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Athenianism: or the new projects of Mr. John Dunton [T145151]

DMI number:
218
Publication Date:
1710
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
T145151
EEBO/ECCO link:
CW116329542
Shelfmark:
BOD 2699 e. 7
Epigraph:
n/a
Place of Publication:
London
Format:
Octavo
Price:
Bound 6 s.
Comments:
FULL TITLE: [i]Athenianism:[/i] | OR, THE | [g]New Projects[/g] | OF | Mr. [i]John Dunton[/i], | Author of the Essay entitl'd, | [i]The Hazard of a Death-Bed-Repentance[/i] | BEING | Six Hundred distinct Treatises (in [i]Prose[/i] and | [i]Verse[/i]) written with his own Hand; and is an [i]Entire | Collection of all his Writings[/i] both in Manuscript, and | such as were formerly Printed. | To which is added, | [g]Dunton's Farewel to Printing.[/g] | In some serious Thoughts on those Words of | [i]Solomon, Of making many Books there is no End, and muck | Study is a Weariness of the Flesh.[/i] | [rule] | VOL I. With the Author's [i]Effigies[/i], to distinguish the | [i]Original[/i] and [i]True Copies[/i] from such as are [i]false[/i] and [i]imper-|fect[/i]. Take Care also of being cheated by [i]Wooden Cuts[/i]; | the right is that this is drawn and 'grav'd by those | Two Celebrated Artists, [i]Knight[/i] and [i]Vander Gutch[/i]. | [rule] | To this Work is prefix'd an [i]Heroick Poem[/i] upon | [i]Dunton's Projects[/i], written by the [i]Athenian Society[/i]; with an | [i]Alphabetical Table[/i] of the several [i]Projects, Questions, No- | velties, Poems[/i] and [i]Characters[/i] inserted in this Volume | [rule] | [i]LONDON[/i]: | Printed by [i]Tho. Darrack[/i], in [i]Peterborough-Court[/i], in [i]Little-Britain[/i], | and are to be Sold by [i]John Morphew[/i], near [i]Stationers-Hall[/i], and | by most Booksellers in [i]London[/i], and the Country. 1710. | Price Bound 6 [i]s.[/i] PAGINATION: (not including plate) [2], i-xiv, [16], 1-224, i-ix, [1], 11-360 pp. (223 mispaginated as 221). FRONT MATTER: Dedication, to the Athenian Society (pp. i-[xxiii]); An Heroick Poem upon Mr. Dunton's Six Hundred Projects (pp. [xxiii-xxvii]); Dunton's response to the poem (p. [xxvii]); Alphabetical Table of Contents (pp. [xviii-xxx]). CONTENTS: The majority of the text is prose but there are numerous verse quotations. Quotations shorter than 2 lines have not been recorded. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL DETAILS: BOD 2699 e. 7 has plate facing title page. MISCELLANY GENRES: miscellany is predominantly prose but features extended verse quotations, as well as a number of poems. Much of it appears to originate from the Athenian Mercury.
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Content/Publication
First Line:
And's heraldry he from the muses farms
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p.xi
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Here's Dunton's phiz that new Athenian swain
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pp.[xxiii-xxvii]
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An Heroick Poem Upon Mr. Dunton's Six Hundred Projects; but more especially upon his Picture, facing the Collection of his Writings, entituled Athenianism.
