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Page 259 - The Painfull Adventures of Pericles Prince of Tyre. Being the true History of the Play of Pericles, as it was lately presented by the worthy and ancient Poet lohn Gower. At London. Printed by TP for Nat. Butter. 1608.
Page 63 - Age,' published by Thomas Lodge in 1596, one of the devils is said to be ' a foule lubber, and looks as pale as the vizard of the ghost, who cried so miserably at the theatre, Hamlet, revenge.
Page 56 - An \ Apologie \ for Poetrie. \ Written by the right noble, vertu-\ous, and learned, Sir Phillip \ Sidney, Knight. \\ Odi profanum vulgus, et arceo. || At London, | Printed for Henry Olney, and are to be sold at \ his shop in Paules C hurch-yard, at the signe \ of the George, neere to Cheap-gate. \ Anno 1595.
Page 226 - There are also heere inserted two excellent Madrigalls of Master William Byrds, composed after the Italian vaine, at the request of the sayd Thomas Watson.
Page 160 - State, 1. Of the Court, and Courtiers. 2. Of Libertie, and the Clergie in generall.
Page 197 - The Scourge of Venus : or, The wanton Lady. With the rare birth of Adonis.
Page 228 - Adonis with his amber tresses, Faire fire-hot Venus charming him to love her, Chaste Lucretia, virgine-like her dresses, Proud lust-stung Tarquine, seeking still to prove her...
Page 170 - Epitaphes, Epigrams, Songs, and Sonets; with a Discourse of the friendly Affections of Tymetes to Pindarahis Ladie.