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The gentleman's journal: or the monthly miscellany [April 1692]

DMI number:
1740
Publication Date:
13/04/1692
Volume Number:
1 of 3
ESTC number:
P2023
Shelfmark:
ProQuest
Full Title:
THE | Gentleman's Journal: | OR THE | MONTHLY MISCELLANY. | By Way of | LETTER | TO A | Gentleman in the COUNTRY. | Consisting of | [i]News, History, Philosophy, Poetry, | Music, Translations [/i] &c. | APRIL 1692. | [rule] | [i] Plus multo tibi debiturus hic est, | Quam debit Domino suo libellus. [/i] | [rule] | Licensed, [i] April [/i] 13th, 1692. [i] R. Midgely. [/i] | [rule] | LONDON | Printed, for [i] Rich. Parker; [/i] And are to be Sold by [i] Rich. Baldwin, [/i] | near the [i] Oxford Arms [/i] in [i] Warwick-Lane. [/i] 1692.
Epigraph:
Plus multo tibi debiturus hic est, | Quam debit Domino suo libellus
Place of Publication:
London
Format:
Unknown
Other matter:
Table of contents
Content/Publication
First Line:
Cease happy Britons cease to fear
Page No:
pp.3-4
Poem Title:
On his Majesties Success. A Pindaric
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First Line:
Since love hath kindled in our eyes
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p.5-6
Poem Title:
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First Line:
In dying accents I my fate deplore
Page No:
p.6-7
Poem Title:
On a person of quality going to Turkey
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