publisher's preface, in verse, i p. ; preface to third 

edition, in verse, i p. ; text, 357 pp. ; i p. blank. 

E 4 and X 4 are misprinted B 4 and V 4 : Aa 3 is signed. 

This is an edition of Wits Recreations. 

B.M. 



RECREATION | FOR | Ingenious Head-peece$> \ OR, \ A Pleasant 95 (d) 
Grove for their Wits i to walke in, | Of j Epigrams, 700. | Epitaphs, 1650 



200. | Fancies, a number, 
their Addition, Multiplica- 



Fantasticks, abundance, 
tion, and Division. I 



| With 
[i line of 



verse, from Martial] | | LONDON, \ Printed by M. Simmons, 
and are to be | sold by John Hancock in Popes-head Alley. [ 
1650. 

The title is enclosed in a border of ornaments. 'Of is followed by a bracket 
embracing the words from 'Epigrams' through 'abundance'. 
Engraved half-title (signed by W. Marshall) as in 1645 edition, except for 
imprint in lowest panel: Printed by M. S. sould by I, Hancock in Popes head 
Alley 1650 

8. A-Bb 8 . i p. blank; half-title, i p. ; title, verso blank; preface, in verse, 

i p. ; publisher's preface, in verse, i p. ; text, 394 pp. 

BJVL 

59 



95 (e) RECREATION | FOR \ Ingenious Head-peeces. | OR, A | Pleasant 
1654 Gn>ve | FOR THEIR \ WITS TO WALK IN. | Of \ Epigrams, 700. | 
... | ... Multiplication, | and ... | ... j LONDON, Printed by 
M: Simmons, in | Aldersgate-Street. 1654. 

The title is enclosed in a border, composed of a single line of rule at the 

sides, and of ornaments at the head and foot. It follows that of the 1650 

edition, with the differences indicated. 

Engraved half-title (signed by W. Marshall) as in the 1645 and 1650 

editions, except for the imprint in the lowest panel : Printed by M. S. sould 

by Edw: Archer in Little-Britain 1654 

8. A-Bb 8 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; preface, in verse, 

i p. ; publisher's preface, in verse, i p. ; text, 394 pp. 

This is a new edition : the type has been reset. 

B.M., Library of Congress. 

95 (f) RECREATION | FOR | ... | ... WALK IN. | . . . | With their 
1663 new Addition, Multiplication and Division. | . . . | LONDON, 
Printed by S. Simmons, in \ Aldersgate-s&wtf. 1663. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. It follows that of the 

1654 edition, with the differences indicated. 

Engraved half-title (signed by W. Marshall) as in the preceding editions, 

except for the imprint, in the lowest panel: Printed by M: Symmons and S. 

Symmons, 1663 

8. A~Dd 8 . i p. blank; half-title, i p. ; title, verso blank; preface, in verse, 

i p. ; bookseller's preface, in verse, i p. ; text, 426 pp. 

Dd 2 is unsigned. 

B,M., Bodl. (lacks half-title), Library of Congress. 

95 (g) Recreation, j FOR | Ingenious Head-Pieces: | OR, A | Pleasant 
1667 Grove | FOR THEIR | WITS TO WALK IN, | Of | Epigrams, 700. 
Epitaphs, 200. | Fancies, a number. | Fantasticks, Abundance. 
( With their Addition, Multiplication | and Division. | 
[i line of verse, from Martial] | | LONDON, Printed by 
S. Simmons in | Aldersgate-Stieet, 1667. 

The title is enclosed in a border of 2 lines of rule. 'Of is followed by a 

bracket embracing the words from 'Epigrams' through 'Abundance'. 

Engraved half-title as in the edition of 1663. 

8. A-Dd 8 . i p. blank; half-title, i p. ; title, verso blank; preface, in verse, 

i p. ; bookseller's preface, in verse, i p. ; text, 426 pp. 

This is a new edition: the type has been reset. 

BJVL, Harv. 

60 



Recreation, | FOR | . . . 95 (h) 

Another issue of the same edition: the title-page is from the same setting I ^7 

of type, with the following alteration in the imprint: . . . Simmons, and ( are 

to be sold by Thomas Helder, at the Angel in | Little Britain, 1667. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

Engraved half-title as in the edition of 1663. 

B.M., Harv. 

Recreation | For Ingenious Head-Pieces: | OR, | A Pleasant 95 (i) 

GROVE | FOR THEIR | WITS to Walk in. j OF j Epigrams 700. J 1683 

Epitaphs 200. | Fancies a Number, j Fantasticks Abundance. ] With 

their Addition, Multiplication, | and Division. | ALSO | Variety of 

New Songs Alamode, | AND | LETTERS upon several Occasions, 

both Serious and Jocose. | Now newly added to this Impression. 

j London, Printed for John Hancock, at the Three Bibles \ over 

against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, 1683 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Engraved half-title as in the preceding editions, except for the imprint in 

the lower margin: London Printed for John Hancock 1683 

12. A-N 12 , O 6 . Engraved title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; title, p. [3]; blank, p. 

[4] ; preface, in verse, p. [5] ; publisher's preface, in verse, p. [6] ; text, pp. 

7-144, 143-322. 

C 4 is misprinted C 3 : C 5, D 5, E 3, E 4 and E 5 are unsigned. Pp. 14, 21 

and 46 are misnumbered i, 22 and 44. 

Harv. 

*% The collection was reprinted by T. Park in Musarum DelicicB, 1817, 

which was reprinted by J. C. Hotten in 1874. 

EVCHARISTICA | OXONIENSIA .\IN\ EXOPTATISSIMVM 96 

& AVSPICATISSIMVM | CAROLI | MAGN^E BRITANNIA 1641 
FRANCIS & HIBERNI^E &c. | SERENISSIMI & CLEMENTIS- 
SIMI I REGIS NOSTRI I E SCOTIA Reditum | Gratulatoria. \ 
[ornament] | OXONIM \ Excudebat LEON. LICHFIELD Aca- 
demic | Typographies. 1641. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. A, B, a-c, a-c 4 , d 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed Jo. 
Prideaux, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 64 pp. 

d 2 and the third leaf of every gathering except *a are signed : A 2 is unsigned. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and English. The English 
verse begins on 2 A i r . 
B.M. 

6l 



96 (b) EVCHARISTICA | OXONIENSIA. \ . . . 

4 This is a reissue of the book just described, with the addition of three 
gatherings: C 4 , D 2 , containing verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew, are in- 
serted after gathering B, and A 4 , containing English verse, is inserted before 
gathering 2 a. C 3 is unsigned. 

Madan 965. 

BJVL, Bodl., Yalef, Harv. (lacks leaf *b 2). 

97 IRENODIA | Cantabrigiensis : | Ob paciferum Serenissimi Regis | 
1641 CAROLI | e SCOTIA reditum| Mense Novembri \ 1641. | ISA. 58. 

12. | Et vocaberis instaumtor rupturcz. \ PSAL. 147. 14. | Posuit fines 
tuos pacem. \ | MDCXLL [ Chronogramma bipartitum. \ QVse 
DeVs Ita ConlVnXIt anatheMa sit | qVIsqVIs separat. | What 
goD hath thVs knit together CVrseD be he \ Who pVts asVnDer. \ 
| Ex Officina ROGERI DANIEL, Almse Academise | Typo- 
graphi. 1641. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

40. If, A-K 4 , IA Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed R. Holds- 
worth, 3 pp. ; text, 87 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, 'Anglo- and Scoto- 
Saxon* and English. The English poems begin on K i r . 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. (lacks leaf L, 2). 

98 HPOTEAEIA | ANGLO-BATAVA | Pan \ Plusquam Virgineo, | 
1641 GVILIELMO Arausii, \ & \ MARINE Britanniarum, I ACA- 

DEMIA | OXONIENSI | Procurante. | [ornament] 1 OXONIJE, I 
Excudebat LEONADUS LICHFIELD ) An. Dom. MDCXLI. 

The words from 'GVILIELMO 1 through * Britanniarum 1 are enclosed in 
a pair of brackets. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. ^l 4 , <HT 2 , A-D 4 , E 3 , a, b 4 , c 3 . Title, verso blank; address to Prince 
William of Orange, signed Christophorus Potter, vice-chancellor, 2 pp, ; 
text, 64 pp. 
1J1T 2, E 2 and the third leaf of every gathering except D are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Armenian, French, 
German and English. The English poems begin on a i r . 

B.M., Bodl. 

62 



IIPOTEAEIA j ANGLOBATAVA \ . . . | . . LEONARDUS LICH- 98 (b) 

FIELD, 1 ... 1641 

This is a reissue of the book just described, with the errors in the imprint 

corrected. 

Madan 964, 964*. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef, Harv. 

Good and True, | Fresh and New j Christmas Carols J [6 lines of 99 

English verse] | [ornament] | Printed at London by E. P. for 1642 

Francis Coles, | dwelling in the Old-Baily. 1642. 

12. A 8 , B 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 22 pp. 

B 3 is signed. 

The text is in black letter. 

BodL 

Musarum Oxoniensium I EHIBATHPIA j Serenissimse Reginarum j 100 

MARINE I EX | BAT AVI A FELICITER \ REDUCI | PubUco 1643 
Voto D. D. D. | [ornament] | OXONIM \ Excudebat LEONARDUS 
LICHFIELD | Academic Typographies. 1643. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

40. A 4 , Aa 2 , B, C, A 4 , Aa 2 , B-D 4 . Title, verso blank; addresses to the King 
and Queen (Charles I and Henrietta Maria), signed Jo. Tolson, vice-chan- 
cellor, 2 pp. ; text, 60 pp. 

1 Aa 2, 2 Aa 2 and the third leaf of every gathering are signed : D 2 is un- 
signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, French and English. The poems 
in the modern languages begin on 2 A i r . 
Madan 1418. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

VERSES | ON THE DEATH OF | the Right Valiant | $*BEVILL 101 

GRENVILL, | KNIGHT. | Who was slaine by the Rebells, on | 1643 

LANDSDOWN-hill neare Bath, \ Inly. 5. 1643. | | [2 lines of 

verse, from Virgil] | | [ornament] | | Printed, 1643. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

40. A 4 , B 3 , C 4 , C 2 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-19, 18-22. 

A 3, B 3 and C 3 are signed : 2 C i is signed C 3. 

Madan gives Oxford as the place of printing (Madan 1436). 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

6 3 



101 (b) VERSES | ... | ... Rebels, on | . . . | Printed in the Yeare, 1644. 

1044 xhe title is enclosed in an ornamental border. It follows that of the 1643 
edition, with the differences indicated. 

4. A, B 4 , C 2 . Title, verso blank, text, pp. 1-17; i p. blank. 

A 3 and B 3 are signed. 

Harv. 

101 (c) VERSES | BY | The University of OXFORD. \ On the Death of 
1684 the Most Noble, and Right | Valiant Sir Bevill Grenvill, alias Gran- 
mil, Kt. | Who was Slain by the Rebells at the Battle on Lansdown- 
Hill, near Bathe, July the 5. 1643. | | [2 lines of verse, from 
Virgil] | | [ornament] | | Printed at Oxford in the Year of our 
Lord, 1643. j and now Reprinted at London, 1684. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. 2 leaves, A~G 4 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; dedi- 
cation, to John, Earl of Bath, signed Henry Birkhead, 8 pp. ; text, pp. 1-48. 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks frontispiece). 

102 LACHRYM^E MUSARUM ; | The Tears of the MUSES: j Exprest 

1649 in | ELEGIES ; | WRITTEN | By divers persons of Nobility and 
Worth, | Upon the death of the most hopefull, | [mourning band] | 
Henry Lord Hastings, \ [mourning band] | Onely Sonn of the Right 
Honourable | FERDINANDO Earl of Huntingdon \ Heir-generall 
of the high-born Prince | GEORGE Duke of Clarence, \ Brother to 
King EDWARD the fourth. | Collected and set forth by R. B. | 
[iline of verse, from Horace] | | London, Printed by Tho. Newcomb. 
1649. 

The title is enclosed in a mourning border. 

8. A-F 8 , G 4 . 3 pp. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, i p.; list of authors, 

i p. ; text, pp, 1-74, 77-98 ; 2 pp. blank. 

The following pages are misnumbered : 10 (8), 68 (70), 69 (71), 72 (74) and 

73 (75) - 

The copy in the British Museum has a folding plate, with an epitaph on 

Lord Hastings, inserted before leaf A 4. 

B.M., Bodl. 

102 (b) LACHRYM^ MUSARUM; | . . . MUSES ; | . . . | . . . Hastings \ 

1650 ... | ... high born ... | ... | London, Printed by T. N. and are to 



be sold j by John Holden, at the blue Anchor in the J New Exchange. 
1650. 

The title is enclosed in a mourning border. It follows that of the issue of 
1649, with the differences indicated. 

This is a reissue of the book just described, with the following alterations: 
The title-page is a cancel: the list of authors on the verso has been ex- 
panded, and a note has been added. Leaves F i and F 2 have been cancelled : 
the poem by Marvell which they contained has been reprinted on two 
leaves, without signatures or pagination, which are inserted after leaf C 8. 

B.M., Yale (lacks A i-A 3), Harv. 

The Loves of | HERO ] AND | LEANDER. j A mock Poem: j 103 
WITH | Marginal! Notes, and other choice Peices | OF j DROL- 1651 
LERY. | Got by heart, and often repeated by divers | witty Gentle- 
men and Ladies, that use | to walke in the New Exchange, and at 
their j Recreations in Hide Park. \ | Ut Nectar Ingenium. \ | 
Printed at London, 1651. 

8. i leaf, B-D 8 , E 6 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-59; i p. blank. 

P. 57 is misnumbered 75. 

B.M. 

The Loves of j HERO | AND | LEANDER: | A mock Poem: | 103 (b) 
WITH | Marginal Notes, and other choice Pieces | OF | DROL- 1653 
LERY. | Got by heart, and often repeated by divers j witty Gentle- 
men and Ladies, that use | to walk in the New Exchange, and at 
their re-| creations in Hide Park. \ \Ut Nectar Ingenium. \ | 
Printed at London, 1653. 

8. i leaf, B-D 8 , E 6 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-59; i p. blank. 
E 2 is signed E 3. Pp. 15 and 23 are misnumbered 53 and 33. 
See Book 105 (d). 
B.M., Bodl. 

The Loves of | HERO | AND | LEANDER: | . . . | WITH \ Mar- 103 (c) 
ginall ... | ... | ... Gentlemen, . . . use to | walk . . . 1653 

The title follows that of the other edition of 1653, with the differences 
indicated. 

8. A-D 8 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-59; i p. blank. 
Harv. 

65 K 



103 (d) OVID 
1662 LOVE 



DE | ARTE AMANDI, | AND THE | REMEDY OF 
ENGLISHED. I As also the Loves of Hero & Leander, 



A mock-Poem. | Together with Choice Poems, and rare \ pieces of 

Drollery. \ [ornament] | LONDON, | Printed in the Year 1662. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. i leaf, A-C 12 , D 10 , E, F 12 , G 6 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-152. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

A 4 is unsigned : F 3 and F 4 are misprinted F 4 and F 3. 

Harv. 

103 (e) OVID | DE | ARTE AMANDI, | . . . | REMEDY of LOVE | 
1662 ENGLISHED | . . . Lovs . . . Leanderr, | . . . | LONDON, | . . . 

The title follows that of the other edition of 1662, with the differences 

indicated. 

12. i leaf, A-E 12 , F 8 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-79, 3 pp., 82, 80-99, 

96-128. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

D 3-D 5 and E 2-E 4 are unsigned: F 5 is signed: D 3 V is signed D 2. The 

following pages are misnumbered : 2 82 (85), 83 (86), 86 (90), 87 (91), 90 (94), 

91 (95), 298 (102), 2 99 (103), 102 (106), 103 (107), 106 (no), 107 (in), no 

(114), in (115). 

The title-page appears to be a cancel, and two of the bastard titles are dated 

1667, indicating that this edition is at least five years younger than it 

purports to be. 

B.M. (lacks D 5, a blank leaf), Bodl. 

103 (f) OVID | DE | ARTE AMANDI, | AND THE | REMEDY of LOVE | 
1672 ENGLISHED. | As also the LOVES of | Hero & Leander | A 
Mock-Poem: | Together with Choice Poems, and Rare | Pieces of 
Drollery. | [ornament] | LONDON, \ Printed in the Year, 1672. 

12. A~F 12 , G 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; text, pp. 

1-152. 

Pp. 45 and 51 are misnumbered 43 and 34. 

Bodl. (lacks frontispiece: title-page mutilated), Harv. 

103 (g) OVID | DE | ARTE AMANDI, | And the | REMEDY of LOVE | 
1677 ENGLISHED. | As also the LOVES of | Hero & Leander, | A mock 
POEM: | Together with Choice Poems, and Rare Pieces | of Drol- 
lery. | [ornament] | LONDON, \ Printed in the Year, 1677. 
12. A~F 12 , G 6 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; text, pp. 1-152. 
B.M., Bodl. 

66 



OVID 1 DE 1 ARTE AMANDI, 1 And the j REMEDY of LOVE [ 103 (fa) 

ENGLISHED. | As also the LOVES of | Hero & Leander, | A mock 1682 
POEM: | Together with Choice Poems, and Rare | Pieces of Drol- 
lery. | [ornament] j LONDON, \ Printed in the Year, MDCLXXXII. 

12. A 2-A 12, B-F 12 , G 6 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-152. 
Harv. 



OVID | DE I ARTE AMANDI, \ AND THE 
ENGLISHED. \ I As also the LOVES of 



REMEDY of LOVE 
Hero and Leander: 



103 (i) 
1705 



A Mock Poem. | Together with Choice Poems, and | Rare Pieces of 

Drollery. [ | LONDON. \ Printed in the Year, MDCCV. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A-F 12 , G 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; text, pp. 

1-152. 

D 5 is unsigned: F 5 is signed F y. 

B.M. 

Newes from the Dead, j OR | A TRUE AND EXACT | Narration 104 
of the miraculous j deliverance of j ANNE GREENE, \ Who being 1651 
Executed at OXFORD De-|cemb. 14. 1650. afterwards revived; 
and | by the care of certain Physitians there, | is now perfectly re- 
covered. | Together with the manner of her Suffering, and the j 
particular meanes used for her Recovery. \ Written by a Scholler in 
OXFORD for the | Satisfaction of a friend, who desired to be | 
informed concerning the truth | of the businesse. \ Whereunto are 
prefixed certain Poems, casually | written upon that Subject. \ | 
OXFORD, | Printed by LEONARD LICHFIELD, for | THO 
ROBINSON. A. D. 1651. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 
40. A, B, B 4 , C 1 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-14, i-io. 
A 3 is signed on the verso. P. 3 is mismimbered 2. 
Madan 2158. 
Yalef, Harv. (lacks leaf C i). 

Newes from the Dead. | . . . | Whereunto are added . . . 104 (b) 

This is a reissue of the book just described. It differs only in the alteration 1651 
of one word on the title-page. 
Bodl. 

6 7 



104 (c) Newes from the Dead. | ... | ... Subject. \ | The Second Impres- 
1651 sion with Additions. | | OXFORD, | ... | ... ROBINSON . . D. 
1651. 

This is a new edition, although the title-page seems to be from the same 

setting of type (with revisions) as that of the first edition. 

The title follows that of the second issue of the first edition, with the 

differences indicated. 

4. A-D 4 , E 2 . Title, verso blank ; text, pp. 1-14, 5-22 ; 2 pp. blank. 

P. 29 is misnumbered 16. 

Madan 2160. 

BodL, Yalef. 

104 (d) Newes from the Dead. | ... | ... certain hysitians . . . 

1651 The title follows that of the issue just described, with the difference indi- 
cated. The book is in all other respects like that issue. 
Madan 2161. 
Bodl. 

104 (e) Newes from the Dead. | ... | ... certain hysitians . . . | . . . | . . , 
1651 certain oems, ... | ... Subject. \ j The Second Impression 

Enlarged. I I OXFORD, | raited by LEONARD LICE- 
FIELD, for | THO. ROBINSON. . D. 1651. 

The title follows that of the second issue of the first edition, with the 

differences indicated. The book is in all other respects like the first issue of 

the second edition, except that the leaves of gathering C are bound in 

reverse order. 

Madan 2162. 

Bodl. 

*** The collection was reprinted by J. Morgan in Phoenix Britannicus , 1732. 

105 CERTAIN | VERSES | WRITTEN | By severaU of the | Authors 
1653 Friends ; | TO BE I RE-PRINTED | WITH THE | Second Edition I 

OF | GONDIBERT. \ | LONDON, \ Printed in the Year, 1653. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

8. A 8 , B 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-24. 

B.M. 

105 (b) CERTAIN | VERSES j . . . 

1653 The title follows that of the preceding book, the only difference being that 
an ordinary italic capital D, instead of a swash capital, is used in 'LONDON ' 

68 



in the imprint. The title and all of the book have been reset, and different 
founts have been used. It is impossible to tell which is the prior edition : one 
is probably a piracy. The collation of both volumes is the same. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

CERTAIN ] VERSES | . . . | LONDON | . . . 105 (c) 

The title follows that of the edition first described, with the difference ^53 
indicated: the D in 'LONDON' is an ordinary, not a swash capital. The 
book has been entirely reset. The collation is like that of the two editions 
previously described. 
Harv. 

CERTAIN I VERSES I ... I Authours ... | ... | GONDIBERT. 105 (d) 
WITH | HERO and LEANDER \ the mock Poem : | J LONDON, 1653 
Printed in the Year, 1653. 
8. A, B 8 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-30. 
A 3 is unsigned. 

On p. 15 there is a bastard title: THE | Incomparable Poem \ GONDI- 
BERT. \ VINDICATED | . . . 

In the copy in the British Museum the book is preceded by a copy of one of 
the 1653 editions of The Loves of Hero and Leander (Book 103 (b)). The two 
were intended to form a made-up miscellany, as is apparent from the title- 
page of Certain Verses. 
B.M. 

MUSARUM | OXONIENSIVM | *EAAIO$OPfA. | SIVE, \ Ob 106 
Fsedera, Auspiciis I SERENISSIMI | OLIVERI | Retyub. Ang. Scot. 1654 
6* Hiber. \ DOMINI PROTECTORIS, | Inter Rempub. Britanni- 
cam & Ordines \ F&deratos Belgii Faeliciter ( STABILITA, [Gentis 
Togatse ad vada Isidis | Celeusma Metricum. \ | OXONLE, | 
Excudebat Leonardus Lichfield Academiae | Typographus 1654. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. A-IA Title, verso blank; dedication, to Cromwell, signed Jo. Owen, 
vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-68, 89-104. 

C 3, 3, G 3 and I 3 are signed: in some copies H 2 is misprinted G 2. In 
some copies pp. 30, 31, 34 and 35 are misnumbered 50, 51, 54 and 55. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Old English, Welsh, 
French and English. 
Madan 2243. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. (lacks leaves C 3, C 4 and E i). 

6 9 



107 OLIVA | PACIS. | Ad \ Illustrissimum Celsissimumq ; | OLIVE- 

1654 RUM, | Reipub. Angliae, Scotiae, & Hibernias | Dominum Protec- 
tor em; | DE PACE | Cum Feeder atis Belgis feliciter sancita, \ 
Carmen | CANTABRIGIENSE. \ | CANTABRIGIM; \ Ex 
celeberrimse Academiae Typographeo. | Anno Dom. 1654. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. ^ f, A 4 , a 2 , B-G 4 , H 2 . Title, verso blank ; addresses to Cromwell and the 

University, signed La[zams] Seaman, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 68 pp. 

a 2 and the third leaf of every gathering except ^ are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

B.M., Bodl. 

108 THE | English Treasury | OF | WIT and LANGUAGE, | COL- 

1655 LECTED | Out of the most, and best | of our English | DRAM- 
MATICK POEMS; | Methodically digested into | COMMON 
PLACES | For Generall Use. | | By | JOHN COTGRAVE Gent. | 

| Varietas delectat, Certitudo Prodest. \ | LONDON, \ Printed 
for Humphrey Moseley, and are J to be sold at his Shop at the sign 
of the | Princes Armes in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1655, 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. 4 leaves, B-U 8 , X 4 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed John Cot- 
grave, 4 pp. ; index, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-3ii ; i p. blank. 
Pp. 26 and 292 are misnumbered 12 and 892: in some copies p. 6 is un- 
numbered and p. 169 is misnumbered 199. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

109 THE | MARROW | OF | COMPLEMENTS. | OR, \ A most 
1655 Methodicall and accu-|rate forme of Instructions for all Va-(riety 

of Love-Letters, Amorous Dis-| courses, and Complementall En-| 
tertainements. | Fitted for the use of all sorts of persons from | the 
Noblemans Palace to the | Artizans Shop. | With many delightfull 
Songs, Sonnetts, \ Odes, Dialogues, &c. \ Never before published. | 

| LONDON, | Printed for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be | sold 
at his shop at the Princes Armes in St. Pauls \ Church-yard. 1655. 
The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

12. A-H 12 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed Philomusus, 2 pp.; text, 

pp. [i]-i82; glossary, pp. 183-188. 

B 4, C 4 and D 5 are unsigned : F 2 is misprinted F 3. Pp. 20, 37, 38 and 39 

are numbered in the wrong corner. 

B.M., Bodl. 

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WITS INTERPRETER, | THE ) ENGLISH PARNASSUS. \ 110 
OR, | A sure Guide to those Admirable Accomplishments that 1655 
cpmpleat pur English Gentry, in | the most acceptable Qualifica- 
tions of Discourse, or | Writing. \ In which briefly the whole Mystery 
of those plea-|sing Witchcrafts of Eloquence and Love are made 
easie | in the following Subjects. | [2 columns of contents, divided by 
a double line of rule] | As also an Alphabetical! Table of the first 
Devisers of | Sciences and other Curiosities ; All which are collected 
with In-jdustry and Care, for the benefit and delight of those that 
love in-jgenious Enterprises. | | By J. C. | | Trahit sua quern- 
que voluptas. | | LONDON, \ Printed for N: Brooke, at the Angel 
in Cornhill, 1655. 

8. A 2-A 8, B-M, O-Ee 8 , Ff 4 , Aa-Hli 8 . Title, verso blank ; preface, signed 
I[ohn] a C[otgrave]. 6pp.; bookseller's preface, signed Nath. Brooke, 2 pp.; 
book-list of Nath. Brooke, 4 pp.; text, pp. 1-175; * P- blank; text, pp. 
1-160, 261-345; i p blank; half-title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-128. 
T 2 and 2 Aa 2 are misprinted T and B 2 : in some copies 2 Dd 3 is misprinted 
D 3 and H 6 is signed H 3. L 3, *Bb 3, l Dd 4, x Ee 4, 2 Aa 3, 2 Aa 4, 2 Bb 3, 
2 Bb 4, Gg 4 and, in some copies, H 3 and H 4 are unsigned. The following 
pages are misnumbered: ^4 (75), 175 (74), *86 (84), 187 (85), igo (88), igi 
(89), X 94 (92), *95 (93). Il2 5 (225), 2 37 (39), 274 (272), 281 (101), 286 (386), 
297 (197), 3 37 (17). Pp. 318 and 319 are numbered in the wrong corner. 
B.M., Harv. (lacks leaf Ff i). 

WITS INTERPRETER, | ... | ... Gentry, | in ... Discourse or | 110 (b) 
... 1 ... those | pleasing . . . Love, are made j easie . . . Subjects: 1662 
viz. I . . . | . . . Alphabetical ... | ... | ... Enterprises. | j The 
2d Edifton with many new Additions, By /. C. | | Trahet sua 
quemque voluptas. | ( London, Printed for N. Brook, at the Angel 
in Corn~\hill 9 near the Royal Exchange. 1662. 
The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
8^. A, C-Bb, aa*, bb 4 , Cc-Kk 8 , LF. i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, 
verso blank; preface, signed J[ohn] C[otgrave], 7 pp.; i p. blank; pub- 
lisher's preface, signed Nath. Brook, 4 pp.; text, pp. [i]-392, 369-496; 
book-list of Nathaniel Brook, foot of p. 496, 14 pp. 
P. 239 is misnumbered 237. 

The catchword at the foot of A 8 V is ' THE ' (incorrect) : there may have been 
a gathering B, possibly containing a table of contents. 
Harv. 

WITS INTERPRETER: | THE | ENGLISH PARNASSUS. | 110 (c) 
OR, | A sure Guide to those Admirable Ac-|complishments that 1671 

71 



compleat our English \ Gentry, in the most acceptable Qualifica- 
tions of | Discourse or Writing. \ In which briefly the whole Mystery 
of those | pleasing Witchcrafts of Eloquence and Love, are | made 
easie in the following Subjects: viz. \ [2 columns of contents 
divided by a pair of brackets, reversed] | As also an Alphabetical 
Table of the first Devisers of | Sciences and other Curiosities ; All 
which are collected with | Industry and Care, for the benefit and 
delight of those that | love ingenious Enterprises. | | The 3d 
Edition with many new Additions, by /. C. \ | Trahit sua 
quemque voluptas. \ | LONDON, | Printed for N. Brook, at the 
Angel in Cornhill, and | | MDCLXXI. 

8. A, C-L1 8 , Mm 4 , i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; 

preface, signed J[ohn] C[otgrave], 7 pp. ; i p. blank; publisher's preface, 

signed N[athaniel] B[rook], 4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-520. 

Ee3 and Hh 4 are unsigned: Gg i is signed G. The following pages are 

misnumbered: 92 (62), 337 (137), 338 (138), 339 (139), 4*3 (45)> 43^ (420). 

As in the second edition, the catchword at the foot of A 8 V is ' THE ' 

(incorrect). 

Yale. 

111 Choyce \ DROLLERY: | SONGS & SONNETS. | BEING \ A Col- 
1656 lection of divers excel-jlent pieces of Poetry, | OF \ Severall 

eminent Authors. | | Never before printed. \ | [ornament] | | 
LONDON, | Printed by /. G. for Robert Pollard, at the | Ben- 
Johnson's head behind the Ex-| change, and John Sweeting, at the | 
Angel in Popes-head Alley. | 1656. 

8. A 2 , B-G 8 , H 2 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed R[obert] Pfollard], 

2 pp. ; text, pp. i-ioo. 

P. 12 is misnumbered 10. 

Bodl. 

The collection was reprinted by J. W. Ebsworth, Boston, 1876. 

112 CUPIDS | MASTER-PIECE | OR, \ The Free-School of Witty and | 
? 1656 Delightful Complements. | BEING, | The Art of Love Refined: and 

augmented] | with divers new, pleasant and delightful com[ple-]| 
ments and discourses of Love. With sundry p[lea-J|sant and 
amorous Songs and Sonnets. As also [Po-]|sies for Rings, Hand 
kerchiefs, Gloves, and o[ther] | things, for benefit and delight of 
young Men [and] | Maids. With divers other pretty fancies and 

72 



[fan-]|tasies, full of Delight and variety of Wit. j [ornament] j 
( [2 lines of English verse] I j London, Printed for John 
Andrews, at the White [Lyon] | at the Upper end of the Old-Baily. | 



8. A 8 , B 4 . A, in a factotum, i p.; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; 

text, 20 pp. (incomplete). 

B 3 is signed : the text breaks off abruptly at the foot of B 4 V . 

The text is partly in black letter. 

The title-page of the Bodleian copy is shaved at the side and the bottom, 
but the upper parts of a one and two sixes in the date are quite clear. 
According to H. R. Plomer, Dictionary of Printers and Booksellers, 1641-67, 
John Andrews published at the sign of the White Lion from 1654 to 1663, 
leaving part of his property, on his death in 1663, to a son John, who does 
not appear in the Dictionary as a bookseller. I have therefore conjecturally 
dated this book 1656. 
Bodl. 

CUPID's | Master-piece | OR | The Free-School of Witty | and 112 (b) 
delightful Complements, j BEING \ The Art of Love Refined and 1685 
Augmented | with divers new, pleasant, and delightful | comple- 
ments and discourses of Love. | With sundry pleasant and amorous 
songs | and sonnets. As also, Posies for Rings, | Handkerchiefs, 
Gloves, and other things | for benefit and delight of youngmen and | 
Maids. | With other pretty fancies and fantasies, full | of delight 
and Variety of Wit. | | [Two lines of verse] | | [ornament] j 
Printed by H. B. for /. Clark, W. Thackeray \ and T. Passinger. 
1685. 

8. A 8 , B 4 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; text, 20 pp. 
The text, which is partly in black letter, is complete. 
Magdalene College, Cambridge f. 

Parnassus Biceps. | OR \ Sever all Choice Pieces \ OF | POETRY, | 113 
Composed by the best WITS I that were in both the | Univer- 1656 
sities | BEFORE THEIR | DISSOLUTION. | | With an Epistle 
in the behalf e of \ those now doubly secluded and sequestred \ Mem- 
bers, by One who himselfe is none. \ | LONDON: \ Printed for 
George Eversden at the Signe | of the Maidenhead in St. Pauls \ 
Church-yard. 1656. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

73 L 



8. A-L 8 , M 2 . Title, verso blank ; preface, signed Ab[raham] Wright, 14 pp. ; 

text, pp. 1-163 ; I P- blank. 

Pp. 90-96 are misnumbered 91-97. 

Madan 2294. 

B.M., Harv. 

The collection was reprinted by G. Thorn-Drury, 1927. 

114 WIT j AND | DROLLERY, | JOVIAL POEMS. | Never before 
1656 Printed. | | By Sir /. M. Ja: S. Sir W. D. J. D. \ and other 
admirable WITS. \-\Ut Nectar Ingenium. \ LONDON, \ Printed 
for NATH: BROOK, at the | Angel in Cornhil, 1656. 

8. A 4 , B-G 8 , H 4 , G-M 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Edward Pepes, 
Esq., signed J. P., 2 pp. ; preface, signed J. P., 3 pp. ; i p. blank; text/pp, 
1-104, 65-160. 

A 3 and a H 3 are signed : *G 3 is unsigned : *G 2 and X G 4 are misprinted 
F 2 and F 4. The pages of the inner forme of gathering X G are misnumbered 
80, 81, 84, etc,, instead of 82, 83, 86, etc. 
B.M. 

114 (b) Wit and Drollery, | JOVIALL POEMS: \ Corrected and much 
1661 amended, with | ADDITIONS, \ By Sir /. M. Ja. S. Sir W. ~ 
/. D. and the ' 

Ingenium. \ 

Brook t at the Angel in | Cornhil, 1661. 

8. A2-A4, B-G 8 , H 4 , H-T 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed E. M., 

4 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-iO4, 97263 ; book-list of Nathanael Brook, 24 pp. ; 
i p. blank. 

5 4 is unsigned: A 3, 1 H 3 and 1 H 4 are signed. Pp. 81 and 91 are misnum- 
bered 65 and 89: p. 55 is numbered in the wrong corner: in some copies 
p. 249 is unnumbered. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

114 (c) WIT | AND | DROLLERY. | Jovial Poems. | | Corrected and 
1682 Amended, with New | Additions. | j Ut Nector Ingenium. \ = | 
LONDON, | Printed for Obadiah Blagrave, at the Bear in [ St. Pauls 
Church-Yard, 1682. 

8. 4 leaves, A-Y 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp. ; book-list of Obadiah 

Blagrave, 4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-352. 

A 4 and, in some copies, F 4 are unsigned: M 4 is misprinted M 3. Pp. 350 

and 351 are transposed. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

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most refined Wits of the Age. | | Ut Nectar 
[ornament] | | LONDON, \ Printed for Nath: 



The English JPAKNASSUS: | OR, | A HELPE | TO j English 115 
Poesie. | Containing j" A short I^tation of ^t jftrt ?> | A COLLEC- l6 57 
TION'I Of all Rhyming Monosyllables, | The choicest Epithets, 
and Phrases: | With some | General Forms upon all Occasions, 
Subjects,''] '"and Theams, Alphabetically digested J | By "jOSUA 
POOLE. "MA. Clare Hall Camb. \ | London, Printed for Tho. 
'johnsoni at the golden Key [ in St. Pauls Church-yard. 1657. 

Second title-page: The English | PARNASSUS: | . . . [ Containing A COL- 
LECTION | Of all ... | ... | ... Camb. \ | Together with | A short 
Institution to English Poe-|sie, by way of PREFACE. ( | London, . . . 
The second title-page is printed entirely in black : in wording it follows the 
first title-page, with the differences indicated. 

8. A, a, B-Ss 8 , Tt 4 . Title, verso blank; second title, verso blank; dedica- 
tion, to Francis Atkinson, signed Josua Poole, 3 pp. ; i p. blank ; proem, 
10 pp. ; preface, signed J. D., 14 pp. ; text, pp. 1-288, 239-597; i p. blank. 
I 4, V 3 and, in some copies, D 3 are unsigned : Ff 4 is misprinted F 4. P. 42 
is unnumbered. The following pages are misnumbered: 82 (2), 87 (8), 109 
(609), 226 (100), 227 (228), 231 (99), 383 (833) : in some copies p. 82 is un- 
numbered and p. 506 is misnumbered 576. 

The British Museum copy is the only one I have seen which contains both 
title-pages, although the Bodleian Library and Harvard possess examples 
of both in different volumes. 
B.M., BodL, Yale (second title-page only), Harv. 

The English | PARNASSUS: | Or a Help to | English Poesie. | 115 (b) 
Containing a COLLECTION j of all the ^ythrning ^Mono^Uables, | l6 77 
The choicest Epithets and Phrases. | With some | General Forms 
upon all Occasions, Subjects, | and Themes, Alphabetically di- 
gested. | "| W JOSUA '"POOLE, W^K7ciare Hall Camb. \ \ 
Together with | A short institution to English | Poesie, by way of 
PREFACE. | | LONDON'j]"^^ Z^ omas 

Bassettr] and John'Wright. 1677. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A, a, B-Ss 8 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; dedi- 
cation to Francis Atkinson, signed Josuah Pool, 4 pp. ; proem, 10 pp. ; 
preface, signed J. D., 14 pp.; text, pp. 1-639; i p. blank. 
Oo 3 is unsigned. The pages of the inner forme of gathering X are misnum- 
bered 292, 289, 296, 293, 300, 297, 304, 301 :in some copiesp. 9yis unnumbered. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

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1 16 D. HENRICI SAVILII | rov ^Kapirov, I ORATIO, | Coram Regina | 
1658 ELIZABETHA \ OXONI^E habita; | Alkeque Doctiss; Virorum 

Opellse | posthumse, ex ipsis Authorum Auto|graphis desumptse, 
quarum Syllabum | sequens pagina Lectori exhibet. | | [device, 
McKerrow 379, recut, and A H voided] | | OXONIM, \ Typis 
Academic LICHFIELDIANIS, | Anno CIO. IOC. LVIII. 

4. 4 leaves, B-E 4 , F 2 . Title, verso blank ; publisher's preface, 4 pp. ; table, 

i p. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-34; 2 pp. blank. 

Pp, 17, 20, 21 and 24 are misnumbered 19, 18, 23 and 22. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and English. 

Madan 2369. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale. 

117 MUSARUM | CANTABRIGIENSIUM | Lucius & Gmtulatio; \ Ille 
1658 In Funere \ OLI VERI | Anglise, Scotiae, & Hibernise | Protectoris ; 

Hsec de | RICARDI | Successione Felicissima, \ Ad Eundem. | = 

CANTABRIGIM: \ Excudebat JOANNES FIELD, Alm^ 

Academiae Typographic, 1658. | Apud quem Londini prostant ac 

insigne septem stellarum e regione | Templi Dunstano sacri in vico 

vulgo vocato Fleet-street. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. 2 leaves, *, A-H 4 . Title, verso blank; address to Richard Cromwell, 

signed Jos. Hill and Johan. Luke, proctors, i p. ; i p. blank; text, 72 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and English. The English 

verse begins on leaf G 3. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

117 (b) MUSARUM | CANTABRIGIENSIUM | Luctus & Gratulatio: 
1658 ILLE | IN FUNERE \ QLIVERI | Anglise, Scotise, <& Hibernise t 

Protectoris; \ H^EC I De RICARDI I successione felicissima I AD 

EUNDEM. | = | CANTABRIGIM: \ Apud JOANNEM FIELD, 

Almae | Academise Typographum. 1658. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is the same book as the preceding: the title-page is a cancel. 

Bodl. 

118 THE | MYSTERIES | OF | Love and Eloquence, | Or, the ARTS 
1658 of | Wooing and Complementing; | As they are managed in the 

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Spring Garden, Hide Park, \ the New Exchange, and oilier eminent 
places. | A Work, in which are drawn to the Life, the Deport-|ments 
of the most accomplisht Persons, the mode of their Courtly | Enter- 
tainments, Treatments of their Ladies at Balls, their ac-fcustom'd 
Sports, DroHes and Fancies, the Witchcrafts of their j perswasive 
Language, in their Approaches, or other more Secret j Dispatches. ' 
To compleat the young Practitioners of Love and Courtship, these 
following conducing Helps are chiefly insisted on. | [list of con- 
tents, ii lines] | | London, Printed for IV. Brooks, at the Angel 
in Cornhitt, 1658. 
The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

8. A 8 , a 4 , B~N, n, O-Bb 8 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; 
preface, signed Efdward] P[hillips], 7 pp.; dedication, to 'the cruel fair 
ones', signed E[dward] Ppaillips], 7 pp. ; preface, 5 pp. ; errata, i p. ; text, 
pp. 1-192, 177-288, 1-70; table of contents, 12 pp.; book-list of Nathaniel 
Brooks, 13 pp. ; i p. blank. 

a 3 is signed: Y 4 is unsigned. Pp. 2 i86, 2 i87 and 248 are misnumbered 187, 
1 86 and 20. 
B.M. 

THE j MYSTERIES | OF | LOVE & ELOQUENCE, | ... | A ng (b) 

Work, in which is drawn . . . their | Courtly . . . Balls, | their . . . 1685 
Drolls . . . Witchcrafts | of ... Language in ... other | more Secret 
Dispatches. | And to compleat . . . Courtship, ] these . . . [ [list of 
contents, 12 lines] | | The Third Edition, with Additions. \ ' 
London, Printed by James Rawlins, for Obadiah Blagrave at the 
Black-Bear and Star in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1685. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. It follows that of 
the first edition, with the differences indicated. 

8. A 8 , a 4 , B-Dd 8 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; preface, 
signed E[dward] Pfhillips], 8 pp.; dedication, to 'the cruel fair ones', 
signed E[dward] P[hillips], 7 pp. ; preface, 5 pp. ; text, pp. 1-208, 207-318, 
1-70 ; table of contents, 12 pp. ; book-list of Obadiah Blagrave, 14 pp. 

The following pages are misnumbered: 90 (99), 122 (120), 123 (121), 126 
(124), 127 (125). 
B.M,, Harv. 

THE | BEAU'S \ Academy, \ OR THE | Modern and Genteel | 118 (c) 
WAY OF | QfllOOittg: atlfc Comptementmg:* | After the most Courtly 1699 
Manner: \ In which is drawn to the Life, the Deportment of | most 

77 



accomplished Lovers, the Mode of their | Courtly Entertainments, 
the Charms of their | Persuasive Language, in their Addresses or 
more | Secret Dispatches. | To which are added | Poems, Songs, 
Letters of Love and others: Proverbs, Rid-|dles, Jests, Posies, 
Devices, with variety of Pastimes and | Diversions, as Cross-Pur- 
poses, the Lovers Alphabet, &c. \ Also a Dictionary for making 
Rhimes, Four Hundred | and Fifty delightful Questions, with their 
several Answers. | TOGETHER WITH | Si |2eto ^ntetttfll SLtt 0f 
30jyicfe: j So plain and easie, that the meanest Capacity may, in a 
short | time, attain to a Perfection of Arguing and Disputing. | 
| London, Printed for 0. B. and Sold by John Sprint, at the ] Bell 
in Little-Britain. 1699. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

This is the third edition of The Mysteries of Love & Eloquence, 1685, with 

a cancel title-page. 

B.M., Yale. 

119 NAPS | UPON I PARNASSUS. | A sleepy Muse nipt and pincht, | 
1658 though not awakened | Such Voluntary and Jovial Copies of Verses, 

as were | lately received from some of the WITS of the | Univer- 
sities, in a Frolick, dedicated to Gon-\dibert's Mistress by Captain 
Jones | and others. | Whereunto is added for Demonstration of the 
Au-|thors prosaick Excellency's, his Epistle to one of | the Univer- 
sities, with the Answer ; together with | two Satyrical Characters 
of his Own, of a Tempo-\rizer, and an Antiquary, with Marginal 
Notes | by a Friend to the Reader. | | Vide Jones his Legend, 
Drink Sack and Gun-|powder, and so fall to't. | [i line of verse, 
from Homer] | [i line of Latin verse] | | London, Printed by 
express Order from the WITS, | for N. Brook, at the Angel in 
Cornhill, 1658. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

8. A-E 8 , F 4 , G 8 , H 4 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed Adinoram Bans- 
tittle, alias Tinderbox, 2 pp.; text, 83 pp.; i p. blank; book-list of Nath. 
Brook, 22 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 
Madan 2363. 
Bodl.f, Harv. 

120 WIT | RESTORED | In severall Select | POEMS | Not formerly 
1658 publish/t. I | [ornament] | | LONDON, \ Printed f or R. Pollard, 

78 



A T . Brooks, and j T. Dring, and are to be sold at the Old | Exchange, 
and in Fleetstreet. 1658. 

80. i leaf, B-K 8 , L 4 , i leaf, L 5L 8, M, N 8 , O 7 . Title, verso blank; text, 

pp. [i]~i38, 5 pp., 140-147; i p. blank; text, pp. 148, 149, i p., 150-172, 

161-189 ; i p. blank. 

B 4, F 3 and L 4 are unsigned. P. 2 is nnnnmbered : p. 47 is misnumbered 

48. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

The collection was reprinted by Thomas Park, in Musarmn D elicits, 1817, 

a second edition of which, was published in 1874 by J. C. Hotten. 

/. Cleveland Revived; j POEMS, | ORATIONS, | EPISTLES, | 121 
And other of his Genuine | Incomparable Pieces, never | before 1659 
publisht. | WITH | Some other Exquisite Remains of | the most 
eminent Wits of both the | Universities that were his | Contem- 
poraries. ] Non norunt IICBC monumenta mori. \ [ornament] j LONDON, \ 
Printed for Nathaniel Brook, at the | Angel in Corn-hill. 1659. 

8. A-I 8 , K 4 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; preface, 
signed E. Williamson, 10 pp. ; eulogistic verse, i p. ; i p. blank ; text, pp. 
1-127; errata, i p. ; book-list of Nath. Brook, 8 pp. 
F 3 is misprinted E 3 : K 3 is signed. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

/. Cleaveland Revived: | POEMS, | ORATIONS, | EPISTLES, | 121 (b) 

And other of his Genuine | Incomparable Pieces. | With some other 1660 

Exquisite Remains of j the most eminent Wits of both the Univer-j 

sities that were his Contemporaries.] This second Edition, besides 

many other | never before publisht Additions, is enrich-|ed with 

the Authors Midsummer-Moon, \ or Lunacy-rampant ; | Being an 

University Character, a short Survey | of some of the late Fellows 

of the Colledges. | Now at last publisht from his Original Copies, | 

by some of his intrusted Friends. | j Non norunt hcec monumenta 

mori. | | London, Printed for Nathaniel Brooke at the | Angel in 

Cornhil. 1660. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A-M 8 , N 4 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; preface, 

signed E. Williamson, 5 pp. ; publisher's preface, and eulogy on Cleveland, 

i p. ; text, pp. 1-120, 2 pp., 121-123, 126-189; text, and book-list of Nath. 

Brook, p. 190. 

G 3 is unsigned. In some copies H 4 is misprinted H 2. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. (lacks frontispiece) . 

79 



121 (c) J, Cleaveland Revived; 



1662 third Edition, . . . | . . . en- 



. . . Uni-|versities ... | ... | This 
riched . . . Midsum-\mer-Moon, or 



Lunacy-\Rampant. \ Being . . . Survey of | some ... | ... Co-|pies, 
... | ... | London, Printed for Nathaniel Brook, at the | Angel in 
Cornhill. 1662. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. It follows that of the second 
edition, with the differences indicated. 

8. A-M 8 , N 4 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; preface, 
signed E. Williamson, 5 pp. ; publisher's preface, and eulogy on Cleveland, 
i p.; elegiac verse on Cleveland, 7 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-181; text, 
and book-list of Nath. Brook, p. 182. 
G 3 is unsigned. 
B.M., BodL, Harv. 

121 (d) / Cleaveland Revived: | ... | , . Pieces. | . . . of j most ... | ... | 
1668 This Fourth Edition, . . . ne-|ver ... | ... Midsummer-\Moon, or 

Lunacy-Rampant. \ Being . . . Caracter . . . survey of | some . . . 
fellows ... | ... Co-] pies by ... | ... | London, Printed for Na- 
thaniel Brooks, at the | Angell in Gresham Colledge, 1668. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. It follows that of the second 
edition, with the differences indicated. 

8. A-M 8 , N 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; preface, signed E. William- 
son, 5 pp. ; publisher's preface, and eulogy on Cleveland, i p. ; elegiac verse 
on Cleveland, 7 pp. ; i p. blank ; text, pp. 1-181 ; text, and book-list of Nath. 
Brooks, p. 182. 

This is a reprint of the third edition: the type has been reset. 
B.M., BodL, Harv. 

122 THREE | POEMS | Upon the Death of his late | HIGHNESSE 
1659 OLIVER I LORD PROTECTOR | OF | England, Scotland, and 

Ireland. \ \ Written | By | M r EDM. WALLER. | M r JKX 
DRYDEN. | M r SPRAT, of Oxford. \ \ LONDON, \ Printed by 
William Wilson, and are to be sold in | Well-yard near Little St. 
Bartholomew's \ HospitalL 1659. 

4. i leaf, B-E 4 , F 2 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]~9, 4 pp., 12-30, i p., 

31, 32; i p. blank. 

C 2 is unsigned: D 3 and D 4 are signed. P. 14 is misnumbered 6. 

The word 'By* is followed by a bracket embracing the names of the 

authors. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

80 



THREE j POEMS | Upon the Death of the Late | USURPER j 122 (b) 
Oliver CromweL j | Written ] By | Mr. JO. DRYDON. \ Mr. 1682 
SPRAT, of Oxford. | Mr. EDM. WALLER. \ j LONDON: | 
Printed by William Wilson, in the Year, 1659. | And Reprinted for 
R. Baldwin, 1682. 

The word ' By' is followed by a bracket embracing the names of the three 

authors. 

4. A 3 , B-D 4 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-26; 2 pp. blank. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



A I PANEGYRICK I ON | 5DIit3t CWttttofU, | AND HIS | VIC- 

TORIES: | By EDM. WALLER, Esq; | | WITH | Three 

POEMS on Ms DEATH. | | Written by Mr. DRYDEN, Mr. 

SPRAT, | and Mr. WALLER. \ \ LONDON: \ Printed by H. 

Hills, and Sold by the Booksellers | of London and Westminster, 

1709. 

8. A 8 , B s . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-24 ; book-list of H. HiUs, 

2pp. 

B 2 and B 3 are unsigned. 

B 5 is probably a single leaf which Hills attached to all his octavo pamphlets. 

It contains an advertisement of this book. 

Copies of this miscellany are sometimes included in A Collection of the Best 

English Poetry, 1717 (Book 294). 

B.M. (lacks leaf B 5), BodL (lacks leaf B 5), Yale, Harv. 

ACADEMIC | CANTABRIGIENSIS \ SOSTPA. | Sive, [ Ad 
CAROLUM II | reducem, \ De Regnis ipsi, Musis per ipsum 
feliciter restitutis | GRATULATIO. \ = \ CANTABRIGMB, 
Excudebat Joannes Field, celeberrimse Academiae J Typographic. 
1660. | * 2 | 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 
first edition 

4 o. * 2 -*4, **, A, B, b, C~M 4 . [2 pp. blank ?] ; title, verso blank; address to 
the King, signed Guil. Dillingham, vice-chancellor, i p. ; text, 115 pp. 
The third leaf of every gathering is signed, as are leaves D 4 and H 4. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 



ACADEMIC | CANTABRIGIENSIS 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 

first edition. 

8l M 



122 (c) 
1709 



123 



1660 



123 (b) 
l66o 



4. *, A-O 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; address to the King, signed 

Guil. Dillingham, vice-chancellor, i p. ; text, 115 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 

This, the second edition, is a page-for-page reprint of the first. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

124 BRITANNIA | REDIVIVA. | | [device, McKerrow 285] I I 
1660 OXONI^,|Excudebat2l.&L.ItcAjeW,|Acad.Typogr. M.DC.LX. 

4. A, a, B 4 , b 2 , C-L 4 , M 2 , Aa-Ff 4 . Title, i p. ; royal seal, i p. ; text, 150 pp. 
L 3 and M 2 are signed. Aa 2 is misprinted A 2 : Cc 2 and Ff i are sometimes 
signed Cc. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, French and 
English. The English poems begin on Aa i r . 

A few copies lack sheet b : it is possible that two issues should be distin- 
guished. 

Madan 2466, 2466*. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

125 EPICEDIA | ACADEMIC OXONIENSIS, | in Obitum Celsis- 
1660 simi Principis | HENRICI | DUCIS GLOCESTRENSIS. I [device, 

McKerrow 408] | | OXONLE, | Typis LICHFIELDIANIS, I 
M DC LX. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

4. 4 leaves, B, C, d, D-H 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 70 pp. 

In some copies B 2 is unsigned. 

The first poem is signed by Paulus Hood, vice-chancellor. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Arabic. 

Madan 2467. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. (lacks leaves B i and D 2). 

126 EPICEDIA | ACADEMIC OXONIENSIS, I in Obitum Serenis- 
1660 simse | MARLB | PRINCIPIS ARAUSIONENSIS. I [device, Mc- 
Kerrow 408] | | OXONME, I Typis LICHFIELDIANIS, I 
M DC LX. [ 

40. 4 leaves, B, C*, OE 4 , F* 2 , F-I 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 82 pp. 

C* 2 is signed C 2 : F 2 is unsigned. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic and English. The 

English verse begins on G i r . 

Harv. 

82 



EPICEDIA | ... 1 OXONME, [ Excudebat A.&L. Lichfidd, Acad, 126 (b) 

Typogr. Impensis | Ric. Davis. 1661. 1661 

This is a reissue of the book just described: the only difference is in the 
imprint. 

Madan 2543. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale. 

Le Prince d' Amour, \ OR THE | Prince of Love: I WITH A 127 

COLLECTION | Of Several Ingenious j POEMS [ AND [ SONGS 1660 
By the Wits of the Age. | | [ornament] ( | LONDON, \ Printec 
for William Leake, at the Crown in I Fleet-street, betwixt the two 
Temple Gates. 1660. 

A 4 , B-M 8 , N 4 . Title,. verso blank; dedication, to the Society of the Middle 
Temple, signed WpHiam] L[eake], 5 pp. ; book-list of William Leake, i p. ; 
text, pp. 1-184. 

M 3 is unsigned. 

Le Prince d'Amour is signed B[enjamin] Rfudyerd]. 

BJVL, Bodl., Harv. 

RATTS | Rhimed to Death. | OR, THE | Rump-Parliament 128 

Hang 9 A up in the \ SHAMBLES, j | [ornament] | | LONDON, 1660 
Printed in the Year 1660. 

8. A 4 , B-F 8 , G s . 2 pp. blank ; title, verso blank ; preface, 3 pp. ; i p. blank ; 

text, pp. 1-89 ; i p. blank. 

A 3 is signed A 2 : G 4 is signed. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

THE | RUMP, | OR | A Collection of Songs and Bal- \ lads, made 128 (b) 
upon those who | would be a PA RLIA-\MENT, andwerebut the \ 1660 
RUMP of an House of | Commons, five times dis-j solv'd. | j 
[ornament] | | LONDON, \ Printed for H. Brome, and H. Marsh, 

at the Gun | in Ivy Lane, and the Princes Arms in ~Chan~\cery-Lane 
near Fleetstreet 1660. 

8. i leaf, A 2 , B, C, Aa, B-D, D-F, H-M 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, 

3 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-32, 1-7, 184 pp. ; i p. blank. 

Aa 3 and Aa 4 are misprinted A 3 and A 4 : *D 3 and X D 4, H 4, 1 4, K 3, K 4 

and L 3 are unsigned. Pp. 2 2~5 are unnumbered. 

This is the second edition of Ratts Rhimed to Death. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Harv. 

83 



128 (c) RUMP: 
1662 POEMS 



OR AN | EXACT COLLECTION \ Of the Choycest 
AND i SONGS I RELATING TO THE I Late Times. 



By the most Eminent Wits, from Anno \ 1639. to Anno 1661. _ 
LONDON, | Printed for Henry Brome at the Gun in Ivy-\lane, 

and Henry Marsh at the Princes Armes \ in Chancery-lane. 1662. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

8. A 4 ,B-Nn 8 , Oo 3 . Half-title, printed vertically, verso blank; title, verso 

blank; preface, 3 pp.; publisher's preface, i p.; text, pp. 1-376, 1-72, 

83200. 

A 3 is signed. The following pages are misnumbered : *33 (17), 1 36 (20), X 3y 

(21), V (24), 141 (25), *44 (28), *45 (29), *48 (32), *I90 (191), X i9i (190), 

321 (312), 322 (222), 228 (10), 232 (28), 233 (32), 236 ( 32 ), 2 37 (33), 2 40 ( 36)> 

2151 (511), 2188 (189), 2 i89 (188). 

This is the third edition of Ratts Rhimed to Death. 

2 plates, facing each other, before title-page, not counted in signatures or 

pagination. 

B.M. (lacks half-title), BodL, Yale (lacks half-title), Harv. 

128 A | COLLECTION | OF | LOYAL SONGS | Written against the | 
(i) (d) 1&ump 3@atiiammt, | Between the Years 1639 and 1661. | CON- 
1731 TAINING, | A great Variety of Merry and Diverting | Characters 
of the Chief Sectaries, who | were the Principal Actors in that 
whole | Scene of Affairs. | With an Historical Introduction to the 
Whole. | | In Two Volumes. VOL. I. | | [4 lines of verse] 
| LONDON: \ Printed for J. STONE, near Grays-Inn, and 
sold | by G. STRAHAN, in Cornhill ; J. JACKSON, in | Pall-Mall ; 
J. STAGG, in Westminster-Hall; and | J. BRINDLEY, in New 
Bond-street. 1731. 

12. A 8 , B-M 12 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; dedication, to 'all true 
lovers of our constitution, both in church and state', i p.; i p. blank; 
preface, 5 pp.; table of contents, 4 pp.; book-list of J. Stone, i p.; text, 
pp. [i]-26 4 . 

The sixth leaf is signed in gatherings B-M : B i and B 5 have a volume-signa- 
ture. In some copies p. 98 is misnumbered 89. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

128 A | COLLECTION | OF | LOYAL SONGS I ... I ... Affairs. I I 
(2) (d) VOL. II. | | LONDON: | . . . 

I73 1 The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
12. A 3 , B-N 12 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 3 pp.; i p. blank; 
text, pp. [i]-288. 

84 



The sixth leaf is signed In gatherings B-N: the volume-signature is omitted 

from C i : C 4 is misprinted G 4. 

This, with Book 128 (i) (d), forms a two- volume edition of Hatts 

Rkimed to Death, 1660. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

VOTIUVM CAROLO, | OR j A WELCOME to Ms Sacred j 129 

MAJESTY \ CHARLES the II. | J From the Master and 1660 

Scholars of VVood-\stock~$>chool in the County of Oxford. \ 

[device, McKerrow 400, followed by a crowned pineapple] | 

Printed in the Year 1660. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

4. A~C 4 , D 2 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to Sir George Monck, signed 

Francis Gregory, 2 pp. ; preface, 2 pp, ; dedication, in verse, to Sir George 

Monck, signed F. Gregory, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-20. 

D 2 is signed. 

Madan gives Oxford as the place of printing (Madan 2540). 

BodL, Yale, Harv. 

AN | ANTIDOTE j AGAINST \ MELANCHOLY: | Made up in 130 



PILLS. 

Catches. 



Compounded of Witty Ballads, Jovial Songs, 
| [vignette] | | [2 lines of English verse] ' 



and Merry 1661 
' Printed 



by Mer. Melancholicus, to be sold in London and Westminster 1661. 

4. A 2 , B-K 4 , IA Title, verso blank; preface, in verse, signed N. D., i p.; 
table of contents, i p. ; text, pp. 1-76. 
B i is signed A. 
B.M., BodL, Harv. 

Wilt anlJ S^irtf), | AN | Antidote against Melancholy. | | Com- 130 (b) 

pounded of | Ingenious and witty Ballads, Songs, \ and Catches, 1682 

and other Pleasant | and Merry Poems. \ | The Third Edition, 

Enlarged. \ | [ornament ] | | LONDON, \ Printed by A . G. and 

/. P. and sold by Henry \ Play ford, near the Temple Church, 1682. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. 4 leaves, B K 8 . Title, verso blank; preface to third edition, signed 

H[enry] P[layford], i p. ; verses upon the book, signed H[enry] Pflayford], 

i p. ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; book-list of Henry Playford, i p. ; text, i p., 

1-80, 65-128. 

P. 56 is unnumbered: pp. 30, 31, 119 and 126 are misnumbered 28, 29, 116 

and 256. 

This is an edition of An Antidote against Melancholy, 1661. 

B.M. 

85 



130 (c) Wilt anil Sl^ttt!). | . . . | The Third Edition, Enlarged with Several 
1684 New Songs and Catches. | | [ornament] | | LONDON, I 

Printed by /. P. and sold by Henry Playford, \ near the Temple 
Church, 1684. 

The title Is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is the same book as the preceding, with the substitution of a new title- 
page and the addition of one new gathering, signed L: the pages are num- 
bered 129-144. The poems in this gathering are, of course, not included in 
the table of contents. 

B.M. 

*%The collection was reprinted by J. P. Collier, i870,andby J.W.Ebsworth, 
in Choyce Drollery, Boston, 1876. 

131 CHOYCE | POEMS, | BEING j SONGS, SONNETS, | SATYRS 
1661 and ELEGIES. | By the Wits of both UNIVERSITIES. [ | 

[ornament] | | LONDON, \ Printed for Henry Brome at the Gun 
in Ivy-lane. \ 1661. 

8. A 8 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-13, 16. 
B.M., Harv. 

132 MERRY j DROLLERY, | OR | A COLLECTION | Of | Jovial 

(1) (a) Poems, [ Merry SongsT | Witty Drolleries. | Intermixed with Plea- 
?l661 sant j'CATCHEST]" | The First Part]" | Collected by | W.N. 

C.B. "JOr/VcT"! Lovers of Wit. | j LONDON, \ Printed by 
/. W. for P. H. and are to | be sold at the New Exchange, West- 
minster | Hall, Fleetstreet, and Pauls \ Church- Yard. 

8. 3 leaves, B-M 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp. ; text, p. i, i p., p. 2, 
* P-> PP- 3-175 ; i p. blank. 
M 3 is unsigned, 

'Of is followed by a bracket embracing the words from ' Jovial' through 
'Drolleries'. 

A MS. note in the Bodleian copy gives the date as May, 1661. 
Bodl. 

132 THE | Second Part | OF | MERRY | DROLLERY, | OR, [ A 

(2) (a) COLLECTION] Of j". . . | . . . Drolleries, | Vl'Vpleasajaf j CATCHES.| 
?i66i _ | Collected by | IF. N. C.B | . . . | . , .' to be "sold at]" the 

86 



New Exchange, Westminster Hall, I Fleetstreet, and Pauls Church- 
Yard. 

The title follows that of the first part, with the differences indicated. 
8. 2 leaves, B-IA Title, verso blank; preface, i p.; i p. blank; text, pp. 
1-159; i p. blank. 

I 3 is unsigned. The following pages are misnumbered : 89 (99), no (in), 
iii (no), 113 (115), 116 (114), 117 (119), 120 (118), 121 (123), 124 (112), 
125 (127), 128 (126). 
Bodl. 

MERRY | DROLLERY, | Complete. ] OR, | A COLLECTION | 132 (b) 
Of | Jovial" POEMSrj'Merry SONGS, | Witty DROLLERIES, | ^670 
Intermixed with Pleasant CATCHES"" | ( The Krsf Parf."]" | 
CoUected by | W. N. C. B"R'"S""j"G. \ LOVERS of WIT. | | 
LONDON, I Printed for Simon Miller, at the"Sta at ["the" West- 
End of S*. Pauls, 1670. 

'Of J is followed by a bracket embracing the words from * ToviaP through 

'DROLLERIES'. 

Half-title : Merry DroUerie, Complete. 

8. A-Y 8 , Z 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; preface, pp. 3, 4; text, pp. 5-14; 

blank, p. [15] ; half-title, p. [16] ; text, pp. 17-350 ; table of contents, 7 pp. ; 

book-list of Simon Miller, 2 pp. ; i p. blank. 

The pages of the inner forme of gathering K are misnumbered 130, 131, 
134, etc. 

The two parts are included in one volume : the second part begins at O. A 8 
(the half-title) was meant to be folded around in front of A i, but was 
erroneously counted in the pagination as indicated. 
Bodl. 

MERRY | DROLLERY | COMPLEAT; | OR, A | COLLECTION | 132 (c) 
Of | Jovial Poems, | Merry Songs, | Witty Drolleries, | Intermixed 1691 
with Pleasant Catches. | | The First Part. Collected by 
W. N. C. B, R. S. J. G. I LOVERS of WIT. LONDON: \ 
Printed for William Miller, at the Gilded Acorn, in St. | Paul's 
Church-yard, where Gentlemen and others may be | furnished with 
most sorts of Acts of Parliament, Kings, Lord | Chancellors, Lord 
Keepers, and Speakers Speeches, and | other sorts of Speeches, and 
State Matters ; as also Books of | Divinity, Church-Government, 
Humanity, Sermons on most | Occasions, &c. 1691. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. ' Of is followed by 
a bracket embracing the words from ' Jovial' through 'Drolleries'. 

8 7 



This is a reissue of the edition of 1670, with a cancel title-page. 
B.M. (lacks leaf A 8), Bodl. (lacks leaf A 8). 

**# The collection was reprinted by J. W. Ebsworth, Boston, 1875: supple- 
mental reprint in Choyce Drollery, Boston, 1876. 

133 New Carolls | For this merry time of | Christmas. | To sundry 

1661 pleasant Tunes. \ With new Additions never before Prin-|ted, to be 

sung to delight the Hearers. | [ornament] | London, Printed by 

H. B. for Andrew Kemb, and | are to be sold at his shop near Saint 

Margarets \ hill in Southwark. 1661. 

12. A 8 , B 4 . Woodcuts, i p.; title, i p.; text, 21 pp.; woodcuts, i p. 
B 3 is signed. 
The text is in black letter. 
Bodl. 

133 (b) NEW | C$tt0tmag 1 CARROLS. I BEING j Fit also to be Sung at 

? 1662 Easter, Whitsontide, \ and other Festival Days in the Year. | | 

jflietoig l&eptintefcu | [ornament] I Printed by 31* S$+ and are to be 

Sold by | aak ^lacfeerap, and C* ^ag^ingtt, 

12. A 8 , B 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 22 pp. 

The text is in black letter. 

This is an edition of New Carolls, 1661. It is conjecturally dated c. 1662 in 

the Bodleian catalogue. 

Bodl. 

133 (c) NEW | C$titmag | CARROLS. | BEING | Fit also to be Sung at 
1681 Easter, Whitsontide, \ and other Festival Days in the Year. | | 
jptfttlg 1&prittte&. | [ornament] | Printed by T. H. for F. Coles, T. 
Vere, \ J. Wright, J. Clarke, W. Thackeray, \ and T. Passinger. 1681. 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 
120. A 8 , B 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 22 pp. 
The text is in black letter. 
The Pierpont Morgan Library. 

133 (d) NEW | CHRISTMAS Carrols. | Fit also to be sung at Easter, 
1725 Whitsun-\tide, and other Festivals of the Year. | [ornament] j 
Printed for J. Ranger in Long-lane. 1725. 
8. 4 leaves, unsigned. Title, p. [i]; text, pp. 2-8. 
This is a partial reprint of the edition just described. 
Bodl. 

88 



THRENI | CANTABRIGIENSES | IN FUNERE DUORUM 

PRINCIPUM, | HENRICI \ Glocestrensis, | 6- j MARIM 

Arausionensis, | Serenissimi Regis J CAROLI II, j Fmtris & Sororis. 

= | CANTABRIGIM: \ Excudebat Joannes Field, celebenimse 

Academic Typographus. | Ann. Dom. 1661. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. A-M 4 , N 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed H[enry] 

Feme, vice-chancellor, i p. ; text, 96 pp. ; i p. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

DOMIDUCA I OXONIENSIS: [ Sive | Husas Academics 

GRATULATIO | Ob Auspicatissimum | Serenissimae Principis 

CATHARINE | LUSITANyE, | Regi suo Desponsatse, | In Angliam 

appulsum. | [device, McKerrow 336] j OXONLE, | Excudebant 

A. & L. Lichfield, Acad. Typogr. | Anno Dom. M. DC. LX.IL 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

A, B, a-c, C-M, A-C 4 . Title, verso blank; address to the King (Charles II), 

signed Eicardus Baylie, vice-chancellor, i p. ; text, 141 pp. 

Folding plate, with 14-pointed corolla, inserted after leaf 2 B 2. 

*B 2, a 2, b 2, c 2, G 2, L 2, M 2, 2 A 2, 2 B 2 and 2 C 2 are unsigned : in some 

copies F i is signed E. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic and English. 

The English verse begins on 2 A i r . 

Madan 2578. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef, Harv. 



134 



1661 



135 



1662 



Nuptias Aus- 136 



EPITHALAMIA | CANTABRIGIENSIA \ In 

picatissimas | Serenissimi Regis | CAROLI II, Britanniarum 

Monarch^, | Et | lUustrissimse Principis | CATHARINE, | 

Potentissimi Regis | Lusitanice \ Sororis Unicas. | == | CANTA- 

BRIGIM: | Ex Ofi&cina Joannis Field, celeberrimae | Academic 

Tsrpographi. | Ann. Dom. 1662. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. A 4 , a 2 , B-M 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; address to the King, 

signed Theoph. Dillingham, i p. ; text, 94 pp. ; i p. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed (except E 3, in some copies). 

In some copies a 2 is signed and B 3 is misprinted A 3. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Italian and Spanish. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

89 N 



1662 



137 Robin Hoods Garland; \ OR | DELIGHTFVL SONGS, | Shewing 
1663 the noble Exploits of Robin Hood, \ and his Yeomendrie. | With 
new Edditions and Emendations. | [ornament] | London, Printed for 
W. Gilbertson,ai the Bible | mGilt-spur-street without Newgate, 1663. 
80. * 4 , A-E 8 , F 4 . Title, i p. ; table of contents, i p. ; text, 94 pp. 
*3 and F 3 are signed. 
The text is in black letter. 
Bodl. 

137 (b) Robin Hoods | GARLAND. | [ornament] | Containing his merry 

1670 Exploits, and the several | Fights which he, Little John, and Will. \ 

Scarlet had, upon several occasions. | Some of them never before 

Printed. | | Entered according to Order. \ | Printed for F. Coles, 

T. Vere, & /. Wright. 1670. 

8. A-F 8 . Title, i p. ; table of contents, i p. ; text, 94 pp. 
E 4 is misprinted A 4. 
The text is in black letter. 
Bodl. 

137 (c) Robin H[oods] [ Garlan[d.] | [ornament] | Containing his Merry 

1 ... Will. Scarlet \ had, . . . never | before Printed. | | Entred 
| Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright & 

The title follows that of the edition of 1670, with the differences indicated. 
The upper right-hand corner of the title-page has been torn off. The last 
line of the imprint has been so closely shaved that it is impossible to ascer- 
tain the name of the fourth publisher, and the other names are almost as 
completely obliterated : they could not be given with any certainty were it 
not for the imprint of the edition of 1670. 
8. A-F 8 . Title, i p. ; table of contents, i p. ; text, 94 pp. 
B.M. 

*** There are numerous later editions of this book, many of them undated, 
and all, apparently, later than 1750. 

138 THE I POEMS | OF | HORACE, | Consisting of | Odes, Satyres, 
1666 and Epistles, \ Rendred in | ENGLISH VERSE | BY \ SEVERAL 

PERSONS. | | [2 lines of verse, from Horace, followed by 

a translation into 2 lines of English verse] | | LONDON: I 

Printed by E. C. for W. Lee, G. Bedell, H. Heringman, \ and 

H. Brome, M. DC. LXVL 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 8 , a 7 , B-Cc 8 . i p. blank; imprimatur, i p. ; title, verso blank; dedica- 

90 



tion, to Sir William Backhouse, signed Alex. Brome, 12 pp. ; life of Horace, 
13 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-400. 

2 plates, facing each other, preceding the title-page, not counted in signa- 
tures or pagination. 

Pp. 18 and 217 are misnumbered 81 and 271 : pp. 108, 109, 124, and 125 are 
numbered in the wrong corner. 
BodL, Yale. 

THE | POEMS | OF | HORACE, | . . . | Printed by E. Cotes for 138 (b) 
Henry Brome at the Gun in j Ivy-Lane, M. DC. LXVL 1666 

The title follows that of the issue first described, with the differences indi- 
cated. The issues are the same in other respects. 
B.M., Yale (lacks plates), Harv. 

THE | POEMS | OF | HORACE, | . . . | ENGLISH and PARA- 138 (c) 
PHRASED | BY \ ... | | The second Edition with Alterations. \ 1671 
j [quotation, as in first edition] | | LONDON: \ Printed by 
A. C. for H. Brome at the Gun at the I West-end of St. Pauls, 
M. DC. LXXI. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 
first issue of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
8. A, a, B-Cc 8 . i p. blank ; imprimatur, i p. ; title, verso blank ; dedication, 
to Sir William Backhouse, signed Alex. Brome, 12 pp, ; life of Horace, 13 
pp.; preface to second edition, 2 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-400. 

2 plates, facing each other, preceding the title-page, not counted in signa- 
tures or pagination. 

Di is signed C. P. 57 is unnumbered: the numbers of pp. 74 and 75 are 

interchanged . 

B.M., BodL, Harv. (lacks plates and leaf A i), 

THE | POEMS I OF | HORACE, [...]... Safyrs, and Epistles. I 138 (d) 
... | ENGLISH and PARAPHRASED | BY \ . . . | J The Third 1680 
Edition with Alterations. \ | [quotation, as in first edition] | 
LONDON, | Printed by M. C. for H. Brome at the Gun at the 
West-end of St. Pauls, M. DC. LXXX. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the first 
issue of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
8. A-Cc 8 , Dd 4 . i p. blank; imprimatur, I p. ; title, verso blank; dedica- 
tion, to Sir William Backhouse, signed Alex. Brome, 5 pp. ; life of Horace, 
5 PP*; preface, 2 pp.; text, pp. 1-408, 

91 



2 plates, facing each other, preceding the title-page, not counted in sig- 
natures or pagination. 

L, 3 is misprinted L 5. Pp. 56, 74, 75 and 347 are misnumbered 65, 75, 74 
and 247: p. 96, and in some copies pp. 76 and 77, are numbered in the 
wrong corner. 

B.M. (lacks plates), Yale (lacks imprimatur leaf), Harv. (lacks plates). 

139 SEVERAL COPIES OF | VERSES | ON THE DEATH OF I M r . 
1667 ABRAHAM COWLEY I And Ms Burial in I WESTMINSTER 

ABBEY. 

Colophon: London, Printed for H. Herringman, at the Blew Anchor j in the 

Lower walk of the New Exchange. 1667. 

Folio. B, B, A 2 . Text, pp. 1-8, 1-4. 

This is a made-up miscellany. There is no title-page : the title given above 

is printed at the head of the first page of the text. The colophon is at the 

foot of A 2 Y : there are similar colophons at the foot of *B 2 V and 2 B 2 V . 

Yale, Harv. 

140 EPICEDIA | UNIVERSITATIS \ OXONIENSIS, I IN I OBI- 
1669 TUM | AUGUSTISSIMM PRINCIPIS I HENRIETTAS 

MARIAE | REGINJE MATRIS. I I I OXONII, I E TYPO- 

GRAPHIA SHELDONIANA. j Anno Domini. M.DC.LXIX. 

Folio. A-D, d, E-N 2 . Title, verso blank; text, 54 pp. 

The second leaf of every gathering except D is signed : in some copies M i is 

unsigned. 

The first poem is signed by P[eter] Mews, vice-chancellor. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Arabic. 

Madan 2814. 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef, Harv. 



141 The New Help \ TO | DISCOURSE | OR, 

1669 intermixt I with more serious Matters. 



Wit, Mirth, and Jollity 
Consisting of pleasant 



Astrological, | Astronomical, Philosophical, Gramatical, Phy-|sical, 
Chyrurgical, Historical, Moral, and | Poetical Questions and 
Answers. | AS ALSO \ Histories, Poems, Songs, Epitaphs, Epi-| 
grams, Anagrams, Acrosticks, Riddles, Jests, | Poesies, Comple- 
ments, &c. With several | other Varieties intermixt. | Together 
with | The Countrey-Mans Guide; | OR, | A Help to preserve 
Health, with choice Medi-| tines and Preservatives for the Cure of 
Man and Beast. | Also other Rarities and Experiments in Cookery, 

92 



Distilling, &c t never before printed. | | By W. W. | j [2 lines 

of English verse] j London, Printed by T. J. and sold by the Book~| 

sellers of London and Westminster. 1669. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

12. A 6 , B~O 12 . Title, i p. ; imprimatur, i p. ; preface, signed WpUiam] 

W[instanley], and commendatory verse, 10 pp. ; text, pp. 1-311 ; i p. blank, 

B.M. 

The | NEW HELP [ TO j DISCOURSE | OR, | WIT, MIRTH, and 141 (b) 
JOLLITY, j intermix! with . . . Matters, | . . . Gram-|matical . . . 1680 
Historical . . . Questions ... | ...)... Rid-|dles, Jest, Poesies, 



&c. With several other Varieties j intermixt; 

Country flgan'jaf Cuite; j CONTAINING 



Complements, 
Together with 

Directions for the true knowledge of several J Matters concerning 
Astronomy and Husban-\dry, in a more plain and easie Method | 
than any yet extant. | | By W. W. Gent. | | The Second 
Edition, j | [2 lines of English verse] | | London, Printed by 
T. S. and sold by the Book-|sellers of London and Westminster, 
1680. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. It follows that of the 

first edition, with the differences indicated. 

12. i leaf, B-L 12 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]-240. 

K 4 is misprinted I 4. The following pages are misnumbered: 38 (83), no 

(10), 214 (114), 215 (115), 232 (234), 233 (223). 

B.M. 

THE | NEW HELP | TO | DISCOURSE: | OR | Wit, Mirth and 141 (c) 
Jollity, | INTERMIXT | With . . . Matters. | Consisting of | 1684 
Pleasant Astrological, Astronomical, Philo-|sophical, Gramma- 
tical, Physical, Chy-|rurgical, Historical, Moral and Poetical | 
Questions and Answers. | AS ALSO [ Histories, Proverbs, Songs, 
Epitaphs, Epi-|grams, Anagrams, Acrosticks, Riddles, | Jests, 
Poesies, Complements, &c. with | several other Varieties intermixt : | 
Together with | The Country-mans Guide; \ CONTAINING | . . . 
seve-|ral . . . & ... in a | more ... & easie method than ... | ... | 
The Third Edition, with many new Additions. | | [a lines of 
English verse] | | LONDON, Printed by H. C, and sold by P. 
Parker \ at the Leg and Star in Corrihil, 1684. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 
second edition, with the differences indicated. 

93 



12. 2 leaves, B-P 12 , Q 4 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed Wplliam] 

Wpnstanley], 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-344. 

E 4 is misprinted E 3 : B 4, B 5, E 3, G 3, L 3, O 4 and Q 2 are unsigned. 

Pp. 42 and 43 are unnumbered. 

B.M. 

*% There appears to nave been another 'second edition' of this collection, 

published in 1672, but I have been unable to find a copy. Later editions 

('fourth', 1696; 'eighth', 1716 and 1721; 'ninth', 1733) have not enough 

verse to warrant their inclusion in this bibliography. 

142 THRENI | CANTABRIGIENSES \ IN | EXEQUIIS | Serenis- 

1669 simas Reginse | HENRIETTA MARINE | Augustissimi CAROLI 
Secundi | Matris. | = | CANTABRIGI^E, \ Ex Officina Typo 
graphica celeberrimae Academic. | 1669. 

40. 2 leaves, B-M 4 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed Edm. 

Boldero, vice-chancellor, i p.; text, 88 pp.; i p. blank. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and English. The English verse 

begins on L i v . 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

143 EPICEDIA | UNIVERSITATIS I OXONIENSIS I IN I OBITUM 

1670 ILLUSTRISSIMM PRINCIPIS I HENRIETTAS MARIAE 
DUCISSJE AURELIANENSIS. | I OXONII, \ E Theatre 
SHELDONIANO. | Anno Dom. M. DC. LXX. 

Folio, a, aa, aaa, A-M 2 . Title, verso blank ; address to the King (Charles 

II), signed P[eter] Mews, vice-chancellor, 3 pp. ; text, 53 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 

The second leaf of every gathering except aaa and M is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Arabic. 

Madan 2845. 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef, Harv. 

144 EPICEDIA | UNIVERSITATIS I OXONIENSIS | IN I OBITUM 1 
1670 INVICTISSIMI HEROIS \ GEORGII | DUCIS ALBEMAR- 

LI^E, &c. | | | OXONII, \ E Theatre SHELDONIANO. I 
Anno Dom. M. DC. LXX. 

Folio. , A-E, e, F-S 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King (Charles II), 
signed P[eter] Mews, vice-chancellor, 6 pp. ; text, 72 pp. 

The second leaf of every gathering except e and, in some copies, I is signed : 

A 2 is misprinted 2. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Arabic. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

94 



EPICEDIA j UNIVERSITATIS | OXONIENSIS | . 144 (b) 

The title follows that of the edition just described. ^7 

Folio. A-U 2 . Title, verso blank; (etc., as in the first edition). 
The contents are the same as in the first edition. 
Madan 2844. 
B.M., BodL, Yalef . 

Lacrymse Cantabrigienses | IN | OBITUM j Illustrissimae Prin- 145 
cipis | HENRIETTA j CAROLI Imi | REGIS & MARTYRIS 1670 

Filise, | Ducissse Aurelianensis. | | _ | CANTABRIGIM, \ 
Ex Officina Joann. Hayes, Celeberrimse Academise J Typographi, 
1670. 

4. A, B, b, C-G 4 , H 3 , P. 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; address to the 
King (Charles II), signed Ja. Duport, vice-chancellor, i p.; text, 72 pp. ; 
i p. blank. 

A 3, B 3 and I 3 are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek, 

B.M., BodL 

Musarum Cantabrigiensium \ THRENODIA | IN j OBITUM 146 

Incomparabilis Herois ac DUCIS | Illustrissimi | GEORGII 1670 
DUCIS ALB^MARIJE, | Regiarum Copiaram | ARCHISTRAs 
TEGI, | Regis, & Regnoram Magnse Britannise | Felicissimi Res- 
tauratoris. | = ) CANTABRIGIM, \ Ex Officina Joann. Hayes, 
celeberrimae Academiae | Typographi. 1670. 

4. 4 leaves, B-Y 4 , Z 3 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; address to the King 
(Charles II), signed Jacobus Duport, vice-chancellor, and text, 177 pp.; 
i p. blank. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and English. The English 
verse begins on S i v . 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

Epicedia Cantabrigiensia | IN | OBITUM | ILLUSTRISSIMse 146| 
PRINCIPIS | ANN^E | Ducissa* Eboracensis. | = | [ornament] 1671 
= | CANTABRIGIM, \ Ex Officina Joann. Hayes, Celeberrim^ 
Academise Ty-|pograpM 1671. 

4. 3 leaves, B~M 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the King (Charles II), 

95 



i p. ; address to the King, signed Joh. Breton, vice-chancellor, i p. ; text, 

89 pp. ; i p. blank. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and English. The English 

verse begins on L 4*. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

147 EPICEDIA | UNIVERSITATIS | OXONIENSIS j IN | OBITUM I 
1671 ILLUSTRISSIMM PRINCIPIS I ANN^ | Ducissse Ebora- 

censis. | | | OXONII, \ E Theatre SHELDONIANO. | Anno 
Dom. M. DC. LXXI. 

Folio. A-F, H-O 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King (Charles II), 
signed Pet. Mews, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 48 pp. 
The second leaf of every gathering except B, C and E is signed : I 2 is mis- 
printed i 2. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Persian, and Greek. 
Madan 2869. 
Bodl. (title-page mutilated), Yalef. 

148 THE NEW | Academy | OF J COMPLEMENTS, | ERECTED | For 
1671 Ladies, Gentlewomen, Cour-|tiers, Gentlemen, Scholars, Souldiers, | 

Citizens, Countrey-men, and all per-|sons, of what degree soever, 
of both | Sexes. | Stored with variety of Courtly and | Civil Com- 
plements, Eloquent Let-|ters of Love and Friendship. | WITH | 
An Exact Collection | Of the Newest and Choicest | SONGS d la 
Mode, | Both Amorous and Jovial. | COMPILED | By L. B. 
Sir C. S. Sir W. D. and others, \ the most refined Wits of this 
Age. | London, Printed for Tho. Rooks, at the Ink-| Bottle in 
Threadneedle-street. 1671 | Price is. 6d. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

12. B-O 12 , P 9 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-287, 278-308; tables of 

contents (incomplete), 10 pp. 

F 5 is misprinted E 5: P 5 is unsigned. Pp. 152 and 231 are misnumbered 
i 5 and 131. 

This is a different book from The Academy of Complements, 1640 (Book 92) . 
B.M. (lacks leaves G 9-H 2 and, probably, P lo-P 12). 

148 (b) THE | New Academy | OF | COMPLEMENTS, | ERECTED FOR 
1713 Ladies, Gentlewomen, Courtiers, | Gentlemen, Scholars, Soldiers, 



Citizens, Countrymen ; and all | Persons of what Degree soever, 
of | both SEXES. | Stored with variety of Courtly and Civil \ COM- 
PLEMENTS, Eloquent LET-\TERS of Love and Friendssiip, 



WITH | An Exact Collection of the Newest 
ALAMODE, | Both Amorous and Jovial. 



and Choicest j SONGS 

COMPILED [ By 



L. B. Sir C. S. Sir W. D. and Others the \ most Refined Wits of this 
Age. \ | LONDON: | Printed for John Churchill, at the Black 
Swan in | Pater-N osier-Row. 1713. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. B-P 12 . Title, i p.; preface (in verse), i p. ; text, pp. 1-318, i p. ; 

tables of contents, 13 pp.; book-list of J. Churchill, i p. ; i p. blank. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title, 

O 3 is misprinted 03:03 and M 5 are unsigned. The following pages are 

misnumbered : 37 (73), 128 (28), and, in some copies, 109 (119), 168 (68), 

170 (70). 

B.M., Bodl. 

Oxford Drollery ; | Being NEW | POEMS, | AND | SONGS, | | 149 

The first Part, composed by W. H. | j The Second and third 1671 
Parts being, upon several | occasions, made by the most Eminent 
and | Ingenious Wits of the said University. | And Collected by 
the same | Author. | | The like never before published, j | 
OXFORD, | Printed for /. C. and are to be sold by Thomas 
Palmer \ at the Sign of the Crown in Westminster \ Hall, 1671. 

8. 2 leaves, A-K 8 , L 6 . Title, verso blank; dedication in verse, to the 
reader, signed Wplliam] Hickes, i p. ; book-list of Thomas Palmer, i p. ; 
text, pp. 1-172. 

E 4 and L 4 are unsigned. The following pages are misnumbered: 76 (74), 
77 (75), 80 (78), 103 (10), 145 (129), 148 (132), 149 (133)* 152 (136), 153 
(137), 156 (140), 157 (141), 160 (144). 

Madan 2872. 

B.M.f, BodLf (title-page mutilated: lacks leaf E 5). 

OXFORD | DROLLERY: | Being NEW | POEMS, | AND | 149 (b) 
SONGS. | | The first Part, composed by W. H. \ | The Second 1679 
and Third Parts being upon se-| veral occasions, made by the most 
Emi-|nent and Ingenious Wits of the said Uni-|versity. And Col- 
lected by the same Author. | | The like never before published. \ 
| OXFORD, \ Printed by B. G. and are to be sold by Dan. 

97 o 



Major | and The. Orrel at the Flying-horse, and Hand and | Scepter 
against St. Dunstans Church in Fleet-\street. 1679. 
This is the same book as the proceeding, except the title-page. 
B.M.f (lacks leaves C 3, C 4, E 5, and I 8). 

150 Westminster-Drollery. \ | Or, A Choice | COLLECTION | Of the 
(i) (a) Newest | SONGS & POEMS | BOTH AT | Court anO""Ci>atet0, | 
1671 _ | BY | A" P^on'of "Qiiaiity. | 1 With Additions, \ | LON- 
DON, | Printed for H Bronte at the Gun in St Paul \ Church- Yard, 
near the West End."j" MDCLXXI. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A-H S . i p. blank; imprimatur, i p. ; title, verso blank ; text, pp. 1-124. 
Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
Bodl. 

150 Westminster-Drollery. \ . . . | . . . H. Brome ... St. Paul's | . , . 

(I) (bj jj ie ^^ e f n ows that of the issue just described, with the differences 
1671 indicated. 

The issue is like that first described, except the differences in the title-page, 

and the misnumbering of p. 14 (41). 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Harv. (lacks frontispiece). 

150 Westminster-Drollery. \ . . . | . . . H. Brome . . . S. Paul's \ . . . 

W (?) The title follows that of the issue first described, with the differences 
1671 indicated, but swash italic capitals have been used more freely. 
8. A 2~A 8, B-H 8 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-124. 
E 3 and G 2 are unsigned. 

This is a different edition from that described above. 
Bodl. (leaves B 2 and C i mutilated). 

150 Westminster-Drollery. | . . . | Songs & Poems | . . . | LONDON: \. . . 
(i) (d) H. Brome at the Gun in t" Paul's' T7."7f MDCLXXII. 



1672 



The title follows that of the first issue of the first edition, with the differ- 
ences indicated. 

8. A-H 8 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-126. 
Harv. 

98 



Westminster-Drollery. \ ] Or, A Choice | COLLECTION | of the 150 

Newest | SONGS & POEMS | BOTH AT | CJtltf aWC|tatei:0. | W (e) 



| BY j" A'Person'of Quality. 
more \ Additions. \ [ LONDON, 



The third Edition, with many 
Printed for H . Brome, at the 



Gun in St. Paul's \ Church Yard, near the West End. | MDCLXXIV. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

The title as given above is copied from Ebsworth's reprint in Choyce 
Drollery, Boston, 1876: I have not been able to find a copy of the original. 
In an appendix Ebsworth describes the edition as containing the same 
number of leaves as the first edition, but differing in contents, in that 
fourteen poems printed in various parts of the first edition have been 
omitted, while a number of new ones have been substituted. The new 
poems are printed consecutively on pp. 111-124. 

a3ie0tmitttet 2DtOlIttg, THE | SECOND PART, I BEING | A 150 

Compleat Collection of all the Newest and Choicest SONGS \ and (z) (a) 
POEMS at COURT and | both the THEATERS. | | By the 1672 
Author of the FIRST PART, | never Printed before. | | [vig- 
nette] | | LONDON, | Printed for William Gilbert at the Half- 
Moon in | St. Pauls Church-yard, & Tho: Sawbridge at the | three 
Flower de Luces in Little Britain, 1672. 

8. A 2 , B-P, K 2 . Title, verso blank; commendatory poem, 2 pp.; text, 
pp. 1-132. 

K 2 is signed. The following pages are misnumbered : 91 (9), 94 (4), 106 
(107), 107 (108), and, in some copies, 113 (n): pp. no and in are num- 
bered in the wrong corner. 
B.M., Bodl. (lacks leaves I 4 and I 5). 

Westminster Drollery, \ THE | SECOND PART ; | . . . | . . . PART ; | 150 

never ... | ... Thomas Saw~\bridge in Little Britain, 1672. (2) (b) 

The title follows that of the issue just described, with the differences ' 

indicated. 

This is a reissue of the edition just described. 

Harv. 

*** The collection was reprinted by J. W. Ebsworth, partly in Westminster 

Drollery, Boston, 1875, and partly in Choyce Drollery, Boston, 1876. 

A I COLLECTION | OF | POEMS, | Written upon several | 151 

OCCASIONS, | By several | PERSONS. | | Never before in 1672 

99 



Print. I | LONDON, \ Printed for Hobart Kemp, at the Sign of 
the Ship in | the Upper Walk of the New Exchange, 1672. 

80. A 4 , B-E 8 , F 4 , Aa-Dd 8 , Ee 4 . Title, verso blank; table of contents (to 
both parts), 6 pp. ; text, pp. 1-69; 3 pp. blank; text, pp. 1-72. 
P. *64 is misnumbered 48. 
B.M., Yale. 

151 (b) A Collection | OF | POEMS | Written upon several | OCCASIONS | 

1673 By several | PERSONS. | | With many Additions, Never before 

in Print. \ \ LONDON, \ Printed for Tho. Collins and John Ford 

in Fleet-\$treet, and Will. Cademan at the Popes Head New-\Ex~ 

change Strand. 1673. 

8. A 4 , B-M 8 , N 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; table of contents, 4 pp. ; 
text, pp. 1-128, 131-185 ; i p. blank. 

A 3 is signed: F 3, G 3, H 3, 1 4 and K 4 are unsigned. The following pages 
are misnumbered: 55 (5), 58 (8), 63 (61), 75 (7), 87 (9), 96 (69), 102 (10), 
no (101), in (911), 118 (122), 119 (123), 122 (126), 123 (127), 126 (130), 
127 (131), 133 (13), 164 (174), 165 (175), 168 (178), 169 (179), 172 (182), 
173 (181), 176 (184), 177 (185): in some copies 60 (09), 76 (67), 135 (13), 
180 (178), 181 (179), 184 (182), 185 (183). Pp. 79 and 112 are unnumbered. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

151 (c) A | Collection | OF | POEMS | By Several Hands. \ Most of them 
Written by Per-|sons of Eminent Quality. | | [4 lines of verse, 
from Roscommon] | = f"i8^Z)0^"j"Printed by T. Warren, for 
Francis Saunders, \ at the Blue- Anchor in the Lower-jWaik of the 
New-Exchange, 1693. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A-D 8 , E 7 , F 2-F 8, G-S 8 , T 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; preface, 
signed F[rancis] Sfaunders], 5 pp.; i p. blank; table of contents, 5 pp.; 
I p. blank; preface to The Art of Poetry, 2 pp.; text, pp. 1-60, 65-270, 
269-273 ; book-list of Francis Saunders, 3 pp. 

Leaf S 8, which I have seen only in the British Museum copy of this issue, 
has the conclusion of the poem on S 7 V , and the beginning of a poem by 
Knightly Chetwood: leaf T i repeats the ending of the poem on S 7 V , but 
substitutes for the beginning of the poem by Chetwood another poem by 
Waller, which runs through T 3* (p. 273). The table of contents shows that 
E 8, F i and S 8 were cancelled before the book was issued. 
B.M., Yale (lacks leaf S 8), Harv. (lacks leaf S 8). 

100 



THE j Temple of Death, | A j POEM; j Written by the Marquess 151 (d) 
of | NORMANBY. \ Horace of the Art of Poetry, | Made English 1695 
by the Earl of Roscommon. \ THE | Duel of the STAGS, [ By the 
Honourable Sir Robert Howard, j Together | With several other 
Excellent Poems by the j Earls of Rochester and Orrery, Sir Charles j 
Sedley, Sir George Etheridge, the Honourable | Mr. Montague, Mr, 
Granwll, Mr. Dryden, \ Mr. Chetwood, and Mr. Tate. \ To which is 
added several Poems of the Honourable Madam Wharton. \ j 
<3f) 5>t0nl3 (Edition. C&tt#Ctrtl* | LONDON \ Printed by 
Tho. Warren for Francis Saunders at the Blue \ Anchor in the 
Lower Walk of the New Exchange. \ M DC XCV. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
This is a reissue of the book just described, with a cancel title-page. 
Yale (lacks leaf S 8), Harv. 

A | COLLECTION ) OF j POEMS: | VIZ. j The TEMPLE of 151 (e) 
DEATH: I By the Marquis of NORMANBY. \ An EPISTLE to 1701 
the EARL o/DORSET: | By Charles Montague, Lord HALIFAX. 
The DUEL of the STAGS: By Sir ROBERT HOWARD. | WITH 
Several Original POEMS, JpLeitft bttmt ^rittt&, \ BY j The E. 
of Roscommon. \ The E. of Rochester. \ The E. of Orrery. \ Sir Charles 
Sedley. \ Sir George Etherege. | Mr. Granville. j Mr. Stepney. \ Mr. 
Dryden, &c. | = | LONDON: Printed for Daniel Brown, at the 
Black | Swan and Bible without Temple-Bar; And Benjamin \ 
Tooke at the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleetstreet, 1701. 

