2 edition of Poems &c., written upon several occasions, and to several persons found in the catalog.
Poems &c., written upon several occasions, and to several persons
|Statement||by Edmond Waller.|
|Contributions||Tonson, Jacob, 1656?-1736, printer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, liii, , 284, p. :|
|Number of Pages||284|
PREFACE. THE following Poems were written at several Times, and on several Subjects: If the Ladies, for whom they are chiefly design'd, and to whose Service they are intirely devoted, happen to meet with any thing in them that is entertaining, I have all I am at. They were the Employment of my leisure Hours, the innocent Amusement of a solitary Life: In them they'll find a Picture of my Mind. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Abraham Cowley (Cowley, Abraham, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article.. Cowley, Abraham, Cowley's Essays (Gutenberg text) Cowley, Abraham, The Third Part of the Work of Mr. Abraham Cowley, Being his Six Books of Plants (HTML at Virginia) Cowley, Abraham, A Translation .
Soon after, Aphra Behn finished her first book of poetry, which appeared as Poems Upon Several Occasions in also saw the publication of Love Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister, a Roman à clef loosely based on a contemporary affair, and a pioneer on the field of the epistolary novel. Both works were enormously popular and went. Behn, Aphra — Miscellany, Being a Collection of Poems by Several Hands. Together with Reflections on Morality, or Seneca Unmasked, Behn, Aphra — A Pindaric Poem, Behn, Aphra — A Pindaric Poem to the Reverend Doctor Burnet, Behn, Aphra — Poems Upon Several Occasions, with a Voyage to the Island of Love,
A collection of his ‘Poems on Several Occasions, with some Select Essays in Prose,’ &c., edited by his brother-in-law, was published in (London, 12mo, 2 vols.) His poems are included in the tenth volume of Chalmers's ‘Works of the English Poets’ (), and in many other poetical collections. Giovanni (b. ) is a well-known African-American poet and political activist, who has written about one of the most significant Civil Rights activists, Rosa Parks, on several occasions (including writing a book for younger readers, Rosa, all about her).
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Poems, &c. written upon several occasions, and to several persons. By Edmond Waller, Esq. The eighth edition, with additions. To which is prefix'd the author's life. Get this from a library. Poems, &c., written upon several occasions, and to several persons.
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Waller's speech to the House of commons. Ap --His speech in Parliament. Poems, &C. Written upon several Occasions, And to several Persons First Illustrated Edition By Edmund Waller Printed In London For Jacob Tonson.
The Volume is in Very Good Condition Bound in half green morocco over marbled boards, with the spine divided into six gilt stamped compartments by five gilt & raised bands, with gilt lettering in the second compartment from the top.
EDMOND WALLER. POEMS &c. WRITTEN UPON SEVERAL OCCASIONS AND TO SEVERAL PERSONS. BOOK PLATE TO END PAPERS. MOTTLING TO FLY PAPERS, FRONTISPIECE AND TITLE PAGE.
LEATHER BOUND. Milton's Poems, formally titled Poems etc. on several occasions by Mr John Milton, both English and Latin, composed at several times, etc.
is a volume of poetry by John Milton; it also includes a tract on facsimile of the title page shows that the book was published by Thomas Dring of London.
The book includes all the poems in Milton's Poems, though not the. A Collection of poems written upon several occasions by several persons with many additions, never before in print.
() by Aphra Behn and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Available now at - ISBN: - Paperback - EEBO Editions, ProQuest - - Book Condition: Good A Collection of poems written upon several occasions by several persons with many additions, never before in print.
Featuring poems from many noted authors such as Charles Sedley, the Earl of Mulgrave, G Granville and George Etherege. This work is an enlarged version of the previously published 'A Collection of Poems written upon several occasions by several persons'.
Edmund Waller, FRS (3 March – 21 October ) was an English poet and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between and Educated at Eton and King's College, Cambridge, Waller entered Parliament at a young age and was at first an active member of the he married a London heiress who died in OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (,, pages) Other Titles: Poems, etc.
written upon several occasions. Poems. Poems, &c. written upon several occasions, and to several persons by Edmond Waller. Publication info: Ann Arbor, MI ; Oxford (UK):: Text Creation Partnership, (EEBO-TCP Phase 1). Rights/Permissions.
Edmund Waller, “Of a Tree cut in Paper” in Poems, &c. written upon several occasions, and to several persons by Edmond Waller, London: H. Herringman, Fair Hand that can on Virgin-paper write, Yet from the stain of Ink preserve it white, Whose travel o’er that Silver Field does show, Like track of Leveretts in morning Snow.
Edmund Waller, Poems, &c. Written Upon Several Occasions, and to Several Persons (London, ). Requested on: 5 November This volume by the English royalist Edmund Waller () contains a number of touching love poems, as well eulogies of literary figures, such as Ben Jonson, which sometimes veer into the mawkish and hyperbolic.
Poems and translations, written upon several occasions, and to several persons. By a late scholar of Eaton [C. Goodall.]. Paperback – Author: Charles Goodall. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).
The Waller family was a Kentish family, of Groombridge Place, that migrated to Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire in the 14th or 16th century, and then to Gloucestershire, and, for a generation, North Yorkshire. Several members carried the name Edmund Edmund Wallers are listed here father to son or grandson, or uncle to nephew: Edmund, of Coleshill, Buckinghamshire, grandfather of.
Poems, &c. written upon several occasions, and to several persons by Edmond Waller. The passion of Dido for Æneas as it is incomparably exprest in the fourth book of Virgil: Plays.
A poem on the present assembling of the Parliament. March the 6th. Poems: Poems, &c. written upon several occasions: and to several persons. By Edmond Waller, Esq. Poems,together with poems from Bodleian MS Don d The poems of. Mary Leapor (–) was an English poet, born in Marston St.
Lawrence, Northamptonshire, the only child of Anne Sharman (died ) and Philip Leapor (–), aout of the many labouring-class writers of the period, was noticeably well received.
Waller’s Poems—1 vol. [Edmund Waller. Poems, &c. written upon several occasions and to several persons. London, ] Paxton’s Essays on the Diseases of the Human Body—1 vol.
[Peter Paxton. An essay concerning the body of man, wherein its diseases are consider’d, and the operations of medicines observ’d. London, ].Poems upon Several Occasions: with A Voyage to the Island of Love () and Lycidus: Or The Lover in Fashion () reflect Behn's customary use of classical, pastoral, courtly, and traditionally English lyric modes.
Forty-five poems appeared in Poems upon Several Occasions; ten poems were appended to Lycidus.Christopher Smart (11 April – 21 May ), was an English poet. He was a major contributor to two popular magazines and a friend to influential cultural icons like Samuel Johnson and Henrya high church Anglican, was widely known throughout London.
Smart was infamous as the pseudonymous midwife "Mrs. Mary Midnight" and widespread accounts of his father-in-law, John.