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Page 141 - Journeys to the North of England. In Latin and English Verse. Wittily and merrily (tho...
Page 43 - An Antidote against Melancholy, made up in pills compounded of witty Ballads, jovial Songs, and merry Catches, 1661.
Page 154 - ITINERARIUM, or Barnabee's Journal, the Seventh Edition: to which are Prefixed an account of the Author now first discovered, a Bibliographical History of the former editions of the work and illustrative Notes [by Joseph Haslewood].
Page 171 - BRATHWAITE, (RICHARD.) — The English Gentleman; and the English Gentlewoman : Both in one volume couched, and in one Modell portrayed : to the living glory of their Sexe, the lasting story of their worth. Being presented to present times for ornaments ; commended to posterity for Presidents. With a Ladies Love-Lecture and a Supplement lately annexed, and eutituled The Turtles Triumph.
Page 90 - The English Gentleman: Containing Sundry excellent Rules or exquisite Observations, tending to Direction of every Gentleman, of selecter ranke and qualitie; How to demeane or accommodate himselfe in the manage of publike or private affaires.
Page 96 - Invention farre short of his Imagination ; for want of truer relations, for a neede he can finde you out a Sussex Dragon, some Sea or Inland monster, drawne out by some Shoe lane man in a Gorgon-like feature, to enforce more horror in the beholder.