The names of the contributors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 

reversed, between the columns. 

8. A 4 , B-U, W, X-Ee 8 , Ff 4 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 6 pp. ; 

text, pp. 1-453 ; book-list of B. Tooke, 3 pp. 

Bb 3 is misprinted B 3. 

B.M., Yale. 

A I COLLECTION | OF | POEMS: | VIZ. | The TEMPLE of 151 (f) 
DEATH: \ By the Marquis of NORMANBY. \ An EPISTLE to 1702 
the EARL o/DORSET I By Charles Montague, Lord HALIFAX. 
The DUEL of the STAGS: \ By Sir ROBERT HOWARD. \ WITH 
Several Original POEMS, | $LtbZ t btlmz ^intt^ \ BY | The E. 
of Roscommon. \ The E. of Rochester, \ The E. of Orrery. \ Sir Charles 

101 



Sedley. \ Sir George Etherege. \ Mr. Granville. \ Mr. Stepney, \ Mr. 
Dryden, &c. | | ^t *3>C0ntl (EOltiOn, | | London: Printed for 
Ralph Smith, at the Bible \ under the Royal Exchange, in Cornhil, 
1702. 

The names of the contributors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 

reversed, between the columns. 

8. A 4 , B-U, W, X-Ee 8 , Ff 4 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 6 pp.; 

text, pp. 1-453 ; book-list of Ralph Smith, 3 pp. 

Bb 3 and Bb 4 are misprinted B 3 and 64. Pp. 90 and 296 are misnum- 

bered 60 and 259: in some copies p. 339 is misnumbered 239. P. 296 is 

numbered in the wrong corner. 

This is a different edition from that of 1701. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

151 (g) A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS: | VIZ. | The TEMPLE of 
1716 DEATH: \ By the Marquiss of NORMANBY. | An Epistle to the 
Earl of DORSET: | By Charles Mountague, Lord HALIFAX. 



By Sir ROBERT HOWARD. | WITH 

before ^rintetu | BY | The E! 



The DUEL of the STAGS: 
Several Original POEMS, 

of Roscommon, \ The E. of Rochester, \ The E. of Orrery, \ The Lord 
Lansdowne, \ Sir Charles Sedley, \ Sir George Etherege, Mr. 
Stepney, I Mr. Dryden, &c. | | The THIRD EDITION. | 
LONDON, Printed by J. DARBY for D. BROWNE at | Exeter- 
Change in the Strand, B. TOOKE at the Middle-\Temple-Gate in 
Fleetstreet, T. VARNAM and J. OSBORN I in Lombard-street, W. 
MEERS and J. BROWNE without Temple-Bar. M. DCC. XVI. 

The names of the contributors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 
reversed, between the columns. 

12. A 4 , B-L 12 , M 8 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [ii]; table of contents, pp. iii- 
viii; text, pp. [i]-255; i p. blank. Frontispiece, not counted in signa- 
tures or pagination, facing title-page. 
B.M., Yale. 

152 COVENT GARDEN \ DROLERY, | OR A j COLECTION, | Of 
1672 all the Choice Songs, Poems, \ Prologues, and Epilogues, (Sung and | 
Spoken at Courts and Theaters) never in | Print before. | | Written 
by the refined' st Witts of the Age. \ | And Collected by A. B. | | 
LONDON, | Printed for James Magnes neer the Piazza in | Russel- 
Street, 1672. 

102 



S. i leaf, B~G 8 , H 7 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. i-i TO. 

G 3 Is unsigned. P. 61 is mismumbered 19: pp. 7, 8, 15 and 16 are numbered 

in the wrong comer, and the number of p. 16 is inverted. 

Bodl. 

COVENT GARDEN \ DROLERY, [ . . . ] And Collected by R. B. 152 (b) 

Servant to His \ MAJESTY, j | LONDON, \... 1672 

This is another issue of the book just described. The title follows that of 

the issue just described, with the differences indicated. 

Harv. 

*** The collection was reprinted by Montague Summers, 1927, and by 

G. Thom-Drury, 1928. 

NEW | Court-Songs, | AND | POEMS, j j By R. V. Gent. | | 153 

LONDON, | Printed for R. Paske at the Stationers Arms \ and Ink- 1672 
Bottle in Lumbard-street, and W. Cademan \ in the Lower Walk of 
the New-Exchange. \ 1672. 

8. A-K 8 . i p. blank ; imprimatur, i p. ; title, verso blank ; dedication, to 
Mr. T. D., signed R. V., 7 pp. ; i p. blank ; preface, 2 pp. ; commendatory 
verse, to T. D. on his poems, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-138 ; table of contents, and 
errata, 5 pp. ; i p. blank. 

A note in the British Museum copy identifies R. V. as Robert Veal. The 
preface indicates that several authors are represented in the book. 
B.M. (lacks leaf A i), Yale (lacks leaf A i), Harv. 



Ilt^ 1 1 Being a more Exact | COLLECTION | Of 154 
the Newest | Songs, Poems, and Catches, \ Now in Use | Both in 1672 
CITY and COUNTRY, | then any yet Extant. | | Wiit$ Zttfoi* 
t j0ft& | | LONDON, | Printed for /. M. and are to be sold | by 
the Book-Sellers of London and | Westminster. 1672. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
12. i leaf, A-G 12 , H 6 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-144, 121-146; table 
of contents, 9 pp. ; i p. blank. 

F 3, F 4 and F 5 are unsigned: H 4 is signed. P. 112 is misnumbered 214. 
B.M. 

THE | CANTING | Academy, | OR, THE | Devils Cabinet Opened : | 155 
WHEREIN IS SHEWN | The Mysterious and Villanous Prao 1673 
tices | of that wicked Crew, commonly known by the | Names of 

103 



Hectors, Trapanners, Gilts, Sc. \ TO WHICH IS ADDED | A 

Compleat Canting-Dictionary, both of | old Words, and such as 

are now most in use. | With several New Catches | AND | SONGS, | 

Compos'd by the choisest Wits | of the Age. | A Book very useful 

and necessary to be | read by all sorts of People. | | London, 

Printed by F. Leach for Mat. Derw, and | are to be sold by the 

Booksellers. 1673. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

12. 3 leaves, B-I 12 , K 8 . Title, verso blank ; preface, signed Rpchard] Head, 

2 pp. ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-192, 16 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

F 3 and F 4 are misprinted F 2 and F 3. Pp. 32 and 57 are numbered in the 

wrong corner: pp. 44, 61, 103 and 161 are misnumbered 4, 27, 10 and 159. 

Bodl.f, Harv. 



156 Methinks the Poor Town has been \ troubled too long. \ OR, 

1673 lection of all the New | SONGS | That are generally Sung, 



ACol- 
Either 



at the | COURT | OR, | THEATRES. [ | Collected by one of the 
Dukes Servants. \ | [2 lines of verse, from Martial] | [Printed 
in the Year, 1673. 

8. A 4 , B, C 8 , D 4 . Title, verso blank ; preface, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 

3 pp.; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]~4O. 

In some copies B 3 is misprinted A 3, in others B 3 is correctly signed, but 

B 2 and B 4 are misprinted A 2 and A 4. The text is from the same setting 

of type in both instances. 

Bodl. 



157 A NEW | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS and SONGS. ( | Written 
1674 by several Persons. | Never Printed before. | | Collected by 
JOHN BULTEEL. | | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed by 
J. C. for William Crook, at the | Green Dragon without Temple- 
Bar. 1674. 

8. a 4 , A-K 8 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; table of contents, 4 pp.; 

bastard title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-156; book-list of William Crook, 

2pp. 

a 3 is misprinted a 2. 

Bodl. 

104 



A NEW 1 COLLECTION | . . . | . . . before, j j [ornament] | . . . 157 (b) 

Tills is a later issue of the preceding book: the editor's name has been I * ) 74 
omitted from the title-page, and leaf A i (the bastard title), which also bore 
Bulteei's name, has been cancelled. 
B.M., Bodl. (lacks leaves B 5, F 4 and F 5), Harv. 

MELPOMENE: | OR, THE | MUSES DELIGHT. \ Being New j 157 (c) 
POEMS 1 AND | SONGS. [ j Written by several of the great Wits 1678 
of our | present Age, as J. D. T. F. S. W. T. S. | C. 0. I. B. &c. 
Collected together, and | now Printed. | | LONDON, \ Printed 
for H. Rogers at the Bible in West-\minster-Hall f against the Court 
of [ Common Pleas, 1678. 

This is another issue of the preceding book: a new title-page has been 

substituted for the old, and leaf A i is cancelled. 

Bodl. 



MOCK SONGS | AND | Joking Poems, j all $0bel ; 1 Consisting of 158 
Mocks to several | late Songs about the Town. | With other | NEW 1675 
SONGS, ] AND | INGENIOUS POEMS | Much in use at Court, and 
both Theaters. | jfcttizt before $rinte&* | ) By the Author of 
Westminster Drollery. \ J LONDON, \ Printed for William 
Birtch, at the Peacock in | the Poultry, near Old-Jury. 1675. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. i leaf, B~P, K 7 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-141 ; text and errata, 

p. 142. 

H 4 is misprinted F 4. Pp. 3, 88 and 117 are misnumbered 132, 98 and 115 : 

in some copies pp. 14 and 83 are misnumbered 15 and 82. The Bodleian 

copy, which is perfected by photostats from a copy owned by Prof. C. H. 

Firth, has a photostat of a frontispiece before the title-page. 

Madan 3039. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Bodl. (7 leaves supplied in photostat), Harv. 

(lacks frontispiece). 



A | Perfect Collection | Of the Several I SONGS I Now in ] MODE 1 

Either at the | COURT | OR, j THEATRES. \-\All New. \ 1675 
Printed in the Year, 1675. 

8. A 4 , B, C, E 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 3 pp. ; 

i p. blank; pp. 1-48. 

C 2, C 4 and E 3 are misprinted D 2, D 4 and E* 

BodL 

105 P 



159 



159 (b) A Perfect Collection | of aU the | SONGS | Now in Mode [ Either at 

1675 the | Court, or, Theatres. \ | With New Additions. | | [2 lines 
of verse, from Martial, and translation into English verse, 2 lines] | 
| London, Printed in the Year, 1675. 

8. A~C, E 8 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. fi-f 12, 

1-48. 

C 2, C 4 and E 3 are misprinted D 2, D 4 and E. 

This is a new issue of the preceding book, in which only gathering A is new. 

Bodl. 

160 LETTERS 1 AND I POEMS I In Honour of the | Incomparable 

1676 Princess, I MARGARET, | DUTCHESS of | NEWCASTLE. | | 
[ornament] \-\In the SAVOY: \ Printed by THOMAS NEW- 
COMBE, j j M. DC. LXX. VI. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Folio, i leaf, B-Zz 2 , Aaa 1 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-182. 

The book contains verse in Latin and English. 

160 (b) A | COLLECTION | OF | LETTERS | AND | POEMS: J Written 
1678 by several Persons of Honour and Learning, | Upon divers Im- 
portant Subjects, to the Late | Duke and Dutchess | OF | NEW- 
CASTLE. | | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for Langly 
Curtis in Goat-Yard on Ludgate-Hill. \ MDCLXXVIIL 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is the same as the preceding book, except the title-page. 

161 A NEVV \ COLLECTION | OF THE [ CHOICEST \ SONGS. | 

1676 Now in Esteem in | TOWN or COURT. | | [4 lines of verse, 
from Martial, and a translation, 4 lines of English verse] | | 
Licensed, Apr. 28. 1676. 1R,fc E'G&Sttanffe. | | Printed in 
the Year, 1676. 

8. A-C 8 , D 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 53 pp.; I p. blank. 
BodL, Yale. 

162 EPITHALAMIUM | IN | DESIDERATISSIMIS | NUPTIIS | 

1677 Serenissimorum & Illustrissimovum \ PRINCIPUM \ GUILIEL- 
MI-HENRICI ARAUSII | & | MARINE BRITANNIARUM | AB | 

106 



ACADEMIA CANTABRIGIENSI | DECANTATUM. ] | 

CANTABRIGIJE, ] Ex Officlna Joann, Hayes, Celeberrimse Aca- 
demic | Typographi. M. DC. LXXVIL 

4. 3 leaves, B-Q 4 , R 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King (Charles II), 

signed Tho. Holbech, vice-chancellor, i p.; text, 127 pp. 

The third leaf is signed in gatherings D and G-Q : R 2 is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Italian and English. 

The English poems begin on P 4*". 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



THE | Last and Best Edition | OF 1 New Songs: | Such as are of 163 



the 1 Most General ESTEEM [ EITHER IN | TOWN or COURT. 
| Collected with the greatest care, and j printed after the most 

CORRECT COPIES. | | zffllttS allowance, Nov. 20. 1676. 

ROGER V ESTRANGE. \ \ LONDON, \ Printed in the Year 

1677. 

8. A 4 , B-D 8 . Title, verso blank; text, 54 pp. 

B 3 and B 4 are unsigned: C 3 is misprinted D 3. 

Bodl. 



1677 



THEATRI | OXONIENSIS | ENCAENIA, | SIVE | Comitla Philo- 
logica. i Julii 6, Anno 1677. celebrata. | j [vignette] [ | OXON: 
e Theatre SHELDONIANO. 1677. 

Folio. 2 leaves, B-P 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, i p. ; i p. 

blank; text, 56 pp. 

B 2, D 2, and G 2 are signed. 

Madan 3148. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef. 



1677 



164 



THEATRI | OXONIENSIS | ENCAENIA, j . . 

The title follows that of the first issue. 

This is the first issue with an added supplement of verses celebrating a visit 
to the University by the Duke of Ormond. The first page carries a bastard 
title which begins, 'COMITIA PHILOLOGICA, | Habita Aug. 6. Anno 
1677*. The collation of the supplement follows, i leaf, S-U 2 , i leaf. Text 
(including bastard title), 16 pp. The supplement is sometimes found alone. 

Madan 3148+3152. 
Bodl. 

107 



164 (b) 

1677 



164 (c) THEATRI | OXONIENSIS | ENCAENIA, | . . . 
1677 The title follows that of the first edition. 

Folio. 2 leaves, B-Q 2 , 2 leaves, S-X 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 

i p. ; i p. blank; text, 78 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 

B 2 is signed. 

In this edition the two parts of the second issue of the first edition have 

been consolidated into one book, with alterations and additions. Much of 

the book is from the old setting of type, with alterations in signatures, etc. 

Madan 3153. 

B.M. (last five gatherings only), Harv. 



165 OVID's | EPISTLES, | TRANSLATED | BY 

1680 HANDS. | | [2 lines of verse, from Ovid] | 



SEVERAL 
LONDON, | 

Printed for Jacob Tonson at the Sign of the | Judges Head in 

Chancery Lane, near | Fleet-Street. 1680. 

8. A 8 , a 4 , B-S 8 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; preface, 

signed J[ohn] Dryden, 19 pp.; table of contents, i p.; text, pp. 1-128, 

139-234, 233-280. 

In some copies A 4 is misprinted R 4. Pp. 257 and 261 are misnumbered 

157 and 161. 

B.M., Yale. 

165 (b) OVID's | EPISTLES, | ... | ... HANDS. | | The second 
1681 Edition, with the Addition | of a New Epistle \ | [2 lines of 
verse, from Ovid] | . . . | Fleet-street. 1681. 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
8. A 8 , a 4 , B-T 8 . i p., blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; preface, 
19 pp. ; table of contents, i p. ; text, pp. 1-287 ; book-list of Jacob Tonson, 
i p. 
Harv. 

165 lc] OVID's I EPISTLES, I TRANSLATED | BY | SEVERAL 



i683 HANDS. 
Ovid] ' 



I The third Edition, j | [2 lines of verse, from 
LONDON, | Printed for Jacob Tonson at the Sign of 
the | Judges Head in Chancery Lane, near | Fleet-street. 1683. 

8. A 8 , a 2 , B-R 8 , S 2 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; 
preface, by Dryden, 16 pp. ; text, pp. 1-259; table of contents, i p. 
The following pages are misnumbered: 61 (46), 102 (100), 103 (101), 106 
(104), 107 (105), no (108), in (109), 190 (160). 

B.M. 

108 



OVID's | EPISTLES, j ... \ ... Tonson, and are to be Sold by 1 165 (d) 
Timothy Goodwin, at the Maiden-head over-j against St. Dunstans- 1683 
Church in Fleet-street. \ 1683. 

This is another issue of the third edition with an altered imprint. There is 
nothing to indicate the priority of either issue. 
B.M., Harv. 

OVID's [ EPISTLES, | TRANSLATED j BY | SEVERAL 165 (e) 
HANDS. | | The fourth Edition. ] With the Addition of three 1688 
Epistles of PAULUS \ SABINUS, in Answer to as many of | 
OVID. | ] Adorn'd with several Cuts. | | [2 lines of verse, from 
Ovid] j 1 LONDON: \ Printed for /. T. and are to be sold by 
R. Wild, | at the Bible and Crown near Ludgate. \ M DCLXXXVIIL 

8. i leaf, A-Q 8 , R 7 , A 8 , B 6 . Title, verso blank; preface, by Dryden, 16 pp. ; 

text, pp. 1-253 1 table of contents, I p. ; bastard title, verso blank ; preface, 

2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-24. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 35, 53, 97, 137 and 190, 

not counted in signatures or pagination. 

C 3 and K 4 are misprinted G 3 and K 3 : 2 B 4 is signed. P. 213 is misnum- 

bered 113. 

Harv. 

OVID's | EPISTLES, j TRANSLATED | BY | SEVERAL 165 (f) 

HANDS. | | The sixth Edition. | | Adorned with several Cuts. | 1701 

| [a lines of verse, from Ovid] | | LONDON, \ Printed for 

Jacob Tonson, within Grays-Inn Gate | next Grays-Inn Lane, 1701. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A-S 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, by Dryden, 16 pp. ; text, pp. 1-240; 

table of contents, i p.; I p. blank; text, 2 pp., 1-24; book-list of Jacob 

Tonson, 2 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 35, 53, 97, 137 and 178, 

not counted in signatures or pagination. 

O 3 is unsigned. P. 156 is misnumbered 56: p. 2 9 is unnumbered: p. 2 2o has 

the 2 inverted : in some copies p. 50 is misnumbered o. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece and leaf S 8), Yale (lacks plate at p. i). 

OVID's | EPISTLES, | TRANSLATED | BY | SEVERAL 165 (g) 
HANDS. | | The SEVENTH EDITION. | ... | ... Grays-Inn \ 1705 
Gate next Grays-Inn Lane, 1705. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule : it follows that of the 
edition of 1701, with the differences indicated. 

109 



8. A 8 , 2 leaves, B-R 8 , S 5 . Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to Lady 

Louisa Lenos, 4 pp. ; preface, by Dry den, 16 pp. ; text, pp. 1-265 ; table of 

contents, i p. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 34, 52, 75, 102 and 190, 

not counted in signatures or pagination. 

L 4 and N 3 are unsigned : S 4 is signed : in some copies N 3 is misprinted 

F 3, in others it is unsigned. P. 30 is misnumbered 29. 

B.M., Harv. 

165 (h) OVID's I EPISTLES, ( TRANSLATED | BY | SEVERAL 
1712 HANDS. | | The EIGHTH EDITION. | With a new Trans- 
lation of | THREE EPISTLES, \ And several Cuts never before 
Published. | | [2 lines of verse, from Ovid] | | LONDON: | 
Printed for Jacob Tonson, | at Shakespear's Head over-| against 
Catherine Street in the Strand. M DCC XII. | | Lately Printed, 
Ovid's Art of Love, and Remedy of | Love, with the Court of Love, 
and History of Love. | Translated by several Hands. Sold by /. 
Tonson. 

8. A~U 8 , X 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to Lady Louisa 

Lenos, 2 pp. ; publisher's preface, 2 pp. ; preface, by Dryden, 16 pp. ; text, 

pp. 1-304 ; table of contents, 2 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 21, 48, 66, 73, 89, 139, 170, 

180, 192, 202, 214, 237, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

M4 is unsigned. P. 303 is misnumbered 203: in some copies pp. 170 and 

242 are misnumbered 29 and 252. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

165 (i) OVID's | EPISTLES, | TRANSLATED | BY | SEVERAL 
1716 HANDS, j | Adorn'd with CUTTS. | | [2 lines of verse, from 
Ovid] | | LONDON: | Printed for JACOB TONSON at Shake- 
spear's | Head over-against Katharine-Street in | the Strand. 
M DCC XVI. | | Lately Printed, . . . 

The remainder of the advertisement follows that in the edition of 1712. 
12. A 12 , a 6 , B-K 12 , L 6 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, 
to Lady Louisa Lenos, 2 pp. ; publisher's preface, 4 pp. ; preface, by Dryden, 
24 pp.; table of contents, 2 pp. text, pp. [i]-22i ; book-list of J. Tonson, 
7 PP- 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 15, 40, 53, 70, 126, 133, 
141, 148 and 172, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
P. 36 is misnumbered 3. 
Bodl. 

110 



OVID's \ EPISTLES, | . . . | Printed for J. TONSON : And Sold by | 165 (j) 

J. BROTHERTON, and W. MEADOWS, | at the Black-Bull in 1720 

CornhilL 1720. 

The title follows that of the edition of 1716, with the differences indicated. 

12. A 12 , a 6 , B-K 12 , IA Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to Lady 

Louisa Lenos, 2 pp. ; publisher's preface, 4 pp. ; preface, by Dryden, 25 pp. ; 

table of contents, 2 pp.; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]~22i; book-list of J. 

Tonson, 7 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 15, 40, 53, 70, 89, 126, 

133, 141, 148 and 172, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

K 5 is misprinted K 3. Pp. 89, 188, 211 and 220 are misnumbered 40, 141, 

in and 120. 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks frontispiece). 

OVID f s | EPISTLES : | WITH HIS | AMOURS. | Translated into | 165 (k) 
ENGLISH VERSE, I By the Most Eminent Hands. \ \ Adorn'd 1725 
with CUTTS. i | [2 lines of verse, from Ovid] | j LONDON: 
Printed for J. TONSON, at Shakespear's \ Head in the Strand. \ 
M DCC XXV. 

12. A-P 12 , Q 6 , R 2 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, in verse, to Lady Louisa 

Lenos, 2 pp. ; publisher's preface, 2 pp. ; preface, by Dryden, 16 pp. ; table 

of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]~ 352. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 15, 39, 52, 69, 88, 125, 

132, 140, 155, 171 and 220, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

Pp. 54, 56, 162 and 209 are misnumbered 44, 46, 152 and 109: in some copies 

pp. 203 and 234 are misnumbered 201 and 334. 

B.M. (lacks plate at p. 220), Bodl. 

OVID's | EPISTLES : | WITH HIS | AMOURS. [ Translated into | 165 (1) 
ENGLISH VERSE, | By the Most Eminent Hands. \ \ Adorn'd 1727 
with CUTTS. | | [2 lines of verse, from Ovid] | = | DUBLIN: 
Printed by S. POWELL, for G. RISK, |G. EWING, and W. SMITH, 
in Dame's-street, M DCC XXVII 

12. A-I 12 , K 6 , L-P 12 , Q 2 . Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to Lady 
Louisa Lenos, 2 pp. ; publisher's preface, 2 pp. ; preface, by Dryden, 17 pp. ; 
table of contents, i p. ; text, pp. [i]~328. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 14, 38, 49, 65, 83, 118, 
124, 132, 147, 161 and 205, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
C 3 and F 3 are misprinted C 2 and T 3 : H 4 is unsigned. P. 308 is mis- 
numbered 708. 
Yale (lacks leaf B 8). 

Ill 



165 (m) OVID's \ EPISTLES: | . . . | M DCCXXIX. 

1729 xhe title follows that of the edition of 1725, with the differences indicated. 
12. A-P 12 , Q 6 . Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to Lady Louisa 
Lenos, 2 pp. ; publisher's preface, 2 pp. ; preface, by Dryden, 16 pp. ; table 
of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i 1-348. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 14, 39, 52, 69, 88, 132, 
140, 155, 171 and 221, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
Q 2 is misprinted Q. Pp. 203 and 342 are misnumbered 201 and 242. 
B.M. 

165 (n) OVID's \ EPISTLES: | WITH HIS | AMOURS. | Translated into | 
1748 ENGLISH VERSE, | By the Most Eminent Hands. \ | [2 lines 

of verse, from Ovid] | = | LONDON: \ Printed for J. and R. 
TONSON and S. DRAPER ( in the Strand. \ (MDCCXLVIIL 

12. A-P 12 , Q 6 . Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to Lady Louisa 

Lenos, 2 pp. ; publisher's preface, 2 pp. ; preface, by Dryden, 16 pp. ; table 

of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-34^- 

Frontispiece, and plate at p. 219, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

P. 327 is misnumbered 27. 

Bodl. 

*% Later editions were published in 1795 and 1836 (New York). 

166 A NEW | COLLECTION | Of the Choicest | SONGS, [ As they are 
1682 SUNG at | COURT, | BOTH THE | THEATERS, | THE | 

MUSICK-SCHOOLS | and Academies, &c. | Collected for the 

Recreation of Gentlemen, | Ladies, and others. ) | London, 

Printed for D. Brown at the Black-Swan with-jout Temple-Ban, 

and T. Benskin in St. Brides \ Church- Yard, 1682. 

4. A-E 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 38pp. 

B 3 is signed. 

Harv. 

167 ANACREON | Done into English | Out of the | Original Greek. | 
3:683 I lines of Latin verse] | | OXFORD, \ Printed by 

L. Lichfield Printer to the University, | for Anthony Stephens 
Bookseller near the | Theatre, 1683. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

112 



So, signed in fours, a, b 4 , c 2 , B-O 4 , P 2 . Title, verso blank ; preface, signed 

S. B., 9 pp. ; i p. blank; life of Anacreon, 8 pp. ; text, pp. 1-72, 79-114, 

P 2 is signed. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

The collection was reprinted by the Nonesuch Press in 1923. 

THE i C0mpltat C0tirtit: | OR, | CUPID' $ Academy. | Contain- 168 
ing | An Exact and excellent Collection of all | the newest and 1683 
choicest Songs, Poems, Epigrams, | Satyrs, Elegant Epistles, In- 
genious Dialogues, | Quaint Expressions, Complemental Cere- 
monies, | Amorous Addresses and Answers, in a most plea-|sant and 
pathetick strain, fitted and prepared | for all capacities. And 
humbly recommended to j the perusal of all young Gentlemen, 
Ladies, and I others, who are inclinable to recreate themselves 
with harmless mirth. | | By J. SHURLY, Gent, j j LONDON, 
Printed for W. T. and are to be sold | by Joshua Conyers, at the 
Black | Raven in Duck lane. 1683. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A2-A6, B-G 12 , H 6 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed J. Shurly, 
4 PP- * prologue, 3 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-155 > * P- blank. 
BodL 

HYMEN^EUS j Cantabrigiensis. j | [ornament] | ) CANT A- 169 
BRIGIM: | Ex Officina Johannis Hayes, celeberrimse Academiae | 1683 
Typographi. Ann. Dom. 1683. 

40. 3 leaves, B 2 , C-N 4 , O 2 , P-S 4 , T 2 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to 

the King (Charles II), signed Johan. Copleston, vice-chancellor, i p.; 

address to the King, signed Johan. Copleston, i p. ; text, 134 pp. 

Leaves B 2, O 2 and the third leaves of gatherings C-N are signed. In some 

copies the signature and catchword on Q i r are dropped a line below the text, 

and there is a comma after ' Commoner* on Q 2 r , line 9. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and English. The English verse 

begins on P i r . 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

ROME RHYM'D | TO | DEATH. | Being a Collection | OF 170 
CHOICE | POEMS : | In two parts. | | Written by the E. o/R. Dr. 1683 
Wild, and others of \ the best Modern Wits. \ \ LONDON, \ 



Printed for John How, at the Seven Stars, at | the South- West 
corner of the Royal Ex-\change, in Cornhill. 1683. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. i leaf, B-I 8 , i leaf. Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-130. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

E 4 is unsigned : in some copies E 3 is misprinted D 3. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Yale, Harv. 

171 A | Choice Collection | OF | 120 Loyal Songs, [ All of them written 

1684 since the | TWO late PLOTS, | (VIZ). \ The Horrid Salamanca Plot 
in 1678, | AND THE | Fanatical Conspiracy in 1683. | Intermixt 
with some New Love SONGS | With a Table to find every Song 
To which is added, | An Anagram, and an Accrostick \ ON THE 
Salamanca DOCTOR. | | LONDON, \ Printed by N. T. at the 
entrance into the | Old Spring Garden near Charing Cross. 1684. 

12 in sixes, a, A-Y 6 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed Nfathaniel] 

T[hompson], 4 pp. ; table of contents, and advertisement, 4 pp. ; book-list 

of Nath. Thompson, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-264. 

M 2 is misprinted M 3 ; N 2 and X 3 are unsigned. Pp. 159, 225, 227, 228 and 

237 are misnumbered 195, 125, 228, 227 and 137. 

B.M. 

171 (c) A | Choice Collection | OF | 180 Loyal Songs, | All of them written 

1685 since the | TWO late PLOTS | (VIZ.) \ The Horrid Salamanca Plot 
in 1678. | AND THE | Fanatical Conspiracy in 1683. | Intermixt 
with some New Love SONGS. | With a Table to find every Song. | 
To which is added, | The Musical Notes to each Song. \ j The 
Third Edition with many Additions | | LONDON, Printed by 
N. T. at the entrance into the | Old-Spring-Garden near Charing- 
Cross, 1685. | Price Bound 2s. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

12. a 6 , B-Q 12 , R 6 . Title, verso blank ; preface, signed N[athaniel] T[homp- 

son], 4 pp. ; table of contents, 5 pp. ; book-list of Nath. Thompson, i p. ; 

text, pp. M-372. 

D 3, D 5, F 4, G 4 and P 4 are misprinted D 5, D 6, F 3, G 5 and P 3 : F 5 

and L 5 are unsigned : R 4 is signed. The following pages are misnumbered : 

39 (36), 220 (202), 321 (322), and, in some copies, 334 (335)*. 335 (334)- 

P. 26 is numbered in the wrong corner: the number of p. 234 is inverted. 

B.M., Bodl. 

114 



A [ COLLECTION, | Of One Hundred and Eighty | 
All Written since 1678. | And Intennixt with several New I LOVE 
SONGS. | To which is Added, I THE NOTES I Set by Several 
MASTERS of MUSICK. | With a Table to find every Song. | 
Cpe JFcmrtl (C&ition toiti) manj SLVtiitiwtfS. \ \ LONDON, t 

Printed, and are to be Sold by Richard \ Butt, in Princess-street in 

Covent-Garden. 1694. | Price Bound 2s, 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is the third edition, 1685, with a new title-page. 

B.M., BodGL, Yale, Harv. 

Miscellany Poems. | Containing a New | TRANSLATION I OF 
VIRGILLS Eclogues, | OVID'S Love Elegies, I Odes of HORACE, 
And OTHER AUTHORS; | WITH SEVERAL j ORIGINAL 
POEMS. I | By the most Eminent Hands. | | [2 lines of verse, 
from Virgil] | | LONDON, \ Printed for Jacob Tonson, at the 
Judges-head in J Chancery-Lane near Fleet-street, 1684. 

The words from 'VIRGILLS' through 'AUTHORS' are preceded by a 

bracket. 

8<>. 4 leaves, B-X 8 , Y 4 , A-C 8 , D 11 , E 8 , F 4 , i leaf. Title, verso blank; table 

of contents, 6 pp.; text, pp. 1-328; bastard title, verso blank; text, pp. 

1-92 ; book-list of Jacob Tonson, 2 pp. 

X 4 and Y 2 are unsigned: in some copies Q 6 is signed R 3. In some copies 

2 E 2 and 2 E 3 are cancels. Pp. X i6 and, in some copies ^78 and ^5 are 

numbered in the wrong corner. The leaves of gathering 2 D are like those 

of an ordinary octavo gathering: leaves 2 D 5-D 7, which are missing in one 

of the Bodleian copies, probably constitute an inset. 

B.M., Bodl. f Yale (lacks last leaf), Harv. 

MISCELLANY POEMS: \ In Two Parts. I I Containing New 
TRANSLATIONS | OUT OF | VIRGIL, I LUCRETIUS, 
HORACE, | OVID, \ THEOCRITUS, \ And other Authours. 
With Several | ORIGINAL POEMS. \-\By the Most Eminent 
Hands. \ \ Published by Mr. DRYDEN. | | [2 lines of verse, 
from Virgil] | | <ft%t >C0ntJ Coition. | \LONDON, \ Printed 
for Jacob Tonson, and are to be Sold by Joseph \ Hindmarsh, at 
the Golden-Ball in Cornhill, 1692. 

The names of the authors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, re- 
versed, between the columns. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines 
of rule. 



171 (d) 

1694 



172 

W (a) 
1684 



172 



1692 



8. 4 leaves, B-Cc 8 , Dd 4 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, 6 pp. ; text, 
pp. 1-407 ; i p. blank. 

The second part referred to in the title is the second volume of the 
miscellany: in some cases it is the first edition, 1685, and in others the 
second, 1693. For the second volume see Sylvae, Book 172 (2) (a), etc. 
B.M., Bodl. 

172 MISCELLANY POEMS: | ... | ... Tonson, at the Judges-Head \ 
(i) (c) in Chancery-Lane near Fleet-street, 1692. 

IOQ2 jk e title f n ows that of the issue just described, with the differences 
indicated. 

This issue is in all other respects like that just described. 
Harv. 

172 MISCELLANY POEMS: \ The First Part. | | Containing 

(i) (d) Variety of | NEW TRANSLATIONS | OF THE | Ancient Poets. | 

1702 Together with Several | ORIGINAL POEMS, | | By the Most 

Eminent Hands. \ \ Published by Mr. DRYDEN. \ | [2 lines 

of verse, from Virgil] | | The Third Edition, j | LONDON, \ 

Printed for Jacob Tonson, within Grays-Inn \ Gate next Grays- 

Inn Lane, 1702. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 4 , B-E 8 , F 4 , G-Cc 8 , Dd 4 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 6 pp. ; 

text, pp. 1-399; i p. blank. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

H 4 is misprinted H 3. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Bodl., Harv. 

For later editions see The First Part of Miscellany Poems, below. 



172 SYLVAE: | OR, THE | feM0n& |9att | OF | POETICAL | Miscel- 
(2) (a) lanies. | | [2 lines of verse, from Virgil] | | LONDON, \ 
1685 Printed for Jacob Tonson, at the JudgestHead \ in Chancery vlane 
near Fleetstreet, 1685. 

80. A, a 8 , b 4 , i leaf, B-L 8 , M 4 , Aa-Hh 8 , Ii 7 . Title, verso blank; preface, 
signed John Dryden, 30 pp.; table of contents, 7 pp.; i p. blank; errata, 
i p. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-168, 353-494. 

D 3, F 3, G 4, H 3, H 4, I 3 and K 3 are unsigned. The page-numbers of 
gathering K (all incorrect) run 141, 126, 127, 144, 145, 130, 131, 148, 149, 
134, 135, 152, 155, 138, 139, 159. The numbers of pp. 395 and 399 are 

116 



interchanged, as are those of pp. 490 and 491 : p. 424 Is misnumbered 324. 

Leaf G i may be a cancel. 

The leaf with the errata, which is bound in after b 4 in most copies, was 

probably printed as li 5 : in the Harvard copy it shows the offset of p. 488 

(li 4 V ) on the recto, and of p. 489 on the verso. 

B.M. (lacks errata leaf), BodL, Yale, Harv. 

SYLVAE: | ... | [2 lines of verse, from Virgil] | | The Second 172 
Edition. | | LONDON, \ . . . Judges-Head in | Chancery Lane ... (2) (b) 
1692. 1692 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 

8. A, a, B-U 8 , X 3 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed John Dryden, 

22 pp. ; table of contents, y pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-310. 

a 3 and L 4 are misprinted a 5 and 4:03 and K 3 are unsigned. Pp. 29 and 

266 are misnumbered 92 and 666, 

Harv. 

SYLVAE: | ...)... 1693. 172 

The title follows that of the issue just described, with the difference indi- ( 2 ) ( c ) 
cated. 1693 

This issue is in other respects like that just described. 
Bodl. 

SYLVAE: | OR, THE | SECOND PART \ OF | POETICAL | 172 
MISCELLANIES. | | Published by Mr. DRYDEN. | | [2 lines (2) (d) 
of verse, from Virgil] | The THIRD EDITION. | J LONDON, \ 1702 
Printed for Jacob Tonson, within Grays-Inn \ Gate, next Grays- 
Inn Lane. 1702. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 8 , a 4 , A-TJ 8 , X 2 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed Jonn Dryden, 

22 pp. ; text, 14 pp., 1-306 ; table of contents, 4 pp. 

P. 112 is misnumbered 212. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. (lacks title-page). 

For later editions see The First Part of Miscellany Poems, below. 

Examen Poeticum: \ BEING | THE THIRD PART | OF | Miscel- 172 
lany Poems. | Containing Variety of | NEW TRANSLATIONS | (3) (a) 
OF THE Ancient Poets. \ Together with many | ORIGINAL 1693 
COPIES, BY THE | Most Eminent Hands. \ \ [3 lines of 

117 



verse, from Virgil] | | LONDON: \ Printed by R. E. for Jacob 
Tonson, at the Judges I Head in Chancery-Lane, near Fleetstreet. I 
M DC XCIII. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
Half-title: | THE | THIRD PART | OF | Miscellany Poems. | - 
8. A, B 8 , b 4 , B-Gg 8 , Hh 3 , Aaa, B-F 8 , G 2 . Half-title, verso blank; title, 
verso blank ; dedication, to Lord Radcliffe, signed John Dryden, 24 pp. ; 
bookseller's preface, signed Jacob Tonson, 3 pp. ; i p. blank; table of con- 
tents, 8 pp. ; text, 2 pp., 1-468, 16 pp., 1-84. 

A i is signed: 2 G 2 is signed G 3. Pp. l g, ^95 and ^15 are misnumbered 6, 
296 and 215 : in some copies p. 142 is misnumbered 14. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

172 Examen Poeticum: | . . . 
(3) (b} Half-title: | THE | THIRD PART | . . . 

1693 The title and half-title follow those of the issue just described. 

This issue is the same as that just described through gathering Hh: from 
that point the collation is: Aaa~Fff 8 : text, 16 pp., 1-78 ; 2 pp. blank. The 
contents are the same as those of the concluding gatherings of the other 
issue. Bbb 3 is misprinted B 3. 
Bodl., Harv. 



172 Examen ... ... ... Poems, 



(3) ( c ) [3 liftes of verse, from Virgil] | 
1706 | LONDON: Printed for Jacob 



ANCIENT POETS. I ... 
The SECOND EDITION. 

Tonson, within Grays-\Inn 



Gate, next Grays-Inn Lane. M DCC VI. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 
first edition, with the differences indicated. 
Half-title : (as in first edition) . 

8. A, a 8 , b 4 , B-Ee 8 , Ff 4 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; dedi- 
cation, to Lord Radcliffe, signed John Dryden, 24 pp. ; bookseller's preface, 
3 PP- > * P* blank; table of contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-33i, 340-448. 
The following pages are misnumbered: 312 (12), 342 (334), 343 (335) > 37 
(390), 37i (391), 374 (394), 375 (395), 4^5 (125). 
Bodl. (lacks half -title), Harv. 
For later editions see The First Part of Miscellany Poems, below. 

172 THE | Annual Miscellany: \ FOR | The YEAR 1694. | BEING | 

(4) (a) THE FOURTH PART I OF I Miscellany Poems. | Containing 

1694 Great Variety | OF NEW TRANSLATIONS | AND | Original 

Copies, | BY THE Most Eminent Hands. \ = | LONDON: \ 

118 



Printed by R. E. for Jacob Tonson, at the Judges \ Head near the 

Inner Temple-Gate, in Fleetstreet. \ M DC XCIV. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. 2 leaves, A 2 , B-Y 8 , Z 1 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; 

table of contents, 4 pp.; text, pp. [13-327; table of contents of first three 

volumes, n pp. 

Y 3 and Y 4 are unsigned. Pp. 222, 223, 238 and 239 are misnumbered 122, 

123, 138 and 139. 

B.M., Harv. 

THE [ Annual Miscellany: \ FOR | The YEAR 1694. | BEING | 172 

THE FOURTH PART | OF | Miscellany Poems. [ Containing (4) (b) 



great Variety | OF | NEW TRANSLATIONS 
COPIES, 1 BY THE I Most Eminent Hands, 



AND ) ORIGINAL 1708 
! The SECOND 



EDITION. | | LONDON: \ Printed for Jacob Tonson, within 
Grays-Inn Gate | next Grays-Inn Lane. 1708. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

So. a 4 , A-Bb 8 , 2 leaves, B~F 8 , G 4 , H 2 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, 

5 pp.; i p. blank; text, 4 pp., 1-364, 375-406; i p. blank; frontispiece to 

Cyder, i p. ; title of Cyder, verso blank ; half-title to Cyder, verso blank ; text 

pp. [i]-89 ; i p. blank. 

Q 4 is unsigned. P. 363 is misnumbered 263. 

Bodl. (lacks 2 leaves after Bb 8), Yale, Harv. (lacks leaf following Bb 8). 

For later editions see The First Part of Miscellany Poems, below. 

Poetical Miscellanies: \ THE | FIFTH PART. ) Containing a | 172 

COLLECTION | OF | Original Poems, \ With Several | New Trans- (5) (a) 

lations. | | By the most Eminent Hands. \ [ LONDON, \ 1704 

Printed for Jacob Tonson, within Grays-Inn \ Gate, next Grays-Inn 

Lane. 1704. | | Where you may have the Four former Paris: Pub-\ 

listid by Mr. Dryden. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: | POETICAL \ MISCELLANIES. | THE | FIFTH PART. \ 

8. 2 leaves, A-Pp 8 . Half-title, ip. ; 2 pp. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, 

verso blank; text, 2 pp., 1-556, 577-616; table of contents, 8 pp. 

The following pages are misnumbered: 312 (12), 378 (379), 379 (378), 611 

(612). 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks first z leaves), Yale, Harv. 
For later editions see The First Part of Miscellany Poems, below. 

119 



172 Poetical Miscellanies: \ THE | SIXTH PART. | Containing a | 
(6) (a) COLLECTION | OF | Original Poems, \ With Several | New Trans- 
1709 lations. j | By the most Eminent Hands. \ | LONDON, \ 
Printed for Jacob Tonson, within Grays-Inn \ Gate, next Grays-Inn 
Lane. 1709. | | Where you may have the Five former Parts. 
8. A 4 , B-T 8 , U 7 , X~Rr 8 , Ss 6 , Aaa, Bbb 8 . Title, verso blank; publisher's 
preface, signed Jacob Tonson, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; text, 4 pp., 
1-172, 177-224, 221-298, 301-632, 2 pp., 7 2 3-75* ; I P- blank. 
Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
P 4 Y 3 Kk 2, Nn 4, Rr 3 and Ss 3 are unsigned: Ss 4 is signed. Pp. 161 
and 491 are misnumbered 16 and 492. In some copies Hh 8 is a cancel, with 
'Imitation' substituted for 'Translation' in the title of the poem on the 
recto In some copies Mm 3 is a cancel and is unsigned: the cause of the 
cancellation was the imperfect printing of three lines on the original leaf. 
Y 6 appears to be a cancel in some copies. 

The irregularities in signatures and pagination indicate that the book was 
built around Pope's contributions. Sheets N-P, containing all but four 
pages of January and May, and sheets Aaa and Bbb, containing the Pas- 
torals must have been printed before any of the rest of the book, since they 
were paged as if page i fell on leaf B i, as is normally the case. When sheet 
B was printed, however, four unnumbered pages were allotted to a preface 
to Ambrose Philips's Pastorals, and the page which normally would have 
been 176 became 172. Sheet X must have been printed after sheet B, since 
it conforms to the new system of pagination. The gap between pp. 632 and 
72S can most easily be accounted for by assuming that Tonson ran short of 
material, although he asserts in his preface that he has much that he will 
not use, 'otherwaysthis Volume would have swell'd beyond the Size of any 
of the former ones'. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 
For later editions see The First Part of Miscellany Poems, below. 

172 The FIRST PART of I Miscellany Poems. | Containing Variety of 
i) (e) New I TRANSLATIONS | OF THE | ANCIENT POETS: ' 

V-v v-y _ _ .1 .,, ~ -, /^T->T/~T-vr AT "nrvmv/rc I I Z?A, +7** MV>. 



1716 Together with Several 
Eminent Hands. I 



ORIGINAL POEMS. | | By the Most 
Published by Mr. DRYDEN. \ \ [2 



lines of verse, from Virgil] | | The FOURTH EDITION. | 
LONDON: [ Printed for JACOB TONSON at Shakespear's 
Head over-against Katharine-Street in | the Strand. M DCC XVI. 

12 A 2 , *A 4 , A 3-A 12, a, B-Q 12 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso 
blank; dedication, to the Duke of Newcastle, 7 pp.; i p. blank; preface, 
signed JohnDryden, pp. [i]-xxxvi; table of contents, 7 pp.; i p. blank; 
text, pp. [i]-~3 6 - 

I2O 



B 6 is signed : E 4 and G 3 are unsigned : M 3 is misprinted M 5. Pp. xxxiii 
and xxxiv are misnnmbered xxxiv and xxiv. 

B.2VL, BodL, Yale, Harv. 



The SECOND PART of I ... I LONDON; I . . . 172 

(2] fe) 
The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. l ' * 

12. A 6 , B-R 12 , S 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table I ^ 71 
of contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]~396. 

F 4 and P 3 are unsigned : in some copies B 5 is misprinted C 5. Pp. 348 and 
369 are misnnmbered 344 and 269. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

The THIRD PART of j ... | [3 lines of verse, from Virgil] j [ 172 
LONDON: \ . . . (3) (d) 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
12. A 6 , B-R 12 , S 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table 
of contents, 8 pp.; preface to first poem, pp. [i]-xv; i p. blank; text, pp. 



K 4 and N 4 are unsigned: R 6 is signed. Pp. 219, 241 and 265 are misnurn- 
bered 319, 341 and 365. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

The FOURTH PART of | ... | ... DRYDEN. \ [ LONDON: \ 172 

(4) (c) 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. ' 
12. A 6 , B-R 12 , S 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; table 
of contents, 7 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]-395 ; * P- blank. 
O 6 is signed. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

The FIFTH PART of | ... | ... DRYDEN. \ \ LONDON: \ . . . 172 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. '5M ) 

12. A 6 , B-R 12 , S 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table 

of contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-396. 

C 4, F 3 and R 4 are unsigned : D 6, E 6, I 6 and P 6 are signed. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

121 R 



172 The SIXTH PART of | ... | ... DRYDEN. \ \ LONDON; | . . . 
(6) (b) The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
1716 12. A 6 , B-S 12 , T 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table 
of contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [13-420. 

F 3 is misprinted 3: I 3 is unsigned: in some copies P 2 is misprinted 2. 
P. 165 is misnumbered 265. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

172 The FIRST PART of I Miscellany Poems. | Containing Variety of 

(i) (f) New I TRANSLATIONS | OF THE | ANCIENT POETS: \ 
1727 Together with Several | ORIGINAL POEMS. \-\By the Most 
Eminent Hands. \ \ Published by Mr. DRYDEN. \ \ 2 lines 
of verse, from Virgil] | | The FIFTH EDITION. | \LONDON: \ 
Printed for J. TONSON in the Strand. \ | M DCC XXVII. 
12. A, a, B-P 12 , Q 6 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; dedi- 
cation, to the Duke of Newcastle, 8 pp. ; preface, signed John Dryden, 
pp. [i]-xxix; i p. blank; table of contents, 6 pp. ; text, pp. [i]~34 8 - 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

172 The SECOND PART of | ... 

C 2 ) (f) The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
1727 12. A 6 , B-R 12 , S 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table 
of contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-394; 2 pp. blank. 
P. 283 is misnumbered 383. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

172 The THIRD PART of | ... | [3 lines of verse, from Virgil] | . . . 

(3) ( e ) The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 

I 7 2 7 12. A 6 , B-R 12 , S 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table 
of contents, 7 pp. ; i p. blank ; preface to first poem, signed John Dryden, 
pp. [i]-xv; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]~379; * P* blank. 
R 3 is unsigned. P. 154 is misnumbered 172. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

172 The FOURTH PART of | ... | ... DRYDEN. \ \ The FIFTH 

(4) (d) EDITION. | ... 

1727 The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 

12. A 6 , B-R. 12 , S 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table 
of contents, 7 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]~393 ; 3 PP* blank. 
M 2 is unsigned. Pp. 296 and 298 are misnumbered 266 and 598. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

122 



The FIFTH PART of | ... j ... DRYDEN. | | The FIFTH 172 

EDITION. 1 ... (5) (c) 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences Indicated. 1727 

12. A 6 , B-R 12 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table of 

contents, 7 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]~38i ; 3 pp. blank. 

P 2 is misprinted P 3. Pp. 93 and 107 are misnumbered 39 and 117. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

The SIXTH PART of ! ... I ... DRYDEN. \ \ The FIFTH 172 

EDITION. | ... (6) (c) 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. I7 2 7 

12. A 6 , B-P 12 , Q 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table 

of contents, 7 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]~348. 

I 5 is misprinted I 6: M 6 is signed. Pp. 341, 346 and 347 are misnumbered 

345, 348 and 349. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

[Wits Cabinet, 1684.] 173 

Copy for what was presumably the first edition of this book was entered in 1684 
the Stationers' Register on April 19, 1684, and the book is entered in the 
Term Catalogue for Easter Term, 1684. The publishers were Thomas 
Simmons and Henry Rhodes. The description in the Stationers' Register 
indicates that a collection of songs was included from the beginning. The 
third, fourth and seventh editions appear in the Term Catalogue in December, 
1686, June, 1689, and November, 1697. 



Cabinet | | OR, A | COMPANION | FOR I Young Men 173 (k) 
and Ladies; \ CONTAINING | [9 titles] | | <Qfoz Client!) 1703 
CfcitiOtt mutl) enlarged | | London: Printed for ^, EIjOfcegF, 
at the Star, the | Corner of Bride lane, in Fleet-street, 1703. | J 
Price Bound One Shilling. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. The last line on the 

title-page is printed between the lines of the border. 

12. A 3-A 12, B-H 12 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-180; book-list of 

H. Rhodes, 6 pp. 

P. 56 is misnumbered 50. 

BodL (lacks leaves D 4, F4 and F9). 



Cabinet: | | OR, A | COMPANION | FOR | Young Men, 173 (o) 
and Ladies: \ CONTAINING | [list of contents, 9 items] | | 1731 

(tuition, mutp (Enlarged | | London: Printed 
123 



for /. Clarke, at the Golden-Ball, in | Duck-Lane: And A. Wilde, in 
Alder sgate-Street. 1731. | | Price Bound One Shilling. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. The last line of the title 
is printed between the lines of the border. 

12. A2-Ai2, B-G 12 . Title, p. [3]; blank, p. [4]; preface, pp. [5, 6]; 

text, pp. 7-96, 107-178. 

C 3 and E 5 are unsigned: C 4 is misprinted C 2. 

Yale. 



173 (p) flfllitjS Cabinet: | | OR, A | COMPANION I FOR | Young Men 
1737 and Ladies: \ CONTAINING | I. The Whole ART of Wooing and 
making Love, ... | ... | ... with the Newest SONGS, sung at 
Court | and both Theatres. [10 other items] | | C|l* Mzttmtll 
(EtUtiart, ttlttrf) QCrilarjyelX | London: Printed for /. Clarke, at 
the Golden-Ball \ in Duck Lane: And A. Wilde, in Alder sgate-\Street, 



The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A-G 12 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; blank, p. [4] ; 

preface, pp. [5, 6] ; text, pp. 7-96, 107-178. 

A 3, C i, C 3, E 3, and F 4 are unsigned: C 4 and C 5 are misprinted C 2 
and D 5. The following pages are misnumbered : 8 (18), 9 (91), 24 (14), 
53 (13), 139 (193), 142 (42): pp. 88 and 146 are numbered in the wrong 
corner. 
B.M. 

173 (r) 22Jit0 Cabinet: | [line of ornaments] I BEING A I COMPANION 
? FOR | Young Men and Ladies: \ CONTAINING ) [9 titles] I 
The Eighteenth EDITION. | | LONDON: Printed for A. 
WILDE, in Golden~\Lion-Court, in Aldersgate-Street \ J Price 
Bound One Shilling. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

12. A-F 12 , G, g 6 . Book-list of A. Wilde, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, 

p. [3]; book-list of A. Wilde, p. [4]; preface, pp. [5, 6]; text, pp. 7-168. 

The sixth leaf is signed in gatherings A-F. C 6 is misprinted 4: D 6, 

E 3 and g 3 are unsigned. 

Bodl. 

*** This collection should not be confused with one having a similar title, 
published by T. Norris (Book 481). 

124 



THE | ACADEMY | OF j COMPLEMENTS; j Or, A new way of 174 

Wooing. \ Wherein is variety of Love-Letters, very fit to be read 1685 

of [ all Young Men and Maids, that desire to learn the true j way 

of Complements. | [ [2 lines of English verse] ] [ornament]] 

London, Printed for Thomas Passinger at the Sign of the | Three 

Bibles on London-Bridge, 1685 

12 ^ eights and fours. A 8 , B 4 . Title, i p. ; text, 23 pp. 

This is a different collection from others with similar titles. 

B.M. (title-page mutilated). 



A | COLLECTION | OF ( 86 E0jal 3&0*m& | All of them written 
upon the Two late j PLOTS, | VIZ, \ The Horrid Salamanca PLOT 
in 1678. ( AND THE [ Present Fanatical Conspiracy in 1683: | To 
which is added, | Advice to the CARVER, | Written on the Death 
of the late L. Stafford j WITH | Several Poems on their Majesties 
Coronation, \ Never before Published. | | Collected by N. T. \ 
| Printed by N. T. at the Entrance into the | Old-Spring-Garden 
near Charing-Cross , 1685. 



175 



1685 



In some copies the 



The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule, 
period following the date is very faint. 

8. A-Bb 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed Nat. Thompson, 9 pp. ; table 
of contents, and book-list of Nath. Thompson, 5 pp. - text pp 1-335 
334-381, 392. 

F4 is unsigned: H 3 is misprinted H 5. The following pages are mis- 
numbered: 42 (43), 43 (42), 186 (187), 187 (186), 221 (224), 224 (221), 324 
(322), 325 (323), 328 (326), 329 (327), 332 (330), 333 (33i), 370 (38o) 37i 
(381), 374 (384), 375 (385), 378 (338), 379 (389)- 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

Loyal Poems | AND I SATYRS 1 Upon the TIMES, | Since the 176 

beginning of the | Salamanca 49iOt, | Written by several Hands. 1685 

| Collected by M. T. \ | [2 lines of verse, from Dryden] 

] LONDON, | Printed for John Smith Bookseller in Russd-Street 
near Cogent-Garden , 1685. 

8. A 4 , B-I 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Loyal Club, signed 
Matthew Taubman, 3 pp. ; eulogy, in verse, of the Loyal Club, 2 pp. ; table 
of contents, i p. ; text, pp. 1128. 
B 3 is unsigned. 
B.M., Harv. 

125 



177 MISCELLANY, | Being A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | 
1685 By several Hands. I | Together with I REFLECTIONS I ON 
MORALITY, | OR [ SENECA UNMASQUED. | | LONDON: 
Printed for /. Hindmarsh, at | the Golden Ball over against the 
Royal Exchange in Cornhil, 1685. 

8. A, a 4 , B-U 8 , X 4 , Y-Cc 8 , Dd 2 . Title, verso blank; dedication, signed 

Afphra] Behn, 6 pp. ; table of contents, 6 pp. ; 2 pp. blank ; text, pp. 1299, 

15 pp., 301-382. 

A 3, a 3, X 3 and Dd 2 are signed: Aa 4 is unsigned. One of the leaves of 

gathering R is probably a cancel. The following pages are misnumbered : 

94 (64), 174 (175), 175 (174), 303 (103), 306 (106), 307 (107), 310 (013), 322 

(122), 323 (123). 

B.M., BodL, Yale (lacks leaf a 4), Harv. (lacks leaves M 6-M 8, N 2, T 6 and 

T 7 ). 



178 MISCELLANY \ POEMS | AND | Translations | By OXFORD 
1685 Hands. | | [2 lines of verse, from Virgil] | = | LONDON, | Printed 
for Anthony Stephens, Bookseller near | the Theatre in OXFORD, 
1685. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. 

8 in fours. A-Dd 4 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed Anth. Stephens, 

2 pp.; table of contents, 4 pp.; text, pp. 1-205; i p. iDlank; book-list of 

Anthony Stephens, i p. ; i p. blank. 

Pp. 141 and 157 are misnumbered 41 and 57. 

Francis Willis, Fellow of New College, Oxford, is the largest contributor. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



179 Mastissimez ac Lcetissimce \ ACADEMICS | Cantabrigiensis 
1685 AFFECTUS, | Decedente | CAROLO II. J Succedente JACOBO II. 
REGIBUS Augustissimis, Serenis-\simis Clementissimisque. \ 
CANTABRIGIM, \ Ex Officina JOAN. HAYES, Celeberrimse 
Academiae | Typographi, i68|. 

4. A-C, c, D, d, E-Gg 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; dedication to the 
King (James II), signed S[amuel] Blithe, vice-chancellor, i p. ; text, 251 pp. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and English. The English verse 
begins on Aau. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

126 



PIETAS | Universitatis Oxoniensis J JA 7 OBITUM I AUGUSTIS- 180 
SIMI & DESIDERATISSIMI | REGIS | CAROL! SECUNDI. 1685 

| [vignette] ] | OXONII, E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, 

An Dom. 1685. 

SUPPLEX^RECOGNITIO | ET [ GRATULATIO SOLENNIS | 
Universitatis Oxoniensis [ E% decreto venerabilis Dom us Convoca- 
tions | Feb. 21. An. 1685. oblata I SERENISSIMO & AUGUS- 
TISSIMO PRINCIPI 1 JACOBO SECUNDO, [ Dei Gratia Anglia, 
Scotice, FrancicB & Hibern. \ REGI &c. I I [vignette] I I 
OXONII 3 | E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, | An. Dom. 1685. 
Folio. 4 leaves, a, A, B, 2 B, C-E, 2 E, 3 E, F, 2 F, 3 F, G-L, 2 L, M, N 2 . 
2 pp. blank ; title, verso blank ; second title, verso blank ; addresses to the 
King and Queen (James II and Mary), signed Joh. Lloyd, vice-chancellor, 
6 pp. ; text, 76 pp. 

The second leaves of gatherings B, E, G, H and M are signed : G i is unsigned. 
A frontispiece belonging to Plausus Musarum, 1704, is erroneously in- 
cluded in the British Museum copy. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Arabic, Persian and Turkish. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

POEMS | BY | feeteral l?aittf, | AND ON | Several OCCASIONS 181 

^ | Collected by N. Tote. \ | [ornament] | = | LONDON: 1685 
Printed for /. Hindmarsh, at the Golden Ball, \ over against the 
Royal Exchange in | Cornhil, 1685. 

80. A-Ee 8 , Ff 7 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Earl of Scarsdale, 

signed N[ahum] Tate, 4 pp. ; table of contents, 8 pp. ; preface, i p. ; i p. 

blank ; text, pp. 1-445 ; i p. blank. 

Gatherings M-X are printed in different type from the rest of the book, and 

have the running-heads 'POEMS'. 

U 2 is unsigned: in some copies N 2 is misprinted O 2. The numbers of 

pp. 286 and 287 are transposed: in some copies p. 162 is unnumbered. 

B.M., Yale. 

A CABINET of Choice Jewels: | OR, J The Christians Joy and 182 



Gladness. \ Set forth in sundry Pleasant New 
[ornament] | This may be printed. R. P. 



1688 



Gilt-Spur-Street, toitflOttt New- 



fcrr J. Deacon, at tty Angel, ttt 
gate. 1688. 

A | CABINET | OF | Choice JEWELS: | OR, THE 
Joy and Gladness. | Set forth in sundry Pleasant New | 

127 



J. M. 



Christians 



1 Being Material for the most Remarkable I Days betwixt 
Christmas and Easter. \ \ Vtt^ pia0attt 0r tf)0?Se tt!tte0 atlt! 
^>ea#0tt& | | LONDON, \ Printed for/. Deacon, at the ^4wg^ in 
Gilt-Spur~\Street, without Newgate. 1688. 

12. A 8 , B 4 . Title, verso blank; second title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]-2o. 
BodL 

183 ILLUSTRISSIMI \ PRINCIPIS j DUCIS | Cornubias | ET | 
1688 COMITIS PALATINI, &c, | GENETHLIACON. | | [orna- 
ment] | ] CANTABRIGIM, \ Ex Officina Joan. Hayes, Cele- 
berrimae Academise | Typographi. 1688. 

4. 3 leaves, B-Q, a~c 4 . Title, verso blank ; addresses to the King and Queen 

(James II and Mary), signed Jo. Mountagu, vice-chancellor, 2 pp.; text, 

145 pp.; i p. blank. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Turkish and English. The English 

poems begin on a i r . 

B.M., BodL (lacks leaf c 4), Yale, Harv. 

See also State- Amusements, 1711, Book 258. 

184 LYCIDUS: | OR THE | Lover in Fashion. | Being an Account 
1688 iTom}''LYCIDUS to LYSANDER, \ Of his Voyage from the | 

ISLAND'of'LOVErj "j" 'From 'the French. | | By the same 
AUTHOR | Of the Voyage to^heJsle'ofLOVE. \ \ Together with 
a | MISCELL^ | OF | New Poems. \-\By Several HANDS. \ 
j LONDdN: Printed for Joseph Knight, and Francis \ Saunders, 
at the Blew Anchor in the Lower Walk of | the 'New-Exchange, 
1688. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 7 , a-d, B-M 8 , 2 leaves. Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Earl of 

Melford, signed A[phra] Behn, 5 pp.; i p. blank; commendatory verse, 

4 pp.; advertisement, i p.; imprimatur, i p.; text, pp. 1-64, 1-176; table 

of contents, 4 pp. 

BJVL, Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

184 (b) POEMS | UPON | Several Occasions ; | WITH A | VOYAGE | TO 

1697 THE | Island of LOVE. | ALSO | The Lover in Fashion, being an 

Account | from LYCIDUS to LYSANDER, of | his Voyage from 

the Island of Love. | | By M. A. BEHN. \ | To which is 

128 



added a Miscellany of New Poems | and Songs, by Several Hands, | 
| C|t pmn% flRrittWU 1 | LONDON, j Printed for Francis 
Saunders in the Lower- ] Walk of the New-Exchange, 1697. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is a made-up miscellany, composed of remainder copies of Apkra 

Behn's Poems (1684) and Lycidus, or the Lover in Fashion (1688), Book 184. 

A new title-page has been substituted for the title-page of the 1684 \ T olume ? 

but the title-page of Lycidus has not been removed. 

B.M. 

POEMS j TO THE | MEMORY | Of that Incomparable POET j 185 
Edmond Waller Esquire. | \ By Several Hands. \ | [group of 1688 
ornaments] | j LONDON, j Printed for Joseph Knight, and 
Francis Saunders, at the | Blew Anchor, in the lower Walk of the 
New Exchange. 1688. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

4. 2 leaves, A-C 4 , D 2 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. i, 2, 1-27; i p. blank. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

POETICAL 1 RECREATIONS: | Consisting of | ORIGINAL 186 
POEMS, | SONGS, ODES, &c. \ With several | New TRANS- 1688 
L AT IONS. | | In Two PARTS. ] | PART I. | Occasionally 
Written by Mrs. JANE BARKER. \ PART II. | By several 
Gentlemen of the UNIVERSITIES, | and Others. | | [2 lines of 
verse, from Virgil] | | LONDON, \ Printed for Benjamin Crayle, 
at the Peacock | and Bible, at the West-end of St. Pauls. 1688. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 8 , a 4 , B-H 8 , Aa 4 , Bb~Tt 8 . i p. blank; imprimatur, i p. ; title, verso 
blank; preface, signed Bfenjamin] Crayle, 4 pp.; commendatory poems, 
12 pp. ; table of contents of Part i, 3 pp. ; errata, i p.; text, pp. 1-96, 95- 
109 ; i p. blank; title of Part II, verso blank; table of contents of Part II, 
6 pp. ; text, pp. 1-287 ; book-list of Benjamin Crayle, i p. 
Mm 2 is misprinted M 2. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

Strew* Natalities \ ACADEMIC OXONIENSIS | IN | CELSIS- 187 
SIMUM I PRINCIPEM. | | [vignette] | | OXONII \ E 1688 
THEATRO SHELDONIANO. 1 An. Dom. CIOIOCLXXXVIIL 

129 s 



Folio. 2 leaves, B-Q, 2 Q 2 , 3 Q 1 , R-U 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the 

King (James II), signed Gilb. Ironside, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 82 pp. 

F 2 and G 2 are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Turkish and 

English. The English verse begins on 3 Q i v . 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef. 

See also State-Amusements, 1711, Book 258. 

188 A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | ON | Affairs of State; | Viz. \ 

(i) (a) [10 titles in 2 columns] | | BY | A M 1 Esq ; and other 

1689 Eminent Wits. | | Most whereof never before Printed. \ | 
LONDON, | Printed in the Year, M DC LXXXIX. 
In the list of titles Dryden's name is spelled 'Driden'. 
4 o. A, B, D, E 4 , F*. Title, p. [i]; blank p. [2]; text, pp. 3-36. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

188 A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | ON j Affairs of State; | . . . 
(i) (b) In the list of titles Dryden's name is spelled normally. Otherwise the title 
1689 follows that of the first edition. 

40. A-D 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-33 [i.e, 3 2 ] 
C i is misprinted D. The pages of the inner forme of gathering C are num- 
bered in reverse order : those of the outer forme of gathering D are numbered 
28, 29, 32, 33. 

That this is the second edition is indicated by the fact that the text has 
been condensed to fit into four sheets, and by the fact that it is this edition 
which invariably appears when two or more parts of the series are found in 
one binding. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

188 (2) THE SECOND PART | OF THE | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | 
1689 ON | Affairs of State, | Viz. \ [21 titles in two columns divided by 

a single line of rule] | | By A M 1 and other eminent 

Wits. | None whereof ever before Printed. | | LONDON, 

Printed in the Year, 1689. 

40. A-D 4 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-30. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

188 (3) THE | THIRD PART | OF THE | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | 
1689 ON | Affairs of State. | Containing, | Esquire Marvel's further 



Instructions to | a Painter. | AND j The late Lord Rochester* s 

FareweL j [ LONDON: \ Printed in the Year M DC LXXXIX. 
4, A, C-E 4 . Title, verso blank ; text, pp. 1-30. 

The pages of the outer forme of gathering D are numbered in reverse order. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

A 1 COLLECTION I OF j The Newest and Most Ingenious I p0iriH0, 189 
feons& CatcSeft &c. | AGAINST j POPERY. I Relating to the (i) (a) 
Times. | J Several of which never before Printed. I I [orna- 1689 
ment] | | LONDON, Printed in the Year, MDCLXXXIX. 

4. 2 leaves, a 2 , A-C 4 . 2 pp. blank ; title, i p. ; table of contents, i p. ; text, 
pp. i-iv, 1-23 ; i p. blank. 

The table of contents and the text are printed In double columns. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

A | COLLECTION | . . . | POPERY, | ... j . . . Year MDCLXXXIX. 189 

4. 2 leaves, a 2 , A-C 4 . i p. blank; advertisement of second and third parts i 1 ) O 3 ) 
of collection, i p. ; title, i p. ; table of contents, i p. ; text, pp. i-iv, 1-23 ; 1689 
i p. blank. 

The table of contents and the text are printed in double columns. The type 
has been reset. 

B.M., Harv. 

A SECOND I COLLECTION | OF | The Newest and Most In- 189 (2) 
genious | $m& featgrfc feOttflft &a | AGAINST j Popery and 1689 
Tyranny, | Relating to the TIMES. | | Most of which never 
before Printed. I I [ornament] I I LONDON, Printed in the 
Year M DC LXXXIX. 

4. 2 leaves, A 2 , B-D 4 . Blank, pp. [i, 2]; title, p. [3]; table of contents, p. 
[4] ; text, pp. 5-31 ; i p. blank, 

A 2 is signed. 

The table of contents and the text are printed in double columns. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



A THIRD | COLLECTION | OF | The Newest and Most Ingenious 
390em& fe>atr& *o>0ng#, &c. | AGAINST | Popery and Tyranny, 
Relating to the TIMES. | | Most of which never before Printed. ( 
| [group of ornaments] j I LONDON, Printed in the Year 
M DC LXXXIX. 



189 (3) 

1689 



4. A-D*. Blank, pp. [i, 2]; title, p. [3]; table of contents, p. [4]; text, 

PP- 5-32. 

A 3 is signed A: this is the only signature in the gathering: D 2 is mis- 

printed C 2 : in some copies D i is signed C. 

The table of contents and the text are printed in double columns. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

189 (4) The | Fourth (and Last) | COLLECTION | OF | ^mm& &>at?r& 
1689 &>cmg& &c. 1 CONTAINING, | [n titles in a single column] | | 

Most of which never before Printed. | | LONDON, Printed Anno 
Dom. 1689. 

4. 2 leaves, B-E 4 , F 2 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-33 
[i.e. 34] ; 2 pp. blank. 

In some copies D i and D 2 are signed C and C 2. The numbers of pp. 33 
and 34 are transposed. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

190 MUS.E | CANTABRIGIENSES, | Serenissimis PRINCIPIBUS i 
1689 WILHELMO | ET | MARLE | Anglic Fmncice & Hibernice \ REGI 

ac REGIN^E, | Publics Salutis ac Libertatis | VINDICIBUS, I 
H^EC | Officii & Pietatis ergd D.D.\ \ CANTABRIGIM, \ Ex 
Officina Joann. Hayes, Celeberrimae Academise | Typographi. 1689. 

4. 4 leaves, B-M, a-d 4 , e 2 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; text, 127 pp.; 
i p. blank. 

The book contains poems in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and English. The 
English poems begin on a i r. 

The usual addresses to the King and Queen at the beginning of the collec- 

tion are signed V[ice] Qhancellor], without the name of John Covell, who 

held the office at the time of the royal visit to Cambridge. For the reasons 

behind this omission see the article on Covell in the Dictionary of National 

Biography. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 



191 THE | MUSES FAREWEL | TO | ^operg and fe>iater, I OR, A 
(i) (a) COLLECTION | OF | Miscellany Poems, Satyrs, | Songs, &c. { 
1689 Made by the most Eminent Wits of | the Nation, as the Shams, 
Intreagues, | and Plots of Priests and Jesuits gave | occasion. | | 
[i line of verse, from Horace] | | LONDON, \ Printed for N. R. 
H. F. and /. K. and are to | be sold by the Book-Sellers of London 
and | Westminster, 1689. 

132 



8. 4 leaves, B-K 8 , i p. blank ; imprimatur, i p. ; title, verso blank ; 
preface, 2 pp. ; table of contents and errata, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-144. 
E 3 is misprinted D 3. 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks first leaf), Yale (lacks first and third leaves), Harv. (lacks 
first leaf). 

A 1 SUPPLEMENT | TO THE | COLLECTION | OF | MISCEL- 191 
LANY POEMS \ AGAINST | $0pg & &IateTjJ. | | [2 (2) (a) 

lines of Latin verse] I I LONDON: \ Printed in the Year 1689 
M DC LXXXIX. 

8. A 2 , B-F 8 , G 7 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 2 pp.; text, 
pp. 1-93 ; i p. blank. 
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A 1 SUPPLEMENT | . . . 191 

The title-page is the same as that of the issue just described. (2) (b) 

This issue differs from that just described in having an additional leaf, 1689 
G 8: a catchword has been substituted for * Finis' at the bottom of p. 93, 
and the text runs to p. 95 : the last page is blank. 
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THE | MUSES FAREWEL | TO 
COLLECTION | OF | Miscellany Poems, Satyrs, 



Made by the Most Eminent Wits of 
In-]treagues, and Plots of Priests and 



OR, A 
Songs, c. 



191 



the Nation, as the Shams, 1690 
Jesuits gave occasion. j 



The Second Edition, with Large Additions, | most of them never 
before Printed. | | [i line of verse, from Horace] | 
LONDON: \ Printed for S. Burgess, and are to be sold by the 
Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1690. 

8. 4 leaves, B-P 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp.; table of contents, 

4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-224. 

In some copies N 3 is unsigned. Pp. 122, 123, 126 and 127 are misnumbered 

200, 201, 204 and 205 : in some copies p, 192 is misnumbered 92. 

This volume reprints nearly all of the verse included in both the original 

collection and the supplement. For the verse which it fails to reprint see 

the following book. 

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A | SUPPLEMENT | TO THE | MUSES FAREWEL | TO | 191 
f OpWj | fetofcttj, | OR, A | COLLECTION | OF j Miscellany (2) (c) 
Poems, Satyrs, | Songs, &c. | Made by the Most Eminent Wits of | 1690 

133 



the Nation, as the Shams, In- 
Jesuits gave occasion. | 



treagues, and Plots of Priests and 
[i line of verse, from Horace] 



| LONDON: Printed in the Year, 1690. 

8. A 8 , B 4 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, i p. ; i p, blank; text, 

pp. 1-20. 

B 2 is misprinted B 3. 

Thisvolumemerelyreprintsthe verses which were included in Books 191 (i) (a) 

and 191 (2) (a), but which were omitted from Book 191 (i) (b). 

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191 (d) POEMS | ON | SLffaitjSOf &>tatt, i The Second Part. | Written during 
1697 the Reign of K. James \ the II, against Popery and Slavery, | and 

his Arbitrary Proceedings. | By the most Eminent Wits, viz. \ Lord 

D 1 , | The H. Mr. M - ue, \ Sir F. Sh rd, \ Coll, Titus, 

Mr. Prior, \ Mr. Shadwell, \ Mr. Rymer, \ Mr. Drake, \ Mr. Gould, &c. 

| Now Carefully Corrected, and Published | from the Originals. 

| LONDON, | Printed in the Year 1697. 
The names of the authors are in two columns. 

This is a reissue of The Muses Farewell, 1690, combined with the supplement 
of the same date. Both title-pages have been removed, and the above title- 
page has been prefixed. In this issue p. 192 is correctly numbered, but p. 
193 is misnumbered 293. 

The bookseller was evidently attempting to trade upon the popularity of 
Poems on Affairs of State, Book 211 (i) (a). 
B.M., Harv. 

192 Wtti ^art I OF THE I WORKS | OF | M r Abraham Cowley, | 
1689 BEING | l?i? few 2500fe# Of ^Iatlt& | Never before Printed in 

English: I Viz. I The First and Second of HERBS. | The Third and 
Fourth of FLOWERS. | The Fifth and Sixth of TREES. | Now 
made English by several Hands. \ | With a Necessary INDEX. | 

| EiCentfetJ antJ (tntmU* | | LONDON: \ Printed for Charles 
Harper, at the Flower-de-luce over | against S. Dunstan's Church in 
Fleet-street. 1689. 

' Viz" is followed by a bracket embracing the next three lines. 

Folio in fours. A 2 , a, b, Aaa, Bbb, OX 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication to 

Charles, Duke of Somerset, signed N[ahum] Tate, 3 pp. ; i p. blank ; preface, 

signed N. Tate, 5 pp. ; i p. blank ; Cowley's preface, and two epitaphs, 7 pp. ; 

table of contents and errata, i p. ; text, pp. 1-166; index, 2 pp. 

Bbb 2 is misprinted B 2. Pp. 148 and 149 are misnumbered 140 and 141. 

134 



This volume was printed as a part of The Second Third Paris cf the 
Works of Mr. Abraham Cowley . , . i68g. The contents were reprinted In 
1700, 1708, 1711 and 1721, in the last volume of successive editions of 
Cowley's works. 

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VOTA OXONIENSIA [ Pro Serenissimis \ GUILHELMO Reg* \ 193 

ET | MARIA Regina \ M. Britannise &c. Niincupata. [ | Quibus 1689 
acceserunt Panegyrica Oratlo & Carmina Gratulatoria, j Comitiis 
in Theatw Sheldoniano habitls, ipso Inaugurations \ die XI. April. 
MDCLXXXIX. | 1 [vignette] | OXONII \ E THEATRO 
SHELDONIANO. An. Dom. CIOIOCLXXXIX. I Prostant 
Venales apud Th. Bennet, ad insig. Vulg. diet. ^dl&Si^OOlt in D. 
Pauli Coemiterio. London. 

Folio. 2 leaves, A-G, 2 G, H-T, 2 T, U-Z, 2 Z, Aa-Hh 2 . Title, verso blank ; 

address to the King and Queen (William and Mary), signed Gilb. Ironside, 

vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 136 pp. 

The second leaf of every gathering except G, 2 G, I, Q, S, 2 T, 2 Z, Ee and 

Ff is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Turkish, Persian 

and English. The English verse begins on U i r . 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks leaves Aa 2 and Bb i), Yalef , Harv. (lacks all after leaf 

2Z2). 

ACADEMIC OXONIENSIS | GRATULATIO | Pro Exoptato 194 
Serenissimi \ Regis GUILIELMI | EX | Hibernia Reditu. | | 1690 
[vignette] | | OXONIM, \ E THEATRO SHELDONIANO Anno 
Dom. 1690. 

Folio. A-F, 2F-8F, G-O, PQ, R-Aa 2 . Title, verso blank; addresses to 
the King and Queen (William and Mary), signed Jon. Edwards, vice- 
chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 115 pp. ; i p. blank. 

PQ 2 is signed Q 2 : E 2, F 2, H 2, R 2, and, in some copies, M 2 are signed. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Arabic, Turkish and Persian. 
B.M., Yale. 

ACADEMLE OXONIENSIS | GRATULATIO | . . . 194 (b) 

This is a reissue of the book just described : the last gathering has been reset *vQO 
and has four pages of text instead of three. Aa 2 is signed. 
B.M., Bodl. 

135 



195 A Collection of many Wonderful | PROPHESIES [ Relating to 

1691 the | ENGLISH NATION ; | Plainly Foretelling the late Great I 
REVOLUTION, | And Happy | Settlement of this Kingdom; ] 
HIS PRESENT \ MAJESTIES Successes in IRELAND, \ and 
particularly his VICTORY at the BOYNE, \ and the Action at 
Sea betwixt both Fleets ; | with other very Remarkable Things not 
yet come to pass, j | Written in the Years 1623, 1628, &c. \ 
And some never Published before. \ = | LONDON, Printed for Rich. 
Baldwin near the | Oxford-Arms in Warwick lane, 1691. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
4. 2 leaves, B-E 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 2 pp., 1-31 ; i p. blank. 
BodL, Yale. 



196 THE | HISTORY | OF | ADOLPHUS, \ Prince of [ RUSSIA; 

1691 And the Princess of | HAPPINESS. \ j By a Person of Quality. 
j With a Collection of | Songs and Love- Verses. | By several 
HANDS. | j To which is added, | Two Letters in Verse from Sir 
G. E. to | the E. of M. with Mr. D. Answer to them. | = | LONDON, 
Printed; And are to be sold by | R. T. near Stationers-IAzR, 1691. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. 2 leaves, B-F 8 . Title, i p. ; license, i p. ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, 

pp. 1-78 ; 2 pp. blank. 

BodL, Harv. 



197 MISCELLANY | POEMS | UPON | Several Occasions : | Consisting 

1692 of | <aDt%ittaI $&0Ht& | BY | The late Duke of Buckingham, Mr. 
Cowly, | Mr. Milton, Mr. Prior, Mrs. Behn, \ Mr. Tho. Brown, &c. ' 
And the Translations from | Horace, Persius, Petronius Arbiter, &c. 
WITH | Sin QEa ttpOtt satgt, | By the Famous M. DACIER. 
| Licensed May 21. 1692. | | LONDON, \ Printed for ^tttt 
2BttCfe, at the Sign of the Temple, \ near Temple-Bar, in Fleetstreet. 
1692. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A I 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, signed Charles Gildon, 10 pp. ; An 
Essay upon Satyr, 18 pp. ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-112. 
BodL (lacks leaves H 3~H 6), Yale, Harv. 

136 



MUSARUM j Anglicanarum | ANALECTA : \ SIVE, | Poemata 198 

quaedam mellorls notse, seu | hactenus Inedita, seu sparslm Edlta, j (i) (a) 
In nnum Volumen congesta. j [vignette] | OXON. \ E Theatre 1692 
Sheldoniano, Impensis Joh. Crosley, I & Sam. Smith, Bibliopol. 
Lond. \ M. DC. XCIL 

8. A 4 , B-T 8 , IP. Title, i p. ; imprimatur, i p. ; preface, 2 pp. ; table of 
contents, 4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-294. 

A 3 is signed : C 4, unsigned on the recto, is signed C 3 on the verso. Pp. 78, 
79 and 254 are misnumbered 79, 78 and 245. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

MUSARUM 1 Anglicanarum | ANALECTA: \ SIVE, | Poemata 198 
quaedam melioris notae, seu | hactenus Inedita, seu sparsim Edita, j (i) (b) 
In duo Volumina congesta. | Editio secunda priore multb Emen- 1699 
datior. | | VOL. I. | | [vignette] J OXON. | E Theatro Shel- 
doniano, Impensis Joh. Crosley, | An. Dom. M. DC. XCIX. 

8. A 4 , B-T 8 , U 4 . Title, i p. ; imprimatur, i p. ; preface, 2 pp. ; table of 

contents and errata, 4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-295 I P- blank. 

A 4 is signed : C 4 and G 3 are unsigned : in some copies the 3 of L 3 is 

inverted. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

MUSARUM I Anglicanarum } ANALECTA: | ... | ... Crosley, \ 198 
& Sam. Smith, Bibliopol. Lond. \ An. Dom. M. DC. XCIX. (i) (c) 

The title follows that of the issue just described, with the differences indi- 1699 

cated. The two issues are the same in all other respects. 

Bodl. 

MUSARUM I Anglicanarum | ANALECTA: \ SIVE, | Poemata 198 



quasdam melioris notse, seu 



hactenus Inedita, seu sparsim Edita, 



In duo Volumina congesta. | VOL. IL | | [vignette] | OXON. 
E Theatro Sheldoniano, Impensis Joh. Crosley, I An. Dom 
M. DC. XCIX. 

8. a 4 , A-T 8 , U 1 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp.; table of contents and 

errata, 4 pp. ; dedication, to Sir Charles Montagu, signed Josephus Addison, 

pp. i, 2 ; text, pp. 3-306. 

A i was cancelled to correct the improper use of a capital letter: the Harvard 

copy has both the original leaf and the cancel, 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

137 X 



(2) (a) 
1699 



198 MUSARUM | ANGLICANARUM | ANALECTA: I SIVE | Poe- 

(i) (d) mata qusedam melioris note, seu | hactenus Inedita, seu sparsim 

1714 Edita, | in duo Volumina congesta. | | Editio Tertia, priore 

multb Emendatior. \ | VOL. I. | | [ornament] [ LONDINI, \ 

Typis G. B. Impensis HEN. CLEMENTS, | ad Insigne Lunse Fal- 

catse in Coemeterio | D. Pauli. M DCC XIV. 

12. A~M 12 , N 8 . Title, i p.; imprimatur, i p.; preface, 2 pp.; table of 
contents, 4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-295 > * P- blank. 
The sixth leaf is signed in gatherings A-M. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

198 MUSARUM I ANGLICANARUM I ANALECTA: I SIVE I Poe- 



(2) (b) mata . . . 
1714 VOL. II. 



Editio Secunda, priore Auctior & Emendatior. \ I 



| [ornament] | | LONDINI, 



The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
12. A-N 12 , O 6 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; 
dedication, to the Hon. Charles Montague, signed Josephus Addison, pp. i, 
2 ; text, pp. 3-315 ; i p. blank. 

The sixth leaf is signed in gatherings A-N. P. 308 is misnumbered 338. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



198 MUSARUM | ANGLICANARUM 
(i) (e) MATA quaedain melioris note, seu 



ANALECTA: | SIVE | POE- 
hactenus Inedita, seu sparsim 



1721 Edita, in | duo Volumina congesta. | | VOLUMEN PRIMUM. 
| Editio Quarta, Prioribus audior. \ [ornament] I LONDINI: 
Ex Officina JACOBI TONSON, I & JOHANNIS WATTS. I 
M DCC XXI. 

12. A 4 , B-M 12 , N 8 . Title, i p. ; imprimatur, i p. ; preface, 3 pp. ; table of 
contents, 3 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-279 ; book-list of J. Tonson and J. Watts, i p. 
D 5, I 4 and, in some copies, 1 1 are unsigned. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harvi 

198 MUSARUM | ANGLICANARUM | ANALECTA : | ... I ... Edita, I 
(2) (c) in ... | ... | VOLUMEN SECUNDUM. | . . . 

1721 xtie title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
12. A, B-M 12 , N 6 . Title, verso blank; preface, 3 pp. ; table of contents, 
5 pp. ; dedication, to the Hon. Charles Montague, signed Josephus Addison, 
2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-275 ; book-list of J. Tonson and J. Watts, i p. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

138 



MUSJE \ ANGLICAN./E: | SIVE | POEMATA qujedam melioris 198 
notae, | seu hactenus Inedita, seu sparsim Edita, 1 in duo Volumina W (f) 
congesta. j VOLUMEN PRIMUM. JEDITIO QUINTA. j[vignettej [ 174* 
LONDINI: | Ex Officina j. & R. TONSON, & J. WATTS, f | 
M DCC XLL 

12. A 6 , B-N 12 . Title, i p. ; imprimatur, i p, ; preface, 2 pp. ; preface to the 
fifth edition, signed Vpncent] B[ourne], i p.; book-list of J. & R. Tonson 
and J. Watts, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 5 pp. ; text, pp. [i]~288. 
In some copies p. 163 is misnumbered 16. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



MUS^i ANGLICANS: 



VOLUMEN SECUNDUM. 



198 

(2) (d) 



The title follows that of the first volume, with the difference indicated. 

12. A 6 , B~N 12 . Title, verso blank ; preface, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 6 pp. ; -^ 

dedication, to the Hon. Charles Montague, signed Josephus Addison, 2 pp., 

text, pp. [i]-288. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

*% The collection was reprinted in 1761. 

For spurious volumes trading on the popularity of Musamm Anglicanamm 

Analecta, see Ex amen Poeticum Duplex, 1698, Book 213, and Musantm 

Anglicanarum Analecta, vol. iii, 1717, Book 297. 

OVID'S i ART of LOVE. | WITH | Hero and Leander | of | 199 



MUSAEUS. 
Hands. 



From the GREEK. \ j Translated by several 1692 
[2 lines of verse, from Horace] j J LONDON, ' 



Printed for J. T. and are to be Sold by the Booksellers | of 

London and Westminster, 1692. 

4. i leaf, B-K 4 , L 2 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-76. 

Harv. 

THE I SATIRES | OF | Decimus Junius Juvenalis. I Translated 
into | ENGLISH VERSE. | | BY | Mr. DRYDEN, \ AND 
Several other Eminent Hands. | | Together with the | SATIRES 
OF | Aulus Persius Flaccus. | | Made English by Mr. Dryden. 
| With Explanatory Notes at the end of each SATIRE. | 
To which is Prefix'd a Discourse concerning the Original and Pro- 
gress | of SATIRE. Dedicated to the Right Honourable Charles 
Earl of | Dorset, &c. By Mr. DRYDEN. \ | [2 lines of Latin 
verse] | | LONDON, \ Printed for Jacob Tonson at the Judge's- 

139 



200 



1693 



Head in Chancery-Lane, near | Fleetstreet M DC XCIII. | | Where 
you may have Compleat Sets of Mr. Dryden's Works, in Four 
Volumes | in Quarto, the Plays being put in the order they were 
Written. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: | THE | SATIRES | OF | JUVENAL, ( AND | PERSIUS. ( 

Folio. 2 leaves, a-o, B-L1H 2 , 2 leaves, B-Z 2 . Half-title, verso blank ; title, 

verso blank; dedication, to the Earl of Dorset, signed John Dryden, pp. 

i-liii; i p. blank; table of contents and errata, 2 pp.; text, pp. [i 1-315, 

5 PP- t 1 ]-^?; i p. blank. 

Pp. liii and 294 are misnumbered xxxix and 296. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

200 (b) THE | SATIRES | OF | Decimus Junius Juvenalis. \ Translated 
1697 into English VERSE. | | By Mr. DRYDEN, \ And several Other 
Eminent Hands. \ | Together with the | SATIRES of Aulus 
Persius Flaccus. \ \ Made English by Mr. DRYDEN. \ \ With 
Explanatory Notes at the End of each SATIRE. | | To which 
is prefix'd, | A Discourse concerning the Original and \ Progress of 
SATIRE. | Dedicated to the Right Honourable | CHARLES Earl 
of Dorset, &c. | By Mr. DRYDEN. | | [2 lines of Latin verse] 
| The Second Edition, Adorn'd with SCULPTURES. | 
LONDON: Printed for Jacob Tonson, at the Judge's Head, near 
the | Inner-Temple-G&te in Fleet-street, 1697. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A-Oo 8 , Pp 4 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to the Earl of Dorset, signed 
John Dryden, pp. i-xc; text, pp. [i]-37i, 370-498, 497-501 ; table of con- 
tents, 3 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. 5, 25, 43, 75, 95, 115, 167, 
189, 227, 245, 279, 305, 321, 345, 371 and 383, not counted in signatures or 
pagination. 

Aa i is unsigned. The following pages are misnumbered : 109 (106), 276 (672), 
372 (370), 373 (37i) 376 (374) 377 (375)* 3^o (378), 381 (379), 384 (382), 
413 (H3)- 
Harv. (lacks leaf Ee 3). 

200 (c) THE | SATIRES | . . . | [2 lines of Latin verse] | | Adorn'd . . . | 
1697 ... | ... Tonson ; and are to be Sold by Robert \ Knaplock, at 
the Angel and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1697. 

The title follows that of the issue just described, with the differences 
indicated. 

140 



This is the second issue of the second edition: the title-page is a cancel. 
In some copies U 3 is unsigned. In some copies pp. xxvi, xxvii and 500 are 

misnurnbered xxviii, xxix and oo. There is a plate at p. 401, in addition to 

those noted in the description of the first issue. 

BodL, Yale, Harv. (lacks frontispiece and plate at p. 321). 

THE j SATIRES I OF | Decimus Junius Juvenalis. | . . . | . . . 200 (d) 
DRYDEN. ( And .. .(...[... each SATIR. | | . . . Prefix'd, | 1702 
... | ... SATIR. | ... | The Third Edition, Adorn'd with SCULP- 
TURES. | | LONDON: Printed for Jacob Tonson within Gray's- 
Inn-Gate next | Gray'$~Inn-Lane. 1702. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 
first issue of the second edition (Book 200 (b)), with the differences indicated. 
8. A-F, B-Dd 8 , Ee 4 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to the Earl of Dorset, 
signed John Dryden, pp. i-lxxxix, Ixxxviii; book-list of Jacob Tonson, 
4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-423 ; table of contents, i p. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 17, 30, 57, 73, 88, 135, 
153, 186, 200, 231, 254, 266, 288, 312, 324 and 333, not counted in signa- 
tures or pagination. 

2 B 3 is unsigned: 2 C 3 is misprinted C 4. Pp. Ixii, Ixiii, 59 and 173 are mis- 
numbered Ix, Ixii, 95 and 137. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. (title-page mutilated: lacks frontispiece). 

THE | SATIRES | OF | Decimus Junius Juvenalis: \ AND OF | 200 (e) 
AULUS PERSIUS FLACCUS. \ | Translated into English 1711 
VERSE | By Mr. DRYDEN, \ And several other Eminent Hands. 
| To which is Prefix'd a | DISCOURSE | Concerning the 
Original and Progress of SATIR, | | [a lines of Latin verse] | 
The Fourth Edition, Adorn'd with SCULPTURES, j | LONDON: 
Printed for Jacob Tonson, at Shakespear's Head j over-against 
Catherine-street in the Strand. 1711. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8, A-Hh 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Earl of Dorset and 

Middlesex, signed John Dry den, pp. [i]-83, 86-91 ; table of contents, p. 

[92] ; text, pp. 93-495 ; i p. blank. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. 93, 108, 121, 147, 162, 176, 

221, 239, 271, 284, 313, 335, 347, 366, 388, 401 and 411. 

P 4, 84, X 3, 22, Z 3 and Cc 2 are unsigned. The following pages are 

misnumbered: 132 (321), 140 (104), 214 (412), 216 (262), 217 (227), 367 

(347), 389 (388). 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

141 



200 (f) THE | SATIRES | OF | Decimus Junius Juvenalis: \ AND OF I 
1713 AULUS PERSIUS FLACCUS. \ \ Translated into English 
VERSE | By Mr. DRYDEN, \ And other eminent Hands. | | To 
which is prefixed a ] DISCOURSE concerning the Original | and 
Progress of SATIR. | | [2 lines of Latin verse] | | The Fifth 
Edition, Adorn'd with Sculptures. | | LONDON: Printed for 
JACOB TONSON, | at Shakespear's Head overagainst Katherine-\ 
street in the Strand. M DCC XIII. 

12. a-f, A-N 12 , O-S 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the Earl of 
Dorset, signed John Dryden, pp. [iii]-cxlii ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, 
PP- M-372- 

The sixth leaf is signed in gatherings a-f and L. Q 3 is unsigned : e 2 is mis- 
printed c 2. Pp. xxvi and cxlii are misnumbered xxvl and clxii. 
Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. iii, i, 15, 27, 47, 59, 71, 
107, 121, 141, 153, 175, 191, 199, 215, 233, 243, 249, 253, 266, 273, 284, 291 
and 304, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. (lacks frontispiece). 

200 (g) THE | SATYRS | OF | Decimus Junius Juvenalis: \ . . . j And 
1726 several other Eminent Hands. \ [To which is Prefixed a | DIS- 
COURSE | Concerning the | Original and Progress of SATYR. | 

| [2 lines of Latin verse] | | The Fifth Edition, Adorn'd 
with SCULPTURES | | LONDON: \ Printed for /. Tonson, 
at Shakespear'^ Head over-] against Catherine-street in the Strand. 
1726. 

The title follows that of the 1713 edition, with the differences indicated. It 
is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A, a-c 12 , d 8 , B-N 12 , O 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [ii]; dedication, to the 
Earl of Dorset, signed John Dryden, pp. [iii]-cxi; table of contents, i p.; 
text, pp. 1-296. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. iii, i, 13, 22, 40, 52, 62, 93, 

106, 132, 141, 161, 177, 187, 200, 217, 226, 231, 237, 249, 256, 267, 275 and 

288, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

Pp. Ii, Ixvii, 23 and 273 are misnumbered il, Ixviii, 22 and 173. 

Bodl., Harv. 

200 (h) THE | SATYRS | OF | Decimus Junius Juvenalis: \ AND OF I 
1735 AULUS PERSIUS FLACCUS. \ \ Translated into English 
VERSE | By Mr. DRYDEN, \ And several other Eminent Hands. 

| To which is Prefixed a | DISCOURSE | Concerning the 

142 



Original and Progress of SATYR. | j [2 lines of Latin verse] j 
| The Sixth Edition, Adorn'd with SCULPTURES. | | LON- 
DON: \ Printed for /. Tonson, in the Strand. 1735. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of role. 

12. A, a-c 12 , d 8 , B~N 12 , O. Title, p. [i] ; blank, pp. [ii, iii] ; portrait, p. [iv] ; 
dedication, to the Earl of Dorset, signed John Dryden, pp. [vj-cxi ; table 
of contents, i p. ; text, pp. 1-296. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 13, 22, 40, 52, 62, 93, 
106, 132, 141, 161, 177, 187, 200, 217, 226, 231, 237, 249, 256, 267, 275 and 
288, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

b 4 is unsigned. In some copies p. 266 is niisnumbered 269 and p. 208 is 
numbered in the wrong comer. 
Bodi, Harv. 
**# The translation was reprinted in 1754 and 1812. 



THEATRI 

Philologica. 



OXONIENSIS I ENCMNIA, \ SIVE | Comitia 201 

Julii 7, Anno 1693. celebrata. ] J [vignette] j j 1693 



OX ON II, ] E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, An. Dom. 

MDCXCIIL 

Folio. 2 leaves, A-P 2 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, i p. ; i p. blank ; 

text, 60 pp. 

The second leaf of each gathering is signed. 

BodL, Yale, Harv. 

