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The muses cabinet or delights for the ladies [ESTC T128941] [ECCO]

DMI number:
1352
Publication Date:
1771
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
T128941
EEBO/ECCO link:
CW111508010
Shelfmark:
ECCO BOD BL
Full Title:
THE | MUSES CABINET, | OR, | DELIGHTS FOR THE LADIES. | A Miscellany of Entertaining Poems, and useful | and instructive RECREATIONS for both Sexes, in two | Parts. | [2 columns] [column 1] PART I. Contains, | [i]Eaton Hall[/i], an Ode. | Ode to Sir [i]Watkin Williams | Wynne[/i], Bart. | A Poem to [i]P. Egerton[/i], Esq. | [i]Whitechurch[/i], a Lyric Pastoral. | Elegy on the death of the [i]Mar- | quis[/i] of [i]Granby[/i]. | ------on Mr. [i]Samuel Hapley[/i]. | Verse to [i]Brass Crosby[/i] Esq. &c. | The Jealous Husband. | The World. | [i]Richard's[/i] Courtship, &c. | AN Epigram. Advice to the Au-| thor. | [i]Strephen[/i] to [i]Sylvia[/i]. [/column 1] | [column 2] On the Entity and Goodness of | GOD. | Extemporaneous Lines, &c. | ----on the Hon. [i]William Beck- | ford[/i], Esq. | On one whose Nick-name was | [i]Stiffy[/i], &c. | Verses to [i]T. Sadler[/i], &c. | On Money. | The Smoaking Bacchanal. | The Usurer. | New Enigmas, Rebusses, Para-| doxes, Queries, &c. | PART II. Contains, | Three useful as well as delightful | Recreations in Practical Ma- | thematics, &c. [/column 2]. | [rule] | By THOMAS SADLER, | [rule] | Teacher of the Mathematics in [i]Whitchurch Shropshire[/i]: | Author of several Poetical Tracts and also a great number of | Mathematical and Poetical pieces, inserted in the Magazine, Pal- | ladium, Diaries, and other Periodical publications, and has now in | the Press a complete System of Arithmetic, to be published by Sub- | scription, at the easy price of Three Shillings only. | [rule] | [i]SALOP[/i]. | Printed by the Author for W. WILLIAMS, 1771. | (Price One Shilling).
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i. To all Lovers of Learning and Ingenuity. End material: p.82 diagram.
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Author:
Thomas Sadler
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Thomas Sadler
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First Line:
Excuse my lord this bold essay
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pp.1-3
Poem Title:
Eaton Hall, An Ode. Humbly inscribed to the Right Hon. Lord Grosvenor.
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Cambrian swains exert your power
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pp.3-4
Poem Title:
A Birth-Day Ode, Humbly inscribed to the Honourable Sir Watkin Williams Wynne, Bart.
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Cheshire of old has been for men renowned
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pp.4-6
Poem Title:
To Philip Egerton, Esq. On Oulton in Cheshire.
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Hail muses inspire the soft lay
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pp.6-11
Poem Title:
Whitchurch. A Lyric Pastoral. Humbly inscribed to his Grace the Duke of Bridgwater.
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Stay soldier I've something to say
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pp.11-14
Poem Title:
A Pastoral Elegy. Sacred to the Memory of the Marquis of Granby.
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Hopley whose genius made the world admire
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pp.15-17
Poem Title:
An Elegy. On the Death of Mr. Samuel Hopley, late of Duckington near Malpas in Cheshire. A lover of the Muses, a good Companion, and an ingenious honest Man. In imitation of Shenstone.
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Hail noble patriots of the British isle
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p.17
Poem Title:
To the Right Hon. Brass Crosby, Esq. Lord Mayor, and Richard Oliver, Esq. Alderman of London, when in the Tower.
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John and his bride with peaceful mind
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pp.17-18
Poem Title:
The Jealous Husband, an Epigram.
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The world's a stage the people actors are
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p.18
Poem Title:
The World.
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Young Richard the plowman when humming a tune
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pp.18-20
Poem Title:
Richard's Courtship or the Broken Match.
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Old Sarah calls her daughter Nell
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p.20
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Epigram.
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Horace advises well deposit
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p.21
Poem Title:
Advice to the Author
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By a Friend
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To his dear Sylvia the lost Strephon sends
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pp.22-25
Poem Title:
Strephon to Sylvia, In imitation of Ovid.
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By a Friend.
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The earth oh lord the earth is full of thee
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pp.26-28
Poem Title:
On the Eternity, and Goodness of God.
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By the same Gentleman.
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Near to this place two lovely babes do lie
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p.28
Poem Title:
The Author having Buried Two lovely Children of the Small pox, in about Nine Days of each other, spoke the following Lines Extempore at the Grave, when Burying the second Child.
