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The New-Year's miscellany: containing [16 titles] [N6121]

DMI number:
940
Publication Date:
1747
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
N6121
EEBO/ECCO link:
CB126896238
Shelfmark:
Oxford, All Souls, WX.1.1(10)
Full Title:
THE | NEW-YEAR’[s]S[/s] | MISCELLANY. | CONTAINING, | [2 columns] [col 1] I. The Religion of a Solider, | by the late Major General | [i]F-d-g[/i]. | II. The [i]Chaplains[/i]’ Petition for | Redress of Grievances ; by | one of the Camp Chaplains. | III. A Dialogue between a | [i]Shepherd[/i] and [i]Shepherdess[/i]. | IV. The [i]Last Will[/i] and [i]Tes- | tament[/i] of [i]Doctors Commons[/i]. V. The [i]Welshman[/i]’s Inven- | tory. | VI. A modern [i]Latin[/i] Ode | attempted in [i]English[/i]. | VII. An Ode on Miss [i]Fanny | Murray[/i]. By Mr. [i]Thom- | son[/i]. [/col 1] | [col 2] VIII. A [i] Riddle[/i]. | IX. [i]Epigram[/i]. | X. The [i]Death-Watch[/i]. A | Poem in Two Canto’s. | XI. To [i]Ardelia[/i]. | XII. The [i]Plantiff[/i] and [i]De- | fendant[/i]. | XIII. From [i]W. M[/i]. in the | [i]Marshalsea[/i] to Sir [i]H. M[/i]. | in [i]Newgate[/i]. | XIV. The [i]Masquerade[/i]. | XV. [i]It is good to be in Debt[/i], | prais’d by Sir [i]W. Cornwallis[/i]. | XVI. [i]A Tale of a Tub[/i], for | the Use of those that swal- | low PILLS in Town, or | WATERS in the Country. [/col 2] | [double rule] | [i]LONDON:[/i] | Printed for A. FREEMAN, in [i]Fleet-Street[/i] ; and sold at | all the Pamphlet-Shops. 1747. | [Price One Shilling.]
Place of Publication:
London
Genres:
Collection including prose and Miscellaneous collection
Format:
Octavo
Price:
1s.
Pagination:
[2],62p
Bibliographic details:
MS annotation on title-page.
Comments:
CONTENTS: Contains prose, 'The Religion of a Soldier' pp.1-16; 'The Last Will and Testament of Doctor's Commons' pp.22-24; 'The Welshman's Inventory' pp.24-26, 'It is good to be in Debt, praised by Sir W. Cornwallis' pp.53-60, 'A Tale of a Tub' pp.60-62.
Other matter:
Prefatory Matter: None End Matter: None
References:
Case 456
Related People
Publisher:
A. Freeman
Confidence:
Absolute
Comments:
Content/Publication
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By ancient laws and customs sacred held
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p.13
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[no title]
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Since the ladies against men
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pp.17-21
Poem Title:
The Chaplains Petition To the Honourable House For Redress of Grievances.
Attribution:
By one of the Camp Chaplains.
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To me you have made a thousand vows
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p.21
Poem Title:
A Dialogue between a Shepherdess and Shepherd.
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Kind friend with whom I sip and smoke
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pp.26-28
Poem Title:
A Modern Latin Ode attempted in English.
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O let me strike my softest lyre
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pp.29-33
Poem Title:
An Ode on Miss Fanny Murray.
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Cain in disgrace with heaven retires to Nod
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p.33
Poem Title:
Epigram.
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A negro I though sprung from northern climes
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p.33
Poem Title:
A Riddle.
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Since rapine and war have exhausted the nation
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pp.34-47
Poem Title:
The Death-Watch. A Poem. In Two Canto's. Humbly inscrib'd to all Apothecaries, Surgeons, Nurses, Physicians, Will-Makers, Rectors, Readers, Curates, Preachers in Conventicles, and other separate Congregations; Searchers, Shroud-Makers, Coffin-Makers, Sextons, Grave-Diggers , and Undertakers, &c. &c.
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When dawning rays refulgent streak the skies
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pp.47-49
Poem Title:
To Ardelia.
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Two travellers an oyster found
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p.49
Poem Title:
The Plaintiff and Defendant.
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From me dear Charles inspired with ale
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pp.50-52
Poem Title:
From W. M. in the Marshalsea, to Sir H. M. in Newgate. Tune, To all ye Ladies.
Attribution:
From W. M.
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The globe with wondrous pains men traverse over
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pp.52-53
Poem Title:
The Masquerade. A Poem.
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To you my purse and to none other wight
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pp.58-59
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Th. Ocleve, in Chaucer. [p.58]
Attributed To:
Geoffrey Chaucer
First Line:
A skin flayed off yields my materials
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pp.59-60
Poem Title:
[no title]
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