CHORUS POET ARUM : | OR, | POEMS | ON | Several Occasions. | 202 
BY THE | Duke of Bucking-\ham, the late Lord | Rochester, \ Sir 1694 
John Denham, | Sir Geo. Etheridge, | Andrew Marvel, Esq ; j The 
famous Spencer, \ Madam Behn, \ And several other Eminent Poets 
of this Age. [ | jtbet fofot* 3titttetL | | LONDON: Printed 
for ^B^njamin TBrajj;^ at | the White-Hart, over against Water- 
Lane in FleO-\sfreet. MDCLXIXIV. 

The names of the authors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, re- 
versed, between the columns. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines 
of rule. 

The date is a misprint for 1694. 

8. A-M 8 . i p. blank ; advertisement, i p. ; title, verso blank ; dedication, 
to Sir Fleetwood Sheppard, signed Charles Gildon, 9 pp.; statement by 
Gildon, disowning another publication, 2 pp. ; i p. blank ; bastard title, 
p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-176. 
P. 10 is numbered in the wrong corner. 
B.M., Harv. 

143 



202 (b) POEMS, | ON | Several Occasions, j ) BY | The Duke of Bucking- 
1696 ham. | The late Lord Rochester. \ Sir John Denham. \ Sir George 
Etheridge. \ Andrew Marvel, Esq ; | The Famous Spencer. \ Madam 
Behn. \ And several other Eminent Poets of this Age. \ | LONDON, \ 
Printed, and are to be Sold by Dan. Browne, \ at the Black Swan 
and Bible without Temple-\Bar ; and Tho. Axe, at the Blew Ball in | 
Duck-Lane. 1696. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is a reissue of the preceding book : a cancel title-page has been substi- 
tuted for the original. 
Harv. 

202 (c) THE j Poetical Remaines | OF THE | Duke of Buckingham, \ Sir 
1698 George Etheridge, \ Mr. Milton, \ Mr. Andrew Marvel, \ Madam Behn, 

Lord Rochester, \ Sir John Denham, \ Mr. Waller, \ Mr. Shadwel, 
Madam Philips. \ | Ecce Iterum Crispinus. \ | [group of orna- 
ments] | | LONDON: \ Printed, and are to be Sold by Thomas 
Minton \ under the Royal-Exchange, over against | Popes-Head- 
Ally in Cornhil. 1698. 

The names of the authors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, re- 
versed, between the columns. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines 
of rule. 

This is the same book as the preceding: a new title-page has been substi- 
tuted for the first two leaves of the original issue. 
B.M. 

203 PARAPHRASIS LATINA, | IN j Duo Poemata, | (Quorum 
1694 alterum a Miltono, alterum | a Clievlando Anglice scriptum fuit) | 

Quibus deploratur Mors juvenis praeclari & eru-|diti, D. Edvardi 
King, qui Nave, qua vecta~|batur, Saxo illisa, in Oceano Hybernico 
sub-|mersus est. | Autore Gulielmo Hogaeo. | | TWO POEMS, | 
(The one whereof was Penn'd by | Milton, and the other by Clieve- 
lafid) | Upon the Death of a worthy and learned young | Gentle- 
man, Mr Edward King, who was | drown'd in the Irish Seas : to 
which is added | a Latin Paraphrase on both, which was penn'd ] 
by W. H. | | LONDON, Printed for the Author, 1694. 

4. 2 leaves, B, C 4 , D 2 . Title, i p. ; verses on Cambridge University, i p. ; 
dedication, to the Earl of Mulgrave, i p. ; i p. blank; preface/i p. ; text, 
pp. 1-19. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

144 



POEMS 1 OX \ Several! Occasions. ] ORIGINALS, and TRAXS- 204 

LATIOXS. j j [i line of verse, from Martial] | | [ornament] j 1694 
j Printed in the Year 1694. j And are to be Sold by most 
Booksellers. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A~G 8 , H 4 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 3-116; table of contents, 2 pp. 

A 4, D 2 and G 4 are unsigned. 

Bodl. 

LACRYM^E [ Cantabrigienses | IN | OBITUM | Serenissima 205 

REGINM | MARLE. | | [ornament] ] | CANTABRIGIM, \ 1695 
Ex Officina Johan. Hayes, Celeberrimae Academise | Typographi. 
i6 9 |. 

4. A-Dd 4 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to the King (William III), signed 

Tho. Brown, vice-chancellor, i p. ; address to the King, signed Tho. 

Browne, i p. ; text, 212 pp. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, French and English. 

The English poems begin on V 2 r . 

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PIETAS | Universitatis Oxoniensis | IN OBITUM \ AUGUSTIS- 206 
SIMJE & DESIDERATISSDOB | REGINJE | MARLB. | [vig- 1695 
nette] | OXONII, E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, I An. Dom. 
MDCXCV. 

Folio. A-Kk 2 . Title, verso blank; text, 130 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Turkish, 

Syriac, Samaritan, Ethiopic, Egyptian, Malay, Welsh and Old English. 

The second leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The first poem is signed by H[enry] Aldrich, vice-chancellor. 

B.M., Bodl., Yalef, Harv. 

Miscellanea Sacra: I OR, I POEMS I ON I 3Dibine & 3B0tal I SUB- 207 



JECTS. | 
MAJESTY. 



VOL. L | | Collected by N. Tate, Servant to His 
| [2 lines of verse, from Waller] | | LONDON: 



1696 



Printed for Hen. Playford in the Temple-Change, \ in Fleetstreet. 
M CD XC VL 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule, 
The date is a misprint for 1696. 

145 u 



8, A-IA Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Princess Anne, signed 

N[ahum] Tate, 5 pp. ; i p. blank; preface, 8 pip. ; text, pp. 1-140; table of 

contents and advertisement, 4 pp.; bastard title, verso blank; text, pp. 

112; 2 pp. blank. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

F 3 and L 4 are unsigned. 

No second volume was issued, although the preface states the editor's 

intention of issuing a new volume each year. 

Yale, Harv. 

207 (b) Miscellanea Sacra: | . . . | SUBJECTS. | | Collected ... | ... | 
1698 MAJESTY | | The second Edition, with Additions of | several 

Poems and Meditations in | Prose. | | LONDON: | . . . | in 
Fleet-street. 1698 . 

The title follows that of the issue just described, with the differences indicated. 
This is a reissue of the book just described : the first four leaves of gathering 
A are cancels, and a new gathering, a 4 , has been inserted between A 8 and B i . 
The collation is, therefore: A 8 , a 4 , B-L 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to 
the Marchioness of Tavistock, signed N[ahum] Tate, 6 pp. ; preface, 8 pp. ; 
text, 8 pp., 1-140 ; (etc., as in the first issue). 
A 3, A 4, F 3 and L 4 are unsigned. 
B.M., Bodl. (lacks frontispiece), Harv. 

208 AN | ESSAY | ON | POETRY ; | Written by the | Marquis of 
1697 NORMANBY, | And the same render'd into LATIN by another 

Hand. \ With several other POEMS, viz. \ [4 titles] | | To which 
are added the following POEMS, | Never before in Print, viz. \ [2 
titles] | = | London, Printed for F. Saunders, at the Blue Anchor in 
the Lower-Walk \ of the New-Exchange in the Strand, M DC XC VIL 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
Folio. A 2 , 2 leaves, E, G-I: A-C: A-C: A, B: A-D: B 2 . 
*E 2, 2 A 2, 3 A 2, 4 A 2, S A 2 and 5 B 2 are signed. 

This is a made-up miscellany: only the first gathering was printed for the 
collection. This gathering contains: title, verso blank; dedication, to Sir 
Robert Howard, signed N[ahum] Tate, 2 pp. The pamphlets included are 
An Essay on Poetry (second edition), 1691 ; An Epistle to . . . Charles, Earl 
of Dorset, by Charles Montague (second edition), 1690; An Epistle to Mon- 
tague, by George Stepney, 1691 ; An Epistle to Boileau, by Edmund Arwaker, 
1694; A Poem on the late Promotions, by Nahum Tate, 1694; An Ode on 
Queen Mary, by a person of quality, undated ; On the late horrid Conspiracy, 
by Stepney, undated. 
B.M., Harv. 

146 



GRATULATIO | ACADEMLE Cantabrlglensls | DE REDITU j 2ft9 
Serenissimi REGIS \ GULIELMI III. | POST j Pacem <? Liber- 1697 
totem \ EUROPE | FELICITER \ RESTITUTA1I I Anno 
MDCXCVIL 1 = 1 CANTABRIGLE, \ Typis ACADEMICIS. 

Folio. *, A-Kk 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed [Henry 

James], vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 131 pp. ; i p. blank. 

Every leaf except Hh 2 and Kk 2 is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 

B.M., Bodi, Yalef, Harv. 

OVID J s [ METAMORPHOSIS. \ TRANSLATED | By Several 210 
Hands. | | VOL. I. | Containing the first Five Books. | | 1697 

toitp fexruIpttirwL ] | LONDON: \ Printed for Ml. 

at the Sun in Fleet-\street ; Jv &an&et in the New Ex- 
change ; | and $1+ 1R,0pt at the Black Boy against | St. Dunstan's 
Church. 1697. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: | OVID's | METAMORPHOSIS. \ TRANSLATED | By 

Several Hands. | 

8. A-Q 8 , R 4 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; dedication to 

William. Earl of Portland, signed N[ahum] Tate, 6 pp. ; preface, 3 pp. ; i p. 

blank; table of contents, i p. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-246; text and errata 

p. 247 ; i p. blank. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 48, 103, 156 and 209, 

not counted in signatures or pagination. 

Yale, Harv. (lacks frontispiece). 

POEMS | ON | affair* Of fetate: | FROM | The Time of Oliver 211 
Cromwell, to the | Abdication of K. James the Second. | Written by (i) (a) 
the greatest Wits of the Age, | VIZ. | Duke of Buckingham, \ Earl of 1697 

Rochester, \ ILordBu st, | Sir JohnDenham, \ Andrew Marvell, 

Esq; | Mr. Milton, \ Mr. Dryden, \ Mr. Sprat, \ Mr. Waller. \ Mr. 
Ayloffe, &c. \ | With some Miscellany Poems by the same: | 
Most whereof never before Printed. [ | Now carefully examined 
with the Originals, and \ Published without any Castration. \ | 
Printed in the Year 1697. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns, with a pair of 

brackets, reversed, between the columns. 

147 



8. A-Q 8 , A 4 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; preface, 6pp.; table of con- 

tents, 5 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-224, 245-260, 1-8. 

X A 4, 3 and D 3 are unsigned: C 4 is misprinted C 3. Pp. 76, 80 and 128 

are misnumbered 67, 78 and 218. 

Bodl. (lacks gathering *A), Harv. 

211 POEMS | ON 1 <affams 0f fetate: | . . . 

( J ) (b) The title follows that of the issue just described. 

1097 xkig i ssue differs from the first in having an unsigned leaf, text, pp. 143, 
144, inserted after K 8; and in having A 8 instead of A 4 at the end: text' 
pp. 1-16. 

In some copies p. 127 is misnumbered 114. 
B.M. 



211 POEMS | ON | &ffair# of &>tat*r: | . . . 

C 1 ) ( c ) The title follows that of the first edition. 

l6 97 80. A 4 , B-Q 8 , R 4 ; A 4 , B-Q*, R+. Title, verso blank; preface, 4 pp. ; table of 
contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-224, 245-267, 9 pp., 1-248. 
2 D 4 and 2 M 2 are unsigned. P. ^62 is misnumbered 162. 
On leaf 2 A i there is a title-page: State-Poems ; | CONTINUED | From the 
time of O. Cromwel, \ to this present Year 1697 .... The second series of 
signatures, therefore, might be regarded as a separate book, were it not for 
certain facts. First, I have never seen the second part of this edition, or of 
the four editions which followed it, bound separately. Secondly, an adver- 
tisement on the last page of the first part speaks of the two parts as con- 
stituting a single book. Lastly, the printer mistakenly used the running 
head State Poems Continued for gathering G of the first part. 
This division of the volume into two parts is continued through all the later 
editions, even though the sixth edition employs a single series of signatures 
and uses the running head POEMS on State-Affairs throughout. 
B.M. (first part only), Bodl., Yale. 



211 POEMS | ON | affaitjS Of fetate: | FROM | The Time of Oliver 

(i) (d) Cromwell, to the | Abdication of K. James the Second. | Written by 

1699 the greatest Wits of the Age. \ VIZ. \ Duke of Buckingham, \ Earl of 

Rochester, \ Lord Bu - st, | Sir John Denham, \ Andrew Marvell, 

Esq; | Mr. Milton \ Mr. Dryden, \ Mr. Sprat, \ Mr. Waller, \ Mr. 

Ayloffe, &c. | ( With some Miscellany Poems by the same: | 

Most whereof never before Printed. | | Now carefully examined 

with the Originals, and \ Published without any Castration. \ | 

148 



QRution, Cormtefc anD mttrfj (gnlarjea. | | Printed in 

the Year 1699. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns, with a pair of 

brackets, reversed, between the columns. The title is enclosed in a border 

of two lines of rule. 

8. A 4 , B-Q 8 5 R 4 ; A 4 , B~Q 8 R 4 , S 8 . Title, verso blank ; preface, 4 pp. ; table 

of contents" 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-224, 245-267, 9 pp., 1-264. 

2 D 4 and 2 M 2 are unsigned. The following pages are rnisnurnbered : 2 49 

(59), 2 90 (60), 2 96 (99), "105 (150), 2 i66 (182). 

This is a page-for-page reprint of the second edition, with an additional 

gathering containing new material. 

BodL, Yale. 



POEMS I ON | <affair0 of fetatt: j ... 1 Lord Bu ..... st, | . . 
<Wt jfcmrtf) (Ctoftion, Corrmeli anU mwfy enlarged | 
Printed in the Year, 1702. 

The title-page follows that of the third edition, with the differences indi- 

cated. 

Collation, as in the third edition. 

2 M 2 is unsigned. P. 223 is numbered in the wrong corner. 

This is a page-for-page reprint of the third edition* The advertisement of 

State Poems Continued on the last page of the first part has given place to 

an announcement that a second volume of Poems on Affairs of State will 

shortly be published, 

BodL, Yale. 



211 
(i) (e) 



POEMS | ON | affairs? of fetate: | . . . I Lord Bu st, | . . . | 211 

dj* fittf) CEftf tion, Cormteti ants mttcg (Cniarjjrt* | I Printed (i) (f) 
in the Year 1703. I 73 

The title-page follows that of the third edition, with the differences indi- 
cated. 

Collation, as in the third edition. 

2 M 2 is unsigned. Pp. 1 io9 and 2 ioo are misnumbered 119 and no. In some 
copies the pages of the inner forme of gathering P have been wrongly 
imposed. 

This is a page-for-page reprint of the fourth edition. The announcement of 
a forthcoming second volume of Poems on Affairs of State has given place 
to an advertisement of that volume as 'lately published'. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

149 



211 POEMS | ON | &ffait Of &tftte, I FROM | The Time of Oliver 

(i) (g) Cromwell, to the | Abdication of K. James Second. | Written by the 

1710 Greatest Wits of the Age. \ VIZ. | Duke of Buckingham, | Earl of 

Rochester, | Earl of Dorset, | Sir John Denham, \ Andrew Marvel, 

Esq ; | Mr. Milton, \ Mr. Dryden, \ Mr. Sprat, \ Mr. Waller , \ Mr. 

Ayloffe, &c. | | With some Miscellany Poems by the same: J 

Most whereof never before Printed. | | Now carefully examin'd 

with the Originals, and j Publish' d without any Castration. \ | VOL. 

I. | | <E|e feWti) (Cllition Correct^. | [ LONDON, Printed 

in the Year 1710. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns divided by 

a single line of rule. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 4 , B-Kk 8 , LI 4 . Pagination, as in the third edition. 

P. 2 93 is misnumbered 97. 

This is a page-for-page reprint of the fifth edition, except that The Perfect 

Enjoyment, by Rochester, has been omitted, and the text from pp. 245 to 

260 has been spread out to fill up the space. The last page of the first part 

is blank. 

B.M. 



211 POEMS I ON I affaitg Of &tate: j ... | ... Marvel Esq ; I ... I 

(1) (h) LONDON, | Printed for THOMAS TEBB and THEOPH. SAN- 
1716 DERS | in Little Britain, EDW. SYMON at the Black Bull in 

Corn-\hill, and FRANCIS CLAY at the Bible without TempU-\Bar, 
M.DCC.XVL 

The title follows that of the edition of 1710, with the differences indicated. 
Except the title-page, which is a cancel, this is the edition of 1710. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

211 POEMS | ON | <3ffatt0 Of fetfttt, I FROM | The Reign of K. James 

(2) (a) the First, | To this Present Year 1703. [ Written by the Greatest 
1703 Wits of the Age, | VIZ. \ The Duke of Bucking-\ham. \ The Earl of 



Rochester. \ The Earl of D t. \ Lord / s. | Mr. Milton. 

Mr. St. J n. | Mr. John Dryden. \ Dr. G th. 



Mr. 
Mr. 



Mr. Hughes. \ Mr. F e. \ Mr. Finch. \ M. Harcourt. 

&c. | | Many of which never before Publish' d. \ 



Marvel. 
Toland. 
Mr. T 
VOL. II. | | Printed in the Year 1703. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns divided by a 
single line of rule. 

150 



8. A 6 , R~Gg 8 , Hh, II 2 . Title, p. [I] ; blank, p. [ii] ; preface, pp. iii. iv; table 
of contents, pp. v-xii; text, pp. 1-471 ; i p. blank. 

A 4 is signed. Pp. 375, 443 and 469 are misnumbered 376, 343 and 269. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

POEMS | ON I affairs 0C &tate: 1 ... 211 

The title follows that of the edition just described, with the difference ( 2 ) (") 

indicated. 1703 

Collation, as in the edition just described. 

Pp. 42 and 49 are raisnumbered 44 and 4. 

This is a different edition: the type on the title-page differs from that on 

the title-page of the edition just described: it may be a piracy. 

BodL 

POEMS [ ON | affair* Of &tate* | From the Reign of K. James I. 211 

to the Year 1703. | Written by the Greatest Wits of the Age. \ VIZ. (2) (c) 
The late Duke of Buc-\kingham, \ Late Earl of Rochester, \ Earl of 1716 
Dorset, \ Lord Jefferys, \ Mr. Milton, \ Andrew Marvel Esq ; | Mr. 
St. John, | Mr. Dryden, \ Dr. Garth, \ Mr. Toland, \ Mr. Hughes, \ 
Mr. Foe, \ Mr. Finch, \ Mr. Harcourt, \ Mr. Tutchin, &c. \ | Many 
of which were never before publish' d. \ [VOL. II. | | ^Jt ^)tOlttJ 
(COition. | [ LONDON, \ Printed for THOMAS TEBB and 
THEOPH. SANDERS | in Little Britain, EDW. SYMON at the 
Black Butt in Corn-\hill, and FRANCIS CLAY at the Bible without 
Temple~\Bar. M. DCC. XVI. 

The names of the authors are in two columns divided by a single line of rule. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is the same book as the first edition (Book 211 (2) (a)) : a new title-page 

has been substituted for the old. P. 264 is misnumbered 294, in addition 

to the other irregularities. 

B.M. 

POEMS | ON | affattg Of &tatt, | From 1640. to this present | Year 211 
1704. | Written by the greatest Wits of the Age, \ VIZ. \ The late Duke (3) (a) 

of | Buckingham, \ Duke of D re, \ Late E. of Rochester, \ Earl 1704 

of D 1, | Lord J rys, \ Ld Hal x, \ Andrew Marvel, Esq ; | 




Mr. St. J n$, | Mr. Hambden, \ Sir Fleet 

Mr. Dryden, \ Mr. St y, \ Mr. Pr r, \ Dr. G th, 



Col. M- 

Shepherd, 

&c. | | Most of which were never before publish' d. \ | VOL. III. 



| Printed in the Year 1704. 



The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns divided by 
a single line of rule. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
8. A 6 , B-Gg 8 , Hh 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; table of contents, pp. iii-xi ; 
errata, i p. ; text, pp. 1-468. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 



211 POEMS | ON | affatrgoC^tate, | From the Year 1640. to the [Year 

(3) (b) 1704. | Written by the greatest Wits of the Age, \ VIZ. \ The late Duke 
1716 of | Buckingham, \ Duke of Devonshire, \ Late E. of Rochester, \ Earl 
of Dorset, \ Lord Jeffreys, \ Lord Hallifax, \ Andrew Marvel, Esq ; 
Col. Mordaunt, \ Mr. St. John, \ Mr. Hamden, \ Sir Fleet Shepherd, 
Mr. Dryden, \ Mr. Stepney, \ Mr. Prior, \ Dr. Garth, &c. | | Most 
ofwhichwere never before publish' d. \ | VOL. III. | | <3Df| ^)tC0lttl 
(RrftlOlU I i LONDON] \ Printed for THOMAS TEBB and 
THEOPH. SANDERS | in Little-Britain, EDW. SYMON at the 
Black Bull in Corn-\hill, and FRANCIS CLAY at the Bible without 
Temple-\Bar. M. DCC. XVI. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns divided by 

a single line of rule. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 6 , B~Dd 8 , E 3 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; table of contents, pp. iii-xi; 

i p. blank; text, pp. 1-422. 

The contents are identical with those of the first edition. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

211 POEMS | ON | affait0 Of fetate, | From 1620. to this present | Year 



(4) (a) 1707. | Many of them by the most eminent Hands, \ VIZ. 
1707 Shakespear. \ Mr. Waller. I D. of D re. \ Mr. Dryden. 

W sh. | Mr. D y. " ' ~ " " ' " ~~ 

Hughes. | Mr. Manning. 



Mr. 

Mr. 

Dr. Wild. | Dr. Brady. \ Mr." Tate. ] Mr. 
Mr. Arwaker, &c. \ | Several of which 



were never before publish' d. \ To which is added, \ A Collection of some 
Satyrical Prints against the | French King, Elector of Bavaria, &c. 
Curi-|ously ingraven on Copper-Plates. | | VOL. IV. | | 
London, Printed in the Year 1707. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns divided by 
a single line of rule. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
8. A 6 , B-Q, S, S-Gg 8 , Hh 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; preface, pp. iii, iv; 
advertisement, pp. v~vii; table of contents, pp. viii-xii; text, pp. 1-468. 
P. 134 is misnumbered 124: in some copies p. 294 is misnumbered 264. 
The plates referred to in the title are counted in the signatures and pagina- 
tion. 



The advertisement on pp. v-vii refers to the pirated abridgement of the 
first three volumes of this collection, which was published in 1705 as A New 
Collection of Poems Relating to State Affairs, Book 237. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

POEMS I ON j affait00f >tatC, | From the Year 1620. to the [ Year 211 
1707. | Many of them by the most Eminent Hands, \ VIZ. j Mr. (4) (b) 
Shakespear, f Mr. Waller, \ Duke of Devonshire, j Mr. Dryaen, \ 1716 

Mr. Walsh, | Mr. D y, \ Dr. Wild, \ Dr. Brady, \ Mr. Tote, \ Mr. 

Hughes, [ Mr. Manning, | Mr. Arwaker, &c. j | Several of which 
were never before publish d. \ | To which Is added, | A Collection 
of some Satyrical Prints against the French \ King, Elector of 
Bavaria, &c. Curiously engraven | on Copper-Plates. ( j VOL. 
IV. | | LONDON ; | Printed for THOMAS TEBB and THEOPH. 
SANDERS | in Little-Britain, EDW. SYMON at the Black Bull 
in Corn^hill, and FRANCIS CLAY at the Bible without Temple-\ 
Bar. M. DCC. XVI. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns divided by a 
single line of rule. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
This volume is the same as the preceding, except for the new title-page, 
which has been pasted to the stub of the old. 
Yale, Harv. 

*** For attempts to trade upon the popularity of this collection, see Poems on 
Affairs of State, The Second Part, 1697, Book 191 (i) (c) (a reissue of The Muses 
Farewell, 1690); Poems on Affairs of State, 1698 (Book2i5); and^4 New Collec- 
tion of Poems Relating to State Affairs, 1705 (Book 23 7). 



In Select j FABLES. | VIZ. \ I. At CtttlbtJ&ffr. [ II. At 212 
III. At (Cp#0m* I IV. At 92Hj)itf)alL, I V. From ^tm* 1698 



firing vi. At <am0ter&am. | | WITH A | DIALOGUE | 

BETWEEN | Bow-Steeple DRAGON, | And the Exchange GRAS- 
HOPER. | | LONDON, \ Printed and are to be Sold by most 
Booksellers | in London and Westminster, 1698. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. The six sub-titles are in 
two columns, with a pair of brackets, reversed, between the columns. 
8. A-H 8 . Title, verso blank; preface (to first collection), 2 pp.; text (in- 
cluding prefatory matter to other collections), pp. 1-13, 5 pp., 1-14, 4 pp., 
1-14, 4 pp., 1-14, 6 pp., 1-18, 4 pp., 1-14, 2 pp., i-n ; i p, blank. 
The A of A 4 is inverted. 
Yale, Harv. 

153 x 



213 EXAMEN | Poeticum Duplex : | SIVE | Musarum Anglicanarum \ 
1698 Detectus^ EPIGRAMMAlOT 

matum Minorum | Specimen Novum. | | LONDINI: \ Impensis 
, ad insigne chelyos in | Ccemeterio Divi Pauli. 



MDCXcvn. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: | MUSARUM | ANGLICAN ARUM | Delectus Alter. | 

8. A 2-A 8, B-P 8 , 4 leaves, A-C 8 , D 4 . Half-title, verso blank ; title, verso 

blank ; preface, 3 pp. ; i p. blank ; table of contents, 5 pp. ; i p. blank ; text, 

pp. 1-219 ; 5 pp. blank ; bastard title, verso blank ; preface, i p. ; i p. blank ; 

table of contents, pp. i-iii; book-list of Richard Wellington, i p.; text, 

pp. 1-56. 

F 3 is misprinted F 2 : M 3, N 4 and 2 A are unsigned. 

See note to Book 198 (2) (d). 

BodL, Yalef. 

214 (b) Pecunicz obediunt Omnia. \ | MONEY | Masters all Things: | 
1698 OR, | Satyrical Poems, | SHEWING | The Power and Influence of 

MONEY | over all Men, of what Profession or | Trade soever they 
be. | To which are added, | A Lenten Litany, by Mr. C - d, \ a 
Satyr on Mr. Dryden, and several | other Modern Translators ; also 
a Sa-\tyr on Women in general: Together | with Mr Oldham's 
Character of a cer-|tain Ugly Old P - | | [2 lines of English 
* verse] | | Printed, and Sold by the Booksellers of | London and 
Westminster, 1698. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 4 , B-I 8 , K 4 . Title, verso blank; preface, in verse, 2 pp. ; commendatory 

poems, 4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-132; index, 4 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

The first edition, 1696, has only a single poem. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Bodl. (lacks frontispiece), Yale, Harv. (lacks 

frontispiece). 

215 POEMS | ON ] Affairs of STATE: | FROM | OLIVER CROM- 
1698 WELL, | To this present time. Written by the | greatest Wits of the 

Age, Viz. | Lord Rochester, \ Lord D - 1, \ Lord C --- ts, \ Duke of 
Buckingham, \ Dr. K. \ Dr. Wild, \ Sir Charles S - - dly f \ Sir 
Fleetwood S - d, \ Mr. Dryden, \ Mr. Prior, \ Charles Blount, Esq ; ' 
Mr. Wicherly, \ Mr. Shadwell, \ Mr. Tho Brown, \ Capt Ayloffe. 



Mr. H U, I | PART III. j j With other Miscellany 

POEMS ; j And a new Session of the present j POETS. The whole 
never before j Printed, j j Printed in the Year, 1698. 

The names of the authors are in two columns divided, by a double line of rule. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A, B 8 , C 4 , D-X 8 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; table of contents, 

5 pp. ; i p. blank; preface, 6 pp. ; text, pp. 1-312. 

Pp. 151, 158, 204 and 284 are misnumbered 115, 588, 304 and 684. 

This is a spurious continuation of Poems on Affairs of State, 1697: it was 

drawn upon slightly by the genuine second volume of that collection. 

Bodl. 

A ( COLLECTION | OF J MisceUany Poems, | LETTERS, &c. \ 
By Mr. BROWN, &c.\ \ To which is added, A | CHARACTER 
OF A | LATITUDINARIAN. | | LONDON, \ Printed for John 
Sparks, in Newstreet, near j Fleetstreet. 1699. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. 2 leaves, B-H, K-Q 8 , R 7 , B 8 . Title, verso blank ; bookseller's preface, 

signed J[ohn] Sfparks], 2 pp.; text, pp. 1-112, 129-208, 309-351 ; table of 

contents, 3 pp. ; text, pp. [i]~i5 ; i p. blank. 

The following signatures are misprinted: D3 (D), N2 (M2), N4 (M4), 

O 3 (O 5) : Q 2 is unsigned. The following pages are misnumbered: 39 (36), 

158 (160), 159 (161), 192 (189), 189 (192), 493 (349)- 

Harv. 



216 



1699 



A | COLLECTION | OF | MisceUany Poems, 
Abel Roper at the Black Boy in | Fleetstreet. 1699. 



Printed for 216 (b) 
1699 

The title follows that of the issue just described, with the differences 

indicated. 

Except the title-page, which is a cancel, this is the same book as the 

preceding. 

Yale. 



OF THE I 217 
By some of 1700 



Commendatory VERSES, | ON THE | AUTHOR 

Two ARTHURS, | AND THE | Satyr against Wit ; , 

his particular Friends. | | [3 lines of verse, from Martial] | = | 

[ornament] | = | LONDON: | Printed in the Year M D CC. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Folio. 2 leaves, B-H 2 , i leaf. Title, verso blank ; dedication, to the citizens 

155 



of London, signed O.S., 2 pp.; text, pp. 1-30 (book-lists at foot of pp. 28 

and 30). 

In some copies pp. 18 and ig are misnumbered 14 and 15. 

The editorship of the collection is usually attributed to Thomas Brown. 

For the initials O.S. see the note under the second issue of the miscellany. 

Harv. 

217 (b) Commendatory VERSES: I Or, A STEP towards | A POETICAL 
1702 WAR, | BETWIXT | COVENT-GARDEN and CHEAP-SIDE. \ 

\ By several Hands. \ \ Together with j An EPITOME of that 
Immortal POEM, | Truly call'd, j & &at#r affaingt Mlit | | ^Z 
i5>tOn& (EtJItiOtT* | | To which is added, | A Lent-Entertainment : 
or, A Merry Interview | by Moon-light, between the Ghost of 
Ma-\wus of ancient Renown and the City-Bard. [ | Humbly 
Dedicated to all the honourable Citizens within the Bills of \ Mortality, \ 
By Mr. 0. [ornament] | | London: Printed in the Year 1702. 
This is the same as the earlier issue, except for the cancel title-page. 
The ornament on the title-page is a swan, but I have not been able to 
identify any O. Swan or Swann. 
BodL (title-page mutilated), Harv. 

218 EXEQULE | Desideratissimo Principi | GULIELMO | GLOCES- 
1700 TRIMDUCI | AB | Oxoniensi Academia | SOLUTE. | [vignette] | 

OXONII, j E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, An. Dom. MDCC. 

Folio. A-Oo 2 . Title, verso blank ; addresses to the King (William III) and 

Princess Anne, signed Gu. Paynter, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 142 pp. ; 

2 pp. blank. 

A 2 is misprinted A. The second leaf is signed in gatherings F-K, P-X, Cc, 

Ee and Hh. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Old 

English and ' Runic'. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

219 LUCTUS BRITANNICI: I | OR THE I TEARS I OF THE I 
1700 British Muses; | FOR THE | DEATH | OF | JOHN DRYDEN, 

Esq ; j LATE j Poet Laureat to Their Majesties, K. Charles \ and 
K. James the Second. | WRITTEN | By the most Eminent Hands 
in the two Famous Univer~\sities, and by several Others. | | 
[3 lines of verse, from Dryden] | | LONDON: \ Printed for 
Henry Play ford, in the Temple-Change, and Abel Roper t at | the 

156 



Black-Boy In Fleet-street: And Sold by John Nittt, near Statio-\ 
ner's-Hall. 1700. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Folio. 2 leaves, B-P, Aa-Dd, E, F 2 . Title, verso blank ; dedi nation, to 
William Stephens, Esq. of Barton, Isle of Wight, signed Henry Playford 
and Abel Roper, i p. ; preface, signed H[enry] P[layford] and A[bel] R[oper], 

I p. ; text, pp. 1-55; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-24. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

B 2, K 2, L 2 and Aa 2 are signed. Pp. 42 and 43 are misnnmbered 43 and 

42. 

The book contains verse in English, Latin and Greek. The Latin and Greek 
poems begin with the second series of page-numbers. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Bodl. (lacks frontispiece and gathering 2 E), Yale, 
Harv. 



. OR, I POEMS 1 WRITTEN By | Nine 220 
several Ladies j Upon the Death of the late Famous | JOHN 1700 
DRYDEN, Esq; \ | [3 lines of verse, from Dryden] | 1 
LONDON, | Printed for Richard Basset, at the Mitre in [ Fleetstreet, 
1700. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

| OR, | POEMS 1 Upon the Death of the 



JOHN DRYDEN, Esq; \ 



Half-title: 
late Famous 

Folio. 2 leaves, A-F 2 . Half-title, verso blank ; title, verso blank ; dedication, 
to the right honourable Charles Montague, Esq., signed Ric. Basset, 2 pp. ; 
text, 2 pp., 1-19 ; book-list of Richard Basset, i p. 

B 2 is signed: C 2 is misprinted E 2. Pp. 18 and 19 are misnumbered 16 
and 13. 

Yale, Library of William Andrews Clark, Jr., Los Angelesf. 

PRINCIPI JUVENTUTIS | GULIELMO | Celsissimo Duci | 221 
GLOCESTRIJ5 | Praematura morte abrepto | Scholse Westmonas- 1700 
teriensis | ALUMNI REGII [ Ht&c Carmina Mcerentes Consecrant. \ 
| [ornament] | = | LONDINI: \ Excudebat EDVARDUS 
JONES, in ^Edibus | Sabaudianis. M D C C, 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Folio. 2 leaves, B-N 2 . Title, verso blank ; address to the King (William III) , 

signed Sackville, Lord Buckhurst, i p. ; address to Princess Anne, signed 

John, Lord Carteret, i p. ; text, pp. 1-48. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale. 

157 



222 THRENODIA | Academias Cantabrigiensis | IN | Immaturum 

1700 OUtum | ILLUSTRISSIMI ac DESIDERATISSIMI | PRIN- 
CIPIS | GULIELMI | DUCIS GLOCESTRENSIS. | | CANT A- 
BRIGIJE, | TYPIS ACADEMICIS. MDCC. 

Folio, i leaf, *, A-Ii 2 . Title, verso blank ; addresses to the King (William 
III), Princess Anne and Prince George, signed Tho. Greene, vice-chancellor, 
4 pp. ; text, 126 pp. ; text and errata, i p. ; i p. blank. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

223 A NEW | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | On Several Occasions. | 

1701 WRITTEN BY | Mr. Dryden. \ Mr. Wolsly. \ Mr. Granville. \ Mr. 
Stepney. \ Sr. Charles Sidley. \ Sr. Fleet. Shepherd. \ And several 
other Eminent Hands, | Never before Publish'd. | - | LONDON, \ 
Printed for Peter Buck, at the Sign of the Tem-\ple in Fleetstreet ; 
and George Strahan at the j Golden Ball over against the Royal- 
Exchange, \ Cornhil. 1701. 

The title is enclosed in a border of a single line of rule. The names of the 
contributors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, reversed, between 
the columns, 

8. A-Y 8 , Z 4 . Title, verso blank ; dedication to the Hon. Benedict Leonard 
Calvert, signed Charles Gildon, 8 pp. ; table of contents, 5 pp. ; errata, i p. ; 
text, pp. 1-341 ; i p. blank ; book-list of George Strahan, i p. ; i p. blank. 
A 5, B i-B 4, and E 5-E 8 are cancels in some copies. A 3, P 3, P 4, U 3, 
and Y 3 are unsigned: C 2, Fa, and U 4 are misprinted G 2, E 2, and U 3. 
The numbers of pp, 98 and 99 have been interchanged. 
Yale. 



223 (b) A NEW | Miscellany | Of Original | POEMS, | On Several Oc- 
1701 casions. | Written by the | E. of D. j Sir Charles Sidley, | Sir 
Fleetw. Shepheard, | Mr. Wolesly, | Mr. Granviii, | Mr. Dryden, j 
Mr. Stepney, | Mr. Rowe. | And several other Eminent Hands. \ 
Never before Printed"]" | LONDON, \ Printed for Peter Buck, 
at the Sign of the Temple \ in Fleet-street ; and George Strahan at 
the Golden-\Ball, over against the Royal-Exchange in Corn-\hil. 
1701. 

The names of the contributors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 

158 



reversed, between the columns. The title-page is enclosed in a border of two 
lines of rule. 

TMs is the same book as the preceding: a cancel title-page has been sub- 
stituted for the original. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

A NEW 1 COLLECTION | Of ORIGINAL | POEMS, j On Several 223 (c) 
Occasions, j Written by the most Eminent H AN DS'.'\ "jjitier 6ef0te (?) 1716 

Printed | [ornament] I LONDON: | Printed for G. STRAHAN, 

at the Golden Ball over \ against the Royal Exchange In ComhilL" 

This is the same book as the preceding, with still another title-page. Some 
evidence of its date is supplied by the presence in the middle of the volume 
of a 24-page miscellany, without a title-page, but containing a reference to 
the battle of Sheriff -Muir, November 13, 1715. For this miscellany see 
Book 476. 

Library of lolo A. Williams, Esq., London. 

*** For notes on this miscellany see the article by Mr, Williams in The 

Library, 4th series, vol. 10, pp. 234-37. 

Academise Cantabriglensis | CARMINA, | QUIBUS | DECK- 224 
DENTI I Augustissimo Regi \ WILHELMO III. I PARENTAT ; I ET 1702 
SUCCEDENTI | OPTIMIS AUSPICIIS I Serenissimce Regina 
ANKE | GRATULATUR. | = I CANTABRIGIM, \ TYPIS 
ACADEMICIS. 

Folio. A-Hh 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the Queen, signed Tho. 
Richardson, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 119 pp. ; errata, i p. 
A 2 is signed A. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian and 

Turkish. 

The date of publi cation was 1702. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale. 

THE I ART | OF | ENGLISH POETRY; \ CONTAINING, | I. 225 

Rules for making Verses. | II. A Dictionary of Rhymes. | III. A 1702 

Collection of the most Natural, | Agreeable, and Noble Thoughts, 

viz. Al-Jlusions, Similes, Descriptions, and Chara-|cters, of Persons 

and Things ; that are | to be found in the best English Poets. \ 

By EDW. BYSSHE, Gent. \ \ [3 lines of verse, from Horace] 

| LONDON, | Printed for R. Knaplock at the Angel in St. Paul's 

159 



Church-Yard; E. Castle next Scotland-Yard-Gatc by | White-Hall; 
and B. Tooke at the Middle-Temple-\Gate in Fleetstreet, 1702. 

8. 4 leaves, f. tt s > ttt 4 , *A 8 , *B-*E, * 4 , A-Aa 8 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso 
blank ; dedication, to Edmund Dunch, signed Efdward] Bysshe, 4 pp. ; 
text, pp. 1-38, 4 pp., i-viii, 1-37, 9 pp., 1-384. 
Gathering * is sometimes misbound. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

225 (b) THE j ART | OF | ENGLISH POETRY: \ CONTAINING | I. 
1705 Rules for making Verses. | II. A Dictionary of Rhymes. | III. A 
Collection of the most Natural, A-|greeable, and Sublime Thoughts, 
viz. Allusions, Simi-|les, Descriptions and Characters, of Persons 
and | Things ; that are to be found in the best English \ Poets. | | 
By EDW. BYSSHE. Gent. \ \ The Second Edition, Corrected 
and Improved. | | [ornament] | LONDON \ Printed for Sam. 
Buckley : And Sold by Dan. Midwinter \ at the Rose and Crown 
in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1705. 

8. i leaf; A-E 8 , F 6 , G-Kk 8 , LI 2 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-36, 2 pp., 

i-viii, 1-38, 8 pp., 1-436. 

Every leaf in gathering F is signed. 

Yale. 

225 (c) THE 1 ART J OF | ENGLISH POETRY | CONTAINING | I. 
1708 Rules for making VERSES. | II. A Collection of the most Natural, | 
Agreeable, and Sublime THOUGHTS, viz. | Allusions, Similes, 
Descriptions and Characters, | of Persons and Things ; that are to 
be found I in the best ENGLISH POETS. | III. A Dictionary of 
RHYMES. \ | By EDW. BYSSHE. Gent. | | The Third 
Edition, with large Improvements. | | [ornament] | LONDON \ 
Printed for SAM. BUCKLEY, at the Dolphin in | Little Britain. 
M DCC VIII. 

8. * 6 , A-Kk 8 , Ll-Oo 4 , Pp 2 . Title, verso blank; preface, TO pp.; text, pp. 

1-36; 2 pp.; 1-482; [i]-viii; 1-36. 

* 2 is signed * : * 3 and F 4 are unsigned; Pp 2 is signed. Pp. 232 and 433 

are misnumbered 233 and 333. 

Yale. 

225 (d) THE | ART | OF ( ENGLISH POETRY | CONTAINING | I. 

1710 Rules for making VERSES. | IL A Collection of the most Natural, | 

Agreeable, and Sublime THOUGHTS, viz. | Allusions, Similes, 

160 



Descriptions and Characters, | of Persons and Things ; that are to 
be found | in the best ENGLISH POETS, j III. A Dictionary of 
RHYMES. | | By EDW. BYSSHE. Gent. \ j The Fourth 

Edition. | j [ornament] j LONDON: j Printed for SAM. BUCK- 
LEY, at the Dolphin in | Little-Britain. MDCCX. 

8. * 6 t A-Kk, a, b 8 , c 2 . Title, verso blank ; preface, 10 pp. ; text, pp. 1-36, 

2 pp., 1-482, [i] viii, 1-36. 

* 2 is signed * : * 3 and F 4 are unsigned : in some copies c i is signed Pp. 

The following pages are misnumbered : 355 (155)* 4*5 (3*5)* 418 (318), 429 

(329), 432 (332), 433 (333). 

This is a page-for-page reprint of the third edition, 

Yale, Harv. 

THE 1 ART 1 OF j ENGLISH POETRY: \ CONTAINING, | . . . j 225 

. . . viz. 1 ... Cha-jracters ... are to | be ... j ... | ... BYSSHE, (i) (e) 

GenL \ | The Fifth Edition. \ \ [ornament] | LONDON: 1714 

Printed by S. Buckley ; and | Sold by j. Churchill, D. Midwinter, 

W. | Taylor, N. Cliffe, and /. Browne. 1714. 

The title follows that of the fourth edition, with the differences indicated. 

12. A, B, A-L 12 . Title, verso blank; preface, 6 pp.; rules for making 

verses, pp. 1-40 ; bastard title, i p. ; list of authors cited, i p. ; text, pp. [i]- 

141, 144264. 

*A 5, 2 A 3 and 2 A 5 are unsigned. 

Yale. 

THE | ART | OF | ENGLISH POETRY. | | By EDW. 225 

BYSSHE, Gent. | | The Fifth Edition. | | VOL. II. | | (2) (e) 

[ornament] | LONDON: Printed by S. Buckley; and j Sold by J. 1714 

Churchill, D. Midwinter, W. \ Taylor, N. Cliffe, and /. Browne. 

1714. 

12. i leaf, M-X 12 , Y 8 , Z, Aa 12 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 265-520; 

dictionary of rhymes, pp. [i]-viii, xi, 1-39- 

M i is a cancel and is unsigned. 

The dictionary of rhymes begins with a bastard title, bearing the imprint : 

Printed by 5. B. for C. RIVINGTON, . . . 

Yale. 

THE | ART | OF | ENGLISH POETRY. [ CONTAINING, | I. 225 

RULES for making VERSES. | II. A Collection of the most (i) (f) 
Natural, | Agreeable and Sublime THOUGHTS, | viz. Allusions, 1718 

161 y 



Similes, Descriptions and | Characters of Persons and Things, that j 
are to be found in the best English POETS. | III. A Dictionary of 
RHYMES. | | By EDWARD BYSSHE, Gent. | | The SIXTH 



EDITION Corrected | and Enlarged. 
0. Loyd in the Temple, T. V amain, 



LONDON: | Printed for 
and /. Osborn in Lombard- 



Street ; W. Hears, \ J. Brown and F. Clay without Temple-Bar, 
and J". Hooke in Fleet-Street. 1718. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. * A, B, A-L 12 , M 6 , N 2 . Title, verso blank; preface, 6 pp. ; rules for 

making verse, pp. [i]-4o; text, pp. [i]-i55, 146-156, 167-280. 

*B 6 is signed: L 4 is unsigned: F 3 and F 4 are misprinted E 3 and E 4. 

P. 238 is misnumbered 230. 

B.M.f, Yale. 

225 THE | ART j OF [ ENGLISH POETRY. \-\By EDWARD 
(2) (f) BYSSHE, Gent, \ | The Sixth Edition, Corrected and \ Enlarg'd. ' 
1718 | VOL. II. | | [2 lines of verse, from Virgil] | | [ornament] 
| LONDON: \ Printed for 0. Loyd, W. Hears, J. Browne, 
J. Osborn, and F. Clay. 1718. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A-O 12 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-288; dictionary of 

rhymes, pp. [i]-x, 1-38. 

The sixth leaf of every gathering except F is signed. The volume-signature 

is omitted in gatherings A-D and O. Pp. 108 and 248 are misnumbered 88 

and 148. 

B.M.f, Yale. 

225 THE | ART | OF | English POETRY. | CONTAINING, | L 
(i) (g) RULES for making | VERSES. | II. A COLLECTION of | the 
1724 most Natural, A~|greeable and Sublime | THOUGHTS, viz. | 
Allusions, Similes, Descriptions and Characters \ of Persons and 
Things, | that are to be found | in the best English \ POETS. | III. 
A DICTIONARY | of RHYMES. | | By EDWARD BYSSHE, 
Gent. | | The SEVENTH EDITION Corrected | and Enlarged. | 
= | LONDON: \ Printed for R. WILKIN in St. Paul's Church- 
Yard; | 0. LOYD in the Temple ; J. OSBORN in Lombard \ street; 
W. HEARS, and F. CLAY without Tem-\ple-bar, and J. HOOKE 
in Fleet-street. M. DCC. XXIV. 

162 



The words from * I.' through * RHYMES/ are in two columns, with a double 

line of rule between the columns. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A, B, A-L 12 , M s . Title, verso blank; preface, 6 pp.; text pp. FiWo 
[i]-28o. rF L " ' 

L 3 is unsigned. The sixth leaf of the sheet is signed in all gatherings 
except 1 B. 

B.M.. Yale. 



THE j ART | OF | ENGLISH POETRY. I I By EDWARD 
BYSSHE, Gent. \ \ VOL. II. | | The SEVENTH EDITION, 
Corrected and Enlarged. \ | [two lines of verse from Virgil] I 
[ornament] I j LONDON: Printed for JR. WiMn,A.Bettesworth, 
O. Lloyd, W. Hears, J. O shorn, J. Hooke, \ and F. Clay. 1724. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A-O 12 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-288, [i]-x, 1-38. 

The sixth leaf of the sheet is signed in every gathering. 

B.M., Yale. 



1724 



225 

() 



The Art of English Poetry, volumes I and II, 
For a description of these books see p. 344. 



1725. 



THE 1 ART | OF | English POETRY. | CONTAINING, I I. 
RULES for making | VERSES. | II. A COLLECTION of | the 
most Natural, A-|greeable and Sublime | THOUGHTS, viz. 
Allusions, Similes, Descriptions and Characters of Persons and 
Things, that are to be | found in the best EnAglish POETS, j III! 
A DICTIONARY | of RHYMES. | | By EDWARD BYSSHE, 
Gent. | | The EIGHTH EDITION Corrected I and Enlarged. I 
| VOL. I. | | LONDON: \ Printed for F. CLAY, J. 
BROTHERTON, J. R. and J. | HAZARD, W. MEADOWS, T. 

ASTLEY, s. AU-|STEN, L. GILLIVER, & j. CLARKE, c. 

CORBETT, I W. MEARS, T. LONGMAN, and J. BROWN. I 
MDCCXXXVIL 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

A, B, A-L 12 , M*. Title, verso blank; preface, 6 pp.; text, pp. [i]~4O, 



225 

(1) (h) 

(2) (h) 
1725 

225 

M (i) 
1737 



[i]-28o. 



163 



Tlie sixth leaf is signed in every gathering except *B and M, L 3 is un- 
signed: 2 A 6 is misprinted H 6. 
BJVLf, University of Chicago Library. 

225 THE I ART | OF | English POETRY. | . . . | VOL. II. | . . . | 
(2) (i) ... GILLIVER & J. CLARKE, ...)... J. BROWN, j . . . 

*737 The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 
first volume, with the differences indicated. 

120. A-N 12 , O-P 6 , Q 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-288, [i]-x, 
1-40; book-list of F. Clay, i p.; book-list of J. Brotherton, J. R. and J. 
Hazard, W. Meadows, T, Astley, S. Austen, L. Gilliver, J. Clarke, and 
C. Corbett, pp. [i]~3 ; book-list of W. Hears, i p. ; book-list of T. Long- 
man, i p. 

P 3 and Q 2 are unsigned : there are no volume-signatures on O i, P i, or Q i . 
The sixth leaf of the sheet is signed in gatherings A-N. The following pages 
are misnumbered : 99 (9), 192 (162), 195 (159), 248 (148). 
B.M.f, University of Chicago Library. 
*% There was another edition of this collection in 1762. 

226 COMITIA PHILOLOGICA j In honorem Optima Principis 
1702 ANKZE | D. G. Anglice, Scotice, Fmncite & Hibemia \ REGHSLE, 

Habita in Universitate | OXONIENSI, | Julii 16. A. D. 1702. | 
[vignette] | | OXONII, \ E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, 1702. 
Venales prostant apud Hen. Clements Bibliop. 
Folio. A-N 2 . Title, verso blank; text, 50 pp. 
Verse in Latin only. 
B.M., BodL, Yalef, Harv. 

227 Epicinion Oxoniense, | SIVE | SOLENNIS GRATULATIO | OB 
1702 RES FELICITER | TERRA MARIQUE GESTAS | A Copiis Sere- 

nissimse Reginse I ANN^3E | Contra Gallospariter ac Hispanos A. D. 

1702. | [vignette] | OXONH, \ E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, 

1702. 

Folio, i leaf, B-I 2 . Title, verso blank; text, 31 pp.; i p. blank. 

Every leaf except the first and last is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin only. 

B.M., Harv. 

164 



Epicinion Oxonlense, | ... I ... SHELDONIAXO, 1702. j Venales 227 (b) 

prostant apud Johan. Wilmot, Bibliop. 1702 

The title follows that of the Issue just described, with the differences 

indicated. 

The issue is the same as that first described in all other respects. 

BodL, YaJe-f. 

EXAMEN | MISCELLANEUM. | Consisting of | VERSE and 228 

PROSE. | Of VERSE, j BY | The most Honourable the [ Marquis 1702 
of Normanby. I The late Lord Rochester. \ Mr. Waller. I Mrs. 
Wharton. \ Mr, Wolseley. \ WITH j SATIRES and FABLES, 
AND 1 TRANSLATIONS from Anacreon. J J In PROSE, _ 
Above an Hundred Original Maxims and Re-| flections. To which 
are added, Precepts, | Maxims, and Reflections taken out of TJie-\ 
ognis, Phocylides, Pythagoras, Solon, Simoni-\des, Callimachus, 
Philemon, Alexis, Anax-\andride$, Antiphanes, Apottodorus, Diphi- 
lus, j Menander, Eubulus, Timocles, and several | other Greek 
Poets. | | LONDON, \ Printed for 25. 31* and Sold by 3(01)11 
Cijantrj, at | the Pestle and Mortar without Temple-Bar, 1702. 

The names of the English contributors are arranged in two columns, with 

a pair of brackets, reversed, between the columns. 

8. A, a, B-E, e, F-N 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Duke of 

Schomberg, n pp.; preface and errata, 19 pp.; text, pp. 1-64, 49-189; 

book-list of Bernard Lintott, 3 pp. 

The editor was Charles Gildon: see Nichols's Literary Anecdotes, viii.296. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

PIETAS | Universitatis Oxoniensis | In OBITUM Augustissimi 229 
Regis | GULIELMI III. | ET I GRATULATIO \ In exoptatissimam 1702 
Serenissimse I ANN.E REGIN^E | INAUGURATIONEM. \ 
[vignette] | OXONII, E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, ] An. Dom. 
MDCCIL 

Folio. 2 leaves, BC, DEF, GH, I-Nn 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the 

Queen (Anne), signed Rog. Mander, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 124 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures, facing title. 

L 2, M 2, P 2, Q 2, X 2 and Cc 2 are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Cornish 

and Old English. 

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230 APOLLO's Feast: | OR, | Wits Entertainment, j Consisting of J 
1703 Pleasant Intreagues, delightful Stories, ] ingenious Poems, witty 
Repartees, | merry Bulls, old Tales, Novels, and | Prologues and 
Epilogues Spoke and | Writ by Jo. Haynes and Mr. Pinkeman, \ 
and others the most diverting Comedians. \ All Collected from the 
most Ingenious | of the Age, and now Published by the Au-|thor 



of the PILLS to purge Melancholy. 
signed Dr. Merryman] | LONDON, 



| [8 lines of English verse, 
Printed for H. Play ford : And 



Sold by j /. Nutt near Stationers-Hall, 1703. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A 4 , B-H 12 , I 1 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed Dr. Merryman, 

4 pp. ; text, 2 pp., 1-170. 

B.M. 

231 Divine Hymns | AND | POEMS | ON | Several Occasions. | VIZ. \ 
1704 A Pastoral on our Saviour's Na-\tivity. \ The Wish. \ The Descrip- 
' ' " ..... " "" ' ~ ' SyPHILO- 

LONDON :\ 

Printed by R. Janeway, for Rich* Burrough, at | the Sun and 
Moon, near the Royal Exchange in | CornhilL 1704. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 7 , B-O 8 , P 7 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Sir Richard Blackmore, 
2 pp. ; preface, 10 pp. ; text, pp. 1-216 ; table of contents, 6 pp. 
Pp. 158 and 159 are misnunibered 154 and 155. 
Philomela was Mrs. Elizabeth Singer Rowe. 
Yale. 



tion of Heaven, in \ Imitation of Mr. Milton, | &c. \ 
MELA, I AND I Several other Ingenious Persons. 



231 (b) A | COLLECTION | OF ] SDiiune Citing | AND | POEMS | ON I 
1709 Several Occasions : | BY THE [ E. of Roscommon, \ Mr. Dryden, j 
Mr. Dennis, | Mr. Norris, | Mrs. Kath. Phillips, | Philomela, and 
others. \ | Most of them never before Printed. | | LONDON, | 
Printed for/. Baker, in Grocers-Alley in the | Poultrey, 1709. 
The names of the contributors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 
reversed, between the columns. The title is enclosed in a border of two 
lines of rule. 

Half-title: | DIVINE HYMNS | AND | POEMS | ON | Several Occa- 
sions. | 

8. A2-A8, B-P 8 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; preface, 
10 pp. ; text, pp. 1-216 ; table of contents, 6 pp. ; 2 pp. blank. 
Pp. 158 and 159 are misnumbered 154 and 155. 
B.M. 

166 



A | COLLECTION | Of DIVINE j HYMNS and j UPON j 

Several Occasions: | By the j E. of Roscommon, ] John" Dry den! 
Esq; | Mr. Dennis, | Iff. Norris, | Mrs. Kath. Phillips, \~Mrs* 
Singer, & ofliers. \ j The THIRD EDITION, | j To which is 
added, | I. Death's Vision: A Philosophical j Sacred "Poem. Writ 
at the Request of ( the late Mr. Locke. By Mr. Reynolds. \ II. God, 
the Creator and Preserver, By | the Reverend MrC Daniel. With 
several others not in the Former | Editions, j [ LONDON: 
Printed for W. TAYLOR at the Ship in I Pater-N osier-Row. 
MDCCXIX. 

The names of the authors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, re- 
versed, between the columns. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines 
of rule, 

12. A 6 , B-M". Title, verso blank ; dedication, to Sir Richard Blackmore, 

2 pp. ; preface, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [13-256; table of contents, 5 pp. ; book-list 

of William Taylor, 3 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

E i and L 5 are misprinted D and G 5 : the sixth leaf is signed in every 

gathering except E. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Yale, Harv. 



231 (c) 
1719 



Miscellaneous WORKS, | Written by His Grace, | GEORGE, Late 232 
Duke of Buckingham. | Collected in One Volume from the Original (i) (a) 
Papers. \ CONTAINING | [list of contents, 10 lines in 2 columns 1704 
divided by a single line of rale] | Also State Poems on the Late 
Times, by | Mr. Dryden, | Sir George Etherege, | Sir Fleetwood Shep- 

pard, | Mr. Butler, Author of Hu-\dibra$, | Earl of D | Mr. Con- 

greve, \ Mr. Otway, \ Mr. Brown, \ Capt. Ayloffe, &c. | Never before 
Printed. | With the late Duke of Buckingham's Speeches in the [ 
House of Lords, upon Conference with the Commons. \ [To which 
is added, j A Collection of Choice remarkable Speeches, that were 
spoken in \ both Houses of Parliament, by several Noblemen, and 
Commoners, [ in relation to the Government and Liberty of the Sub- 
ject. | In the Reigns of | K. Charles L | The Usurpation of the 
Rump, | and Oliver Cromwell \ K. Charles II. [ AND | K. William 
III. &c.\ \ LONDON: Printed for and Sold by /. Nutt \ near 
Stationers-hall, 1704. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
The names of the authors of the state poems are in two columns, with a pair 

167 



of brackets, reversed, between the columns. The words from * K. Charles I/ 
through * K. William III. &c.' are in two columns, divided by a single line 
of rule. 

8. A-M 8 , N 2 , O 4 , Aa-Mm 8 . Title, verso blank ; publisher's preface, 8 pp. ; 
table of contents, 6 pp. ; text, pp. 1-144, 2I 7~ 2 57> 3 PP- 1-192. 
Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

A 3, B 4 and li 4 are unsigned : N 2 is signed : G 3 is misprinted A 3 : Bb 3 is 
misprinted Bb 2 : the 4 in E 4 is inverted. P. 123 is numbered in the wrong 
corner. 

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232 THE ] Miscellaneous WORKS \ Of His Grace | GEORGE, Late 

(i) (b) Duke of Buckingham. \ \ In Two Volumes. | CONTAINING, | 

1707 [list of contents, 8 items in 2 columns divided by a single line of 

rule] | And the Farce on the Battle of Sedgmoor ; never before | 

Printed entire, from the Original: | WITH THE | Late Duke of 

Buckingham's Speeches in both | Houses of Parliament. | To which 

is added | Two Collections of the most Valuable Speeches in both | 

Houses of Parliament; Printed from the Original | Manuscripts. 

With Maxims and Poems of State, and | Characters that give a 

Light into the Secret History | of the Times. Written by | The 

Late Duke of Buckingham. \ Duke of Lauderdale. \ Duke of B 

and 2V | Marquis of Hallifa%. \ Earl of Notingham. \ Earl of 

Rochester. \ Earl of Dorset. \ Earl of Pembrook. \ Earl of Shaftsbury. \ 
Lord Lucas. \ Lord Cap el. \ Lord Chief Justice Treby. \ Sir William 
Temple. \ Sir Edward Seymour. \ Sir Francis Pemberton. \ Sir John 
Knight. | Sir Alexander Bruce. \ Sir Charles Sedley. \ Mr. Hamden \ 
Coll. Titus &c. | LONDON: \ Printed; for Samuel Briscoe, and sold 
by B. Bragg, at the | Raven, in Pater noster Row, 1707. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. The names of the 
authors are in two columns divided by a single line of rule. 

80. A*, a* 2 , B 7 , C 2 , 2 leaves, C 3-C 8, D-M 8 , N 2 , O 4 , Aa-Kk*, Ll-Oo*. 
Title, verso blank; life of Buckingham, 8 pp.; table of contents, 8| pp. ; 
book-list of ]. Nutt, ijpp. ; text, pp. 1-19, i p., 19-144, 217-257, 3 pp., 
1-191 ; book-list of J. Nutt, foot of p. 191 and last page (unnumbered). 

G 3 and Aa i are misprinted A 3 and A 2. The following pages are misnum- 
bered: 220 (22), 230 (236), 270 (07), 2 i3O (131), 2 i3i (130), 2 i32 (131). 
Harv. 

168 



j Second VOLUME of | Miscellaneous WORKS, \ Written by j 232 (2) 
GEORGE, Late Duke of Buckingham. \ CONTAINING i .4 KEY 1705 

to the REHEARSAL, \ And several Pieces in PROSE and TERSE ; j 
Never before PRINTED: j With a Collection of Poems, Satyrs, 
Letters, DIa-jlogues, Essays, Characters, Maxims of State 1 Valu- 
able Speeches, in both Houses of | PARLIAMENT, by several 
LORDS and j COMMONS: Printed from Original Manu-j scripts, 
that give a light into the Secret History of j the Times. 



by the | Late Duke of Buckingham, \ Duke of Lauderdal, 



Written 
Marquis 



of Halifax, \ Duke of B and N | Earl of Not m, j Earl 

of Shaftsbury, \ Earl of Rochester, \ Earl of Dor 1, \ Lord Capel, \ 

Lord Chief Justice Trebey, \ Sir William Temple, j Sir William 
Portman, \ Sir Edward Seymour, \ SirLeolyn Jenkins, j yLr.Hamden, \ 
Colnell Titus, ] Mr. Dryden, \ Sir George Etherege, J Sir Charles 



Sedley, \ Mr. Cowley, | Mr. Otway, \ Mr. Blount, 

Captain Alexander Ratiliffe. \ Captain Ayloffe, &c. 



Mr. Brown, 
| Collected 



and Prepared for the Press, by the | Late Ingenious Mr. THO. 
BROWN. | | LONDON: Printed for Sam. Briscoe, and Sold | by 
J. Nutt near Stationer s-HalL 1705. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. The names of the 

authors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, reversed, between the 

columns. 

8. 6 leaves, B~K 8 , L 2 , Aa~-Qq 8 , Rr 4 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, 

10 pp. ; text, pp. [ij-xin, 3 pp., 1-80, 80-111, 113-131, i p., 1-264. 

The following pages are misnumbered : 34 (38), 35 (39), 38 (34), 39 (35), 

42 (47), 43 (46), 46 (42), 47 (43), 2 i39 (39i), 2 ^4 (234), 255 (*55), 256 (156): 

in some copies 86 (78) . 

Harv. (lacks leaf Dd 8), The New York Public Library. 

This edition of the second volume is found in conjunction with both 

editions of the first volume. 

PLAUSUS MUSARUM | OXONIENSIUM; \ SIVE | Gratulatio 233 

Academiae | Ob Res Prospere Terra Marique Gestas. \ In Comitiis 1704 

Philologicis Habitis [ IN THEATRO SHELDONIANO | Calendis 

Januarii 1704. | | [vignette] | | OXONII, E THEATRO 

SHELDONIANO, ] An. Dom. MDCCIV. 

Folio. No signatures. Title, verso blank; text, 64 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title. 

The verse is in Latin only. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

169 z 



234 THE | THEATRE | OF | INGENUITY: | OR, | The Gentleman's 
1704 and Lady's Pleasing | Recreation and Delightful Pastime | at 
Leisure Hours, j CONTAINING | The Quintessence of the Wits 
and Learned Men | of the Past and Present Ages in what is found | 
Ingenious and Diverting; as Novels, History, | Poems, Odes, 
Elegies, Pastorals, Satyrs, Epi-| grams, Apothegms, Drollery, &c. 
Quaint j and Courtly Expressions ; the Mystery of | Love, with 
Directions for Address and Court-] ship; Witty Dialogues taken 
out of Excellent | Plays, Opera's, Farces, and other Ingenious | 
Writings; also many Curious Fancies, with j Variety of other 
Witty Things, never before I made Publick. | To which is added, | 
A Collection of the Choicest Songs, Sonnets, and | Airs, that are 
in Chiefest Esteem and Request | in City and Country. | | [2 
lines of verse, from Horace] | | London: Printed by R. /. for 
Nathanael Dancer, \ next St. Dunstaris-Church in Fleetstreet. 1704. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. 2 leaves, B-G 12 , H 6 , I 4 . Title, i p.; book-list of Nathanael Dancer, 
i p. ; preface, signed N[athanael] D[ancer], 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-164. 
F i is unsigned. 
Bodl. 



235 THE | COMPLEAT | ACADEMY | OF | Comp&mmtg: | CON- 
1705 TAINING | First, Choice Sentences, with Variety | of Similitudes, 
and Comparisons ; | also the best Complemental Letters. | Second, 
The Art of Courtship and Gen-|teel Breeding, with Discourses 
proper I for this Ingenious Age, far surpassing | any Thing of this 
Nature. | TOGETHER | With a Collection of the Newest SONGS | 
that are Sung at Court and Play-House | = | LONDON: \ Printed 
for E. Tracy, at the Three Bibles \ on London Bridge] And T. 
Ballard, at | the Rising Sun in Little-Britain. 1705. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
12. A2-AI2, B-G 12 . Title, verso blank; preface and advertisement, 
2 pp.; text, pp. 1-162. 

This is a different book from other collections with similar titles. 
B.M. 

235 (b) THE | Compleat Academy \ OF | COMPLEMENTS: | OR, | Lover's 

1729 Magazine: Shewing | The Whole Art of Courtship. | I. ... | ... | To 

which is added, A compleat Collection [ of choice Songs and merry 

170 



Catches ; with | the merry Songs and Catches of Polly \ Peachum, 
which she sung in the Beggar's \ Opera. The Whole being of uni- 
versal Use, j both to Town and Country. [ j London: Printed by 
and for /. Willis and J 3". Pettet in Tower-street, and Daniel Pratt \ 
in the Strand. 1729. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

12. A-G 12 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; preface, pp. [3, 4]; text pp. [5]-i68. 
B 5 is unsigned. 
Harv. 

Miscellanea Sacra: | OR, | A Curious Collection of | ORIGINAL | 236 
POEMS, | UPON I Divine and Moral Subjects. \ Collected from the (i) (a) 
Works of | Several Pious Persons, j To which is Annexed, | A *75 
SCHEME of a PROPOSAL for | the Relief of our POOR, and En-| 
couragement of TRADE, humbly | recommended to all Charitable 
Per-jsons. | [ [4 lines of English verse] ) j LONDON; 
Printed for H. Playford, and is to be | sold by him at his Shop at 
the Temple-Change, j Fleetstreet: And Ben. Bragg, in Ave-Mary 
Lane. 1 1705. Pr. Sticht Sixpence. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8 in fours. A 2 , B~F 4 , G 2 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to the Countess of 

Burlington, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-44. 

B 3 and G 2 are signed. 

The editor was Samuel Phillips : see the second issue, 

BodL (leaf F 3 imperfect), Yale. 

Miscellanea Sacra: | OR, A | Curious Collection | OF | POEMS, I 236 

Chiefly Original, | UPON | Divine and Moral Sutyects. | By the (i) (c) 

most Celebrated Modern Authors. | | VOL. I. | Collected by 1707 

SAM. PHILLIPS, Gent. | Late of St. John's CoUedge, Oxon. | | 

The Third Edition, \ LONDON; | Printed by Tho. Warren, for Tho. 

Hodgeson, over-) against Gray's Inn Gate in Holbourn, and | B. 

Braggs Publisher, 1707. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is the same as the 1705 edition : the A gathering has been removed and 

a single leaf with the above title and a blank verso has been substituted. 

There is also a frontispiece facing the title. 

Harv. 

171 



236 (2) Miscellanea Sacra: . . . ] VOL. II | ... 

The title follows that of the first volume of the 1707 issue, with the differ- 
ences indicated. 

8 in fours, i leaf, B-M 4 , N 2 . Title, verso blank ; text, pp. 1-91 ; i p. blank. 
Harv. 



236 (d) Miscellanea Sacra: \ OR, A | Curious Collection | OF | POEMS, | 
1708 Chiefly Original, | UPON | Divine and Moral Subjects, [ By the 
most Celebrated Modern Authors, j | VOL. I | Collected by 
SAM. PHILLIPS, Gent. | Late of St. John's College, Oxon. \ \ 
[i line of Latin verse] | | LONDON: \ Printed by Tho. Warren, 
for Tho. Hodgson, over | against Gray's Inn Gate in Holbourn, 
and | B. Bragg, Publisher, 1708. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. The last figure in the 

date is not clear. 

Only the frontispiece and title-page of this issue are new : they are followed 

by the second volume of the 1707 edition, minus the title-page, and the 

first volume, minus the first two leaves. 

B.M. 



237 A New | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | Relating to 

1705 <affair& I FROM | OLIVER CROMWEL \ To this present Time: | 
By the Greatest | Wits of the Age : | Wherein, not only those that 
are Contained in | the Three Volumes already Published are | 
incerted, but also large Additions of chiefest | Note, never before 
Published. | The whole from their respective Originals, | without 
Castration. | = | LONDON, \ Printed in the Year, M DCC V. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A~Pp 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, 3 pp. ; i p. blank; table of contents, 
10 pp. ; text, pp. 1-591 ; i p. blank. 

The following signatures are misprinted: A 2 (Aa 2), 64 (04), 84 (B 4), 
Gg 2 (G 2), Gg 4 (Hh 4). K 4, N 4 and, in some copies, Oo 2 are unsigned. 
The following pages are misnumbered: 261 (161), 279 (179), 295 (195), 382 
(383), 383 (382) and, in some copies, 228 (282). 

This is a piracy from the first three genuine volumes of Poems on Affairs of 
State, 1697, etc. (Book 211 (i) (a), etc.). It omits much of their contents 
and adds little that is new. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

172 



ACADEMLE | FRANCOFURTAXJE | AD VIADRUM j E.Y- 238 

C^ENIA SECULARLY \ Oxonii in Theatre SheldonlanG j Apr. 26. 1706 

Anno. Fundat. 201, Annoque Dam. 1706. | CELEBRATA, | | 

[vignette] | \OXONII, j ETHEATRO SHELDOX1AXO, ! An. 

Dom. MDCCVL 

Folio, i leaf, A-K 2 , L 1 . Title, verso blank; text, 41 pp. ; i p. blank. 

Hie second leaf is signed in every gathering. In some copies the vignette at 

the head of F 2 V is inverted. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 



i. I Choice Collection | 
iOTH | ANCIENT a 



OF COMIC and SERIOUS 



BOTH i ANCIENT and MODERN. \-\By several Hands. 
PART I. | j [2 lines of Latin verse] | | [ornament] 
EDINBURGH, | Printed by James Watson: Sold by John 
Vallange. j M. DCC. VI. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, A-S 4 , T 2 . Title, verso blank; publisher's preface, 
2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-146; table of contents, i p. ; i p. blank. 
E 2, F 2 and P 2 are unsigned. 
Bodi 



1706 



239 

(a) 



A | Choise Collection | OF I COMIC and SERIOUS I &COtj0f 3UOtt& 239 

BOTH | ANCIENT and MODERN | j By several Hands. \ (i) (b) 
PART I. | | [2 lines of Latin verse] | J THE SECOND 1713 
EDITION. | | [ornament] | | EDINBURGH, \ Printed by 
JAMES WATSON, and Sold at Ms | Shop, next Door to the Red- 
Lyon, opposite | to the Lwcken-Booths. 1713. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, A-S 4 , T 2 . Title, verso blank; publisher's preface, 
2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-146 ; table of contents, i p. ; i p. blank. 
E 2, F 2 and P 2 are unsigned. P. 103 is misnumbered 104; pp. 17 and 53 
are numbered in the wrong corner; in some copies p. 15 is unnumbered. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 



A | Choice Collection | OF | COMIC and SERIOUS | Scots Poems, | 239 (2) 
BOTH | Ancient and Modern. \ \By several Hands. \ | PART 1709 



II. | | [ornament] 
Watson, and Sold at his 
opposite | to the Lucken-booths. 1709. 

173 



EDINBURGH, \ Printed by James 
Shop next Door to the Red-Lyon, 



8 in fours. A-C, C-P 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [iij; text, pp. iii-viii, 1-117; 
table of contents, 2 pp. ; i p. blank. 
O 2 and P 2 are unsigned. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

239 (3) A | Choice Collection | OF | COMIC and SERIOUS | SCOTS 
1711 POEMS | BOTH | ANCIENT and MODERN. | | By several 

Hands. | | PART III. | | [ornament] | | EDINBURGH, \ 
Printed by JAMES WATSON, and Sold at his | Shop, next Door 
to the Red-Lyon, opposite to [ the Lucken-Booths. 1711. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, A-P 4 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 2 pp. ; 

text, pp. I-I20. 

The volume-signature is omitted from leaf A i. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

*** The collection was reprinted in Glasgow in 1869. 

240 Delicice Poetic; \ OR, | PARNASSUS | DISPLAYED: | In a 
1706 Choice CoUection of very valuable | POEMS and SONGS. | Written 

by the most celebrated Wits of | the last and present Age. | Col- 
lected by a Gentleman, a Lover of | the Muses; and now made 

------- - - ' j- 2 ]j nes O f verse, 

| LONDON: \ 



publick for | the Entertainment of others. | 
from Ovid, and i line of verse, from Horace] 



Printed for John Nutt near Stationer s-\H all, 1706. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: | Delicia Poetics; [ OR, | PARNASSUS | DISPLAYED: | In 

a Choice Collections of very valuable | POEMS and SONGS. | 

12. i leaf, A 5 , B-G 12 , H 6 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; 

preface, signed Philomusus, 4 pp. ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-156. 

A 4 and H 4 are signed : B 4 is unsigned. 

B.M., Harv. 

241 THE | Diverting MUSE, | OR, THE | Universal Medley. \ \ 
1707 Written by a Society of Merry Gentlemen, for | the Entertainment 
of the Town. | | The First PART, | | Consisting of | [5 titles] ' 
| LONDON: \ Printed, And Sold by B. Bragge, at the Raven in 
Pater-noster-row, 1707. 

8 in fours. A-E 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-38; request for 
contributions to later parts, i p. ; i p. blank. 
A 2 is misprinted A 3. 
BodL 

174 



THE | Miscellaneous Works | OF THE [ Honourable i THE 242 

LATE | EARLS of | ROCHESTER | And j ROSCOMMOX! j 1 1707 
WITH | The Memoirs of the Life and Character ] of the late Earl 
of Rochester, in a Letter to j the Dutchess of Mazarine. \ By lions. 
S 1 . Evremont. \ | To which is added, | A curious Collection of 
Original Poems | and Translations by j The Earl of Dorset, \ The 

Lord S rs, \ The Lord H- x, \ The Lord G lie, \ Sir Roger 

L'Estrange, j Mr. Otway, \ Mr. Prior, \ Mr. Walsh, j Mr. Smith, \ 
Mr. Rowe, &c. 1 } London Printed: And sold by B. Bragge, at 
the Raven \ in Pater-N aster-Row* against Ivy-Lane^ 1707. 

The phrase 'EARLS of * is followed by a bracket embracing the next three 
words. The names of the authors of the additional poems are in two 
columns, with a pair of brackets, reversed, between the columns. The title 
is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. 2 leaves, a, b, Bb, C-P, K 4 , aa 8 , *bb, *cc 4 , Aa-Kk 8 , LI 4 , i p. blank; 
frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; life of Rochester, 32 pp.; text, pp. 
1-134; index, 2 pp.; text, pp. [i]~32, i, ii, 1-161 ; index, and book-list of 
B. Bragg, 5 pp. 

Leaf Gg 6 is a cancel. *Bb 4 and LI 2 are unsigned. The following pages 
are misnumbered : ^i (61), I i26 (125), I i2j (126), ^13 (23), ^124 (224), 2 i26 
(108) : pp. 2 88 and 2 8g are numbered in the wrong corner. 
Library of lolo A. Williams, Esq., London. 

THE ] WORKS | OF THE | Right Honourable | The EARLS of I 242 (c) 
ROCHESTER, \ AND [ ROSCOMMON. [ WITH SOME | Me- 1709 
moirs of the Earl of Rochester's j Life, by Monsieur St. EVRE- 
MONT: In a | Letter to the Dutchess of MAZARINE. I I THE 
THIRD EDITION. \-\To which is added, \ A CoUection of Mis- 
cellany POEMS. | By the most Eminent Hands. [ | LONDON: \ 
Printed for E. CURLL, at the Peacock \ without Temple-Bar, 1709. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. 2 leaves, a-c, A-L, A-K 8 , L 7 , M 8 , L 8, N 2 . Title, verso blank; preface 
to the third edition, 2 pp. ; life of Rochester (advertisement, foot of last 
page), 32 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-i5 ; i p. blank; text, pp. [13-173 ; table of con- 
tents, 3 pp.; text, pp. [r 3-190 ; table of contents, 4 pp.; book-list of E. 
Curll, 2 pp. 

Pp. 1 n6 and 2 i32 are misnumbered 161 and 232. 
B.M., Harv. 

THE | POETICAL WORKS | Of the Honourable I Sir Charles 243 
Sedley Baronet, | AND HIS | SPEECHES in PARLIAMENT, | 1707 



WITH | Large Additions never before made Publick. \ Published 
from the Original MS. by Capt. AYLOFFE, \ a near Relation of 
the Authors. | With a New MISCELANY of Poems by several | of 
the most Eminent Hands. \ And a Compleat Collection of all the 
Remarkable Speeches | in both Houses of Parliament: Discovering 
the Principles | of all Parties and Factions; the Conduct of our 
Chief Mi~\nisters, the Management of Publick Affairs, and the | 
Maxims of the Government, from the year 1641, to the | Happy 
Union of Great Britain: By several Lords and | Commoners. | VIZ. 
The Duke of Albemarle, \ Earl of Clarendon, \ Earl of Bristol, 
Lord Wkarton, Earl of Pembrook, \ Lord Hollis, \ Lord Brook, 
Earl of Essex, \ Earl of Argile, \ Lord Melvil, \ Lord Haversham, ( 
Lord Belhaven, c. j Algernon Sidney Esq; | Mr. Waller, \ Sir 
Francis Seymor, \ Mr. Pym, \ Richard Cromwell, \ Mr. Strode, \ Sir 
William Parkins, \ Sir William Scroggs, \ Sir / - P - , | And 
several other Lords and | Commoners. | | London, Printed for 
SAM. BRISCOE, and Sold by B. Bragg, \ at the Raven in 
Pater-noster-Row } 1707. 

The list of names preceding the imprint is arranged in two columns divided 
by a single line of rule. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
8. A-P 8 , Aa 4 , Bb~Ll 8 , Mm 4 . Title, verso blank ; preface, signed W. Ayloffe, 
6 pp. ; table of contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. 1-224, [i]-i75 ; book-list of Sam. 
Briscoe and B. Bragg, i p. 

Bb 2 is misprinted R 2 : M 3 is sometimes unsigned, sometimes misprinted 
3 and sometimes correctly signed. Pp. X i47, I i63, 2 i28 and 2 i29 are mis- 
numbered 417, 463, 228 and 229: in some copies p. ^5 is unnumbered and 
p. 1 i68 is misnumbered 68. 
BJVL, Yale. 



243 (b) THE | Poetical WORKS | Of the Honourable | Sir 

1710 \tl Bar. | AND HIS [ SPEECHES in PARLIAMENT, \ WITH | 
Large Additions never before made Publick. | . . . AYLOFFE. \ To 
which is Perfixed, | The Earl of Rochester's Mountebank Speech, on 
Tower-Hill. \ With a New Miscelany of Poems by several of the | 
most Eminent Hands, \ As also a Compleat Collection of all the 
Remarkable | Speeches in both Houses of Parliament: From the 
Year [ 1641, to the Happy Union of Great Britain. By several 



Lords and | Commoners, | VIZ. | ... | ... Argyle, 

p 3 1 _ I <fcty fetfCOftlJ (EDftion, I To which is Added, 



Sir/- 
The State 



176 



of a Secretaries Place, and the Dangers Incident j to It. Wnfen bv 
Robert Cecil Earl of Salisbury, j Never Printed before, 1 ] 
London, Printed for Sam. Briscoe, and Sold by James Woodward 
in St. | Cristophers Church-yard, near the Royal Exchange, and/o/ni- 
Morphew I near Stationers-Hall, 1710. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 

first issue, with the differences indicated. 

This is a reissue of the first edition, with a cancel title-page. The original 

leaf Mm 4 has been cancelled and a new gathering substituted : Xa 2 ; text, 

pp. 175-177; text and advertisement, p. 178. 

Harv. 

THE [ Triumph of Wit: j OR, | Ingenuity displayed in its Perfec- 244 (e) 
tion : j Being the Newest and most Useful | ACADEMY. J (In 1707 
THREE PARTS. | | PART I. | Containing variety of excellent 
Poems, Pastorals, Satyrs, | Dialogues, Epigrams, Anagrams, 
Acrosticks, choice | Letters with their Answers, Epitaphs, Poesies, 
Titles | of Honour and Directions, Complemental Expressions j 
and Addresses: Also Directions relating to Love and j Business, 
and the newest, best, and exactest CoUe-|ction of Choice Songs, j 
... | Illustrated with Poems, Songs, and various Intrigues in | the 
Canting Language, with the Explanation, &c. \ To which is added, j 
Instructions for Dancing, with Musical Notes. | | The Fifth 
Edition, with New and Large Additions in | every Part, j | 
London: Printed for N. Boddyngton at the Golden Ball\ in Duck-lane. 
1707. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A-I 12 , Title, verso blank; preface, signed John Shirley, 2 pp. ; com- 
mendatory verse, 4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-208. 

Double frontispiece, on the inner forme of a two-leaf gathering, preceding 
the title. 

A 6, B 6 and D 6 are signed. 
B.M. 

THE | Triumph of Wit: | OR, | INGENUITY Display'd in its 244 (i) 
Perfection ; J Being the Newest and most Useful \ ACADEMY. I 1735 
| In THREE PARTS. | | PART I. | Containing Variety of 
Excellent Poems, Pastorals, j Satyrs, Dialogues, Epigrams, Ana- 
grams. A ro-\stick$ 3 Choice Letters, with their Answers, Epi-\taphs, 

177 A a 



Posies, Titles of Honour, and Directions, \ Complemented Expres- 
sions and Addresses] Also Di-redions relating to Love and Busi- 
ness, and the | Newest, Best, and Exactest Collection of Choice | 
SONGS, j PART IL ] . . . | PART III. | Centaining the Mystery 
and Art of Canting, with the | Original and Present Management 
thereof, and the | Ends to which it serves, and is employed. \ Illus- 
trated with Poems, Songs, and various Intrigues \ in the Canting 
Language, with the Explanation, &c. | j The Ninth EDITION. | 
| LONDON: Printed by A. W. for J CLARKE, | at the Golden- 
Ball, in Duck-Lane, 1735. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A-G 12 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; preface, signed John Shirley, pp. 

[3, 4]; commendatory verse, pp. [5-8]; text, pp. [9]~i68. 

A 4, C 4, D 3, F 3, F 4, G 3 and G 4 are unsigned: B 3, B 4, 5, D 4 and E 4 

are misprinted B 2, B 3, C 3, D 3 and C 5. 

Yale. 

245 EPICEDIUM CANTABRIGIENSE | In Serenissimum Danitz 
1708 Principem \ GEORGIUM, | Augustissimse Reginse | ANN^ 

CONJUGEM, | Per Universam Regni Britannici | DITIONEM 
REI NAVALIS ac MARITIME I PR^EFECTUM, | &c. | 
CANTABRIGIM, \ TYPIS ACADEMICIS. | MDCCVIIL 

Folio, i leaf, A-Kk 2 . Title, verso blank; addresses to the Queen and the 

Duke of Marlborough, signed Joannes Covel, vice-chancellor, 4 pp. ; text, 

127 pp.; text and errata, i p. 

The second leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin and Greek. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale (lacks gathering P), Harv. 

246 EXEQUL3E | Celsissimo Principi, | GEORGIO | PRINCIPI 
1708 DANIM, I AB I Oxoniensi Academia | SOLUTES. | [vignette] | 

OXONII, | E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, An. Dom. MDCCVIII. 

Folio. A-Hh 2 , 2 leaves. Title, verso blank; address to the Queen (Anne), 
signed GuiL Lancaster, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 123 pp. ; i p. blank. 
Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
A 2 is signed A. The second leaf is signed in every gathering except G and 
Hh. In some copies a cancel-slip is pasted over the last author's signature 
on leaf L 2. 

178 



The book contains verse In Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Coptic, 'Bri- 
tannic', * Arrnoric', Old English and English, 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

The Flanders New Garland: | Composed of THREE | Excellent 247 

New Songs of [ War & Victory, j [3 titles] | [ornament] j Printed PiyoS 

for 5, Deacon, and /. Foster. 

8 in fours. 4 leaves. Title, p. [i] ; text, pp. 2-7 ; text, and license, p. 8. 

The book is dated 1708 because the three songs which It contains celebrate 

the battle of Oudenarde. 

Yale. 

OXFORD j AND | CAMBRIDGE | MISCELLANY | POEMS. | 248 

I [i line of verse, from Virgil] j | LONDON: \ Printed for 1708 
BERNARD LINTOTT, at the Cross-Keys, \ between the Two 
Temple-Gates, in Fleet-street. 

8. A-Cc 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Earl of Dorset and 
Middlesex, signed E[lijah] Fenton, 5 pp.; table of contents, 6 pp.; errata, 
i p. ; text, 2 pp., 1-400. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
A 4 is unsigned. Pp. 39, 48 and 336 are misnumbered 36, 84 and 363. 
M 6 and M 7 are signed MN and MN 2 : S 8 is signed S || || : Y 5 and Y 6 are 
signed. All these leaves, and perhaps Y 4 as well, are cancels, but there is 
nothing to show the reasons for their cancellation, and the contents of the 
cancelled leaves agree with the table of contents. In some copies L 6 is a 
cancel and is signed L***: the original leaf has an epitaph on William 
Prynne, by Killigrew, at the foot of the verso ; the cancel, which agrees with 
the table of contents, has Prior's 'Whilst I am scorch'd with hot desire'. 
The book was published on Jan. 7 or 8, 1707-8: see advertisements in the 
Daily Courant for Jan. 6 and 8. It is usually dated 1709, on the authority 
of Nichols's Literary Anecdotes. 
B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

The Satyrical j WORKS! OF | Titus Petronius Arbiter, \ In PROSE 249 
and VERSE, | | 3l tt 3S&WZ parts?. | | Together with Ms | Life 1708 
and Character, | Written by Mons. S*. Evremont; j AND | A KEY 
to the Satyr, by a Person of Quality. | | Made English by j Mr. 
WILSON, I Mr. BURNABY, | Mr. BLOUNT, | Mr. THO. BROWN, 
Capt. AYLOFF, and | several others. | And adorn' d with Cuts. 

j To which is added, | The Charms of Liberty ; a Poem, by the 
late | Duke of D | | LONDON, j Printed for SAM. 

179 



BRISCOE, and are to be Sold j by B. at the Raven in 

Pair-KO$ier-rcxi\ 1 708 , 

The names of the contributors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 
reversed, between the columns, 

The title Is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

ft'\ A*, i leaf, a-\ b 7 , B-T*. Title, verso blank; preface, 16 pp.; life of 

Petrordus, pp. i-xvi ; key, 6 pp. ; table of contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. 1-288, 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. 24, 30, 131, 172, 181, 188, 

2iS, 222 and Z2g, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

b 4, H3 and 1*4 are unsigned. P. 116 Is misnumbered 114. P. xvi is 

numbered in the wrong corner. Some of the plates bear Incorrect directions 

for their insertion and are consequently misplaced in some copies. 

The single leaf following A 8 was almost certainly printed as a part of 

gathering Ix It has a direction for its insertion printed along the right-hand 

margin of the recto. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. (lacks plate at p. 229), 

249 fb) THE j WORKS j OF | C arbiter, j In PROSE and 

1710 VERSE; | | 3n | 1 WITH J A Critical PRE- 

FACE In Defence of the | AUTHOR, and his Life and Character, 
written by | Mons. St. Ewemont; and a KEY to the SATYRES | 
by a Person of Quality, | | C|e *5>et0Btl (Edition, aUotn*U toitp 
Cttt&J ! made English by | Mr. WILSON, | Mr. BURNABY, " 
Mr. BLOUNT, | Mr. THO. BROWN, | Capt. AYLOFF, and 
several others. | | To which is prefix'd, ] The CHARMS of 
LIBERTY, a POEM, | by the late DUKE of Devonshire. \ \ 
LONDON, Printed for S. BRISCOE, and Sold by j James Wood- 
ward, in St. Christopher's Church-yard, near the Royal Ex-j change; 
and J. Morphew near Stationers-hall. 1710. 

The names of the contributors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 
reversed, between the columns. 

This is another issue of the edition just described, with a new title-page. 
Bodl.f (lacks plate at p. 181). 

249 (d) THE | WORKS j OF [ PETRONIUS ARBITER, \ Translated by 
1713 several Hands, j With a KEY by a Person of Honour, | AND ALSO ' 
His LIFE and CHARACTER, | By Monsieur St. EVREMONT. 
1 de JFOUttfi (tuition. [ | To which is added, | Some other 
of the ROMAN POETS, viz. Ca-\tuttus, Tibullus and Propertius. 
And Translations | from the GREEK of Pindar, Anacreon and 

180 



j With a on I By the of 

; | And an ESSAY on by : 

of BUCKINGHAM. ) The whole with CUTS. 1 

LONDON, Printed for SAM. BRISCOE* and Sold by j /. Morpkm 
near Stationers-Hall, andja. Woodward in Scaldiug-\AJky, against 
Stocks-Market. 1713. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

So, A, a, B-S, T 4 , Aa\ Bb-Dd^ ? Ee 4 , Ff*, Gg 4 . Title, verso blank; preface, 
14 pp. ; life of Petronius, pp. i-x;key, 6 pp.; text, pp. i-m, 3 pp., 111-140, 
145-360; table of contents, 8 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. 24, 43, 131, 172, 181, iSS, 
218, 222, 229, 281 and 341, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
Aa 2 is unsigned. 
B.M. (lacks plate at p. 341), BodL, Harv. 

THE | WORKS | OF [ PETRONIUS ARBITER, j . . . | Ry the 249 (e) 
Duke of DEVONSHIRE; | ... f ... Sold by j *W. Taylor In 1714 
Pater-noster-Rate> W* Brand and /. Kent, Temple-\Gate ; J. Graves 
in St. James' s-Street. 1714. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 

edition just described, with the differences indicated. 

This is another issue of the edition just described, differing only in the 

title-page. 

B.M.f (lacks plate at p. 341), The Newberry Library, Chicago, 

THE | CHARMS | OF | LIBERTY: j A | POEM, \-\By the late 250 



Duke of D- 
and SATYRS. 



To which Is added, | EPIGRAMS. | POEMS 1709 
Written by several Hands. \ \ LONDON: \ 



Printed in the YEAR, MDCCIX, 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
So. A 8 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [>]; text, pp. 3-16. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

THE I CHARMS | OF | LIBERTY: | A | POEM | EPI- 250 (b) 

GRAMS, | ... 

The title follows that of the issue first described, with the differences indi- 
cated. 

This issue is like that first described in all other respects. 
B.M., BodL 

181 



251 A i j 1 ITALY, J To the Honourable 

1709 CHARLES, Lord \ j By Mr. Joseph Addison. 1701. 

| Together with the ! Mourning MUSE of Alexis. \ A PAS- 
TORAL, | Lamenting the Death of our Late Gracious | QUEEN 
MARY. I | By Mr. Congreve. 1695. | j To which is added the | 
Despairing LOVER, j 1 London: Printed and Sold by H. Hills, 
in \ near the Water-side, 1709. 

8. A 8 , Title, p. [i ]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-16. 
A 3 is unsigned. 
Yale, Harv. 

251 (b) A | i FROM | ITALY, | . . . | London: . . 

1709 The title follows that of the edition first described with the difference 
indicated. 

The collation, including the unsigned leaf, is the same as that of the edition 
first described. 

The differences between the editions are very slight: there is nothing to 
determine the priority of either. In the edition first described there is a 
slight curve in the top of the A In * ITALY ' in the title : on p. 4, in line 6, 
occurs the word 'it's 9 : in line 8, on the same page, occurs the word 
* Heavenly \ In the other edition the top of the A is straight, and the 
readings on p. 4 are * its ' and ' Heav'niy '. There axe other minor differences. 
Bod!., Yale, Harv. 

252 OVID's | ART of LOVE. | IN THREE BOOKS. | Together with 

1709 his j !?MW'oFlOF. | Translated into English Verse | BY | 
Several Eminent Hands, j [To which are added, [ The COURT of 
LOVE, 1 A Tale from CHAUCER, | AND THE \' HISTORY of 
LOVE. | J ADORN'D with CUTS. | | London: Printed for 
Jacob Tonson at Grays~Inn-Gate, next | Grays-Inn-La.ne. 1709. 

8. A 3 , R-P 8 , Q 7 , R~Hh 8 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, in verse, to the 
Earl of Burlington, 4 pp.; text, 2 pp., 1-174, * 79-235, 238-482. 
Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 105, 179, 268, 351 and 
369, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

Aa 3 is misprinted Aa 4. 
B.M., Harv. 

252 (b) GVID's I ART of LOVE. \ IN THREE BOOKS. \ Translated by | 

1712 Mr. Dryden, Mr. Congreve, &c. \ Together with the j REMEDY of 

LOVE. | [ To which are added, | The COURT of LOVE. | A Tale 

182 



from CHAUCER, \ AND THE j of LOVE. ' 

ADORN 'D with CUTS, j | j Printed for/. Twsw, 

and Sold by W. Taylor at the j SA/ in Pater-r.*$ter-rou\ 1712, ' 

j Lately Printed the English Edition of Ovid's Epistles, with a 
new Translation of three Epistles, and several Cuts. 
This is a reissue of the edition of 1709 with a new title-page, 
B.M. 

OVID's | ART o/LOVE, | IN BOOKS. I Together with 252 (c) 

his | AMOURS, 1 AND j REMEDY of LOVE. I Translated into 1710 
English VERSE by | SEVERAL EMINENT HANDS. I j To 
which are added, j Tlie COURT of LOVE, I A TALE from CH'A U- 
CER. | AND THE j HISTORY of LOVE, j I ADORX'D with 
CUTTS. 1 | LONDON: Printed for /. Tonson ; and Sold by I W. 
Taylor at the Ship in Pater-noster-Row. j M DCC XIX. 

12. 3 leaves, B~S 12 , T 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, in verse, to the 
Earl of Burlington, 3 pp. ; i p. blank; text pp. [i]-4ig; book-list of J. 
Tonson, 5 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. 185 and 237, not counted in 
signatures or pagination. Plates, counted in signatures and pagination, at 
pp. 4, 74, 124, 248 and 312. 

F 6, G 6, H 6, K 6, M 6, N 6, O 6, P 6, Q 6, R 6 and S 6 are signed. Pp. 130, 

159, 178 and 193 are misnumbered 30, 915, 168 and 19. 
B.M. 



OVID's | ART o/LOVE, I ... I Together with His 1 REMEDY . . . 
...\The COURT of LOVE. | . . . CHAUCER: i ... I ... CUTS. 
1 LONDON: | Printed for J. TONSON at ShakespeaSs I Head 
in the Strand. | | M DCC XXXV. 

12. A-N 12 , O 6 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2] ; dedication, in verse, to the Earl 
of Burlington, pp. [3-5]; blank, p. [6]; text, pp. [7^323; i p. blank. 
Frontispiece^ facing title, and plates, facing pp. 7, 75, 125, 185, 241 and 253, 
not counted in signatures or pagination. 
B.M. 



252 (d) 
1735 



252 to ARS AMAXDI: \ OR, 1 OVID'* ART of LOVE, ! IX 

1 730 I Together with his j REMEDY of LOVE, j Translated 

' into Verse, J BY j Several Eminent Hand?, | j To winch 

is added, The i COURT of LOVE, j A Tale from CHAUCER } AND 
THE HISTORY of LOVE. J = j 'DUBLIX: \ Printed for JAMES 

DALTOX, Bookseller, at Sir \ Xewtons Head on Temple- 

Bar 1750, 

J2'\ A-E 12 , F 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; dedication, in verse, to the Earl 
of Burlington, pp. [3, 4! ; text, pp. 5-128. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
A 4 and C z are unsigned. 
Yale, 
^*^ Another edition was published in 1793- 

253 CALLIP&DIA: \ OR, THE [ ART of GETTING | Pretty Chil- 

1710 dren. i | In FOUR BOOKS, j | Translated from the Original 
Latin of I Claudius QuiUetus. \ \ By several Hands. | | [i line 
of verse, from Ovid] | | LONDON: \ Printed for BERNARD 
LINTOTT at the | Cross Keys between the Two Temple-\Gates 
IE Fleetstreef. 1710. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rale, 

8 in fours. A-M 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Lady M.S., 6 pp.; 
preface, 8 pp. ; text, pp. 1-72 ; table of contents, 5 pp. ; book-list of Bernard 
Lintott, 3 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 16, 31 and 47, not counted 
in signatures or pagination. 
B.M. (lacks plates), Bodl. 

