Catalogue of original and early editions of some of the poetical and prose works of English writers from Wither to Prior: with collations, notes, and more than two hundred facsimiles of title-pages and frontispieces

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Grolier Club, 1905 - English literature
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Page 125 - BUTLER (Samuel). — Hudibras, in three parts, written in the Time of the Late Wars : Corrected and Amended. With Large Annotations and a Preface, by Zachary Grey, LLD Adorn'd with a new Set of Cuts (from the designs of Hogarth).
Page 41 - HEAR this, ye old men, and give ear, all ye inhabitants of the land. Hath this been in your days, or even in the days of your fathers? Tell ye your children of it, and let your children tell their children, and their children another generation.
Page xvi - The Historie of that Wise and Fortunate Prince," Henrie of that Name the Seventh, King of England. With that famed Battaile, fought betweene the sayd King Henry and Richard the third named Crookbacke, upon Redmoore neere Bosworth.
Page 258 - Britannia Rediviva: A POEM ON THE Birth OF THE PRINCE Written by Mr. DRYDEN Dii Patrii Indigetes, & Romule, Vestaque Mater, Quce Tuscum Tiberim, & Romana Palatia servas, Hunc saltem everso Puerum succurrere sceclo Ne prohibete : satis jampridem sanguine nostro Laomedontece luimus
Page 133 - Saunders at the Blew Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange...
Page 250 - ANNUS MIRABILIS: THE YEAR OF WONDERS, ,1666. AN HISTORICAL POEM; CONTAINING THE PROGRESS AND VARIOUS SUCCESSES OF OUR NAVAL WAR WITH HOLLAND UNDER THE CONDUCT OF HIS HIGHNESS PRINCE RUPERT AND HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF ALBEMARLE, AND DESCRIBING THE FIRE OF LONDON. 1 Multum interest res poscat, an homines latius imperare velint.
Page 102 - Urnes lately found in Norfolk. Together with The Garden of Cyrus, or the Quincunciall, Lozenge, or Net-work [plantations of the Ancients, Artificially, Naturally, Mystically Considered.
Page 48 - ... of the four monarchies, viz., the Assyrian, Persian, Grecian, Roman; also, a dialogue between Old England and New concerning the late troubles; with divers other pleasant and serious poems. By a gentlewoman in those parts.
Page 217 - O PER SE O. Or, a new cryer of lanthorne and candle-light. Being an addition, or lengthening, of the Bell mans Second night-walke. In which, are discouered those villanies, which the Bell-man (because hee went i' the darke) could not see : now laid open to the world.
Page 17 - A Chronicle of the Kings of England, From the time of the Romans Government Unto the Death of King James.

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