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By the Athenian Society
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Lie still in thy grave for the quiet o' th' nation
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p.ix
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[no title]
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We are all seized with th' Athenian itch
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p.v
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[no title]
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Dr Wild
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Robert Wild
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Hence gilded lusts and mistresses are driven
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p.2
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Then flesh and blood farewell aspire my soul
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p.2
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Yes Chloris I did so refine my love
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p.2
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The saints as well may those bright forms express
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pp.3-4
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Yes Philomela you were so refined
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p.3
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You are the first and brightest soul that ever
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p.3
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A form more fine more accurately wrought
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p.4
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But own withal for truth was ever bold
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p.4
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The gentle Cowley in a mournful strain
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p.4
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Whilst that bright soul that heaven has placed within
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p.4
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Not dull and smoky love but fire divine
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p.5
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We wore no flesh did one another greet
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p.6
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Beasts love like men if men in lust delight
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p.7
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Love thus is pure which is refined
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p.7
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For to secure my heart from all surprise
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p.8
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Since love hath kindled in our eyes
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pp.8-9
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You'd stand amazed and greatly would admire
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p.9
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Saint like she looks an angel if she sing
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p.10
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Sense is enough where senses only woo
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p.10
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To such a subtle purity I was wrought
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p.10
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This is the point where circling pleasures move
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p.11
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When essence meets with essence and souls join
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p.11
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Celestial flames are scarce more bright
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p.12
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I first loved Chloris soul but see
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p.13
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[no title]
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So angels love so let 'em love for me
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p.14
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[no title]
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The proverb holds that to be wise and love
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pp.14-15
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[no title]
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Discreet what means this word discreet
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p.15
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[no title]
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Cowley
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Abraham Cowley
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A serious lover can alone explain
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p.17
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[no title]
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Indeed I must confess
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p.18
Poem Title:
The Mistress
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Cowley
Attributed To:
Abraham Cowley
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Tell me no more of minds embracing minds
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pp.21-22
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[no title]
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Thus Cupid hath by his sly and subtle art
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p.21
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The man who did my picture draw
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p.23
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[no title]
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Cowley
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Abraham Cowley
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Unless we love life's but an empty name
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p.24
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[no title]
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Reason at last has got the day
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pp.26-27
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No prove me absent first which can't be done
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p.27
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[no title]
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Though at first sight you took my heart
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p.27
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[no title]
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In vain alas in vain my fate I shun
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p.28
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[no title]
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The dying swan advanced with silver wings
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p.28
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Ye feathered choir forbear awhile your song
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p.28
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And here and there she innocently slays
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p.29
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What man with thirst of glorious acts would burn
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p.29
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'a Late author' ...'in his poem entituled The Battel of Oudenard, in two Cantos'
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No fears by which our sceptics are distressed
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p.31
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So much a saint I scarce dare call her so
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p.31
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The primitive christian is exemplified
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p.31
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Witness ye everlasting lamps above
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p.31
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In short she is I scarce can tell the best
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p.32
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She is a mortal woman angelized
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p.32
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Such her devotion is as might give rules
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p.32
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A general good the rich may freely come
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p.34
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The hunger starved the naked and the lame
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pp.34-35
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Hate is the nobler passion far
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p.37
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Keep your love true I dare engage that mine
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p.41
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Then can our correspondence have an end
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pp.42-43
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Yes Philomela's true and much above
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p.43
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Death will when once as tis by fate designed
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p.44
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Fair without scorn and witty without pride
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p.46
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So firmly she all sacred truth believed
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p.46
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Yes Chloris is the glory of our stage
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pp.46-47
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A primitive christian and a saint in this
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p.47
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For every turn of human chance prepared
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p.47
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And do like to the twins of cupid's mother
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p.48
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For all your noisy zealots but pretend
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pp.53-54
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But where now sings this western nightingale
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pp.56-57
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If mercy should some humane likeness take
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p.56
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On the fair banks of gentle Thames
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pp.58-59
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[no title]
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Written by Mr. Wats
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Isaac Watts
First Line:
Then double courtship rhyming sin
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p.60
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[no title]
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Princes says Dryden shine not on their thrones
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pp.61-76
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Dignify'd and Distinguish'd: or, a Character of the most Eminent Conformists in the Queen's Dominions. The Second Edition corrected and enlarg'd.
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Then for those double loving rhymes
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p.61
Poem Title:
[Dunton's Prayer for Absolution]
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As the calm night had chased away
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pp.89-92
Poem Title:
The Mathematic Funeral; or a Monument erected to the Memory of the late Pious and Learned Dr. John Wallis, in Algebraic Terms. The Second Edition.
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When as the sun flings down his richest rays
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pp.101-110
Poem Title:
Dunton's Shadow: Or the Character of a Summer Friend
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Whilst fortune keeps thee warm
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p.110
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[no title]
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spoke by the famous Nat. Lee, whilst in Bedlam, and never printed before
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Nathaniel Lee
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The warmth your beams produced you must excuse
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p.118
Poem Title:
To the Athenian Society, In these Words, viz.
Attribution:
N. Tate
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Nahum Tate
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When first the spreading fame the rumour run
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p.118
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And now methinks I rise
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p.119
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The Pindarick Lady (Madam Elizabeth Singer)
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Elizabeth Rowe [nee Singer]
First Line:
The chain of causes and their order shine
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p.119
Poem Title:
[no title]
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Mr. Richardson
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Mr. Richardson
First Line:
Ere Adam was my early days began
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pp.134-135
Poem Title:
The First Aenigma. Other comments: title to this and the following riddles: Three Aenigmatical Poems, sent to Dunton's Apollo, by an unknown Hand, with the Solution of each.