253 (b) CALLIPMDIA. | A | POEM. | IN | FOUR BOOKS. ] WITH 
* M "^ M _.... A-- > '- - ~ 



1712 Some Other PIECES. | 
QUILLET, | Made English 



Written in Latin | By CLAUDIUS 
By N. ROWS, Esq; | | To which is 



Prefixed, I Mr. BAYLE'S Account of His LIFE. | | [i line of 
Latin verse] | I LONDON, \ Printed for E. SANGER at the 
Posthouse, and E. CURLL | at the Dial and Bible against St. 
Dunstan's Church in | Fketstreet. M. DCC. XII. Price 4 s. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, a, B, a 4 , 4 leaves, B 8 , OF 4 , G 2 , A-F, A-F, A-M, A-D+. 
i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; preface, 4 pp.; table of 
contents, 4 pp, ; life of Quillet, pp. [i]-7 ; i p. blank; dedication, to Cardinal 
Mazarin, signed CL Quillet, 7 pp. ; i p. blank ; text, 8 pp., M-5 1 J * P- blank ; 

184 



text pp. [i]-48, [i]-4 8 Kh95; i P- blank; text, pp. [13-29, i p.; book-list 
of E. Curll, 2 pp. 

Yale, Harv. (lacks title-page, 2 of 4 leaves following 2 a 4, and last twelve 
gatherings) . 

,% This translation was subsequently reprinted in various editions of the 
works of Nicholas Rowe. 

A 1 COLLECTION | OF | POEMS, | FOR and AGAINST | Dr. 254 
Sacheverell. I I [ornament] I I LONDON, I Printed in the Year (i) (a) 
M DCC X. ^10 

8 in fours. A-E 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [a] ; text, pp. 3-39 ; i p. blank. 
E 2 is unsigned. 
B.M., Yale. 

A | COLLECTION | OF j POEMS, | . . . 254 

The title follows that of the first edition. (i) (b) 

This is a reissue of the book just described, with a new gathering E. E2is 1710 
signed: the text differs, beginning with the middle of E 2 V (p. 36), and con- 
tinues through p. 40. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

A j COLLECTION ] OF | POEMS, &c. \ FOR and AGAINST | Dr. 254 (2) 
Sacheverell. | | The Second PART. [ I [ornament] I I 1710 
LONDON, | Printed in the Year M DCC X. 

8 in fours, A-E 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-40. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS, &c. \ FOR and AGAINST 
Dr. Sacheverell. | | The Third PART. I I [ornament] I 
LONDON, | Printed in the Year M DCC X. 

8 in fours. A-E 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-40. 
B.M., Yale. 

A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS, <S>c. \ FOR and AGAINST 
Dr. SachevereU. j | The Fourth PART. I I [ornament] I 
LONDON, | Printed in the Year M DCC XL 

8 in fours. A-E 4 , Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-40. 
B.M., Yale. 

185 Bb 



254 (3) 
1710 



254(4) 
1711 



254 (c) WHIG and TORY: I OR, | Wit on both Sides. \ \ BEING A | 

1712 COLLECTION | OF | POEMS, | BY THE ( Ablest Pens of the 

HIGH and | LOW Parties, | UPON THE | Most Remarkable 

OCCASIONS, from | the Change of the MINISTRY, to this | 

Time. ] j LONDON \ Printed, and Sold by the Booksellers, 1712. 

This is an issue of the four parts of A Collection of Poems, for and against 
Dr. SacheverelL The title-pages have been removed, and two leaves have 
been prefixed, the first being the title-page, of which the verso is blank, and 
the second carrying a two-page preface. The first part of the collection is 
a new edition, lacking the title-page, and following in make-up the first 
issue of the first edition: p. 17 is numbered 71. The other parts are of the 
regular editions, but an additional gathering, F 4 : text, pp. 41-44, appears 
at the end of the fourth part. 
B.M., Yale (lacks gatherings A~E of the fourth part), 



254 (d) WHIG and TORY: \ OR, | Wit on both Sides. 



1713 COLLECTION | OF 
Occurrences, from the 



State Poems, | UPON 



| BEING A | 
All Remarkable 



Change of the MINISTRY, to this Time: 



BY THE | Most Eminent Hands of both PARTIES. | | The 
SECOND EDITION. | | LONDON, \ Printed for E. Curll, at the 
Dial and Bible against | St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street, 1713. | 
Price 2 s. 6 d. in Calf, 2 s. in Sheep Leather. 

This is an issue of the four parts of A Collection of Poems, for and against Dr. 
SacheverelL The title-pages have been removed, and three leaves have been 
prefixed: i p. blank, book-list of E. Curll, i p. ; title, verso blank; preface, 
2 pp. {recto signed A 2) . The first part is the second issue of the first edition, 
with an additional gathering F: text, pp. 41-44 ; the other parts are of the 
regular editions, with the additional gathering F at the end of the fourth 
part, as in the first edition of Whig and Tory. 
Library of Professor D. Nichol Smith, Oxford. 

254 (e) A TORY Pill, to purge WHIG | Melancholy: \ OR, A | COLLEC- 
TS TION | Of above One Hundred New | Loyal BALLADS, | POEMS, 
Written | In Defence of CHURCH and | STATE. I I 
" " " - I LONDON: I Printed in 



2 s. 6 d. bound. 



[4 lines of verse, from Butler] 
the Year 1715. Price 2 s. stitcht, 

This is an issue of the four parts of A Collection of Poems, for and against 
Dr. SacheverelL The title-pages have been removed (the first part lacks all 
of gathering A), and 3 leaves have been prefixed: title, verso blank; table of 
contents, 2 pp.; preface (as in Whig and Tory), 2 pp. (recto signed A 2). 

186 



The first part is the second issue of the first edition, with an additional 

gathering F: text, pp. 41-44. The other three parts are of the regular 

editions. 

Library of Professor D. Nichol Smith, Oxford. 

Tory Pills to purge Whig Melancholy. J | BEING A | COLLEC- 254 (f) 
TION | Of the Best j POEMS, SONGS, &c. \ Written In Defence 1715 
of j CHURCH and STATE. | ( [4 lines of verse, from Butler] [ 

I C6e fettOtttl (EllitiOlU | j To which is added, | A Short 
ACCOUNT of the State of Eng-\land t when King JAMES designed 
to call his Second | Parliament. | j LONDON: \ Printed for 
A. Moore, near Fleet-street, 1715. | (Price is. 6d.) 

12 in sixes. A 4 , B-K 6 , IA Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp. ; table of con- 
tents, 4 pp.; text, pp. i-ui; i p. blank. 
P, 54 is mismimbered 64 : in some copies E 3 is unsigned. 
This is an edition of the four parts of Poems fay and against Dr. Sacheverell: 
the contents have been rearranged, and much of the Whig material has 
been removed. 
B.M., BodL 

A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS, &c. \ FOR and AGAINST | Dr. 255 
Sacheverell, | AND | On other Affairs of State ; most of them 1710 
never before Printed. | | The Fourth PART, j | [ornament] 

| LONDON, | Printed in the Year M DCC X. 

8 in fours. A-E 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-40. 
This is a spurious continuation of the original series. The format and type 
of the first three numbers have been carefully imitated, but the ornaments 
on the title-page are different. The presence in the spurious volume of two 
poems which were also contained in the genuine third part would seem to 
indicate that the interloper printed his volume before the appearance of the 
third part and then withheld publication until the appearance of the latter. 
E 2 is misprinted F 2 : C 3 is signed, but it does not appear to be a cancel. 
Yale. 



AND 1 POEMS, | For the Use 256 
y,Dr.Sr- e, | 1711 



A | COLLECTION | OF | HYMNS 

of | The October Club. \-\ByDr. 

ss, and little T p of Oxford, | Ch n$ to the said 

LONDON: \ Printed in the Year 1711. | Price 6 d. 

Half-title: | A | COLLECTION | OF | HYMNS | AND | POEMS, &c. | 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B-F 4 . Half-title, verso blank, title, verso blank; 

187 



satirical dedication to the October Club, 3 pp. ; i p. blank ; text, pp. [i]-38 ; 

2 pp. blank. 

There is a false catchword, *SE-', at the bottom of p. 32. 

B.M. (lacks half-title and gathering F), Bodl. (lacks half-title), Yale, Harv. 

257 MUSM I BRITANNICM, \ Poematis varii Argument!, | VEL 
1711 Hactenus Ineditis, vel Sparsim Editis & | Rarissimis, constantes. 
[ornament] | = j LONDINI: \ Impensis E. Curll, ad Insigne Horo- 
logii & Biblio-\rum, & E. S anger, ad Portam Medii Templi, [ in 
Vico vulgo vocato Fleet-street. M DCC XI. 

8 in fours. A 2 , B, C 4 , D 2 , D~N 4 , O 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 
and advertisement, 2 pp. ; text, 2 pp., [i]-i8, [iyJ-99 ; i p. blank. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 
Bodl., Yale, Harv. 



258 States amtt0metlt0-> j Serious and Hypocritical, | Fully Exempli- 

1711 fiedin the | Abdication of King] AMES the Second. \ CONTAINING | 

An Account of the most remarkable Amuse-\ments that happened in 

the j (Bobernmentof tfiat prince: j WITH 1 The NAMES of the 

several Princes of Europe \ that Congratulated him on the | Birth 
of the Pretended Prince of Wales. | ALSO | An Authentick CATA- 
LOGUE of the Lords of the | Council, and Others, that were 



present at the taking | the DEPOSITIONS, &c. 
added, | A True LIST of the Members of Both Uni- 



To which is 
versities that 



Amused HIS MAJESTY upon | that Occasion: With some Select 
Copies of A-j musing Verses, taken out of those two Famous | 
Volumes, intituFd, | Strence Natalities Academics Oxoniensis in 
Celsissi-\mum Principem, &c. | Illustrissimi Principis Ducis Cor- 
nubice &> Comitis \ Palatini, &c. Genethliacon. | And for a Conclu- 
sion there is annex'd, | That most Amusing Declaration of the 
Lords and Com-|mons Assembled at Westminster, Presented to 
Their Highnesses | the Prince and Princess of Orange, at White- 
hall, Feb. 13. 1688-9. | | London Printed, and are to be Sold by 
the Booksellers I of London and Westminster. MDCCXI. 

8 in fours. A-K 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p, [2]; text, pp. 3-79; text, and 
book-list of John Baker, p. 80. 
B.M., Yale. 

188 



A i COLLECTION 1 OF j POEMS | ON | fetate* affair*, J Several 259 
never before Printed, | | PART I. J | To be Continu'd. I I 1712 
LONDON | Printed: And Sold by the Booksellers, 1712. ) [Price 



260 

(i) (a) 



8 in fours. A-O. Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-24. 
A 3 is signed. 

B.M., Bodl. 

MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS | AND ] TRANSLATIONS. I 

BY | SEVERAL HANDS. | | [2 lines of verse, from Horace] 

= I LONDON: \ Printed for Bernard Lintott at the Cross-Keys 1712 

be-|tween the Two Temple Gates in Fleetstreet. 1712. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: | MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS | AND | TRANSLATIONS. \ 

8. 4 leaves, B-X, Aa, Bb 8 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; 
table of contents, 4 pp. ; text, pp. [i]~32o, [353J-376; book-list of Bernard 
Lintott, 8 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

H 3, I 3 and U 4 are unsigned. P. 194 is misnumbered 491 : in some copies 
p. no is misnumbered 101. 

The gap in signatures and pagination is probably due to impatience on the 
part of Lintot or of Pope. It seems to have been intended to publish a mis- 
cellany of 376 pages, in which poems by Pope were to have the places of 
honour at the beginning and the end. The first edition of The Rape of the 
Lock, which occupies pp. 353-376, was probably printed before it became 
evident that there would not be enough verse immediately available to 
supply the full number of pages, whereupon it was decided to issue the book 
without delaying further. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS | AND I TRANSLATIONS. I By 260 

SEVERAL HANDS. \ PARTICULARLY | [9 titles in 2 columns (i) (b) 

divided by 2 lines of rule] | | By Mr. POPE. \ | The SECOND 1714 

EDITION. | | LONDON; \ Printed f or Bernard Lintott between 

the two | Temple Gates in Fleet-street, and William Lewis \ in 

Russel-street C event-Garden. 1714. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: | MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS | AND ] TRANSLATIONS. \ 



189 



4 leaves, B~X*, Y*, Y 8 , Z 4 , i leaf, Z 5-Z 8, Aa, Bb 8 , i leaf, Cc-Ee 8 . Half- 

title, i p.; book-list of Bernard Lintott, i p.; title, verso blank; table of 

contents, 4 pp.; text, pp. [i]-322, 2 pp., 321-344, 2 pp., 345-376; book-list 

of Bernard Lintott, 8 pp. ; text, 2 pp., 377-424. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

This is a reissue of the first edition, with two new leaves substituted for the 

first two leaves, and with additional material as indicated by the collation. 

There are no irregularities in the additional gatherings. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale (lacks leaf *Y i), Harv. 

260 POEMS | ON | Several Occasions: J BY | His Grace the Duke \ of 

(2) (a) Buckingham, | Mr. Wycherly, | Lady Winchilsea, | Sir Samuel 

1717 Garth, | N. Rowe, Esq; \ Mrs. Singer, | Bevil Higgons, Esq ; \ And 

other eminent Hands. | [ornament] | LONDON: \ Printed for 

BERNARD LINTOT between | the Temple-Gates, 1717. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns, with a pair of 
brackets, reversed, between the columns. The title is enclosed in a border 
of two lines of rule. 

8. A 4 , B-N, *N, O, P 8 , Q 3 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 5 pp.; 
erratum, i p. ; text, pp. [i]-i92, 177-228 ; book-list of Bernard Lintot, 2 pp. 
Q 2 is unsigned. Leaf O 6 is a cancel, which was printed as the second leaf 
of gathering Q. The binder of the copy now at Yale failed to note the fact 
that the original leaf O 6 was marked for cancellation by a slash of the 
shears and that gathering Q required to be cut apart before binding. This 
copy, therefore, retains its original leaf O 6, and gathering Q consists of 
leaf Q, leaf Q 3 (the book-list), cancel for leaf O 6, leaf Q 2. The cancellation 
was made in order to alter the phrase ' cautious votes', in the second line of 
the fourth stanza of the poem there printed (Chorus of Soldiers after the 
Fourth A ct of The Death of Marcus Brutus, by Sheffield, Duke of Bucking- 
hamshire) to 'angry piques'. In Sheffield's Works, published by Pope in 
1723, the phrase appears as 'private piques'. 

This collection, minus some of its contents, was combined with Miscel- 
laneous Poems and Translations, 1712, to form the third and subsequent 
editions of that miscellany. 

For further discussion of this volume, see Some New Poems by Pope, by the 
editor of this bibliography, London Mercury, x. 614 and xi. 411; and 
R. H. Griffith, Alexander Pope: A Bibliography, i. 554. A reprint of this 
miscellany, edited by Norman Ault, is now in the press. 
Dyce Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum ; Yale, Harv. 

260 MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS | AND | TRANSLATIONS, | By 

(i) (c) several Hands. | PARTICULARLY, | [8 titles in two columns 
1720 divided by a single line of rule] j | By Mr. POPE. \ j The 

190 



THIRD EDITION. | | LONDON: \ Printed for BERNARD 
LINTOT between the Temple-\Ga.tes in Fleet-street, 1720. 

12. A-L 12 , M 11 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; blank, p. [4] ; 
text, pp. [51-286. 

The sixth leaf of each gathering is signed. Leaves K 5 and K 6 are cancels, 
and the poem beginning on K 5 (Sweet William's Farewell, by Gay) is not 
listed in the table of contents published at the end of the second volume. 
Some copies contain a blank leaf at the end which is probably M 12. 
B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

MISCELLANEOUS ] POEMS, | TRANSLATIONS | AND | IMI- 260 

TATIONS, [ By several Hands: | PARTICULARLY, | Dr. King (2) (b) 

late of the ComAmons. \ Mr. SMITH, late of Christ \ Church. \ Rev d 1720 

Mr. DIBBEN. | Mr. ELISHA FENTON. | Rev d Dr. YALDEN. j 

Mr. ROWE, | Mr. SOUTHCOT. | Rev d Mr. BROOME. | Rev d Mr. 

JAMES WARD. I AND THE | Rev d Mr. Archdeacon DA-jNIEL, 

| VOL. II. | | The THIRD EDITION. | | LONDON: 

Printed for BERNARD LINTOT between the Temple-\ Gates in 

Fleet-street, 1720. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns divided by a 

single line of rale. 

12. i leaf, A-N 12 , O 8 . i p. blank; book-list of Bernard Lintot, i p. ; title, 

verso blank; text, pp. [i]-3i8 ; table of contents of both volumes, 8 pp. 

The sixth leaf of each gathering is signed. H 3 and L 4 are misprinted H 5 

and K 4. 

Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS | AND | TRANSLATIONS, | . . . [ 260 
By Mr. POPE. \ \ The FOURTH EDITION. | j LONDON: j (*) (d) 
7:':'\"":':'Fleet$treet f 1722. """ * 722 

The title follows that of the first volume of the 1720 edition, with the differ- 
ences indicated. 

12. A-M 12 . Blank, p. [i]; frontispiece, p. [2]; title, p. [3]; blank, p. [4]; 
text, pp. [51-288. 

The sixth leaf of each gathering is signed: H 5 is misprinted 5 H. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS, | . . . | Dr. KING, ... | ... | Mr. 260 
ROWE. | ... | ... Archdeacon] DANIEL, j | VOL. II. | | The (2) (c) 
FOURTH EDITION. | | LONDON.' | . . . | . ^'Fleeisireet, 1722. 

191 



The title follows that of the second volume of the 1720 edition, with the 
differences indicated. 

12. A-M 12 . Blank, p. [i] ; book-list of Bernard Lintot, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; 
blank, p. [4] ; text, pp. [5]-i44 ; 143-279 ; table of contents of both volumes, 
7 Pp. 

The sixth leaf of each gathering is signed. The following pages are mis- 
numbered: 66 (50), 67 (51), 70 (54)> 7* (55), 74 (58), 75 (59), 7 (62), 79 (63). 
Yale. 



1727 



260 MISCELLANY I POEMS. | | VOL. I. | | By Mr. POPE. 
M M [4 lines of prose, from Cicero] | | The FIFTH EDITION. 

LONDON: \ Printed for BERNARD LINTOT, at the Cross- 
Keys I between the Temple-Gates in Fleet-street, 1727. 
Half-title: [row of ornaments] | Mr. POPE's \ MISCELLANY. | 
VOL. I. | [row of ornaments] 

12. 2 leaves, a 12 , b 8 , A-I 12 , K 8 , L 1 . Half-title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; title, 
p. [3] ; blank, p. [4] ; commendatory verse, pp> 1-40 ; text, pp. [5]-235 ; 
book-list of Bernard Lintot, 3 pp. 

a 5, B 4, B 5, and H 3 are unsigned: A 6, C 6, E 6, F 6, G 6, H 6, and I 6 
are* signed. Pp. 145 and 198 are misnumbered 141 and 298. In the only 
copy I have seen the pages of leaf I i are in reverse order: I Cannot tell 
whether this is an error of imposition or one due to faulty repairing. 
Library of Congress. 

260 MISCELLANY I POEMS. I | VOL. II. | | By several Hands. 
(2) (d) _ i [ornament] I | The FIFTH EDITION. | | LONDON: 
1727 Printed for BERNARD LINTOT, at the Cross-Keys, \ between 
the Temple-Gates in Fleet-street, 1727. 
Half-title, as in the first volume, except * VOL. II *. 

120. 2 leaves, A-M 12 , a 8 . Half-title, i p. ; book-list of Bernard Lintot, i p. ; 
title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [s]~287 ; indexes for both volumes, 
7 PP* i book-list of Lintot, 12 pp. 

C 4, C 6, and a 3 are misprinted C 3, A 6, and a 5 : the sixth leaf is signed 
in gatherings A-M. P. 9 is unnumbered; p. 215 is misnumbered 115. 
Library of Congress. 

260 MISCELLANY | POEMS. | | VOL. 1. 1 | By Mr. POPE. \ 
(i) (f) [4 lines of prose, from Cicero] | | The SIXTH EDITION. 
1732 = | LONDON: \ Printed for BERNARD LINTOT; and sold by 

192 



HENRY J LINTOT, at the Cross-Keys against St. Dunsfan'sA 

Church in Fleetstreet. M.DCC.XXXIL 

120. 2 leaves, a 12 , b 8 , A-I", K 6 . Half-title, p. [i]; portrait of Pope, p. [2]; 

title, p. [3]; blank, p. [4]; commendatory verse, pp. [i]~4o; text, pp. [5]- 
232. 

The sixth leaf is signed in gatherings A-L 

Half-title: [row of ornaments] | Mr. POPE's \ MISCELLANY, j VOL. L } 

[row of ornaments]. 

Yale, Harv. 



MISCELLANY 

| [ornament] 



POEMS. | | VOL. II. | | By Several Hands. 
| The SIXTH EDITION. | | LONDON: 



260 

(2) (e) 



Church, in ... 1732 

Half-title: . . . | VOL. II. | ... 

The title and half-title follow those of the first volume, with the differences 

indicated. 

12. 2 leaves, A-M 12 . Half-title, i p.; book-list of Bernard Lintot, i p.; 

title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. [3]~ 28 3; tables of contents of both 

volumes, 7 pp. 

The sixth leaf is signed in every gathering. P, 247 is misnumbered 147. 

Yale, Harv. 

The Poetical Entertainer: \ OR, | TALES, | SATYRS, | INTRI- 261 (2) 
GUES, &c. | Containing, | [5 titles] | j To be published as often 1712 
as occasion shall offer. | | Numb. II. | | LONDON \ Printed: 
And Sold by J. MORPHEW near | Stationer's Hall. M DCC XII. j 
Price 6 d. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8 in fours. A-E 4 . Title, p. [i] ; advertisement, requesting contributions, 
p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-40. 

Yale, Harv. (lacks leaves B 2, 63). 

Number i (copies of which are in the above libraries) has two poems only. 

The Poetical Entertainer: \ . . . | SATYRS, | DIALOGUES, &c. \ 261 (3) 
... | [7 titles] | ... | Numb. III. | . . . | . . . by J. WOODWARD in 1712 
Scalding-\Ally, against Stocks-Market ; and J. MORPHEW | near 
Stationer's Hall. . . . 

193 cc 



The title follows that of Number II, with the differences indicated. 

8 in fours. A-E 4 . Title, p. [i]; advertisement, requesting contributions, 

p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-40. 

Yale, Harv. (lacks leaves D 2, D 3, E 2 and E 4). 

261 (4) The Poetical Entertainer: | . . . | SATYRS, | DIALOGUES, &c. \ 
1713 . . . | [12 titles] | ... | Numb. IV. | . . . | . . . near Sta-\tioner's- 
HalL M DCC XIII. j Price 6d. 

The title follows that of Number II, with the differences indicated. 
8 in fours. A-E 4 . Title, p. [i]; advertisement, requesting contributions, 
p. [2]; text, pp. 3-40. 
Yale, Harv. (lacks leaves B 3, E 4). 

261 (5) The Poetical Entertainer: \ Consisting of | EPIGRAMS, | SATYRS, | 
1713 DIALOGUES, &c. \ VIZ. j [22 titles in two columns divided by a 
single line of rule] I I To be published as often as occasion shall 



offer. | | Numb. V. | 
J. WOODWARD in Scald- 



LONDON | Printed: And Sold by 
ing-Ally, and J. MORPHEW near 



Stationer' s-\Hall M DCC XIII. Price 6d. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

80 in fours. A-E 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-40. 

Yale. 

*** According to G. A. Aitken (in the D.N.B.) the editor of the collection 

was Edward Ward. 

262 THE | Tunbridge-MisceUany: | Consisting of | POEMS, &c. 
1712 Written at Tunbridge-Wells this Summer, j By Several Hands. | 

[2 lines of verse, from Ovid] | | [ornament] | | LONDON, 
Printed for E. CURLL at the Dial and Bible, against | Si. 
Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet. M DCC XII. 

Half-title: [ornament] | THE | Tunbridge-Miscellany, j For the Year 1712. | 

Price Six Pence. | [ornament]. 

80 in fours, i leaf, A-C 4 , D 3 , A 4 . Half-title, i p. ; book-list of E. Curll, i p. ; 

title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [33-30 ; book-list of E. Curll, pp. 1-8. 

2 A 2 is unsigned. 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks first leaf), Harv. (lacks first leaf and book-list). 

263 (i) THE | WORKS | OF | Monsieur BOILEA U. \ Made English from 
1712 the last PARIS Edition, I By SEVERAL Hands. | To which is 

prefixed | HIS LIFE, | Written to | JOSEPH ADDISON, Esq; | 

194 



By Mr. Des Maizeaux. I And some Account of this Translation [ 
By N. ROWE, Esq; j | ADORN'D with CUTS, j j VOLUME 
the FIRST, j j LONDON: \ Printed for E. SANGER at the 
Post-House, and | E. CURLL at the Dial and Bible, both In Fleet-\ 
street, M DCC XII. 

8. A 1 , a 2 , a 8 , A 2-A 4, b-1 8 , m 2 , A-K 8 , L s , M-X 8 , Y 3 . Title, verso blank; 
dedication, to Lord Halifax, signed J[ohn] Ozell, 4 pp. ; Boileau's preface, 
pp. [i]-xi ; table of contents of both volumes, 5 pp. ; life of Boileau, 2 pp., 
[i]-lxxxiv, Ixxxvii-cii, ci-clxviii; text, 16 pp., 1-154, 161-324. 
Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 18, 29, 39, 55, 73 and 84, 
not counted in signatures or pagination. 

I 3 and T 4 are misprinted H 3 and S 4: X A 2, 2 A 4, C 4, L 3, R 4, S 3, U 3 
and U 4 are unsigned : m 2 and Y 2 are signed. The following pages are 
misnumbered: 2 vi (x), 2 vii (xi), 2 x (xiv), 2 xi (xv), xii (xxii), xiv (xviii), 
xv (xix), xviii (xxii), xix (xxiii), 27 (72), 182 (128), 183 (185), 192 (112), 
207 (227), 208 (228), 237 (23), 299 (289). 
Yale (lacks frontispiece), Harv. 

THE I WORKS I OF | Mons r . Boileau Despreaux. \ \ VOLUME 263 (2) 
IL I | CONTAINING | [list of contents, 7 lines] | | LONDON, \ 1711 
Printed for E. SANGER, and E. CURLL. I MDCCXI. 

8. i leaf, a-i 8 , k 4 , 1 8 , m* 2 , m 8 , n 3 , i leaf, A-O 8 , P 6 , Q-S 8 . Title, verso blank; 

text, pp. 1-168, 4 pp., 169-189, 3 PP- 1-242, I43-I5L 252-267, table of 

contents of second part of this volume, i p. ; index to both volumes, 15 pp. ; 

index and errata, i p. 

f 4 is misprinted g 4 : Q 4 is unsigned : the volume-signature is omitted from 

I i, K i, L i, M i, O i, R i, and S i. P. 261 is misnumbered 161. 

N 6 is a cancel and has a volume-signature. N 7 and N 8 also appear to 

be cancels. 

Yale, Harv. (lacks frontispiece). 

ACADEMIC OXONIENSIS I COMITIA PHILOLOGICA I IN 264 



THEATRO SHELDONIANO | Decimo Die Julii A. D. 1713. 
CELEBRATA: I In Honorem Serenissimae Reginae | ANNJ5 
PACIFICM. | [vignette] | OXONII, \ E TYPOGRAPHEO CLA- 
RENDONIANO, | An. Dom. MDCCXIIL 

Folio, 2 leaves, B-Hh 2 . Title, verso blank; text, 121 pp.; I p. blank. 
Frontispiece, not counted in signatures, facing title. 
The book contains verse in Latin and English. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

195 



1713 



265 ltffli0!j d&Wtttttte: | OR, THE | Whig MISCELLANY, | Consis- 
1713 ting of the following | POEMS. | [6 titles] | | LONDON: \ Printed 

for A. Baldwin, near the Oxford-Arms in | Warwick-Lane. 1713. 
(Price 6 d.) 

Half-title: | nsli0^ <&ratitutie: | OR, THE | Whig MISCELLANY, | 
8 In fours. 2 leaves, B-D 4 , E 2 . Half-title, i p. ; book-list of A. Baldwin, 
i p. ; title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-28. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

266 GRATULATIO I ACADEMLE CANTABRIGIENSIS | DE PACE I 
1713 Serenissimte REGINM \ ANNJE | AUSPICIIS | FELICITER 

CONSTITUTA I Anno M D C C XIII. | = I CANTABRIGIM, \ 
TYPIS ACADEMICIS. 

Folio. 2 leaves, A~G,*G, H-Kk 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the Queen, 
signed J[ohn] Adams, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 135 pp. ; i p. blank. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek and Hebrew. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 



267 Sacred Miscellanies: | OR, | 

1713 Subjects. \ VIZ. I [6 titles] | 

in Fleetstreet. M. DCC. XIII. 



Divine Poems. | UPON I Several 
LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL 
Price Six Pence. 



8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-D 4 E 2 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Mr. 
Spectator, i p. ; text, 3 pp., [i]-26. 
BodL, Yale. 

268 A Select | COLLECTION | OF | Modern Poems. | | By several 
1713 Hands. | | [i line of verse, from Lucretius] | | DUBLIN: \ 
Printed for John Henley, Book-] seller, at the Black-aAMoofs-Head 
in Castle-street, \ M DCC XIII. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, A~P, A, B 6 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 

i p. ; i p. blank; bastard title, dedication to first poem, and text, 4 pp., 

1-176, [i]-22 ; 2 pp. blank. 

Bound in at the end of the copy in the New York Public Library are three 

additional poetical pamphlets whose contents are not mentioned in the 

table. They are all dated Dublin, 1715, and may or may not have been 

included with copies of the miscellany which were sold in that year. 

Yale, The New York Public Library. 

196 



A Select | COLLECTION | OF j Modem Poems, j | By the most 268 (b) 
eminent Hands. ) | VIZ. \ The Right Honour-lable the Earl of j 1731 
MURLGRAVE. j The Earl of ROS-jCOMMON. I Mr. POPE. I Mr. 
ADDISON. 1 Sir JOHN DEN-JHAM. | Mr. TICKELL. I Mr. 
DRYDEN. | Mr CONGREVE. | | [i line of verse, from 
Lucretius] | | DUBLIN: \ Printed by S. POWELL, for 
ABRAHAM BRADLEY, | at the Golden Ball and Ring, opposite 
Sycamore-\Alley in Darnel-street, M DCC XXXI. 

Tne names of the authors are printed in two columns divided by a pair of 

brackets, reversed. 

12. 2 leaves, B-G 12 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 



269 

(a) 



P. 98 is misnumbered 8. 
Harv. 

THE [ Tunbridge-Miscell&ny: \ Consisting of | POEMS, <&*c. 
Written at TUNBRIDGE-WELLS, | In the Year 1713. | 
[ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL, at the Dial 1713 
and Bible, against | St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, and sold at 
his Shop | upon Tunbridge-Walks. MDCCXIII. 

Half-title: [row of ornaments] [ THE | Tunbridge-MisceTLany, | For the Year 

1713. | Price Six Pence, | [row of ornaments] 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B, C, A 4 . Half-title, p. [i] ; book-list of E. Curll, p. [2] ; 

title, p. [3]; blank, p. [4]; text, pp. [5]~24; book-list of Edmund Curll, 

pp. 1-8. 

Yale. 

THE | SECOND PART | OF THE | T^Sn'^-MisceUany, | For 269 
the Year 1713. | | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for E. (2) (a) 
CURLL, at the Dial and Bible against St. | Dunstan's Church in 1713 
Fleetstreet, and Sold at his Shop | upon Tunbridge-W&Iks. 1713. 
Price 6 d. 

Half-title: [row of ornaments] | THE | SECOND PART j OF THE | Tun- 
bridge-Miscellany, | For the Year 1713. | Price Six Pence. | [row of orna- 
ments] 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B, C 4 . Half-title, p. [i]; book-list of E. Curll, p. [2]; 

title, p. [3]; blank, p. [4]; text, pp. [53-24. 

Yale, 

197 



269 THE j Tunbridge and Bath \ MISCELLANY | For the Year 1714. | 
(2) (b) GIVING | An Exact DESCRIPTION of those | Places, with 

1714 Characters of the | Company. | To which is Added, 1 The LAM- 
POON, and some other | Pieces written there last Summer. J = | 
LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL at the Dial and | Bible against 
St. Dunstan's Church in | Fleet-street, 1714. Price 6 d. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8 in fours. A 4 , 2 leaves, B, C 4 , 4 leaves. Title, verso blank; text, 6 pp., [5]- 

24; book-list of E. Curll, pp. [i]~8. 

This is the same as the preceding book, except gathering A, substituted for 

the first two leaves of the 1713 issue, and the last four leaves, which had no 

counterpart in the earlier issue. 

Bodl. 

270 THE | University Miscellany: | OR, | More Burning Work | FOR 
1713 THE | OX- -F- - ~D CONVOCATION. | Containing, [[4 titles] 

= | LONDON: \ Printed for A. Baldwin near the Oxford Arms 
in Warwick-lane. 1713. 

Half-title: [ornament] | THE | University Miscellany, | OR, | More Burning 

Work | For the Ox~fd Convocation. | Price Six Pence. | [ornament] 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-D 4 , 2 leaves. Half-title, i p. ; account of the burning 

of the speech of the Terrae-Filius, i p. ; title, i p. ; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]- 

27; i p. blank. 

Yale. 

270 (b) THE | University Miscellany :! . . . | OXFORD CONVOCATION. 
1713 Containing, | [4 titles] | | %f)e jo>C0ttll (CUitiOtt, CotmteD. 

| LONDON: | . . . Oxford-Arms \ . . . 1713. Price 6 d. 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
8 in fours. A-C 4 , D 2 . Title, p. [i] ; account of the burning of the speech of 
the Terrae-Filius, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3]-28. 
B.M., Bodl. 

271 THE | WORKS | OF | ANACREON, j AND | SAPPHO. | Done 
1713 from the Greek, by several Hands. | With their LIVES Prefixed. | 

To which is added, I The Prize of Wisdom. A Dia-|logue between 
ANACREON and ] ARISTOTLE. By M. FONTENELLE. | 
ALSO | BION's IdyUium, | Upon the Death of ADONIS. | By the 

198 



Earl of WINCHELSEA. | | LONDON: \ Printed for E. Curll at 
the Dial and Bible in Fleet-street \ and A. Bettesworth, at the Red 
Lion on j London-Bridge. 1713. Price 2 s. Where may [ be had Mr. 
Creectis Translation of Theocritus. \ Price 2 s. 6 d. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, a, B-H 6 , 1 4 , i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso 
blank ; preface, signed G[eorge] S[ewell], 4 pp. ; life of Anacreon, pp. [i]-8 ; 
text, pp. [i]-89 ; table of contents, 3 pp. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

THE | British Parnassus: [ Or, A Compleat | Common-Place-Book \ 272 
OF | ENGLISH "POETRY: | CONTAINING | The most genuine, (i) (a) 
instruciiTCrSvSiing^'and sublime THOUGHTS. | VIZ. | Me- I 7 I 4 
gories, Comparisons, Similitudes, Apho-frisms moral and political, 
Characters and | Descriptions of Persons, Passions, Places | and 
Things, that are in the WORKS j of our most celebrated POETS. | 
ALPHABETICALLY digested^ and brought | down to the present 
Time. | To which is prefix 9 d, | A DICTIONARY of RHYMES; 
more copious than any hitherto extant. | (In TWO VOLUMES. 
| VOL. I. I | By EDW. BYSSHE Gent. | | [3 lines of verse 
from"Lucretius] | = J'PrSted'by " jTNutt in the SAVOY: And 
Sold | by J. Pemberton at the Golden Buck and Sun | against St. 
Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, and | J. Morphew near Stationers- 
Hall. MDCCXIV. 

12. 3 leaves, a-c 6 , d 3 , B-U 12 , X 6 , X* 2 . Title, verso blank; preface, 4 pp. 
dictionary of rhymes, pp. i-xli; list of authors cited, i p. ; text, pp. 1-472. 
This is a new collection, and not, as is sometimes stated, an edition of 
Bysshe's earlier book, The An of English Poetry. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

THE | British Parnassus: | . . . | VOL. II. | ... 272 (2) 

The title-page follows that of the first volume. ly I 4 

12. i leaf, Y-Tt 12 , Uu 5 . Title, verso blank ; text, pp. 473-986. 

Z 4 and Nn 5 are unsigned. Pp. 600 and 867 are misnumbered 560 and 877. 

The volume-signature is omitted from leaves Y i, Aa i and Rr i. In some 

copies there is a cancel leaf Y i, correcting errors in the original leaf. 

B.M., BodL, Yale. 

199 



272 THE | ART j OF | English Poetry, 



VOL. the III d . and IV th . | 



tfisH JL JLJLJL> I JULJ-X JL I WJL I X-/XJ.^JLAvJXJ. J. w^*-.jr j ' ^j-*. ^ j 

(i) (b) Which, with the two former Volumes, make a compleat | Common- 
1718 Place-Book \ OF \ ENGLISH POETRY: | CONTAINING ] The 
most natural, instructive, divert-|ing and sublime THOUGHTS. | 
VIZ. | Allegories, Comparisons, Similitudes, | Aphorisms moral 
and political, Characters and j Descriptions of Persons, Passions, 
Places and | Things, that are in the WORKS of our most j cele- 
brated POETS, ancient and modern. | ALPHABETICALLY di- 



gested, and brought 
BYSSHE Gent. \ = 
Ship in Pater-Noster- 



down to the present Time. | j By EDW. 
LONDON: \ Printed for W. Taylor, at the 
Row. MDCCXVIII. 



The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rale. 

This is The British Parnassus, vol. i, with a new title-page substituted for 

the old. For The Art of English Poetry, vols. i and 2, see Book 225. 

B.M. 

273 | A FARTHER ] HUE and CRY | After Dr. Sz0 - *. | BEING 
1714 A COLLECTION of Curious Pieces | found since his Departure. 
| Price 6 d. 

8 in fours, ijeaf ; 4 leaves, B 4 , C 2 ; A 4 , B 3 . Title, verso blank; bastard title, 
p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; preface, signed Tpmothy] B[rocade], p. [3] ; blank, 
p. [4] ; text, pp. 5-20, 1-13 ; i p. blank. 

This is a made-up miscellany: only the title-page has been printed expressly 
for the collection. The rest of the collection consists of two pamphlets, each 

of which contains two poems: A Genuine Epistle from M w P r, 

Esq: at Paris, etc., and An Ode to the Pretender (the title-page of this pamph- 
let has been removed). 

The date is determined by the fact that Swift's departure from England 
took place in 1714, and that the 'second edition ', described below, is dated 
1714. 
Yale. 

273 (b) [A Farther Hue and Cry after Dr. Swift J] 

1714 This is another edition of the book just described : it lacks the title-page, and 
has a different edition of the second pamphlet, the collation of which 
follows: B, C 4 , C 2 . Text, pp. 1-19; i p. blank. 
Yale. 

273 (c) A FARTHER | HUE and CRY | ... | ... Departure. | VIZ. \ 

1714 [5 titles] | | Publish' d from the Original Manuscripts, \ By 

TIMOTHY BROCADE, Esq; | Late AUTHOR of the 

200 



EXAMINER. 1 | [2 lines of Latin] | | The SECOND EDI- 
TION. | | LONDON: \ Printed for A. BOULTER. M DCC XIV. 
| Price 6 d. 
The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences Indicated. 

Half-title : | A FARTHER | HUE and CRY | . . . Sw t. \ . . , 

The half-title follows the title of the first edition, with the difference 
indicated. 

8 in fours, i leaf, A, B 4 ; A 4 , B 3 . Half-title, verso blank; title, p. [i]; 
preface, signed Tpmothy] B[rocade], p. [2]; text, pp. 3-16: 1-13; i p. 
blank. 

P. 14 is unnumbered. 
Yale. 

Mcestissima ac Lcetissimce \ ACADEMLE CANTABRIGIENSIS I 274 
CARMINA | FUNEBRIA & TRIUMPHALIA. | ILLIS | Serenis- 1714 
simam ac Desideratissimam \ REGINAM ANNAM j REPENTINA 
MORTE ABREPTAM | DEFLET. | HIS | Augustissimo Potentis- 
simoque \ REGI GEORGIO | BRITANNICUM SOLIUM I OP- 
TIMIS AUSPICES | ASCENDENTI I GRATULATUR. I CAN- 
TABRIGIM: \ MDCCXIV. 

Folio. A-I 2 , I* 1 , K-Dd 2 . Title, verso blank ; preliminary verse and address 

to the King, signed Tho. Greene, vice-chancellor, 4 pp. ; text, 104 pp. 

The second leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and ^Ethiopic. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

ORIGINAL | POEMS | AND | TRANSLATIONS. \ BY I Mr. 275 
HILL, Mr. EUSDEN, Mr. \ BROOME, Dr. KING, &c. \ \ Never 1714 
before Printed. \ \ [ornament] | LONDON, \ Printed for E. 
CURLL, at the Dial and Bible against | St. Dunstan's Church in 
Fleet-street. 1714. 

12 in sixes, i leaf, B, C 6 , D s . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-33 ; book-list 
of E. Curll, i p. 

B 2 is misprinted B: B 3, C 3 and D 3 are unsigned. 

BJVL (lacks title-page), BodL, Yale, Harv. (lacks title-page). 

This collection was later included in The Elzievir Miscellany, 1715 (Book 

283 (b)), which in turn was included in Miscellanea. The Second Volume, 

1727 (Book 343 (2)). It also formed a part of Court Poems. In Two Parts, 

1726 (Book 295 (c)). 

201 Dd 



276 PIETAS J Universitatis Oxonlensis j In OBITUM SerenissimaB 
1714 REGIKdB ANKLE j ET | GRATULATIO ] In Augustissimi 

REGIS GEORGII | IN AUGUR AT ION EM. \ \ [vignette] | 
OXONII, | E TYPOGRAPHEO CLARENDONIANO, [ An. Dom. 
MDCCXIV. 

Folio. 2 leaves, A-E, 2 E-6 E, F-Nn 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the 

King, signed Bernardus Gardiner, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 163 pp. ; i p. 

blank, 

The second leaf of the gathering is signed, except in gatherings E, 5 E, 6 E, 

S, U-Z, Ee, LI and Nn. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Syriac, Welsh 

and Old English. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

277 POEMS | AND | TRANSLATIONS. \-\By Several Hands. \ 
1714 To which is Added, I The Hospital of FOOLS ; I A DIALOGUE ; 

By the Late WILLIAM WALSH, Esq; | | [i line of verse, 
from Virgil] | j LONDON: \ Printed for J. PEMBERTON, at 
the Buck and I Sun against St. Dumtan's Church in Fleet-street. 
M DCC XIV. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: [row of ornaments] | POEMS | AND | Translations, &c. \ [row of 
ornaments] 

8. A 8 , a 2 , B-H 8 , 1 7 , K-T, a 8 , b 6 . Half-title, verso blank ; title, verso blank ; 
dedication, to Lord Pelham of Laughton, signed J[ohn] Oldmixon, pp. [i]- 
vi ; preface, pp. i~v ; i p. blank ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; text, 4 pp., 1-282, 
[i]-26; book-list of J. Pemberton, 2 pp. 

G 5 is signed, and the last four leaves of G are cancels, printed as a half- 
sheet and substituted for the original leaves. In some copies the stubs of 
the cancelled leaves can be seen between G 8 and H i . The table of contents 
agrees with the book in its amended form. 
B.M., Yale. 

277 (b) ORIGINAL | POEMS | AND | TRANSLATIONS. \ T- \ By 
1714 Several Hands. | | To which is added, | MSCULAPIUS, I OR, 
THE | HOSPITAL of FOOLS; | A | DIALOGUE, | After the 
Manner of LUCIAN. | By the late WILLIAM WALSH, Esq ; | 
[i line of verse, from Virgil] | | C5e <o>C0rto dCDitiOtt 
j LONDON: \ Printed for J. PEMBERTON, at the Buck and 

202 



Sun | against St. Dunsfan's-Chwch In Fleet-street. MDCCXIV. J 

Price Four Shillings. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

TMs is the same book as the preceding : the title-page and leaf A 5 are 

cancels. Oldmixon's signature is omitted from A 5 V . 

Dyce Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum. 

POEMS 1 ON I Several Occasions. \ By the EARLS of j ROSCOM- 278 
MON, | AND 1 DORSET, &c.\ \ [ornament] | = | LONDON: I 1714 
Printed for E. CURLL, MDCCXIV. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A 1 , i leaf, A 2-A 12, B-G 12 , H 10 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; table of 

contents, 2 pp. ; life of the Earl of Roscommon, pp. 3-5 ; blank, p. [6] ; text, 

pp. 7-187; i p. blank. 

Frontispiece (portrait of the Earl of Dorset), not counted in signatures or 

pagination. 

In the Yale copy C 6 has been cancelled, and two small cancels have been 

pasted on C 5 V . One of these reads *6o', and is pasted over the page 

number (58); the other reads 'His', and is pasted over the catch-word, 

so that the text seems to go forward without a break. 

B.M., Yale. 

POETICAL MISCELLANIES, | Consisting of | ORIGINAL 279 
POEMS | AND | TRANSLATIONS. | By the best Hands. \ I 1714 
Published by Mr. STEELS. \ \ LONDON: \ Printed for JACOB 
TONSON at Shake-\spear'$ Head over-against Catherine-street I in 
the Strand M DDC XIV. 

8. A-X 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to [William] Congreve, signed 

Richard Steele, 8 pp. ; table of contents, 6 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-3i8; 2 pp. 

blank. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

B 4 and C 4 are unsigned. Pp. 135 and 317 are misnumbered 13 and 217. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

POETICAL MISCELLANIES, | . . . | . . . M DCC XIV. 279 (b) 

The title follows that of the edition just described. I 7 I 4 

8. A-X 8 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; dedication, to 

203 



[William] Congreve, signed Richard Steele, 8 pp. ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; 
text, pp. [i]-3i8 ; 2 pp. blank. 

B 4 and C 4 are unsigned. P. n is unnumbered : p. 255 is misnumbered 235. 
This is a different edition throughout from that first described. 

Harv. 

279 (c) POETICAL | MISCELLANIES: | CONSISTING of | Original 

1726 Poems I AND I TRANSLATIONS. | | By the Best Hands. \ 
Publish'* by Mr. STEELE. | | [ornament] | | DUBLIN: 
Printed by S. POWELL, for J. THOMPSON, | Bookseller, on 
Cork-Hill MDCCXXVL 

8 in fours. A 3 , B-D 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. [31-30. 
P. 21 is misnumbered 12. 

This edition, undoubtedly pirated, reprints but a small portion of the con- 
tents of the original. 
Bodl. 

279 (d) POETICAL | MISCELLANIES, j Consisting of | ORIGINAL 

1727 POEMS 1 AND | TRANSLATIONS. I By the best Hands. I | 
Published by | Sir RICHARD STEELE. \ \ The SECOND 



EDITION. 
Strand. \ 



| LONDON: \ Printed for J. TONSON in the 
M DCC XXVII. 



12. A-P 12 , Q 6 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; dedication, 
to [William] Congreve, signed Richard Steele, n pp.; i p. blank; table of 
contents, 7 pp.; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]~346; 2 pp. blank. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

280 (i) Political Merriment: \ OR, | TRUTHS j Told to some | TUNE. | 
1714 Faithfully Translated from the Ori-|ginal French of R. H. S. H. 
H. S.F.A.G.G.A. M. M. P. \ and Messieurs Brinsden and Col- 
lier, the State Oculist, and Crook-] ed Attorney, Li Proveditori delli 
Curtisani. | | By a LOVER of his COUNTRY. | LONDON: 
Printed for A. BOULTER without Temple-Bar, and | sold by S'. 
KEIMER at the Printing-Press in Pater-\Noster-Row, In the 
Glorious Year of our PRESERVATION, 1714. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: [ornament] | Political Merriment: \ OR, | TRUTHS | Told to 
some | TUNE, | [ornament] 
12 in sixes. 6 leaves, B, C 6 , C 1 . Half-title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; title, 

204 



P* [3] ; blank, p. [4] ; satirical dedication to the Jacobites, signed Philopat., 
pp. [5-10]; text, pp. 11-38. 

In some copies pp. 37 and 38 are misnumbered 35 and 36, 
For the table of contents of this book see Book 280 (4) below. 
B.M,, Yale, Harv. 

[ornament] j Political Merriment. \ | PART II. | 280 (2) 

Not a title-page, but the heading at the top of page i of the text. Probably I 7 I 4 
no title-page ever existed, the book being intended to be bound with the 
first part. 

120 i n sixes. B-E, D-G, K-Aa 5 , Bb 2 . Text, pp. [i]-i68, 145-180, 169-180, 
1 93-255; r p. blank. 

C 3, F 3, K 3 and Z 3 are unsigned: P 4 is signed. Pp. 90 and 251 are mis- 
numbered 91 and 151. In some copies pp. 254 and 255 are misnumbered 
237 and 238. 

For the table of contents of this book see Book 280 (4) below. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

Political Merriment: | | OR, | TRUTHS | TOLD TO | Some 280 (3) 
Tune. | [ornament] | LONDON, j Printed for A. BOULTER, without | 1715 
Temple-Bar. 1715. 

120 i n S i xes% 2 leaves, A-D 6 , E 4 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; 
text, pp. 1-56. 
B 3 is unsigned. 

This is the third part of Political Merriment, Book 280 (i) . For a supplement 
to this part see the following book. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

[ornament] Political Merriment, &c. [ornament] 280 (4) 

Not a title-page, but the heading at the top of the first page (numbered 57) I7 I 5 
of the text. No title-page ever existed, the supplement being intended to 
be bound with Books 280 (i)-28o (3) as one volume. 

12 in sixes. F, G 6 , A 3 . Text, pp. 57-79; table of contents to this supple- 
ment, p. 80 ; table of contents to Parts I and II (Books 280 (i) and 280 (2)). 
6pp. 
B.M., Yale. 

QU^ESTIONES, | UNA CUM I CARMINIBUS, I IN I MAGNIS 281 
COMITIIS | CANTABRIGIJ5 | CELEBRATIS | 1714. | [orna- 1714 

205 



ment] I CANTABRIGIM, I Impensis CORNELII CROWN- 
FIELD, Cele-[berrimse Academic TYPOGRAPHI. [ MDCCXIV. 

8. A, B 8 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-30; book-list of Cornelius 

Crowniield, 2 pp. 

Cambridge University Library, Harv. 

282 (i) The Bee. | A | COLLECTION | OF | CHOICE POEMS. \ j Part 
1715 I. | j [5 lines of Greek verse, from Nonnus] ( [ornament] | ' 
LONDON. | printed by C* 3[Ute: sold by S. Popping, in 
Pater-noster-Row ; and A. Boulter, at | Temple-Bar. MDCCXV. 

12 in sixes. A 2 , B-D 6 , E 4 . Title, p. [I]; blank, p. [II]; dedication, to 
Thomas Tyrwhitt, Esq., pp. Ill, IV; text, pp. 1-43; indices, pp. 43-44. 
E 3 is signed. 
Worcester College, Oxfordf; Yale, Harv. 

282 (2) The Bee. | A | COLLECTION | OF j CHOICE POEMS \ FROM ( 

1715 Books and Manuscripts. | j Part II. \ | [8 lines of prose, 

from Livy] | = | LONDON. \ printed by W. HUNTER: 

sold by /. Noon, and | T. Sharpey, in Cheapside ; S. Popping in 

Pater-\noster-Row ; and A. Boulter at Temple-Bar. \ MDCCXV. 

12 in sixes. A 2 , B-E 6 . Title, p. [I] ; blank, p. [II] ; dedication to the Duke 
of Marlborough, pp. Ill, IV ; text, pp. 1-46 ; indices, 2 pp. 
Worcester College, Oxfordf; Yale, Harv. 



282 (3) The BEE. 

1715 SCRIPTS. 

MDCCXV. 



Select Poems \ FROM | BOOKS 
j Part III. | | [ornament] 



AND | MANU- 
I LONDON. 



12 in sixes, i leaf, B~D 6 , E 5 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-45 ; text and 
indices, p. 46. 

The correspondence of the chain-lines of the title-page and leaf E makes it 
probable that the title-page was printed as the last leaf of gathering E. 
Worcester College, Oxfordj; Yale, Harv. 

283 (b) THE | Ehwir MISCELLANY: | Consisting of ORIGINAL I 
1715 POEMS, | TRANSLATIONS, and IMITATIONS. I By the most 
Eminent HANDS, | VIZ. \ Mr. ROWE, j Mr. SHIPPEN, I Dr. 
KING, | Mr. SEWELL, | Mr. HILL, I Mr. EUSDEN, Mr. 
BROOME, | Mr. JONES. | | %$t stfCOttfi (C&itiflft* I 
[ornament] | | LONDON, \ Printed for E. CURLL, at the Dial 

206 



and Bible against | St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street. 1715. | 
Price 25. 6d. 

The names of the contributors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 

reversed, between the columns. 

12, partly in sixes. 2 leaves, A 3-A 12, B 6 , C 5 ; B, C 6 , D 5 . i p. blank; 

frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; text, pp. 1-42, 1-33 ; book-list, i p. 

A 6 is signed: *C 3, 2 B 3, 2 C 3, and D 3 are unsigned: *B 2 is signed B. 

This is a made-up miscellany: only the first two leaves are new. The rest 

of the book is composed of remainder copies of Poems on Several Occasions. 

By N. Rowe, Esq.; The Third Edition, 1714, and Original Poems and 

Translations. By Mr. Hill . . . , 1714 (Book 275). From the first of these 

books the first two leaves have been removed : only the leaf containing the 

title-page has been removed from the second. 

Apparently the collection was unsaleable in this form also: in 1726 Curll 

used the remaining copies as a part of Miscellanea, The Second Volume, 

1727 (Book 343 (2)). 

Yale. 

EXEQULE | Clarissimo Viro | JOHANNI RADCLIFFE M.D. 284 

AB | 0%oniensi Academia \ SOLUT^E. | | [vignette] | 1715 
OXONII, | E TYPOGRAPHEO CLARENDONIANO, j An. Dom. 
MDCCXV. 

Folio. 2 leaves, B-I 2 , K 1 , L-S, 2 S, T-Gg 2 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, 

to the Duke of Ormonde (chancellor of the University), i p.; i p. blank; 

text, 118 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures, facing title. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Syriac. 

B.M. (lacks leaf B 2), Bodl. (lacks leaf B 2), Yale (lacks leaf B 2), Harv. 

(lacks leaf F 2). 

A New Academy of | COMPLEMENTS ; | OR, | The Lover's Secra- 285 (d) 
tary. | Being Milt and 9plttl) improved, by the | most elegant 1715 
Expressions us'd in the | Art of Courtship, \ In divers Examples of 
Writing or Inditing | LETTERS, relating either to | LOVE or 
BUSINESS. | ... | To which is added, \ A Choice Collections of 
above 120 Love-Songs , | Merry Catches, and Jovial Healths ; being 
the newest I now extant. With plain Instructions for Dancing. 

| C&* JFotirtf) (EMticrn, toitfj attoitiong. | | Etcntgf tr anti 
(Entttftr accottimjj; to DdJ*r* | | London, Printed for C. Bates, 
in Giltspur-street, and | A. Bettesworth on London-bridge, 1715. | 

| Price One Shilling. 

207 



A border of two lines of rule encloses all of the title except the price, which 
is printed between the lines of the border. 

12. A-G 12 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; preface, 2 pp. ; 
table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-160. A plate of two leaves, with illus- 
trations of a manual alphabet, is inserted between D i and D 2. 
A 6 is signed. Pp. 17, 20, 46 and 47 are misnumbered 21, 22, 64 and 45. 
The contents differ widely from those of previous collections with similar 
titles. 
B.M. 

285 (1) A NEW | ACADEMY ] OF | COMPLEMENTS: | OR, THE | 
1743 Lover's Secretary, j Being WIT and MIRTH Improv'd, by the 
most j Elegant Expressions us'd in the | ART of COURTSHIP, | 
In divers Examples of Writing or Inditing LETTERS, | relating 
either to LOVE or BUSINESS. \...\To which is added, \ A Choice 
Collection of above a Hundred favourite | Love-Songs, Merry 
Catches, and Jovial Healths ; | being the newest now Extant. With 
plain Instructions for DANCING. | j The Twelfth Edition. \ | 
DUBLIN: \ Printed by THO. BROWNE, at the Holy Bible \ in 
High Street, M.DCC^XLIII. 

12 in sixes. A-N 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. f title, verso blank; pre- 
face, 2 pp.; text, pp. [i]-i47; table of contents, 2 pp.; book-list of Tho. 
Browne, i p. 
P. 51 is misnumbered 57. 
B.M. 

285 (m) A NEW | ACADEMY | OF | COMPLIMENTS: | OR, THE | 
1748 Compleat ENGLISH Secretary. | Containing ... | ... | With a Col- 
lection of the Newest Play-house Songs. | London: Printed for J?. 
Ware, at the Bible and Sun \ on Ludgate-Hill ; C. Hitch, at the Red- 
Lion in | Pater-noster-Row ; and J". Hodges, at the Looking \ Glass on 
London-Bridge. 1748. 

12. A-F 12 , G 6 . Book-list of J. Hodges, p. [i]; frontispiece, p. [2]; title, p. 

[3]; book-lists of Richard Ware and C. Hitch, p. [4]; preface, pp. [5, 6]; 

text, pp. [71-156. 

A 6, B 6, D 6 and E 6 are signed : F 4 is misprinted L 4. 5 and D 5 are 

unsigned. 

B.M. 

The I4th edition, 1754, and the 3Qth edition, undated, are in the Bodleian: 

the 1 6th, undated, is in the British Museum. 

208 



The | ODES and SATIRES [ OF | HORACE, [ That have been 286 

done into English by the j most Eminent Hands, j VIZ. \ Lord 1715 

Rochester, [ Lord Roscommon, [ Mr. Cowley, [ Mr. Otway, | Mr. 

Congreve, | Mr. Prior, | Mr. Maynwaring, | And several others. 

WITH HIS | ART of POETRY, | By My Lord ROSCOMMON. _ 

[ornament] [ LONDON: | Printed for A. Bell in Cornhill, T. Varnam 

and /. Osborn | in Lombard Street, J. Brown, without Temple-bar, 

and | /. Baker in Pater-noster-row. MDCCXV. 

The names of the translators are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 

reversed, between the columns. 

8. 2 leaves, B-N 8 , O 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 2 pp.; text, 

pp. [i]-i27, 126-142, 161-176, 161-196. 

O 2 is signed. 

BodL 

THE | ODES and SATYRS J OF | HORACE, | That have been 287 
done into English I By the most EMINENT HANDS. | VIZ. 1715 
Earl of ROCHESTER. | Earl o/ROSCOMMON. | Mr. COWLEY. 
Mr. OTWAY. I Mr. CONGREVE. | Mr. PRIOR. ( Mr. MAYN- 
WARING. Mr. DRYDEN. | Mr. MILTON.) Mr. POOLY. | 
WITH HIS ART of POETRY, | By the Earl of ROSCOMMON. \ 
| To this EDITION is added several ODES | never before 
Published. | = | LONDON: j Printed for Jacob Tonson, at Shake- 
spear's Head over-] against Catherine-Street In the Strand. 1715. 

The names of the contributors are in two columns, divided by a double line 

of rule. 

12. A 6 , B-I 12 , K 6 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; preface, 

2 pp.; table of contents, 5 pp.; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]~203 ; i p. blank. 

The publisher's preface refers to the volume with the same title, issued by 

Bell and others (Book 286), as a piracy. 

B.M., BodL, Yale. 

THE ODES and SATYRS | OF | HORACE ,| ... | . . . ROCHES- 287 (b) 
TER ... | LONDON: | ... | ... Katharine-Street . . . 1717. 1717 

The title follows that of the edition just described, with the differences 

indicated. 

12. A 2-A 12, B-I 12 . Title, verso blank; publisher's preface, 2 pp. ; table 

of contents, 5 pp.; i p. blank; text, pp. [11-203; i p. blank. 

A 5 is misprinted AS. P. 118 is misnumbered 181. 

B.M., Yale. 

209 EO 



287 (c) THE 1 ODES and SATYRS | OF | HORACE, | . . . | LONDON: \ 
1721 . . . Shakespear's-He&d ...[... Katharine-street . . . 1721. 

The title follows that of the 1715 edition, with the differences indicated. 
12. A 6 , B-I 12 , K 6 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; preface, 
2 pp. ; table of contents, 5 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]-2O3 ; i p. blank. 
B.M., Yale. 

287 (d) The ] ODES and SATYRS | OF | HORACE, \ . . . | VIZ: \ . . . 
I7 o LONDON: \ Printed for JACOB TONSON in the Strand. \ 

MDCCXXX. 

The title follows that of the 1715 edition, with the differences indicated. 

12. A 2-A 12, B-I 12 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 

5 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]-2O3 ; i p. blank. 

G 3 is unsigned. 

Bodl., Yale. 

288 A Pill to purge State-Melancholy: \ OR, A j COLLECTION | OF | 

1715 Excellent New Ballads. I | [4 lines of English verse] | | orna- 
men t] i 1 LONDON, | Printed in the Year M. DCC. XV. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 6 , B-L 8 , M 2 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [ii]; preface, pp. iii-viii; table of 

contents, pp. ix-xii; text, pp. 1-164. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale. 

288 (c) A Pill to purge State-Melancholy: \ OR, A | COLLECTION OF 

1716 Excellent New Ballads. | | [4 lines of English verse] 
The THIRD EDITION, with Additions. | | LONDON, I Printed 
for R. BURLEIGH in Amen-Corner. \ M. DCC. XVI. | 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8, A 4 , a 2 , B-L 8 , M 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; preface, pp. iii-viii ; table of 

contents, pp. ix-xii; text, pp. 1-168. " 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

#** See also Pills to Purge State-Melancholy: Part the Second, 1718 (Book 

290 (b)) 

289 BALLADS | And some Other | Occasional Poems : | j By W 

1716 T in the Marshalsea. \ | [2 lines of verse, from Ovid] | 

LONDON: \ Printed by E. Berington, for the Benefit of the Author. 
MDCCXVI. | Price One Shilling. 

210 



8 in fours. A-H 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to 'Urania', signed 

Wplliam] Tunstall, 6 pp. ; text, pp. 1-50 ; postscript, pp. 51-53 ; 3 pp. blank. 

C 2 is unsigned. 

The postscript states that some of the verse is by other hands. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

POEMS | OF | LOVE | AND j GALLANTRY. | WRITTEN j In 289 (b) 
the MARSHALSEA and NEWGATE, j by several of the Prisoners 1716 
taken at | PRESTON. \ j LONDON: \ Printed by J. GRAN- 
THAM in Pa-\ter-noster-row, 1716. 

Half-title: [row of ornaments] | POEMS | OF | LOVE J AND | GALLAN- 
TRY, &c. | [row of ornaments] | (Price Four Pence.) 
8 in fours. 4 leaves, B, C 4 . Half-title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; title, p. [3]; 
blank, p. [4] ; text, pp. 5-24. 

Nearly all the poems included are also included in Ballads and some Other 
Occasional Poems, etc. There is nothing to show which book is the earlier* 
B.M., Harv. 

A I COLLECTION ( OF | BALLADS, | And some other j Occa- 289 (c) 
sional Poems. | | By WILLIAM TUNSTALL, Gent, j During 1727 
his Confinement in the Marshalsea. \ | To which is added, j Saint 
Cyprian's Discourse to Donatus: Done | into English Metre, by 
the same Author. | | LONDON: \ Printed for JOHN WILFORD, 
at the | Three Flower de Luces in Little-Britain. \ MDCCXXVII. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

, 8<> in fours. A 5 , B-F 4 , A-F 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, as in the edition 
first described, 6 pp. ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-40 ; bastard 
title (to St. Cyprian's Discourse}, verso blank ; preface, 6 pp. ; text, pp. 1-39 ; 
i p. blank. 
BodLf (lacks all after *F 4), University of Chicago Library. 

A | COLLECTION ] OF | STATE SONGS, | POEMS, &c. \ That 290 
have been Published since the | REBELLION: | AND | Sung in 1716 
the several MUG-HOUSES j in the Cities of London and West- 
minster, &c | j To be Publish' d Annually, j | LONDON: 
Printed for ANDREW and WILLIAM BELL [ at the Cross-Keys 
and Bible in Cornhill, and J J. BAKER and T. WARNER at the 
Black | Boy in Pater-nosier Row. 1716, j Price 2$. 

8. A 4 , B-K 8 , IA Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; table of contents, pp. [iiipviii; 

text, pp. [i]-i52. 

B.M., Yale, Harv, (title-page mutilated). 

211 



290 (b) Pills to Purge State-Melancholy: I PART the SECOND. I BEING 
1718 A | COLLECTION | OF ----------- 



verse] 
Choco- 



LONDON: 



Excellent New Ballads. | [6 lines of 
Printed for J. GRAVES, next White's 
late' House in St. James's Street; and W. | GRAVES 



at the Black Spread-Eagle in | Pater-Noster-Row. M DCC XVIII. 

Where may be had the first Part of this Collection. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is a reissue of the book just described: a cancel title-page has been 

substituted for the original. 

Harv. 

See also A Pill to purge State-Melancholy, 1715 (Book 288). 

291 THE | LOYAL MOURNER | FOR THE | Best of Princes: \ Being 
1716 A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | Sacred to the Immortal 
Memory I of Her late MAJESTY | Queen ANNE. | | By a 
Society of GENTLEMEN. | | Published by Mr. OLDISWORTH. | 
| [2 lines of verse, from Horace] | | LONDON: \ Printed for 
/. Morphew near Stationer s-HalL 1716. | (Price One Shilling Six 
Pence.) 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A-F 8 , G 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; preface, signed Charles Oldisworth, 
pp. [3-8] ; character of Queen Anne, pp. 9-16 ; text, pp. [i]-82 ; table of 
contents, 2 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
Yale (lacks frontispiece) , Harv. 

291 (b) THE | LOYAL MOURNER | ... | ... GENTLEMEN. I | [2 
1716 lines of verse, from Horace] j . . . 

The title follows that of the issue first described, with the differences 

indicated. 

This issue is in other respects like that first described. 

Bodl. 

292 STATE POEMS. | VIZ. \ I. VERSES upon the Sickness and 
1716 Recovery of the Right Honourable | ROBERT WALPOLE, Esq; 

By N. ROWE, Esq; &c. | II. The Three PATRIOTS. | III. The 
RAMBLE between BELINDA | a Demy-Prude, and CLOE a 
Court-\Coquette In Imitation of FONTAINE | IV. An EPI- 

212 



LOGUE written for the [ New Comely, call'd the Drummer, but 

not spoke. | V. The WORMS. A Satire. | By Mr. POPE. I 

[ornament] [ J LONDON: \ Printed for /. Roberts near the 

Oxford Arms in | Warwick Lane. 1716, Where may be had I Mr 

POPE'S Court Poems. Price 6 d. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: [row of ornaments] | STATE POEMS. | BY J The most Eminent 

Hands. | [row of ornaments] I Price Six Pence. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-D 4 , E 2 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank* 
text, pp. 1-28. 

This book was later incorporated in Court Poems, Part II, 1717 (Book 295 
(2) (a)), which in turn was included in The Ladies Miscellany, 1718 (Book 
306). 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks first 2 leaves), Yale, Harv. 

THE j Agreeable Variety. | | In Two PARTS, j I CON- 293 

TAINING, | First, DISCOURSES, CHARACTERS, j and 1717 

POEMS, relating to the most | useful Subjects; and extracted 

from | many worthy AUTHORS. | CONSISTING, | Secondly, Of 

LETTERS, POEMS, | 6>c. by several Private Persons, on | divers 

OCCASIONS. | Never before Printed. | [row of ornaments] 

LONDON: \ Printed for the Author, and Sold by G. STRAHAN, 

over-against the Royal Exchange; A. BETSWORTH, I in 

Paternoster-Row; J. HOLLAND, and H. CLEMENTS, J in St. 

Paul's Church-Yard; J. WALTHO, in the | Temple; and C. KING, 

and B. BARKER, in West-\min$ter-Hall. MDCCXVIL 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 6 , B-Y 8 , Z 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 9 pp.; i p. blank; 

text, pp. 1-338 ; errata, i p. ; i p. blank. 

In some copies C 3 and D 2 are misprinted C 2. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

THE | Agreeable VARIETY: | BEING A I Miscellaneous COL- 293 (b) 
LECTION, | In PROSE and VERSE, | FROM I The WORKS of 1724 
the most Celebrated | AUTHORS. | | In TWO PARTS. | j 
VIZ. | PART I. Containing, i. . . . | 3. Choice Poems, and Select 
Passages, extracted from | Shakespeare, Milton, Waller, Dryden, 
Roscommon, \ Otway, Oldham, Prior, &c. | PART II. Containing 
Original POEMS, with sixty | Familiar Letters, upon Education, 

213 



Love, Friendship, | S-c. By several Eminent Hands. | None of 
which ever before printed. \ The whole Collected and Published by 
a LADY. I | [3 lines of prose, from The Turkish Spy] \ | The 
SECOND EDITION. | | LONDON; Printed for A. BETTES- 
WORTH, at the | Red Lyon in Pater-noster-Row. M.DCC.XXIV. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

This is a reissue of the remainders of the first edition, A new title-page and 
one additional leaf have been substituted for the original title-page. The 
additional leaf is signed A 2, and its pages are numbered iii and iv. It carries 
a dedication to Mrs. Pulteney, signed J. M. 
B.M., Bodl. 

293 (c) THE I AGREEABLE VARIETY: | . . . | AUTHORS. | In TWO 
1742 PARTS. | VIZ. I PART I. Containing, i. . . . | 3. CHOICE POEMS, 
and SELECT PASSAGES, extracted | from Shakespeare, ... | ... j 
The THIRD EDITION. | | LONDON: \ Printed for C. HITCH, 
at the Red-Lion in Pater~\Noster-Row, M DCC XLIL 
The title follows that of the 'second edition*, with the differences indicated. 
This is a reissue of the remainders of the ' second edition ', with a new title- 
page substituted for the old. The additional leaf A 2, which first appeared 
in the 'second edition', is retained. 
B.M. 



294 (i) A | COLLECTION | Of the Best | English Poetry, 
1717 HANDS. ] (Viz.) | Duke of Devon, \ Lord Rochester, 



BY | Several 
Mr. Dryden, 



Sir John Denham, \ Lord Roscommon, \ Earl of Mulgrave, \ Sir 
Robert Howard, \ Mr. Phillips, \ Dr. South, \ Bp. Spratt, \ Mr. 
Waller, \ Dr. Swift, \ Mr. Addison, \ Sir Richard Blackmore, j Mr. 
Milton, | Mr. Congreve, \ Sir John Beaumont, &<x | | In Two 
Vol's Octavo. | | LONDON: \ Printed, and Sold by T. Warner, 
at the Black Boy in | Pater-Noster-Row, 1717. | (Price 10 s.) 
The names of the authors are in two columns divided by a single line of rule. 
This is a made-up miscellany: only the title-page (verso blank) was printed 
especially for the collection. The two copies I have examined differ widely 
in contents, but the majority of the pamphlets included are publications 
of H. Hills dated 1708 and 1709. The pamphlets in the British Museum 
copy are: The True-Born Englishman, An Elegy on the Author of the True- 
Born-Englishman, A Hymn to the Pillory, Absalom and Achitophel, The 
Temple of Death and an Ode to Queen Mary, A Congratulatory Poem to 
Prince George, Windsor Castle, An Essay on Translated Verse, The Pleasures 

214 



of a Single Life, Instructions to Vander Bank, Daphnis, Musica Incantans, 

Moderation Displayed, The Hind and the Panther, Transversed, The Eagle 
and the Robin, A Hymn to Peace, The Female Reign, The Medal t Love Given 
Over, etc.,, The Long Vacation, The Yorkshire Racers, Lucretius, Eleonora, 
The Rambling Fuddlecaps, The Libertine's Choice, Cooper's Hill, The Duel 
of the Stags, Cyder* 
B.M., Harv. 



A | COLLECTION j Of the Best j English Poetry, 
HANDS. | j VOL. IL | | [ornament] | 



BY | Several 294 (2) 
LONDON: \ 1717 



Printed, and Sold by T. Warner, at the Black Boy in [ Pater- 
Noster-Row, 1717. 

This is a made-up miscellany, like the first volume: only the title-page 
(verso blank) was printed especially for the collection. The pamphlets in 
the British Museum copy are: Milton's Sublimity Asserted, Bleinheim, 
A Letter from Italy, The History of the Insipids, Faction Displayed, The Kit- 
Cats, St. James's Park, Wine, An Ode on Incarnation, A Poem in Defense 
of the Church of England, A Poejn on the Taking of St. Mary's, The Temple 
of Fame, The Circus, The Wife, The Charms of Liberty, An Essay on Poetry, 
Canary-Birds Naturalized in Utopia, The Art of Poetry, The Forgiving 
Husband, Cato Major, Bosworth-Field, The Commoner, The Husband, 
Baucis and Philemon, The Swan-Tripe Club, Poems on the Death of Queen 
Mary, Religio Laid, Pastorals, The Campaign, The Upstart. 
B.M., Harv. 

COURT POEMS. | | PART II. | | VIZ. \ [2 titles] | With 295 
some other PIECES, j j Written by a LADY. | | To which (2) (a) 
are added, | [2 titles] | | LONDON: Printed for/. Roberts, near 1717 
the Oxford Arms \ in Warwick-Lane. 1717. Price I s. \ Where may 
be had, The First Part of COURT-] POEMS, viz. I. The Basset- 
Table. II. The | Drawing-Room. III. The Toilet. Price 6 d. 

8 in fours, i leaf; A2-A4; B, C 4 , D 2 ; B-D 4 , E 2 . Title, p. [i]; blank, 

p. [2]: text, pp. 38: i 20: 128. 

A 2 is misprinted A : *B 2 is unsigned : *D 2 is signed. 

This is a made-up miscellany: only the title-page is new. The rest of the 

book consists of three pamphlets, from each of which the original title-page 

has been removed: from the last pamphlet the half-title also has been 

removed. The pamphlets are : The Dream,, or Melesinda's Lamentation, etc. ; 

A Tale of the Finches; State Poems, 1716 (Book 292). The book was later 

included in The Ladies Miscellany, 1718 (Book 306). 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks first four leaves), Yale (lacks title-page). 

Court Poems, 1717 (Part I), contains verse by two authors only. 

215 



295 (b) COURT POEMS | In Two Parts Compleat. | To which are added, 
1719 [2 titles] | | By Mr. POPE. I [ [ornament] | LONDON: 
Printed for R. BURLEIGH, 1719. | Price One Shilling. 

1 leaf, B 12 , B, C 6 , 3 leaves. Title, verso blank ; publisher's preface, 2 pp. ; 
text, pp. i, 4-24, 1-26; book-list of A. Bettesworth and E. Curll, 4 pp. 

J B 2 is misprinted A 2 : C 4 is signed. 
Harv. 

295 (c) COURT \ POEMS. | IN | TWO PARTS. | | By Mr. POPE, &c. \ 
I7 26 | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL in the 

Strand. 1726. j (Price i s.) 

12. i leaf, B 12 , D 5 ; i leaf, B, C 6 , D 5 . Title, verso blank ; publisher's preface, 

2 pp.; text, pp. i, 4-34* title (Poems on Several Occasions), verso blank; 
text, pp. 1-33 ; book-list of E. Cnrll, i p. 

*B 2 is misprinted A 2; 2 B 2 is misprinted B: *D 2, *D 3, 2 B 3, 2 C 3, and 

2 D 3 are unsigned. 

This is a made-up miscellany: the second part is Poems on several Occasions, 

by Mr. Hill, etc., 1714 (Book 275). 

Bodl. (lacks second pamphlet), Yale (lacks title-page of second pamphlet), 

Harv. 

296 Mughouse-Diversion. | OR, A | COLLECTION j OF | LOYAL Pro- 
1717 logues, | AND | SONGS, | Spoke and Sung at the MUG-HOUSES. \ 

Most of which were never yet printed. | | LONDON: \ Printed, 
and sold by S. Popping at the Black-Raven \ in Pater-noster-row, 
E. Harrison at the Royal-Exchange, A. Dodd without Temple-Bar, 
J. Marshal \ at the Bible inNewgate-street, and/. King over-) against 
the Globe Tavern in Fore-street. 1717. | (Price 6d.) 

12 in sixes. A-D 6 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the societies of the 
mug-houses, 5 pp.; i p. blank; preface, addressed to the 'high-flying 
Tories*, 3 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-36. 
A 2 and C 3 are unsigned. 
B.M. 

296 (b) Mughouse-Diversion: \ OR, A | COLLECTION | OF | Loyal 
1717 PROLOGUES, | AND | SONGS, | Spoke and Sung at the 
MUG-HOUSES. | Particularly the Order and Method of | the 
Loyal SOCIETIES, by Way of | Prologue. | Most of which were 
never yet printed. | | The SECOND EDITION. | | LONDON: \ 
Printed, and sold by 5. Popping at the Black-Raven \ in 

216 



Pater-noster-row, E. Harrison at the Royal-Ex-\change, A. Dodd 
without Temple-Bar, J. Marshall \ at the Bible in Newgate-Street, 
and /. King over-| against the Globe Tavern in Fore-street. 1717. j 
(Price 6 d.) 

12 in sixes. A-D 6 . Title, verso blank; dedication, 5 pp.; i p. blank; 
preface, 3 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-35 ; letter to the editor, p. 36. 
A 2, B 3, and C 3 are unsigned. 
Bodl. 

Mughouse-Diversion: \ OR, A | COLLECTION | OF | Loyal 296 (c) 
PROLOGUES [ AND | SONGS, | Spoke and Sung at the 1717 
MUG-HOUSES. | PARTICULARLY, | The Order and Method of 
the LOYAL | SOSIETIES, by way of Prologue. | | The THIRD 
EDITION. | With Additions and Alterations of near Twenty | 
New SONGS. | | LONDON; \ Printed, and sold by S. Popping 
at the Black Raven in [ Paternoster Row, E. Harrison at the Royal 
Exchange, \ A Dodd without Temple Bar, J. Marshal at the Bible 
in Newgatestreet, and /. King overagainst the Globe Tavern \ in 
Forestreet. 1717. (Price 6 d.) 

12 in sixes. A-E 6 . Title, verso blank; dedication, 4 pp.; preface, 4 pp.; 

table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-48. 

The third leaf of every gathering is unsigned. C i and D 2 are signed 

D and D 3. 

Yale. 

Mug-House Diversion: \ OR, A | COLLECTION | OF | Loyal 296 (e) 
PROLOGUES | AND | SONGS, | Spoke and Sung at the 1719 
M VG-HOVSES. | Particularly the Order and Method of | the 
Loyal SOCIETIES, by Way | of Prologue. | | The Fifth Edition, 
with Additions and Alterations. | I LONDON; \ Printed, and 
Sold by S. Popping, at the Black Ra-\ven in Pater Noster-Row, E. 
Harrison at the Royal \ Exchange, A . Morris without Temple-Bar, 
John | Marshal at the Bible in Grace-church-Street, Joseph \ Marshal 
at the Bible in Newgate-Street, and /. | King over-against the 
Globe Tavern in Fore-Street. \ MDCCXIX. (Price 6d.} 

120 in sixes. A-E 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; dedication, pp. [3-8] ; pre- 
face pp. [9-12] ; text, pp. 13-58 ; table of contents, i p. ; i p. blank. 
A 3 and C 3 are unsigned. 
B.M. (lacks leaves E 3 and E 4). 

217 Ff 



297 MUSARUM | ANGLICANARUM [ ANALECTA: | SIVE | 

1717 Poernatum quorandam melioris notse, | sen hactenus Ineditorum, 

sen sparsim | Editoram. | | VOL. III. | | [ornament] | | 

OXON. | E TYPOGRAPHEO CLARENDONIANO, | Impensis 

Ant. Peisky Bibllopol. MDCCXVII. 

12. a 5 , A-N 12 , O 1 . Title, i p.; imprimatur, i p.; preface, 2 pp.; table of 
contents, 6 pp.; text, pp. 1-314. 

The sixth leaf is signed in every gathering except D and I : B 4 is unsigned : 
D 4 is misprinted 4, Pp. 92 and 212 are misnumbered 91 and 112. 
Leaves N 9 and N 10 are cancels. They contain, on pp. 305-7, a poem on 
the death of the Duke of Gloucester, by Digby Gates, and on p. 308 the 
beginning of a poem by Thomas Burnet, which continues on pp. 309-10. 
The catchword at the foot of p. 304 is * Clades * (incorrect) . The cancellation 
may have been due to the inadvertent reprinting, on the original pp. 305-7, 
of Clades Hocstadiensis, by Henry Hedges, which appears on pp. 175-7. 

This is an unauthorized continuation of the two-volume collection with a 
similar title (Book 198, etc.). It was ignored by the publishers of the 
original collection in all editions, but it is frequently found with sets of 
the 1714 and 1721 editions. 

BJVL, Bodl, Yale, Harv. 



298 OVID's ] METAMORPHOSES \ IN | FIFTEEN BOOKS, j 

1717 Translated by the most Eminent HANDS. | = | Adorn'd with 

SCULPTURES. | - | LONDON: \ Printed for JACOB TONSON 

at Shakespear's-Head \ over-against Katharine-Street in the Strand. | 

M DCC XVII. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: OVID'S | Metamorphoses \ Translated | by the [ most 
Eminent \ Hands. 

The half-title is engraved in a scroll which is part of an engraved ornamental 
design. 

Folio. 2 leaves, A, a-f , B-Zzzzzz 2 . Half-title, verso blank ; title, verso blank ; 
dedication, to the Princess of Wales, signed S[amuel] Garth, 3 pp.; i p. 
blank; preface, pp. [i]-xx; table of contents, 4 pp.; text, pp. 1-548. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing first page of dedication and 
PP- *, 37, 73 101, 141, 175, 213, 253, 297, 33*> 371, 407, 435, 4$i, 5<>o, and 
509, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

B.M. (lacks half-title and plates at pp. 101 and 500), Harv. 

218 



OVID's | METAMORPHOSES, \ In FIFTEEN BOOKS, j Trans- 298 
lated by | Mr. Dryden. | Mr. Addison. | Dr. Garth. | Mr. Main- (i) (b) 
waring. | Mr. Congreve. j Mr. Rowe. | Mr. Pope, j Mr. Gay. j Mr. 1720 
Eusden. | Mr. CroxaJl. | And other EMINENT HANDS. | | Pub- 
lish 9 d by Sir SAMUEL GARTH, MJD. \ I Adorn'd with SCULP- 
TURES. 1 1 VOLUME the FIRST. | [ The SECOND 
EDITION. ] I LONDON \ \ Printed for /. Tonson: And Sold 
by J. Brother-lton and W. Meadows* at the Black Bull in J Cornhill. 
M DCC XX. 

The names of the translators are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 

reversed, between the columns. 

12. A-N 12 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; i p. blank; 

portrait, i p. ; dedication, to the Princess of Wales, signed S[amuel] Garth, 

9 pp. ; i p. blank ; preface, pp. [i]-lii ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; text, including 

six plates, pp. [i] 239 ; i p. blank. 

The sixth leaf is signed in gatherings A M, P. xvi is misnumbered xiv; 

pp. xxi and 9 are unnumbered. The title-page is a cancel. 

Library of lolo A. Williams, Esq., London ; Yale, Harv. 

OVID's | METAMORPHOSES, \ IN ] FIFTEEN BOOKS, j 298 
Translated by the most Eminent HANDS. I 1 Adorn' d with (2) (b) 
SCULPTURES. | | VOLUME the SECOND, j j The SECOND 1720 
EDITION. I | LONDON, \ Printed for /. Tonson: And Sold 
by j /. Brotherton and W. Meadows, at the ] Black Bull in CornhilL 
1720. 

12. A-Q 12 , R 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; table of contents, pp. [3-8] ; 

blank, p. [9] ; text, including 9 plates, pp. [i 03-387 ; i p. blank. 

Plate, not counted in signatures of pagination, facing p. 333. 

The signature of K i is on its side: the volume-signature is omitted from 

M i. The following pages are misnumbered: 106 (105), 113 (65), 244 (44), 

265 (65). The title-page is a cancel. 

Library of lolo A. Williams, Esq., London; Yale, Harv. 

OVID's | METAMORPHOSES, | ... j The THIRD EDITION. 298 

| LONDON: I Printed for J. TONSON in the Strand. I (i) (c) 
M DCC XXVII. 1727 

The title follows that of the first volume of the edition of 1720, with the 
differences indicated. 

12. A-N 12 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; i p. blank; 
portrait, i p. ; dedication, to the Princess of Wales, signed S[amuel] Garth, 

219 



9 pp. ; i p. blank ; preface, pp. [i]-lii ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; text, including 

six plates, pp. [13-239 ; i p. blank. 

D 3, F 3, I 4, K 4, and L 3 are unsigned: L 6 is signed. P. 114 is misnum- 

bered 113. 

Yale. 

298 OVID's I METAMORPHOSES, | ... | ... Hands. \...\ VOLUME 
(2) (c) the SECOND. | | The THIRD EDITION. | | LONDON: \ 
1727 Printed for J. TONSON in the Strand. | | M DCC XXVII. 

The title follows that of the second volume of the edition of 1720, with the 

differences indicated. 

12. A 6 , B-Q 12 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; table of 

contents, 6 pp. ; text, including ten plates, 2 pp., [i]-359 ,' * P- blank. 

B 3, C 4, D 4, and N 4 are unsigned. The volume-signature is omitted from. 

C i. Pp. 130, 158, 214, 231, and 347 are misnumbered 136, 185, 114, 131, 

and 345. 

Yale. 

298 OVID'S I METAMORPHOSES | IN LATIN AND ENGLISH, 
(i) (d) TRANSLATED BY \ THE MOST 'EMINENT'HANDS;i'"with 
HISTORIC^ | Of the FABLES, | WRITTEN 

IN FRENCH BY I" The ABBOT BANffiR, I MEMBER OF THE 



A CADEMY OF INSCRIPTIONS 
TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH. 



AND BELLES LETTRES. \ 
Adorned with Sculptures, by 
| VOLUME -THE : FIRST. | 

[vignette] | AMSTERDAM, \ Printed for the"wiETSTEINS"*and 

SMITH. | MD CC XXXII. 

Half-title: OVID'S I METAMORPHOSES, I IN LATIN AND 

ENGLISH, | TWO VOLUMES. 

Folio in fours. 3 leaves, **-****** 2 , A-Hh 4 . Half-title, verso blank; title, 
verso blank; dedication, to the Countess of Pembroke, signed B.. & J. 
Wetstein and J. Smith, 2 pp. ; publishers' preface, 2 pp.; preface to the 
French translation, by Banier, 6 pp.; preface, by Samuel Garth, n pp.; 
table of contents, i p. ; text, pp. [i]-247 > J P* blank. 
Frontispiece, preceding title-page, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
The second leaf is signed in gatherings **-****** : the third leaf is signed in 
gatherings A-Hh. 
BJVL, Bodl. 

220 



OVID'S [ METAMORPHOSES | . . . } VOLUME THE SECOND, j 298 

"'" """ (2)(d) 

FoHo in fours, i leaf, A, B 4 , 3 leaves, C-L1 4 , Mm 1 . Title, verso blank; I 73 2 
text, pp. 249-524 ; index to both volumes, 4 pp. 

The third leaf of every gathering is signed. P. 294 is misnumbered 894. 
The three unsigned leaves following B 4 are plates, counted in the pagina- 
tion. Leaf X 3 is a cancel: the engraving was omitted from the original leaf. 
The Bodleian copy has both leaves. 
B.M., Bodl. 

*% Editions were also published in 1751, 1773, 1794, 1807, 1810, 1812 1813 
1815, 1818, 1822, and 1836. 

OVID's | METAMORPHOSES. I In Fifteen BOOKS. I A j New 299 
TRANSLATION. | [ By Several HANDS. I I Adorn'd with (i) (a) 
CUTS. | | VOLUME I. | | [ornament] | | LONDON, \ 1717 
Printed for A. Bettesworth and W. Taylor in Pater-Noster-\Row> 
E. Curtt in Fleet-Street, and /, Browne without | Temple-Bar. 
1717. Price 6 s. 

12. A 11 , B-O 12 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Barnham Goode, signed 

G[eorge] Sewell, pp. [i]-xviii; list of contributors, p. xix; i p. blank; 

text, pp. 1-299 ; i p. blank; index, n pp. ; list of contributors and directions 

to binder, i p. 

Frontispiece facing title, and plates facing pp. i, 39, 77, in, 151, 181, 217, 

and 257, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

The sixth leaf of every gathering except D is signed: N3 is unsigned. 

P. 203 is misnumbered 103. 

Leaf 17 is a cancel. The directions to the binder show that it was printed 

as the last leaf of gathering A, and that An, which appears in some copies, 

was meant to be cancelled. 

Yale, Harv. 

OVID's | METAMORPHOSES. | Made ENGLISH. I I By 299 
several HANDS. | j VOLUME II. | | [ornament] | | LON- (2) (a) 
DON: | Printed for A, Bettesworth and W. Taylor in | Pater-Nosier- 1717 
Row, E. Curll in Fleetstreet, \ and /. Brown without Temple Bar. 
1717. 

12. i leaf, A~K 12 , L u . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-252; index, 10 pp. 
Plates facing pp. i, 35, 67, 100, 129, 175, and 215, not counted in signatures 
or pagination. 

The sixth leaf of every gathering except L is signed: A 5 and L 5 are un- 
signed. 
Yale, Harv. 

221 



299 OFID's I METAMORPHOSES. | In FIFTEEN BOOKS. | Made 

(i) (b) ENGLISH "by | SEVERAL HANDS. | [ ADORNED with 

1724 CUTS. | | VOLUME 1. 1 | The Second EDITION, with great 

Improvements | By Mr. SEWELL. \ | [ornament] | LONDON: \ 

Printed by S. PALMER, for A. BETTESWORTH, j at the 

Red-Lyon, and E. TAYLOR, at the Black-\Swan, both in Pater- 

Nosier-row; W. HEARS, at the | Lamb without Temple-Barr ; 

and T. WOODWARD, | at the Half-Moon against St. Dunstan's 

Church, in [ Fleet-street. MDCCXXIV. 

12. A 6 , B-M 12 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Barnham Goode, Esq., 

signed G[eorge] Sewell, pp. [i]-x; text, pp. 1-258; index to volume i, and 

list of translators for both volumes, 6 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 33, 67, 95, 129, 155, 187, 

and 221, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

B 3 and C 3 are misprinted B 2 and G 3 : F 6, H 6, 16, L 6, and M 6 are 

signed. The following pages are misnumbered : 1 98 (298) , 1 99 (299) ,218(118), 

219 (119)- 

Yale, Harv. 



299 OVID's | METAMORPHOSES. | Made ENGLISH by j . . . [ 
(2) (b) VOLUME II. I ... 1 ... W. TAYLOR, ... | ... | Fleetstreet. 
1724 MDCCXXIV. 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
12. A-I 12 , K 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-224; index, 4 pp. 
Plates, facing pp. 3, 33, 61, 90, 115, 156, and 192, not counted in signatures 
or pagination. 

B4 is unsigned: E 6, G6, and H 6 are signed: the volume-signature is 
omitted from H i, 1 1, and K i. Pp. 203, 221, and 224 are misnumbered 
303, 121, and 124. 
Yale, Harv. 

299 OFID's I METAMORPHOSES. | In FIFTEEN BOOKS. | Made 
M ( C ) ENGLISH by | SEVERAL HANDS. | | ADORN'D with 
1733 CUTS - 1 I VOLUME I. | | The Third EDITION, with great 
Improvements, | By Mr. SEWELL. \ \ [ornament] | | LON- 
DON: | Printed for A. BETTESWORTH and C. HITCH in | 
Pater-noster-row, W. MEARS on Ludgate-ffill, \ T. WOODWARD 
in Fleetstreet, T. ASTLEY in | St. Paul's Church-Yard; and Sold 
by J. OSBORN | at the Golden-Ball in Pater-noster-row. 1733. 

222 



12. A 6 , B-M 12 . Title verso blank; dedication, to Bamham Goode, signed 
G[eorge] Sewell, pp. [i]-x ; text, pp. 1-258 ; index, and list of translators, 
6pp. 

Frontispiece, and plates facing pp. I, 33, 66, 95, 129, 155, 186, and 221, not 
counted in signatures or pagination. 

A 3 is unsigned. The sixth leaf is signed in gatherings B-M. P. 223 is mis- 
numbered 123. 
Yale, Harv. 

OVID f s I METAMORPHOSES. | Made ... j ... | VOLUME II. | 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 

12. A-I 12 , K 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-221 ; index, 7 pp. 

Plates facing pp. 3, 33, 61, 89, 113, 155, and 189, not counted in signatures 

or pagination. 

B 4, C 4, and K 3 are unsigned. 

In some copies leaves I 3 and 1 4 are, by an error of imposition, transposed 

with leaves I 5 and I 6, with a corresponding disarrangement of signatures 

and page-numbers. 

Yale, Harv. 

THE | PARSON'S Daughter. | A | TALE, j For the Use of pretty 
GIRLS with | small FORTUNES. | | [3 lines of verse, from 
Virgil] | | To which are added, [ EPIGRAMS, and the COURT 
BALLAD, j By Mr. POPE. | From correct COPIES. | j LON- 
DON, | Printed for /. Harris near St. James's Bagnio. 1717. I 
Price Six Pence. 

8 in fours, i leaf, A, C 4 , D 3 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-22. 
The only poem by Pope (and the only one ascribed to him in the body of 
the book) is The Court Ballad. The title-page is purposely ambiguous. 
Yale, Harv. 

POEMS | BY THE | Earl of ROSCOMMON. \ To which is added, 
An ESSAY on POETRY, I By the Earl of MULGRAVE, now 
Duke of BUCKINGHAM. \ Together with | POEMS 1 By Mr. 
RICHARD DUKE. \ = | LONDON: | Printed for J. TONSON, 
at Shakespear's \ Head over-against Katharine-street in I the 
Strand. M DCC XVII. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

223 



299 

(2) (C) 



300 

1717 



301 



1717 



8. A 8 , a 2 , B-L1 8 , Mm 4 . Title, verso blank ; preface, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 

4 pp.; commendatory verse, 12 pp.; text, pp. [i]-53 6 - 

E 4, K 4, L 3, Ee 4, and Hh 4 are unsigned: Bb 4, li 4 and (in some copies) 

LI 3 are misprinted B 4, 1 4, and LI 3. The following pages are misnnmbered : 

263 (163), 275 (175), 393 (363), 431 (401)* 495 (465) : in some copies 222 (22), 

244 (234), 363 (36). 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

302 POEMS | ON SEVERAL | OCCASIONS: | VIZ. \ WALLER'S 
1717 Anniversary on the Go-|vernment of the LORD PROTECTOR, 

ANNO 1655. | A | Pastoral Courtship, 6-c. | [row of ornaments] 

[ornament] | [row of ornaments] | LONDON: Printed by H. P. for 

J. ROBERTS, near | the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane. 1717. j 

Price One Shilling. 

8. 2 leaves, B-E 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp.; text, pp. [13-64. 

D 5 is signed D 4. 

Bodl. Yale, Harv. 

303 THE I RAPE of the SMOCK. | AN | HEROI-COMICAL | POEM. | 
1717 1 In Two BOOKS. | | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed 

for R. BURLEIGH, in Amen-\Corner. 1717. [Price I s.] 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B-F 4 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; 

preface, 4 pp. ; text, pp. [i]~39 ; book-list of E. Curll, I p. 

C 2 is unsigned. 

This book was later incorporated in The Ladies Miscellany, 1718 (Book 306) . 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

303 (b) THE I RAPE of the SMOCK. | AN J HEROI-COMICAL | POEM. | 
_ I la Two BOOKS, j | By Mr. JACOB. \ \ The SECOND 
EDITION, j | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for 
H. CURLL, over-against Catherine-street \ in the Strand. 1727. 
Price i s. 