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Ye sons of freedom wake the mournful lyre
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p.28
Poem Title:
Extemporaneous Lines, on hearing of the Death of the Right Hon. William Beckford Esq. Late Lord Mayor of London.
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For a man of sentiments refined
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p.29
Poem Title:
To the Author of the Muses Cabinet, On reading the Proposals for his New Publications.
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Ben. West
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Benjamin West
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Here's Stiffy's picture alias Stumpy
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p.29
Poem Title:
On one whose Nick-name was Stiggy, who refused to sit while his Picture was Drawing.
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T. V.
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God has a charm that overpowers the mind
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pp.30-31
Poem Title:
On Money
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How pleased sits Simony with pipe and glass
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pp.31-32
Poem Title:
The Smoaking Bacchanal.
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The usurer is never content
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p.33
Poem Title:
The Usurer
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Ye witty nymphs on whom the muses smile
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pp.33-34
Poem Title:
Aenigma I.
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by A.C.
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Man's friend and yet me thinks his conduct shows
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p.35
Poem Title:
Aenigma 2.
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By Amicus.
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Never till this present year
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p.35
Poem Title:
Aenigma 3.
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By Miss Fanny Cob.
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Fanny Cob
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Ladies behold me wait at your command
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pp.36-38
Poem Title:
Prize Aenigma.
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By the Author of the Muses Cabinet.
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A son of Vulcan by Alcides slain
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p.38
Poem Title:
Prize Rebus
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By Mr. Benjamin West.
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Benjamin West
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I'm something ladies truth I say
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p.38
Poem Title:
New Paradoxes. Paradox I.
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By Miss Fanny Cob.
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Fanny Cob
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To see a friend the other day
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p.39
Poem Title:
Prize Paradox.
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By the Author of the Muses Cabinet.
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Ye British youth whose bright aspiring parts
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p.1
Poem Title:
Arithmetical and Mathematical Recreations, Or, Delights for the Ingenious. Purely calculated for the Exercise and Improvement of both Sexes; as well as Entertainment for the Curious. Introduction.
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A miller of late had by his wife Kate
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pp.3-4
Poem Title:
Recreation I.
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The length being truly multiplied
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p.4
Poem Title:
To Measure a Square, Parrallelogram, Rectangle, Rhombus, or Rhomboides, &c. Rule.
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The base and perpendicular you
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p.6
Poem Title:
To Measure a Triangle. Rule.
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The sum whatever you decry
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p.7
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To Measure a Trapezium. Rule.
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From the centre of a polygon
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p.9
Poem Title:
To find the Areas of regular Figures, or Polygons. Rule.
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Let the diameter squared be
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p.110
Poem Title:
To Measure a Circle. Rule.
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The greatest ordinate you see
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p.11
Poem Title:
To Measure a Parabola. Rule.
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The two diameters multiplied
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p.12
Poem Title:
To Measure an Oval, or Ellipsis. Rule.
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The radius by the arch be sure
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p.13
Poem Title:
To Measure a Sector, Semicircle, or Quadrant. Rule
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On shrove tuesday last I will tell you what past
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pp.27-28
Poem Title:
Question 3d.
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by Mr. Henry Beighton, Author of the Ladies Diary after the decease of Mr. Tipper, the first proprietor of that curious and valuable miscellany,) taken from the monthly entertainments printed in the year 1711.
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Henry Beighton
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Celinda blooming as the rose in June
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pp.30-31
Poem Title:
Recreation 3. New Arithmetical and Mathematical Equations , &c. 4. Question 1st... Addressed to the Ladies.
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by T. Sadler
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Thomas Sadler
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Five jolly toppers had to pay
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p.32
Poem Title:
Question 3.
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By Mr Isaac Tarrat of Epsom.
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Isaac Tarrat
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Suppose my height is five feet nine
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p.32
Poem Title:
Question 2.
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By Mr John Boote of Swanbank near Audlem Cheshire.
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John Boote
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Suppose a bushel be exactly round
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p.33
Poem Title:
Question 7.
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By Mr. P Antrobus, Master of Midlewich Grammar School
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P. Antrobus
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With my cross staff and chain I set out to survey
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pp.33-34
Poem Title:
Question 9.
Attribution:
By Thomas Sadler.
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Thomas Sadler
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Betimes in the morning last Valentine's day
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pp.35-36
Poem Title:
Question 16.
Attribution:
By T. Sadler
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Thomas Sadler
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Down to the crown the other day
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p.35
Poem Title:
Question 15.
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By Mr William Swift
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William Swift
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In a fine shady grove last midsummer day
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p.36
Poem Title:
Paradoxical Question 18.
Attribution:
By Mr William Swift
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William Swift