8 in fours. A-E 4 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; preface, 

4 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-32. 

A 3 is misprinted A 2. 

This edition was later incorporated in The Altar of Love, 1727 (Book 340). 

Harv. 

224 



THE i RAPE of the SMOCK. | AN | HEROI-COMICAL | POEM. | 303 (c) 

I By Mr. JACOB. I I The THIRD EDITION. | J With 1736 
other MISCELLANIES. | j [ornament] | | LONDON: \ 
Printed for E. CURLL, at Pope's Head, in Rose-Street, j Covent- 
Garden, 1736. Price One SMlHng. 

8 in fours. A-D 4 , A 3 , B s C 4 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; 
blank, p. [4]; preface, signed G[iies] J Jacob], pp. [5, 6]; text, pp. [71-32, 
[3]~ 2 3 > J P* blank. 
Harv. 

The Virgin Muse, j Being a Collection of j POEMS j From our 304 
most Celebrated [ ENGLISH POETS. \ Designed for the Use of [ 1717 
Young Gentlemen and Ladies, \ At SCHOOLS. | (To which are 
added | Some Copies of Verses never before | Printed: [ With 
Notes, and a Large \ Index, explaining the difficult Places, \ and 
all the hard Words. \ | By JAMES GREENWOOD, \ Author of 
the Essay towards a Practical English \ Grammar, and Teacher of 
a Boarding-School at | Woodford, in Essex. \ 1 LONDON, 
Printed: And are to be sold by T. Varnam \ and J. Osborne at the 
Oxford Arms in Lombard street, \ R. Halsey in St. Michael's Church- 
Porch, /. Brother-\ton at the Black Bull in Cornhil, and Jonas 
Brown at | the Black Swan without Temple Bar. 1717. 
The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 
12 in sixes. A-T 6 , U 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to Emma, 
Susanna and Anne Child, Elizabeth Hillersdon, Elizabeth Godfrey, Anne 
Perry, Anne Milner, Elizabeth Lingard and Judith Butler, signed James 
Greenwood, pp. iii, iv ; preface, pp. v, vi ; table of contents and advertise- 
ment, pp. vii-xii; text, pp. 1-220. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 
The third leaf is unsigned in every gathering except A, D, E, and K. 
L 2 and R 2 are unsigned. B 3 is unsigned and B 4 is signed B 3 : the leaves 
are consequently sometimes interchanged. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

THE | VIRGIN MUSE. | Being a Collection of | POEMS | From 304 (b) 
our most Celebrated | ENGLISH POETS. \ Designed for the Use 1722 
of | Young Gentlemen and Ladies. | AT J SCHOOLS. \ \ To 
which are added | Some Copies of Verses never before Prin-|ted: 
With Notes, and a Large Index, explaining the [ difficult Places, and 

225 Gg 



all the hard Words. | | By JAMES GREENWOOD, \ Author of 
the Essay towards a Practical English Gram-\mar, and Sur-Master 
of St. Paul's School. | j The SECOND EDITION. | - | LON- 
DON: | Printed and Sold by J. WYAT at the Rose in St. 
Paul's Church-yard; j A. BETTESWORTH at the Red Lyon 
in Pater-noster-Row; J. OSBORN | at the Oxford- Arms in 
Lombard-street; J. BROTHERTON at the Bible in | Cornhill; 
and J. MORLEY at the Cross-Keys in the Poultry. 1722. 

This is the same book as the first edition: the original title-page has been 
cancelled and a new one substituted. 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks leaves E 3, E 4). 



305 Familiar Letters \ OF | LOVE, GALLANTRY, | And several 
I7 l8 OCCASIONS, | By the WITS" of the ksfaiid present Age. j VIZ. \ 
Mr. BUTLER, Aiithor' W\"WuMB^SS7\"W.' FLAT MAN. 
Mr. DRYDEN. | Mr. CONGREVE. | Mr. WYCHERLEY, | Mr. 
DENNIS. | Mr.FARQUHAR. | Mr. EDW. WARD. | Mr.MOYLE. 
Mr. OTWAY. | Mrs. BEHN. | Mrs. MANLY, | Mrs. TROTTER. 

Mrs. CENT LIVRE. | Sir I Sir R. L'ESTRANGE. I Sir 

| sir JOHN DENHAM. | Sir GEO. ETHEREGE. | 

Earl of CLARENDON. | Earl of DORSET. I D. of BUCKING- 
HAM. | D. of DEVONSHIRE, &c. \ From their ORIGINALS. 
With their EFFIGIES Curiously Engraved by the Best Masters. 
Together with | Mr. T. Brown's Remains ; ] Being LETTERS and 
DIALOGUES on'te"j"Tim^ in his Works. | | The 

whole in Two Volumes, Compleat. | | LONDON, Printed for 
SAM. BRISCOE. | R. Smith, G. Strahan, E. Symons, /. Osborne, 
J. Broiherion, j at the Royal Exchange: W. Taylor, A. Bettesworth, 
J. | Batley, in Pater-noster-row: J. Brown, W. Hears, F. Clay, \ 
without Temple-bar: J. Barnes, J. Greaves, in St, | James's; and 
J". Morphew near Stationers-Hall. 1718. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. The names of the 
authors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, reversed, between the 
columns. 

12. i leaf, A 4 , B~L 12 , M 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the nobility 
and gentry of Britain, signed Sam. Briscoe, 4 pp. ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; 
text, pp. 1-256. 

226 



Frontispiece, facing the title, and plates facing pp. i, 29, and 121, not 

counted in signatures or pagination. 

E 6 is signed 5. B i, G i, H i, I i, and K i have the volume-signature 

'VOL. I.': E i and F i have the volume-signature 'VOL. IL* P. 251 is 

misnumbered 151. 

Library of Professor R. G. Ham, New Haven, Conn. 

The second volume (a copy of which is also in Professor Ham's library), does 

not contain enough verse to justify its inclusion in this bibliography. 



Familiar Letters 
THE [ WITS . 
HUDIBRASA . 



. , 1 And several other | OCCASIONS: I BY 
AGE. | VIZ. \ Mr. BUTLER, Author of | 
I" MrfEDWARD WARD. I ... I Mrs. CENT 



305 (f ) 

1724 



LIVRE. I Sir R. I/ESTRANGE. 
GARTH. I Sir JOHN DENHAM. 
. . . ! From their ORIGINALS. ] 



Sir. 



Sir SAMUEL 



_ Sir GEORGE ETHEREGE. | 
With their EFFIGES curiously 

In Two VOLUMES. | 

The Sixth EDITION, with Additions, Corrected. | | LONDON: 
Printed for SAM. BRISCOE, at the Bell-Savage on | Ludgat'e-Hill, 
1724. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. It follows that of the 

edition of 1718, with the differences indicated. The names of the authors 

are in two columns divided by a single line of rule. 

12. i leaf, A 4 , B-L 12 , M 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the nobility 

and gentry of Britain, signed Sam. Briscoe, 4 pp. ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; 

text, pp. [i]-256. 

Frontispiece, facing the title, and plates, facing pp. i, 29, and 121, not 

counted in signatures or pagination. 

P. 143 is misnumbered 119. 

Harv. 

The second volume (a copy of which is at Harvard), does not contain 

enough verse to justify its inclusion in this bibliography. 

THE | LADIES | MISCELLANY. | Consisting of ORIGINAL 306 

POEMS, | By the most Eminent HANDS. | VIZ \ [6 titles] | 1718 
To which are ADDED, | COURT-POEMS, on Several OC- 
CASIONS. | | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for E. 
CURLL in Fleetstreet. 1718 | [Price 5 $.] 

8 in fours. 2 leaves ; 4 leaves, B 4 , C 3 , D-F 4 ; 4 leaves, B-F 4 , i leaf ; 4 leaves, 
B-F 4 ; 4 leaves, C, D 4 ; I leaf, B-D 4 , E 3 ; A 2-A 4, B, C 4 , D*, B-D 4 , E 2 ; 
3 leaves, B-F 4 . i p, blank, frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank: half-title 

227 



(The Art of Dress, 2nd ed., by Breval), verso blank; title, verso blank; 
dedication, to the toasts of Great Britain, signed J. D. Bjreval], 4 pp.; 
text, pp. [i]-35; book-list of E. Curll, pp. [i]~s: half-title (The Hoop- 
Petticoat, by Breval), verso blank ; title, verso blank; preface, signed Joseph 
Gay, pp. i-iii; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-42: i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; 
title (The Rape of the Smock, by Giles Jacob), verso blank; preface, 4 pp. ; 
text, pp. [i]~39 ; book-list of E. Curll, i p. : half-title (Beauty and Virtue, 
by Chute), verso blank; title, verso blank; text, pp. i, 6-20; book-list of 
E. Curll, pp. 1-4: title (An Ode to the Memory of . . . the Countess of Berkeley, 
by Newcomb), i p.; commendatory letter, i p.; text, pp. 1-30: text (Court 
Poems, Part II), pp. 3-8, 1-20, 1-28: i p. blank; frontispiece (to The Force 
of Religion, by Young), i p. ; dedication, to the Countess of Salisbury, 
signed Edward Young, 6 pp. ; text, pp. 1-38. 

This is a made-up miscellany: the divisions between the component parts 
are indicated by semi-colons in the collation by signatures, and by colons 
in the collation by pages. Two of the parts are themselves miscellanies : see 
The Rape of the Smock (Book 303), and Court Poems (a made-up miscellany) 
(Book 295 (2) (a)). 

Yale (lacks half-titles to The Art of Dress and The Hoop-Petticoat], Harv. 
(lacks D 3 and D 4 of Beauty and Virtue, and all of The Force of Religion) , 



306 (c) THE ] LADIES MISCELLANY, j Being, A | COLLECTION | OF | 
1732 Original POEMS, NOVELS, and other | Curious TRACTS. | By 
the most Eminent Hands. | | The THIRD EDITION. | | 
[ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL, at CON- 
GREVE'S-HEAD, | in Burleigh-Street, over-against the Savoy, in 
the | Strand. MD.CC.XXXII. | (Price Six Shillings.) 

8 in fours. 2 leaves; A 2-A 4, B-D 4 ; 4 leaves, B-F 4 ; 3 leaves, B 4 , C 3 , 
D-F 4 ; A-G 4 ; A-E 4 ; A-D 4 ; i leaf, A 4 , 2 leaves, B-Q 4 , i leaf, i p. blank; 
frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank: dedication (of pamphlet containing 
poetical theses attributed to R. Moss), to Mrs. Elizabeth Pratt, signed E. 
Curll, pp. [3-8] ; text, pp, 9-32 : i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title (The 
Force of Religion, by Young), verso blank; dedication, to the Countess of 
Salisbury, signed Edward Young, 6 pp. ; text, including plate, pp. 1-38 : 
title (The Art of Dress, by Breval), verso blank; dedication, to the toasts 
of Great Britain, signed J. D. B[reval], 4 pp.; text, pp, [i]-35; book-list 
of E. Curll, pp. [i]~3: title (MacDermott, by Breval), verso blank; dedica- 
tion, to the Fortune-Hunters, etc., and errata, 6 pp. ; text, pp. [i]~48 : title 
(The Metamorphoses of the Town, by Mrs. Thomas), p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; 
text, pp. [31-40: title (The Thresher's Miscellany, by Arthur Duck), verso 
blank ; dedication, to the Earl of Macclesfield, signed Arthur Duck, 2 pp. ; 
life of Duck, 4 pp.; text, pp. [i]-24: i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title 
(Mrs. Manley's History of her own Life and Times), p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; 

228 



preface, signed E. Curll, pp. [iii]-viii; 'translator's' preface, pp. fij-iv; 

text, pp. [i]-i2o; key, 2 pp. 

L 2 is unsigned. 

This is a made-up miscellany. The frontispiece of the volume is the same 

as that prefixed to the 1718 edition : it will be noted that the contents of the 

two ' editions * differ widely. 

Yale. 

LETTERS, | POEMS, | AND | TALES: I AMOROUS, 307 
SATYRICAL, | and GALLANT. | Which passed between ( 1718 
Several PERSONS of Distinction. | | Now first Published from 
their respective | Originals, found in the Cabinet of that | Cele- 
brated Toast Mrs. ANNE LONG, | since her Decease. | | 
[ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL in Fleetstreet. 

1718. | [Price Two Shillings.] 

80 in fours. 2 leaves, B-M 4 , N 2 ; B, C 4 , D 2 , A, A 4 . Title, verso blank; table 
of contents, 2 pp.: text, pp. [i]~92: [I]~IQ: book-lists of E. Curll, i p.; 
8 pp. ; 8 pp. 

A 2 in the first of the 8-page book-lists of E. Curll is unsigned. 
This is a made-up miscellany: the second series of signatures is a remainder 
copy of a pamphlet entitled An Epistle to the Right Honourable Joseph 
Addison, Esq., from which the title-page and perhaps some other prelimin- 
ary matter has been removed. This miscellany was in turn incorporated in 
a larger made-up miscellany, A Second Collection of Miscellanies, 1720 
(Book 316). 

B.M. (lacks last 8 leaves), Bodl. (lacks last 16 leaves), Yale, Harv. (lacks 
leaf X D i and last 16 leaves). 

THE | Court Miscellany, | IN | PROSE and VERSE. | 308 (i) 
NUMBER 1. 1 To be continued Occasionally. | | CONTAINING, 1719 
[5 titles] | | LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL in Fleetstreet, 

1719. | (Price Six-pence.) 

8 in fours. A-C 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank p. [2] ; text, pp, 3-24. 
B.M., Bodl. 

THE | COURT | MISCELLANY. | | NUMBER II. j To be 308 (2) 
continued Occasionally. | | CONTAINING, | [5 titles] | LON- ? 1719 
DON: | Printed for E. CURLL in Fleetstreet. \ (Price Six-pence.) 

i leaf, D-F 4 , i leaf. Title, p. [25] ; blank, p. [26] ; text, pp. 27-51 ; i p. blank. 
Bodl. 

229 



309 MUSAPMDIA, \ OR j Miscellany POEMS, | Never before 
1719 Printed. I j By several Members of the OXFORD Poetical | 
Club, late of ETON and WESTMINSTER. | | [3 lines of verse, 
from Horace] ( j [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for 
R. FRANCKLIN, at the Sun against \ St. Dunstan's Church, in 
Fleet-street. 1719. | (Price 2 s. 6 d. stitch'd.) 
8 in fours. A 2 , B-U 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. pi] ; preface, pp. [iii], iv; text, 

PP. M-I52. 

T 2 and U 2 are unsigned. 

E i is a cancel. 

BodL, Yale. 

309 (b) MUSAP&DIA, | . . . | [ornament] | | The SECOND EDITION. 
1719 | | LONDON: \ . . . 

This is the same book as the first issue: the title-page is a cancel, but leaf 

E i appears to be the original : it differs from the cancel leaf E i of the first 

issue in having two poems, while the cancel leaf contains one. 

The title follows that of the first issue, with the differences indicated. 

Bodl. 



309 (c) MUSAPMDIA } \ 
1719 _ ] LONDON: 



[ornament] | | The SECOND EDITION. ] 



stitch'd, 35. bound. 



The title follows that of the first issue, with the differences indicated. 
Except for the title-page, which is a cancel, this book is like the other issue 
of the 'second edition*. 
Bodl. 

310 Musarum Lachrymae: \ OR, | POEMS | To the MEMORY of | 
1719 NICHOLAS ROWE, Esq;\ \ By Several Hands. \ | To which 
are prefixed: Some | MEMOIRS of his LIFE and WRITINGS. 
I By Mr. HALES. | | [4 lines of verse, from Congreve] | 
LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL in Fleet-street. MDCCXIX. 
(Price is. 6d.) 

8 in fours. 3 leaves, B I 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Congreve, 

signed Ch[arles] Beckingham, 4 pp.; life of Rowe, by S[teph.en] Hales, 

pp. [i]-n; book-list of E. Curll, p. [12]; text, pp. [i3]-62; book-list of 

E. Curll, 2 pp. 

D 2 is misprinted B 2. F 2 is a cancel. 

B.M., Harv. 

230 



Divine and Moral | SUBJECTS. [ Originals & 311 
By Dr. PATRICK, late Lord Bishop | of ELY, 1719 



POEMS | UPON 

Translations. \ t 

and other Eminent Hands. [ | [ornament] | | LONDON, 

Printed for W. HEARS at the | Lamb, and R CLAY at the Bible 

and Star, both | without Temple-Bar. 1719. 

8 in fours. A-T 4 , U, * 2 , A, B 4 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to William 

[Talbot], Bishop of Sarum, 4 pp. ; preface, in verse, by Bishop [Simon] 

Patrick, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-148; table of contents, 3 pp. ; i p. blank; book- 

list of John Darby, pp. 1-16. 

The gathering signed * was probably intended to be placed after 1 A 4 : it is 

found in that position in the Bodleian and Yale copies. However, the 

catchword at the foot of * A 4 V agrees with the first word on 1 B i , and not 

with the first word of the table of contents. 

B.M. (lacks book-list), Bodl. (lacks book-list), Yale. 

TUN BRIG ALIA: \ OR, | Tunbridge Miscellanies, | For the Year 312 
1719. | | [2 lines of verse, from Martial] | | [ornament] | ( 1719 
LONDON: \ Printed in the Year M DCC XIX. | (Price One 
Shilling.) 

8 in fours. A-I 4 . Title, p, [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3]-y2. 
B.M., Harv. 

TUN BRIG ALIA: \ OR, | Tunbridge Miscellanies, | For the Year 312 (b) 

1719. | | PART I. | | [2 lines of verse, from Martial] | [ 1719 

The SECOND EDITION. | | [ornament] | LONDON: \ Printed 

for THOMAS BROWNE ; and Sold by the | Booksellers of London 

and Westminster. 1719. | (Price One Shilling.) 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B-I 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3]~72. 

Harv. 

THE | Edinburgh Miscellany: \ Consisting of | ORIGINAL 313 

I 1720 



POEMS, | TRANSLATIONS, &c. \ \ 

VOL. II | [i line of verse, from Horace] | j [ornament] 
EDINBURGH, \ Printed by J. M'EUEN and COMPANY, and 
to | be sold at the said /. M' Even's Shop in Edinburgh, \ MDCCXX. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

Half-title: [row of ornaments] | THE | Edinburgh Miscellany: | Consisting 
of | ORIGINAL POEMS | TRANSLATIONS, &c. \ [row of ornaments] 
8. a, A-R 8 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; dedication, to the 

231 



Earl of Lauderdale, signed 'The Publishers', i p.; i p. blank; preface, 
signed W. C., pp. i-iv ; table of contents, and errata, 5 pp. ; i p. blank ; 
text, pp. 1-271 ; i p. blank. 

I 3 and M 3 are unsigned : a 4 is misprinted a 3 : the fourth leaf of each of 
the remaining gatherings is unsigned. P. 202 is misnumbered 102. 

Bodl. 

Apparently no second volume was published. 

314 (b) ELOISA | TO I ABELARD. | | Written by Mr. POPE. | | 
1720 The SECOND EDITION. | | [ornament] | LONDON: \ Printed 

for BERNARD LINTOT, at the Cross-Keys \ between the Temple- 
Gates in Fleet-Street. \ M DCC XX. 

8. A-D 8 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; argument, p. [4] ; 

text, pp. [5]-63, i p. 

D 3 is unsigned: B 3 is misprinted F 3. 

The book contains verses by five persons beside Pope. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

315 A NEW I MISCELLANY j OF | Original POEMS, | TRANSLA- 
1720 TIONS and IMITATIONS. | By the most Eminent Hands, | VIZ. 

Mr. PRIOR, | Mr. POPE, | Mr. HUGHES, | Mr. HARCOURT, 
Lady M. W. M. | Mrs. MANLEY, &c. | j Now first Published 
from their Respective | MANUSCRIPTS. | | With some 
Familiar Letters by the late Earl of | ROCHESTER, never before 
Printed. | | [ornament] | | LONDON, j Printed for 
T. JAUNCY at the Angel without | Temple Bar. 1720. | Price 5 s. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, A-Aaa 4 , Bbb 2 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, 

verso blank; preface, signed A[nthony] H[ammond], 2 pp. ; table of contents 

and errata, 5 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-371 ; i p. blank. 

A 2 is unsigned. The following pages are misnumbered: 289 (287), 290 

(288), 306 (206), 307 (207), 314 (214), 315 (215), 344 (346). 

B.M., Yale (lacks gathering A), Harv. 

316 A I Second Collection I OF 1 MISCELLANIES. | | Written by 
, _, LONDON: j 

in War wick- 
Lane. MDCCXX. 

Half-title: [row of ornaments] | Dean SWIFT'S | Second 
CoUection | OF | MISCELLANIES. | [row of ornaments] 

232 



1720 JONATHAN SWIFT, D.D. | | [ornament] | 
Printed for J. ROBERTS, near the Oxford-Arms 



8 in fours. 2 leaves; A-G 4 ; 4 leaves, R~D 4 ; A 2 , B-D 4 , E 2 ; 2 leaves, a, B, 
C 4 , D 2 ; 2 leaves, B-M 4 , N 2 , B, C 4 , D 2 , A, A 4 . Half-title, verso blank ; title, 
verso blank: title (The Art of Punning, 2nd ed., by Swift), verso blank; 
dedication, to Sir John Scrub, signed Tom Pun-Sibi, 3 pp.; preliminary 
verse, 4 pp. ; addendum to preface, i p. ; preface, pp. i-xiii ; i p. blank ; 
text, pp. 1-27; another preface, 4 pp. ; i p. blank: half -title (The Right of 
Precedence between Physicians and Civilians Enquired into, 2nd ed., by 
Swift), p. [i] ; letter concerning authorship, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; blank, 
p. [4] ; text, pp. 5-32: title (A Defence of English Commodities), verso blank ; 
preface, 2 pp.; text, pp. 1-28: half-title (The Swearer's Bank, by Swift), 
verso blank; title, verso blank; dedication, to the Company of Stock- 
jobbers, signed Thomas Hope, pp. [i]-viii; text, pp. 1-15; book-list of 
J. Roberts, p. [16]; text, pp. 17-19; i p. blank: title (Letters, Poems, and 
Tales, etc.), verso blank; table of contents, 2 pp.; text, pp. [ij-gz, [i]-i9; 
book-lists of E. Curll, i p., 8 pp., 8 pp. 

A 2 in A Defence of English Commodities is signed: A 2 in the first of the 
8-page book-lists of E. Curll is unsigned. 

This is a made-up volume composed of five pamphlets bound together with 
a half-title and a title-page to the collection. The fifth pamphlet, itself a 
made-up miscellany, is the only part containing poems by various authors. 
See Letters, Poems, and Tales: Amorous, Satyrical, and Gallant, 1718 
(Book 307). 
Yale. 

Carmina Comitialia | Cantabrigiensia. \ | EdidtiV.~B. Coll. Trin. 317 

Sorius. | | [ornament] | I LONDINI: \ Typis J. REDMAYNE, 1721 

MDCCXXI. 

8 in fours. A-M 4 . Title, p. [i] ; errata (small slip pasted on), p. [2] ; preface, 

PP- [3] 4; tex t, pp. Cfh9 6 - 

G 2 is unsigned : M 2 is signed on the verso. 

The book contains verse in Latin only. The editor was Vincent Bourne. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale. 

CUPID's BEE-HIVE: | OR, [ The STING of LOVE. | Translated 318 
from BONEFONIUS, | By several Hands. With Some Original 1721 
Poems. | [6 titles] | By Mr. ADDISON. \ [vignette] | LONDON: 
Printed for E. CURL, at the | Dial and Bible over against 
Catherine-Street, in | the Strand,, M.DCCXXI. Price i s. 6 d. 
8 in fours, i leaf, B~M 4 , N 3 . Title, verso blank ; text, pp. [i]~94- 
Yale, Harv, (title-page mutilated). 

THE I GROVE; I OR, A I COLLECTION ] OF I ORIGINAL 319 
POEMS, | TRANSLATIONS, &c. | By | W. WALSH, Esq; | 1721 

233 nh 



Dr. J. DONNE, j Mr. DRYDEN. | Mr. HALL of Hereford. \ The 

Lady E - - - M j Mr. BUTLER, Author | of Hudibras. \ Mr. 

STEPNEY. | Sir JOHN SUCKLING. | Dr. KENRICK. | And 
other EMINENT HANDS. | | [i line of verse, from Virgil] | \ 
[ornament] | j LONDON: \ Printed for W. HEARS, at the Lamb 
without [ Temple-Bar. 1721. 

The names of the authors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 

reversed, between the columns. 

8. A, b, B-Z 8 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; preface, pp. [iii]-v ; i p. blank ; 

list of subscribers, 9 pp. ; errata, i p. ; table of contents, 6 pp. ; prefatory 

essay to first poem, 8 pp. ; text, 2 pp., [i]-352. 

b 3 is misprinted a 3 : b 4, N 3, P 3, R 3, U 3, U 4, Y 3 and, in some copies, 

P 4 are unsigned: b 5 is signed b 4: N 3 V is signed N 3. P. 248 is misnum- 

bered 228. 

BJVL, BodL, Yale, Harv. 

319 (b) A | MISCELLANY | OF | ORIGINAL POEMS, | TRANS- 
1732 LATIONS, &c. | Collected, and Published by Mr. THEOBALD. 

Written by | W. WALSH, Esq; \ Dr. J. DONNE. | Mr. DRYDEN. 
Mr. HALL of Hereford. \ The Lady E - - - M - - - | Mr. BUTLER, 
Author | of Hudibras. \ Mr. STEPNEY. | Sir JOHN SUCKLING. I 
Dr. KENRICK. | And other EMINENT HANDS. | | [i line of 
verse, from Virgil] | | [ornament] | | LONDON, \ Printed for 
W. MEARS, at the Lamb in the | OM-Baily. | | M DCC XXXII. 

The names of the authors are in two columns divided by a pair of brackets, 

reversed. 

This is a reissue of the book just described: the title-page is a cancel. 

Harv. 

320 (i) A | Miscellaneous Collection \ OF [ POEMS, | Songs and Epigrams. 
1721 | By several Hands. | | Published by T. M. GENT. | 

VOL. I. | | [2 lines of verse, from Martial] | | [ornament] 
= | Dublin: Printed by A. RHAMES, 1721. 

12. A-L 12 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed T. M[osse], 3 pp.; i p. 

blank; list of subscribers, 10 pp.; tables of contents, for both volumes, 

4 PP-> 4 PP* ' text, pp. 1-240. 

A 3 is unsigned. P. 233 is misnumbered 333. 

The catchword at the foot of the last page of the table of contents of the 

first volume refers to the first word of the table of the second volume, not 

234 



to the first word of the text of the first volume: the catchword at the foot 

of the last page of the table of the second volume refers to the first word of 

the text of the second volume. 

The ascription of the editorship to Mosse is usual, but I have found no 

better authority than the lettering, 'Mosse's Poems', on the contemporary 

binding of the Bodleian copy. 

B.M., Bodi, Harv. 

A | Miscellaneous Collection | . . . | VOL. II. | . . . 320 (2) 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 1721 

120. A-L 12 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-264. 

L ii is signed % but it does not appear to be a cancel. Pp. 113, 210, 258, 

and 259 are misnumbered 133, no, 259, and 258: in some copies p. 71 is 

unnumbered. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

MISCELLANIES | IN | PROSE | AND | VERSE. \-\The 321 (d) 

Fourth Edition, with the following Additions. \ | VIZ. \ [list of 1721 

contents, 5 items] | | DUBLIN: \ Printed by S. Fairbrother, 

Book-Seller, and are | to be Sold at Ms Shop in Skinner-Row, over j 

against the Tholsel, 2721. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. A 4 , B-R 8 , **, S 8 , T 4 . Title, verso blank; publisher's preface, 4 pp.; 

table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [13-256, 2 pp., 257-279 ; i p. blank. 

A 2 V is signed S 3 : L 3 and N 3 are unsigned : L 4 and R 4 are misprinted 

L3 and Q 4. The following pages are misnumbered: 53 (33), 159 (259), 

171 (150), 185 (158), 206 (06), 207 (107), 218 (118), 219 (119). 

B.M. 

The first and second editions of this book contain verse by Swift only: 

I have not seen the third edition. 

PANCHARIS Queen of Love: \ OR, | WOMAN Unveil'd. | BEING j 322 
The BASIA of BONEFONIUS. | Containing | The whole ART of 1721 
KISSING, in all | its Varieties; and the many different Strata- 
gems | used in Love' s-Warf are, till its Completion, in | Consumma- 
tion. | | [2 lines of verse, from Dryden, and 2 lines of verse, 
from Cowley] | | Translated by several Hands. \ | LONDON: 
Printed for E. CURLL, at the | Dial and Bible, over against 
Catherine-Street in | the Strand. M. DCC. XXI. Price i s. \ Where 

235 



may be had, | Bonefonius's PLEASURES of COITION: Or, the 
Nightly Sports \ of VENUS, Price i s. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-G 4 3 H 2 , A 4 , i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, i p.; 
advertisement, and errata, i p. ; text, pp. [i]-52 ; book-list of E. Curll, 8 pp. 

B.M. 

322 (b) PANCHARIS, I Queen of LOVE : \ OR, THE | ART of KISSING : \ 
1723 In all Its VARIETIES. ( Made ENGLISH from the BASIA \ of 

BONEFONIUS. | | By Several HANDS. | | [4 lines of verse, 
translated from Plato, by John Hughes: 2 lines of verse, from 
Cowley] | | Printed for DOMINICK ROACH, Opposite the 1 
Tholsel Steps, in Skinner-Row, 1723. [ | 

80 in fours. 4 leaves, B, C 4 , D 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-27; 

i p. blank. 

B 2 and C 2 are unsigned. 

This edition was published in Dublin. 

The Newberry Library, Chicago. 

323 THE I WORKS I Of the EARLS of | ROCHESTER, | ROSCOM- 

(1) (a) MON, | DORSET, | The DUKE of | DEVONSHIRE, &c. \ ' 
1721 In TWO VOLUMES. | | Adorn'd with CUTS. | | [ornament] 

| LONDON, I Printed in the Year M DCC XXI. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A~K 12 . Title, verso blank; life of Rochester, by St. Evremond, pp. i- 

xxiii; various preliminary material, pp. xxiv-lxx; text, pp. 1-168. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. xl, I, 26, and 114, not 

counted in signatures or pagination. 

D 6, E 6, F 6, and K 6 are signed. 

The first volume contains verse by Rochester only. 

Bodl. 

323 POEMS I ON I Several Occasions, \ By the EARLS of | ROSCOM- 

(2) (a) MON, | AND | DORSET, | And the DUKES of | Devonshire, 
1721 Buckinghamshire, <c. | | VOLUME II. | | [ornament] | | 

LONDON, | Printed in the Year M DCC XXL 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A-I 12 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; life of Roscommon, by G[eorge] 

236 



S[ewell], pp. iii~ix; list of Roscommon's works, p. x; text, pp. 1-200; 

table of contents of both volumes, 6 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

BodL 

THE i WORKS 1 Of the EARLS of | ROCHESTER, | ROS- 323 
COMMON, i AND I DORSET; j The DUKES of | DEVON- (i) (b) 
SHIRE, | BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, &c. | WITH | MEMOIRS of 1731 
their LIVES. 1 I In TWO VOLUMES. | | Adorned with 
CUTS. | | LONDON: \ Printed in the Year M.DCC.XXXI. 
Price 55. 

12. A, a, b, B-H 12 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; life of Rochester, by St. 
Evremond, pp. [iii]-xxvii; various preliminary material, pp. xxviii-lxxii ; 
text, pp. i 1 68. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. xl, i, 26, and 114, not 
counted in signatures or pagination. 

Only C i has a volume-signature. The letters C, J, and W are used as press- 
numbers. 

The first volume contains verse by Rochester only. 
Bodl. 

POEMS I By the EARLS of I ROSCOMMON \ AND | DORSET ; 323 

The DUKES of | DEVONSHIRE, | BUCKINGHAM, &c. | (2) (b) 
VOL. II. | | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed in the Year 1731 
M.DCC.XXXI. 

12. A 5 , a 6 , A 6-A 12, B-I 12 , K 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; life of Roscom- 

mon, by George Sewell, pp. [iii]-viii; commendatory verse, by Dryden, 

pp. ix, x; supplement to the life, pp. xi-xviii; table of contents, pp. xix- 

xxii; text, pp. [i]-2o6, 217-228. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plate, facing p. 184, not counted in signatures 

or pagination. 

a 4 and K 4 are signed. Pp. xv-xviii and 221-224 are numbered in the 

wrong comer. 

Bodl. 

THE | WORKS | ... | ... DORSET: | ... | ... VOLUMES. | 323 

With ADDITIONS, and Adorned with CUTS. | | LONDON: (i) (c) 
Printed in the Year, M.DCC.XXXIX. | (Price Five-Shillings.) 1739 
The title follows that of the edition of 1731, with the differences indicated. 
12. A 3 , B-K 12 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; table of contents, pp. iii-vi; 

237 



life of Rochester, by St. Evremond, pp. [I]-IQ ; various preliminary material, 

pp. 20-57; text, pp. 58-216. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. 33, 58, 83, and 164, not 

counted in signatures or pagination. 

A 3, E 6, F 6, G 6, H 6, I 6, and K 6 are signed. 

The first volume contains verse by Rochester only. 

Bodl. 

323 POEMS | By the EARLS of | ...)... YEAR, M.DCC.XXXIX. 

(2) (c) The title follows that of the second volume of the edition of 1731 with the 
1739 differences indicated. 

12. A 3 , B-K 12 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; table of contents, pp. iii-vi; 
life of Roscommon, by George SeweH, pp. [i]-6 ; commendatory verse, by 
Dryden, pp. [7], 8; supplement to life, pp. [93-14; text, pp. [i5]-2i6. 
. Frontispiece, facing title, and plate, facing p. 179, not counted in signatures 
or pagination. 

A 3 and the sixth leaf of every gathering are signed. P. 69 is misnurnbered 
79. 
Bodl. 



323 The POETICAL 
(i)(d) ROSCOMMON, 



WORKS | Of the EARLS of I ROCHESTER, 
AND I DORSET; I The DUKES of I DEVON^ 



1739 SHIRE, | BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, &c. | WITH | MEMOIRS of 
their LIVES. | | In TWO VOLUMES. I | Adorn'd with a New 
Set of CUTS. | I LONDON: I Printed in the Year 
M.DCC.XXXIX. Price 5 5. 

12. A-K 12 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; life of Rochester, by St. Evremond, 

pp. [iii]~xxvii ; various preliminary material, pp. xxviii-hdi; text, pp. [i]- 

168. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. xliv, i, and 26, not counted 

in signatures or pagination. 

The first volume contains verse by Rochester only. 

This edition is probably a piracy. 

Bodl. 

323 POEMS | BY THE EARLS OF | ROSCOMMON I AND I DOR- 

(2) (d) SET; | THE DUKES OF | DEVONSHIRE I AND I BUCKING- 

1739 HAMSHIRE; | AND OTHER | Eminent Hands. I I VOLUME 

II. I [ornament] I I LONDON: \ PRINTED in the YEAR 

MDCCXXXIX, 

238 



12. a, *a 8 , b 4 , B-l 12 , R. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii]; life of Roscommon, 

pp. [iii]-xiii; commendatory verse, by Dryden and Pope, pp. xiv, xv; 

book-list, i p. ; text, pp. 1-24, [i]~2oo. 

Plate, facing p. n, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

a 4, *a 2-*a 4, b 2, B 3, D 5, and G 5 are unsigned. C i, D i, E i, and F i 

have volume-signatures. P. 135 is misnumbered 235. 

Bodl. 



TUNBRIGIALIA 

For the Year 1722. 



OR, THE | Tunbridge MISCELLANY, 

| [2 lines of verse, from Virgil] J 



Printed for A. MOORE near St. Paul's \ (Price 



324 



[ornament] | 
Six Pence.) 

Half-title: [row of ornaments] | TUNBRIGIALIA ; \ OR, THE j Tun- 
bridge MISCELLANY, | For the Year 1722. | [row of ornaments] 
8 in fours, i leaf, A-C 4 , D 2 . Half-title, verso blank; title, p. [i]; blank, 
p. [2] ; preface, pp. [3, 4] ; text, pp. 5-28. 
D 2 is signed. 
B.M. 



1722 



CARMINA i QUADRAGESIMALIA I AB I MDIS CHRISTI 1 325 
OXON. | ALUMNIS COMPOSITA | ET AB | EJUSDEM (i) (a) 
JEDIS | BACCALAUREIS DETERMINANTIBUS | IN 1723 
SCHOLA | Naturalis Philosophic | PUBLICE RECITATA. I 
OXONII, | E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, | MDCCXXIII. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, A-X 4 . Title, i p. ; imprimatur, i p. ; dedication, to the 
alumni of Christ Church College, signed Carolus Este, i p. ; errata, i p. ; 
text, pp. i -i 68. 

In the Bodleian copy the page before the text is blank. 
B.M., Bodl., Yalef, Harv. 



CARMINA | QUADRAGESIMALIA | ... | ... RECITATA. | I 325 
EDITIO ALTERA. | | LONDINI, Impensis C. BATHURST, (i) (b) 
exadversum S. Dunstani, in I Vico vulgo dicto Fleetstreet. 1741 
MDCCXLL 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
12 in sixes. 6 leaves, B~Q 6 , Title, verso blank; dedication, as in first 
edition, i p. ; i p. blank; index, 8 pp.; text, pp. [i]-i8o. 
B 3, C 3, E 2, and G 2 are unsigned: N 3 is misprinted N 2. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

239 



325 CARMINA j QUADRAGESIMALIA | ... | ... RECITATA. | | 
(2) (a) VOLUMEN SECUNDUM. | | OXONII, \ E THEATRO 

1748 SHELDONIANO, | MDCCXLVIII. 

The title follows that of the first edition of the first volume, with the dif- 
ferences indicated. 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, A-T 4 , f 2 - Title, i p. ; imprimatur, i p. ; dedication, to 
the alumni of Christ Church College, signed Antonius Parsons, i p. ; i p. 
blank; preface, 4 pp. ; text, pp. 1-151 ; i p. blank; index and errata, 3 pp. ; 

1 p. blank. 

D 2, E 2, and N 2 are unsigned. 

B.M., Yalef, Harv. 

#** Both parts of the collection were reprinted in 1757 (hi Glasgow), and in 

1829. 

326 A I COLLECTION j OF OLD | BALLADS. ] Corrected from the 
(i) (a) best and most I Ancient COPIES Extant, j WITH | INTRODUC- 

1723 TIONS | HISTORICAL, CRITICAL, | or HUMOROUS. | | 
Illustrated with COPPER PLATES. | | [6 lines of verse, from 
Rowe] [ | LONDON: \ Printed for /. Roberts; and sold by 
/. Brotherton in .| Cornhill ; A . Bettesworth in Pater-Noster-Row ; 
J. Pemberton in Fleetstreet; J. Woodman in Bow-\$treet, Covent- 
Garden] and /. Stag in We$tminster-\Hall. M DCC XXIII. 

12. A 6 , B-N 12 . Title, verso blank; preface, pp. [i]-viii; table of contents, 

2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-287 ; advertisement of second volume, i p. 
Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 18, 23, 37, 64, 90, 108, 
145, 170, 195, 199, 211, 221, 227, 249, and 275, not counted in signatures 
or pagination. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

326 A ] COLLECTION | OF OLD | BALLADS. I ... I [6 lines of verse, 

(i) (b) from Rowe] | | The SECOND EDITION. | | LONDON: \ 

1723 Printed for J, Roberts, and D. Leach; and sold by | /. Brotherton 

in Cornhill; A. Bettesworth in Pater -\Noster~Row ; /. Pemberton in 

Fleetstreet; /. Woodsman in Bowstreet, Covent-Garden; and /. Stag 

in | Westminster-Hall M DCC, XXIII. 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
12. A 6 , B-N 12 . Title, verso blank; preface, pp. [ij-viii; table of contents, 
2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-286 [for 287] ; advertisement of second volume, i p. 

240 



Frontispiece and plates as in the first edition. 

L 3 is unsigned : H 4 is misprinted H 2. By a mistake in imposition pp. 286 

and 287 are transposed. 

Yale, Harv. 



A 1 COLLECTION I OF OLD | BALLADS, j . . . j [6 lines of verse, 326 
from Rowe] ( | The THIRD EDITION, j | LONDON: \ (i) (c) 
Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane; D. Leach, \ in Black and 1727 
White-Court in the Old Baily; and j J. Battely, at the Dove in 
Pater-Noster-Row. | M DCC XXVII. 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
12. A 6 , B-N 12 . Title, verso blank; preface, pp. [i]-viii; table of contents, 
2 pp. ; text, pp. [13-287 ; advertisement, i p. 
Frontispiece and plates as in the first edition. 

The first leaf of each gathering from B to G has a volume-signature. 
L 3 is unsigned. Pp. 98, 99, 167, and 284 are misnumbered 99, 98, 671, 
and 234. 
B.M., Bodl. 

A I COLLECTION J OF OLD | BALLADS. | Corrected from the 326 
best and most | Ancient COPIES Extant. | WITH | INTRODUC- (2) (a) 
TIONS | HISTORICAL and CRITICAL. ] | Illustrated with 1723 
COPPER PLATES. | j VOL. II. | | [i line of Latin verse] | 

| LONDON: \ Printed for /. Roberts, and D. Leach; and sold 
by | J. Brotherton in Cornhill; A. Bettesworth, and | /. Batley in 
Pater-Noster-Row; J. Pemberton in | Fleetstreet; J. Woodman in 
Bowstreet, Covent-Garden; \ and J. Stag in Westminster-Hall. 
M DCC XXIII. 

Half-title: [ornament] I A I COLLECTION | OF OLD | BALLADS, 6*. | 

| VOL. II. | [ornament] 

12. A 10 , B-F 12 , G 2 , H-N 12 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; 

preface, pp. [i]-xi; i p. blank; table of contents, 3 pp.; erratum, i p.; 

text, pp. [i]-266 ; advertisement, i p. ; book-list of D. Leach, I p. 

Frontispiece, facing tit|e, and plates, facing pp. i, 18, 34, 44, 68, 106, 118, 

125, 133, 137, 154, 166, i8, 191, and 222, not counted in signatures or 

pagination. 

L 5 and M 5 are unsigned. 

Yale, Harv. (lacks plate at p. 118). 

241 li 



326 A 1 COLLECTION | OF OLD | BALLADS. | . . . J VOL. II. | 
(2) (b) The SECOND EDITION, j | [i line of Latin verse] | 
1726 LONDON: \ Printed for J. ROBERTS, in Warwick-Lane; 
D. LEACH, at Locke's Head adjoining to Ludgate; and | J. 
BATTLEY, in Pater-N osier-Row. MDCCXXVL 
The title foUows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
Half-title as in the first edition. 

12. A 10 , B-F 12 , G 2 , H-N 12 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; 
preface, pp. [i]-xi; i p. blank; table of contents, 4 pp. ; text, pp. [i]~267; 
book-list of D. Leach, i p. 
Frontispiece and plates as in the first edition. 

The first leaf of each gathering from B to G has a volume-signature: 
M 5 is unsigned. 
B.M. (lacks plate at p. 118), Bodl. (lacks plate at p. 118). 

326 A I COLLECTION I OF OLD | BALLADS. | Corrected from the 
(3) (a) best and most | Ancient COPIES Extant. | WITH | INTRODUC- 
ES TIONS [ HISTORICAL and CRITICAL. | | Illustrated, with 
COPPER PLATES. | | Vol. IIL | | [i line of verse, from 
Horace] | | LONDON: \ Printed for /. Roberts, near the Oxford- 
Arms in | Warwick-Lane; D. Leach, at Lock's-Head adjoyning | to 
Ludgate, and /. Bailey, at the Dove in | Pater-Noster-Row. 
M DCC XXV. 

Half-title: [ornament] | A | COLLECTION | OF OLD | BALLADS, 6*. | 
| VOL. III. | [ornament] 

12. A", B-M 12 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; preface,, pp. [i]- 

xii; i p. blank; table of contents, 5 pp.; text, pp. [13-263; book-list of J. 

Batley, i p. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 23, 47, 62, 76, 122, 145, 

157, 172, 196, 221, and 233, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

Harv. 

326 A I COLLECTION I OF OLD | BALLADS. | . . . | [i line of verse, 
(3) (b) from Horace] | - | The SECOND EDITION. | - | LONDON: ' 
1738 Printed for J. ROBERTS in Warwick-Lane; C. CORBET 
in Fleetstreet] and J. WOOD in Paternoster-Row. \ 
M DCC XXXVIII. 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 

242 



Half-title: [ornament] I A COLLECTION I OF OLD BALLADS, &c. I 
| Vol. III. | [ornament] 

12. A 11 , B-M 12 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; preface, pp. [i]- 

xii ; i p. blank ; table of contents, 5 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-264. 

Frontispiece and plates as in the first edition. 

The numbers of pp. 210 and 211 are transposed, 

B.M., Bodl., Yale. 

*% The collection was reprinted in 1871. 

CYTHEREIA: \ OR, NEW | POEMS j UPON | LOVE and 327 
INTRIGUE. | VIZ\ [19 titles in two columns divided by a 1723 
double line of rule] | | [i line of verse, from Ovid] j [ [orna- 
ment] | - I LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL, over-against 
Catharine-street \ In the Strand ; and T. PAYNE, near 
Stationers~\Hall. M DCC XXIII. [Price is. &Z.] 

Half-title: [ornament] I CYTHEREIA; I OR, I NEW POEMS I UPON I 

LOVE and | INTRIGUE. \ [ornament] 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-D, D, F-P 4 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso 

blank; text, pp. [i]-ii2. 

B.M. (lacks half-title), Yale (lacks half-title), Harv. 

The book was later made a part of The Altar of Love, 1727 (Book 340). 

Pleasure for a Minute; | OR, ] The Amorous Adventure: \ A | 328 



To which are Subjoined, | The Grecian Dame, Dream of 1723 
the Lover's Interrogatories, the Water-\Engine f and other 



TALE. 

Venus, 

Love-Poems. | | [i line of verse, from Virgil]' | | [ornament] 

I LONDON; \ Printed for A. DODD, at the Peacock without 

Temple-Bar. M.DCC.XXIIL 

8 in fours. A 2 , B~D 4 , E 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, i p.; 

1 p. blank; text, pp. 1-27; i p. blank. 
Bodl. 

A | COLLECTION | OF | Original Poems. | VIZ. \ [7 titles in 329 

2 columns divided by a double line of rule] | I THE SECOND 1724 
EDITION. | I [ornament] | LONDON: \ Printed for /. Roberts 
near the Oxford Arms in Warwick~\Lane. 1724. Price i s. 6 d. 

Folio, i leaf; 2 leaves, B 2 ; 2 leaves, B, C 2 ; 2 leaves, B-D 2 ; 3 leaves; 

3 leaves; 2 leaves, B, C 2 ; i leaf, B, C 2 . Title, verso blank: title (An Epistle 
from a Prude to Dr. W- -dw- -d), p, [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3] -8: title 

243 



(A Tale of a Bottomless Tub), p. [i] ; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. [s]-i2: title 
(The Deluge), p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3\-i6: title (An Epistle from 
S__0 to A a jR w), verso blank; text, pp. [i]-s; i p. blank: title (An 
Epistle to Mr. Handel on his Operas), verso blank; text, pp. [i]~3; i p. 
blank: title (The Session of Musicians), p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3]- 
12: title (The Ball), verso blank; text, pp. [i]-8. 

This is a made-up miscellany, consisting of a title-page followed by seven 
pamphlets originally published separately in 1723 and 1724. 
Yale. 



330 (i) THE I Ever Green, I BEING A ] COLLECTION 

\ / I . _ _'__ "! f I 



OF I SCOTS 

\y \-*~J *- *-**-* | *-' * *-"- > - v**j | | /-\T T I I 

1724 POEMS, | Wrote by the Ingenious before 1600. | VOL. 1. 1 j 
Published by ALLAN RAMSAY. | | [4 lines of verse, from 
Pope] _ | [ornament] | | EDINBURGH, | Printed by Mr. 
THOMAS RUDDIMAN for the Pu-|blisher, at his Shop near the 
Cross. M. DCC. XXIV. 

go. a 4 , b 2 , A-R 8 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the Duke of 

Hamilton and the Royal Company of Archers, signed Allan Ramsay, 

pp. iii-vi; preface, pp. vii-xii; text, pp. 1-270; table of contents, pp. 271, 

272. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

330 (2) THE 1 Ever Green, | . . . | VOL. II. | | [2 lines of verse, from Sir 
1724 David Lindsay] I I [ornament] | | EDINBURGH, | Printed 

by Mr. THOMAS RUDDIMAN for ALLAN | RAMSAY. 

M. DCC. XXIV. 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 

8. A-R 8 , S, T 4 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. i, 4-264; glossary, pp. 265- 

286 ; table of contents, pp. 287, 288. 

E 3 is misprinted E 4. P. 136 is misnumbered 106: in some copies p. 253 is 

numbered in the wrong corner. 

B.M., BodL, Yale. 

331 THE HIVE. | | A | COLLECTION | Of the most celebrated | 
(i) (a) SONGS f Of our best English POETS. | | Several of which now 

1724 fir$i'' Printed. | | [2 lines of verse, from Tickell] | | [vignette] | 
LONDON: | Printed for JOHN WALTHO^wn'. over-|against 
the Royal Exchange in CornhilL | | M.DCC.XXIV. 

244 



12 In sixes. A~Aa 6 . Title, verso blank; preface, i p.; announcement of 
A Collection of English Epigrams in preparation, I p. ; index, 8 pp. ; text, 
pp. [i]-i8o, 169-264. 

B 3, C 2, C 3, K 3, L 3, M 3, N 3, Q 3, and Z 3 are unsigned: F 2 Is mis- 
printed 2. In some copies p. 107 is 'misnumbered 107. 
Bodl, Yale. 

THE HIVE. | | A | COLLECTION ) Of the most Celebrated j 331 
SONGS. | | Volume the Second. | J [4 lines of verse, from (2) (a) 
Prior] J j [vignette] ] LONDON, \ Printed for J. WALTHOE ^4 
jwf. over-against | the Royal Exchange in CornhilL' "1724." 

12 in sixes. A-Aa 6 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp.; index, 8 pp.; 
text, pp. [i]-273 ; glossary of Scotch words, pp. 274-276, 
B.M., Yale. 

THE HIVE, i 1 A I COLLECTION J Of the most Celebrated | 331 
SONGS.'"!" j Volume the Third. | | [4 lines of English verse] | (3) (a) 

"f [vignette] | LONDON: \ Printed for J. WALTHOE jun. *7 2 5 
over-against | the Royal Exchange in CornhilL \ "" "j pMiDCCXXV. 

12 in sixes. A-R, R, T-Z 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso 

blank ; index, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-264. 

The third leaf is unsigned in every gathering except A, *R, Y, and Z: 

X R 2 is misprinted R 3 : the volume-signature is omitted from leaf D i, but it 

appears on leaf Z 2. P. 177 is misnumbered 717. 

B.M., Yale (lacks frontispiece). 

THE HIVE. | | A | COLLECTION j Of the most Celebrated | 331 
SONGSrf | In THREE VOLUMES. | | VOL. I. j j The (i) (c) 
Third Edition, with Alterations and Additions. \ | [2 lines of 
verser from'"Tickell] | j [vignette] | LONDON: \ Printed for 
J : WALTHOE, over-against the | Royal Exchange in CornhilL 
1726. 

1 2 in sixes. 6 leaves, B-Z 6 , Aa 4 , A 2 . Title, verso blank ; verses explaining 
frontispiece, 2 pp. ; index, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-272 ; A Criticism on Song- 
Writing, by Mr. [Ambrose] Philips, pp. [i]-iv. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title-page. 
Y 3 and Aa i are unsigned: E 3 is misprinted E 2. The volume-signature is 
omitted from leaves N i and A i. 

245 



Presumably the essay on song- writing, in view of its signatures and pagina- 
tion, was intended to be placed between the index and the text : but as the 
catchword on the last page of the index refers to p. i and not to p. i, and 
since Aa and A were printed as one half-sheet, some binders left A in the 
position indicated by the collation above. It is also found before the index 
in some copies. 
B.M., Yale. 

331 THE HIVE. | | A | COLLECTION | Of the most Celebrated | 

(2) (c) SONGS"!' I In THREE VOLUMES. | [ VOL. II. | | The 
I 7 2 7 Third Edition, with Alterations and Additions. \ | [4 lines of 

verseriroifi"" Prior] ( | [vignette] | LONDON, \ Printed for 
J. WALTHOE over-against | the Royal Exchange in Cornhill. 

1727- 

12 in sixes. A-Aa 6 . i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; index, 

8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-276. 

B.M., Yale. 

331 THE HIVE. | | A | COLLECTION | Of the most Celebrated | 

(3) (c) SONGS:]' | In THREE VOLUMES. | | VOL. III. | | The 

Third "Edition, with Alterations and Additions. 1 | [4 lines of 
English verseff' "|IvigiieHe]"['M for J. WAL- 

THOE, over-against the ] Royal-Exchange in Cornhill. 1729. 

12 in sixes. A-Z 6 , A 2 , i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; 
table of contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-264; book-list of J. Walthoe, 4 pp. 
The volume-signature is omitted from leaf D i. 
B.M. 



331 I*ffi HY.?: i = I A I 99LLECTION | Of the most Celebrated | 
(i) (d) SONGS.'")'" | In FOUR"VOLUMES: | ) VOL. I. | | The 
1732 FOURTH EDITION, with Alterations and""Additions. | 
[2 lines of verse, from Tickell] | | [vignette] | LONDON: 
Printed for J. WALTHOE, over-against the | Royal-Exchange in 
Cornhill. 1732. 

12 in eights and fours. A 8 , B-Z 8 - 4 , Aa 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; descrip- 
tion of the frontispiece, in verse, pp. iii, iv; essay on song-writing, by 

246 



[Ambrose] Philips, pp. v-viii (advertisement at foot of p. viii); index, 

pp. ix-xvi; text, pp. [i 3-272. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

A 2, D 3, and P 2 are misprinted Aa 2, D 2, and P 3. Pp. vi, 73, and 74 

are misnumbered 6, 63, and 4, 

Harv. 

THE HIVE. 1 = | A | COLLECTION [ Of the most Celebrated } 331 

SONGST] 1 In FOUR" VOLUMES'.' | j VOL. II. j ] The (2) (d) 

FOURTH EDITION, with Alterations and Additions^" j [4 lines 

of verse, from Prior] | [ [vignette] [ LONDON: \ Printed for 

J. WALTHQE, over-against the RoyalAExchange in Cornhill. 

M. DCC. XXXIII. 

12 in eights and fours. A 6 , B-Z 8 - 4 , Aa 4 , Bb 2 . i p. blank; frontispiece, 

i p.; title, verso blank; index, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-276. 

A 5, K 3, K 4, and Q 2 are misprinted A 3, K 2, K 3, and Q 3. Pp. 92, 96, 

and 145 are misnumbered 62, 92, and 14. 

Harv. 

THE HIVE. I | A I COLLECTION | Of the most Celebrated 1 331 

SONGS.'"! " | In FOUR'VOLUMESrj | VOL. III. \-\The (3) (d) 

Fourth Edition, with Alterations and Additions. | j [4 lines of ^ >I 73 2 

verse] 1 | [vignette] | LONDON: \ Printed for J. WALTHOE, 

over-against the | Royal-Exchange, in CornhilL 

12 in eights and fours. A 4 , a 2 , B-Z 8 - 4 , Aa 4 , Bb 2 . i p. blank; frontispiece, 

i p. ; title, verso blank; index, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-276. 

A 3 is signed ; K 3 is unsigned: K 4 is signed K 3. The volume-signature is 

omitted from leaves G i, 1 1, L i, N i, P i, R i, T i, X i, Z i, Aa i, and 

Bbi. 

Harv. 

THE HIVE. | = | A | CpLLECTION | Of the most Celebrated | 331 

SONGS "T j In FOUR VOLUMES"] | VOL. IV. | | [2 lines (4) (a) 

of verse] | | [vignette] | LONDON: \ Printed for "j." WALTHOE, 

over-against the | Royal-Exchange in Cornhill. 1732. 

12 in eights and fours. A 6 , B-Z 8 - 4 , A 6 , i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; 

title, verso blank; index, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-264; book-list of J. Walthoe, 

12 pp. 

C 2 is unsigned. 

B.M., Harv. (lacks book-list). 

247 



332 MISCELLANEOUS I POEMS, | ORIGINAL and TRANS- 
1724 LATED, 1 By Several HANDS, j VIZ. \ Dean SWIFT, j Mr. 

PARNEL, I Dr. DELANY, | Mr. BROWN, | Mr. WARD, j Mr. 
STERLING, J Mr. CONCANEN, | And Others, j = | Published by 
Mr. CONCANEN. \ | Sparsa coegi. \ - | LONDON: \ Printed for 
J. PEELE, at Locke' $-Head in j Pater-noster-Row. M DCC XXIV. 
The names of the contributors are In two columns, with a pair of brackets, 
reversed, between the columns. The title is enclosed in a border of two lines 
of rule. 

8. 8 leaves, B~Dd 8 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the Viscount 
Gage, signed Mat. Concanen, pp. [iii]-vii; i p, blank; table of contents, 
6 pp. ; i p. blank ; advertisement and errata, i p. ; text, pp. [i]-4i6. 
P. 415 is misnumbered 399. 
BodL, Yale, Harv. 

333 THE | Tea-Table | MISCELLANY. | [ [6 lines of verse, from 
1724 Waller] j I [ornament] [ j EDINBURGH: \ Printed by Mr. 

THOMAS RUDDIMAN, j for ALLAN RAMSAY, at the Mercury, \ 
opposite to the Cross-Well, 1724. 

12 in sixes, a 2 , A-O*, P 4 , i leaf, P 5, P 6. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedica- 
tion, to 'ilka lovely British lass', signed Apian] Ramsay, pp. iii, iv; text, 
pp. 1-178 ; table of contents, pp. 179-182. The number of p. 12 is inverted. 
The Huntington Library, f 

333 (b) A I New Miscellany | OF | Scots SANGS. | | [6 lines of verse, 
1727 from Waller] | | LONDON: \ Printed for A. MOORE, and sold 
by [ the Booksellers of London and Westminster. 1727. | Price 
Stich'd 2s. Bound zs. 6d, 
The title is enclosed in an ornamental border, 

12 in sixes. A-S 6 , T 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to 'ilka lovely 
British lass', signed Apian] Ramsay, pp. iii, iv; text, pp. [53-214 ; table of 
contents, 5 pp. ; i p. blank. 
F 2 is misprinted E 2. 
This edition appears to have been pirated. 
B.M. 

333 (c) THE | Tea-Table | MISCELLANY: j Or, a Complete | COL- 

1729 LECTION I OF I SCOTS SANGS. | | [6 lines of verse, from 

Waller] | | VOL. L | | DUBLIN: j Printed for E. SMITH; 

and sold by the Booksellers | of Great-Britain and Ireland. \ 

M. DCC. XXIX. 

248 



12. A-O 12 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to *Iika lovely British 
lass', signed A. Ramsay, pp. iii, Iv; preface, pp. v-viii; text, pp. 9-323; 
blank, p. [324] ; table of contents, pp. 325-334 ; 2 pp. blank. 
The contents of three volumes are here printed as one, but bastard titles 
for the second and third volumes are included: these are counted in the 
signatures and pagination. Nevertheless, leaf E 8 (first page of text of the 
second part), and leaves F i, G i, H i, and I i have the volume-signature 
'VOL. II ', and leaf 19 (first page of text of third part), and leaves K i, 
L i, M i, and O I have the volume-signature 'VOL III'. 
B.M., Harv. 

THE | TEA-TABLE \ MISCELLANY: | OR, | ALLAN RAM- 333 (d) 
SAY's | COLLECTION of | SCOTS SANGS. | | [ornament] j 1730 
| LONDON: \ Printed by J. WATSON over-against Hunger- 
ford-\Market in the Strand. 1730. 

8. A-Q 8 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii]; dedication, to 'ilka lovely British 
lass*, signed Apian] Ramsay, pp. [iii], iv; preface, pp. [v]~x; table of con- 
tents, 6 pp.; text, pp. [i]-23o; glossary, 8 pp.; book-list of J. Watson, 
i p.; i p. blank. 
P. 224 is misnumbered 222. 
Harv. (lacks K 4 and K 5). 

THE | TEA-TABLE | MISCELLANY: j OR, | A COLLECTION 1 333 (i) 
OF [ SCOTS SANGS. | In Three VOLUMES. | I [6 lines of verse, 1733 
from WaUer] | | The NINTH EDITION, | Being the Com- 
pleatest and most Correct | of any yet published I By ALLAN 
RAMSAY. | | VOL. I. | | LONDON: \ Printed for and Sold 
by A. MILLAR at Buchanan's | Head over-against St. Clement's 
Church in the | Strand. M DCC XXX III. 

12 in sixes. A 6 , a 3 , B-K 6 , L 4 , I leaf, L 5, L 6, M-Hh 6 , Ii 2 . Title, p. [i] ; 

blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to 'ilka lovely British lass 1 , signed A[llan] Ramsay, 

pp. [iii], iv; preface, pp. [v]-viii; index, 10 pp.; text, pp. 1-116, 2 pp., 

1 1 7-356 ; glossary, and errata, 8 pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

U 3 is misprinted U 2. In some copies L 5 is a cancel. Both the original and 

the cancel have volume-signatures. The original leaf has at the foot of the 

verso page the ornament that appears at the foot of p. 39: the cancel has 

the ornament that appears at the foot of p. 32. 

The contents of three volumes are here printed as one, and there are no 

volume-signatures except the one noted above. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), Bodl. (lacks leaf between L 4 and L5), Harv. 

249 Kk 



333 (j) THE | TEA-TABLE | MISCELLANY: j OR, j A COLLECTION 



1734 OF | SCOTS SANGS. 

The TENTH EDITION. 



[6 lines of verse, from Lansdowne] | 
Being the WHOLE that are contain^ 

in the THREE I VOLUMES, just Published. ] 1 By ALLAN 
RAMSAY, j DUBLIN: \ Printed by S. POWELL, j For 
GEORGE RISK, at the Shakespear's Head in | Dame's Street, 
M DCC XXXIV. 

12. A-O 12 , P 8 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [ii]; dedication, to 'ilka lovely 
British lass', signed Apian] Ramsay, pp. [iii], iv; preface, pp. [v]-viii; 
text, pp. 9-341 ; glossary, pp. [3423-345 ; table of contents, pp. 345~35 2 - 
Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
B.M. (Glen Collection)!, Harv. 

333 (k) THE 1 TEA-TABLE ] MISCELLANY: ] OR, A | COLLECTION | 
1740 OF CHOICE | SONGS, | SCOTS and ENGLISH. | | In FOUR 
VOLUMES. | | [6 lines of verse, from Waller] J | The TENTH 
EDITION, | Being the Compleatest and most Correct [ of any yet 
published | By ALLAN RAMSAY, j j VOL. 1. 1 = j LONDON: \ 
Printed for A. MILLAR, at Buchanan's Head, over-] against St. 
Clement's Church, in the Strand: And | sold by him, and by J. 
HODGES, at the Looking-\Glass, on London-Bridge. M.DCC.XL. 

12. A-U 12 . Blank, p. fi] ; frontispiece, p. [ii] ; title, p. [iii] ; blank, p. [iv] ; 
dedication, to 'ilka lovely British lass*, signed Apian] Ramsay, pp. [v]-vi; 
preface, pp. [vii]-x; index, pp. [xi]-xxiv; text, pp. 1-448; glossary, 8 pp. 
The sixth leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The contents of four volumes are here printed as one: there are no volume- 
signatures. The additions constituting the fourth volume (which never 
had an independent existence) are printed here for the first time. 
B.M. 

333 (I) THE | TEA-TABLE | MISCELLANY: | OR, A | COLLECTION 



1750 OF CHOICE | SONGS, j SCOTS and ENGLISH. | 
VOLUMES. | | [6 lines of verse, from Waller] 



In FOUR 

The 

ELEVENTH' EDITION, | Being the Compleatest ' and ' most 
Correct | of any yet published I By ALLAN RAMSAY. I I 
VOL. I. | H LONDON: \ Printed for and Sold by A. MILLAR, 
at Buchanan's \ Head, over-against Katherine-Street in the 
Strand. \ MDCOL 

250 



12. A-U 12 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [ii] ; title, p. [Hi] ; blank, p. [iv] ; 

dedication, in verse, to 'ilka lovely British lass 1 , signed A. Ramsay, pp. [v], 

vi ; preface, pp. [vii]-x ; index, pp. [xi]-xxiv ; text, pp. 1-448 ; glossary, 8 pp. 

The sixth leaf of every gathering is signed. B i has the volume-signature 

* VOL I/, which is the only volume-signature in the book. The four volumes 

are printed as one. 

BodL, Yale (lacks M 2), Harv. (lacks frontispiece and gathering P). 

*** There were other editions in 1760, 1762, 1763, 1765, 1768 (2), 1769, 1775, 

1783 (Kilmarnock), 1788, 1793 (2), 1794, 1871, 1875, and 1876. 

For a more elaborate bibliography of The Tea-Table Miscellany see A 

Bibliography of Allan Ramsay, by [John] Burns Martin, Records of the 

Glasgow Bibliographical Society, vol. 10 (1931), reprinted as a separate work, 

Glasgow, 1931. 

A i NEW COLLECTION j OF | POEMS j ON | Several Occasions. 334 

BY I Mr. PRIOR, and Others. | | Adorned with CUTS. | 1725 

[ornament] I | LONDON: \ Printed for THO. OSBORNE, in 

Gray's-Inn, \ near the Walks, MDCCXXV. 

The ornament shows a face surrounded by scroll-work. 

I2<> in sixes. 2 leaves, B, C 6 , D 4 , B-D 6 , E 5 , F-P 6 , Q 4 . Title, verso blank; 

dedication, to Sir Henry Hussey, signed Philo-Musis, 2 pp.; prefatory 

matter, pp. [i]-32; i p. blank; plate, i p.; text, pp. [i]-3^> M-*^* 

9 pp., [i]-~34 ; table of contents, 2 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title-page, 

and plate, facing p. 92, not counted in signatures or pagination: plate, 

facing, p. i, counted in signatures, but not in pagination : plate, facing p. 27, 

counted in signatures and pagination. 

1 B 4 and *B 5 are signed. L 3 is misprinted L 2. Leaf E 3 (pp. 39, 40) has 

been removed and nothing has been substituted for it. It may have been 

a plate or a bastard title for An Epistle to Fleetwood Sheppard, which 

begins on p. 41. 

BodL, Yale. 

A i NEW COLLECTION | . . . | LONDON: 1 ... 334 (b) 

This is the same book as the preceding, except the title-page, which has been *7 2 5 
reset, using the same fonts of type. The only differences are that another 
ornament (a face above crossed trumpets) is used, and the colon after 
'LONDON' in the imprint is roman, instead of italic. It is difficult to 
determine which is the original title-page, but the fact that in the Yale 
copy of the issue first described the title-page is slashed, as if for cancel- 
lation, seems strong evidence of priority. 
Yale. 

251 



335 A NEW 1 MISCELLANY: I BEING A | COLLECTION | Of 

1725 PIECES of | POETRY, | FROM | BATH, TUNBRIDGE, 
OXFORD, EPSOM, \ and other Places, in the Year 1725. | 
Written chiefly by Persons of QUALITY. | [To which is added, 
Grongar Hill, a POEM, | | LONDON; \ Printed for T, WARNER 
in Pafer~Noster-Row. \ Price One ShUling. 

8 in fours. A 3 , B-M 4 , N 1 . Title, verso blank ; preface, 2 pp. ; table of con- 

tents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-90. 

Bodl., Harv. (lacks A 3 and all after gathering L: A 2, B i, and I 2 muti- 

lated). 

336 MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS | AND 1 T^NSLATIONS. \ By 

1726 several HANDS. | Y'Publish'd by MCI^ra'SAVAGl71 Son 
of flu late Earl RIVERS. | j [2 lines of verse, from Horace] | | 
[ornament] | '{LONDON: \ Printed for SAMUEL ^CHAPMAN, 
at the Angel \ \ in Pall-Mall M DCC XXVL .............................................. 

8. A, a, B-U 8 , X 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to Lady Mary 
Wortley Montague, signed Richard Savage, pp. [iii]-vi ; preface, pp. [vii]- 
xii; extracts from The Plain Dealer, pp. [xiii] xxvii ; list of subscribers, 
pp. [xxviii], xxix; table of contents, pp. [xxx]~xxxii ; text, pp. [i]~~3i2. 
The following pages are misnumbered : xvii (xv), 109 (119), 112 (192), 
160 (106), 221 (121), 237 (137), 
Yale, Harv. 



336 (b) MISCELLANEOUS j POEMS | AND 

*7 The title follows that of the issue just described. 

This issue differs from that just described in having A 6 instead of A, a 8 . 

The contents of gathering A are: Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication (as 

above), pp. [iii]-v ; list of subscribers, i p., p. xxix ; book-list of S. Chapman, 

2 pp. ; table of contents, 3 pp. 

B.M. 

*** For notes on the authors concerned in this miscellany, see Dorothy 

Brewster, Aaron Hill (1913), p. 185. 

337 (i) MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS, | BY | SEVERAL HANDS. | 
1726 Published Ijy D. LEWIS. | | [2 lines of verse, from Horace] | 

[ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed by J. WATTS, M DCC XXVL 
8. A-X 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Lord Charles Noell Somerset, 

252 



signed David Lewis, 4 pp. ; preface, 4 pp. ; table of contents, 5 pp, ; errata, 
i p. ; text, pp. [i]~32o. 

Pp. 177 and 314 are misntimbered 167 and 324: in some copies p. 198 is 
misnumbered 98, 

T 4 is a cancel. 

B.M., Bodi, Yale, Harv. 

MISCELLANEOUS | POEMS, | BY | SEVERAL HANDS. | 
Published by D. LEWIS. | | [i line of verse, from Martial] I 
[ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed by J. WATTS. M DCC XXX. 

8. A-X 8 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Earl of Shaftesbury; 

signed David Lewis, 4 pp. ; preface, 3 pp. ; table of contents, 6 pp. ; errata, 

i p. ; text, pp. [i]-320. 

The first leaf of each gathering has the additional signature 'VOL. II.': 

I 3 is unsigned. I 7 is a cancel. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

POEMS | IN I English and Latin, \ ON THE | ARCHERS, | AND 
Royal-Company | OF | ARCHERS. | | By several HANDS. | 
[ornament] I I EDINBURGH: I Printed in the Year 
M. DCC. XXVI. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12 in sixes. A-I 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-105; lists of 

winners in archery contests, 3 pp. 

E 4 is signed E 3 : G 6 is signed H. 

This collection is usually bound with Archibald Pitcairn's poems. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

ACADEMIC CANTABRIGIENSIS | LUCTUS I IN OBITUM 
SERENISSIMI I GEORGII I. I 'EYEPPE'TOY I MAGNJE 
BRITANNIA, &c. | REGIS: | ET | GAUDIA I OB POTENTIS- 
SIMI | GEORGII II. | PATRIARUM VIRTUTUM AC SOLII 
H^REDIS I SUCCESSIONEM PACIFICAM SIMUL I ET 
AUSPICATISSIMAM. | | CANTABRIGIM, \ MDCCXXVII. 

Folio. A-Kk 2 . Title, verso blank ; exequy on George I, and address to the 

King (George II), signed Jos. Craven, vice-chancellor, 2 pp.; text, 128 pp. 

The second leaf of every gathering is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Arabic. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

253 



337 (2) 

1730 



338 



1726 



339 



1727 



340 THE | ALTAR of LOVE. | Consisting of | POEMS, | And other | 

1727 MISCELLANIES. | By the most eminent HANDS. | | Now first 

collected into a VOLUME, j I [3 lines of verse, from Dryden] 

| LONDON: \ Printed for H. CURLL in the Strand. 
M. DCC. XXVII. | (Price Six Shillings.) 

8 In fours. 4 leaves ; B, C 4 ; B, C 4 , D 3 ; B~F 4 ; B-D, D, F-P 4 ; A-E 4 ; B-D 4 ; 
B-E 4 , F 3 ; 3 leaves, B-F 4 ; B, C 4 , D 1 ; A-D 4 ; B, C 4 ; B, C 4 , D 3 ; A 8 . 
i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; text, 4 pp. : text (a Latin 
oration by Addison, reprinted, with a translation, from Theatri Oxoniensis 
Encaenia, July 7, 1693), pp. [i]-i6: text (An Apology for Mr. Moyle) t 
pp. [i]-22: text (Popeana), pp. [13-40: text (Cythereia) , pp. [i]-H2: 
i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title (The Rape of the Smock, 2nd edition), 
verso blank; preface, 4 pp.; text, pp. [i]-32: text (Buckingham-House), 
pp. 1-24: text (The Shipman's Tale), pp. [i]-37; i p. blank; title (The 

Patch), p. [iii] ; blank, p. [iv] ; dedication, to Mrs. M R , signed 

F. H., pp. v-viii; text, pp. [i]-~39; i p. blank: text (Reason), pp. [i]-i8: 
title (The Richmond Beauties), p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 332: text (The 
Last Epiphany), pp. 1-16; text (Bury Fair), pp. [i]-22: book-list of H. 
Curll, pp. [i]-i6. 

C 2 and D 2 in Reason are misprinted C 3 and D 3. 

This is a made-up miscellany, of which all the parts except the first and the 

last had a previous independent existence. Many of the pamphlets included 

are advertised in the book-list. 

Harv. 

340 (c) THE | ALTAR of LOVE: | OR, THE | Whole ART of KISSING | 
1731 In all its Varieties. | Consisting of | POEMS, | And other | MIS- 
CELLANIES. | By the most eminent HANDS. | | Now first 
collected into a VOLUME. I I [3 lines of verse, from Dryden] 1 

| THE THIRD EDITION. I LONDON: \ Printed in the Year 
M. DCC. XXXI. Price 6 s. 

'8 in fours, i leaf, A 4 ; A 2-A 4, B-D 4 ; 2 leaves ; A 2-A 4, B-E 4 , F 3 ; B-L 4 ; 
4 leaves, B-F 4 ; B--L 4 ; A-D 4 ; B-E 4 , i leaf; i leaf: B, C 4 : B, C 4 , D*; A, B 4 . 

1 p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title (Altar of Love), p. [i]; blank, p. [ii]; 
preface, pp. [iii]-viii: text (The Art of Kissing, from Bonefonius), pp. 3-32: 

2 poems by Pope (=2nd and 3rd leaves of the first edition of this miscel- 
lany), 4 pp. : text (To Lord Viscount Cobham in Memory of . . . Mr. Congreve), 
pp. 3-46: text (Poems on Several Occasions, by Sewell), pp. 1-76; table of 
contents, 3 pp.; book-list of E. Curll, i p.: i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; 
title (The Force of Religion, by Young), verso blank; dedication, to the 
Countess of Salisbury, signed Edward Young, 6 pp. ; text, including plate, 
pp. 1-38: text (poems by unidentified author), pp. [i]-8o: title (The 
Thresher's Miscellany, by Arthur Duck), verso blank; dedication, to the 

254 



Earl of Macclesfield, signed Arthur Duck, 2 pp. ; life of Duck, 4 pp. ; text, 
pp. [i]-24: text (Coffee: A Tale), pp. [13-33 ; i p. blank: title (An Apology 
for the Writings of Walter Moyle), verso blank: text (oration by Addison, 
as in first edition of this miscellany), pp. [i]-i6: text (An Apology, etc.), 
pp. [i]-22: book-list of E. Curll, pp. [i]-i6. 

This is a made-up miscellany, the contents of which vary widely from those 
of the first edition. The poems by an unidentified author which are included 
in this edition appear to be the work of a Cambridge man. They begin with 
a poem on Jesus Grove, and end with a poem in memory of H.C., an alumnus 
of Emmanuel College. 
Harv. 

A 1 COLLECTION | OF | EPIGRAMS. | = | To which Is Prefixed, 341 

A Critical DISSERTATION on | this Species of POETRY. | - (i) (a) 

[4 lines of English verse] | = | [2 ornaments] | = | LONDON: 1727 

Printed for J. WALTHOE, over-against \ the Royal-Exchange, in 

CornhilL | | M.DCC.XXVII. 

Half-title: [ornament] | A | COLLECTION | OF [ EPIGRAMS. | [ornament] 

12 in eights and fours. A 8 , a 4 , B-Z 8 - 4 . Half-title, p. [i] ; advertisement of 

The Hive, p. [ii] ; title, p, [iii] ; blank, p. [iv] ; preface, pp. [v]-xxiii ; i p. 

blank ; text, 264 pp. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

A | COLLECTION | OF | EPIGRAMS. | = | To which is Prefixed, 341 

A CRITICAL DISSERTATION on | this Species of POETRY. (i) (b) 
| [4 lines of English verse] | | The SECOND EDITION, 1735 



with ADDITIONS, 
over-against the Royal 



LONDON: \ Printed for J. WALTHOE, 
Exchange, in Cornhill; And Sold by J. 

OSBORN, | at the Golden Ball, in Pater-noster-Row. \ I 

M.DCC.XXXV. 

12 in eights and fours. A 6 , B~Z 8 ~ 4 , 6 leaves. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; 
preface, pp. [iii]-xii; text, 250 pp.; index, 14 pp.; book-list of J. Walthoe, 
12 pp. 
B.M. (lacks book-list), Bodl. (lacks book-list), Yale, Harv. (lacks book-list). 

A 1 COLLECTION | OF | EPIGRAMS. | . . . 341 

The title follows that of the issue just described. W ( c ) 

This Issue differs from that just described only in having A 8 instead of ^73 5 
6 leaves at the end. The contents of the new gathering are: book-list of 
J. Walthoe, pp. [i]-i5, i p. 
B.M. 

255 



341 (2) A ] COLLECTION | OF | EPIGRAMS. | = j VOL II [ = | [2 lines 
1737 of verse, from. Virgil: 4 lines of verse, from Young] | = | LON- 
DON: | Printed for J. WALTHOE, over-against the Royal \ 
Exchange, in Cornhill ; And Sold by J. OSBORN, ] at the Golden- 
Ball, in Pater-noster Row. \ | M.DCC.XXXVII. 

12 in eights and fours. A 8 , B-X 8 - 4 , Y 4 , 6 leaves. Title, verso blank; index, 

14 pp.; text, 248 pp.; book-list of J. Walthoe, 12 pp. 

L 2 has a volume-signature. 

B.M. (lacks book-list), Bodi (lacks book-list), Yale, Harv. (lacks book-list). 

342 (b) A 1 COLLECTION | OF THE | Most Celebrated Prologues | 
1727 Spoken at the j THEATRES | OF | Drury-Lane and Lincolns- 

Inn. | | By a young LADY. | | The Second Edition. \ * 
LONDON: j Printed by S. GRAY; and Sold by J. ROBERTS, 
near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane ; A. | DODD, at the 
Peacock without Temple-Bar; \ and E. SMITH, at the Royal- 
Exchange. 1727. | [Price One Shilling.] 

8 in fours. A-G 4 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp. ; table of contents, 
2 pp. ; text, pp. i, ii, 1-48. 
Tlie text is printed in italic. 
Yale. 

343 (i) MISCELLANEA. \ IN | TWO VOLUMES. | [ Never before 
1727 Published. \ \ VIZ. \ L Familiar Letters written to HENRY | 

CROMWELL Esq; by Mr. POPE. | II. Occasional Poems by Mr. 
POPE, | Mr. CROMWELL, Dean SWIFT, &c. \ III. LETTERS 
from Mr. DRYDEN, to | a LADY, in the Year 1699. I 
VOLUME I. | | LONDON: | Printed in the YEAR, 1727. 
Price 5 s. 

12 in sixes. A-P 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso blank; 
dedication, to Henry Cromwell, Esq., 2 pp. ; letter to the editor, signed 
Corinna, 3 pp. ; preface, 3 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-i55 ; notes and errata, 3 pp. ; 
table of contents, 6 pp. ; book-list of E. Curll, 4 pp. 
B.M. (lacks frontispiece), BodL, Yale, Harv. 

343 (2) MISCELLANEA. \ The SECOND Volume. | [list of contents, 
1727 5 items] | | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed in the 
YEAR, 1727. 

256 



This is a made-up miscellany, the only constant element of which is the 
first, of which the collation follows: 12 in sixes. 4 leaves, B-I 6 , K 2 . i p. 
blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; dedication, to Mr. Alexander 
Pope, signed The Editor, 2 pp. ; half-title to first item of contents, i p. ; 
i p. ; blank ; text, pp. [i]~99 ; i p. blank. 

The make-up of the rest of the volume differs from copy to copy. Curll 
appears to have been getting rid of unsaleable remainders by including them 
in this book. In the copies I have examined one or more of the following 
four pamphlets have been used. All are 12 in sixes. At the end of each 
description I have appended the letter by which the pamphlet is designated 
in R. H. Griffith's Alexander Pope. A Bibliography, L 136 (1922). 

(A) Laus Ululae. I leaf, A 2 , B-I 6 , K 3 . Title, i p. ; frontispiece, i p. ; preface, 
pp. [i]-iv; second preface, pp. i, n"; text, pp. [3]-ioi; i p. blank. A 2 is 
signed. (Griffith's group 5.) 

(B) Court Poems. In Two Parts. (Book 295 (c) : Griffith's groups t and v 
combined.) 

(C) The Elzivir Miscellany. (Book 283 (b) : Griffith's groups u, w, and v 
combined.) 

B.M. (A (wants frontispiece, volume-title and dedication), BodL, Yale (A: 
B (*D 5 missing) : C) ; Harv. (A: B). 

MISCELLANIES. | 1 THE | LAST VOLUME. | | [vignette] [ 
= | LONDON: \ Printed for B. MOTTE, at the Middle \ Temple 
Gate Fleet-Street. 1727. 

First bastard title: [ornament] | MISCELLANIES | IN | VERSE. 
[ornament]. Second bastard title: MISCELLANIES | IN | VERSE | 
[vignette] I - \LONDON: \ Printed for BEN JAMINMOTTE, at the Middle- \ 
Temple Gate in Fleet-Street. MJDCC.XXVII, 

8. i leaf, B-G, A, a-c, B~T 8 , "U 3 , X 8 , Y 4 , i leaf. Preface, signed Jonath. 
Swift and Alex. Pope, 2 pp. ; title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [33-92 ; 
table of contents, 2 pp. ; bastard title, verso blank ; bastard title, p. [i] ; 
blank, p. [ii] ; table of contents, pp. [iii]-vi; text, 2 pp., i~8, 17-64, 1-313 ; 
advertisement, i p. ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; errata, i p. ; i p. blank. 
1 B 3 and (in some copies) X G 3 are misprinted B and G 2 : M 4, O 2, Q 2, and 
Y 2 are unsigned. 

The first leaf frequently appears after the title-page. Gathering U originally 
had four leaves, U 4 being the last leaf of the book: it was cancelled, because 
it had the word 'FINIS' at the foot of p. 296, in order that the volume 
might be extended. The material on U 4 was reprinted on X i. The copy 
in the British Museum has both leaves. 

See also the note on Miscellanies. The Third Volume, etc. (Book 344 (4) (a)). 
B.M. (lacks first and last leaves), BodL (lacks first and last leaves and X G 8), 
Yale (lacks A i-A 3), Harv. (lacks A i-A 3). 

257 Ll 



344 

(3) (a) 
1727 



344 MISCELLANIES. | [ THE | LAST VOLUME, j | [vignette] | 
(3) (b) = | LONDON: \ Printed for B. MOTTE, at the Middle \ Temple 
1732 Gate Fleet-Street. 1732. 

8. B-Ee 8 , Ff 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; bastard title, p. [3] ; blank, 
p. [4] ; text, pp. [s]-434 ; table of contents, 4 pp. ; book-list of B. Motte, 2 pp. 
The first leaf of gathering O, and of every succeeding gathering except Bb, 
has the volume-signature 'VOL. III.': Bb i is erroneously signed * VOL. II. 3 
Harv. 

344 MISCELLANIES. I | THE | THIRD VOLUME. | | [vig- 
(4) (a) nette] I = I LONDON: \ Printed for BENJ. MOTTE at the 
1732 Middle | Temple-Gate, and LAWTON GILLIVER | at Homer's 
Head, against St. Dunstan's \ Church in Fleetstreet, 1732. 

Bastard title: MISCELLANIES. | | THE | THIRD VOLUME | | 
[blank space, no vignette] | = | LONDON; \ Printed for BEN. MOTTE, 
and LAWTON | GILLIVER in Fleetstreet, 1732. 

8. 2 leaves, A-F 8 , G 2 , A 4 , A-P 8 , Q 7 , R 8 , S 4 , Q 8. Book-lists of Benj. Motte 
and Lawton Gilliver, 2 pp. ; title, verso blank; text, pp. i-ioo; bastard 
title, verso blank; publishers' preface, pp. [i], ii; text, pp. [i]~4, 1-276; 
errata, i p. ; i p. blank; book-list of Lawton Gilliver, 2 pp. 
R 2-R 4 are misprinted A 2-A 4. In some copies p. 2 64 is misnumbered 62. 
The volume originally ended with gathering Q, and the present last leaf 
of the volume was originally Q 8. In some copies it is still in that position. 
This book is likely to confuse the unwary. It was printed as a supplement 
to the same publishers' three-volume Miscellanies of 1727, the third volume 
of which had been designated the last* volume. Motte endeavoured to 
surmount the difficulty thus raised by arranging the supplement in two 
parts: these are to be separated, according to the publishers' preface, and 
the first part, consisting of verse, is to be prefixed to the second part of the 
* last ' volume, which also contains verse, thus forming a new ' third ' volume, 
dated 1732, and consisting entirely of verse. The title-page of the 'last* 
volume, together with the first six gatherings (minus G 8), containing Peri 
Bathous, is to be prefixed to the second part of the new 'third* volume, 
thus forming a volume called the 'last', dated 1727, and containing only 
prose. As might have been expected, the volume is frequently found with 
the leaves bound in the wrong order. 
B.M,, Bodl. (lacks 2 A i), Yale (lacks 2 A i), Harv. (lacks 2 A i). 

344 MISCELLANIES. I I THE | THIRD VOLUME. | | [vig- 

(4) (b) nette] | | LONDON: \ Printed for BENJAMIN MOTTE, at 

1733 the | Middle-Temple-Gate, Fleetstreet, and LAW-|TON GILLIVER, 

258 



at Homer's Head over-l against St. Dunstan's Church, Fleetsireet. 
MDCCXXXIIL 

12. A-I, A-C 12 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; publishers* preface, pp. [3-4] ; 
text, pp. [5]-2i6, [i]-66, 97; book-list of Benjamin Motte and Lawton 
GUliver, 5 pp. 

2 A 3, 2 A 5, and 2 A 6 are misprinted K 3, A 6, and A 5. P. ^2 is misnum- 
bered 62. 

As in the octavo edition, the publishers' preface contains directions for 
splitting the book into two parts and combining it with the * last ' volume. 
I have not found a 12 copy of the 'last* volume. 

Yale. 

MISCELLANIES. | | THE | FOURTH VOLUME. | | 344 
CONSISTING of | VERSES | BY | Dr. SWIFT, Dr. ARBUTH- (5) (a) 
NOT, | Mr. POPE, and Mr. GAY. | | "[ornament] \"=\LON- J 747 
DON: | Printed" for Charles" BAT HURST, at the | Cro$s""Keys 
opposite St. Dunstan's Church, | Fleetstreet, MDCCXLVIL 

8. b 4 , B-T 8 , U 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 6 pp. ; text, pp. [i]- 
291 ; i p. blank. 

b 3 is signed. P. 24 is misnumbered 23 : p. 43 is unnumbered. 
B.M. 

MISCELLANIES. | | THE | FIFTH and SIXTH VOLUMES. | 344 
"| "By'DrSWIFT and others. | | The THIRD EDITION (6) (c) 
Corrected: [ With'SeverarADDITIONAL PIECES in | VERSE 
and PROSE. | | THE | FIFTH VOLUME | = | LONDON, \ 
Printed for C. DAVIS, | against Grays-Inn Gate, Holborn ; | and 
C. BATHURST, | opposite St. Dunstan's Church, Fleetstreet. \ \ 
MDCCXLV. 

8. 3 leaves, B-S 8 , T 1 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 4 pp.; text, 
pp. [i]-274. 

The volume-signature on C i is misprinted 'VOL. VI.' In some copies p. 191 
is misnumbered 19. 

B.M., Yale. 

*% See also Gulliveriana, 1728 (Book 351), and A Supplement to Dr. Swiff s 
and Mr. Pope's Works, 1739 (Book 425). 

259 



345 PIETAS | Universitatis Oxoniensis | In OBITUM Serenissimi 
1727 REGIS GEORGII I. | ET GRATULATIO I In Augustissimi 

REGIS GEORGII II. | INAUGURATIONEM. I I rvimettel 
| OXONII, \ E THEATRO SHELDONIANO An. DOM 
MDCCXXVII. 

Folio. 2 leaves, A-Qq 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed 

Jo. Mather, vice-chancellor, 2 pp.; text, 155 pp. ; i p. blank. 

The second leaves of gatherings A-Pp are signed. Q 2 is a cancel. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, German 

French, Welsh and English. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

346 (i) Sepulchromm Inscription**: \ Or a CURIOUS | COLLECTION 
1727 Of above 900 of the most Remarkable j EPITAPHS, 1 ANTIENT 

and I MODERN, | SERIOUS | and | MERRY. | In the KING- 
DOMS of | Great Britain, Ireland, &c. | In ENGLISH VERSE. I 
To which is added, j A compleat INDEX of each Person's Name, 
the j Church, Town, Kingdom or County where | they were 
interred. | | VOL. I. | | [2 lines of English verse, from 
Ausonius] | | The like never before published, j I Faithfully 
Collected by JAMES JONES, Gent. I I WESTMINSTER- I 
Printed for J. CLUER, A. CAMPBELL, and B. CREAKE. 1727. 
The words from 'ANTIENT' through ' MERRY ' are in two columns, with 
a pair of brackets, reversed, between the columns. 

8 in fours. A-Ccc 4 , 4 leaves, b, c 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; preface 
signed J[ames] J[ones], pp. [m>viii; text, pp. [i]-38 4 ; index, pp. [il-2v 
book-list of B. Creake, i p. 
Ss 2 is unsigned. 

This book originally appeared in six parts, issued at intervals of two months 
beginning about March, 1726. Part I, in place of the gathering A of the 
collected volume, had A 3 (title, i p.; advertisement, and book-list of 
J. Cluer, B. Creake, and A. Campbell, i p. ; preface, differing from that in 
collected volume, signed J[ames] J[ones], 4 pp.). Parts II~~V were each 
originally preceded by a single leaf, not counted in the signatures or pagina- 
tion,^ with a title-page and, on the verso, an advertisement and a book-list. 
The imprint, in each case, included the names of G. Strachan and A. Dodd," 
as well as those on the general title-page. Part VI may have had a separate 
title-page, or it may have been issued with the general title-page of the 
collected volume. Parts II-VI began, respectively, at leaves K i T i 
Ee i, Oo i and (probably) Zz i. 
B.M., Bodl. 

260 



Sepulchromm . . . | Being a CURIOUS | ... I Of the most 346 (2) 
Remarkable | EPITAPHS I in the KINGDOMS of I . . I . . 1727 
VERSE. J | VOL. II. | | Faithfully . . . Gent. \ \ NUMB. 
VII. | Being the First of this Volume. | | To be continued every 
Two Months. \ \ WESTMINSTER: [ Printed by A. CAMP- 
BELL, near New Palace-Yard; for J. CLUER | in Bow Church- 
Yard, and B. CREAKE at the Bible in Jermyn-\street, St. James's: 
Sold by them, and by G. STRACHAN at the | Royal Exchange, and 
A. DODD without Temple-Bar. 1727. j [Price is. 6&] 

8. i leaf, B-N 4 , O 3 . Title, i p. ; advertisement, and book-list of J. Ciuer, B. 
Creake, and A. Campbell, i p. ; text, pp. [i]-ioo ; book-list of B. Creake, 2 pp. 
The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
B.M., Bodl. (lacks title-page). 



WHARTONIANA: \ OR, | MISCELLANIES, I IN I Verse and 
Prose. | BY THE | WHARTON FAMILY, | AND | Several other 
Persons of Distinction. \ | Never before Published. I I VOLUME 
I. j I LONDON: \ Printed in the YEAR, 1727. | (Price 5 s.) 
12 ^ sixes. ! lea^ A*, B-Q 6 , R 4 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to Richard 
Tame, M.D., pp. [i]-vii; book-list, i p. ; text, pp. [i]-i85 ; table of contents, 
3 Pp. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
B 5 is signed R 3. In some copies p. 108 is misnumbered 08. 
Bodl., Yale. 



347 

(i) (a) 
1727 



LETTERS | TO THE | Lady WHARTON, \ And several other 347 

PERSONS of Distinction. \ \ VOLUME II. I I [ornament] (2) (a) 
| LONDON: \ Printed in the YEAR, 1727. 1727 

120 i n s ixe Sf B-P, A-C 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [s]-i68, 
M-33 ; table of contents, pp. [34], 35 ; text, i p. 
The volume-signature is omitted from F i. 
Bodl., Yale. 

THE | POETICAL WORKS | OF | PHILIP \ LATE I Duke of 347 
WHARTON; | And Others of the WHARTON Family, and I of (i) (b) 
the Duke's Intimate Acquaintance. | PARTICULARLY I Lord ?i73i 
BOLINBROKE, | Dean SWIFT, j Lady WHARTON, I Doctor 
DELANY, | Lord DORSET, | Major PACK, | The Honourable 

261 



Mrs. i WHARTON, S-c. I TOGETHER | With some Original 
LETTERS of | Wit, Gallantry, &c. \ ALSO | Two ENTERTAIN- 
ING NOVELS, by the Celebrated Mrs. Arabella Plantin. \ AND 
Several Pieces of WIT and HUMOUR | never before published. 

| With a Genuine and Impartial Account of the Life, Con-\duct 
and Behaviour of that Ingenious, though unfortu-\nate, Nobleman, 
both at Home and Abroad, from his \ Birth to his Death, communicated 
by a Person of QuaAlity, and one of his Grace's intimate Friends. \ 

I In TWO VOLUMES. | | VOL. I. | | LONDON: \ Printed 
for WILLIAM WARNER, at Dryderfs Head, \ next the Rose 
Tavern without Temple-Bar. 

This is a reissue of the first volume of Whartoniana, 1727: the first leaf and 

gathering A have been removed and the following substituted: I leaf, a-c 6 , 

2 leaves. Title, verso blank; dedication, to the Duke of Wharton, pp. 1-35 ; 

i p. blank; text, 4 pp. 

The conjectural date of this issue is that given in the catalogue of the 

British Museum. 

B.M., BodL, Yale. 

347 THE | POETICAL WORKS | OF | PHILIP \ LATE | Duke of 

(2) (b) WHARTON ;[...[... Ingenious, tho' unfortunate, \ Nobleman, 

?I73I both at Home and Abroad, from his Birth \ to his Death, communicated 

by a Person of Quality, \ and one of his Grace's intimate Friends. \ 

\ VOL. II. 1 | LONDON: \ Printed for WILLIAM WARNER, 
at Dryden's Head, \ next the Rose Tavern without Temple-Bar. 
The title follows that of the first issue, with the differences indicated. 
This is a reissue of the second volume of Whartoniana, 1727. The title-page 
is a cancel. 

B.M., BodL, Yale. 

347 THE i WORKS | OF | PHILIP \ LATE | Duke of WHARTON ; 

(i) (c) WITH I A few Pieces by the Duke's intimate Acquaintance. 

1740 PARTICULARLY, Lord BOLINGBROKE, j Lord DORSET, 

Dean SWIFT, | Doctor DELANY. j | In TWO VOLUMES. 

I CONTAINING j [16 titles in 2 columns divided by a single 
line of rale] | 1 The THIRD EDITION. | | VOL. I. | | 
LONDON: \ Printed and sold by F. Noble, at Otway's Head; and 
/. | Duncan, both, in St. Martin's Court, Leicester fields, 1740, 

262 



This is another issue of the first volume of Whartoniana. The title-page is 
a cancel : the book is otherwise like the second issue. 
Library of Prof. D. Nichol Smith, Oxford. 



THE I WORKS I OF I PHILIP \ LATE i Duke of WHARTON; 
... I VOL. II. I ... 



347 

(2) (C) 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 174 
This is another issue of the second volume of Whartoniana. The title-page 
is a cancel: the book is otherwise like the second issue. 
Library of Prof. D. Nichol Smith, Oxford. 



THE | CHRISTIAN POET. [ A | MISCELLANY | OF 1 Divine 
POEMS, \ All written by the late [ Mr. Secretary ADDISON, &c. 1728 
VIZ. | [7 titles in 2 columns divided by a double line of rule] | 
[2 lines of verse, from Waller] | | LONDON: \ Printed for 
E. CURLL in the Strand. \ M. DCC. XX. VIII. (Price 4 s.) 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-E 4 ; A 2-A 4, B, C 4 ; A 2-A 4, B-D 4 , i leaf ; 3 leaves, 
b, B-N 4 ; B, C 4 ; i leaf, B-H 4 , I 2 ; A 8 , i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, 
verso blank; life of Addison, pp. 1-32: preface to translation of Addison's 
Resurrectio, signed Nicholas] Amhurst (the translator), pp. 3, 4; text, 
PP- [5]~* 2 4 : 3~"34 : title (Christus Patiens), verso blank; dedication, to the 
Archbishop of York, signed C. Beckingham, n pp.; i p. blank; text, 
pp. [i]~-95; i p. blank: text, pp. 1-16: preface (to William Alexander's 
Doom's Day), signed A. Johnstoun, 2 pp.; text, pp. [i]~59; i p. blank; 
book-list of H. Curll, pp. [i]-i6. 

Plate, facing p. 2 5, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
This is a made-up miscellany, of which only the first gathering has been 
printed especially for the collection. It is an altogether different book from 
The Christian Poet, 1735 (Book 399). As often in the case of made-up 
miscellanies, there is a wide variation between copies in contents and make- 
up. The collation given is that of the Yale copy. 
B.M.f, Yale. 



348 



Westmonasteriensium, \ IN 
DIE ANNIVERSARIO I 



COLLEGIO S fci PETRI 
FUNDATRICIS SILE 



COMITIA 
HABITA 

REGINJE ELIZABETHM \ Inaugurate Jan. XV. | - | [vig- 
nette] i = | LONDINI, | Typ. GUIL. BOWYER: MDCCXXVIII. 

Folio. 2 leaves, B-Q 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; address to the King 
(George II), signed Robertas Hay, pp. [3]-6; address to the Queen (Caro- 
line), signed Middlesex; pp. 7-9; blank, p. [10]; text, pp. 11-64. 
A small slip of errata is pasted in, usually at the foot of p. 63. 
B.M. 

263 



1728 



349 



349 (b) COMITIA | Westmonasteriensium, \...\ Typis GUIL. BOWYER: 
1728 Prostant venales apud JACOBUM ROBERTS ad Insignia 
Oxoniensia in Warwick-Lane, M DCC XXVIII. 

Except for the alteration in the imprint this variant is from the same 
setting of type as the preceding book. The errata have not been corrected. 
B.M., Harv. 

349 (c) COMITIA I Westmonasteriensium, | . . . | Inaugurate Jan. XV. 
I7 28 j EDITIO SECUNDA. | | [ornament] | | LONDINI, 

Typis GUIL. BOWYER: | Prostant venales apud JACOBUM 
ROBERTS ad Insignia | Oxoniensia in Warwick-Lane, 
MDCCXXVIII. 

The title, with the differences indicated, follows that of the first edition, of 
which this is a page-for-page reprint. The errata have been corrected. 
B.M. 

350 A COMPLEAT | COLLECTION | Of all the j VERSES, ESSAYS, I 
1728 LETTERS and ADVERTISEMENTS, | WHICH | Have been 

occasioned by the Publication of | Three Volumes of MISCEL- 
LANIES, j by Pope and Company. | To which is added an Exact 
LIST of the | Lords, Ladies, Gentlemen and others, who have | been 
abused in those Volumes. | With a large DEDICATION to the | 
Author of the DUNCIAD, contain-jing some ANIMADVER- 
SIONS upon | that Extraordinary Performance. \ | [6 lines of 
verse] | I LONDON; I Printed for A. Moore, near St. Paul's. 
MJDCC.XXVIII. | (Price One Shilling.) 

8 in fours. A, a, B-G 4 , H 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; satiric dedication to 
Pope, pp. iii~xv; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-52. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
Pope attributed the editorship of this volume to Matthew Concanen: 
Leslie Stephen, in the D.AT.B., endorses this opinion. The book is, however, 
sometimes ascribed to John Dennis. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

351 GULLIVERIANA: | OR, A | FOURTH VOLUME I OF I MIS- 
1728 CELLANIES. | BEING A | SEQUEL of the THREE VOLUMES, j 

published by POPE and SWIFT. | To which is added, | ALEX- 
ANDERIANA; or, A Comparison | between the Ecclesiastical and 

264 



Poetical POPE. [ And many Things, In VERSE and PROSE, \ 
relating to the latter. | | With an ample PREFACE ; and a 
CRITIQUE [ on the Third Volume of Miscellanies lately | published 
by those two facetious Writers. | | [i line of verse, from Horace] I 

| [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for J. ROBERTS, at 
the Oxford Arms in j Warwick-lane. M.DCC.XXVIIL 

80. A, b 8 , c*, d 2 , B-Y, Z*. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; satirical dedication 

'to my self, pp. [iii-vi] ; preface, pp. [vii]-xxi ; critique on the third volume 

of Miscellanies, pp. [xxifj-xxxix ; tables of contents, pp. [xl]-xliv; text, 

PP- M-344- 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

P. 215 is misnumbered 521. 

The editorship of this miscellany is usually ascribed to Jonathan Smedley. 

If he was the editor, it is odd that he should have included in the volume 

a biting satire upon himself (The Ode Maker, p. 40). 

See also Miscellanies, 1727 (Book 344, &c.). 

B.M., BodL, Yale (lacks frontispiece), Harv. 

LETTERS | IN | PROSE and VERSE, J To the Celebrated | 352 (b) 
POLLY PEACHUM: \ FROM | The most Eminent of her 1728 
ADMIRERS | and RIVALS. | | [4 lines of verse, from Pope] I 

[ The SECOND EDITION. [ | LONDON: \ Printed for 
A. Millar at Buchanan's Head over-| against St. Clement's Church 
without Temple-\Bar. M DCC XXVIII. | [Price Six Pence.] 

8 in fours. A-C 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; preface, p. [3] ; blank, p. [4] ; 

text, pp. 5-24. 

B.M. 

The CHOICE: \ \ BEING A | COLLECTION | Of Two Hundred 353 

and Fifty | Celebrated Songs. \ \ [ornament] | | LONDON: \ (i) (a) 

Printed by J. WATSON, over-against Hunger-] ford-Market in the 1729 

Strand, \ And Sold by R. KING at the Prince's Arms, \ and T. 

ASTLEY at the Rose } in St. Paul's \ Church-yard; and by R. 

WILLOCK at | Sir Isaac Newton's Head in Cornhill. 1729. | 

[Price Two Shillings and Sixpence.] 

12 in sixes. A 5 , B-Aa 6 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 8 pp.; text, 

PP- M-276- 

P. 7 is unnumbered. 

B.M. 

265 Mm 



353 The CHOICE : [ j BEING A j COLLECTION | Of Two Hundred 

(i) (b) and Fifty j Celebrated Songs, j j The SECOND EDITION. | 

1732 | [ornament] j | LONDON: \ Printed by J. WATSON, 

over-against Hunger-\ford Market in the Strand. \ And Sold by 

J. Astley at the Rose in St. Paul's \ Church- Yard ; W. Bickerton 

at Lord Bacon '$ | Head without Temple-Bar', R. Willock at | Sir 

Isaac Newton's Head in Cornhill ; and | /. Oswald in the Poultry. 

1732. 

12 in sixes. A 2-A 6, B-Aa 6 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 8 pp. ; 
text, pp. [i]-276. 

B.M. 



353 The CHOICE: | ... | ... Songs. | ] The SECOND EDITION. | 
(^ ( c ) _ | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed by J. WATSON, in 
1737 Wardrobe-Court, \ Great Carter-Lane, near Doctors-Commons. \ 
And Sold by T. Astley at the Rose in St. Paul's \ Church- Yard ; 
J. Osborn at the Golden-Ball \ in Pater-Noster-Row ; and W. Bicker- 
ton at | Lord Bacon's Head without Temple-Bar. \ MDCCXXXVII. 

The title follows that of the edition of 1732, with, the differences indicated. 
Half-title: [ornament] | THE | CHOICE. | [ornament] | NUMB. i. 

12 in sixes. A-Aa 6 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; table of 
contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-2j6. 

O 2 is misprinted R 3. 1 1 has the additional signature 'NUMB. II.', and 
R i the additional signature 'NUMB. III.* 

Harv. 

353 (2) The CHOICE: \ | BEING A | COLLECTION ) Of Two Hundred 
1733 and Fifty | Celebrated Songs. \ | VOLUME II. | | [ornament] 
| LONDON: \ Printed for W. Bickerton at Lord Bacon's Head t 
without Temple-Bar; T. Astley at the Rose, \ and S. Austen at the 
Angel in St. Paul's \ Church- Yard ; R. Willock at Sir Isaac New- 
ton's | Head in Cornhill; and /. Watson over-against | Hungerford- 
Market in the Strand. 1733. 

Half-title: [ornament] | THE | CHOICE. | VOL. II. | N IV. V. VI. | 
[ornament] | Price Stitch'd i s. 6d. Bound 2 s. 

12 in sixes. A-Aa 6 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; table of 
contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-276. 

266 



B i has the additional signature ' K IV.', K r the additional signature 
*N V.', and S i the additional signature 'No VI.* 
B.M. (lacks half-title), Harv. 

The CHOICE: \ | BEING A | COLLECTION j Of Two Hundred 353 (3) 
and Forty | Celebrated Songs. \ \ VOLUME III. j j [ornament] 1733 
| LONDON: \ Printed for W. Bickerton at Lord Bacon's Head 
without Temple-Bar; T. Astley at the Rose, J in St. Paul's Church- 
Yard; and R. Willock at | Sir Isaac Newton 3 s Head in Cornhitt. 
1733- 

Half-title: [ornament] | THE | CHOICE. | VOL. III. | N<> VII. VIII. IX. | 
[ornament] | Price Stitch'd i s. 6d. Bound 2 $. 

12 in sixes. A-Aa 6 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; table of 
contents, 8 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-275 ; i p. blank. 

B i has the additional signature 'N VII.', K i the additional signature 
'N VIII.', and S i the additional signature 'N IX.* 
B.M. (lacks half-title), Harv. 

MISCELLANEOUS j POEMS, I BY I Several HANDS: I PAR- 354 
TICULARLY | The D - of W - N, \ Sir SAMUEL GARTH, [ 1729 

Dean S , I Mr. JOHN HUGHES, | Mr. THOMSON, | Mrs. 

C R. | | PUBLISHED BY | Mr. RALPH. \ ~ \ LONDON: \ 

Printed by C. Ackers, for W, MEADOWS at the An-\gel in 
Cornhitt; J. BATLEY at the Dove in Pater-\noster-Row ; T. COX 
at the Lamb under the Royal-\Exchange ; S. BILLINGSLEY at 
the Judge's Head \ in Chancery-Lane ; R. HETT at the Bible and 
Crown | in the Poultry near Cheapside; and J. GRAY at the | 
Cross-Keys in the Poultry. M DCC XXIX. 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns divided by a 
double line of rule. 

12. A 6 , B-P 12 , Q 6 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to the Earl of Albemarle, 
signed Jjames] Ralph, 5 pp.; table of contents, 5 pp.; text, pp. [i]348. 
BJVL, Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

A | PRESENT | FOR A | YOUNG LADY. \ Containing a 354 (b) 
VARIETY of | Poems, Songs, Epigrams, &c. \ By several Eminent 1743 

HANDS. I PARTICULARLY, I The D of W N, | Dr. 

GARTH, | Dean S T, | Mr. JOHN HUGHS, | Mr. THOM- 
SON, J Mrs C R, | | [6 lines of English verse] | = [ 

267 



LONDON: \ Printed for JACOB ROBINSON, at the Golden-Lion \ 
in Ludgate-Street. M DCC XLIIL 

The names of the contributors are arranged in two columns divided by a 

single line of rule. 

This book is the same as the preceding, except the new title-page, which 

is a cancel. 

Yale. 

355 POETICAL | MISCELLANIES: | Consisting of | Original Poems | 
1729 AND | TRANSLATIONS. | | By the best Hands. \ \ Publish 1 d 

by Mr. J. GAY. | | [ornament] | | DUBLIN: \ Printed for 
J. THOMPSON, Bookseller, | on Cork-Hill. M DCC XXIX. 

8 in fours. A-C 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [33-24. 

B 3 is signed B 2. 

Harv. 

356 ROBIN'S \ PANEGYRICK. | OR, THE j NORFOLK | MISCEL- 
1729 LANY. | ( [i line of Latin verse] | | [ornament] | | 

LONDON: \ Printed for T. TIMS, and sold by the Booksellers of 
London and Westminster. \ [Price Two Shillings.] 

8. A 2 , B~H 8 , 1 6 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-124. 
This is a collection of pieces concerning Robert Walpole. Part II, published 
separately, has only one poem. 

The book is dated 1729 on the authority of Milton Percival, Political 
Ballads illustrating the Administration of Sir Robert Walpole (Oxford, 1916). 
B.M., Yale. 

357 THE | TRIUMPHS | OF | BACCHUS: \ OR, THE | Delights of 
1729 the Bottle. | | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for J. 

WATSON over-against Hunger-\ ford-Market in the Strand. 1729. | 
Price Bound i s. Stitcht 6 d. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-O 4 , P 2 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; 

text, pp. [i]-io8. 

H 2 is unsigned. P. 31 is misnumbered 13. 

B.IVL 

357 (b) A | COLLECTION | OF | BACCHANALIAN | SONGS. | | 
1729 [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for J. STAGG in West- 

268 



minster-Hall, \ and T. ASTLEY at the Rose in St. Paul's \ Church 
Yard. 1729. | Price Bound 2 s. Stitckt i s. 6 d. 

8 in fours. 3 leaves, B~T 4 . Title, verso blank; index, 4 pp. ; text, pp. [i]- 
144. 

H 2 is unsigned. P. 31 is misnumbered 13. 

Gatherings B-O are t3ae same as gatherings B-O of The Triumphs of Bacchus. 

Yale, Harv. 

*% The collection was reprinted in Edinburgh in 1763. 

THE | GENTLEMAN'S | MISCELLANY, | In VERSE and 358 
PROSE. | Serious, Jocose, Satyrical, Humorous, | and Diverting. [ 1730 
| CONTAINING, I [28 titles in 2 columns divided by 2 lines 
of rule] | | By Sir BUTTERFLY MAGGOT, Kt. | | LON- 
DON, | Printed, and Sold by J. PURSER, in White-Fry ars ; and J 
by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. 1730. 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B-G 4 , H 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; satirical dedica- 
tion to Alexander Pope, signed Butterfly Maggot, p. [3] ; blank, p. [4] ; 
text, pp. [5]-59 ; i p. blank. 
Bodl. (lacks leaf G 4), Yale. 

The | Gentleman's Miscellany: \ . . . | [35 titles in 2 columns divided 358 (b) 
by 2 lines of rule] | ( Dedicated to the Most Fallibly Fallible 1730 
Pope Alexander, or Alexander Pope. J By Sir BUTTERFLY 

MAGGOT, Kt. | | <fl$g feenma (CMtum, toit!) awritiim& I I 
LONDON, | ... 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 

Half-title: [ornament] | THE | GENTLEMAN'S MISCELLANY, | IN | 

VERSE and PROSE. | [ornament] | (Price One Shilling.) 

80 in fours. 2 leaves, A-G 4 . Half-title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; 

blank, p. [4]; dedication, as in first edition, p. [5]; blank, p. [6]; text, 

PP- [7]~6o. 

A 2 is unsigned : C 2 is misprinted C 3. 

Harv. 

THE | London Miscellany | Being a | Collection of several scarce 359 
and | valuable Pieces, | VIZ. | [8 titles] | Besides many other curious 1730 
Pieces never before \ published. \ = | LONDON: \ Printed for A. 
MOORE, at his Shop near St. Paul's, and | sold by the Booksellers 

269 



and Pamphlet-Shops of London \ and Westminster. M.DCC.XXX. 
(Price 6 d.) 

12 in fours and twos, i leaf, A-F 4 ' 2 , G 1 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-38. 

F i is unsigned. 

Library of P. F. Hinton, Esq., Birmingham. 



Sive Epigrammatum et Poematum 
| | WESTMONASTERII; \ 
M DCC XXX. 



360 LUSUS j . 

173 minorum \ Delectus. | [ornament" 
ex officina A. CAMPBELL. | 



, | Sive Epigrammatum et Poematum 
Quibus adjicitur, nunc primitm edita, 
[ornament] | WESTMONASTERII ; I 



8. 3 leaves, A-H 8 , I 4 , K-Q 8 , R s . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the 
Duke of Chandos, Baron Abergavenny, Sir Wortley Montague, Sir Martin 
Bladen, Sir Anthony Duncomb and Sir John Conduit, signed R[obert] 
P[rior], i p.; i p. blank; preface and errata, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [13-257; 
i p. blank. 

The fourth leaf of every gathering is unsigned. The errata are on a small 
slip, which is pasted on the foot of the verso of the third leaf. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

360 (b) LUSUS j 

1734 minorum I Delectus, 
SOLITUDO REGIA. 
M DCC XXXIV. 

8. 3 leaves, A-H 8 , I 4 , K-Q 8 , R-X*, Y l . Title, verso blank; dedication, 

as in the first edition, i p. ; i p. blank ; preface, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-2go. 

The fourth leaf is not signed in any gathering. 

This book, from its second leaf through R 4, is from the same setting of 

type as the first edition, although some of the signatures have shifted their 

positions slightly. 

B.M. 

360 (c) LUSUS | Westmonasterienses, | SIVE j Epigrammatum et Poema- 
174 turn minorum | Delectus; | Quibus adjicitur, nunc prinium edita, I 
SOLITUDO REGIA. I [ornament] I LONDINI: I Apud JOHAN- 
NEM NOURSE. | M,DCC,XL 

12. 4 leaves, A-M 12 , N 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, as in the 
first edition, p. [iii] ; blank, p. [iv] ; preface, pp. v~viii; text, pp. 1-217; 
index, pp. [2i8]-222; text, pp. [223]-292. 
The sixth leaf of every gathering is signed. 
BodL 



270 



LUSUS | Westmonasterienses, | SIVE | Epigrammatum et Poema- 360 (d) 
turn minoram | DELECTUS; | Quibus adjlcltur I SOLITUDO 1750 
REGIA. | EDITIO TERTIA I [ornament] I LONDINI, I Apud 
JOHANNEM NOURSE. j MDCCL. 

12. 4 leaves, B-N". Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, as in the first 

edition, p. [ill] ; blank, p. [iv] ; preface, pp. [v]-viii; text, pp. 1-272 ; index, 

P- 2 73> 15 Pp. 

The sixth leaf of every gathering is signed. 

B.M., Yale. 

A NEW | MISCELLANY. | CONTAINING, | [31 titles In two 361 
columns divided by a double line of rule] I = I LONDON: \ Printed 1730 
for A. MOORE, 1730. 

Half-title: = | A NEW | MISCELLANY. | = 

80 in fours. 3 leaves, B-G 4 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; 

text, 2 pp., 1-48. 

B.M. (lacks half-title), BodL, Yale (lacks half-title). 

QU^ESTIONES, | UNA CUM | CARMINIBUS, I IN I MAGNIS 362 
COMITIIS | CANTABRIGLE | CELEBRATIS | 1730. | [orna- 1730 
ment] | CANTABRIGLE. | Impensis CORNELII CROWN- 
FIELD, Celeberrimse Aca-| demise TYPOGRAPHI. Prostant apud 
J. CROWNFIELD | Bibliopolam Londinensem. MDCCXXX. 
8 in fours. A-D 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-32. 
Cambridge University Library ; Harv. 

SELECT I POEMS | FROM | IRELAND: | BEING | [4 titles] | 363 
Printed at DUBLIN: | LONDON, | Reprinted and Sold by T. 1730 
WARNER at the Black-Boy | in Pater-Noster-Row. MDCCXXX, ( 
Price (6d.) 

8 in fours, i leaf, B-D 4 , D 3 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-30. 

2 D 2 is unsigned. 

Yale, Harv. 

The second part, published in the same year, has only three poems, two of 

which are by Swift ; the third is by Delany. 

TUNBRIGIALIA: \ OR, | Tunbridge Miscellanies, | For the YEAR 364 
I 73* I |[ 2 li^s of verse, from Martial] j | [ornament] | 1730 

271 



LONDON: \ Printed for T. B. and sold by the Booksellers and 

Pamphlet-Shops of London and Westminster. \ M.DCC.XXX. 

(Price One Shilling.) 

8 in fours, i leaf, B-H 4 , I 2 , K 1 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-59, 64-66. 

Harv. 

365 BASIA I Joannis Secundi Nicolai \ HAGENSIS: | OR THE 
1731 KISSES | OF | JOANNES SECUNDUS NICOLAIUS | OF THE 
HAGUE. | In Latin and English VERSE. | | With the LIFE o1 
SECUNDUS, | and a Critic upon his Basia. \ \ Adorn'd with 
a Cut of the Author, | and another of his Mistress JULIA, 
engrav'd by the famous Bernard Picart \ the Roman. \ 
LONDON, I Printed for HENRY LINTOT, at the Cross-Keys 
between the Temple Gates, Fleetstreet. \ MDCCXXXI. 

12 in sixes, a-c 6 , i leaf, B~I 6 , K 1 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to 

Sir Richard Meade, pp. iii-xxxvi; bastard title, with vignette of Julia, 

i p. ; text, i p., 1-98. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

The translators were Elijah Fenton, James Ward and the anonymous editor. 

This is an entirely different translation from that published in 1719, the 

author of which was, apparently, Thomas Tooley. 

B.M., Bodl. 



366 FABLES, | and other \ SHORT POEMS; | Coltetttts | from the 

(i) (a) most celebrated \ CtljylijStl &tttf)Crt& \ \ The Whole curiously 

1731 Engrav'd, for the Practice & Amusement | of Young Gentlemen 

& Ladies, in the ART of WRITING: | BY | Jn. Bickham. \ 

MDCCXXXI. | Printed & Sold by Tho s . Cobb (who Married y 

Widow of | M r . John Cluer) aty Printing Office in Bow Church Yard, \ 

London, where may be had Copy-Books of Round-Hand t \ with 

Copys at y Top to write after. Engrav'd by G. Bickham 

The whole book, including the title-page, is engraved. An ornamental 
engraved panel surrounds everything on the title-page except the imprint. 
The chain-lines and the size of the leaves indicate that this is an octavo. 
There are no signatures, however, and the leaves are engraved on the recto 
pages only, the versos being blank. Title, i leaf; preface, 2 leaves, text, 
folios 2-32. 
Harv. 

272 



FABLES, ( and other Short Poems, 
Celebrated \ ENGLISH AUTHORS. 



from the most 366 

[ The Whole curiously (2) (a) 



Engrav'd, for the \ Practice and Amusement of Young | Gentlemen 1731 
< Ladies, in the ART of WRITING: \ By Jn. Bickham. To which 
is Added, a curious \ DRAWING-BOOK; by G. Bickham jun: \ f 
VOL. II. | Printed and Sold by Tho* Cobb (who Harried the Widow 
of | Mr. Jn. Chier] at the Printing Office in Bow Church Yard 
London. \ Where may be had Copy-Books, with Round-hand Copies 
at the | Top to write after: Engrav'd by G. Bickham. 

The whole book, including the title-page, is engraved. An ornamental 
engraved panel surrounds everything on the title-page except the imprint. 
For the format see the note to the description of the first volume. Title, 
folio [i]; text, folios 2-20, [i]-i2. 
Harv. 

FABLES, | and other Short Poems; \ CcrllettttJ | from the most 366 
celebrated English Authors. \ To which are Added, | Tables, useful in (3) (a) 
receiving <* paying Monies. \ | The Whole curiously Engrav'd 1731 
for the Practice | and Amusement of Young Gentlemen & Ladies 
in | the ART of WRITING; by Jn* Bickham. | VOL. III. j Printed 
and Sold by Tho* Cobb at the Print-\ing Office in Bow Church Yard, 
London. 

The whole book, including the title-page, is engraved. An ornamental 
engraved panel surrounds everything on the title-page except the imprint. 
For the format see the note to the description of the first volume. Title, 
folio [i] ; text, folios 2-23, [i]-9. 
Harv. 

FABLES, | ... | MDCCXXXVIL | PRINTED and Sold by William 366 
and Cluer DICEY. | at the Printing-Office in Bow Church-Yard (i) (b) 
London. \ where may be also had Curiously Engrav'd by the \ same 1737 
Hand, the second and third Vols: 

The title follows that of the first issue of the first volume, with the differences 

indicated. 

Second title-page: Fables, and other short Poems, | COLLECTED \ From 

the most Celebrated English Authors, \ For the Practice and Amusement | of 

Young Gentlemen and Ladies; \ In the Art of WRITING, | With Alphabets 

< Copies in all the Hands \ nowpractis'd in GREAT BRITAIN. \ Together | 

With a New Introduction to the Art of Drawing \ Compleated with the most free 

273 Nn 



and easy Designs, \ of the Best Masters. \ And also | Tables for Reducing 
the most common Gold \ Coins into Pounds and the Contrary: \ Being very 
Useful in paying and receiving MONEY. \ The Whole Curiously Engrav'd 
on a Hundred Copper Plates, \ By Geo : Bickham jun r . and Jn? Bickham. 
| | London Printed and Sold by Will 7 ? 'Dicey at the \ Printing Office in 
Boiv Church Yard. 
The title-pages are engraved. 

This is a reissue of the first edition of the first volume: the plate for the 
original title-page has been altered. The only other changes are a frontis- 
piece, facing the title-page, and the second title-page, which was evidently 
intended to precede the first, as a general title-page to the three volumes, 
but which is placed after the title-page of the first volume in the only copy 
I have seen. 
Harv. 

366 [Fables, vol. 2, 1737.] 

(2) (b) Presumably the title-page of the second volume was altered for the issue 
1737 of 1737, as the title-pages of the first and third volumes were. The only 

copy I have seen, however (bound with the first and third volumes of the 
1737 issue) lacks the title-page. 
Harv. (lacks title-page and last leaf). 

366 FABLES, | . . . | VOL. III. | Printed and, Sold by W. Dicey at the 

(3) (b) Print-\ing Office in Bow Church Yard, London. 

*737 The title follows that of the first issue of the third volume, with the dif- 
ferences indicated. 

This is a reissue of the first edition of the third volume: the plate for the 
original title-page has been altered. 
Harv. 

367 THE | FLOWER-PIECE: | A | COLLECTION | OF | Miscellany 
1731 Poems. | | By SEVERAL HANDS. | | [3 lines of verse, from 

Virgil] | | [ornament] | - | LONDON: \ Printed for J. WAL- 
THOE, over-against the Royal-\Exchange in Cornhill; and H. 
WALTHOE, between I the Two Temple Gates in Fleet-Street. \ | 
M. DCC. XXXL 

12 in eights and fours. A 4 , a 2 , B-X 8 " 4 , Y 4 , Z 2 , A 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, 
p. [ii] ; preface, pp. iii-vii ; book-list of J, Walthoe, p. [viii] ; table of contents, 
pp. ix-xii; text, pp. [i]-25i ; book-list of J. Walthoe, 13 pp. 
A 3 and a 2 are signed. In some copies p. 249 is misnumbered 246. 

274 



The editor was Matthew Concanen: see his life in the D.N.B. 

B.M. (lacks last gathering), BodL, Yale (lacks last gathering), Harv. (lacks 

last gathering). 

THE | LONDON MEDLEY; | CONTAINING THE | EXERCISES 368 

Spoken by | Several Young NOBLEMEN and GENTLEMEN, ?I73I 
AT | The Annual Meeting of the WESTMINSTER | SCHOLARS, 
On the 28th of Jan. 1730-1, at WESTMINSTER-SCHOOL ; 



Before His ROYAL HIGHNESS the DUKE, the Right 
ourable the Lords CARTERET, CHETWYND, and HAR- 



Hon- 

VEY; 



the Right Honourable WILLIAM PULTENEY, Esq; and | many 
other Noblemen and Gentlemen. | The THESIS being on a Parallel 
between | the ANCIENTS and the MODERNS. | In which were 
ingeniously handled many Notable | SUBJECTS, j VIZ. \ [10 titles 
in two columns divided by a single line of rule] | = | LONDON: \ 
Printed for J. ROBERTS, near the Oxford-Arms in War-\wick~ 
Lane. (Price 6d.) 

8 in fours, i leaf, B-D 4 , E 3 . Title, verso blank ; text, pp. 1-30. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

[The Merry-Thought.] What was presumably the first edition of 369 
the first part was included in the register of books in the Gentle- (i) (a) 
man's Magazine for October, 1731. 1731 



THE | MERRY-THOUGHT: | OR, THE | Glass-Window and 369 
Bog-House j MISCELLANY. | Taken from | The Original Manu- (i) (b) 
scripts written in Diamond by | Persons of the first Rank and Figure 1731 
in Great \ Britain; relating to Love, Matrimony, Drun-|kenness, 
Sobriety, Ranting, Scandal, Politicks, | Gaming, and many other 
Subjects, Serious and | Comical. \ | Faithfully Transcribed 
from the Drinking-Glasses and ( Windows in the several noted 
Taverns, Inns, and | other Publick Places in this Nation. Amongst 
which | are intermixed the Lucubrations of the Polite Part | of the 
World, written upon Walls, in Bog-Houses, | &c. \ | Published 
by HURLO THRUMBO. | | [5 lines of nonsense verse] | I 
The SECOND EDITION. | | LONDON: \ Printed for J. 
ROBERTS in Warwick-Lane; and sold by ... 
8 in fours. A-D 4 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p, [ii] ; title, p. [iii] ; blank, 

275 



p. [iv] ; dedication, to the authors, signed Hurio Thrumbo, and notice of 

forthcoming second volume, pp. [v] viii ; text, pp. [i] 24. 

A 3 is misprinted A 2. 

This volume was advertised in Fog's Weekly Journal, November 13, 1731. 

Harv. (title-page mutilated). 

369 THE | MERRY-THOUGHT: | ... | ... polite ...]... WaHs in 

(1) (c) Bog-houses, &c. \ . . . \ The THIRD EDITION ; with very Large 
I73i Additions | and Alterations. | | LONDON: | . . . Sold by | the 

Booksellers in Town and Country. [Price 6 d.] 

The title follows that of the second edition, with the differences indicated. 
8 in fours. A-D 4 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [ii] ; title, p. [iii] ; pub- 
lisher's, notice p. [iv] ; dedication, as in second edition, pp, [v], vi; text, 
PP- [73-32. 
This edition was advertised in Fog's Weekly Journal, December n, 1731. 

Bodl. 

369 THE 1 MERRY-THOUGHT; | ... | ... Amongst which | are 

(2) (b) inserted several curious Pieces from both Universities. | | 
1731 Published by HURLO THRUMBO. | | [5 lines of nonsense 

verse] | j PART II. | ( The SECOND EDITION. | | 
LONDON: | . . . sold by | the Booksellers in Town and Country. 
[Price 6 d.] 

The title follows that of the second edition of Part I, with the differences 

indicated. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B D 4 , E 2 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, i p.; 

editor's thanks to contributors, i p. ; text, pp. [i] 28. 

This volume was advertised in Fog's Weekly Journal, December n, 1731; 

what was presumably the first edition was listed in the register of books in 

the Gentleman's Magazine for November, 1731, and advertised in Fog's 

Weekly Journal for November 13, 1731. 

Bodl. 

369 THE | MERRY-THOUGHT: | ... | ... polite ... I ... Walls in 

(3) (b) Bog-houses, &c. \ . . . | The SECOND EDITION. | | PART 
?I732 III. | j LONDON: | . . . Sold by | the Booksellers in Town and 

Country. [Price 6 d.] 

The title follows that of the second edition of Part I, with the differences 
indicated. 

276 



8 in fours. 3 leaves, B-D 4 , i leaf, i p. blank; frontispiece, I p.; title, 
verso blank ; preface, signed Hurlo Thrumbo, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-26. 
The first edition of this part is advertised as forthcoming in a few days in 
Fog's Weekly Journal, January i, 1732: it is advertised as 'this day pub- 
lished' in the issue of January 22. 
Bodl. 

THE | MERRY-THOUGHT: | ... j ... Nation. | [ Published 369 
by HURLO THRUMBO. | | [5 lines of nonsense verse] | | (4) (a) 
PART IV, | | LONDON: j . . . sold by [ the Booksellers in Town ? 
and Country. (Price 6 d.) 

The title follows that of the second edition of Part I, with the differences 

indicated. 

8 in fours. B, B, D, E 4 . Title, p. [i] ; request for contributions, p, [2] ; 

text, pp. [3]-2Q; book-list, pp. 1-3. 

Bodl. 

A | Miscellany | OF | POEMS | By several Hands. | [ Published 370 



by /. HUSBANDS, A. M. | Fellow of Pembroke-College, OXON. 
| [2 lines of verse, from Juvenal] | | OXFORD: | Printed by 
Leon. Lichfield, near the East-Gate, \ In the Year M DCC XXXI. 

8 in fours. %* 2 , a-p, A-C, A-L1 4 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to 
Bartholomew Tipping, Esq., signed J[ohn] Husbands, 2 pp. ; preface, 119 
pp.; i p. blank; Hst of subscribers, 19 pp.; i p. blank; table of contents, 
3 pp.; errata, i p.; text, pp. i-[i96], 2 pp., 197-270. 
M 2, O 2, E. 2, and li 2 are unsigned: %* 2 is signed %*. 
B.M. (lacks leaves *A i-^C 2), Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

THE | WINDSOR MEDLEY: | BEING | A Choice COLLECTION 
of several | Curious and Valuable Pieces in PROSE and | VERSE : 
That were handed about in PRINT and | MANUSCRIPT, 
During the Stay of the Court at WINDSOR-CASTLE | last 
Summer, j Many of them never before Published. | VIZ. \ [15 titles 
in 2 columns divided by a single line of rule] | Together with several 
other Scarce Tracts, not mentioned in | the TITLE. | = | LON- 
DON: | Printed for A. MOORE, near St. Paul's; and sold by the j 
Booksellers of London and Westminster. 1731. | (Price One 
ShiHing.) 

80 in fours, i leaf, B-H 4 , P. Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-62. 
Yale. 

277 



1731 



371 



1731 



371 (b) THE j WINDSOR MEDLEY: | . . . | [20 titles in 2 columns 
1731 divided by a single line of rule] | . . . j LONDON : | . . . 

The title follows that of the issue previously described, with the differences 
indicated. The issues are otherwise identical. 
Harv. (lacks leaves C i and C 2). 

371 (c) THE | WINDSOR MEDLEY : | BEING | A Choice COLLECTION 

1731 of several | Curious Pieces in PROSE and VERSE: | That were 
handed about in MANUSCRIPT | and PRINT, | During the Stay 
of the Court at WINDSOR-CASTLE | last Summer. | Most of 
them never before Printed. | VIZ. \ [15 titles in two columns 
divided by a single line of rule] j Together with numbers of other 
very curious Things, not | mentioned in the TITLE. [ | The 
THIRD EDITION Corrected, with large Additions. | - | LON- 
DON; | Printed for A. MOORE, near St. Paul's; and sold by the | 
Booksellers of London and Westminster. 1731. | (Price One 
Shilling.) 

8 in fours, i leaf, R-H 4 , 1 3 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-62. 
A different edition from the preceding. 
BJVL, Yale. 

372 THE ( Charing-Cross MEDLEY; | BEING A | COLLECTION [ 

173 2 OF | Poems, Songs, Epigrams, Epitaphs, and | Epistles, satyrical, 
jocose, humorous, and | diverting, never before Printed. | Par- 
ticularly amongst divers others are the following, viz. \ [10 titles 
in 2 columns divided by a single line of rule] | ( LONDON: [ 
Printed for W. James, near Temple-Bar, 1732. | (Price One 
Shilling.) 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B-F 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; advertisement of 
The Intriguing Courtiers, pp. [3, 4] ; text, pp. 5-45 ; book-list of S. Slow, 
2 pp. ; i p. blank. 
A 2 is unsigned. 
Yale. 

373 Clio and Strephon: \ BEING, | The Second and Last Part \ OF | 
1732 The PLATONIC LOVERS. | Consisting of | Love EPISTLES, 

&c. \ BY | WILLIAM BOND, Esq; of Bury St. Edmonds. \ AND | 
Mrs. MARTHA FOWKE ; | Who became enamoured by reading 

278 



each others | Occasional Compositions. [ [To which is Added, 
A Collection of MISCELLANIES | By the most eminent Hands. 
| LONDON: \ Printed for E. CURLL, In Burghley-Street, in the 
Strand. 1732. (Price 2s. 6d.) 

12 in sixes. A-C 6 ; A-D 6 , E 5 ; i leaf, B 12 , D 5 , Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2]; 

text, pp. [33-36: title (The Triumph of Venus, by William Selby), p. [i] ; 

blank, p. [2]; text, pp. [3] -5 8: title (Court Poems in Two Parts), % r erso 

blank; bookseller's preface, 2 pp. ; text, pp. i, 4-34. 

*C 3 is unsigned: 3 B 2 is misprinted A 2. 

This is a made-up miscellany. The last pamphlet is itself a miscellany 

(Book 2950). 

Harv. (lacks 3 D 2 and 3 D 3). 



A j COLLECTION j OF j PIECES [ IN j VERSE and PROSE, 
Which have been published on Occasion of the | DUNCIAD. j 
Dedicated to the Right Honourable the [ EARL of MIDDLE- 
SEX, | By Mr. SAVAGE. \ | [vignette] ( LONDON: \ 
Printed for L. GILLIVER, at Homer's Head against St. Dunstan*s 
Church in Fleet-street. \ \ M DCC XXXII. 

go in fours. A 4 ; A-F 4 ; 3 leaves, B-F 4 ; b, B-H 4 , I 2 ; a 4 ; a, b 4 ; c, d 4 , *d 2 ; 
B-F 4 , G 1 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the Earl of Middlesex, 
signed Rpchard] Savage, pp. [iii]-vii; table of contents, i p*: title (Two 
Epistles to Mr. Pope, by Young), p. [i] ; blank, p. [>] ; text, pp, [33-44; 
book-list of Lawton Gilliver, 4 pp.: table of contents (Essay on Satire, by 
Harte), pp. [3, 4]; text, pp. [53-46; book-list of Lawton Gilliver, 2 pp.: 
dedication (of Harlequin-Hoy ace), to J n R h, signed Harlequin-Horace, 
8 pp.; text, pp. [13-59; book-list of Lawton Gilliver, i p.: title (An Epistle 
to Mr. Pope, from a Young Gentleman at Rome), p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, 
pp, 3-8 : heading and text (Certain Epigrams in Laud and Praise of the 
Gentlemen of the Dunciad), p. [i]; text, pp. 2-14; 2 pp. blank: title (An 
Author to be Let), verso blank; publisher's preface, 6 pp.; text, pp. 1-12: 
heading and text (Essays, Letters and other Occasional Pieces relating to the 
late War of the Dunces), p. I ; text, pp. 2-41 ; i p. blank. 
Gathering *d is inserted in the middle of gathering D, and d 3 is a cancel. 
J F 2 and % 2 are unsigned. 

This is a made-up miscellany: only the first gathering and the last eleven 
gatherings (beginning with %) appear to have been printed expressly for it. 
The intervening material consists of four pamphlets, each of which had 
originally an independent existence. It is doubtful whether Certain Epi- 
grams was ever issued separately: doubtful, also, whether it did not include 
An Author to be Let, and even Essays, Letters, etc, 
B.M. (lacks all after 2 F 4), Yale, Harv. 

279 



374 



1732 



375 Count PIPER's PACKET: 1 Being a CHOICE and CURIOUS | 
1732 COLLECTION | OF | Manuscript Papers, | In PROSE and 

VERSE ; | That were found bundled under a Bench upon Duke \ 
Humphry's Walk In St. James's Park, on Tuesday \ the First of 
August 1732, by a Pensioner of Chelsea-\Hospital. \ Containing 
(among many other Valuable Pieces, | never before Published) 
viz. | [14 titles in 2 columns divided by a single line of rule] | = | 
LONDON: \ Printed for T. WALTON, in Long- A ere: And Sold 
by the Booksellers | and Pamphlet-Shops of London and West- 
minster. M.DCC.XXXIL | (Price One Shilling.) 
8 in fours, i leaf, B-H 4 , I 3 . Title, verso blank ; text, pp. 1-62. 
BodL 

376 FEMALE Inconstancy | Displayed in j THREE DIVERTING 
1732 HISTORIES, | Describing the | LEVITY of the Fair Sex. 

[3 titles] | To which is added, | Several Diverting TALES and 
Merry JOKES, viz. \ [14 titles in 2 columns divided by a single line 
of rule] I I Dedicated to the Six fair MAIDS at St. James's | ' 
LONDON: \ Printed for THO. JOHNSON in the Strand. 1732. 
[Price One Shilling.] 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-G 4 , H 2 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to the six 

fair maids at St. James's, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 152. 

B.M. 

376 (b) FEMALE Inconstancy] | . . . | [14 titles in 2 columns divided by 
1732 a single line of rule] | | The SECOND EDITION. | | To 

which is prefix' d, | [3 titles] | | Dedicated . . . St James's. | . . . | 

. . . Strand. 1732. | . . . 

The title follows that of the first editions, with the differences indicated. 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B-G 4 , H 2 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to the six 

fair maids at St. James's, 2 pp. ; text, 4 pp., [1352. 

Bodl. (title-page mutilated). 

377 GRUBIANA: \ Or, a Compleat | COLLECTION | OF ALL THE | 
1732 Poems""and"Material Letters j FROM THE j GRUBSTREET 

JOURN^ NUMB I. of January 'ihe "8th," 1730.' 

and ]" continued to NUMB. CXII. of Thursday \ February the 24th, 

280 



1732. i = ] [4 lines of verse, from Pope] j = ] LONDON: \ Printed 
by J. HUGHS, in High Holborn, \ And sdd'by'Yi'' Warner in 
Pafa-Nosfa-Row. | | MDCCXXXIL | (Price Stitch'd Two 
Shillings.) 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

12 in sixes. 4 leaves, B-Q 6 , R 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 6 pp. ; 

text, pp. [i]-i79 ; book-list of T. Dormer, 4 pp. ; book-list of W. Hinton, i p. 

E 3, F 2, L 3, N 2, and N 3 are unsigned : M 3 and Q 2 are misprinted M 2 and 

Q 3 : in some copies B 2 is misprinted B 3. 

Harv. 

According to the editors of the Grub Street Journal there were three issues 

of this unauthorized volume of selections from that periodical. The above 

is the original title-page. The editors state that the second title-page was 

The Grub-street Miscellany Published by Mr. Bavins. No copy with this 

title-page is known to exist: it is possible that the editors were confused by 

a different book, The Grub Street Miscellany, a copy of which is in the 

Bodleian. The third title-page is given below. See J. T. Hiilhouse, The 

Grub Street Journal (1928), p. 23. 

FAITHFUL | MEMOIRS | OF THE J GRUBSTREET SOCIETY, j 377 (c) 
1 JliDtD fftjEtt ^UbIijS|ets &g | Mr. BAVIUS. | | [ 4 lines of verse, 1732 
from Congreve] | j [ornament] | LONDON; \ Printed for the 
Benefit of the Grabstreet Society, and sold | by the Booksellers of 
London and Westminster. | M.DCC.XXXIL | (Price Stitch'd Two 
Shillings. 

This is the same book as Grubiana: a cancel title-page has been substituted 

for the original. 

B.M. (lacks R 2), Bodl. (lacks F 3 and F 4), Harv. (title-page mutilated). 

THE | Pall-Mall Miscellany. | CONTAINING, [ Many curious 378 
Pieces in Prose and Verse ; | with Variety of new Songs, adapted 1732 
to | old Ballad Tunes and Country Dances. | Amongst about 20 
others are the following, viz. \ [12 titles in 2 columns divided by 
a single line of rule] | | [6 lines of English verse] | | LONDON: \ 
Printed for W. JAMES, near Fleet-Street. \ (Price One Shilling.) 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-F 4 , G 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; preface, pp. [3, 

4] ; text, pp. 5-47; i p. blank. 

This collection is included in the list of books published during February, 

1732, in the Gentleman's Magazine of that month. 

BodL 

281 oo 



378 (b) THE | Pall-Mall Miscellany. | . . . | [6 lines of EngHsh verse] | | 
? The Second Edition, with Additions. \ [ LONDON: | . . . 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
8 in fours. 2 leaves, B~F 4 , G 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank ; p. [2] ; preface, pp. [3, 4] ; 
text, pp. 5-48. 

This book is almost entirely from the same setting of type as the first 
edition ; it has an additional poem at the end. 
Cambridge University Library. 

378 (c) THE | PaO-Mdl Miscellany. | ... | [6 lines of English verse] | | 
? CJ* mitt* fciti0tt, Corrected | [ LONDON: \ . . . 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-F 4 , G 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; preface, pp. [3, 4] ; 

text, pp. 548. 

B i is unsigned. 

The book is almost entirely from the same setting of type as the first 

edition: it has an additional poem at the end. 

Bodl. 

378 (d) THE | Pall-Mall Miscellany. | CONTAINING I Many curious 
1732 Pieces in Prose and Verse ; | with Variety of new Songs, adapted to 

old [ Ballad Tunes and Country Dances. ( Amongst about 20 others 
are the following, viz. \ [12 titles in 2 columns, divided by a single 
line of rule] | ( [6 lines of English verse] | | London Printed: 
And Dublin: Reprinted | By Christopher Dickson in the Post- 
Office-Yard, 1732. 

8<> in fours. A-G 4 , H 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; preface, pp. [3, 4] ; text, 

pp. 5-59 ; advertisement, i p. 

B.M. 

379 The | Scarborough MisceUany. | AN 1 ORIGINAL COLLECTION I 
1732 OF 1 POEMS, ODES, TALES, SONGS, EPIGRAMS, c. | None 

of which ever appear'd in PRINT before. | PARTICULARLY | 
[13 titles in 2 columns divided by 2 lines of rule] | With many other 
curious and Entertaining Pieces, | on a great Variety of Subjects. I 
| By SEVERAL HANDS. | | LONDON: \ Printed for J. 
ROBERTS, in Warwick-Lane, and sold | by the Booksellers in 
Town and Country, 1732. | (Price One Shilling.) 

282 



8 in fours. A-I, A 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [31-72 ; book-list 

of J. Roberts, 8 pp. 

I 3 is signed I 2 : 2 A 2 is unsigned. 

B.M. (lacks book-list), Harv. 

THE j SCARBOROUGH j MISCELLANY j For the Year 1732. | 379 (b) 
Consisting'of | "Original' POEMS, TALES, SONGSr'EPliSRAMS^ j *734 

&c. \ PARTICULARLY']" [2olMislii 2 coiiim^^ 

of rule] | With many other curious and entertaining Pieces on 
great | Variety of Subjects. | | The SECOND EDITION. | | 
LONDON, | Printed for J. WILFORD behind the Chapter-Home 
in I St. Paul's Church-Yard, and sold by the Booksellers in | Town 
and Country. M DCC XXXIV. 

This is the same book as the first edition, with a new title-page substituted 

for the original. 

B.M. (lacks book-list), Harv. (lacks book-list). 

A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS, j | By the Author of a POEM 380 
on the CAMBRIDGE | LADIES. | j [i line of verse, from 1733 
Dryden] I j [ornament] | | CAMBRIDGE: \ Printed by 
W. FENNER. MDCCXXXIII. 

8. 4 leaves, B-H 8 , I 4 . Title, verso blank; list of subscribers, 6 pp.; text, 

pp. [I]~I20. 

Statements in the text show that the verse is the work of several authors. 
A clue to the identity of the chief author is given by a MS. note in the only 
copy I have seen. This consists of the word '01933829', written in an 
eighteenth-century hand after 'LADIES * on the title-page. The same hand 
has written the words '[2897 P27b2Qt48* beside two poems printed on 
pages 69 and 73. It is not difficult to discover that the figures 1-5 represent 
the vowels, and that 7, 8, and 9 represent m, n, and r. The names indicated, 
therefore, are * Gardiner* and 'Henry Pemberton'. Unfortunately I have 
been unable to obtain any further information about Gardiner. The dedi- 
catory poem, addressed to the gentlemen of Catherine-Hall, contains the 
couplet: 

The few spare Hours from servile Labour free 

I dedicate, O learned Hall, to thee. 

The humble tone indicates that Gardiner was a college servant, and that the 
book is one of those poetical attempts by members of the lower classes 
which enjoyed a considerable popularity during the second quarter of the 
eighteenth century. 
Yale, 

283 



381 THE | COURT PARROT, j A NEW | MISCELLANY, | In PROSE 

1733 and VERSE ; J [None of which were ever before published] | 
Containing, among many other curious Pieces, | [9 titles in two 
columns divided by a single line of rule] | f- Among many other 
curious Particulars inserted in | this Miscellany, is an excellent 
Ballad, call'd, The | Norfolk Freeholders, (to the Tune of, Hogan 
of | HougMon) printed on purpose to send down after | a certain 
great Projector, who vainly opposes the | Interest of Sir Edmund 
Bacon and William Wood-\house, Esq; | | LONDON printed: 
Sold by J. Dormer and 5. Slow. \ [Price One Shilling] 1733. 

8<> in fours. 2 leaves, B-F 4 , G 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-48. 

B 2 and D 2 are unsigned. 

Yale. 



382 THE | DUBLIN Magazine: j Or, the j Gentleman's new Miscel- 
X 733 lany. | CONTAINING | Several pieces of Wit and Humour never | 

printed before, together, with the most Select and | entertaining 
Poems, &c. that have been published for ] some Years past, VIZ. | 
[14 titles in 2 columns divided by a single line of rule] | j [orna- 
ment] | | DUBLIN: \ Printed by and for JAMES HOEY, at 
the Pamphlet-\Shop in Skinner-Row, opposite to the Tholsel, 1733. 
12 in fours and twos. A-H 4 ~ 2 , 1 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp, 3-52. 
C 2, E 2, and G 2 are unsigned. 
Harv. 

383 GRATULATIO I ACADEMIC CANTABRIGIENSIS I AUSPI- 
1733 CATISSIMAS I GULIELMI I PRINCIPIS AURIACI I ET | 

ANN^E GEORGII II I MAGN^E BRITANNIA REGIS I FILL3B 
NATU MAXIMA | NUPTIAS j CELEBRANTIS. I CANTA- 
BRIGLE TYPIS ACADEMICIS. | MDCCXXXIII. 

Folio. 4 leaves, A-Z 2 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed 
B.ogerus Long, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 96 pp. 

The second leaf is signed in gatherings A, B, D, F, G, I, K, L, N, Q, R, and T. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, French, Italian 
and Knglish. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

284 



THE | LOVER's PACQUET ; OR, THE | Marriage-Miscellany: I 384 



With the NEWEST MODE of 



COURTSHIP; | CONTAINING, | 1733 



The MYSTERIES and different Sorts of | Corporal LOVE. \ WITH 
THE | BATCHELOR'S Prayer for a WIFE, | AND THE | MAID'S 
Prayer for a HUSBAND. | Together with | [list of contents, 
8 lines] | | LONDON: \ Printed for T. REYNOLDS, over-against 
the Fountain-Tavern, in the Strand. M DCC XXXIII. | [Price 
One Shilling.] 

8 in fours, i leaf, B-~E 4 , F 3 ; 2 leaves, B, C 4 . Title, verso blank; text, 

pp. 1-34, *i, 2-24. 

J B 2 and : D 2 are unsigned. 

This is a made-up miscellany ; the second part begins with the two unsigned 
leaves. 

Bodl. 

THE | PALACE | MISCELLANY, j CONTAINING, (among 385 
many other curious Pieces) | [5 titles in 2 columns divided by a 1733 
double line of rule] | Dedicated to | Six Honourable Maids. | 
[ornament] | LONDON: \ Printed and sold by J. DORMER, at 
the Printing-Office, | the Green Door, in Black and White Court, 
in the | Old-Bailey. M.DCC.XXXIIL [ [Price One Shilling and 
Six-Pence.] 

8 in fours. A 4 , B* 2 , B-G 4 , H 2 , 1 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to 
six honourable maids, pp. [iii]-vi ; text, pp. [73-71 ; i p. blank. 
B.M., Bodl. 



POEMS ON I Affairs of State, | Collected from the Daily, 386 
Evening, and Weekly, Papers: | To which is added | The History 1733 
of the Traytors Edric the | Father, and Edric the Son, and of the 
Settlement | of the Danes on the English Throne. | | Dedicated 
to Henry St. John Esqr, late Lord Viscount | Bolingbroke. \ 
[2 lines of verse, from Phaedrus] | | [ornament] | = | LONDON: 
Printed for J. ROBERTS, at the Oxford-Arms, \ in Warwick-Lane. 
1733. (Price 6 d.) 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B, C 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; satirical dedication 
to Henry St. John, Esqr., p. [3] ; advertisement, p. [4] ; text, pp. [53-24. 
A collection of anti-Jacobite verse. 
Yale. 

285 



387 TUNBRIGIALIA : \ OR, | Tunbridge Miscellanies, j For the YEAR 
1733 1733. I j [2 lines of verse, from Martial] | j [ornament] 

LONDON: \ Printed for J. Penn, at the Dove and Bible, the 
Corner of Pope's-Head Alley, in ComhilL \ M. DCC. XXXIII. 
80 in fours. A-C 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-24. 
BJVL, Yale. 

388 [The Vocal Miscellany, 1733] 

1733 A copy of this edition was advertised for sale by James Tregaskis & Son, 
London, in 1922 (Catalogue 851, item 867). 

388 THE 1 Vocal Miscellany. | A | COLLECTION j Of above FOUR 

(i) (b) HUNDRED']""'CELEBRATED SONGS; | Many of which were | 

*734 Never before PRINTED"."'] ' WITH" f The Names of the TUNES 
prefixed | to each SONG, j | The SECOND EDITION Corrected ; 
With Additions:]" \JONDON: \ Printed for JOSEPH HAZARD, 
at the Bible against \' Stationers-Hall; CHARLES CORBETT, at | 
Addisoris-Head, without Temple-Bar; GESAR | WARD and 
RICHARD CHANDLER, at the | Ship, between the Temple- 
Gates, in Fleet-Street. \ M.DCC.XXXIV. 

12. A 10 , B-P 12 , Q 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the ladies of 

Great Britain, etc., signed The Editor, pp. [iii], iv; preface, pp. v-vii; 

blank, p. viii; index, pp. ix-xx; text, pp. [i]-34* 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

C 5 is unsigned: Q 2 is signed. 

BJVL, Yale. 

388 THE | Vocal Miscellany, j A | COLLECTION | Of above FOUR 
(i) (c) HUNDRED 1"CELE]BRATED SONGS ; 1 Many of which were | 
Never before PmNTED:"["WiTH'"[ The Names of the TUNES 
prefixed | to each SONG.. | | VOLUME" the" first. ' j f The 
THIRD EDITION"!" with many Alterations and | large Additions. | 
| LONDON, \ Printed for J. and J. HAZARD, at the Bible 
against 'Stationer* s-Hall; C. WARD and R. CHANDLER, at the | 
Ship just without Temple-Bar, and sold at their Shops | in Coney- 
Street, York, and at Scarborough Spaw. \ MDCC.XXXVIII. 
12. A 10 , B-P 12 , Q 2 * Title, verso blank; dedication, to the ladies of Great 

286 



Britain, etc., signed The Editor, 2 pp. ; preface, 3 pp. ; i p. blank ; index, 

12 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-340. 

A 5 is misprinted A : 65 is misprinted C 6. The sixth leaf of every gathering 

except B, D, and E is signed : H 3 is unsigned. Pp. 52, 95, 278, and 315 are 

misnumbered 25, 59, 78, and 135. 

Bodl., Yale (lacks frontispiece). 

THE | Vocal Miscellany. | A | COLLECTION | Of above FOUR 388 
HUND^D"]"'^l5B]^TED SONGS; | Many of which were | (2) (b) 
Never before PRINTED""]" WITH "f The Names of the TUNES I 738 
prefixed [ to each SONG. | | VOLUME" the "SECOND 'and 
LAST!"! "I" The SECOND EDITION, with many Alterations 
and | large Additions. | | LONDON: \ Printed for A. BETTES- 
WORTH and C HITCH,'" "in '"] '""Paier-noster-Row, J. and J. 
HAZARD, against Sta-\tioner'$> Hall; R. WARE, in Amen- 
Corner; and | C. WARD and R. CHANDLER, without Temple- 
Bar; I and at their Shops in Coney-street, York, and at | Scar- 
borough-Spaw. \ \ MDCCXXXVIII. 

12. A 8 , B-P 12 , Q 3 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [ii]; index, pp. [iii]-xvi; text, 

PP- Ci3-342. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

A 5 is signed, as are the sixth leaves in gatherings B F and H P. The 

volume-signature is omitted from B i, Ci, D i, E i, and Q i. 

B.M. (lacks frontispiece), BodL, Yale (lacks frontispiece). 

THE | VOCAL MISCELLANY, | A | COLLECTION | Of above 388 
FOUR HUNDRED | Celebrated SONGS; | Many of which were (i) (d) 
never before | PRINTED. | WITH THE | Names of the TUNES j 1738 
prefixed to each SONG. | | The Third EDITION Corrected, 
with Additions. I I = | DUBLIN; \ Printed by M. RHAMES in 
Capel-street, \ For JOSEPH LEATHLY, ABRAHAM BRADLEY, 
at the | Two Bibles, And THOMAS MOORE, at Erasmus' s-\ELttd, 
Booksellers in Dames street. | | M D CC XXXVIIL 

12. A 10 , B-P 12 , Q 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the ladies of 

Great Britain, etc., signed The Editor, pp. [iii], iv; preface, pp. v-vii; 

blank, p. viii; index, pp. ix-xx; text, pp. [i]~340. 

A 3 and A 5 are unsigned : A 9 is signed A 5 : O 5 is misprinted 03. Pp. 138 

and 338 are misnumbered 183 and 38. 

Yale. 

287 



389 The CONTEST: \ \ BEING | Poetical ESSAYS | ON THE | 
1734 QUEEN's GROTTO: \ Wrote In Consequence of an INVITATION 

in the | Gentleman's Magazine for April, 1733. | Wherein was 
PROPOSED, | That the AUTHOR of the BEST PIECE be [ 
Entitled to a Volume for that Year, Royal Paper, [ and finely 
bound in Morocco ; and the AUTHOR of | the Second Best, to a 
Volume Common Paper. | | To These are added, | The GIFT of 
PALLAS, | AND THE | LOVER' s WEBB, | Two POEMS on the 
Fine Piece of Linen made in j Ireland, and presented by the 
Trustees of the | Linen Manufacture to the PRINCESS ROYAL. ' 
ALSO I An EPITHALAMIUM \ On the MARRIAGE of the 
Prince and Princess of ORANGE. \ = | LONDON: \ Printed at 
St John's Gate, and sold by A. DODD, | without Temple-Bar; and 
at the Pamphlet-shops. | 1734. [Price Six-pence] 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-E 4 , F 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3], 

4, Kl-36. 

The second leaf is unsigned in every gathering. 

B.M., BodL 

390 THE | COURT ORACLE: | A NEW | MISCELLANY. [ In which 
*734 are contained, amongst many other cu-|rious Things, the following, 

viz. | [8 titles in 2 columns, divided by a single line of rule] | To 
which is added, | The Fair Jewess Triumphant: | OR | JACOB'S 
FOLLY in Attempting to | Wrestle with an ANGEL. | | 
LONDON: \ Printed for 5. Slow, without Temple-Bar, and sold 
by the Booksellers | of London and Westminster. M DCC XXXIV. | 
(Price One Shilling.) 

80 in fours, i leaf, B 1 , B-F 4 , G 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-45, 
34, 31 ; advertisement, i p. 
B 2, C 2, and E 2 are unsigned. 
BodL 

391 EPITHALAMIA | OXONIENSIA. | j [vignette] I I OXONII, I 
1734 E TYPOGRAPHEO CLARENDONIANO | MDCCXXXIV. 

Folio. 2 leaves, A 1 , B-Ff 2 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to the King 
(George II), i p.; i p. blank; address to the King, signed Gul. Holmes, 
vice-chancellor, 2 pp.; text, 112 pp. 
Every leaf except the first two is signed. 

288 



The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Welsh, Italian, 
German and English. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. (title-page mutilated). 

THE | HUMOURS | OF A | COUNTRY ELECTION. [ [orna- 392 
ment] | [6 lines of verse, from Butler] | [ornament] | To which are 1734 
added the following SONGS. | [5 titles] | | LONDON: I Printed 
for J. ROBERTS, at the Oxford- Arms I in Warwick-Lane I I 
MDCCXXXIV. | [Price One Shilling.] 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B-E 4 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; 
blank, p. [4] ; text, pp. 5-40. 
B.M., Harv. 

THE I HUMOURS | OF A | COUNTRY ELECTION. | [ornament] 392 (b) 
[6 lines of verse, from Butler] | [four lines of verse] | [ornament] 1741 
... | ... Oxford-Arms, \ in Warwick-Lane. M.DCC.XLI. I [Price One 
Shilling.] 

The title follows that of the first issue, with the differences indicated. 
Except the title-page, which is a cancel, this is the same book as the first 
issue. 

B.M.f 

THE | HUMOURS | OF | New TUNBRIDGE WELLS I AT I 393 
ISLINGTON. | A | Lyric POEM. | WITH | SONGS, EPIGRAMS, 
&c, | ALSO | Imitations from French, Gascoon, Italian, Latin, \ 
and Chinese Poets; | AND [ An Ode, from a Manuscript of Mr. de 
VOLTAIRE. | [2 lines of verse, from Ovid] | LONDON: \ Printed 
for J. ROBERTS, at the Oxford Arms in WarAwick Lane. 
MDCCXXXIV. | Price is. 6d. 

8. A-G 8 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to Voltaire, 5 pp. ; i p. blank ; 
preface, and errata, 6 pp. ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-g6. 
Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
F 3 and G 3 are unsigned. 
BodL (lacks frontispiece), Harv. 

THE | St. JAMES'S TATLER: | OR, THE I COURT of RE- 394 
QUEST | MISCELLANY. | Containing (among other Pieces) 1734 
[20 titles, the last 19 in 2 columns, divided by a single line of rule] 
Dedicated to the Honourable, and truly Virtuous, | Lady 

289 pp 



1734 



C D, of Red-Lyott-Street. \ \ LONDON: j Printed for 

JOHN BROOKS, and sold by the Book-] sellers of London and 
Westminster. 1734. | [Price One Shilling.] 

8 in fours. A-G 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to Lady C d, 

signed T. C., pp. [iii], Iv; text, pp. [53-55 ; i p. blank. 

B 2 is unsigned, 

Bodl. 



395 THE I SCARBOROUGH \ MISCELLANY J For the Year 1733. | 
1734 A COLLECTION " of j Original POEMS, TALES7"SONGS, 

EPIGRAMS, 1 c&c. | CONTHNING'l'^igl^^ 
divided by 2 columns of rule] ( [ LONDON, \ Printed for 
J. WILFORD, behind the Chapter-House] in St.' Paul's Church- 
Yard. M DCC XXXIV. Pr. is. j Where may be had, the Scar- 
borough MISCELLANY for the J Year 1732. The second Edition 
Pr. i 5. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-H 4 , I 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, i p.; 
letter to the publisher, signed Sylvanus Urban, i p.; text, pp. [i]~59; 
book-list, i p. 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks gatherings A-C and leaf D i), Harv. 

396 THE [ SCARBOROUGH \ MISCELLANY: [ For the YEAR 
1734 I734 : | Being a" COLLECTION of Original [ POEMS7"i''TALESr'| 

SONGS, | EPIGRAMS, | LAMPOONS, | SATI^srr^" I 
JP^EGYMCKS, "j Handed "about" this Season," at"" | SCAR- 
ROROUGHrf j With an Invitation to | Her Royal Highness 
Princess AMELIA. | | [7 lines of English "verse] "j " j iOiV- 
SM7|" Printed" for J. WILFORD, at the Three Flower-de-Luces', 
be-jhind the Chapter-House in St. Paul's Church-Yard. I And Sold 
by the BOOKSELLERS in Town and Country, j M DCC XXXIV. | 
(Price One Shilling.) 

The words from ' POEMS ' through ' PANEGYRICKS ', are in two columns, 
with a pair of brackets, reversed, between the columns. 
8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-P, K 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, and 
errata, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-67 ; book-list, i p. 

290 



F 2 is unsigned. The presence of the word * FINIS* at the foot of p. 56 
(H 4 V ) indicates that the book may originally have ended at this point. 
B.M., Bodl. (lacks K 2), Harv. 

THE | TOASTS \ OF THE | Rump-Steak Club. | [ornament] j 397 
LONDON: \ Printed and Sold by the Booksellers of London and 1734 
Westminster. \ 1734. (Price Sixpence.) 

Folio. A 2 , 2 leaves (probably one gathering inside another). Title, p. FiV 
blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [33-8. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. 



THE | TOASTS | OF THE | Patriots Club \ AT | LONDON. I 
[ornament] | LONDON, \ Printed in the Year, MDCCXXXIV. 
8 in fours. 4 leaves. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p, [2] ; text, pp. 3-8. 
The margins of the only copy seen have been badly shaved, and signatures 
may have been cut off. 

The text is the same as that of The Toasts of the Rump-Steak Club, 1734, and 
is, presumably, another edition. 
University of Chicago Library, 

THE | BATH, BRISTOL, TUNBRIDGE I and EPSOM I MIS- 
CELLANY. | CONTAINING, I POEMS, I TALES, I SONGS, 
EPIGRAMS, | LAMPOONS, | SATIRES, | PANEGYRICKS, 
AMOURS, | INTRIGUES, &c. \ = | [8 lines of verse, from Waller] 
= | LONDON: \ Printed by T. DORMER, for the Author, anc 
sold by the | Booksellers in Town and Country. M.DCC.XXXV. | 
(Price One Shilling.) 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-F 4 , G 2 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; 
blank, p. [4] ; text, pp. [5J-48. 

The words from 'POEMS' through *<-/ are in two columns divided by a 

double line of rule. 

B.M., Library of Congress. 

THE | Christian POET, \ OR | Divine Poems | On the FOUR Last 
THINGS. | (VIZ.) | DEATH, | JUDGMENT, I HEAVEN I and 
HELL I Written by the I Rev. Mr. POMFRET I E. of ROSCOM- 
MON | Mr. NORRIS, | Mr. WESTLEY, | DAN. DE FOE | and 
OTHERS. | To which is added, | A POEM on the RESURREC- 
TION, by the | late Joseph Addison, Esq; | A Birth-Day POEM, 

291 



397 (b) 
1734 



398 



1735 



399 



1735 



by Dean Swift. \ On Virtue, &c. by Mr, Pope. \ On Eternity, by 
Mr. Gay. \ With several other Divine POEMS, j j LONDON: \ 
Printed and Sold by the Booksellers in j Town and Country. 1735. 

The words from 'DEATH* through 'HELL' are in two columns, with a 
pair of brackets, reversed, between the columns. The first list of contribu- 
tors is similarly arranged. 

80. a 3 , B-D 8 , K 4-K 8, L, M 8 , N 6 , i leaf. Title, p. [i] ; erratum, p. [ii] ; 
preface, pp. iii vi; text, pp. 1-48, 135188; table of contents, 2 pp. 
L 2 is unsigned: L 4 is misprinted E 4: a 3 and N 4 are signed. Gathering 
K begins with K 4. P. vi has the false catchword ' Mr ' :p. 188 has the catch- 
word 'CON-'. 

Almost certainly the leaves from K 4 onward are remainder-sheets from 
an earlier book. The running-head, 'Divine Hymns and Poems 1 , ceases at 
p. 48, but the catchword from p. 48 to p. 135 is correct, and the erratum 
on p. [ii] reassures the reader as to the gap. The catchword on p. 188 
indicates that the last leaves of gathering N carried a table of contents of 
the original book. 

A different collection from The Christian Poet, 1728. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 



400 (i) A COMPLETE | COLLECTION | OF | OLD and NEW j English 
1735 and Scotch \ SONGS, I With their respective TUNES I prefixed. I 
| VOLUME L | | LONDON: \ Printed and Sold by T. BORE- 
MAN near | Child's Coifee-House, St. Paul's Church-yard; \ and 
Sold likewise at his Shop at the Cock on I Ludgate-hilL (One 
Shilling.) j | M DCC XXXV. 

8 in fours. A~Aa 4 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; blank, 

p. [4] ; text, pp. [5]-i86 ; index, pp. i, ii-vi. 

Q 2 is unsigned : B i lacks the volume-signature. 

Harv. 



400 (a) A COMPLETE | COLLECTION | . . . | NUMBER I. of VOLUME 
1735 II. | ... | Ludgate-hill. (Price Sixpence.) | | M DCC XXXV. 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
80 in fours. A-M 4 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; blank, 
p. [4] ; text, pp. [5]-96. 
A 3 is misprinted A 2. 
Harv. 

292 



A COMPLETE | COLLECTION | . . . | NUMBER II. of VOLUME 400 (3) 

IL | ... | 1735 

Tlie title follows that of Number I. of Volume II, with, the differences 

indicated. 

8 in fours. N-Aa 4 . Title, p. [97] ; blank, p. [98] ; text, pp. [991-184 ; index 

to the second volume, pp. i-viii. 

The volume signature is omitted from Q, T, and Aa. 

Harv. 

A COMPLETE | COLLECTION | . . . | NUMBER L of VOLUME 400 (4) 
III. | .... | M DCC XXXVI. 1736 

The title follows that of Number I of Volume II, with the differences 

indicated. 

8 in fours. A-M 4 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; blank, 

p. [4] ; text, pp. [5]-96. 

A 3 is signed: L 2 is unsigned. P. 44 is misnumbered 48. 

Harv. 

A COMPLETE | COLLECTION | . . . | NUMBER II of VOLUME 400 (5) 

III. | ... | M DCC XXXVI. 1736 

The title follows that of Number I of Volume II, with the differences 

indicated. 

8 in fours. N-Aa 4 . Title, p. [97] ; blank, p. [98] ; text, pp. [991-184; index 

to the third volume, pp. i-viii. 

P. 118 is misnumbered 18. 

Harv. 

A COMPLETE | COLLECTION j . . . | NUMBER L of VOLUME 400 (6) 

IV. | ... | M DCC XXXVI. 1736 

The title follows that of Number I of Volume II, with the differences 

indicated. 

8 in fours. A-M 4 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [2] ; title, p. [3! ; blank, 

p. [4] ; text, pp. [5]-96. 

A 3 is signed. 

Harv. 

A COMPLETE I COLLECTION | . . . | NUMBER II. of VOLUME 400 (7) 

IV. | ... | M DCC XXXVI. 1736 

293 



The title follows that of Number I of Volume II, with the differences 
indicated. 

8 in fours. N-Aa 4 . Title, p. [97] ; blank, p. [98] ; text, pp. [99]-i86; index 

to the fourth volume, pp. i-vi. 

Harv. 



401 THE | Cuckolds Miscellany: | OR, A | Modest Plea for PAD- 
1735 LOCKS. 1 CONTAINING, | The SECRET HISTORIES | In 
PROSE and VERSE | Of several Ladies of Distinction, who have 
render' d themselves In-| famous by their insatiate LUST. | J 
[4 lines of English verse] | = | LONDON: \ Printed for W. WIL- 
LIAMS, and sold at the ] Pamphlet-Shops of London and West- 
minster. | M.DCC.XXXV. | (Price One Shilling.) 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B-G 4 . [2 pp. missing] ; title, p. [3] ; blank, p. [4] ; 

text, pp. [s]-55; i p. blank. 

The copy of the book which I examined is now lost and I know of no other. 



402 MISCELLANEOUS POEMS | ON | Several Occasions. By 
1735 Mr DAWSON, &c. | [i line of verse, from Ovid] - To 
which are added, I A LETTER of the late Bp. A-T-R-B-Y'S I to 
Mr P-P-E. | AND | A COPY of VERSES spoke Extempore | by 
Dean SWIFT, upon his Curate's complaint | of hard Duty, | = 
LONDON: \ Printed for J. ROBERTS, near the Oxford-Arms in 
Warwick-Lane; A. DODD, without Temple-Bar; ] T. PAYNEj 
near the South-Sea House, Bishopsgate-\Street ; and J. FISHER in 
Cornhill. 1735. | [Price One Shilling.] 
8 in fours. A~H 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3]-64. 
The Dawson named in the title was William Dawson. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 



403 (b) A I COLLECTION | OF | Merry POEMS : | Consisting of I Facetious 
1736 TALES, EPIGRAMS, &c. j FROM | OLDHAM, | BROWN, I 
PRIOR, i SWIFT, | And other Eminent POETS; | With some 



from the | Weekly Papers and Miscellanies. 
pleasant Cure for the | HYP and SPLEEN. 



Proposed as a 
The SECOND 



EDITION. | With several ADDITIONAL POEMS. 
DON: I Printed and Sold by T. COOPER, at 

294 



| LON- 
the Globe 



In Pater-noster Row. 1736. I (Price ONE SHILLING and 
SIXPENCE.) 

The names of the authors are in two columns divided by a pair of brackets, 
reversed. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, B, C, *C, D, F-I 6 , K 3 , L-M, N 4 . Title, verso blank; 
preface, 2 pp.; text, pp. [i]-i34. 

Harv. 

THE I CUPID. | A | COLLECTION | OF | LOVE SONGS, I IN I 404 
TWELVE PARTS. | SUITED | To Twelve different Sorts of 1736 
LOVERS, | VIZ. | The Female Lover | The Admiring Lover j The 



Slighted Lover | The Modest Lover 
Jealous Lover | The Tender Lover 



The Constant Lover J The 
The Whining Lover | The 



Saucy Lover | The Merry Lover | The Pressing Lover 
Lover I I Amor Omnia vincit. \ = I LONDON: 



The Happy 
Printed by 



J. CHRICHLEY, at Charing-Cross; \ for R. DODSLEY, at Tully's- 
Head, in Pall-Mail. \ \ M,DCC,XXXVI. 

The list of lovers is arranged in two columns divided by a double line of rule. 

12. A 6 , B-K 12 , IA Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp.; index, 8 pp. ; text, 

pp. [i]-228. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates facing pp, i, 35, 57, 67, 87, 99, 109, 

125, 139, 157, 189, and 209, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

C 5 is unsigned : I 4 is misprinted 15. In some copies I 2 is misprinted 2, 

and p. 9 is unnumbered. 

B.M., Bodl. (lacks leaves E 6, E 7, G 6, and G 7). 

THE i CUPID. | ... | SUITED TO | Twelve Different Sorts of 404 (b) 
LOVERS. I VIZ. I The FEMALE LOVER. | The ADMIRING 1739 
LOVER. | The SLIGHTED LOVER. | The MODEST LOVER. [ 
The CONSTANT LOVER. | The JEALOUS LOVER. | The 
TENDER LOVER. I The WHINING LOVER. | The SAUCY 
LOVER. I The MERRY LOVER. | The PRESSING LOVER. | 
The HAPPY LOVER. | | The SECOND EDITION. With an 
Addition | of near a Hundred SONGS, and the Names of the \ 
Tunes added to each Song, | j Omnia vincit Amor. \ = j LON- 
DON: I Printed for J. OSBORN, at the Golden-Ball in | Pater-noster 
Row. M.DCC.XXXIX. 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 

295 



12. 2 leaves, A 6 , B-L 12 , M 8 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp.; index, 

12 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-256. 

Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. i, 40, 66, 80, 98, 114, 127, 

145, 1 66, 182, 211, and 231, not counted in the signatures or pagination. 

The sixth leaf of every gathering except C is signed. 

BodL, Harv. 

*% The collection was reprinted at the Moray Press, Derby, in 1891. 

405 THE ] FLOWERS | OF | PARNASSUS: \ OR, THE | Lady's 
3:736 Miscellany7"|" "For the YEAR M.DCC.XXXV. | CONTAINING "| 

Great Variety of Original Pieces in Prose and Verse ; | and many 
Curious Particulars published since the Year | One Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Thirty-Four. | = | [2 lines of verse, from Stepney, 
and 2 lines of verse, from Garth] | = | LONDON: \ Printed and 
Sold by /. and T. Dormer in Black and \ White Court in the Old 
Bailey. 1736. | (Price 25. Stitch'd) 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, a, B-Z 4 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p, [2] ; title, p. [3] ; 
blank, p. [4] ; dedication, to the ladies of Great Britain, signed T. G., 2 pp. ; 
table of contents, 5 pp. ; i p. blank; text, pp. 5-180. 
B.M., Harv. 

406 GRATULATIO | ACADEMIAE CANTABRIGIENSIS | AUSPI- 
1736 CATISSIMAS | FREDERICI | WALLIAE PRINCIPIS | ET 

AUGUSTAE [ PRINCIPISSAE | SAXO-GOTHAE | NUPTIAS 
CELEBRANTIS. | CANTABRIGIAE TYPIS ACADEMICIS. 
MDCCXXXVI. 

Folio. *, B-T 2 . Title, verso blank; addresses to the King (George II) and 

the Princess Augusta, signed J[ohn] Adams, vice-chancellor, 6 pp.; text, 

68pp. 

All the leaves except the first two are signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, French, Italian 

and English. 

B.M., BodL 

407 GRATULATIO | Academic OXONIENSIS | IN [ NUPTIAS 
1736 AUSPICATISSIMAS I Ittustrissimomm Principum \ FREDERICI 

Principis WALLIM ET | AUGUSTS Principissse de SAXO- 
GOTH A. | | [vignette] | | OXONII, | E TYPOGRAPHEO 
CLARENDONIANO | MDCCXXXVI. 

296 



Folio. A-H, 2H, I-Bb 2 . Title, verso blank ; address to the King (George II), 

signed St. Niblett, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 100 pp. 

The second leaf is signed in every gathering except 2H. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Welsh, German and 

English. 

B.M., BodL, Yalef, Harv. 

Sacra Scripturce \ LOCORUM QUORUNDAM J VERSIO 408 
METRICA. | SIVE | EXERCITATIONUM POETICARUM 1736 
QUM | Pro Discipline solennis ratione j Adolescentibus C.C.C. 
Longse Vacationis tempore | Praecipiuntur elaborandse [ DE- 
LECTUS | = | OXONIM, 1 E THEATRO SHELDONIANO, | 
MDCCXXXVL 

8 in fours, a, b, A-K 4 . Title, i p. ; imprimatur, i p. ; dedication, to John 
Mather, President of Christ Church College, signed Johannes Burton, 
13 pp.; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-79; i p. blank. 
B.M., Yale. 

Bacchus and Venus: | OR, A | SELECT COLLECTION | Of near 409 
200 of the most Witty and diverting | SONGS and CATCHES | In 1737 
Eotie and (Ballattttg, | Many whereof never appeared in Print 
before. \ To which is added, | A Collection of SONGS in the Canting 
Dialect, | with a DICTIONARY explaining all the Burlesque | 
and Canting Terms used by the several Tribes of Gipsies, | Beggars, 
and other Clans of Cheats and Villains. | [ 9 lines of contents] | | 
LONDON: Printed for R. MONTAGUE at the Book-\Warehouse 
and General Post-Office, that End of Great \ Queens-street next 
Drury-lane. 1737. 

12 in sixes. A-N, B-K 6 , L 5 . Title, verso blank; preface, 10 pp.; text, 
pp. 1-118, 26 pp.; canting dictionary, 118 pp. 
Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
LB is unsigned. In some copies E 3 is misprinted FS, and p. 21 is un- 
numbered. 
Bodl.f, Harv. 

THE | BEAUTIES | OF THE ] English STAGE : | Consisting of all 410 (i) 
the Celebrated"! | SOLILOQUIES, | SIMILES, | 1737 

DESCRIPTIONS; I MD* OTHER ["'POETICAL BEAUTIES j 
IN" THE* "j ''ENGLISH PLAYS, | ANCIENT and MODERN, | 

297 QQ 



Continued down to the present YEAR. | Digested under proper 
HEADS in ALPHABETICAL | ORDER, with the NAMES of the 
PLAYS and | their several AUTHORS reier'd to. | | In TWO 
VOLUMES. 1 1 [i line of verse, from Virgil] j | LONDON, \ 
Printed for, and sold by WARD and CHANDLER at"the""["S/w> 
just without Temple Bar, and at their Shops In J York, and Scar- 
borough: C. CORBETT, at Addison's \ Head against St. Dunstan's 
Church, and E. WITHERS j at the Seven Stars against Chancery 
Lane, both in Fleet-\street. MDCCXXXVII. 

The words from 'PASSAGES' through 'DESCRIPTIONS' are in two 

columns divided by a double line of rule. 

12. A 6 , B~L 12 . Title, verso blank; preface, 4 pp.; table of heads, 6 pp.; 

text, pp. [13-238 ; book-list of Caesar Ward and Richard Chandler, 2 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

The sixth leaf of every gathering is signed : B i has a volume-signature 

'VOL. I*. P. 171 is misnumbered 771. 

Yale, Harv. 

410 (2) THE | BEAUTIES | ... | ... referr'd to. | | VOL. II. | | 
1737 LONDON:"} Printed for C. CORBETT, at Addison's Head 

against | St. Dunstan's Church, and E. WITHERS at the Seven \ 
Stars against Chancery Lane both in Fleet-street, WARD [ and 
CHANDLER at the Ship just without Temple Bar, \ and at their 
Shops in York, and Scarborough. \ MDCCXXXVII. 

The words from 'PASSAGES* through 'DESCRIPTIONS 1 are in two 

columns divided by a triple line of rule. 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 

120. j i ea f, B-O 12 , P 11 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [13-329; book-list of 

C. Corbett, E. Withers, and Ward and Chandler, 5 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

The sixth leaf of every gathering is signed: the first leaf of every gathering 

has the volume-signature 'VOL. II, * P. 208 is misnumbered 280. 

Yale, Harv. 

*** There was a third edition of both volumes in 1756, and another edition 
in 1777. 

411 THE | CANTERBURY TALES | OF | CHAUCER, \ IN THE I 
1737 ORIGINAL, 1 From the Most | Authentic MANUSCRIPTS ; I And 

as they are | Tum'd into MODERN LANGUAGE I BY I Mr. 
DRYDEN, Mr. POPE, and Other | EMINENT HANDS. | | 

298 



With References to Authors, Ancient and Modern; Various J 
Readings, and Explanatory Notes, j | [3 lines of verse, from 
Horace] | = | LONDON: \ Printed for the EDITOR; | And Sold 
by J. WALTHOE, in Cornhill; W. BICKERTQN, | in the Strand; 
and O. PAYNE, in Round-Court. \ \ M.DCC.XXXVIL 

80. A 8 , 2 leaves, a, B-Ff 8 , Gg 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the 

Prince of Wales, pp. [iii]-vi; W. Thynne's dedication to Henry VIII, 

pp. vii-xiv; life of Chaucer, pp. xv~xx; preface, pp. [xxi]-xxxvi; text, 

pp. [i]-348; appendix, pp. [349]~443; table of abbreviations, pp. [444], 

445 ; index of words explained in notes, pp. 446452. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

P 5 is signed P 4 : Bb 2 is misprinted B 2 : Dd i is misprinted Ddd. P. 220 

is misnumbered 820 : in some copies the following pages are misnumbered : 

171 (17), 223 (233), 426 (26). 

The volume was edited by Thomas Morell, D.D. It contains only the 

Prologue and the Knight's Tale, with modernizations by Betterton, Dryden, 

and Morell. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. 

THE j CANTERBURY TALES | ... | ... LANGUAGE | BY 411 (b) 

Several EMINENT HANDS. | . . . | [3 lines of verse, from Horace] 1740 
| The SECOND EDITION. | = | LONDON: \ Printed for 
J. OSBORN, at the Golden Ball, in I Paternoster Row. 1 I 
M.DCC.XL. 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
This is the same book as the first edition : a cancel title-page has been sub- 
stituted for the original. 
Yale, Harv. 

A | COLLECTION J OF MISCELLANY | POEMS, | Never before 412 
PUBLISHED. | I [4 lines of verse, from Horace] j | [orna- 1737 
ment] I = | LONDON: \ Printed for the AUTHORS, by H. 
WOODFALL, Jun. j and sold by W. WARNER, at Dryden's 
Head, next | Door to the Rose Tavern, without Temple-Bar. \ | 
M.DCC.XXXVIL 

12. A 10 , B-L 12 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [ii]; preface, pp. [iii]~-vi; list of 
subscribers, pp. vii-xvii; table of contents, pp. xviii-xx; text, pp. [i]-24O. 
AS, A 4, A 5, C 5, D 4, D 5, 5, and G 5 are unsigned: G 6 is signed. 
P. xviii is numbered in the wrong corner. 
Leaves F 8 and F 9 are cancels. 
BJVL, Bodl. 

299 



412 (b) THE I DELIGHTS I OF THE | MUSES : | Being a COLLECTION 
1738 of | POEMS | Never before PUBLISHED. | CONTAINING, | 

[22 titles in two columns divided by a single line of rule] | With 

many other Pieces. | - | LONDON: \ Printed for J. OSBORN, at 

the Golden Ball, in Pater-\noster Row, and J. BAILEY, in Mitre 

Court, Fleet-street. \ | M.DCC.XXXVIII. 

This is the same book as the preceding, with a cancel title-page substituted 

for the original. 

B.M., Yale. 

413 MEDULLA ! POETARUM ROMANORUM: | OR, THE | Most 

(1) (a) Beautiful and Instructive | PASSAGES | OF THE | ROMAN 
1737 POETS. I BEING A I COLLECTION, | (Disposed under proper 

HEADS,) I Of such DESCRIPTIONS, ALLUSIONS, | COM- 
PARISONS, CHARACTERS, and I SENTIMENTS, as may best 
serve to shew the RE-|LIGION, LEARNING, POLITICKS, 
ARTS, I CUSTOMS, OPINIONS, MANNERS, and | CIR- 
CUMSTANCES of the ANTIENTS. | WITH | TRANSLATIONS 
of the same in | ENGLISH VERSE. | | By Mr. HENRY 
BAKER, j | VOL. I. | | LONDON: j Printed in the Year 
M DCC XXXVII. 

8. A 4 , b 2 , B-Mm 8 , Nn 4 , Oo 2 . Title, verso blank ; dedication, to Thomas, 
Earl of Hadinton, signed Henry Baker, 3 pp. ; i p. blank; preface, 5 pp. ; 
errata, i p. ; text, pp. [i]~555 ; i p. blank. 
P. 239 is misnumbered 339. 
B.M. 

413 MEDULLA | POETARUM ROMANORUM: | . . . | VOL. II. | ... 

(2) (a) 'j-jjg fiQ e f o u ows that of the first volume, with the difference indicated. 
I 737 go. T leaf, B-Mm 8 , Nn 4 , Oo 2 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]~545; index, 

ii pp. 

R 4 is misprinted P 4. On p. 357 the 7 in. the page-number is inverted. 

B.M. 



..I. | 
1 and 



413 MEDULLA I POETARUM ROMANORUM: I ... I VOL. 
(i) (b) ... | Printed for D. MIDWINTER, A. BETTESWORTH 
1737 C. HITCH, | J. and J. PEMBERTON, R. WARE, C. RIVING- 

300 



TON, F. CLAY, | J. BATLEY and J. WOOD, A. WARD, J. and 
P. KNAPTON, | T. LONGMAN, and R. HETT. M DCC XXXVIL 

The title follows that of the issue of the first volume previously described, 

with the differences indicated. The issues are otherwise alike, 

Harv. 

MEDULLA | POETARUM ROMANORUM: | . . . | VOL. II. ) ... 413 

The title follows that of the second issue of the first volume, with the ( 2 ) (b) 

differences indicated. *737 

This issue of the second volume differs from the first issue only in having 

an additional leaf before the title: the recto is blank, the verso carries a 

list of books sold by the publishers named in the imprint. 

Harv. 

MEMOIRS I OF THE | SOCIETY | OF | GRUB-STREET. \ \ 414 (i) 
[i line of verse, from Horace, and 6 lines of verse, from Swift] | | I 737 
VOL. I. | | [ornament]")" | LONDON: \ Printed for J." WIL- 
FORD, behind the Chapter-\house in St. Paul's Church-yard. [ j 
M DCC XXXVIL 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, A, a 6 , b 5 , B-Ee 6 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to 

Sir Francis Child, signed Bavins (John Martyn), pp. [i], ii; preface, pp. [i]- 

xxxiv; text, pp. [i]~3i3; errata, i p.; index, 10 pp. 

F 2 is misprinted F 3 : MS is unsigned. The first leaf of each gathering 

except a, b, and H has a volume-signature. 

The dedications of the two volumes were interchanged by an error of the 

printer, as appears from the text of the dedication in this volume, which 

belongs to the second volume. The leaf on which it is printed is conjugate 

with the title-page. 

The book contains prose and verse reprinted from The Grub-Street Journal. 

B.M.f, BodL, Yale, Harv. 



MEMOIRS | OF THE | SOCIETY | OF | G^^-Sr^fr. | . . . | 414 (2) 

............................................. 



The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences noted. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, B-Ff 6 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Humphrey 

Parsons, Esq., signed Bavius, pp. [i]; ii; text, pp. [i]-326; errata, i p.; 

index, 9 pp. 

K 3 is misprinted I 3 ; Aa 3 is misprinted Aa 2 ; Bb 3 is unsigned. 

Concerning the dedication see the note in the description of the first volume. 

B.M.f, BodL, Yale, Harv. 

301 



415 THE [ Muses Library ; [ Or a Series of | English POETRY, | FROM 
1737 THE | SAXONS, to the Reign of King | CHARLES II. | CON- 
TAINING, | The Lives and Characters of all the known Writers | 
in that Interval, the names of their Patrons; | Complete Episodes, 
by way of Specimen of the | larger Pieces, very near the intire 
Works of some, [ and large Quotations from others. | BEING | A 
General Collection of almost all the old valuable Poetry | extant, 
now so industriously enquired after, tho 7 rarely to be | found, but 
in the Studies of the Curious, and affording | Entertainment on all 
Subjects, Philosophical, Historical, | Moral, Satyrical, Allegorical, 
Critical, Heroick,. Pastoral, | Gallant, Amorous, Courtly, and 



Sublime, 
Harding, 



BY | Langland, \ Cower, \ Chaucer, \ Lidgate, \ Occleve, 
Barclay, \ Fabian, \ Skelton, \ Howard Earl | of Surrey, 



Sir T. Wyat, \ Dr. Bourd, \ Sackmlle Earl | of Dorset, \ Churchyard , 

Higgem, \ Warner, \ Gascoign, \ Turberville, \ Nash, \ Sir Philip 

Sidney, \ Grevill L. Brook, \ Spencer, \ Sir John Har- rington, \ 

Chalkhill, I Fairfax, I Sir John Davis, \ Sir W. Raleigh, Sir Edw. 

Dyer, \ Daniel, &c. | | VOL. L | | LONDON: \ Printed for 

J. WILCOX in the Strand; T. GREEN at Charing-\ Cross; 

J. BRINDLEY in New-Bond-Street; and T. OSBORN in | Gray's- 

Inn. MDCCXXXVII. 

The names of the authors are printed in four columns. 

8. A-Cc 8 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the Society for the 

Encouragement of Learning, signed Elizabeth] Cooper, pp. [iii-vi] ; preface 

and errata, pp. [vii]-xvi ; text, pp. [i]~4Oo. 

The following pages are misnumbered : xiii (xii), 154 (354), 162 (163), 163 

(162), 170 (701). 

William Oldys assisted Mrs. Cooper in editing the collection: see his diary. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

415 (b) THE | Muses Library ; \ Or, a Series of | English POETRY, | . . . 
? ... Names ... | ... | ... En-|tertainment . . . Historical, Moral, 
Satyrical, . . . Pastoral, Gallant, I Amorous, ... | ... | Skoeltn, 
. . . I Daniel, &c. | | THE SECOND EDITION. | | VOL 
I. | | LONDON: \ Printed for T. DAVIES, in Duke's Court 
over-against St. Margin's Church, in St. Martin's Lane. 

Except the title-page, which is a cancel, this is the same book as the preced- 
ing. The title follows that of the first issue, with the differences indicated. 
Yale. 

302 



THE | Historical and Poetical Medley: \ OR | MUSES LIBRARY ; | 415 (c) 
BEING | A Choice and Faithful Collection of the best | Antient 1738 
English Poetry, from the Times of [ EDWARD the Confessor, to 
the Reign of ] King JAMES the First. | WITH | The Lives and 
Characters of the known Writers | taken from the most Authentick 
Memoirs. | BEING | The most valuable Collection of the Kind 
now | extant, affording Entertainment upon all Subjects | what- 
soever. | | [i line of verse, from Horace] ] ] [ornament] J | 
LONDON: \ Printed for T. DAVIES, in Duke's Court over-against 
St. Mar-\tiris Church, in St. Martin's Lane. 1738. 

Except the title-page, which is a cancel, this is the same book as the first 

issue. 

BodL, Yale, Harv. 

THE | MUSES | LIBRARY; | Or, A SERIES of | English 415 (d) 
POETRY, | CONTAINING, | The Lives and Characters of all the 1741 
known Writers ; | the names of their Patrons ; Complete Episodes, | 
by way of Specimen of the larger Pieces, very near | the intire 
Works of some, and large Quotations | from others. | BEING | A 
General Collection of almost all the old valuable | Poetry extant, 
now so industriously enquired after, tho* rarely to | be found, but in 
the Studies of the Curious, and affording Enter-|tainment on all 
Subjects, Philosophical, Historical, Moral, Saty-|rical, Allegorical, 
Critical, Heroick, Pastoral, Gallant, Courtly, | and Sublime, | BY 
[29 names in 4 columns, as in the first edition] | = | LONDON: 
Printed for JAMES HODGES, at the Looking-Glass, \ overagainst 
St. Magnus Church, London-Bridge. \ MDCCXLL 

This is another reissue of the first edition. For the original title-page there 
have been substituted two leaves, the second and third pages of which 
carry a book-list and the new title-page, respectively. 
B.M., Yale. 

THE | BRITISH _ MUSE, | OR, | A Collection of THOUGHTS [ 416 
Moral, 'N^^'^d'SubUme, \ OF OUR | ENGLISH POETS : j (i) (a) 
Who flourished in the | Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, j 
With several curious TOPICKS, and beautiful | PASSAGES, never 
before extracted, from | SHAKESPEAR, JOHNSON, BEAU- 
MONT, | FLETCHER, and above a Hundred more. | The Whole 

303 



digested Alphabetically under their | respective Heads, according 
to the Order of | TIME in which they wrote ; to shew the | gradual 
IMPROVEMENTS of our Poetry and | Language. | | In THREE 
VOLUMES, i 1 By THOMAS HAY WARD, Gent. | | With 

" all the COL- 

LONDON, 1 



an Historical and Critical REVIEW of THIS, and 
LECTIONS of this Kind hitherto published. | - 



Printed for F. COGAN, at the Middle Temple Gate | in Fleetstreet, 

and J. NOURSE, at the Lamb without j Temple-Bar. \ | 

M. DCC. XXXVIIL 

12. A 1 , *A 2 , A 2-A 12, a 10 , B~N 12 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, 

to Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, signed Thomas Hayward, 4 pp. ; preface, 

pp. [iii]~xxiv; list of authors, poems, and plays cited, 19 pp.; book-list of 

E. Cogan and J. Nourse, i p. ; text, pp. [i]-2S8. 

E 3 is unsigned. The sixth leaf of the sheet is signed in all gatherings except 

D, K, and M. P, 87 is unnumbered: p. 247 is misnumbered 274. 

Sheet a has its first four leaves signed a, a 4, a 5, a 6 : there are no other 

signatures. The sewing comes after the fourth leaf. That sheet a belongs 

in the first volume is made clear by the catch- word at the foot of A 12 

verso. It is sometimes found in the second or the third volume. 

William Oldys wrote the preface and did much of the editorial work: see 

his diary and the title-page of the second issue of this collection. 

B.M. (lacks a 9), Bodi, Yale, Harv. 

416 The | BRITISH MUSE, | . . . | VOL. II. | . . . | Temple Bar. | . . . 

(2) (a) The title-page follows that of the first volume: ' VOL. II.' is substituted for 
1738 ' In THREE VOLUMES/ 

12. i leaf, B~~O 12 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]-~3i2. 

B 4 is unsigned. The sixth leaf is signed in all gatherings except D. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 



416 The [ BRITISH ^MUSE, | . . . | VOL. III. | . . . 

(3) ( a ) The title-page follows that of the first volume: 'VOL. Ill/ is substituted 
1738 for 'In THREE VOLUMES/ 

12. i leaf, B~O 12 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]~3i2. 

B 3, 5, and O 3 are unsigned. The sixth leaf is signed in all gatherings 

except F and O. The volume-signature is omitted from O i. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. 

416 THE | QUINTESSENCE | OF | English POETRY: | Or, a COL- 

(i) (b) LECTION"of " alfthe"" |''"BEAUTIFUL PASSAGES | IN OUR | 

1740 POEMS and PLAYS: j From the Ced^rated SPEN^R to 1688. j 

304 



The WHOLE Instructive, Moral, and Humour-] ous; and adapted 
to all Degrees of Mankind : | Alphabetically digested under proper 
Heads, | in Chronological Order of Time. ( Collected from some 
hundred Volumes, by the Ingenious [ THOr'HAYWARDrand 
other Gentlemen, j To which is ^ prefix'dr ' ]"" An"'^phabeticai 
Catalogue "of" AUTHORS, POEMS, and | PLAYS quoted in the 
Collection: Also an Histori-|cal and Critical Review of this and all 
the ESSAYS | of the Kind hitherto published. By Mr. OLDYS. 
| In THREE VOLUMES. ) | VOL, I. | ] LONDON: 
Printed" fo7'OLlW"PAYiS[E7 at Horace' s-Head, in Pope'$-\Head- 
Alley, opposite the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhill ; \ JOHN MILLAN, 
opposite the Admiralty, Charing-Cross ; | HENRY CHAPELLE, 
in Grovesnor-Street ; and FRANCIS | NOBLE, at Otway's-Head, in 
St. Martin' s-Court, near | Leicester-Fields. \ MDCCXL. 

This is the same book as the first volume of The British Muse, 1738. The 

new title-page is pasted to leaf *A i in the first volume. 

Yale. 

THE 1 QUINTESSE^ j OF | English POETRY: | . . . ] From 416 
the Celebrated SPENCER. | . . . | Collected from many hundred (2) (b) 
Volumes;'by" ("Several EMINENT HANDS, j To which is prefix'd, | J 74 
An Alphabetical Catalogue of AUTHORS, POEMS, and | PLAYS 
quoted in the Collection. Also an Historical | and Critical Review 
of aH the ESSAYS of this Kind | hitherto published. | | In 
THREE VOLUMES. | | VOL. IL | | LONDON: | Printed 
for 6. PAYNE at Horace's-Head in Pope* $-\Head- Alley, opposite 
the Royal-Exchange. \ M DCC XL. 

Tlie title follows that of the first volume, with, the differences indicated. 
The title-page is a cancel; the book is the same as the second volume of 
The British Muse, 1738. 
Yale. 

THE | QUINTESSENCE | OF | English POETRY: | . . . | VOL. 416 

III. | ... | ... Royal Exchange, ... | ... | ... Gr osvenor-Street ; ... (3) (b) 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. I 74 
The title-page is a cancel: the book is the same as the third volume of 
The British Muse, 1738. 
Yale. 

305 Rr 



417 (i) A | Choice CoUection | OF | POETRY, | BY THE j Most Ingenious 
1738 Men of the Age. | CONTAiNiNG7"|'"POEMS, | PROLOGUES, j 
EPILOGUES, 1 EPIGRAMS, | EPITAPHS; ]'SONGSr*cr|"BeiBg 
in Number j One Hundred and Fifty compleat | PIECES, j = I 
Most carefuUy collected from | ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS, j 
BY j JOSEPH YARROW, Comedian. | = | Nil tarn difficile quod 
non soiertia'mnc^ by A. STAPLES, in 

Coney-Street, and Sold by "j" the'CoHector of the'POEM'sT]" I 



The words from 'POEMS' through 'SONGS, &c.' are in two columns, 

divided by a double line of rule. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, A, a, b 2 , B-N 4 , i leaf, i p. blank ; frontispiece, i p. ; 

title, verso blank ; dedication, to gentlemen and ladies, signed Jos. Yarrow, 

2 pp. ; list of subscribers, 2 pp., [1-8] ; text, pp. 9-105 ; i p. blank. 

C 2 is misprinted D 2 : F 2 and H 2 are unsigned. 

B.M., Yale. 

417 (2) A | Choice Collection I OF I POETRY, j . . . I CONTAINING, 

1738 POEMS, 1 ODES, | EPIGRAMS, | SONGS, EPITHALAMIUMS, 

ANAGRAMS, &c. I Being ... | ... I JOSEPH YARROW, 

Comedian. I - I The SECOND VOLUME. I - ------- ' ~ ' " 



by A. STAPLES, in Coney-Street and 



YORK: | Printed 
MDCCXXXVIII. 

The words from f POEMS ' through 'ANAGRAMS, &c.' are in two columns, 

divided by a double line of rule. 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 

8 in fours. A-R 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-136. 

The second leaf of the gathering is signed in gatherings A, D, E, and N 

only. 

B.M., Yale. 



418 n furjer SSerjud), I Den | CPjataeter 1 Sljro toeilcmb ilontgl. SJtejefiat | 

1738 Carolina, [ Aonigin Don rofcSritannien, | 311 entioerfen, | 2Ius bent 

(ngltf(|en Ins Deutf^e iiberfe^t | Son | (5eB|arb fiubrotg SUleger, Liineb. | 

[vignette] | 3u finben Bei) ben (5eBriibern 5lorte, | Su^finblem in 

Sntona, 1738. 

8. )( 7 , A-I 8 , K 7 . Title, verso blank; dedication, to Ernst von Steinberg, 
signed G[ebhard] Lfudwig] M[eyer], 8 pp. ; preface, 4 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-i58. 

306 



Folding leaf, with genealogy of the House of Hanover, following K 7. 
) (2 is unsigned : the fifth leaf is signed in every gathering. 
The book reprints in part the contents of Pietas Academic Cantabrigiensis 
(1738) and of Pietas Academics Oxoniensis (1738) (Books 421, 422). 
B.M., Bodl. 

A | New MISCELLANY | For the YEAR 1738. I CONTAINING I 419 

[7 titles] | I LONDON: \ Printed in the YEAR 1738. I [Price, 1738 
One Shilling^ 

80 in fours, i leaf, A-G 4 , i leaf. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3]-~59 ; 
i p. blank. 

A i is misprinted A 2 : F 2 is unsigned. 
Bodl., Yale (lacks leaf F 2), Harv. 

THE | NIGHTINGALE | CONTAINING A [ COLLECTION j 420 

OF | Four Hundred and Twenty Two of | the most Celebrated 1738 
English SONGS, j None of which are contained in the COL- 
LECTION'of the same Size, call'd | The SYREN. \ = | LONDON: 
Printed, and sold by J. OSBORN, at the Golden \ Ball in" "Pater- 
Noster-Row. \ \ MDCCXXXVIIL 

12. 2 leaves, A 6 , B-R 12 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank; 

index, 12 pp. ; text, pp. [13-383 ; text and errata, p. 384. 

Q 3 and Q 5 are unsigned. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale (lacks 18 leaves). 

PIETAS | ACADEMIAE CANTABRIGIENSIS [ IN I FUNERE i 421 

SERENISSIMAE PRINCIPIS | WILHELMINAE CAROLI- 1738 
NAE | ET I LUCTU I AUGUSTISSIMI I GEORGII II. I 
BRITANNIARUM &c. $>c. I REGIS. I TYPIS ACADEMICIS. 
MDCCXXXVIIL 

Folio, i leaf, A-Y 2 , Z 1 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, signed 

Gulielmus Richardson, vice-chancellor, 4 pp. ; text, 85 pp. ; i p. blank. 

The second leaf of every gathering except Q is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, French and 

English. 

See also Ein kurzer Versuch, 1738 (Book 418). 
B.M., Yale, Harv, 

307 



422 PIETAS | Academic Oxoniensis | IN OBITUM \ AUGUSTIS- 

1738 SIM^ ET DESIDERATISSIM^E | REGIN.E | CAROLINA. 
[vignette] | OXONII, | E TYPOGRAPHIC CLARENDONIANO 
An. Dom. MDCCXXXVIII. 

Folio. A-H, 2 H-4 H, I-Gg 2 . Title, verso blank ; address to the King 

(George II), signed St. Niblett, vice-chancellor, 2 pp. ; text, 128 pp. 

The second leaf of every gathering except I is signed. 

The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, German, Welsh 

and English. 

See also Ein kurzer Versuch, 1738 (Book 418). 

B.M., Bodl., Yale, Harv. (title-page mutilated). 

423 [The Syren, 1738 (?)]. 

?I738 I have not seen a copy of the first or second editions, but see the title- 
page of The Nightingale, 1738 (Book 420). 

423 (c) THE | SYREN. | CONTAINING A | COLLECTION | OF | Four 

1 739 Hundred and Thirty Two of | the most Celebrated | English 
SONGS. | None of which are contained in the | COLLECTION of 
the same Size | call'd, The NIGHTINGALE. | | The THIRD 
EDITION, with the | Addition of many new Songs. | | [4 lines 
of English verse] | | LONDON: \ Printed for JOHN OSBORN, 
at the | Golden Ball, in'Tat^Woster-Row. \ \ MDCCXXXIX. 

12. 2 leaves, A 6 , B-Q 12 , R 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso 
blank; index, 12 pp.; text, pp. [i]~372. 

D 4 and G 3 are misprinted C 4 and G 2. P. 87 is misnumbered 67. 
Yale (lacks 14 leaves). 

423 (d) The \ SYREN. | A | choice Collection \ of the | most Esteemed and 

? Favourite \ SONGS. | Performed at the Theatres & \ other Public 

Places; \ WITH | A Collection of the most approved \ Sentiments. | 

- | LONDON. | Printed for S. Bladon in Paternoster | Row, and 

R Blyth in Cornhill. 

The title is engraved: all of the italic and some of the roman type in the 

transcript represents cursive writing, and many of the letters are elaborately 

decorated. 

16 in eights. 2 leaves, a 7 , B-U 8 , X s , Y~Cc 8 , Dd 1 , Ee 4 , X 6-X 8. i p. blank; 

frontispiece, i p. ; title, verso blank ; index, pp. [i]-xiv ; text, pp. [i]-2o8, 

229-424, 335-34- 

308 



Y 2, Y 3, Y 4, Z 4, Aa 4, Bb 4, and Cc 4 are unsigned : Aa 8 is signed Gg 3. 
The following pages are misnumbered : 171 (174), 174 (175), *339 (933)- 
This is a larger and presumably later edition of the foregoing book. Its 
appearance suggests that it was published about 1750. 
B.M. 

THE | Merry Companion: | OR, | Universal SONGSTER. [ CON- 424 
SISTlNGOFjKWewUotteawn of above 450 cdebrafed | "SONGS, | *739 
With their TUNES prefixed to each SONG, j Disposed under the 
following heads, viz. | 
[SCOTS SONGS, 

50 j With' a* GLOSSARY explaining the 
[difficult Words. 



2OO 

I Expressing their different PASSIONS. 

MISCELLANE 

including those of HUNTliSTG and 
100 <j JOLLITY, the FREE-MASONS, and 
all the Favourite Ones in the late 
OPERAS and ENTERTAINMENTS. 

f SONGS for the BOTTLE, 

[And'others'of'Wlf'and'HUMOUR. 
452 

LONDON: \ Printed for Mess. HAZARD against Sfationer'$-H all; \ 
WARD' arid CHANDLER at the Ship without Tem-\ple-Bar, and 
at York and Scarborough. 1739. | (Price Two Shillings.) 

12. i leaf, 8 leaves, B-S 12 , T 4 . Title, verso blank; preface, 4 pp.; index, 

12 pp.; text, pp. [13-416. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

Only the first and fifth leaves of a gathering are regularly signed: but F 3 

is signed, and 5, Q 5, RS, and S 5 are unsigned. Pp. 119, 256, and 327 

are misnumbered 116, 236, and 323. 

University of Chicago Library. 

THE | Merry COMPANION: | OR, | Universal SONGSTER: I 424 (b) 
CONSISTING OF \ A New Collection of above 500 celebrated j 1742 
SONGS, | With their TUNES prefix'd to each SONG. | Disposed 
under the following Heads, viz. | 

309 



, , /SCOTS SONGS, 
00 LWith a Glossary 



Glossary explaining the difficult Words. 

fENGLISH LOVE SONGS, 
lExpressing their different PASSIONS. 



93 { 



SONGS for the BOTTLE, 

And others of WIT and HUMOUR. 

MISCELLANEOUS SONGS, 
Including those of HUNTING and JOLLITY, 
the FREE-MASONS, Songs in Praise of Admi- 
ral VERNON, and all the Favourite Ones in 
the late OPERAS, ENTERTAINMENTS, and 
JFARCES. 

508 

The SECOND EDITION. | LONDON: \ Printed for WARD and 
CHANDLER, and sold at their | Shops in York and Scarborough. \ 
Sold also by W. SANDBY, at the Ship without Temple-\Bar, 
London. M,DCC,XLII. | Price TWO SHILLINGS bound. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, a 6 , b 4 , B-Ii 6 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp.; 

glossary, and book-list of Ward and Chandler, 6 pp. ; index, 14 pp. ; text, 

PP- M-372. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

X 2 is unsigned : Z 3 is misprinted Z. 

B.M. (lacks leaf Cc i). 

425 POETARUM [ SCOTORUM | MUSM SACR^E: | SIVE | Quatuor 

(i) ( a ) Sacri Codicis Scriptorum, | DAVIDIS & SOLOMONIS, JOBI I & 

I73 Q JEREMI^E, Poetici Libri, | Per totidem SCOTOS, | ARCT. 

JONSTONUM & JO. KERRUM, | P. ADAMSONUM & G. 

HOG^EUM, | Latino CARMINE redditi: | Quibus, ob argument! 

similitudinem, ad-|nectuntur alia, SCOTORUM itidem, opu-| 

scula sacra. | | Summo qu&que studio recognita, < ad fidem 

opti~\morum exemplarium expressa. \ | [ornament] | 

EDINBURGI: \ Apud THO. & WAL. RUDDIMANNOS. 

M. DCC. XXXIX. 

8 in fours. a-P, m 2 , A-Cc 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to 
Charles Areskin, signed Gul. Lauderus, pp. [iii]~xiii; i p. blank; preface, 

310 



pp. [i]-xxvi ; various preliminary matter, pp. xxvii-lxxviii ; text, pp. 1-208. 
Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 
P. Ixxiii is misnumbered Ixiii. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

POETARUM I SCOTORUM | MUS^ SACR^E: | SIVE | [list of 425 
contents, 12 lines] | | PARS ALTERA. | ] Summo ... | ... (2) (a) 
expressa. \ | EDINBURGI: \ . . . 1739 

The title follows that of the first part, with the differences indicated. 
8 in fours, a-c 4 , d 2 , Dd-Ttt 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; various prelimi- 
nary matter, pp. iii-xxviii; text, pp. 209-520. 
Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title, 
b 4 is a cancel. Pp. xiv and 279 are misnumbered vix and 179. 
B.M., BodL (lacks frontispiece), Yale. 

POETARUM I SCOTORUM | MUS^E SACR^: | SIVE | [list of 425 (b) 



contents, 12 lines] 
exemplarium fidem 



| Summo quceque studio, ad optimorum 1739 
recensuit, notis necessariis illustmvit, atque 



Scholarum \ demum usibus adcommodavit GULIELMUS 
LAUDERUS | Edinburgenus, Philologus. I | EDINBURGI: I 
Apud THO. & WAL. RUDDIMANNOS. | M. DCC. XXXIX. 

8 in fours, i leaf, a~g 4 , h 2 , A-Cc, a*~c*, A-K 4 . Title, verso blank ; preface, 

signed Gulielrnus Lauderus, pp. i-viii ; various preliminary matter, pp. ix~ 

Ix ; text, pp. 1-208 ; bastard title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; various preliminary 

matter, pp. iii-xxi ; text, pp. xxii-xxiv, [i]-8o. 

c 2* is misprinted b 2*. 

Concerning a possible frontispiece see the second issue, below. 

Yale. 

POETARUM | SCOTORUM | . . . | Apud T. & W. RUDDIMAN- 425 (c) 
NOS. Venales prostant | apud W. MONRO & W. DRUMMOND : 1740 
Et LONDINI, apud G, Innys, G. Strahan, F. Gyles, J. 6- P. 
Knapton, T. Longman, R. Mariby, /. Hodges & J. Davidson, 
Bibliopolas. MDCCXL. 

The title follows that of the issue just described, with the differences 

indicated. 

This is another issue of the book just described: the original title-page and 

the bastard title have been cancelled, a new title-page has been pasted to 

the stub of the bastard title, and everything which preceded gathering a* 



in the first issue has been transferred to the end of the volume. There is 
a frontispiece facing the title-page, not counted in the signatures or pagina- 
tion: probably the first issue also had this frontispiece, but it is missing in 
the only copy I have seen. 
Yale. 

426 A [ SUPPLEMENT | TO j Dr. SWIFT* I AND | Mr. POPE's 

1739 Works. | CONTAINING 1 1. Miscellanies, by Dr. ARBUTHNOT. | 
II. Several Pieces, by Dr. SWIFT and Mr. | POPE. | III. Poems 
on Several Occasions, j Now first Collected into One Vol. | | 
This Volume contains all the Pieces in Verse and j Prose published 
by Dr. SWIFT and Mr. POPE in | their Miscellanies, which are 
not printed in Mr. | FAULKNER'S Edition of the DEAN'S 
Works in I Six Volumes, or Mr. POPE'S in Four Volumes. | = | 
DUBLIN: \ Printed by S. POWELL, | For EDWARD EXSHAW 
at the Bible on Cork-hill, \ over-against the Old-Exchange. 
MDCCXXXIX. 

12. a 6 , A-O 12 , P 8 . Title, verso blank ; preface, 6 pp. ; table of contents, and 
book-list of Edward Exshaw, 4 pp. ; text, pp. [31-354. 
a 3 and N 3 are unsigned. 

The preface is that prefixed to the first volume of Miscellanies, etc., pub- 
lished by Pope and Swift in 1727, and the material included is drawn from 
the three volumes of that publication and from the additional volume pub- 
lished in 1732. 
B.M., Yale. 

427 THE | LARK, j CONTAINING A | COLLECTION | OF | Above 

1740 Four Hundred and Seventy j Celebrated | ENGLISH and 
SCOTCH | SONGS, j None of which are contained in the I other 
COLLECTIONS of the same | Size, calTd The SYREN, and, | 
The NIGHTINGALE. \ \ With a curious and copious Alpha- 
betical GLOS-ISARY, for Explaining the Scotch Words, I I 
LONDON: \ Printed for JOHN OSBORN, at the | Golden Ball, in 
Pater-Noster-Row. \ \ MDCCXL. 

12. i leaf, a 6 , A-S 12 . Title, verso blank; index, 12 pp.; text, pp. [i]~4i6; 

glossary of Scots words, 15 pp. ; i p. blank. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

F 4 is misprinted 4. P. 328 is misnumbered 228, 

B.M. 

3*2 



THE | LARK. | , . . | OF | Four Hundred and Seventy Four I 427 (b) 

Celebrated | ... | the other I COLLECTIONS . . . call'd I The 1742 

NIGHTINGALE. 1 - 1 ... GLOSSARY, | for ... | ... I ... the 

Golden Ball, \ in Pater-Noster-Row. \ | MDCCXLII. 

The title follows that of the edition of 1740, with the differences indicated. 

18 in eights and tens, i leaf, a 6 , A-U 8 ' 10 , X 12 . Title, verso blank; index, 

12 pp.; text, pp. [i]-37o; glossary of Scots words, 14 pp. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

T 4 is unsigned. 

B.M. 

A | MISCELLANY | OF | LYRIC POEMS, | The GREATEST 428 
PART written for, | And performed in | The Academy of MUSIC, 1740 
Held in the APOLLO. | | [3 lines of verse, from Horace] 
[ornament] | - | LONDON: \ Printed for the ACADEMY. 
M.DCC.XL. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, A-K 4 , IA Title, verso blank; table of contents, and 
errata, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-83 ; i p. blank. 
H 2 is misprinted H 3. 
B.M., BodL, Harv. 

TUNBRIGALIA. | OR, THE | Tunbridge MisceUany, | For the 429 
Years, 1737, 1738, 1739. I BEING | A Curious Collection of Miscel- 1740 
lany POEMS, &c. \ Exhibited upon the Walks at Tunbridge Wells, 
in the three last Years. | By a Society of Gentlemen and Ladies, 
[ornament] | LONDON; \ Printed for T. WEBB near St. Paul's, 
and sold by I the Booksellers of London and Westminster. I 
M.DCC.XL. | (Price 6 d~) 

80 in fours. A-C 4 , D 2 . Title, p, [i] ; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. 3-26; 2 pp. 
blank. 

B.M., BodL, Yale (lacks leaves C i-C 3), Harv. 

VERNON's | GLORY. | CONTAINING | Fourteen NEW SONGS, 430 
occasioned | by the Taking of Porto-Bella \ and Fort Chagre, \ 1740 
VERNON semper viret. \ The Family Motto. I I [ornament] 
[LONDON: \ Printed by W. WEBB, near S*. Paul's. 1740. 
(Price Sixpence.) 

8 in fours. A-E 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3]-39; * p. blank. 
Yale, Harv. 

313 ss 



431 THE I Bath MISCELLANY. | For the YEAR 1740. | WROTE 
1741 BY I The GENTLEMEN and LADIES \ at that PLACE. | 
CONTAINING | All the LAMPOONS, SATYRS, | PANE- 
GYRICKS, 8cc. \ For that YEAR. | [ornament] | BATH: \ 
Printed for W. JONES, and sold by W. LOBB | there; and by 
JACOB ROBINSON, Bookseller, | in Ludgate-street ; and the 
Pamphlet Shops of Lon-\don and Westminster. 1741 | [Price One 
Shilling.] 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-F 4 , G 2 . Title, verso blank; publisher's preface, 
signed W. J[ones], i p.; r p. blank; text, pp. [i]~43; i p- blank. 
B.M. 

431 (b) THE | Bath MISCELLANY. | . . . | PANEGYRICS, &c.\... 
1741 Tlle tit } e follows that of the edition just described, with the differences 

indicated. 

8. 6 leaves, B-F 8 , 4 leaves, G 4 . Title, verso blank; publisher's preface, 

signed W. J[ones], i p.; i p. blank; dedication, to Mr. John Chandler, 

3 pp. ; i p. blank; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, 2 pp., [i]-85 ; book-list of 

J. Leake, 10 pp. ; i p. blank. 

Harv. 

432 THE I CANTERBURY \ TALES | OF | CHA UCER, \ Modernised 

(1) (a) by several Hands. I | Published by Mr. OGLE. \ \ VOL. I. | 
1741 _ | [ornament] | | LONDON: \ Printed for J. and R. TONSON, 

in the Strand. | | M DCC XLI. 

8. 2 leaves, a-c 8 , d 5 , A-P 8 , Q 5 . Title verso blank; table of contents, 

pp. [i, ii] ; life of Chaucer, pp. iii-lx; text, pp. 1-250. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

d 4 is signed: E 3, M 4, N 4, and Q 3 are unsigned. P. vi is unnumbered. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

432 THE I CANTERBURY \ TALES | . . . ) VOL. II. | . . . | LON~ 

(2) (a) DON:\... 

1741 The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
8. 2 leaves, a 4 , B-U 8 , X 6 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, i p. ; 
i p. blank; text, pp. 1-324. 

F 3, F 4, N 4, Q 3, Q 4, and, in some copies, L 4 are unsigned: N 3 is mis- 
printed L 3. P. 200 is unnumbered: p. 257 is misnumbered 572. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

314 



Mr. DRYDEN, | Mr. GROSVENOR, | Mr. MARK- 1742 
Mr. POPE, | Mr. OGLE, | Published by Mr. OGLE. | To 



THE | CANTERBURY \ TALES | . . . | VOL. III. | . . . 432 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. (3) ( a ) 
8. A, a 8 , b 4 , B-R 8 , S*. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; table of contents, p. iii; I 74 I 
blank, p. [iv] ; prefatory letter, signed George Ogle, pp. v-xxviii ; letter 
from Petrarch to Boccaccio, pp. xxix-xxxii; text, pp. 1-271 ; i p. blank. 
P. xiv is misnumbered viv: p. 5 is unnumbered. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

THE | CANTERBURY TALES | OF | CHAUCER, | Modernis'd 432 
by | Mr. BETTERTON, | Mr. BOYSE, LMr.JBROOKE, |_Mr. (i) (b) 

LAND, 

which is Prefixed, I' The LIFE of CHAUCER, | Written by 

Mr. URRY I In TWO VOLUMES. I | VOL. I. I 

DUBLIN: I Printed by and for GEORGE FAULKNER. | 

M,D,CC,XLII. 

The names of the authors are in two columns, divided by a single line of rule. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, a-d 6 , e 4 , B~P 6 , Q 1 , 2 leaves, A-K 6 , L 4 . Title, verso 

blank; table of contents, 2 pp.; life of Chaucer, pp. i-lvi; text, pp. 1-170, 

1-131 ; book-list of George Faulkner, i p. 

*M 6 and *P i are cancels ; a e 3 is signed : 2 A 2 and 2 A 3 are unsigned. Pp. *xli, 

1 ii3, and X ii4 are misnumbered xi, 114, and 113; p. 1 i69 is numbered in 

the wrong corner. 

B.M. 

THE I CANTERBURY TALES | OF | CHAUCER, I Modernised 432 
by several Hands. | | Published by Mr. OGLE. \ | VOL. II. j (2) (b) 
I [ornament] I = I DUBLIN: \ Printed by and for GEORGE 1742 
FAULKNER. | | M,D,CC,XLII. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, B~Q 6 , R 2 , A-N 6 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, 
i p.; i p. blank; text, pp. 1-184; bastard title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii]; pre- 
fatory letter, signed George Ogle, pp. [iii]~xxxv ; blank, p. [xxxvi] ; text, 
pp. [37]-i47 ; blank, p. [148] ; letter from Petrarch to Boccaccio, pp. [149] 
156. 

*C 3, *G 2, and 2 N 2 are unsigned: p. *i7 is unnumbered; pp. 2 no and 2 i2o 
are misnumbered 1101 and 20. 
B.M, 

THE | Musical Companion: | OR, | LADY's MAGAZINE. | Being 433 
a complete | COLLECTION | Of the Choicest and most Approved | 1741 

315 



English and Scotch SONGS, AIRS, | CATCHES, fc. | In all the | 
English Operasr Entertainment and other | Musical Composi- 
tions. | | [6 lines of verse, from Tickell] | - | LONDON: \ 
Printed for T. READ, in White-Fryers, Fleet-street. \ j 
MDCCXLL 

8. i leaf, B-Bb 8 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. pz] ; text, pp. [3]~242, 245-388. 
Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
M 3 is misprinted M 2: N 4 is unsigned. P. 194 is numbered in the wrong 
corner. 

The book appears to have been issued in twelve parts. D i has an addi- 
tional signature, ' No. II ', and the first leaf of every second gathering there- 
after has a similar signature, the last being 'No. XII ' on leaf Aa i. 
Harv* 

434 POEMS I ON I SEVERAL OCCASIONS. | COLLECTED FROM 

1741 THE I SPECTATORS | AND OTHER AUTHORS. | | Multum 
in parvo. \ | [ornament] | = | LONDON: \ Printed MAY the 
Seventh, in the Year | | M DCC XLI. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-E 4 , F 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 2 pp. ; 

text, pp. [x]-36. 

Cambridge University Library. 

435 THE | NEW MINISTRY. | CONTAINING | A COLLECTION of 
(i) (a) aU the Satyrical | POEMS, SONGS, 6-c. since the Be-| ginning of 

1742 1742. | Being more in Number than any other | Collection hitherto 
published, tho' I Double the Price. | | [ornament] | | LON- 
DON: | Printed for W. WEBB, near St. Paul's. \ \ M.DCC.XLII. | 
(Price Six-pence.) 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-E 4 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 2 pp, ; 
text, pp. [i]-3 2 - 
B.M., Yale. 

435 THE | NEW MINISTRY, | . . . | (Price Sixpence.) 

(*) (b) The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
1742 Another edition: the title-page and gatherings B-D have been reset. The 
collation is the same as that of the first edition. 
B.M., Bodl., Yale, Haxv. 



THE | NEW MINISTRY. | PART II. | CONTAINING I A COL- 435 
LECTION of all the Satyrical | POEMS, SONGS, &c. since the (2) (a) 
Be-|ginning of 1742, I to this Time. I | [ornament] I I LON- 1742 
DON: | Printed for W. WEBB, near St. Paul's. \ | M.DCC.XLIL j 
(Price Sixpence.) 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-D 4 , E 2 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; 
text, pp. [i]-27 ; i p. blank. 

The text of p. 25 seems to differ in setting in the two Yale copies, but this 
does not seem to be true of any other page. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 



THE | NEW MINISTRY. | PART III. | CONTAINING I A 
COLLECTION of all the Satyrical | POEMS, SONGS, &c. since 
the Be-| ginning of 1742. | | [ornament] j | LONDON: 
Printed for W. WEBB, near St. Paul's. \ \ M.DCC.XLIIL 
(Price Sixpence.) 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-D 4 , E 2 . Title, verso blank, table of contents, 2 pp 
text, pp, 1-27; i p. blank. 
C 2 is misprinted B 2. 
B.M., Bodl. 



435 

(3) (a) 
1743 



POEMS | ON | Several Occasions. | BY I MATTHEW PRIOR, 436 (d) 
Esq; | | VOLUME THE SECOND. | | THE FOURTH 1742 
EDITION. I I To which is Prefixed, I The LIFE of Mr PRIOR, I 
By SAMUEL HUMPHREYS, Esq; I I ADORNED WITH 
CUTS. | | LONDON: \ Printed for C. HITCH at the Red Lyon 
in Pater-\Noster-Row t and J. HODGES at the Looking-\gla$$ over 
against St Magnus-Church London-\Bridge. \ | M.DCC.XLIL 

12. A, a, b, B-L, A-E 12 . Blank, p. [i] ; frontispiece, p. [ii] ; title, p. [iii] ; 
blank, p, [iv] ; dedication, to the Duke of Dorset, signed Samuel Humphreys, 
pp. [v-viii] ; table of contents, pp. [ix-xii] ; life of Prior, and commendatory 
verse, pp. [xiii]-lxxii ; text (including plates) 2 pp., 1-16, 2 pp., 17-236, 

[l]~I2O. 

In addition to the frontispiece, there are three plates, all of which are 
counted in the signatures: that in the second series is also counted in the 
pagination. 

The poems by various authors constitute the material in the second series 
of signatures, which may have had a previous independent existence. 

317 



X A 3, X A 5, and 2 E 4 are misprinted A 4, A 6, and E 5 : *A 6, a 6, *B 6 and 
the sixth leaves of gatherings 2 A 2 E are signed : G 3 is unsigned : a i and 
2 C i lack a volume-signature. P. lii is misnumbered ii, 
B.M. ; Library of Professor J. M. Berdan, New Haven, Conn. 

437 POEMS | Written occasionaUy by | JOHN WINSTANttY, \ 
*74% A.MX.D. | E.S.T.C.D. | Interspers'dTwST^^ 

Several INGENIOUS HANDS. | | [i line of verse, from 
Horace]""]"" "]'"'" ioma^nt]"'"'|'"= | DUBLIN: \ Printed by S. 
POWELL, for the Author, | | M DCC XLII7 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

8. a 8 , b 4 , c 1 , A-U 8 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; printer's preface, in verse, 

p. [iii]; 'preface dedicatory', in verse, pp. [iv], v; commendatory verse, 

pp. vi, vii; table of contents, pp. [viii]--xiv; list of subscribers, ii pp.; 

request, in verse, concerning the correction of errors, i p. ; text, pp. 1-320. 

Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

A second volume was published in 1751. 

438 THE j Summer Miscellany: | OR, | A PRESENT for the COUN- 
1742 TRY. | CONTAINING j [14 titles in 2 columns divided by a 

double line of rule] | Many of which were never before Printed. | = | 
[ornament] | = j LONDON; \ Printed for T. COOPER, at the 
Globe in Pater-noster \ Row, MDCCXLIL 

Half-title: [ornament] | THE | Summer Miscellany, &c. \ [ornament] | 

[Price One Shilling.] 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B-G 4 . Half-title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; title, p. [3] ; 

blank, p. [4] ; text, pp. 5-53 ; 3 pp. blank. 

G 2 is unsigned. 

BodL, Yale (lacks half-title). 

438 (b) THE | Summer Miscellany: | . . . | CONTAINING, | [22 titles in 
1742 2 columns divided by a double line of rule] | Many . . . Printed. | 
| [ornament] | | LONDON: \ . . . | Row, 1742. [Price One 
Shilling.] 



The title follows that of the edition just described, with the differences 

indicated. 

8 in fours, i leaf, B-G 4 , H 3 , Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-54. 

BJVL, Harv. 

318 



COURT WHISPERS: | OR, A | MAGAZINE of WIT, I A I 439 
SATYR | FOR THE | COUNTRY. | CONTAINING, [ [18 titles 1743 
in 2 columns, divided by a single line of rale] | [ornament] 
LONDON; \ Printed for W. WEBB, near St. Paul's. 1743. 
[Price One Shilling.] 

80 in fours, i leaf, B-G 4 , H 1 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-50. 

C 2 is unsigned. 

Bodl. 

THE | Foundling Hospital | FOR | WIT. | INTENDED | For the 440 
Reception and Preservation of | such Brats of WIT and (i) (a) 
HUMOUR, I whose Parents chuse to Drop them. | CONTAINING I 1743 
All the SATIRES, ODES, BALLADS, EPIGRAMS, &c. \ that 
have been wrote since the Change of the | Ministry, many of 
which have never before been | Printed. | | Number I. To be 
continued Occasionally. | | [2 lines of verse, from Juvenal] | | 
[ornament] ] = | LONDON: \ Printed for G. LION near Ludgate. 
1743. 

Half-title: [ornament] | THE | Foundling Hospital | FOE. | WIT. | [orna- 
ment] | [Price One Shilling.] 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B~K 4 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; 
'Royal Charter of Apollo and the Muses', pp. [i]-iv; text, pp. [i]-7i ; i p. 
blank. 

C 2 and F 2 are unsigned. 

The table of contents, sometimes found on a leaf inserted after the title- 
page, was printed as a part of the second number. 

The name of the editor, as given in the charter, is Samuel Silence (Timothy 
Silence, in later parts). He has been variously identified as Charles Hanbury 
Williams and the Earl of Chesterfield. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

THE | Foundling Hospital | FOR | WIT. | ... | ... EPIGRAMS 440 
. . . since the j Change . . . have j never . . . Printed. | . . . (i) (b) 

The title follows that of the edition first described, with the differences I 743 

indicated. 

8<> in fours. A 3 , B 1 , B-I 4 , K 2 . Title, verso blank; 'charter', pp. [i]-iv; 

text, pp. [i]~7<x 

This may be the earlier edition. 

B.M. 

319 



440 THE ! Foundling Hospital, | FOR | WIT. | J NUMBER II. | | 

(2) (a) CONTAINING, | [30 titles in 2 columns divided by a single line 

1743 of rale] I With many Curious Pieces never before printed, anda\ 

General Table of Contents to the Whole. \ j By TIMOTHY 

SILENCE, Esq;\\ LONDON : Printed for J. LYON in Ludgate- 

street. 1743. | p> LETTERS Directed for the AUTHOR at 

Brown's Coffee-| House Spring-Garden, will be received. [Price One 

Shilling.] 

80 in fours. 2 leaves, B~H 4 , P. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; table of contents 
of first number, pp. iii, iv; text, pp. [i]-57; table of contents of second 
number, pp. 58-60. 
B 2 is misprinted B 3. 
B.M., Bodl. 

440 THE | Foundling Hospital, | FOR | WIT. | | NUMBER II. | 

(2) (b) ... | ... 1744. | ... 

J 744 The title follows that of the first edition, with the difference indicated. 
The collation is the same as that of the first edition. 
B.M. 

440 THE [ Foundling Hospital, | FOR | WIT. | | NUMBER II. | 

(2) (c) ... | ... 1744. | ... | ... received. 

*744 The title follows that of the first edition with the differences indicated. 

The collation is the same as that of the first edition, except that F i is 

unsigned. 

B.M., Yale. 

440 THE j Foundling Hospital | FOR | WIT. | | NUMBER II. | 

(2) (d) i ... many other Curious Pieces, some of which were \ never 

1749 Wove printed. \-\By TIMOTHY SILENCE, Esq;\ \ LON- 
DON: 1 Printed for W. WEBB, near St. Paul's. 1749. | Where 
may be had any of the other Numbers. 

The title follows that of the first edition, with the differences indicated. 
Half-title: [ornament] | THE | Foundling Hospital | FOR | WIT. | ornament | 
(Price One Shilling.) 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B-H 4 , I 2 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; 
text, pp. [x]-57 ; table of contents, pp. 58-60. 
Yale, Harv. 

320 



THE [ Foundling Hospital, | FOR [ WIT. | Intended for the | 440 

Reception and Preservation of such Brats of WIT and | HUMOUR (3) (a) 
whose Parents chuse to Drop them. | | NUMBER III. to be 1746 
Continued Occasionally. | ( CONTAINING. | [28 titles in 2 
columns divided by a single line of rule] | With many Curious 
Pieces never before printed, and a \ General Table of Contents to the 
Whole. | | By TIMOTHY SILENCE, Esq\\ \ LONDON: 
Printed for W. WEBB near St Pauls. 1746. | Where may be had 
Number I. and II. Containing all the Satires, Odes, Ballads, and | 
Epigrams by the Prime WITS of this Age since the Change of the 

late Earl of | ds Administration. 

8<> in fours. I leaf, B-H 4 , I 3 . Title, i p. ; table of contents, i p. ; text, 

PP- M-62. 

F 2 is misprinted F 3 : I 2 is unsigned. 

B.M., BodL, Yale. 

THE I Foundling Hospital | FOR | WIT. | . . . | NUMBER III. 440 

... | ... | ... WEBB, near St. Paul's. 1746. | ... I and II | (3) (b) 

Epigrams, . . . | d's Administration. 1746 

The title follows that of the edition first described, with the differences 

indicated. 

The collation is the same as that of the edition first described, except that 

there are no irregularities in the signatures. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

THE | Foundling Hospital | FOR | WIT. | Intended for the | 440 
Reception and Preservation of such Brats of WIT and | HUMOUR (4) (a) 
whose Parents chuse to Drop them. | ( NUMBER IV. to be 1747 
Continued Occasionally. | | CONTAINING, | [14 titles in 2 
columns divided by a single line of rule] | With many Curious 
Pieces never before printed, and \ a General Table of Contents to the 
Whole. \-\By TIMOTHY SILENCE, Esq;\ \ LONDON: \ 
Printed for W. WEBB, near St. Paul's. 1747. | [Price One 
Shilling.] | Where may be had Number I, II, and III, containing 
all the Sa-[tires, Odes, Ballads, and Epigrams, by the Prime WITS 
of this | Age, since the Change of the late Earl of d's Ad- 
ministration. 

8<> in fours, i leaf, B-H*, I 3 . Title, i p. ; table of contents, i p. ; text, 
pp. [i]-62. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

321 Tt 



440 THE | Foundling Hospital | FOR | WIT. | Intended for the | 

(5) (a) Reception and Preservation of such Brats of WIT and | HUMOUR, 

1748 whose Parents chuse to Drop them. | | NUMBER V. to be 
Continued Occasionally. | | CONTAINING, | [20 titles in 2 
columns divided by a double line of rule] | With many other Curious 
Pieces, some of which never \ before printed. \ \ By TIMOTHY 
SILENCE, Esq\ | | LONDON: | Printed for W. WEBB, near 
St. Paul's, 1748. | [Price One Shilling.] | Where may be had any 
of the Preceeding Numbers. 

8 in fours, i leaf, B-H 4 , I 3 . Title, i p. ; i p. blank; text, pp. [i]-62. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 

440 THE | Foundling Hospital | FOR | WIT. | Intended for the | 

(6) (a) Reception and Preservation of such Brats of WIT and | HUMOUR, 

1749 whose Parents chuse to Drop them. | | NUMBER VI. to be 
Continued Occasionally. | | CONTAINING, | [18 titles in 2 
columns, divided by a single line of rule] | With many other Curious 
Pieces, some of which never \ before printed. | | By TIMOTHY 



SILENCE, Esq; 
St. Paul's. 1749. 



LONDON: \ Printed for W. WEBB, near 
[Price One Shilling and Sixpence.] | Where may 



be had any of the Preceeding Numbers. 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, B~M 4 , N 2 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 

2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-9i ; i p. blank. 

B 2 and, in some copies, C 2 are unsigned. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

*% There were later editions of the first number in 1763, of the fourth in 1763, 

and of the fifth in 1764. 

441 (i) A I COLLECTION | OF | MORAL and SACRED | POEMS | From 
1744 the most Celebrated | ENGLISH AUTHORS. | | By JOHN 
WESLEY, M.A. I FELLOW of Lincoln-College, OXFORD. | | 
In THREE VOLUMES. | | BRISTOL: \ Printed and sold by 
FELIX FARLEY; sold also by /. | Wilson, in Wine-street: In 
LONDON by T. Trye } near | Grey's-Inn Gate; H. Butler, near 
Bow-Church, and | at the Foundery, Upper Moor-Fields: In 
EXETER by | Mr. Score, and Mr. Thome. M.D.CC.XLIV. | 
[Price, unbound, 7$. 6dJ\ 

12 in sixes. 4 leaves, A-U, W, X-Ee 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedica- 

322 



tion, to the Countess of Huntingdon, signed John Wesley, pp. [iii]-vii; 
i p. blank; text, pp. [i]~347; i p. blank. 

G 2 is unsigned. P. 215 is misnumbered 512. In some copies Ee 2 is mis- 
printed Dd 2, and Ee 3 is unsigned. In the copy at Yale the type and paper 
in gatherings Z-Ee differ from those in the rest of the book. 
B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

A I COLLECTION I OF | MORAL and SACRED | POEMS. 441 (2) 

[row of ornaments] | PUBLISHED | By JOHN WESLEY, M.A. 1744 

FELLOW of Lincoln-College, OXFORD. ( [row of ornaments] 

VOL. II. I [row of ornaments] | BRISTOL: \ Printed by FELIX 

FARLEY, M.D.CC.XLIV. | And sold by the Booksellers of 

London, Newcastle, \ Bristol, Bath, Exeter, &c. 

12^ in sixes. A-U, W, X-Gg 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. KhsoS, 

6 pp., 3I9-373J 3 PP- "blank. 

B.M., BodL, Yale, Harv. 

A I COLLECTION | OF | MORAL and SACRED | POEMS. | . . . | 441 (3) 
By JOHN WESLEY, A.M. | . . . | VOL. III. ) . . . I 744 

The title-page follows that of the second volume, except for the differences 

indicated. 

120 in sixes. A-U, W, X-Aa 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3] -28 8 ; 

table of contents to all three volumes, 8 pp. ; list of books published by John 

and Charles Wesley, 2 pp. ; errata, 2 pp. 

B 2 is unsigned. 

B.M., BodL (lacks leaf Aa 5), Yale, Harv. 

A I COLLECTION I OF | POEMS. | | By several Hands. \ 442 

[ornament] | | BOSTON : Printed and Sold by B. GREEN and 1744 
Company, at their Printing-House in Ne^try -street; \ and D 
GOOKIN, in Cornhil. 1744. 

40. A-G 4 . Title, p. [i]; blank, p. [2]; text, pp. [3]-55; * P- blank. 
The Boston of the imprint is Boston, Massachusetts. The Harvard cata- 
logue attributes the greater part of the verse to Mather Byles. 
B.M., Harv. 

THE i NORFOLK \ POETICAL | MISCELLANY. I To which are 443 
added I Some Select ESSAYS and LETTERS | in PROSE. | Never (i) (a) 
printed before. \-\By the AUTHOR of the PROGRESS | of 1744 

323 



PHYSICK. | | In TWO VOLUMES. | | [2 lines of verse, from 
Swift, and 2 lines of verse, from Prior] | = | LONDON: \ Printed 
for the AUTHOR, and Sold by J. STAGG, in | Westminster-Hall. 
1744. 

8. A-Dd 8 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to Lady Caroline [Cowper], 
signed Timothy Scribble [Ashley Cowper], pp. iii-viii; preface, pp. ix-xvi; 
text, pp. [i]-4io; table of contents, pp. 411-416. 

Dd 3 is unsigned: the volume-signature is omitted from G i, O i, and T i. 
B 3 is misprinted B 4. G i v is signed G 3 : O i v is signed N 4. 
Lady Caroline is identified as Lady Caroline Cowper by a note in an eigh- 
teenth-century hand in the Yale copy. 
B.M., Yale (lacks title-page), Harv. 

443 THE I NORFOLK \ POETICAL | MISCELLANY. | . . . | in 
(2) (a) PROSE, | ... | of PHYSICK. j | The SECOND VOLUME. | 

1744 [2 lines of verse, by Swift, and 2 lines of verse, by Prior] | = 
LONDON: | . . . 
The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
, 8. i leaf, B-Dd 8 , Ee 7 . Title, verso blank ; text, pp. [i]~422 ; table of con- 
tents, pp. 423-427; i p. blank; errata, i p.; i p. blank. 
Ee 3 and Ee 4 are unsigned. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 
*% The collection was reissued in 1754 with cancel title-pages. 

444 PHILOMEL. \ BEING A SMALL | COLLECTION | OF | ONLY 
1744 THE BEST | English SONGS. | [ornament] | LONDON: \ Printed 

for M. COOPER, at the Globe in | Pater-noster-Row. 1744. 

Half-title: [ornament] | PHILOMEL. \ [ornament] 

12. 2 leaves, A-I 12 , 4 leaves. Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; 

text, pp. i-~2i6; index, 8 pp. 

The sixth leaf is signed in every gathering except C and H. H 4 and I 5 are 

unsigned: B 2, B 4, and B 6 are misprinted C 2, 4, and C 6. P. 141 is 

misnumbered 142. 

BJVL 

445 A SELECT | COLLECTION | OF | MODERN POEMS. | I By 
1744 the most EMINENT HANDS; I | VIZ. \ MILTON. I Mr. 

PRIOR, i Mr. HUGHES. | Mr. ADDISON. | Mr. DRYDEN. I 
Mr. CONGREVE. | Mr. GAY. | Mr. POPE. | Dr. PARNEL. | Lord 

324 



LANSDOWNE. j | [i line of verse, from Lucretius] I I 
GLASGOW: \ Printed by R. URIE and COMPANY: | For 
J. GILMOUR, opposite Gibson' s-Land, I Salt-mercat. \ I 
MDCCXLIV. 

The names of the authors are in two columns divided by a double line of rule. 
So. 2 leaves, A-H 8 , I 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; table of contents, pp. [3, 
4] ; text, pp. [5]-i44. 
Bodl. 



A SELECT I COLLECTION I OF I MODERN POEMS. | By the 445 (b) 
most EMINENT HANDS. I VIZ. I MILTON. I Mr. PRIOR. I 1750 
Mr. HUGHES. | Mr. ADDISON. I Mr. DRYDEN. | Mr. CON- 
GREVE. I Mr. GAY. I Mr. POPE. I Dr. ARBUTHNOT. | Dr. 
PARNELL. | Mr. TICKEL. | Lord LANSDOWNE, &c. | 
THE SECOND EDITION. I | [i line of verse, from Lucretius 
= | GLASGOW: \ Printed by R. URIE: | For J. GILMOUR; 
opposite Gibson' 's-Land, \ Salt-mercat. M D C C L. 

The names of the contributors are in two columns divided by a single line 

of rule. 

8<>. 2 leaves, A-M 8 , N 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; table of contents, pp. [3, 

4] ; text, pp. [53-207 ; book-list of J. Gilmour, i p. 

Yale. 

*% A third edition was published in 1757. 



THE | TOPER'S DELIGHT ; | OR, A | Pipe of the Best. | Poetically 446 
Delineated I In IMITATION of I Mr. POPE, | Dean SWIFT, | 1744 
Mr. PHILLIPS, | Mr. THOMPSON, | Dr. YOUNG, and \ COLLEY 
CIBBER. | Extracted from the | MAGAZINES, &c. | To which is 
Added | A great Variety of merry Catches in. Praise | of Good- 
Eating and Much-Drinking. | CONCLUDING | With an humorous 
Description of a Modern \ Midnight-Revelry, \ | [2 lines of 
English verse] I | LONDON: j Printed for and Sold by /. 
Stevens in Al-\dersgate-Street t G. Sfiavan, over-against St. | 
Clement's Church in the Strand, R. Motte f at | the Hole in the Wall 
at Islington, and at most | Publick-Houses. 1744. Price Six-pence. 

The names of the authors are in two columns, with a pair of brackets, 
reversed, between the columns. 

325 



12 in sixes. A 2-A 6, B-F 6 . Title, p. [3] ; blank, p. [4] ; dedication, to the 

Shakespearian Club at Islington, pp. 5, 6; text, pp. 7-71 ; i p. blank. 

C 2 is misprinted B 2 ; F 2, and F 3 are misprinted E 2 and 3. P. 49 is 

misnumbered 46. 

B.M. 



447 THE | Agreeable Companion ; \ OR, AN | UNIVERSAL MEDLEY | 
1745 OF | WIT and GOOD-HUMOUR. | Consisting "of" a"'Curious'"| 
COLLECTION | Of the most j Humourous Essays, \ Smart Re- 
partees, j Prudential Maxims, \ Familiar Dialogues, \ Epigrams and 
Epitaphs, | Tales and Fables, \ Emblems and Riddles, j Shining 
Epistles, | AND | BEAUTIFUL CHARACTERS | Both Fabulous 
and Real. | WITH | SELECT NOVELS, | Extracted from the j 
WRITINGS of the most" approv i d"AUTHORS, | Both Antient 
and Modern. | Among which are interspersed Several | ORIGINAL 
PIECES | In PROSE and VERSE. | | [2 lines of English verse] j 
^'' LONDON. I Printed for W. BICKERTON, in the Temple- 
Exchange, Fleet-\street* 3 and sold by the Booksellers in Town and 
Country. | M DCC XLV. 

12 in sixes. A-Ii 6 . Title, verso blank ; preface, pp. [i]-iv ; table of contents, 
6 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-i44, 157-383 ; advertisement of future second volume, 
i p. 

I 3 and U 3 are misprinted I 2 and U 2. F 3, M 2, O 3, R 2, Y 2, Aa 3, 
Ee 3, Gg 3, and Hh 2 are unsigned. There are volume-signatures on the 
following leaves: No. 2, on F i, G i, H i, 1 1 ; No. 3, on K i, L i, M i, N i ; 
No. 4, on P i, Q i, R i ; No. 5, on S i, U i, X i ; No. 6, on Z i, Aa i, Bb i ; 
No. 7, on Cc i, Dd i, Ee i, Ff i ; No. 8, on Gg i, Hh i, li I. The text, 
however, frequently runs over the divisions between numbers as indicated 
by these volume-signatures. Some copies have Bb 3 misprinted Bb 2 and 
no volume-signature on F i. 
B.M., BodL, Yale. 



448 A | COLLECTION j Of ORIGINAL I POEMS I AND I TRANSLA- 

1745 TIONS. | | By JOHN WHALEY, M. A.\ Fellow of King's- 

College, Cambridge. \ | LONDON, \ Printed for the AUTHOR, 

and Sold by R. MANBY, and I H. S. COX, on Ludgate-HilL I 

MDCCXLV. 

8. 4 leaves, A~X 8 . Title, p, [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to Horatio 

326 



Walpole, Esq., signed J[ohn] Whaley, p. [iii] ; blank, p. [iv] ; table of con- 
tents, pp. [v]-viii; text, pp, [13-335; I p. blank. 
D 4 is unsigned. 
B.M.f, Yale, Harv. 

A FULL [ COLLECTION I OF ALL | POEMS [ UPON | 449 

CHARLES, | PRINCE of Wales, | REGENT of the Kingdoms of 1745 

Scotland, England, France and Ireland, and Dominions | thereunto 

belonging, | Published since His Arrival in Edinburgh the J7th 

Day of | September, till the ist of November, 1745. | | [ornament] | 

| Printed in the Year MDCCXLV. 

40. A-C 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-24. 

B 2 and C 2 are unsigned. 

B.M., BodL, Harv. 

THE | Muse in Good Humour: | OR, A | COLLECTION | OF | 450 
COMIC TALES7J" 'By the "most" Eminent POETS. | | In TWO W ( d ) 
PAiRfsr)' "['[ornament] | = | LONDON: \ Printed for J. NOBLE, 
at Dryden's Head in | St. Martin's Court, near Leicester Fields. \ | 
MDCCXLV. 



THE | Muse in Good Humour: 
COMIC TALES, &c. I FROM 



OR, A | COLLECTION | OF | 
CHAUCER, PRIOR, SWIFT, 



LA FONTAINE, I Dr. KING, and other eminent POETS. 
Together with some ORIGINALS. | PART I. | CONTAINING, 
[34 titles in 2 columns divided. by a single line of rule] [ | The 
FOURTH EDITION. | | LONDON: \ Printed for J. NOBLE, 
at Dryden's Head in St. Mar-^Un's Court, near Leicester Fields. 1745. 

12 in sixes. 4 leaves, B-N 6 , O 2 , Title, verso blank; second title, verso 
blank ; preface, 2 pp. ; table of contents of Part I, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-i48. 
Frontispiece, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagination. 
Only O i has a volume-signature. 

The preface makes it clear that the fourth edition of Part I and the second 
edition of Part II constitute a set, and the two parts are bound together in 
the only example I have seen. Since the two parts must have had a separate 
existence in their earlier editions, and since they are here given separate 
signatures and pagination, I am inclined to think that they were issued as 
individual volumes, perhaps to accommodate those who had bought copies 
of an earlier edition of one of the parts but who did not possess the other. 
I have therefore described Part II as a separate volume. 
Yale. 

327 



450 THE | Muse ... | ... | FROM | DRYDEN, CONGREVE, GAY, 
(2) (b) SEDLEY, COBB, | and other eminent POETS. | Together with 

1745 some ORIGINALS. | PART II. | CONTAINING, | [29 titles in 
2 columns divided by a single line of rule] | | The SECOND 
EDITION. | = | LONDON:]. . . 

The title follows the second title-page of the fourth, edition of Part I, with 
the differences indicated. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, B-O, N 4 . Title, verso blank; table of contents of 
Part II, 2 pp. ; text, pp. [i]-i64. 

Frontispiece, as in Part I, facing title, not counted in signatures or pagina- 
tion. 

P. 154 is numbered in the wrong corner. 
Yale. 

*% The sixth edition of this collection appeared in 1751 (second volume, 
I 757)* "the seventh edition (first volume only?) in 1766, and the eighth 
edition in 1785. 

451 THE | Muse in Masquerade: | Or, A COLLECTION of | 
1745 RIDDLES, | SERIOUS and COMIC. | With a Compleat KEY to 

the Whole. | [vignette] | LONDON: \ Printed for J. NOBLE, at 
Dry den's Head, in | St. Martin's Court, near Leicester-fields. 1745. | 
[Price is. 6d.] 

12 in sixes. A 4 , B-N 6 , O 2 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; publisher's preface, 

pp. iii-vi; key to the riddles, pp. 7, viii; text, pp. [13-148. 

B.M. 



452 THE | ART | OF | POETRY | Made easy, | AND 
1746 great Variety | of the most shining Epigrams, 



Embellished with 
Epitaphs, Songs, 



Odes, Pastorals, \ &c. from the best Authors. [Being the | SEVENTH 
VOLUME | OF THE | Circle of the Sciences, &c, | | By the 
KING'S Authority. \ | LONDON: \ Printed for J. NEWBERY, 
at the Bible \ and Swan, in St. Paul's Church-Yard. | MDCCXLVL 

32 in eights. 2 leaves, A-O 8 . Title, verso blank ; dedication to the Princess 
Augusta, signed J. Newbery, i p.; i p. blank ; preface, pp. [1-6] ; text, 
pp. [71-224. 
B.M. 

452 (b) Poetry | Made familiar and easy to | Young Gentlemen and Ladies, \ 

1748 AND | Embellish'd with a great Varie-|ty of ... | ... I FOURTH 

VOLUME | ... | Published by the KING'S Authority. | | The 

328 



SECOND EDITION. 
BERY, at the Bible 



| LONDON: \ Printed for J. NEW- 
and Sun, in St. Paul's Church- Yard. | 



MDCCXLVIII. 

The title follows that of the first issue, with the differences indicated. 

Except the first two leaves, which have been reset, this is the same book as 

the preceding. 

BJVL 

*** Editions of this book were also published in 1762 and 1776. 

A | BANQUET of the MUSES: | OR, THE | Miscellany ofMiscel- 453 

lames. \ BEING A | COLLECTION [ OF | Choice and Entertaining 1746 

Subjects in Verse | and Prose, by the most eminent Authors, j 

Among which are the following Pieces, viz. \ [24 titles in 2 columns 

divided by a double line of rule] | Adorn'd with a Variety of Cuts. ' 

= | LONDON: j Printed for Jacob Bickerstaff, and sold by the 

Booksellers in Town and Country. 1746. 

40. i leaf, A-H 4 , I 2 , B-E 4 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]-68, [5]~32, 

31-34. Frontispiece, facing title, and plates, facing pp. 6, 8, 24, 33, 35, 41, 

5i* 57* 59* &5> 5> I3C > J 5> l8 > an<i 2I > not counted in signatures or pagination. 

The plate facing p. 2 5 is printed in green. 

*A 2, *B 2, iC 2, *D 2, 1 E 2, *F 2, and X E 2 are unsigned. Gatherings 2 B~ 2 E 

are placed immediately after the title-page in the British Museum copy, but 

the list of titles indicates that they belong at the end of the book. They 

have no running head, and are probably remainders of an earlier book, 

which I have been unable to identify. 

B.M. 



THE | Theatre of Wit, \ORA\ Bftttqtitt of the <3ttt<G&#. | A COL- 453 (b) 

LECTION | Of choice & Entertaining Pieces \ in Verse and Prose. | 1746 

Selected from the most eminent Authors. \ Embellished w! h one 

Hundred Copper-plate Cuts, | Applicable to their respective Sub- 

j ec t s . | | [2 lines of verse, from Waller] | | LONDON. | Printed 

for lacob: Bickerstaff, & Sold by I. Wakelin \ in Little Bretain, and 

ally Booksellers in Town and Country \ MDCCXLVI. 

The title is engraved : the roman letters are in imitation of type ; the italic 

are in cursive writirig. The whole title is surrounded by engraved orna- 

mentation. 

40. 2 leaves, A-K 4 , 8 leaves. Title, verso blank; text (on recto pages only), 

folios [i]~49- 

This is another edition of the book just described. It may be the earlier. 

BJVL 

329 uu 



453 (c) THE | Theatre of Wit, \ . . . | in Little Britain, . . . 

1746 This is another issue of the book just described. The only alteration is 
the correction of the error on the title-page. 
Bodl. (lacks second leaf, gathering D, and all after G 4). 

454 MOTETS, ] MADRIGALS, | AND | OTHER PIECES; | Per- 

1746 formed by the ACADEMY of | ANCIENT MUSIC, | On Thursday, 
April 24, 1746. I [ornament] I LONDON; \ Printed in the Year 
M. DCC. XLVI. 

8 (four leaves). A 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [s]-8. 
B.M. 

455 A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | ON | SEVERAL OCCA- 

1747 SIGNS. | Written in the Last CENTURY | BY | The Earl of 
ROCHESTER, | Sir ROBERT HOWARD, | Sir HENRY HUB- 
BART, j Mr. WOLSELEY, | Mr. PRIOR, | Mr. DRYDEN, &c. 
&c. | | [2 lines of verse, from Martial] | | Now first Publish'd 
by R. Cross, \ Prompter to the THEATRE-ROYAL | in Drury- 
Lane. \ - | LONDON, \ Printed: And are to be had of Mr. Cross 
at his Lodg-|ings over-against the Rose-Tavern in Russel-street 
CoventAGarden', and of Mr. Dodsley in Pall-Mall. \ I 
M DCC XLVII. 

The names of the contributors are in two columns, with a double line of rule 
between the columns. 

Half-title: [ornament] | A ) COLLECTION I OF 1 POEMS I ON I SEVERAL 
OCCASIONS. | [ornament] 

80. A-N 8 . Half-title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; title, p. [iii] ; blank, p. [iv] ; 
preface, pp. [v]~x; table of contents, 6 pp.; text, pp. [i]-i92. 
N 4 is unsigned. Pp. 80 and 176 are misnumbered 83 and 174. 
B.M., Yale. 

456 THE | NEW-YEAR'S | MISCELLANY. | CONTAINING, 
1747 [16 titles in 2 columns divided by a double line of rule] I = 

LONDON: \ Printed for A. FREEMAN, in Fleet-Street*, and sold 
at | all the Pamphlet-Shops. 1747. | [Price One Shilling.] 
8 in fours, i leaf, A-G 4 , H 3 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]~62. 
Yale. 

330 



THE | AGREEABLE MEDLEY [,] | OR, | Universal Enter- 457 
tainer. |''"tomament]"''|""-"']'' 'WALTON: \ Printed by JOSHUA I74 
NICKSON. j MDCCXLVIII. 

40. A-Hhh 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [s]-64, 67-434. 

The copy in the British Museum is so far cut down that it is impossible to 

tell whether there was a comma after 'MEDLEY' in the title. 

Vv 2 is misprinted Tt 2. P. 56 is numbered in the wrong comer; p. 63 is 

unnumbered; pp. 122, 179, and 294 are misnumbered 22, 176, and 194. 

B.M. 

A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS. | By SEVERAL HANDS. | 458 
IN THREE VOLUMES. | '[^ette] | LONDON: j Printed for CO (a) 
R! DODSDEY "at 'T uUy v s* Head in Pall-MaU7]''M.DCC.XLVm J 74 8 

Half-title: [ornament] | VOL. I. | [ornament] 

12. 2 leaves, a 2 , A-N 12 . Half-title, verso blank; title, p. [i] ; blank p. [ii]; 

preface, pp. iii-v ; i p. blank ; text, pp. [i]-263, 238-283 '> table of contents, 

pp. 284-286. 

D 3 is a cancel and has a volume-signature. The sixth leaf is signed in 

every gathering except A, B, and L. The pages of the inner forme of 

gathering C, which should be numbered 50, 51, 54, etc., are misnumbered 

146, 147, 150, etc, 

B.M., Yale. 

A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS. | . . . 458 

The title follows that of the first volume. (2) (a) 

Half-title: [ornament] | VOL. II. | [ornament] 174$ 

12. 2 leaves, A-N 12 , O 10 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; text, 

pp. [i]-33o; table of contents, pp. 331, 332. 

B 7 and G 6 are cancels. F 6, G 6, H 6, I 6, K 6, M 6, N 6, and O 6 are 

signed, and G 6 has a volume-signature. B 5 is unsigned. Pp. 211 and 257 

are misnumbered 212 and 259. 

B.M., Yale. 

A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS. | . . . 458 

The title follows that of the first volume. (3) ( a ) 

Half-title: [ornament] | VOL. III. | [ornament] I 74 8 

12. 2 leaves, A-O 12 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; text, 
pp. 1-333 J table of contents, pp. 334-336. 

331 



The sixth leaf is signed in every gathering except H, M, and O. O 4 is 
misprinted 4. Pp. 48 and 95 are misnumbered 84 and 45. 
B.M., Yale. 

458 A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | IN THREE VOLUMES. I 
(i) (b) BY I SEVERAL HANDS. I [vignette] I LONDON: Printed by 
1748 J. HUGHS, | For R. DODSLEY, at Tully's-Head in Pail-Mall. I 
M. D CC XL VIII. 

Half-title: [ornament] | VOL. I. | The Second EDITION. | [ornament] 
8. 2 leaves, A-X 8 , Y 4 . Half-title, verso blank; title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; 
preface, pp. 3, 4; bastard title, verso blank; text, pp. 5-339; table of 
contents, pp. 340, 341 ; book-list of R. Dodsley, 3 pp. 
D 4 is a cancel and has a volume-signature. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. (lacks half-title). 

458 A j COLLECTION | OF | POEMS | IN THREE VOLUMES. | . . . 

The title follows that of the first volume of the second edition. 

Half-title: [ornament] | VOL. II. | The Second EDITION. | [ornament] 

8. 2 leaves, A-X 8 , i leaf. Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; text, 

PP* M-336; "table of contents, pp. 335, 336. 

E 2 and X 7 are cancels and have volume-signatures. 

B.M., Bodl., Harv. (lacks half-title). 

458 A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS j IN THREE VOLUMES. | . . . 
(3j (k) The title follows that of the first volume of the second edition. 

I 74 8 Half-title: [ornament] | VOL. III. | The Second EDITION. | [ornament] 
8. 2 leaves, A-X 8 , Y 6 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; text, 
pp. 1-345; table of contents, pp. 346-348. 
K 4 and P 4 are unsigned. 
B.M., Bodl., Harv. (lacks half-title). 

458 A | COLLECTION | OF | POEMS, j . . . | IN FOUR VOLUMES. I 

(4) (a) . . . | M. DCC. XLIX. 

*749 The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
Half-title: [ornament] | VOL. IV | [ornament] 

12. 2 leaves, A-G 12 , H 8 , I 2 . Half-title, verso blank; title, verso blank; 
text, pp. 1184; index, pp. 1857; i p. blank. 

This is a supplemental volume, containing poems which were added to the 
collection in its second edition. 
Bodl.f 

332 



** * The third edition appeared in 1751, the fourth (in four volumes) in 1755 
the fifth (in six volumes) in 1758: there were later editions in 1766, 1770, 
1775, and 1782, all in six volumes. Other editors issued further volumes 
intended as supplements. See William Prideaux Courtney, Dodsley's 
Collection of Poetry (1910), which is in substance a reprint of a series of 
articles in Notes and Queries, beginning in January, 1907: see also the 
article by R. W. Chapman, Proceedings and Papers of the Oxford Biblio- 
graphical Society, Hi. 268 (1933). 

GRATULATIO | Academice CantaMgiensis I DE REDITU I 459 
SERENISSIMI REGIS | GEORGII II. I POST I PACEM & 1748 
LIBERTATEM | EUROPE | FELICITER RESTITUTAM I 
ANNO M.DCC.XLVIIL | [vignette] I CANTABRIGIM, \ TYPIS 
ACADEMICIS EXCUDIT ]. BENTHAM. | | M.DCC.XLVIIL 

Folio. 2 leaves, A-L1 2 , Mm 1 . Title, verso blank; address to the King, 
signed Tho. Chapman, vice-chancellor, 4 pp. ; text, 136 pp. 
The book contains verse in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic and English. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. 

POEMS | IN THE | SCOTTISH DIALECT | BY SEVERAL | 460 
CELEBRATED POETS, | VIZ. \ [10 titles in 2 columns divided 1748 
by a single line of rule] | GLASGOW, I PRINTED AND SOLD 
BY ROBERT FOULIS. | MDCCXLVIII. 

4. 2 leaves, B-G 4 . i p. blank; book-list of R. & A. Foulis, i p.; title, 

verso blank; text, pp. [i]~48. 

B 2 and D 2 are unsigned : B 8 V is signed C. 

B.M., Harv. 

A | COLLECTION | OF | LOYAL SONGS. | For the Use of the 461 
REVOLUTION CLUB. | Some of which never before printed. \ 1749 
EDINBURGH: \ Printed by ROBERT FLEMING, 1749. | [Price 
Six-pence.] 

8 in fours. 2 leaves, A-E 4 . Title, verso blank; index, i p. ; i p. blank; 

text, pp. [i]-40. 

Only the first leaf in each gathering is signed. 

B.M. 



NOVA ET CURIOSA: j THE NEW AND | 462 
Curious Misceliany: | BEING | A Series of remarkable IN- 1749 
'and'"pieasant ADVENTURES, interspersed | with 
333 



a Variety of other PIECES on the | most entertaining Subjects; 
extracted from | the best ENGLISH and FRENCH Authors. | To 
which is added, | A COLLECTION 'of ..POEMS : | Several of which 
were never before published. | | [i and 2 lines of verse, from 
Ovid] | | = I DUBLIN : j Printed by S. POWELL, in Crane-lane. \ 
............. 



8. A 8 , b 4 , c 1 , A 4 , B-N 8 , O 7 , * 4 , * 2 , O 8, P-T 8 , ***, U-Cc 8 . Title, p. [i] ; 
blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the Earl of Kildare, pp. [iii]-viii ; preface, 
pp. [ix]-xii; list of subscribers, 13 pp. ; i p. blank; table of contents, 7 pp. ; 
errata, i p. ; text, pp. 1-203 ; blank, p. [204] ; bastard title, p. [205] ; blank, 
p. [206]; table of contents, 12 pp.; text, pp. 207-285; blank, p. [286]; 
title (A Collection of Poems, etc.) p. [287] ; blank, p. [288] ; table of contents, 
4 pp. ; text, pp. 289-400. 

In some copies Z 4 is a cancel. The title-page of A Collection of Poems bears 
the date 1748. However, as it occurs on leaf T 8, and as the signatures and 
pagination are continuous, there is nothing to indicate that the Collection 
of Poems was ever published separately. The three tables of contents, from 
their signatures and lack of pagination, were clearly afterthoughts. 
The editor of the collection signed his initials (H. C.) to the last poem. 
Much of the verse is addressed to Miss Eleanor Ambrose (later Lady 
Palmer), the reigning beauty of Dublin. 

BodL, Yale. 



463 A 

1749 = 



NEW and CHOICE | COLLECTION | OF | LOYAL SONGS. | 



[ornament] | = | LONDON: 



Globe in Pater-noster-row. 



Printed for M. COOPER at the 
M DCC XL IX. | (Price One 



Shilling.) 

Folio, i leaf, B-G 2 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]~24. 

The volume is imperfect: there is a catchword, * SONG*, at the foot of p. 24. 

BodL 

464 ORPHEUS. | A | COLLECTION | OF I One Thousand Nine 



1749 Hundred 
SCOTCH 



Seventy Four I Of the most Celebrated I ENGLISH and 
SONGS. I With a GLOSSARY Explaining the SCOTCH 



Words | IN THREE VOL? I Vol. i. The LINNET, containing 665. 

2. The THRUSH 626. | 3. The ROBIN 680. \ 

Printed for C. Hitch & I. Osborn in Pater-|Noster Row, & 
Hodges on London Bridge. | | MDCCXLIX. 

334 



This is an engraved general title-page for the three collections referred to. 
It precedes the title-page of The Linnet in the copy in the British Museum. 
The collections are described below as separate volumes. 
B.M. 



LINNET. I A | COLLECTION | OF | Six Hundred Sixty 464 (i) 
of the most Celebrated | ENGLISH and SCOTCH \ SONGS | 1749 
of which are contained in the other | COLLECTIONS | of 



THE 

Eight 

None 

the same Size caU'd the | THRUSH and ROBIN \ 

C. Hitch & I. Osborn in Pater-|Noster Row, & I. 

London Bridge. | | MDCCXLIX. 

The title is engraved in imitation of type. 

12 i n sixes. 2 leaves, B-Oo 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p. 

blank; text, pp. 1-432. 

E 2, K 3, M 3, and N 2 are unsigned. 

B.M., Yale. 



Printed for 
Hodges on 



title, verso 



THE | THRUSH | A | COLLECTION \ OF | Six Hundred Twenty 464 (2) 
Six of | the most Celebrated | ENGLISH and SCOTCH | SONGS. | 1749 
None of which are contain' d in the other \ COLLECTIONS | of the 
same Size calVd the \ LINNET and ROBIN | | Printed for C. 
Hitch & I. Osborn in Pater-lNoster Row, & I. Hodges on London 
Bridge. | | MDCCXLIX. 

The title is engraved in imitation of type. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, *B-*Oo 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso 

blank; text, pp. 1-432. 

*H 3 is misprinted H 3. 

This is the second volume of the series published under the general title of 

Orpheus, 

B.M. 



THE | ROBIN. | A | COLLECTION | OF | Six Hundred and 
Eighty | of the most celebrated | ENGLISH and SCOTCH \ 



SONGS 
TIONS 



None of which are contained in the other | COLLEC- 
of the same Size calTd the | LINNET and THRUSH 



| With a GLOSSARY Explaining the SCOTCH Words | 
Printed for C. Hitch & I. Osborn in Pater-) Noster Row, & i'. 
Hodges on London Bridge. | | MD CCXLIX. 

335 



464 (3) 

1749 



The title is engraved in imitation of type. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, fB-fOo 6 . i p. blank; frontispiece, i p.; title, verso 

blank; text, pp. 1-420; glossary, 12 pp. 

This is the third and final volume of the series published under the general 

title of Orpheus. 

B.M. 

465 POEMS 1 ON | SEVERAL OCCASIONS, j FROM | GENUINE 
1749 MANUSCRIPTS | OF I DEAN SWIFT, Mr. H M, MR. 

C R,|Mr.G R,Mr. S---B---P, Mr. K---DD---E, | 

&c. 6-c. | CONTAINING, | [12 titles In 2 columns divided by 
2 lines of rule] | = j LONDON: \ Printed for J. BROMAGE, at 
Temple-Bar, and | sold by the Booksellers at Bath and Tunbridge \ 
Wells, 1749. | [Price one Shilling.] 

8 in fours, i leaf, B-H 4 , I 3 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. 1-60. 51; i p. 

blank. 

P. 59 is misnumbered 69. 

B.M., Harv. 

466 THE | Warbling MUSES, | OR ( TREASURE | OF | LYRIC 
1749 POETRY: | CONTAINING ( Seven Hundred and Thirty-one 

SONGS, on all | Sorts of Subjects, and in every Measure of | 
Verse; a great Many of them from Mami-| scripts, and scarce any 
found in the Collections. | Compiled for the Use of Musical Com- 
posers ; as like-) wise for the Entertainment of Youth in our polite | 
Schools. | | By BENJAMIN WAKEFIELD, Esq ; | Being the 
first Attempt of this Kind. | [ [4 lines of verse, in English] | = | 
LONDON: \ Printed for G. WOODFALL at the King's Arms, 
near | Craig's Court, Charing-Cross. \ j MDCCXLIX. | (Price 
bound Three Shillings.) 

12. A 6 , B-N 12 , O 6 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; dedication, to the Princess 

of Orange, signed Benjamin Wakefield, pp. [iii]~-iv; preface and errata, 

pp. [v]-xii; text, pp. 1-300. 

A 3, A 4, and A 5 are misprinted A 2, A 3, and A 4. 

BodL, Yale (title-page mutilated), Harv. 

467 THE | WORKS | OF THE | most celebrated | Minor POETS. I 
(i) (a) Namely, | WENTWORTH, Earl of ROSCOMMON ; I CHARLES, 

1749 Earl of DORSET; j CHARLES, Earl of HALIFAX; | Sir 

336 



SAMUEL GARTH; | GEORGE STEPNEY, Esq; | WILLIAM 
WALSH, Esq; | THOMAS TICKELL, Esq. | Never before col- 
lected and published together. | In TWO VOLUMES. | = [ LON- 
DON: | Printed for F. COGAN, at the Middle Temple \ Gate. 
M DCC XLIX. 

Volume-title: THE | WORKS | ... | ... POETS. | VOLUME 
THE FIRST. | Containing the WORKS of | WENTWORTH, 
... | ... | ... GARTH. | [vignette, signed by Boitard] | LONDON: \ 

The volume-title follows the general title, with the differences indicated. 
8. i leaf, a 3 , a 2 , B-I 8 , [I] 2 , K-U 8 , X 2 . General title, verso blank; volume- 
title, verso blank ; dedication, to the Earl of Chesterfield, 4 pp. ; preface, 
4 pp.; text, pp. [i]-i28, 125-308. 

The volume-signature is omitted from Fi,Gi,Hi,Ii, [I] i,Li, and R i. 
Pp. 171, 208, and 279 are misnumbered 169, 298, and 379. 
The chain-lines in the paper are horizontal. 

When the volume is part of a three-volume set (by reason of the addition 
of the supplement issued in 1750) the general title-page is usually absent, 
and a half-sheet signed a, with unnumbered pages, containing a table of 
contents of the three volumes, is inserted among the preliminary matter. 
The Yale copy has both title-page and table of contents. 
B.M., Yale. 

THE I WORKS I ... I ... POETS. | VOLUME THE SECOND. | 467 
Containing the WORKS of | GEORGE STEPNEY, ... | ... | ... (2) (a) 
together. | [ornament] | LONDON: \ . . . 1749 

The title follows the general title-page of the first volume, with the dif- 
ferences indicated. 

8. i leaf, B-R 8 , S 3 . Title, verso blank; text, pp. [i]-262. 
There are no volume-signatures. The chain lines in the paper are horizontal. 
B.M., Yale, Harv. (title-page mutilated). 

A I SUPPLEMENT I TO THE I WORKS I OF THE I Most 467 



celebrated | MINOR POETS. | NAMELY, | E. of Roscommon, 

Dorset, | Hallifax, | Godolphin, | Lord Somers, 

Dr. Sprat, Bishop of | Rochester, | Sir Samuel Garth, | George 
Stepney, Esq; | William Walsh, Esq; | Thomas Tickell, Esq; | 
and | Ambrose Phillips, Esq; | To which are added, | Pieces omitted 
in the Works of | Sir John Suckling, | Mr. Otway, | Matthew Prior 

337 xx 



(3) (a) 
1750 



Esq; | Dr. King, | and | Dean Swift. | = \ LONDON: \ Printed for 
F. COGAN, at the Middle Temple Gate, \ Fleet Street. M DCC L. 

Each of the lists of authors is printed in two columns divided by a single 

line of rule. 

8. 2 leaves, B-S 8 , T 6 , A-F 8 , A-F 8 . i p. blank; advertisement, i p. ; title, 

verso blank; text, pp. [i]-284: [i]-95; i p. blank: text, pp. [i]~96. 

*A 7 and *A 8 are cancels. Pp. 2 93 and, in some copies, 2 jg are unnumbered. 

The advertisement is an attack on the publishers of a rival project (The 

Works of Celebrated Authors, etc., 1750 (Book 471 (i) (a), etc.)). 

B.M., Yale, Harv. 

*** A two-volume edition of this miscellany was published in Dublin in 1751. 

468 THE | CHESTER \ MISCELLANY, j BEING A | COLLECTION | 
1750 Of several PIECES, both in | PROSE and VERSE, | Which were 
in the I CHESTER COURANT I From JANUARY 1745, to 



MAY 1750. | | [2 lines of Latin verse] | = 
Printed by and for ELIZ. ADAMS ; and sold by 



CHESTER: 
S. NEWTON, 



Bookseller in Manchester; and M. COOPER, | at the Globe in 
Pater-no$ter-row> London, \ | M DCC L. 

12 in sixes. 2 leaves, B-Mm 6 , Nn 4 . Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [ii] ; preface, 
pp. iii, iv; text, pp. 1-416. 

In gatherings D and Gg only the first leaf of each gathering is signed. In 
gatherings E-Q only the first two leaves of each gathering are signed. 
Cc 2 is unsigned: Ff 2 is misprinted Ff 3. P. 348 is misnumbered 48. 
B.M., Yale. 

469 A | COLLECTION | OF | Loyal SONGS, POEMS, &c. \ [orna- 
1750 ment] | Printed in the YEAR 1750. 

So ia fours. A-H 4 , i leaf, I*. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. [3]-6o, 
59-72. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 
Gathering H is placed in the centre of gathering G. 
A collection of Jacobite verses. 

B.M., Bodl., Yale (lacks frontispiece and leaf G 3), Harv. (lacks frontis- 
piece) . 

470 THE | RHAPSODY. | BEING | A DISPLAY | OF THE | WIT 



1750 and HUMOUR 

Remains of the 



OF | PAST TIMES. | Compiled from the Curious 
Principal POETS and BEAUX ESPRITS | who 

338 



were Eminent for Either. | = | LONDON: \ Printed by A. 
M'CULLOH, I For F. COGAN, at the Middle-Temple Gate, I 
M,DCC,L. 

16 in eights. I leaf, A-E 8 , i leaf. Title, p. [i] ; blank, p. [2] ; text, pp. 3-84. 
A i, A 2, A 3, and D 4 are misprinted A 2, A 3, A 4, and D 3 : A 4 and D 3 
are unsigned. 
Yale, Harv. 

THE | WORKS | OF | CELEBRATED AUTHORS, | Of whose 471 (i) 
WRITINGS there are but | small Remains. | VOLUME the 1750 
FIRST. | Containing the WORKS of I The EARL of ROSCOM- 
MON. | The EARL of DORSET. I The EARL o/HALLIFAX. I 
AND | Sir SAMUEL GARTH. | - | LONDON: \ Printed for 
J. and R. TONSON and S. DRAPER I in the Strand. \ ~ \ 
MDCCL. 

12. A 2 , B-T 12 , U 6 . Title, verso blank; publishers' preface, 2 pp.; text 

(including 4 tables of contents), pp. [i]~ 443, i p. 

P. 331 is misnumbered 231. 

B.M., Yale. 

The publishers' preface attacks The Works of the most Celebrated Minor 

Poets t 1749 (Book 467 (i) (a)). 

CELEBRATED AUTHORS, I . . . | 471 (2) 



Containing the WORKS of | GEORGE 1750 



EORG1 



THE | WORKS | OF 
VOLUME the SECOND 

STEPNEY, Esq; \ WILLIAM WALSH, Esq; \ ' THOMAS 
TICKELL, Esq; \ AND I POEMS by Bishop SPRAT. I = I LON- 
DON: | . . . | M D CC L. 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
12. i leaf, A~R 12 , S 4 . Title, verso blank; text (including 4 tables of 
contents), pp. [i]-4i5 ; text and errata, I p. 
Pp. 22, 23, and 199 are misnumbered 23, 22, and 196. 
B.M., Yale. 

BOOKS OF UNCERTAIN DATE ARRANGED 
ALPABETICALLY 

[ornament] | Cfirfctmag ca|toile0 netoelp 3[mprintrtu | [orna- 472 

ment] | ? 155 

4 leaves. No signatures. Title, i p. ; text, 7 pp. 
The text is in black letter. 

339 



The catalogue of the Bodleian, gives W. Copland as the printer of this book, 
on the not entirely satisfactory evidence of the typography. A capital C, 
which appears within the ornament on the title-page, and which, as E, B. 
Reed suggests, is possibly a signature, may have influenced the attribution. 
The conjectural date is also based on the typography. The book, as it 
exists, is incomplete. 
Bodl. 

473 (o) ENGLAND'S WITTY | AND | INGENIOUS JESTER: j OR 
? THE | Merry CITIZEN | AND | Jocular Countryman's Delightful | 
COMPANION. | In Two Parts. | I. A choice Collection of the 
Newest | and Wittiest Jests, pleasant Rela-|tions, and smart 
Repartees. | II. A curious Collection of the New-jest Songs, as 
they are now Sung at | Court, and both Theatres. | | [6 lines 
of English verse] ] | By W. W. Gent. | \ The Fifteenth Edition, 
with New Additions. \ | LONDON: Printed for A. Bettsworth, 
and | C. Hitch at the Red-Lion J Osborn at the | Golden-Ball in 
Pater-Noster Row, J. Hodges \ at the Looking Glass, London 
Bridge. Pr. is. 

The title is enclosed in an ornamental border. 

12. A 2-A 12, B-D 12 , E 10 . Title, i p. ; statement of entry in Stationers' 
Register, i p.; text, pp. 1-112. 

A 4 is misprinted A 3: C 5 is unsigned. P. 112 is numbered in the wrong 
corner. 

' W. W.' is identified as William Winstanley by the D.N.B., which says that 
his initials were first affixed to this book in 1667, when it bore the title 
Poor Robin's Jests. I have not been able to examine a copy of Poor Robin's 
Jests in order to determine whether it contains enough verse to warrant 
its inclusion in this bibliography, nor have I been able to supply a date for 
the edition described above, which is the earliest I have found. 
Bodl. 

473 (q) ENGLAND'S WITTY | AND j Ingenious Jester: | OR THE 
1718 Merry CITIZEN | AND | Jocular Country-man's Delightful 
COMPANION. | In Two Parts. | I. A choice Collection of the 
Newest | and Wittiest Jests, pleasant Rela-|tions, and smart 
Repartees. | II. A Curious Collection of New | Songs upon the 
happy Entry and | Coronation of King George; Sung | at Court, 
and both Theatres. | | [6 lines of English verse] | | By W. W. 
Gent. [ | The Seventeenth Edition, with New Additions. \ | 
LONDON: Printed for Robert Gifford, in | Old-Bedlam, without 
Bishopsgate 1718. | Price Bound One Shilling. 

340 



The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12 in sixes. A-I 6 , K 5 . Book-list of Robert Giffond, i p.; frontispiece, t p. ; 

title, i p. ; statement of entry in Stationers' Register, i p. ; text, pp. 1-112 ; 

book-list of Robert Gifford, 2 pp. 

B.M., Bodl. 

Four new Songs, and a Prophecy. | [5 titles] j 474 

This is not a title-page, but tne heading of page i. 

8 in fours. A 4 . Heading and text, p. i ; text, pp. 2-8. 

This is a collection of Jacobite songs, referring to the battle of Preston in 

1745. It was probably printed in that year or in 1746. 

Harv, 

THE | LOYAL GARLAND, | Containing choice Songs and Son- 475 (d) 

nets of | our late unhappy Revolutions. | j Very delightful and 167? 

profitable, both to this present, \ and future Ages. \ \ Published by 

S. N. A Lover of Mirth. | The fourth Edition, with Additions. 

[ornament, enclosing 2 quotations, from I Peter and Proverbs] 

London, Printed by T. Johnson, for T. Passenger at the | Three 

Bibles on London-Bridge. 167 . 

8. A-H 8 . Title, verso blank; table of contents, 2 pp.; text, 124 pp. 

The text is in black letter. 

BodL (title-page mutilated), 

THE j LOYAL GARLAND ( OR | A Choice Collection of Songs 475 (e) 
highly in Request, and j much esteemed in the past and present 1686 
Times. I I Made by divers Ingenious Persons, on sundry Occa- 
sions, for the sake of Merryment. | | And sung with great ap- 



plause, as being the Flower of 
Fifth Edition, with Additions. 



Collection and Rarity. | | The 
I Licensed, August the i8th. 

.' , , ' r . _ . _ TTI . j.__ 



1686. R. P. ( I [ornament, enclosing 2 quotations, from i Peter 
and Proverbs] | LONDON, Printed by /. fl, for T. Passing*?, | at 
the Three Bibles on London-Bridge. 1686. 

8<, A~H 8 . Title, verso blank ; table of contents, 2 pp. ; text, 123 pp. ; book- 
list of Tho. Passinger, i p. 
Most of the text is in black letter. 
B.M., BodL 

*% The collection was reprinted by J. O. Halliwell-PMlipps (Percy Society, 
Early English Poetry, vol. 29). 

341 



476 A Race at | Sherifi-Muir, J Fairly run, on the i^th November, 1715. 
? 1716 go. A 4 , B 8 . Text, pp. 1-24. 

The title given above is the title, not of the collection, but of the first poem 
in the collection, which has no title-page. The only copy I have seen is 
bound in the middle of a copy of A New Collection of Original Poems 
(Book 223 (c)). From the prominence given to the topical poem on the 
battle of Sheriffmuir I should conjecture that the collection was printed 
not long after the event it celebrates, probably in 1716. For notes on this 
book see Book 223 (c). 
Library of Mo A. Williams, Esq., London. 

477 [THE] I STATE [GARLAND] j OF | ANTIENT and M[ODERN] 
? LOY[AL] | Songs and [Poems] I I PART I. I | [ornament] 

| [D]UBLI[N] 

8 in fours. 4 leaves, B G 4 , . . . Title, verso blank ; text, pp. 154. . . . 
The title-page of the Cambridge copy is mutilated, and all of the book after 
gathering G is lacking. There is a catchword 'If* at the foot of p. 54. 
I have been unable to supply a date for this book. 
Cambridge University Library. 

478 [row of ornaments] | THREE | SONGS | IN | ENGLISH and 
? LATIN. | [row of ornaments] | N.B. The Musick to the Songs in 

English, as set by Dr. | GREENE, is to be had at Mr. WALSH'S 
in Catherine Street \ near the Strand. 

Folio, i leaf, B 2 , i leaf (B being placed within an unsigned sheet). Title, 

p. [i] ; text, pp. 2-7 ; I p. blank. 

The composer referred to was Dr. Maurice Greene. 

I have been unable to supply a date for this book. 

B.M. 

479 VENUS | LOOKING-GLASS | or | A Rich store-house of | choice 
? Drollery. | Expressed | In various Comical dialogues and ( witty 

drolling Songs and Madrigals, | As well new as old j Compared and 
written. I By several Persons the most eminent I wits of this Age. I 
LONDON Printed. 

8. 3 leaves, B-K 8 , L 4 . Title, verso blank; preface, signed J. O., 4 pp.; 
text, pp. 1-152. 

Frontispiece, not counted in signatures or pagination, facing title. 

342 



K 3 and K 4 are unsigned: L 3 is signed. Pp. 94, 95, and 142 are misnum- 
bered 92, 93, and 42. 

I have been unable to supply a date for this book. 
Bodl. 

THE | UOtal 9$etii^ I PART the SECOND, \ BEING | A Col- 480 (2) 
lection of Two Hundred | and Forty One | Of the most celebrated ? 
ENGLISH and SCOTCH \ SONGS, \ None of which are in the 
first Part. | Great Care has been taken in the | CHOICE [ Of this 
COLLECTION, | That none but the best SONGS are inserted. | 
Most of them having been Sung | WITH | Universal Applause at 
the public | Theatres and Gardens, \ In and about LONDON. I = | 
YORK: | Printed and Sold by JOHN JACKSON, in | Peter-Gate. 
Price is. 6d. 

12 in sixes. 6 leaves, A-O 6 . 2 pp. blank; title, verso blank; table of con- 

tents, pp. i-viii; text, pp. 3-170. 

A 2 is misprinted A: B 3 and C 2 are unsigned. 

This is presumably the collection which Lowndes lists as Vocal Melody, 

with the date 1750. I have not been able to find any other authority for 

a date. 

B.M. 



Cabinet: | | A COMPANION I For Gentlemen and 481 
Ladies. \ In which is contained, | [list of contents, 10 items] | To ? 
which is added, A Choice Collection of the best | SONGS. | | 
London: Printed by T. Norris, at the Looking-glass on | London 
bridge. 

The title is enclosed in a border of two lines of rule. 

12. A 2-A 12, B-G 12 . Title, verso blank; preface, 2 pp. ; text, pp. 1-162. 

Many of the signatures and some of the page-numbers have been cut off 

in the only copy I have seen. 

This is a different book from that with a similar title published by Simmons 

and Rhodes (Book 173). I have been unable to supply a date for it. Ac- 

cording to H. R. Plomer, A Dictionary of Printers and Booksellers, 1668- 

1725, Norris moved into his shop on London Bridge in 1711. 

B.M. (lacks F 10). 



343 



ADDENDUM 

The following descriptions should have been printed immediately after 
Book 225 (2) (g) : 

225 THE I ART I OF | English POETRY. | CONTAINING, ] I. 

(1) (h) RULES for making | VERSES. | II. A COLLECTION of | the 

most Natural, A-|greeable and Sublime | THOUGHTS, viz. j 
Allusions, Similes, Descriptions and Characters \ of Persons and 
Things, I that are to be found | in the best English \ POETS. | III. 
A DICTIONARY | of RHYMES. | | By EDWARD BYSSHE, 
Gent. I I The SEVENTH EDITION Corrected | and Enlarged. | 
= I LONDON: I Printed for A. BETTESWORTH, J. OSBORN, 
F. FAYRAM, | W. HEARS, J. PEMBERTON, C. RIVING- 
TON, J. | HOOKE, F. CLAY, J. BATLEY and E, SYMON. | 
M DCC XXV. 

This is the same book as 225 (i) (g). The title-page is a cancel. 
B.M., Yale. 

225 THE I ART I OF I English POETRY. | . . . ] THOUGHTS, viz. I 

(2) (h) ... | and Enlarged. | | Vol. II. | LONDON: | ... | ... BATLEY, 

and . . . 

The title follows that of the first volume, with the differences indicated. 
This is the same book as 225 (2) (g). The title-page is a cancel. 
B.M., Yale. 



344 



INDEXES 



INDEX OF TITLES 

All references are to numbers of the items > not to pages. 
Academiae Cantabrigiensis carmina 224 
Academiae Cantabrigiensis lachrymae 13 
Academiae Cantabrigiensis luctus 359 
Academiae Cantabrigiensis crojcrrpa 123 
Academiae Francofurtanae . . . encaenia 238 
Academiae Glasguensis xapiejTTy/otov 73 
Academiae Oxoniensis comitia 264 
Academiae Oxoniensis funebria sacra 52 
Academiae Oxoniensis gratulatio 194 
Academiae Oxoniensis pietas 25 
Academy of complements, The (1640) 92 
Academy of complements, The (1685) 174 
Ad magnificum. . . . virum . . . lohannem Cirenbergium 70 
Aesop in select fables 212 
Agreeable companion, The 447 
Agreeable medley, The 457 
Agreeable variety, The 293 
Altar of love, The 340 
Anacreon done into English 167 
Annalia "Dubrensia 84 
Annual miscellany, The 172 (4) (a) 
Anthologia in regis exanthemata 72 
Antidote against melancholy, An 130 

Antiquissimae . . , Academiae Andreanae ^apto-r^pta 45 
Apollo's feast 230 
Ars amandi 252 (g) 
Art of English poetry, The 225 

Art of English poetry, Vol. the III d , The 272 (i) (b) 
Art of poetry made easy, The 452 

Bacchus and Venus 409 

Ballads and some other occasional poems 289 

Banquet of the Muses, A 453 

Basia Joannis Secundi Nicolai 365 

Bath, Bristol, Tunbridge and Epsom miscellany, The 398 

Bath miscellany, The 431 

Beatae Mariae Magdalenae lachrymae 30 

345 



of Titles 

Bean's academy, Xhe rxS (c) 

Beauties of iLe English stage, Xhe 410 

Bee, Xhe 28^ 

Bel-vedere ax 

Bodleioinnerna 37 

Bookie of epitaplies . . . upon . . . Sir William Biattes, A i J 

Britannia redi viva 124 

Britaxmiae natalis 68 

British iyLTJ.se, Xlae 416 

Britisli F^araaass-as, Xlxe 



Cabinet of claoice je\vels, A. 182. 
Callipaedia ^253 
Camd-eni insignia 59 

CantaDrigiensiiim. dolor et solanaen 63 
Canterbury tales, The (IVIorell) 411 
Canterbury tales, Xne (Ogle) 43^ 

Canting academy, Xlie 155 

Carmen natalitium. 82 

Carnaina comitialia 3x7 

Carmina fnnel>ria 43 ^ 

Carmina qtiadragesimalia 325 

Carolns reduce 55 

Certain elegies 48 

Certain epigrams in laud and praise 374 

Certain verses . . . to be re-printed with. . , . Gondioert 105 

Certaine wortliye manuscript poems 20 

Cnaring-Cross medley, Xne 372 

Cliarms of liberty, Xlie 250 

Chester miscellany, Xne 468 

Choice, Xlie 353 

Choice collection of * . . Scots poems, A. 2.39 

Choice collection of 1:20 loyal songs, A 171 

Choice collection of poetry, A 417 

Chorus poetarum 

Choyce drollery 

Choyce poems 131 

Christian poet, Xhe (1728) 348 

Christian poet, Xhe (1735) 399 

Christmas carolles newely inprynted :z 

Christmas carolles newely imprinted ( ?i55o) 472 

346 



Index of Titles 

Christmasse caroHes newely enprinted i 
Clio and Strephon 373 
Collection of, A 

Bacchanalian songs 357 (b) 

ballads 289 (c) 

divine hymns and poems 231 (b) 

86 loyal poems 175 

epigrams 341 

hymns and poems 256 

letters and poems 160 (b) 

loyal songs . . . against the Rump 128 (i) (d) 

loyal songs for the use of the Revolution Club 461 

loyal songs, poems, &c. 469 

many wonderful prophesies 195 

merry poems 403 

miscellany poems, A supplement to 191 (2) (a) 

miscellany poems, letters, &c. 216 

miscellany poems, never before published 412 

moral and sacred poems 441 

old ballads 326 

one hundred and eighty loyal songs 171 (d) 

original poems and translations 448 

original poems, viz. 329 

pieces in verse and prose 374 

poems by several hands (1693) 151 (c) 

poems. By several hands (1744) 442 

poems. By several hands (Dodsley) 458 

poems. By the author of a poem on the Cambridge ladies 380 

poems for and against Dr. Sacheverell 254 

poems for and against Dr. Sacheverell . . . The fourth part 255 

poems on aifairs of state 188 

poems on several occasions. Written in the last century 455 

poems on state-affairs 259 

poems: viz. The temple of death 151 (e) 

poems, written upon several occasions 151 

state songs, poems, &c. 290 

the best English poetry 294 

the most celebrated prologues 342 (b) 

the newest and most ingenious poems 189 
Comitia philologica (1677) 164 (b) 
Comitia philologica (1702) 226 

347 



Index of Titles 

Comitia Westmonasteriensium 349 

Commendatory verses 217 

Compleat academy of complements, The 235 

Compleat collection of all the verses, A 350 

Compleat courtier, the x68 

Complete collection of ... English and Scotch songs, A 400 

Contest, The 389 

Coronae Carolinae quadratura 85 

Count Piper's packet 375 

Court miscellany, The 308 

Court of Venus, The 6 

Court oracle, The 390 

Court parrot, The 381 

Court poems 295 

Court whispers 439 

Covent Garden drolery 152 

Cuckolds miscellany, The 401 

Cupid, The 404 

Cupid's bee-hive 318 

Cupids master-piece 112 

Cythereia 327 

Davisons poems 24 (e) 

Death repeal* d 89 

Deliciae poeticae 240 

Delights of the Muses, The 412 (b) 

Delitiae poet arum Scotorum 87 

Description of love, A 67 (f ) 

Diverting Muse, The 241 

Divine hymns and poems 231 

Dodsley's miscellany 458 

Domiduca Oxoniensis 135 

D. Henrici Savilii , . . oratio 116 

Dryden's miscellany 172 

Dublin magazine, The 382 

Duels Eboracensis fasciae 74 

Edinburgh miscellany, The 313 

Eidyllia in obitum . . . Henrici Walliae Principis 33 

.Eto-oSta Musarum Edinensium 75 

Eloisa to Abelard 314 (b) 

Elzivir miscellany, The 283 (b) 

348 



Inde% of Titles 

Encomion RodolpM Warcoppi 28 

Englands Helicon 22 

Englands Parnassus 23 

Englands witty and ingenious jester 473 (o) 

English gratitude 265 

English Parnassus, The 115 

English treasury of wit, The 108 

Epicedia Academiae Oxoniensis (Duke of Gloucester) 125 

Epicedia Academiae Oxoniensis (Princess of Orange) 126 

Epicedia Cantabrigiensia 146^ 

Epicedia Universitatis Oxoniensis (1669) 140 

Epicedia Universitatis Oxoniensis (1670) (Duke of Albemarle) 144 

Epicedia Universitatis Oxoniensis (1670) (Henrietta Maria) 143 

Epicedia Universitatis Oxoniensis (1671) 147 

Epicedium Cantabrigiense (1612) 34 

Epicediurn Cantabrigiense (1708) 245 

Epicinion Oxoniense 227 

Epigrammata Regiorum medicinae Professorum 76 

Epitaphs upon . . . Mr. William Michel 81 

Epithalamia Cantabrigiensia 136 

Epithalamia Oxoniensia (1625) 64 

Epithalamia Oxoniensia (1734) 391 

Epithalamia, sive lusus 38 

Epithalamium illustriss . . . Caroli 65 

Epithalamium in ... nuptiis . . . Guilielmi-Henrici 162 

Essay on poetry, An 208 

Eucharistica Oxoniensia 96 

Ever green, The 330 

Examen miscellaneum 228 

Examen poeticum 172 (3) (a) 

Examen poeticum duplex 213 

Exequiae celsissimo principi, Georgio 246 

Exequiae clarissimo viro Johanni Radclifle 284 

Exequiae desideratissimo . . . Gulielmo 218 

Exequiae illustrissimi equitis, D. Philippi Sidnaei 14 

Fables and other short poems 366 

Faithful memoirs of the Grubstreet Society 377 (c) 

Falles of unfortunate princes, The 4 (1) 

Familiar letters 305 

Farther hue and cry after Dr. Swift, A 273 

349 



Index of Titles 

Female inconstancy display *d 376 

Flanders new garland, The 247 

Flos Britannic-us 86 

Flower-piece, Tne 367 

Flowers of Parnassus, Tne 405 

Foundling hospital for wit, Tne 440 

Four new songs 474 

Full collection of all poems upon diaries, Prince of Wales, A 449 

Funebria nobilissimi ... 33. Henrici Untoni 19 

Funeral! elegies, upon . . . Jolin Stanhope 60 

Garden of tne Muses, Tne 21 (b) 
Genettdiacum . . . Caroli & Mariae 71 
Gentleman's miscellany, The 358 
Good and true , . . Christinas carols 99 
Good wife, The 49 

Gorgious gallery, of gallant inventions, A. 9 
Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis (x623) 56 
Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis (1697) 2O 9 
Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis (1713) 266 
Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis (1733) 383 
Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis (1736) 406 
Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis (1748) 459 
Gratulatio Academiae Oxoniensis 407 
Grove, The 319 
Grubiana 377 
Gulliveriana 351 

Handefull of pleasant delites, A (1584) 7 (b) 

Historical and poetical medley, The 415 (c) 

History of Adolphus, The 196 

Hive, The 331 

Horti Carolini rosa alt era 93 

Humours of a country election, The 392 

Humours of 3SFew Tunbridge Wells, Tne 393 

Hymenaeus Cantabrigiensis 169 

lacobi ara 46 

Illustrissirni . . . Ducis Cornubiae . . genetliliacon 183 

Irenodia Cantabrigiensis 97 

lusta funebria 39 

lusta Oxoniensium 35 

350 



Index of Titles 

J. Cleaveland revived 121 
Justa Edouardo King 90 

Kurzer versuch, Ein 418 

Lachrymae Academiae Marischallanae 57 

Lachrymae lachrymanim 41 (c) 

Lachrymae Musarum 102 

Lacrymae Cantabrigienses (1619) 53 

Lacrymae Cantabrigienses (1670) 145 

Lacrymae Cantabrigienses (1694-5) 20 5 

Ladies miscellany, The 306 

Lark, The 427 

Last and best edition of new songs, The 163 

Last parte of the mirour for magistrates, The (1574) 4 (e) 

Letter from Italy, A 251 

Letters and poems 160 

Letters in prose and verse 352 

Letters, poems and tales 307 

Letters to the Lady Wharton 347 (2) (a) 

Linnet, The 464 (i) 

London medley, The 368 

London miscellany, The 359 

Lover's pacquet, The 384 

Loves garland 61 

Loves of Hero and Leander, The 103 

Loyal garland, The 475 (d) 

Loyal mourner, The 291 

Loyal poems and satyrs 176 

Luctus Britannici 219 

Lnctus posthumus 36 

Lusus Westmonasterienses 360 

Lycidus 184 

Marrow of complements, The 109 

Mausoleum 40 

Medulla poetarum Romanorum 413 

Melpomene 157 (c) 

Memoirs of the Society of Grub-Street 414 

Memorial of suche princes, A 4 

Merry companion, The 424 

351 



Index of Titles 

Merry drollery 132 

Merry-thought, Tlie 369 

Methinks the poor town 156 

Mirour for magistrates, Tiie last parte of the 4 (e) 

Miscellanea nova et curiosa 462 

Miscellanea sacra (1696) 207 

Miscellanea sacra (1705) 236 

Miscellanea. In two volumes 343 

Miscellaneous collection of poems, A 320 

Miscellaneous poems and translations (Lintott) 260 

Miscellaneous poems and translations (Savage) 336 

Miscellaneous poems, by several hands (Lewis) 337 

Miscellaneous poems, by several hands (Ralph) 354 

Miscellaneous poems on several occasions 402 

Miscellaneous poems, original and translated 332 

Miscellaneous poems, translations 260 (2) (b) 

Miscellaneous works, The (Rochester and Rosconxtnon) 

Miscellaneous works, The (Ouke of Buckingham) 232 

Miscellanies 344 

Miscellanies in prose and verse 321 (d) 

Miscellany, being a collection of poems 177 

Miscellany of lyric poems, A 428 

Miscellany of original poems* A 319 (b) 

Miscellany of poems, A 370 

Miscellany poems (Dryden Tonson) 172 

Miscellany poems (Lintott) 260 (i) (e) 

Miscellany poems, A supplement to ... 191 (2) (a) 

Miscellany poems and translations 178 

Miscellany poems upon several occasions 197 

Mock songs and joking poems 158 

Moestissimae . . . Academiae Cantabrigiensis aifectus 179 

Moestissimae . . . Academiae Cantabrigiensis carmina 274 

Motets, madrigals and other pieces 454 

Mover fj^v ctcroSMZj Ta TOW 50 

Movcrajv c^oSta, To, TO>V 51 

Mughouse-diversion 296 

Musa Hospitalis Ecclesiae Christ! Oxon. 29 

Musae Anglicanae 198 (i) (f) 

Musae Britannicae 257 

IVEusae Cantabrigienses 190 

Musae Hospitales Wicchamicae 32 

352 



Index of Titles 

Musapaedia 309 

Musarum Anglicanarum analecta 198 

Musarum Anglicanarum analecta . . . Vol. Ill 297 

Musarum Cantabrigiensium luctus 117 

Musarum Cantabrigiensium threnodia 146 

Musarum lachrymae (1630) 69 

Musarum lachrymae (1719) 310 

Musarum Oxoniensium charisteria 91 

Musarum Oxoniensium eAato<o/>ia 106 

Musarum Oxoniensium Tn/3aTr}pia. 100 

Musarum Oxoniensium pro rege suo soteria 77 

Muse in good humour, The 450 (i) (d) 

Muse in masquerade, The 451 

Muses farewell, The 191 

Muses library, The 415 

Musical companion, The 433 

Myrroure for magistrates, A 4 (b) 

Mysteries of love and eloquence, The 118 

Naps upon Parnassus 119 

New academy of complements, A 285 

New academy of complements, The 148 

New and choice collection of loyal songs, A 463 

New carolls for . . . Christmas 133 

New Christmas carrols 133 (b) 

New collection of poems and songs 157 

New collection of poems on several occasions, A (1701) 223 

New collection of poems on several occasions, A (1725) 334 

New collection of poems, relating to state affairs 237 

New collection of the choicest songs, A (1676) 161 

New collection of the choicest songs, A (1682) 166 

New court songs and poems 153 

New help to discourse, The 141 

New ministry, The 435 

New miscellany : being a collection, A 335 

New miscellany. Containing, A 361 

New miscellany for the year 1738, A 419 

New miscellany of original poems, A (1701) 223 (b) 

New miscellany of original poems, A (1720) 315 

New miscellany of Scots sangs, A 333 (b) 

New songs, The last and best edition of 163 

353 zz 



I^ndeoc of Titles 

ISTewes from -tlie dead. 104 

3STew-y ear's miscellany, Xite 456 

ISTiglrfcingale, Xlie 420 

ISTine jEVTuses, Tlie 220 

JSTorf ollc poetical miscellany, Xtie 443 

JVbcrrot>Sccc 47 

Odes and satires of Horace, Trie (Bell) 286 
Odes and satyrs of Horace, Xb.e (Xonson) 287 
Oliva pacis 107 

Original poems and translations 275 
Original poems and translations 277 (b) 
Orpliens 464 

Ovid de arte ama,ndi 103 (d) 
Ovid's art of love (1692) 
Ovid's art of love (1709) 
Ovid's epistles x>5 

Ovid's metamorplioses (Oartli) 298 
Ovid's raetarnorplioses (Sewell) 299 
Ovid's metamorpliosis (Xa,te) 210 
Oxford and Cambridge miscellany poems 248 
Oxford drollery, 149 

O^coniensis Academiae funebre officium 26 
Oxoniensis Academiae parentalia 66 

17 



IPalace miscellarLy, Trie 385 
IPall-Mall miscellany, Xne 378 
3?ancriaris qneen of love 322 
3?anegyriok: on Oliver Crom-well, A 122 (c) 
3?aradyse of daynty devises, Xb.e 8 
IParaplirasis Latina 203 
Parentalia 83 
IParnassns biceps 12:3 
IParson's dangli-ter, Xlae 300 

obedrunt omnia 214 (b) 
15 

3?erfect collection of . . . songs, A 159 
Fliilomel 444 
IPlioenix: nest, Xlie 18 
IPietas Academiae Cantabrigiensis 42 x 

354 



Index of Titles 

Pietas Academiae Oxoniensis 422 
Pietas Universitatis Oxoniensis (1685) 180 
Pietas Universitatis Oxoniensis (1695) 2 6 
Pietas Universitatis Oxoniensis (1702) 229 
Pietas Universitatis Oxoniensis (1714) 276 
Pietas Universitatis Oxoniensis (1727) 345 
Pill to purge state-melancholy, A 288 
Pills to purge state-melancholy 290 (b) 
Plausus Musarum Oxoniensium 233 
Pleasure for a minute 328 
Poems and translations 277 
Poems by several hands 181 
Poems by the Earl of Roscommon 301 

Poems by the Earls of Roscommon and Dorset 323 (2) (b) 
Poems in English and Latin 338 
Poems in the Scottish dialect 460 
Poems of Henry Howard 5 (k) 
Poems of Horace, The 138 
Poems of love and gallantry 289 (b) 
Poems on affairs of state (1697) 211 
Poems on affairs of state (1698) 215 
Poems on affairs of state, collected 386 
Poems on affairs of state, the second part 191 (d) 
.Poems on affairs of state . . . the third part 215 
Poems on several occasions: by his Grace the Duke of Buckingham , 

260 (2) (a) 

Poems on several occasions. By Matthew Prior 436 (d) 
Poems on several occasions. By the Duke of Buckingham . . . 202 (b) 
Poems on several occasions. By the Earls of Roscommon and Dorset . 

(1714) 278 
Poems on several occasions, by the Earls of Roscommon and Dorset 

(1721) 323 (2) (a) 

Poems on several occasions. Collected 434 

Poems on several occasions, from genuine manuscripts of Dean Swift 465 
Poems on severall occasions. Originals 204 
Poems on several occasions : viz. 302 
Poems to the memory of ... Edmond "Waller 185 
Poems upon divine and moral subjects 311 
Poems upon several occasions 184 (b) 
Poems written occasionally by John Wmstanley 437 
Poetarum Scotorum Musae sacrae 425 

355 



Index of Titles 

Poetical entertainer, The 261 (2) 

Poetical miscellanies (Dryden Tonson) 172 (5) (a) 

Poetical miscellanies (Steele) 279 

Poetical miscellanies (1729) 355 

Poetical rapsody, A 24 

Poetical recreations 186 

Poetical remaines, The 202 (c) 

Poetical works of Philip late Duke of Wharton, The 347 (i) (b) 

Poetical works of ... Sir Charles Sedley, The 243 

Poetical works of the Earls of Rochester, Roscommon and Dorset, The 

323 (x) (d) 

Poetry made familiar 452 (b) 
Political merriment 280 
Present for a young lady, A 354 (b) 
Prince d'amour, Le 127 
Principi juventutis GuKelmo 221 
IZjooreAeta Anglo-Batava 98 

Quaestiones, una cum carminibus (1714) 281 
Quaestiones, una cum carminibus (1730) 362 
Quintessence of English poetry, The 416 (i) (b) 

Race at SherifE-Muir, A 476 

Rape of the smock, The 303 

Ratts rhimed to death 128 

Recreation for ingenious head-peeces 95 (c) 

Rex redux 78 

Rhapsody, The 470 

Robin, The 464 (3) 

Robin Hoods garland 137 

Robin's panegyrick 356 

Rome rhym'd to death 170 

Rump, The 128 (b) 

St. James's tatler, The 394 

Sacrae Scripturae locorum quorundam versio metrica 408 

Sacred miscellanies 267 

Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis, The 200 

Satyrical works of Titus Petronius Arbiter, The 249 

Scarborough miscellany, The (1732) 379 

Scarborough miscellany, The (1734) 395, 396 

356 



Index of Titles 

Schola moralis philosophiae Oxon. 62 

Second collection of miscellanies, A 316 

Second part of merry drollery, The 132 (2) (a) 

Select collection of modern poems, A (1713) 268 

Select collection of modern poems, A (1744) 445 

Select poems from Ireland 363 

Seneca his tenne tragedies 10 

Sepulchrorum inscriptiones 346 

Several copies of verses on the death of Mr. Abraham Cowley 139 

Shepheards pipe, The 44 

Sir P. S. his Astrophel and Stella 16 

Solis Britannici perigaeum 79 

Songes and sonettes 5 

Sonnets and histories 7 

State amusements 258 

State garland, The 477 

State poems 292 

Strenae natalitiae 187 

Summer miscellany, The 438 

2Jvva>Sia 88 

Supplement to Dr. Swift's . . . works 426 

Supplement to . . . miscellany poems 191 (2) (a) 

Supplement to the Muses farewell 191 (2) (c) 

Supplement to the works 467 (3) (a) 

Supplex recognitio 180 

Sylvae 172 (2) (a) 

Syr P. S. his Astrophel and Stella 16 

Syren, The 423 

Tea-table miscellany, The 333 

Temple of death, The 151 (d) 

Theatre of ingenuity, The 234 

Theatre of wit, The 453 (b) 

Theatri Oxoniensis encaenia (1677) 164 

Theatri Oxoniensis encaenia (1693) 201 

Third part of the works of Mr. Abraham Cowley, The 192 

Three elegies on ... Prince Henrie 42 

Three poems upon the death of his late Highnesse Oliver 122 

Three poems upon the death of the late usurper Oliver Cromwel 122 (b) 

Three songs in English and Latin 478 

Threni Cantabrigienses (1661) 134 

357 



of Titles 



Oa.3CLa,t>3rigie2ases 
-43 



TturerLodia, in. oTDiinxm. ID, Ecloixaircli L^wlcen-or 31 



L, The 4454. (^) 
Toasts of -tlao UPa/fcriots Clrtb, Tlxe 39^ 
Toasts of 33. K.Tamp-Stea.lc ClizlD, Tlxe 



Top>eir*> cieliglxi:, Tlio 
Tory jplll, A. 12,54. (o) 
Toary ;pills ^54. (f) 
To-fc-fcel's mlscella-xxy 5 
of ^wTii:, Tlxo 
s of IBa-colxxxs, Tlxe 357- 

lscellaxiy, Tixe ^^^ (^) (o) 
, Ttte (1712) 
, Tlio (17x3) 



(17^ -2) 
T-uixilc>r-Ig;ia,lisL (^730) 

(1733) 387 



54 



47Q 

"Veirses Iby -fclxo TUnlvearsity of O^fordL xox (o) 
of p>ra-yse artcL ioye x^2 

ort -fclxe <3.ea*tlx of . . . Sar BeviU Grexxvill xox 
IVTxiso, Ttio 304 
ot>it:ijLS d-ULOirizm fira.t:i"iaxrx , . . Burajadoni 3 

a, a3o:ra. So 
Tlae 4.80 (^) 
f Tlie 388 



"Vote. O^coxi-i^iasla, XQ3 
58 

Oa^irolo X^Q 

358 



Index of Titles 

Warbling Muses, The 466 

Westminster drollery 150 

Whartoniana 347 

Whig and Tory 254 (d) 

Windsor drollery 154 

"Windsor medley, The 371 

Wit and drollery 114 

Wit and mirth 130 (b) 

Wit restored 120 

Wit's cabinet (?i684) 173 

Wit's cabinet (?) 481 

Wits interpreter no 

Wits recreations 95 

Works of Anacreon and Sappho, The 271 

Works of celebrated authors, The 471 

Works of Mr. Abraham Cowley, The third part of the 192 

"Works of Monsieur Boileau, The 263 

"Works of Philip, late Duke of Wharton, The 347 (i) (c) 

Works of the . . . Earls of Rochester and Roscommon, The 242 (c) 

"Works of the . . . Earls of Rochester and Roscommon, The 323 

Works of the most celebrated minor poets, The 467 

Works of T. Petroiiius Arbiter, The 249 (b) 



359 



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX 

TMs list includes only those books which are not in their normal 
position in the bibliography. 



155 


472 




1667 


95 (g), (W 




1559 


4(b) 5 


(d), (e) 


1668 


121 (d) 




15^3 


4(c) 




1670 


132 (b), 137 (b) 




*5 6 5 


5 CO 




1671 


no (c), 138 (c) 




1567 


5(g) 




1672 


103 (f), 150 (i) (d), 


(2) (a), 


1571 


4(d) 






(2) (b) 




1574 


4 (e), 5 


(h) 


1673 


151 (b) 




1575 


4 CO 




1674 


150 (i) (e) 




1578 


4 (g), (I 


i), 8 (b) 


1677 


103 (g), 115 (b) 




1580 


8(c) 




1678 


157 (c), 160 (b) 




1584 


7(b) 




1679 


149 (b) 




1585 


5 (i)> 8 


(d) 


1680 


138 (d), 141 (b) 




1587 


4 (i). 5 


(3) 


1681 


133 (c) 




1590 


8(e) 




1682 


103 (h), 1 14 (c), 1 22 (b) 


,i3o(b) 


1596 


8(f) 


1683 


95 (i), 165 (c) 




1600 


8(g) 




1684 


101 (c), 130 (c), 141 (c) 


1606 


8(h) 




1685 


112 (b), 118 (b), 171 


(c), 172 


1608 


24 (b) 






(2) (a) 




1610 


4 (k), 21 (b) 


1686 


475 (e) 




1611 


24 (c), 


(d) 


1688 


165 (e) 




1614 


22 (b) 




1690 


191 (i) (b), (2) (c) 




1619 


4G) 




1691 


132 (c) 




1620 


4 (m), 48 (b) 


1692 


172 (i) (b), (i) (c), (2) 


(b) 


1621 


24 (e) 




1693 


151 (c), 172 (2) (c), 


(3) (a), 


1638 


67 (i) 






(3) (b) 




1641 


95 (b) 




1694 


171 (d), 172 (4) (a) 




1645 


95 (c) 




1695 


151 (d) 




1650 


92 (b), 


95 (d) 


1696 


202 (b) 




1653 


103 (b) 


> (c) 


1697 


184 (b), 191 (d), 200 (b), (c) 


1^54 


95 (e) 




1698 


202 (c), 207 (b) 




1660 


121 (b) 




1699 


118 (c), 198 (i) (b), 


(i) (c), 


1661 


114 (b) 


, 126 (b) 




(2) (a), 211 (i) (d) 




1662 


103 (d) 


, (e), no (b), 121 (c), 


1701 


151 (e), 165 (f) 






128 (c), 133 (b) 


1702 


151 (f), 172 (i) (d), 


(2) (d), 


1663 


92 (c), 


95 (f) 




200 (d), 211 (i) (e), 


217 (b) 






360 







Chronological Index 



1703 173 (k), 211 (i) (f), (2) (a), 

(2) (b) 

1704 172 (5) (a), 211 (3) (a) 

1705 103 (i), 165 (g), 225 (b), 232 (2) 

1707 211 (4) (a), 232 (i) (b), 236 

(1) (b), (2) 

1708 172 (4) (b), 225 (c), 236 (c) 

1709 122 (c), 172 (6) (a), 231 (b), 

239 (2), 242 (c) 

1710 211 (i) (g), 225 (d), 243 (b), 

249 (b) 

1711 200 (e), 239 (3), 254 (4), 263 (2) 

1712 165 (h), 252 (b), 253 (b), 254 (c) 

1713 148 (b), 200 (f), 239 (i) (b), 

249 (d), 254 (d) 

1714 198 (i) (d), (2) (b), 225 (i) 

(e), (2) (e), 249 (e), 260 (i) 
(b), 269 (2) (b) 

1715 254 (e), (f), 280 (3), (4) 

1716 151 (g), 165 (i), 172 (2) (e), 

(3) (d), (4) (c), (5) (b), (6) 
(b), 211 (i) (h), (2) (c), (3) 
(b), (4) (b), 223 (c), 476 

1717 5 (k), 260 (2) (a), 287 (b) 

1718 225 (i) (f), (2) (f), 272 (i) (b), 

290 (b), 473 (q) 

1719 231 (c), 252 (c), 295 (b), 296 (e) 

1720 165 (j), 260 (i) (c), (2) (b), 

298 (i) (b), (2) (b) 

1721 198 (i) (e), (2) (c), 287 (c) 

1722 260 (i) (d), (2) (c), 304 (b) 

1723 322 (b) 

1724 225 (i) (g), (2) (g), 293 (b), 

299 (i) (b), (2) (b), 305 (f) 

1725 133 (d), 165 (k), 225 (i) (h), 

(2) (h), 326 (3) (a), 331 

(3) (a) 

1726 200 (g), 279 (C), 295 (C), 326 

(2) (b), 331 (X) (C) 

1727 165 (1), 172 (i) (f), (3) (e), ( 4 ) 

(d), (5) (c), (6) (c), 260 (i) 



(e), (2) (d), 279 (d), 289 (c), 
298 (i) (c), (2) (c), 303 (b), 
326 (i) (c), 331 (2) (c), 333 (b) 

1729 165 (m), 235 (b), 331 (3) (c), 

333 (c) 

1730 287 (d), 333 (d), 337 (2) 

1731 128 (i) (d), (2) (d), 173 (o), 

268 (b), 323 (i) (b), (2) (b), 

340 (c), 347 (i) (b), (2) (b) 

1732 260 (i) (f), (2) (e), 298 (i) (d), 

(2) (d), 306(0), 319 (b), 33i 
(i) (d), (3) (d), (4) (a), 353 
(i) (b), 369 (3) (b) 

1733 299 (i) (c), (2) (c), 331 (2) 

(d), 333 (i), 344 (4) (b), 352 
(2), (3) 

1734 333 (j), 36o (b), 379 (b), 388 

(i) (b) 

1735 200 (h), 244 (i), 252 (d), 344 

(i) (b), (i) (c) 

1736 303 (c), 400 (4) (a), (5) (a), 

(6) (a), (7) (a) 

1737 ^73 (P)> 225 (i) (i), (2) (i), 

341 (w), 353 (i) (c), 366 
(i) (b), (2) (b), (3) (b) 

1738 326 (3) (b), 388 (i) (c), (2) (b), 

(1) (d), 412 (b) 

1739 323(1) (c), (2) (c), (i) (d), 

(2) (d), 404 (b), 423 (c) 

1740 333 (k), 347 CO (c), (2) (c), 

360 (c), 411 (b), 416 (i) (b), 
(2)(b), ( 3 )(b), 4 25(c) 

1741 198 (i) (f), (2) (d), 325 (i) (b), 

392 (b), 415 (d) 

1742 293 (c), 424 (b), 427 (b), 432 

(i) (b), (2) (b) 

1743 285 (1), 354 (b), 435 (3) (a) 

1744 440 (2) (b), (2) (c) 

1745 344 (6) (c) 

1746 440 (3) (a), (3) (b) 

1747 344 (5) (a), 440 (4) (a) 

361 3 A 



Chronological Index 



1748 165 (n), 285 (m), 325 (2) (a), 

440 (5) (a), 452 (b) 

1749 440 (2) (d), (6) (a), 458 (4) (a) 

1750 252 (g), 333 (1), 360 (d), 445 

(b), 467 (3) (a) 

Books of uncertain date: 6 (b), 
8 (e), n, 112, 132 (i) (a), 



(2) (a), 133 (b), 137 (c), 173 
(r),2 4 7>3o8(e),33i (3) (d), 
347 (i) (b), (2) (b), 368, 369 

(3) (b), ( 4 ) (a), 378 (b), (c), 
415 (b), 423, 423 (d), 472, 
473 (o), 474 475 (d), 47^, 
477, 478, 479, 480 (2), 481 



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INDEX OF BOOKS WITHOUT LONDON IMPRINTS 



ABERDEEN 57, 8 1 

ALTONA 418 

AMSTERDAM 87 (i), (2), 298 (i) (d), 
(2) (d) 

BATH 431, 431 (b) 

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 442 

BRISTOL 441 (i), (2), (3) 

CAMBRIDGE 27, 34, 34 (b), 53, 53 (b), 
(c), 56, 56 (b), 63, 63 (b), 65, 65 
(b), 71, 72, 74, 76, 78, 78 (b), 82, 
88, 88 (b), 90, 94, 94 (b), 97* *7> 
117, 117 (b), 123, 123 (b), 134, 
136, 142, 145, 146, 146^, 162, 169, 
179* 183, 190, 205, 209, 222, 224, 
245, 266, 274, 281, 339, 362, 380, 
383, 406, 421, 459 

CHESTER 468 

DUBLIN 69, 165 (1), 252 (g), 268, 268 
(b), 279 (c), 285 (1), 320(1), (2), 321 
(d), 322 (b), 333 (c), (j), 355, 378 
(d), 382, 388 (i) (d), 426, 432 (i) 
(b), (2) (b), 437, 462, 477 

EDINBURGH 40, 45, 47, 50, 50 (b), 
(c), 51. 73, 75 239 (i) (a), (i) (b), 
(2), (3), 313, 322 (b), 330 (i), (2), 
333, 338, 425 (i) (a), (2) (a), (b), 
(c), 461 



GLASGOW 445, 445 (b), 460 

MALTON 457 

OXFORD 14, 15, 17, 19, 19 (b) r 25, 
25 (b), 26, 28, 29, 30, 32 (?), 33, 
36, 37, 38, 39, 43 > 43 i 4^ 52, 54, 
55, 59, 62, 64, 66, 66 (b), 68, 68 
(b), 70, 77, 77 (b), 79, 79 (b), 80, 
80 (b), 85, 86, 89, 91, 93, 96, 96 (b), 
98, 98 (b), 100, [101], 101 (b) ( ?), 
104, 104 (b), (c), (d), (e), 106, 116, 
124, 125, 126, 126 (b), [129], 135, 
140, 143, 144, 144 (b), 147, 149, 
149 (b), 164, 164 (b), (c), 167, 180, 
187, 193, 194, 194 (b), 198 (i) (a), 

(1) (b), (i) (c), (2) (a), 201, 206, 
218, 226, 227, 229, 233, 238, 246, 
264, 276, 284, 297, 325 (i) (a), 

(2) (a), 345, 37> 39** 4^7* 48, 422 
WESTMINSTER 346 (i), (2), 360, 360 

(b) 

YORK 417 (i), (2), 480 (2) 

No indication of place of printing: 
6, 6 (b), 7, 8 (e), 32, 101, 101 (b), 
129, 156, 159, 161, 204, 211 (i) (a), 
(i) (b), (i) (c), (i) (d), (i) (e), (i) 
(f), (2) (a), (2) (b), (3) (a), 215, 273, 
273 (b), 449, 469, 472, 474, 47<5 



363 



INDEX OF PERSONS 

This index includes the names of all authors or other persons 
referred to in the transcripts of title-pages (except publishers 
and printers named in imprints), of signers of dedications or 
prefaces and of persons to whom dedications or prefaces are 
addressed. It does not list all authors whose work appears in 
the miscellanies, .... 

The reference in each instance is to the first volume or edition 
of the series in which the name appears: it may recur m later 
volumes or editions of that series. 



A. B. 22, 152 

A., F. 280 (i) 

A. M. 280 (i) 

Abelard, Pierre 314 (b) 

Abergavenny, William, Lord 360 

Adams, John 266, 406 

Adamson, John 47, 50, 75 

Adamson, Patrick 425 (i) (a) 

Addison, Joseph 198 (2) (a), 251, 
263 (i), 267, 268 (b), 294 (i), 298 
(i) (b), 318, 348, 399, 434. 445 

Adolphus, Prince of Russia 196 

Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of 

129, 144* J 4 6 * 2 43 
Albemarle, William Anne Keppel, 

Earl of 354 
Aldrich, Henry 206 
Alexis 228 
Allott, Robert 23 
Ambrose, Eleanor 462 
Ambrose, William 84 
Amelia, Princess 396 
Amhurst, Nicholas 348 
Anacreon 167, 249 (d), 271 
Anaxandrides 228 
Anne, Duchess of York 146^, 147 
Anne, Princess, daughter of Charles I 

86, 88 



Anne, Princess, daughter of George II 

383, 389, 39i, 466 
Anne, Queen 169, 207 218, 221, 222, 

224, 226, 227, 229, 245, 246, 258, 

264, 266, 274, 276, 291 
Anne, Queen of James I 52, 53 
Antiphanes 228 
Apollodorus 228 
Arbuthnot, John 344 (5) (a), 4^6, 

445 (b) 

Areskin, Charles 425 (i) (a) 
Argyle, Archibald Campbell, Earl of 

243 

Aristotle 271 

Arwaker, Edmund 211 (4) (a) 
Atkinson, Francis 115 
Atterbury, Francis 256, 402 
Augusta, Princess of Wales 406, 407, 



y, Dr. 256 



Ayloffe, William 211 (i) (a), 215, 
232 (i) (a), 243, 249 

B., A. 22, 152 

B., C. 132 

B,, I. 157 (c) 

B., L. 148 

B., R. 102, 152 (b) 



364 



Index of Persons 



Backhouse, Sir William 138 

Bacon, Sir Edmund 381 

Baker, Henry 413 (i) (a) 

Baldwin, William 4 (b) 

Ballard, John 84 

Baltimore, Benedict Leonard Cal- 

vert, Lord 223 
Banier, Antoine 298 (i) (b) 
Banstittle, Adinoram 119 
Barclay, Alexander 415 
Barker, Jane 186 
Barnarde, S. 8 
Barnes, Robert 30 
Basse, William 84 
Basset, Richard 220 
Bath, John Grenville, Earl of 101 
Bath, William Pulteney, Earl of 368 
Bavius (John Martyn) 377 (c), 414 (i) 
Bayle, Pierre 253 (b) 
Baylie, Richard 135 
Bayning, Lady 89 
Bayning, Paul, Viscount 89 
Beale, Jerome 56 
Beaumont, Francis 416 (i) (a) 
Beaumont, Sir John 294 (i) 
Beckingham, Charles 310 
Behn, Aphra 177, 184, 197, 202, 305 
Belhaven, John Hamilton, Lord 243 
Bellas, William 84 
Bentinck, William, Earl of Portland 

210 

Betterton, Thomas 432 (i) (b) 
Bewe, M. 8 

Bickham, George 366 (i) (a) 
Bickham, John 366 (i) (a) 
Bion 271 

"Birkhead, Henry 101 (c) 
Blackmore, Sir Richard 217, 231, 294 



Bladen, Sir Martin 360 
Blithe, Samuel 179 



Blount, Charles 215, 232 (2), 249 

Blunden, Humphrey 95 

Bodenham, John 21, 22 

Bodley, Sir Thomas 37, 39 

Boileau, Nicolas 263 (i) 

Boldero, Edmund 142 

BoHngbroke, Henry St. John, Vis- 
count 2ii (2) (a), 347 (i) (b), 386 

Bolton, Lavinia Paulet, Duchess of 
352 (b) 

Bond, William 373 

Bonnefons, Jean (Bonefonius) 318, 
322 

Boorde, Andrew 415 

Bourne, Vincent 198 (i) (f), 317 

Boyle, Catherine, Countess of Cork 69 

Boyle, Dorothy, Countess of Burling- 
ton 236 (i) (a) 

Boyle, Richard, Earl of Burlington 
252 

Boyle, Richard, Earl of Cork 69 

Boyle, Roger, Earl of Orrery 151 (d) 

Boyse, Samuel 432 (i) (b) 

Brady, Nicholas 211 (4) (a) 

Brandon, Charles, Duke of Suffolk 3 

Brandon, Henry, Duke of Suffolk 3 

Brathwayte, Richard 49 

Breton, John 146} 

Brinsden, Mr. 280 (i) 

Briscoe, Samuel 305 

Bristol, George Digby, Earl of 243 

Brocade, Timothy 273 

Brome, Alexander 138 

Brook, Lord 243 

Brooke, Fulke Greville, Lord 415 

Brooke, Henry 432 (i) (b) 

Brooke, Nathaniel no 

Broome, William 260 (2) (b), 275, 
283 (b) 

Brown, Thomas 197, 215, 216, 217, 
232 (i) (a), 249, 305, 332, 403 (b) 



365 



Index of Persons 



Browne, Th.om.as 205 
Browne, William 44 
Bruce, Sir Alexander 232 (i) (b) 
Brydges, James, Dukeof Chandos36o 
Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke 
of 151 (d), 203, 208, 228, 232 (i) 
(b), 249 (d), 260 (2) (a), 268 (b), 

^94 (i), 301, 3<>5> 323 (i) (b) 
Buckingham, George Villiers, Duke 
of 197, 202, 211 (i) (a), 215, 232 

(i) (a) 

Bulteel, John 157 
Burlington, Dorothy Boyle, Countess 

of 236 (i) (a) 
Burlington, Richard Boyle, Earl of 

252 

Burnaby, William 249 
Burton, John 408 
Butler, James, Duke of Ormonde 

164 (b), 284 
Butler, Judith 304 
Butler, Samuel 232 (i) (a), 305, 319 
Buttes, Thomas n 
Buttes, Sir William n 
Butts, Henry 71 
Byles, Mather 442 
Bysshe, Edward 225, 272 (i) (a) 

C. B. 132 

C., H. 462 

C. O. 157 (c) 

C., R. 47 

C. S., Sir 148 

C., T. 394 

C., W. 313 

Callirnachus 228 

Calvert, Hon. Benedict Leonard, 

Lord Baltimore 223 
Camden, William 59 
Campbell, Archibald, Earl of Argyle 

243 



Capel, Arthur, Earl of Essex 243 

Capel, Lord 232 (i) (b) 

Carie, Lady Elizabeth 22 (b) 

Carie, George 42 

Caroline, Queen of George II 298, 
349, 3 8 9, 4 l8 * 42i, 422 

Carre, Robert, Viscount Rochester 42 

Carteret, John,EarlGranville22i, 368 

Cary, Valentine 34 

Catherine, Queen of Charles II 135, 
I 136 

Catullus 249 (d) 

Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of 
I Newcastle 160 

Cavendish, William, Duke of Devon- 
shire 211 (3) (a), 249, 250, 294 (i), 

305, 323 (i) (a) 

Cavendish, William, Duke of New- 
castle 1 60 (b) 

C d, Lady 394 

C ci^ Mr. 214 (b) 

Cecil, Robert, Earl of Salisbury 243 (b) 

Centlivre, Susannah. 305 

Chalkhill, John 415 

Chandler, John 431 (b) 

Chandos, J ames Brydges, Duke of 360 

Chapman, Thomas 459 

Charles I, King 55, 56, 58, 63, 64, 65, 
68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 77, 78, 79, 
80, 82, 85, 86, 88, 91, 93, 94, 96, 
97, 101, 145 

Charles II, King 68, 71, 123, 124, 
129, 135, 136, 142, 143, 144, 145, 
146, 146^, 147, 162, 169, 179, 180 

Charles, Prince (Young Pretender) 

449 

Chaucer, Geoffrey 252, 411, 415, 
432 (i) (a), 450 (i) (d) 

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stan- 
hope, Earl of 440 (i) (a), 467 (i) (a) 

Chetwood, Knightly 151 (d) 



366 



Index of Persons 



Chetwynd, William, Viscount 368 
Child, Anne 304 
Child, Emma 304 
Child, Sir Francis 414 (i) 
Child, Susanna 304 
Churchill, John, Duke of Marl- 
borough 245, 247 
Churchyard, Thomas 415 
Cibber, Colley 446 
Cirenberg, Johann 70 
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of 

243> 305 

Cleveland, John 121, 203 

Cobb, Samuel 432 (i) (b), 450 (2) (b) 

Cole, John 84 

Cole, Thomas 84 

Cole, William 84 

Collier, Mr. 280 (i) 

Comber, Thomas 88 

Compton, Henry, Lord 8 

Concanen, Matthew 332, 350, 367 

Conduit, Sir John 360 

Congreve, William 232 (i) (a), 251, 
252 (b), 268 (b), 279, 286, 287, 
294 (*), 298 (i) (b), 305, 310, 445, 
450 (2) (b) 

Cooper, Anthony Ashley, ist Earl of 
Shaftesbury 232 (i) (b) 

Cooper, Anthony, 4th Earl of Shaftes- 
bury 337 (2) 

Cooper, Elizabeth 415 

Copleston, John 169 

Corinna (Elizabeth Thomas) 343 (i) 

Cork, Catherine Boyle, Countess of 69 

Cork, Richard Boyle, Earl of 69 

Cosin, John 94 

Cotgrave, John 108, no 

Cotton, Sir Roland 83 

CoveE, John 190, 245 

Cowley, Abraham 139, 192, 197, 232 
(2), 286, 287 



Cowper, Ashley 443 (i) (a) 
Cowper, Lady Caroline 443 (i) (a) 

C T, Mr. 465 

C r, Mrs. 354 

Craven, Joseph 339 
Crayle, Benjamin 186 
Cromwell, Henry 343 (i) 
Cromwell, Oliver 106, 107, 117, 122, 

2ii (i) (a), 237, 302 
Cromwell, Richard 117, 243 
Cross, R. 455 
Croxall, Samuel 298 (i) (b) 

C ts, Lord 215 

Cumberland, William Augustus, 

Duke of 368 . 
Cutts, John, Lord (?) 215 
Cyprian, St. 289 (c) 

D., Earl of 223 (b), 232 (i) (a) 
D., Mr. 196 
D., L 157 (c) 
D., J. 114, 115 
D., N. 130 
D. S. 8 
D., T. 153 
D., SirW. 114, 148 
Dacier, Andre 197 
Dallington, Robert n 
Dancer, Nathanael 234 
Daniel, Mr. 231 (c) 
Daniel, Richard 260 (2) (b) 
Daniel, Samuel 415 
Davenant, Sir William 105, 119 
David, King 425 (i) (a) 
Davis, Sir John 415 
Davison, Francis 24 
Dawson, William 402 
Defoe, Daniel 211 (2) (a), 399 
Delany, Patrick 332, 347 (i) (b) 
Denham, Sir John 202, 211 (i) (a), 
268 (b), 294 W, 305 



367 



Index of Persons 



Dennis, John 231 (b), 305, 350 
Denny, William 84 
Desmaiseaux, Pierre 263 (i) 
Devonshire, William Cavendish, 
Duke of 211 (3) (a), 249, 250, 294 

(i), 305, 3*3 (*) ( a ) 
Dibben, Thomas 260 (2) (b) 
Digby, George, Earl of Bristol 243 
Dillingham, Theophilus 136 
Dillingham, William 123 
DiUon, Wentworth, Earl of Ros- 
common 151 (d), 231 (b), 242, 268 
(b), 278, 286, 287, 293 (b), 294 (*)> 
301, 323 (i) (a), 399, 467 CO ( a )> 



Diphilus 228 

Disle, Henry 8 

Donatus 289 (c) 

Donne, John 319 

Dorset, Charles Sackville, Duke of 

349, 374 ^ t _ 

Dorset, Charles Sackville, Earl of 

151 (e), 191 (d), 200, 211 (i) (a), 

215, 232 (i) (b), 242, 278, 305, 

323 (i) (a), 467 CO ( a )> 47i (i) 
Dorset, Lionel Sackville, Duke of 

221, 248, 347 (i) (b), 436 (d) 
Dorset, Thomas Sackville, Earl of 

17, 415 
Douglas, James, Duke of Hamilton 

330 (i) 

Dove, John 17 

Dover, John 84 

Dover, Robert 84 

Drake, Mr. 191 (d) 

Drayton, Michael 84 

Dryden, John 122, 151 (d), 165, 172 
(i) (b), 188 (i) (a), 200, 211 (i) (a), 
214 (b), 215, 219, 220, 223, 231 (b), 
232 (i) (a), 252 (b), 268 (b), 287, 
293 (b), 294 CO* 298 (i) (b), 305, 319, 



3 2 3 (2) (b), 343 (0* 4> 43* (0 
(b), 445, 450 (2) (b), 455 
Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester 

13, I 4 

Duke, Richard 301 
Dunch, Edmund 225 
Duncomb, Sir Anthony 360 
Duport, James 145, 146 
Duport, John 34 (b) 
Duppa, Brian 77, 79, 80 
Durham, Robert 84 
Durham, William 84 

D y, Mr. 211 (4) (a) 

Dyer, Sir Edward 415 

E., SirG. 196 

E.M. H4(b) 

E. O. 8 

Edwards, Jonathan 194 

Edwards, Richard 8 

Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of 

Charles I 82, 85 
Elizabeth, Queen 12, 25, 26, 27, 116, 

349 

Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia 38 
Essex, Arthur Capel, Earl of 243 
Este, Charles 325 (i) (a) 
Etherege, Sir George 151 (d), 202, 

232 (i) (a), 305 
Eubulus 228 
Eusden, Laurence 275, 283 (b), 298 

(i) (b) 

F. A. 280 (i) 
F. K. 8 
R, T. 157 (c) 
Fabian, Robert 415 
Fairfax, Edward 415 
Farquhar, George 305 
Faucet, George 22 
Fell, Samuel 35 
Feltham, Owen 84 

368 



Index of Persons 



Fenton, Elijah 248, 260 (2) (b) 

Fenton, Lavinia, Duchess of Bolton 
35* (b) 

Feme, Henry 134 

Finch, Anne, Countess of Winchilsea 
260 (2) (a) 

Finch, Daniel, Earl of Nottingham 
and Winchilsea 271 

Finch, Heneage, Earl of Notting- 
ham 232 (i) (b) 

Finch, Heneage, Earl of Winchilsea 
211 (2) (a) 

Fitzgeffrey, Henry 48 

FitzGerald, James, Duke of Leinster 
462 

Flatman, Thomas 305 

Fletcher, John 416 (i) (a) 

Flower, Francis 16 

Fontenelle, Bernard de 271 

Forth, William 84 

Fowke, Martha 373 

Frederick, Elector Palatine 38 

Frederick, Prince of Wales 406, 407, 
411 

Frederick-Ullrich, Duke of Bruns- 
wick 32 

Frewen, Accepted 91, 93 

G. E., Sir 196 

G. G, 280 (i) 

G. H. 95 

G., J. 132 

G., T. 405 

Gage, Thomas, Viscount 332 

Gager, William 14 

Gardiner, 380 

Gardiner, Bernard 276 

Garth, Sir Samuel 211 (2) (a), 260 (2) 

(a), 298, 305 (f), 354, 467 (i) (a), 

471 (i) 
Gascoigne, George 415 



Ga Y> J- 355 

Gay, John 298 (i) (b), 344 (5) (a), 399, 

445, 450 (2) (b) 
George I, King 274, 276, 339, 345, 

473 (q) 
George II, King 339, 345, 349, 383, 

391, 406, 407, 421, 422, 459 
George, Prince, Consort of Queen 

Anne 169, 222, 245, 246 
Gibson, John 23 (d) 
Gildon, Charles 197, 202, 223 

G- lie, Lord 242 

Gloucester, William, Duke of 218, 

221, 222 

Godfrey, Elizabeth 304 
Godolphin, Sidney, Earl of 467 (3) (a) 
Goode, Barnham 299 (i) (a) 
Goodwin, William 46, 52 
Gostlyn, John 53 
Gough, John 92 
Gould, Robert 191 (d) 
Gower, John 415 

G r, Mr. 465 

Granville, George, Lord Lansdowne 

151 (d), 223, 445 

Granville, JohnCarteret, Earl22i, 368 
Green, Thomas 222 
Greene, Anne 104 
Greene, Maurice 478 
Greene, Thomas 222, 274 
Greenwood, James 304 
Gregory, Francis 129 
Grenville, Sir Bevil 101 
Grenville, John, Earl of Bath 101 
Greville, Fulke, Lord Brooke 415 
Grey, Lord Arthur 30 
Grey, Henry, Duke of Suffolk 3 
Grey, Lady Joanna-Sybil 30 
Grey, William 30 
Griirin, Robert 84 
Grosvenor, Mr. 432 (i) (b) 



369 



Index of Persons 



H. C. 462 

H., G. 95 

H., R. 280 (i) 

H. S. 280 (i) 

H., S. 280 (i) 

Haddington, Thomas Hamilton, 

Earl of 4^3 W ( a ) 

Haddon, Walter 3 

Hales, Stephen 3* 

Halifax, Charles Montagu, Earl of 
151 (d), 191 (d), 198 (2) (a), 211 
(3) (a), 220, 251, 263 (i), 4 6 7 (*) 

(a), 47^ W 
Halifax, George Savile, Marquis of 

232 (i) (b), 242 
Hall, Henry 3*9 

Hampden, John2ii (3) (a), 232 (i) (b) 
Hamilton, James Douglas, Duke of 

33 00 
Hamilton, John, Lord Belhaven 243 

Hamilton, Thomas, Earl of Had- 
dington 413 (i) (a) 
Hammond, Anthony 315 
Harcourt, Simon, Viscount 211 (2) 

(a), 315 

Harding, John 415 

Harrington, Sir John 415 

Hastings, Ferdinando, Earl of Hunt- 
ingdon 102 

Hastings, Lord Henry 102 

Hastings, Selina, Countess of Hunt 
ingdon 441 (i) 

Hatton, Sir Christopher 17 

Haversham, John Thompson, Lord 

243 

Hay, Robert 349 
Haynes, Joseph 230 
Hayward, Thomas 416 (i) (a) 

H bt, Mr. 215 

Head, Richard 155 
Heigham, Edward 83 



Heloise 314 (b) 
Heneage, Sir Thomas 10 
Henri IV, King of France 64 
Henrietta, Duchess of Orleans 1 43, 145 
Henrietta Maria, Queen 64, 65, 71, 
77, 80, 86, 91, 93. 94 IOO X 4> X 4^ 
Henry, Duke of Gloucester 93, 94 

125, 134 

Henry VIII, King 411 

Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales 
29* 33, 34 35> 36> 4> 4 1 ( c ) 4* 

Henry Julius, Duke of Brunswick 32 

Herbert, Mary, Countess of Pem- 
broke 298 (i) (d) 

Herbert, Henry, Earl of Pembroke 15 

Herbert, Philip, Earl of Pembroke 
23* (i) (b), 243 

Herbert, William, Earl of Pembroke 

24* 54 

Hervey, John, Lord 368 
Heywood, Jasper 8 
Heywood, Thomas 42, 84 
Hickes, William 149 
Higgins, John 4 (i), 415 
Higgons, Bevil 260 (2) (a) 
Hill, Aaron 275, 283 (b) 
Hill, Joseph 117 
Hill, R. 8 
Hillersdon, Elizabeth 304 

H m, Mr. 465 

Hoccleve, Thomas 415 
Hog, WiHiam (Hogaeus, Gulielmus) 
203, 425 (i) (a) 

Holbech, Thomas 162 

Holdsworth, Richard 97 

Holies, Denzil, Lord 243 

Holmes, William 391 

Hood, Paul 125 

Hood, Robin 137 

Horace 138, 151 (d), 172 ( x ) ( a ) X 97. 
286, 287 

370 



Index of Persons 



Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey 5, 



Howard, Sir Robert 151 (d), 208, 

294 (*) 455 
Howard, William, Viscount Stafford 

175 

Howson, John 26 
Hubbart, Sir Henry 455 
Hughes, John 21 1 (2) (a) ,3 15, 354, 445 
Humphreys, Samuel 436 (d) 
Huntingdon, Ferdinando Hastings, 

Earl of 1 02 
Huntingdon, Selina Hastings, Coun- 

tess of 441 (i) 
Husbands, John 370 
Hussey, Sir Henry 334 
Hyde, Anne, Duchess of York 



Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon 
305 



I.B. 157 (c) , 

I. D. 157 (c) 

Ironside, Gilbert 187, 193 

Izod, Francis 84 

J. D. 114, 115 
J. G. 132 

J, M. 293 (b) 

J. M., Sir 114 

J. O. 479 

J. P. 114 

J. S. 20 

Ja. S. 114 

Jackson, John 83 

Jacob, Giles 303 (b) 

James I, King 25, 26, 27, 29, 34 (b), 

38, 45, 46, 47, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55, 

56, 58, 63, 66 
James II, King 74, 80, 179, 180, 183, 

187, 191 (d), 211 (i) (a), 254 (f), 
, 386 



James, Prince of Wales (Old Pre- 
tender) 183, 187, 258, 386 
James, Henry 209 
Jeffreys, John, Lord 211 (2) (a) 
Jenkins, Sir Leolyn 232 (2) 
Jeremiah 425 (i) (a) 
Job 425 (i) (a) 

John IV, King of Portugal 136 
John, Little 137 (b) 
Johnston, Arthur 87 (i), 425 (i) (a) 
Jones, Capt. 119 
Jones, Mr, 283 (b) 
Jones, James 346 (i) 
Jones, W. 431 

Jonson, Ben 67 (f), 84, 416 (i) (a) 
Julia 365 
Juvenal 200 

K., Dr. 215 
K., F. 8 

Katherine, Princess, daughter of 

Charles I 91 

K dd e, Mr. 465 

Keith, George, Earl Marischal 57 

Kenrick, Daniel 319 

Keppel, William Anne, Earl of Albe- 

marle 354 

Ker, John 425 (i) (a) 
King, Edward 90, 203 
King, John 29 
King, William 260 (2) (b), 275, 283 

(b), 450 (i) (d), 467 (3) (a) 
Kingsmill, William 28 
Knight, Sir John 232 (i) (b) 
Knollys, Lord William 28 

L. B. 148 

L, N. 22 

Lafontaine, Jean de 450 (i) (d) 
Lancaster, William 246 
Lansdowne, George Granville, Lord 
151 (d), 223, 445 



371 



Index of Persons 



Langland, William 415 

Lany, Benjamin 72, 74, 78 

La Porte, Hortense, Duchess of 

Mazarin 242 
Lapworth, Edward 36 
Lauder, William 425 (i) (a) 
Lauderdale, Charles Maitland, Earl 

of 313 
Lauderdale, John Maitland, Duke of 

232 (i) (b) 
Leinster, James FitzGerald, Duke 

of 462 

Leake, William 127 
Leke, Robert, Earl of Scarsdale 181 
Lenos, Lady Louisa 165 (g) 
L'Estrange, Sir Roger 161, 163, 242, 

305 

Lewis, David 337 (i) 
Lewkenor, Sir Edward 31 
Lewkenor, Lady Susan 31 
Lhuyd, John 15 
Ling, Nicholas 22 
Lingard, Elizabeth 304 
Lloyd, John 180 
Locke, John 231 (c) 
Long, Anne 307 
Long, Roger 383 
Lover of his country, A 280 (i) 
Lucas, Charles, Lord 232 (i) (b) 
Lucretius 172 (i) (b) 
Luke, John 117 
Lydgate, John 415 

M., E. 114 (b) 
M., Earl of 196 
M., A. 280 (i) 

M , Lady E. 319 

M., J. 293 (b) 
M., Sir J. 114 
M. P. 280 (i) 
M. S., Lady 253 



M., T. 320 (i) 
M'Euen, J. 313 
Maggot, Sir Butterfly 358 
Maitland, Charles, Earl of Lauder- 

dale 313 
Maitland, John, Duke of Lauder- 

dale 232 (i) (b) 
Mander, Roger 229 
Manley, Mary 305, 315 
Manning, Francis 211 (4) (a) 
Mansell, John 63 
Marischal, George Keith, Earl 57 
Markland, Jeremiah 432 (i) (b) 
Marlborough, John Churchill, Duke 

of 245, 247 

Marmion, Shackerly 84 
Marshall, W. 95 
Martin, James 33 
Martyn, John 377 (c), 414 (i) 
Marvell, Andrew 188 (i) (a), 202, 

211 (i) (a) 
Mary, Princess of Orange, daughter 

of Charles I 71, 98, 126, 134 
Mary II, Queen 162, 190, 193, 194, 

205, 206, 251, 258 
Mary, Queen of James II 180, 183 
Mather, John 345, 408 
Maynwaring, Arthur 286, 287, 298 

(i) (b) 
Mazarin, Hortense La Porte, Duchess 

of 242 

Mazarin, Jules, Cardinal 253 (b) 
Meade, Sir Richard 365 
Melville, George, Lord 243 
Menander 228 
Menese, Capt. 84 
Merryman, Dr, 230 
Mews, Peter 140, 143, 144, 147 
Meyer, Gebhard Ludwig 418 
Michel, Thomas 81 
Michel, William 81 



372 



Index of Persons 



Milner, Anne 304 

Milton, John 197, 202 (c), 203, 211 (i) 

(a), 231, 287, 293 (b), 294 (i), 445 
Monck, George, Duke of Albemarle 

129, 144, 146, 243 
Monson, John 84 
Montagu, Charles, Earl of Halifax 

151 (d), 191 (d), 198 (2) (a), 211 

(3) (a), 220, 251, 263 (I), 467 (I) 

(a), 471 (i) 

Montagu, Edward Wortley 360 
Montagu, ILady Mary Wortley 315, 

336, 416 (i) (a) 
Mordaunt, Col. 211 (3) (a) 
More, Richard 22 (b) 
Morell, Thomas 411 
Mosse, T. 320 (j) 
Mounson, Sir Thomas 23 
Mountagu, John 183 
Moyle, Walter 305 

M ss, Dr. 256 

Musaeus 199 

N. D. 130 

N., L. 22 

N., R. 84 

N., S. 475 W 

N., W. 132 

Nashe, Thomas 16, 415 

Neville, Alexander 13 

Newbery, J. 452 

Newburgh, Robert 84 

Newcastle, Margaret Cavendish, 

Duchess of 160 
Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles, 

Duke of 172 (i) (e), 277 
Newcastle, William Cavendish, 

Duke of 1 60 (b) 
Newman, Thomas 16 
Newport, Francis 95 
Newton, Thomas 10 



Niblett, Stephen 407, 422 
Norris, John 231 (b), 399 
Nottingham, Heneage Finch, Earl 

of 232 (i) (b) 
Nottingham and Winchilsea, Daniel 

Finch, Earl of 271 

O. f C. 157 (c) 

O., E. 8 

O., J. 479 

O. S. 217 

Gates, Titus 171, 175 

Ogle, George 432 (i) (a) 

Ogle, Timothy 84 

Oldham, John 214 (b), 293 (b), 403 (b) 

Oldisworth, Charles 291 

Oldmixon, John 277 

Oldys, William 415, 416 (i) (a) 

Orford, Horatio Walpole, Earl of 448 

Orford, Robert Walpole, Earl of 

292, 356, 381, 440 (3) (a) 
Ormonde, James Butler, Duke of 

164 (b), 284 

Orrery, Roger Boyle, Earl of 151 (d) 
Otway, Thomas 232 (i) (a), 242, 286, 

287, 293 (b), 3^5* 4<5y (3) (a) 
Ovid 103 (d), 165, 172 (i) (a), 199, 

210, 252, 298, 299 (i) (a) 
Owen, John 106 
Ozell, John 263 (i) 

P., J. H4 

P , Sir J. 243 

P., M. 280 (i) 

Pack, Richardson 347 (i) (b) 
Palmer, Eleanor, Lady 462 
Parkins, Sir William 243 
Parnell, Thomas 332, 445 
Parsons, Anthony 325 (2) (a) 
Parsons, Humphrey 414 (2) 
Patrick, Simon 311 



373 



Index of Persons 



Paulet, Lavinia, Duchess of Bolton 

352 (b) 

Paynter, Williani 218 
Peirs, William 54, 55, 59 
Pelham-Holles, Thomas, Duke of 

Newcastle 172 (i) (e), 277 
Pemberton, Sir Francis 232 (i) (b) 
Pembroke, Mary Herbert, Countess 

of 298 (i) (d) 

Pembroke, Henry Herbert, Earl of 15 
Pembroke, Philip Herbert, Earl of 

232 (i) (b), 243 
Pembroke, Williani Herbert, Earl of 

24> 54 

Pepes, Edward 114 
Perry, Anne, 304 
Persius 197, 200 
Person of Quality, A 150 (i) (a), 196, 

249 

Petre, Lord John, of Writtle 43 
Petre, Sir William 43 
Petronius 197, 249 
Philemon 228 

Philips, Ambrose 33 1 (i) (^,467 (3) (a) 
Philips, Katherine 202 (c), 231 (b) 
Philips, Mr. 446 
Phillips, Edward 118 
Phillips, Samuel 236 (i) (a) 
Phillips, Mr. 294 (i) 
Philomela 231 
Philo-Musis 334 
Philomusus 92, 109, 240 
Philopat. 280 (i) 
Phocylides 228 
PLcart, Bernard 365 
Pinck, Robert 85 
Pindar 249 (d) 
Pinkethman, William 230 
Piper, Count 375 
Plantin, Arabella 347 (i) (b) 
Playford, Henry 130 (b), 219 



Pollard, Robert in 

Pomfret, John 399 

Poole, Joshua 115 

Poole, Walton 84 

Pooly, John 287 

Pooly, M. 8 

Pope, Alexander 260 (i) (b), 268 (b), 
292, 295 (b), 298 (i) (b), 300, 
314 (b), 315, 323 (2) (d), 343 (i), 

344 (3) (a), 35* 35 1 * 35 8 > 374> 
399, 402, 411, 426, 432 (i) (b), 
445, 446 

Portland, William Bentinck, Earl of 
210 

Portman, Sir William 232 (2) 

Potter, Christopher 98 

Prideaux, John 64, 66, 96 

Prior, Matthew 191 (d), 197, 211 (3) 
(a), 215, 242, 286, 287, 293 (b), 
3*5* 334> 43 (b), 43$ (d), 445, 
450 (i) (d), 455, 467 (3) (a) 

Prior, Robert 360 

Proctor, Thomas 9 

Propertius 249 (d) 

R, T. 9 

Pun-Sibi, Tom 316 

Pulteney, Mrs. 293 (b) 

Pulteney, William, Earl of Bath 368 

Pym, John 243 

Pythagoras 228 

Quillet, Claude 253 

R. B. 102, 152 (b) 

R. C. 47 

R, H. 280 (i) 

R. N. 84 

R. S. 18, 132 

Radcliffe, Alexander 232 (2) 

RadclifEe, Edward, Lord 172 (3) (a) 

Radcliffe, John, 284 

Ralegh, Sir Walter 415 



374 



Index of Persons 



Ralph, James 354 

Ramsay, Allan 330 (i), 333 

Randall, Thomas 84 

Ratcliffe, Alexander 232 (2) 

Reynolds, Mr. 231 (c) 

Richardson, Thomas 224 

Richardson, William 421 

Robinson, Clement 7 (b) 

Rochester, John Wilmot, Earl of 
151 (d), 170, 188 (3), 202, 211 (i) 
(a), 215, 228, 232 (i) (b), 242, 286, 
287, 294 (i), 315, 323 (i) (a), 455 

Rochester, Robert Carre, Viscount 4 2 

Roe, Sir Thomas 70 

Roper, Abel 219 

Roscommon, Wentworth Dillon, 
Earl of 151 (d), 191 (d), 200, 211 
(i) (a), 215, 231 (i) (b), 242, 268 (b), 
278, 286, 293 (b), 294 (i), 301, 305, 
323 (i) (a), 399, 467 (i) (a), 471 (i) 

Rons, John 70 

Rowe, Elizabeth Singer 231, 260 (2) 
(a) 

Rowe, Nicholas 223 (b), 242, 253 (b), 
260 (2) (a), 263 (i), 283 (b), 292, 
298 (i) (b), 310 

Royden, Owen 9 

Rudyerd, Benjamin 127 

Russell, Elizabeth, Marchioness of 
Tavistock 207 (b) 

Rutter, Ferriman 84 

Rymer, Thomas 191 (d) 

S., Sir C. 148 

S,, D. 8 

S. H. 280 (i) 

S., H. 280 (i) 

S., J. 20 

S., Ja. 114 

S., Lady M* 253 

S, N. 475 (d) 



S., O. 217 

S., R. 18, 132 

S., T. 157 (c) 

S. W. 157 (c) 

Sabinus, Paulus 165 (e) 

Sacheverell, Henry 254, 255, 256 

Sackville, Charles, Duke of Dorset 

349, 374 

Sackville, Charles, Earl of Dorset 
151 (e), 191 (d), 200, 211 (i) (a), 
215, 232 (i) (b), 242, 278, 305, 
323 (i) (a), 467 (i) (a), 471 (i) 

Sackville, Lionel, Duke of Dorset 
221, 248, 347 (i) (b), 436 (d) 

Sackville, Robert 18 

Sackville, Thomas, Earl of Dorset 

17. 415 
St. Evremond, Charles, Seigneur de 

242, 249, 323 (i) (a) 
St. John, Henry, Viscount Boling- 

broke 211 (2) (a), 347 (i) (b), 386 
St. Paul, Sir George 43 i 
Salisbury, Robert Cecil, Earl of 243 (b) 
Sanford, Thomas 84 
Sappho 249 (d), 271 
Saunders, Francis 151 (c) 
Savage, Richard 336, 374 
Savile, George, Marquis of Halifax 

232 (i) (b), 242 
Savile, Sir Henry 54, 116 

S 1) p^ Mr. 465 

Scarlet, Will 137 (b) 
Scarsdale, Robert Leke, Earl of 181 
Scholar of Oxford, A 104 
Schomberg, Meinhard, Duke of 228 
Scot, Sir John, of Scotstarvet 87 
Scribble, Timothy 443 (i) (a) 
Scroggs, Sir William 243 
Scrub, Sir John 316 

S e, Dr. 256 

Seaman, Lazarus 107 



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Index of Persons 



Secundus, Johannes 365 

Sedley, Sir Charles 151 (d), 215, 223, 
232 (i) (b), 243, 450 (2) (b) 

Seneca 10 

Sewell, George 5 (k), 271, 283 (b), 
299 (i) (a), 323 (2) (a) 

Seymour, Charles, Duke of Somerset 
192 

Seymour, Sir Edward 232 (i) (b) 

Seymour, Sir Francis 243 

Shad well, Thomas 191 (d), 202 (c), 2 15 

Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley 
Cooper, ist Earl of 232 (i) (b) 

Shaftesbury, Anthony Cooper, 4th 
Earl of 337 (2) 

Shakespeare, William 211 (4) (a), 
293 (b), 416 (i) (a) 

Sheffield, John, Duke of Bucking- 
ham and Normanby 151 (d), 203, 
208, 228, 232 (i) (b), 249 (d), 260 
(2) (a), 268 (b), 294 (i), 301, 305, 

323 (i) (b) 
Sheppard, Sir Fleetwood 191 (d), 

202, 211 (3) (a), 215, 223, 232 (i) (a) 
Shippen, William 283 (b) 
Shirley, John 168, 244 (e) 
Sidney, Algernon 243 
Sidney, Sir Philip 13, 14, 15, 16, 415 
Silence, Samuel 440 (i) (a) 
Silence, Timothy 440 (i) (a) 
Simonides, 228 
Singleton, Thomas 38 
Sirinx, A 84 
Skelton , John 415 
Smedley, Jonathan 351 
Smith, Edmund 260 (2) (b) 
Smith, Henry 82 
Smith, J. 298 (i) (b) 
Smith, Mr. 242 
Smyth, William 27 
Snape, Andrew (?) 256 



Solomon, King 425 (i) (a) 

Solon, 228 

Somers, John, Lord 242 (?), 467 (3) (a) 

Somerset, Charles Noell, Lord 337 (i) 

Somerset, Charles Seymour, Duke 
of 192 

Somerset, Edward, Earl of Worces- 
ter 42 

South, Robert 294 (i) 

Southcot, Mr. 260 (2) (b) 

Sparks, John 216 

Spectator, Mr, 267 

Spenser, Edmund 20, 202, 415, 416 
(i) (b) 

Sprat, Thomas 122, 211 (i) (a), 294 
(i), 467 (3) (a), 471 (2) 

S rs, Lord 242 

Stafford, William Howard, Viscount 

175 

Stanhope, John 60 
Stanhope, Philip, Lord 60 
Stanhope, Philip Dormer, Earl of 

Chesterfield 440 (i) (a), 467 (i) (a) 
Stanyhurst, Richard 18 
Stapylton, Richard 18 
Steele, Sir Richard 267, 279, 434 
Steinberg, Ernst von 418 
Stephens, Anthony 178 
Stephens, William 219 
Stepney, George 151 (e), 211 (3) (a), 

223, 319, 4^7 CO (a), 471 (2) 
Sterling, Joseph 332 
Stratford, John 84 
Strode, William 243 
Suckling, Sir John 319, 467 (3) (a) 
Suffolk, Charles Brandon, Duke of 3 
Suffolk, Henry Brandon, Duke of 3 
Suffolk, Henry Grey, Duke of 3 
Surrey, Henry Howard, Earl of 5, 

4*5 
Swan, O. (?) 



376 



Index of Persons 



Swift, Jonathan 273, 294 (i), 316, 
332, 343 CO, 344 (3) (a), 347 W (b), 
35*> 354, 399, 402, 403 (b), 426, 
446, 450 (i) (d), 465, 467 (3) (a) 

Sylvester, Joshua 41 (c) 

T. C. 394 

T. D. 153 

T. R 157 (c) 

T. G. 405 

T. M. 320 (i) 

T. P. 9 

T. S. 157 (c) 

Talbot, William 311 

Tame, Richard 347 (i) (a) 

Tate, Nahum 151 (d), 181, 192, 207, 
208, 210, 211 (4) (a) 

Taubman, Matthew 176 

Tavistock, Elizabeth Russell, Mar- 
chioness of 207 (b) 

Temple, Sir William 232 (i) (b) 

Theobald, Lewis 319 (b) 

Theocritus 172 (i) (b) 

Theognis 228 

Thomas, Elizabeth 343 (i) 

Thompson, John, Lord Haversham 
243 

Thompson, Nathaniel 171, 175 

Thomson, James 354, 446 

Thrumbo, Hurlo 369 (i) (b) 

Thynne, William 411 

Tibullus 249 (d) 

Tichborne, Chidiock 12 

Tickell, Thomas 268 (b), 445 (b), 
467 (i) (a), 471 (2) 

Timocles 228 

Tinderbox 119 

Tipping, Bartholomew 370 

Titus, Silius 191 (d), 232 (i) (b) 

Toland, John 211 (2) (a) 

To] son, John 100 



Tourneur, Cyril 42 

T p, of Oxford 256 

Treby, Sir George 232 (i) (b) 
Trotter, Catherine 305 
Trussell, John 84 
Tunstall, William 289 
Turberville, George 415 
Tutchin, John 211 (2) (a) 
Tychborne, Chidiock 12 
Tyrwhitt, Thomas 282 (i) 

Unton, Sir Henry 19 
Urban, Sylvanus 395 
Urry, John 432 (i) (b) 

Vaux, Thomas, Lord 8 

Veal, Robert 153 

Vernon, Edward 430 

Villiers, George, Duke of Bucking- 
ham 197, 202, 211 (i) (a), 215, 
232 (i) (a) 

Virgil 172 (i) (a) 

Voltaire (Frangois Marie Arouet) 393 

W. C. 313 

W. D., Sir 114, 148 

W. N. 132 

W., S. 157 (c) 

W. W. 473 (o) 

Wakefield, Benjamin 466 

Walbancke, Matthew 84 

Waller, Edmund 122, 185, 202 (c), 

211 (i) (a), 228, 243, 293 (b), 294 

CO* 302 

Wallington, Nicholas 84 
Walpole, Horatio, Earl of Orford 

448 
Walpole, Robert, Earl of Orford 292, 

356, 381, 440 (3) (a) 
Walsh, William 211 (4) (a), 242, 277, 

319, 467 (i) (a), 471 (2) 



377 



3 c 



Index of Persons 



Wanton, Nicholas 22 

Warcop, Rudolph 28 

Ward, Edward 261 (5), 35 

Ward, James 260 (2) (b), 332 

Warner, William 415 

Webster, John 42 

Wells, Richard 84 

Wesley, John 441 (i) 

Westley, Mr. 399 

Wetstein, R. and J. 298 (i) (b) 

Whaley, John 448 

Wharton, Anne 151 (d), 228 

Wharton, Lady 347 W ( b ) 

Wharton, Hon. Mrs. 347 (i) (b) 

Wharton, Philip, Duke of 347 (i) 

(b), 354 

Wharton, Philip, Lord 243 
White, Thomas 62 
Wild, Robert 170, 211 (4) (a), 215 
William III, King 162, 190, I93> *94 

195, 205, 209, 218, 221, 222, 224, 

229, 258 

William II, Prince of Orange 98 
William IV, Prince of Orange 383 

389, 39i 

William Augustus, Duke of Cum- 
berland 368 

Williams, Charles Hanbury 440 (i) (a) 

Williams, R. 9 

Williamson, E. 121 

Willis, Francis 178 



Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester 
151 (d), 170, 188 (3), 202, 211 (i) 
(a), 215, 228, 232 (i) (b), 242, 286, 
287, 294 (*)' 315, 323 (i) ( a )> 455 
Wilson, Mr. 249 
Wilson, Thomas 3 
Winchilsea, Anne Finch, Countess of 

260 (2) (a) 
Winchilsea, Heneage Finch, Earl of 

211 (2) (a) 
Winchilsea and Nottingham, Daniel 

Finch, Earl of 271 
Winstanley, John 437 
Winstanley, William 141, 473 () 
Winterton, Ralph 76 
Wither, George 67 (f) 

W n, Duke of 354 

Wolseley, Robert 223, 228, 455 
Woodhouse, William 381 
Worcester, Edward Somerset, Earl 

of 42 

Wyatt, Sir Thomas 5 (k), 415 
Wycherley, William 215, 260 (2) (a), 

35 

Yalden, Thomas 260 (2) (b) 
Yarrow, Joseph 417 (i) 
Yloop, M. 8 
Young, Edward 446 

Zouch, Edward, Lord 44 



378 



INDEX OF PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS 

The reference in each case is to the first volume or edition of the 
series in which a name appears : it may recur in later volumes or 
editions of that series. 

An asterisk after any name indicates that it is not recorded in the 
four volumes of the Dictionary of Printers and Booksellers issued by 
the Bibliographical Society. 



A., B. 24 (e), 48 
A. C. 138 (c) 
A., E. 21 (b) 
A. G. 130 (b) 
A. M. 83 

A. W. 244 (i) 

Academy of Music, The 428 

Ackers, Charles 354 

Adams, Elizabeth 468 

Adams, Thomas 4 (1) 

Allde, Edward 8 (f) 

Andrews, John 112 

Archer, Edward 95 (e) 

Aspley, William 4 (m) 

Astley, Hugh 21 

Astley, Thomas 225 (i) (i), 299 (i) 

(c), 353 CO (a), 357 (b) 
Austen, Stephen 225 (i) (i), 353 (2) 
Axe, Thomas 202 (b) 

B. A. 24 (e), 48 
B., C. 23 

B. G. 149 (b) 

B., H. 112 (b), 133 

B., T. 92, 364 

Baily, J.* 4" (b) 

Baily, John 24 

Baker, J. 231 (b), 258, 286, 290 

Baldwin, Ann 265, 270 

Baldwin, Richard 122 (b), 195 

Ballard, Thomas 235 

Barker, Benjamin 293 

Barnes, John 38, 39 

Barnes, John 305 

Barnes, Joseph 14, 15, 17, 19* 25, 



26, 28, 29, 30, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 

43, 43* 

Basset, Richard 220 
Bassett, Thomas 115 (b) 
Bates, C. 285 (d) 

Bathurst, Charles 325 (i) (b) ,344(5) (a) 
Batley, Jeremiah 225 (i) (h), 305, 

326 (i) (c), 354, 413 (i) (b) 
Bedell, Gabriel 138 
Bell, Andrew 286, 290 
Bell, William* 290 
Bennet, Th. 193 
Benskin, Thomas 166 
Bentham, J.* 459 
Berington, E. 289 
Bettesworth, Arthur 225 (2) (g), 271, 

285 (d), 293, 295 (b), 299 (i) (a), 

304 (b), 305, 326 (i) (a), 388 (2) (b), 

413 (i) (b), 473 (o) 
Bickerstaff", Jacob* 453 
Bickerton, Weaver 353 (i) (b), 411, 

447 

Bill, John 35 
Billingsley, S. 354 
Birtch, William 158 
Bladon, Samuel 423 (d) 
Blaeu, Jan 87 (i) 

Blagrave, Obadiah 114 (c), 118 (b) 
Blunden, Humphrey 95 
Blyth, Francis 423 (d) 
Boddyngton, Nicholas 244 (e) 
Boreman, Thomas 400 (i) 
Boulter, A.* 273 (c), 280 (i), 282 (i) 
Bowman, Francis 89 
Bowyer, William 349 



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Inde% of Printers and Publishers 



Bradley, Abraham* 268 (b), 388 (i) 

(d) 
Bragg, Benjamin 202, 232 (i) (b), 

236 (i) (a), 241, 242, 243, 249 
Brand, W.* 249 (e) 
Brindley, James 128 (i) (d), 415 
Briscoe, Samuel 232 (i) (b), 243, 

249, 35 
Bromage, J. 465 
Brome, Henry 115 (b), 128 (b), 131, 

138, 150 (i) (a) 
Brooke, Nathaniel no, 114, 118, 

119, 120, 121 
Brooks, John 394 
Brotherton, John 165 (j), 225 (i) (i), 

298 (i) (b), 304, 305, 326 (i) (a) 
Brown, Daniel 151 (e), 166, 202 (b) 
Brown, Jonas* 5 (k), 151 (g), 225 

(i) (e), 286, 299 (i) (a), 34> 35 
Browne, Thomas* 312 (b) 
Browne, Thomas* (Dublin) 285 (1) 
Buck, Peter 197, 223 
Buck, Thomas 74, 76, 90 
Buckley, Samuel 225 (b) 
Burgess, Simon 191 (i) (b) 
Burleigh, R.* 288 (c), 295 (b), 303 
Burrough, Richard 231 
Butler, H. 441 (i) 
Butt, Richard 171 (d) 

C., A. 138 (c) 

C. B. 23 

C., E. 138 

C., H. 141 (c) 

C., J. 149, 157 

C., M. 138 (d) 

Cademan, William 151 (b), 153 

Cambridge University 71, 72, 78, 82, 
88, 107, 142, 209, 222, 224, 245, 
266, 274, 339, 383, 406, 421, 459 

Campbell, A. 346 (i), 360 

Castle, Edward 225 

Chandler, Richard 388 (i) (b) 410 (i), 
424 

Chantry, John 228 

Chapelle, Henry 416 (i) (b) 



Chapman, Samuel 336 

Chard, Thomas 13 

Child, Thomas 92 (c) 

Chrichley, J. 404 

Churchill, John 148 (b), 225 (i) (e) 

Clark, J.* 112 (b), 133 (c) 

Clarke, John 173 (o), 225 (i) (i), 

244 (i) 
Clay, Francis 211 (i) (h), 225 (i) (f), 

305, 311, 413 (i) (b) 
Clements, Henry 198 (i) (d), 226, 293 
Cliffe, Nathaniel 225 (i) (e) 
Cluer, John 346 (i) 
Cobb, Thomas 366 (i) (a) 
Cogan, Francis 416 (i) (a), 467 (i) 

(a), 470 
Coles, Francis, 67 (f), 99, 133 (c), 

137 (b) 

Collins, Thomas 151 (b) 
Conyers, Joshua 168 
Cooke, Matthew 31 
Cooper, Mary 444, 463, 468 
Cooper, Thomas 403 (b), 438 
Copland, William 472 
Corbett, Charles 225 (i) (i), 326 (3) 

(b), 388 (i) (b), 410 (i) 
Cotes, Ellen 138 (b) 
Cotes, Thomas 95 (b) 
Cowper, Ashley 443 (i) (a) 
Cox, H. Shute 448 
Cox, T. 354 
Crayle, Benjamin 186 
Creake, B. 346 (i) 
Crook, William 157 
Crosley, John 198 (i) (a) 
Cross, R.* 455 

Crownfield, Cornelius 281, 362 
Crownfield, John 362 
Curll, Edmund 242 (c), 253 (b), 

254 (d), 257, 262, 263 (i), 267, 

269 (i) (a), 271, 275, 278, 283 (b), 

295 (b), 299 (i) (a), 303 (c), 306, 

307, 308 (i), 310, 318, 322, 327, 

348, 373 

Curll, Henry* 303 (b), 340 
Curtis, Langly 160 (b) 



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Index of Printers and Publishers 



D., R. 20 

Dalton, James 252 (g) 

Dancer, Nathanael 234 

Daniel, Roger 74, 76, 90, 94, 97 

Darby, John 151 (g) 

Davidson, J. 425 (c) 

Davies, T.* 415 (b) 

Davis, Charles 344 (6) (c) 

Day, John 4 

Deacon, B. 247 

Deacon, John 182 

Dexter, Robert 20 

Dicey, William and Cluer 366 (i) (b) 

Dickson, Christopher 378 (d) 

Disle, Henry 8 

Dodd, Anne 296, 328, 342 (b), 346 

(2), 389, 402 

Dodsley, Robert 404, 455, 458 (i) (a) 
Dormer, J. 381, 385, 405 
Dormer, T. 377, 398, 405 
Draper, Somerset 165 (n), 471 (i) 
Drew, Matthew 155 
Dring, Thomas 120 
Drummond, William 425 (c) 
Duncan, J.* 347 (i) (c) 

E. A. 21 (b) 
E. C. 138 

E. P. 99 

E., R. 172 (3) (a) 
Eversden, George 113 
Ewing, George 165 (1) 
Exshaw, Edward 426 

F., H. 191 (i) (a) 

F. K. 21 
F. M. 67 (f) 

Fairbrother, Samuel 321 (d) 
Farley, Felix 441 (i) 
Faulkner, George 432 (i) (b) 
Fayrarn, Francis 225 (i) (h) 
Fenner, William 380 

Field, John 117, 123, 134, 136 
Finlason, Thomas 50 (c) 
Fisher, Joseph 402 
Flasket, John 22 
Fleming, Robert 461 



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Flesher, Miles 67 (i) 
Ford, John 151 (b) 
Foster, J.* 247 
Freeman, A.* 456 
Foulis, Robert 460 
FrancHin, Richard 309 

G., A. 130 (b) 

G., B. 149 (b) 

G., J. in 

Gifford, Robert 473 (q) 

Gilbert, William 150 (2) (a) 

Gilbertson, William 137 

Gilliver, Lawton 225 (i) (i), 344 (4) 

(a), 374 

Gilmonr, John 445 
Good-win, Timothy 165 (d) 
Gookin, D. 442 
Graf ton, Richard 3 
Grantham, J.* 289 (b) 
Graves, John 249 (e), 290 (b) 
Graves, W.* 290 (b) 
Gray, John 354 
Gray, Samuel 342 (b) 
Greaves, J. 305 
Green, B., and Company 442 
Green, Thomas 415 
Gyles, Fletcher 425 (c) 

H. B. 112 (b), 133 

H. C. 141 (c) 

H. F. 191 (i) (a) 

H. P. 302 

H., P. 132 (i) (a) 

H., R. 95 

H., T, 23, 133 (c) 

Halsey, R. 304 

Hancock, John 95 (d) 

Harper, Charles 192 

Harris, J.* 300 

Harrison, E.* 296 

Hart, Andrew 40, 45, 47, 51 

Hart, Andrew, heirs of 75 

Hatfield, Arnold 31 

Hayes, John 145, 146, 146^, 162, 

169, 179, 183, 190, 205 
Hayes, Thomas 23 (c) 



Index of Printers and Publishers 



Hazard, Joseph. 388 (i) (b) 
Hazard, J. R. and J.* 225 (i) (i), 

388 (i) (c), 424 
Helder, Thomas 95 (h) 
Henley, John* 268 
Herringman, Henry 138, 139 
Hett, Richard 354, 413 (i) (b) 
Hills, Henry 122 (c), 251, 294 (i) 
Hindmarsh, Joseph 172 (i) (b), 177, 

181 

Hinton, W. 377 
Hitch, C. 285 (m), 293 (c), 299 (i) 

(c), 388 (2) (b), 413 (i) (b), 436 

(d), 464, 473 (o) 
Hodges, James 285 (m), 333 (k), 415 

(d), 425 (c), 436 (d), 464, 473 (o) 
Hodgeson, Thomas 236 (i) (c) 
Hoey, James 382 
Hog, 'William* 203 
Holden, John 102 (b) 
Holland, James 293 
Hooke, J. 225 (i) (f) 
How, John 170 
Hughs, John 377, 458 (i) (b) 
Hunter, W.* 282 (2) 

I. R. 22 

Hive, T. 282 (i) 

Innys, G. (William) 425 (c) 

J. C. 149, 157 

J. G. in 

J. K. 191 (i) (a) 

J. M. 133 (b), 154, 182 

J. P. 130 (b) 

J. R. 475 (e) 



J. T. 165 (e), 199 

J., T. 141 

J. W. 132 (i) (a) 

Jackson, J. 128 (i) (d) 

Jackson, John 18 

Jackson, John (of York) 480 (2) 

Jackson, Roger 24 (b) 

James, W.* 372, 378 

Janeway, Richard 231 

Jauncy, T. 315 



Johnson, Thomas 115, 475 (d) 

Johnson, Thomas* 376 

Jones, Edward 221 

Jones, Richard 7 (b), 9 

Jones, Thomas 48 (b) 

Jones, W.* 431 

Junius (Young), Robert 73 

K., F. 21 
K., J. 191 (i) (a) 
Keimer, S. 280 (i) 
Kele, Richard 2 
Kemb, Andrew 133 
Kemp, Hobart 151 
Kent, J.* 249 (e) 



King, R.*353 W (a) 

Kingston, Felix 21 

Knaplock, Robert 200 (c), 225 

Knapton, John and Paul 413 (i) 

(b), 425 (c) 

Knight, Joseph 184, 185 
Korte, The Brothers 418 



rLnaplocK, icoDert 2o< 
Knapton, John and 

(b), 425 (c) 

Knight, Joseph 184, i 
Korte, The Brothers 418 
Kyngston, Felix 4 (k), 21, 58 

L., N. 23 

Leach, Dryden 326 (i) (b) 

Leach, Francis 155 

Leach, Thomas 92 (c) 

Leake, J. 431 (b) 

Leake, William 127 

Leathly, Joseph 388 (i) (d) 

Lee, William 138 

Legat, John 27 

Legge, Cantrell 34, 53, 56, 63, 65 

Lewis, William 260 (i) (b) 

Lichfield, Anne 124, 126 (b), 135 

Lichfield, John 46, 52, 54, 55, 59, 62, 

64, 66, 68, 70, 77, 79, 80 
Lichfield, Leonard 85, 86, 89, 91, 93, 

96, 98, 100, 104, 106 
Lichfield, Leonard (jr.) 124, 126 (b), 

135, 167 

LichfLeld, Leonard (3rd) 370 
Lichfield Press 116, 125, 126 



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Lintot, Bernard 228, 248, 253, 260 

(i) (a), 314 (b) 

Lintot, Henry 260 (i) (f), 365 
Lion, G. 440 (i) (a) 
Lobb, W.* 431 
Longman, Thomas 225 (i) (i), 413 

(i) (b), 425 (c) 
Lownes, Humphrey 41 (c) 
Lownes, Matthew 16 (b) 
Loyd, O. 225 (i) (f) 
Lyon, J.* 440 (2) (a) 

M., A. 83 

M. C. 138 (d) 

M. F. 67 (f) 

M -> J- 133 (t>), 154, 182 

Mab, Ralph 60 

M'Culloh, A. 470 

M'Euen, J., and Company 313 

Macharn, Samuel 31 

Magnes, James 152 

Major, Daniel 149 (b) 

Manby, Richard 425 (c), 448 

Marsh, Henry 4 (i) 

Marsh, Henry 128 (b) 

Marsh, Thomas 4 (b), 10 

Marshal, John 296 (e) 

Marshal, Joseph 296 

Meadows, W, 165 (j), 225 (i) (i), 

298 (i) (b), 354 

Mears, W. 5 (k), 151 (g), 225 (i) (f), 

299 (i) (b), 305, 311, 319 
Melancholicus, Mercurius 130 
Midleton, Henry n 
Midwinter, Daniel 225 (b) 
Midwinter, Daniel (jr.) 413 (i) (b) 
Millan, John 416 (i) (b) 

Millar, Andrew 333 (i), 352 (b) 

Miller, Simon 132 (b) 

Miller, William 132 (c) 

Minton, Thomas* 202 (c) 

Monro, W.* 425 (c) 

Montague, Richard 409 

Moore, A. 254 (f), 324, 333 (b), 350, 

359, 361, 371 
Moore, Thomas 388 (i) (d) 



More, Richard 22 (b) 

Morell, Thomas* 411 

Morley, J.* 304 (b) 

Morphew, John 243 (b), 249 (b), 

261 (2), 272 (i) (a), 291, 305 
Morris, A.* 296 (e) 
Moseley, Humphrey 92, 108, 109 
Motte, Benjamin 344 (3) (a) 
Motte, R.* 446 

N. L. 23 
N. O. 44, 61 
N. R. 191 (i) (a) 
Newbery, John 452 
Newcomb, Thomas 102, 160 
Newman, Thomas 16 
Newton, S. 468 
Nickson, Joshua 457 
Noble, Francis 347 (i) (c), 416 (i) (b) 
Noble, John 450 (i) (d), 451 
Noon, J. 282 (2) 
Norris, Thomas 481 
Norton, George 44 
Nourse, John 360 (c), 416 (i) (a) 
Nutt, John 219, 230, 232 (i) (a), 240, 
272 (i) (a) 

O., N. 44, 61 

Okes, Nicholas 24 (b) 

Orrel, Thomas 149 (b) 

Osborn, John 151 (g), 225 (i) (f), 
286, 299 (i) (c), 34 305 34* 00 
(b),353 (i) (c), 404 (b), 411 (b), 4 i2 
(b), 420, 423 (c), 427, 464, 473 (o) 

Osborn, Thomas 334, 415 

Oswald, John 353 (i) (b) 

Oxford University (Clarendon im- 
print) 264, 276, 284, 297, 391, 407, 
422 

Oxford University (Sheldonian im- 
print) 140, 143, 144, 147, 164, 180, 
187, 193, 194, 198 (i) (a), 201, 
206, 218, 226, 227, 229, 233, 238, 
246, 325 (i) (a), 345, 408 

P., E. 99 

P. H. 132 (i) (a) 



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Index of Printers and Publishers 



P., H. 303 

P., J. 130 (b) 

Palmer, Samuel 299 (i) (b) 

Palmer, Thomas 149 

Parker, Peter 141 (c) 

Partriche, Miles 48 

Paske, Robert 153 

Passinger, Thomas 112 (b), 133 (b), 

^74, 475 (d) 

Payne, Oliver 411, 416 (i) (b) 
Payne, T.* 327 
Payne, Thomas 402 
Peele, John 332 
Peisley, Anthony 297 
Pemberton, John 225 (i) (h), 272 

(i) (a), 277, 326 (i) (a) 
Pemberton, John and John (jr.) 413 

(i) (b) 

Penn, John 387 
Pettet, T.* 235 (b) 
Playford, Henry 130 (b), 207, 219, 

230, 236 (i) (a) 
Pollard, Robert in, 120 
Popping, Sarah 282 (i), 296 
Powell, Stephen 165 (1), 268 (b) 279 

(c)> 333 (j), 426, 437, 462 
Pratt, Daniel 235 (b) 
Purser, John 358 

R. D. 20 

R. E. 172 (3) (a) 

R. H. 95 

R., I. 22 

R. J. 234 

R., J. 475 (e) 

R., N. 191 (i) (a) 

R. T. 196 

Raban, Edward 57, 8 1 

Ramsay, Allan 330 (i), 333 

Ranger, J.* 133 (d) 

Rawlins, James* 118 (b) 

Raworth, Robert 84 

Read, Thomas 433 

Redmayne, J.* 3x7 

Redmer, Richard 49 

Reynolds, T. 384 



Rhames, Aaron 320 (i) 

Rhames, Margaret 388 (i) (d) 

Rhodes, Henry 173 

Risk, George 165 (1), 333 (j) 

Rivington, Charles 225 (i) (h), 413 

(i) (b) 

Roach, Dommick* 322 (b) 
Roberts, James 292, 295 (2) (a), 302, 

316, 326 (i) (a), 329, 342 (b), 349 

(b), 351, 368, 369 (i) (b), 379, 386, 

392, 393. 4 02 

Robinson, Jacob 354 (b), 431 
Robinson, Robert 5 (j) 
Robinson, Thomas 104 
Rogers, Henry 157 (c) 
Rogers, William 210 
Rooks, Thomas 148 
Roper, Abel 210, 216 (b), 219 
Ruddiman, Thomas 330 (i), 333, 

425 (i) (a) 
Ruddiman, Walter 425 (i) (a) 

S., T. 141 (b) 

S., V. 24 

Sandby, William 424 (b) 

Sanders, Theophilus 211 (i) (h) 

Sanger, Egbert 253 (b), 257, 263 (i) 

Saunders, Francis 151 (c), 184, 185, 

208, 210 

Sawbridge, Thomas 150 (2) (a) 
Score, Edward 441 (i) 
Sharpey, T.* 282 (2) 
Short, James 52, 54, 55, 59, 62 
Simmons, Matthew 95 (d) 
Simmons, Samuel 95 (f) 
Simmons, Thomas 173 
Slow, S. 381, 390 
Smith, E. 342 (b) 
Smith, E.* (Dublin) 333 (c) 
Smith, J. (Amsterdam) 298 (i) (d) 
Smith, John 176 
Smith, Ralph* 151 (f), 305 
Smith, Samuel 198 (i) (a) 
Smith, William 165 (1) 
Society of Stationers (Dublin) 69 
Sparks, John* 216 



Index of Printers and Publishers 



Spavan, George 446 

Spencer, John 61 

Sprint, John 118 (c) 

Stagg, John 128 (i) (d), 326 (i) (a), 

357 (b), 443 CO (a) 
Stansby, William 24 (c) 
Staples, Alexander 417 (i) 
Stephens, Anthony 167, 178 
Stevens, J.* 446 
Stone, J. 128 (i) (d) 
Strahan, George 128 (i) (d), 223, 

293> 35> 346 (2), 425 (c) 
Sutton, Henry 6 (b) 
Sweeting, John in 
Symon, Edward 211 (i) (h), 225 (i) 

(n), 305 

T. B. 92, 364 

T. H. 23, 133 (c) 

T. J. 141 

T., J. 165 (e), 199 

T., R. 196 

T. S. 141 (b) 

T., W. 168 

Tap, John 21 (b) 

Taylor, E.* 299 (i) (b) 

Taylor, William 225 (i) (e), 231 (c), 

249 (e), 252 (b), 272 (i) (b), 299 (i) 

(a), 305 

Tebb, Thomas 211 (i) (h) 
Thackeray, William 112 (b), 133 (b) 
Thompson, J.* 279 (c), 355 
Thompson, Nathaniel 171, 175 
Thorne, R. 441 (i) 
Tims, T.* 356 
Tonson, Jacob 165, 172 (i) (a), 198 

(i) (e), 200, 252, 279, 287, 298, 301 
Tonson, Jacob and Richard 165 (n), 

198 (i) (f), 432 (i) (a), 471 (i) 
Tooke, Benjamin 151 (e), 225 
Tottell, Richard 5 
Tracy, Ebenezer 235 
Trye, Thomas 441 (i) 
Turner, William 64, 66, 77, 79, 80 



Urie, Robert, and Company 445 



V. S. 24 

Vallange, John 239 (i) (a) 

Varnam, Thomas 151 (g), 225 (i) (f), 

286, 304 

Vere, Thomas 133 (c), 137 (b) 
W., A. 244 (i) 
W., J. 132 (i) (a) 
W. T. 1 68 
Wakelin, I.* 453 (b) 
Walbancke, Matthew 84 
Waldegrave, Robert 8 (d) 
Walsh, Mr.* 478 
Walthoe, H.* 367 
Walthoe, John, jr. 293, 331 (i) (a), 

341 (i) (a), 367, 411 
Walton, T.* 375 
Ward, Aaron 413 (i) (b) 
Ward, Caesar, and Chandler, 

Richard 388 (i) (b), 410 (i), 424 
Ware, Richard 285 (m), 388 (2) (b), 

413 (i) (b) 
Warner, T. 290, 294 (i), 335, 363, 

377 

Warner, William* 347 (i) (b), 412 
Warren, Thomas 151 (c), 236 (i) (c) 
Watson, James 239 (i) (a), 333 (d), 

353 CO (a), 357 

Watts, John 198 (i) (e), 337 (i) 
Wayland, John* 4 
Webb, T.* 429 
Webb, W.* 430, 435 (i) (a), 439, 440 

(2) (d) 

Welbie, William 42 
Wellington, Richard 213 
Wetstein, R. and J. 298 (i) (d) 
Whaley, John* 448 
White, Edward 8 (d) 
Wilcox, J. 415 
Wild, Richard 165 (e) 
Wilde, Allington 173 (o) 
Wilford, John 289 (c), 379 (b), 395, 

396, 414 (i) 

Wilkin, Richard 225 (i) (g) 
Williams, W.* 401 
WilKs, J.* 235 (b) 
Willock, R. 353 CO (a) 



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Wilmot, John 227 (b) 

Wilson, John 441 (i) 

Wilson, William 122 

Windet, John 5 (i), 13 

Withers, Edward 410 (i) 

Wolfe, John 12 

Wood, J.* 326 (3) (b), 4^3 (i) (b) 

Woodfall, George 466 

Woodfall, Henry, jr. 412 

Woodman, James 326 (i) (a) 



Woodward, James 243 (b), 249 (b), 

261 (3) 

Woodward, T. 299 (i) (b) 
Worde, Wynkyn de i 
Wrench, William 46 
Wright, John 115 (b), 133 (c), 137 (b) 
Wyat, John 304 (b) 

Yarrow, Joseph* 417 (i) 
Young (Junius), Robert 73 



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