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By an unknown hand
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Frail man so lofty and so big
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p.135
Poem Title:
The Solution
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By an unknown hand
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Gay son of fancy thee all powers obey
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p.135
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The Third Aenigma
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By an unknown Hand
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Stay poet stay methinks you are too bold
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p.135
Poem Title:
The Solution
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By an unknown hand
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What's that each hour grows old and young
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p.135
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The Second Aenigma
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By an unknown hand
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Ah why Ignotus why in vain
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p.136
Poem Title:
The Solution
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Above the tallest most exalted view
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pp.149-152
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Athenian John since tis to you we owe
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p.149
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Life is a passage unto death
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p.152
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As saints when they a vision spy
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pp.153-154
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They are so for no man can tell
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p.153
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Your Fubs is gay but may be chaste
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pp.154-155
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I would be married but I'd have no wife
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p.155
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If Dunton must direct your heart
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pp.155-156
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One Drew first set my heart on fire
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p.176
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All men confess they straight despise
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pp.177-178
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I am that Rachel that you did approve
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p.178
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Mysterious query for tis strange that she
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pp.178-179
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The blessed so take eternity in view
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pp.189-190
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Glory is shared in common all unite
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pp.190-191
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A verse may hit him whom a sermon flies
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p.198
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[no title]
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Herbert
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George Herbert
First Line:
Brentford no no Parnassus hoa I mean
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pp.200-201
Poem Title:
Frolick I. Parnassus Hoa!
Attribution:
By Mr. Dunton
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John Dunton
First Line:
One night when fumes of charming bottle
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pp.202-204
Poem Title:
Frolick II. The Poetick Ramble: Or, a Frolick in Verse. By Mr. Dunton. The Third Edition.
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By Mr. Dunton
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John Dunton
First Line:
Thus to be ridden whipped and spurred
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pp.204-206
Poem Title:
Frolick III. Pegasus: or the Muse on Horse-back.
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By Mr. Anonymus
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I don't pretend as some of late I've seen
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pp.206-208
Poem Title:
Frolick IV. Dunton: - Or, the Projector of the Rhiming Frolick: Being a merry Character of himself, the meanest of all the Poetick Tribe.
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Brave lads now squeeze for room
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pp.208-209
Poem Title:
Frolick V. The Boat's Crew: Or, a merry Health to the Travellers to Parnassus.
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By Mr. Herrick.
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Robert Herrick
First Line:
Long have my prayers slow heaven assailed
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pp.210-211
Poem Title:
Frolick VI. The Superanuated Maid: A Paraphrase upon the XIIIth Ode in Horace Lib. 4.
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If none but fools which are in error blest
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pp.211-212
Poem Title:
Frolick VII. Against Knowledge.
Attribution:
By Mr. Hawkshaw
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Benjamin Hawkshaw
First Line:
Unmannered death thus rudely to alarm
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pp.212-213
Poem Title:
Frolick VIII. Narcissus: Or, an Elegy on a certain Beau (commonly call'd handsome F---) who (falling in Love with himself) dyed admiring his own Person.
Attribution:
By Mr. Anonymus
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Farewell ye gay bubbles fame glory renown
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pp.213-215
Poem Title:
Frolick IX. A King turn'd Thresher.
Attribution:
By Mr. Dunton
Attributed To:
John Dunton
First Line:
You dog y' ha' spoiled my rope twas strong and tight
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p.215
Poem Title:
Frolick X. A Covetous old Fellow having taken Occasion to hang himself a little; another comes in, in the Nick, and cuts him down; but instead of thanking him for his Life, he accuses him for spoiling the Rope.
Attribution:
By Mr. Dunton
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John Dunton
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Blessings in abundance come
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p.216
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[no title]
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Now now the hurly burly's done
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p.216
Poem Title:
Frolick XI. The Wedding Bell.
Attribution:
By Mr. Forde
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Mr. Forde
First Line:
Now sirs th' unwilling willing bride
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pp.216-217
Poem Title:
[no title]
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Chloe why wish you that your years
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pp.217-218
Poem Title:
Frolick XII. To Chloe, who wish'd her self young enough for me.
Attribution:
By Mr Cartwright
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William Cartwright
First Line:
Too charming maid whose viznomy divine
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pp.218-220
Poem Title:
Frolick XIII. On the Bear-fac'd Lady
Attribution:
By Mr. Dunton
Attributed To:
John Dunton
First Line:
A covetous miser who'd think it twas odd
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pp.220-221
Poem Title:
Frolick XIV. The Bishop and the Beggar.
Attribution:
By Mr. Anonymous
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Not attributed
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For naked truth let others write
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pp.221-222
Poem Title:
Frolick XV. The Innocent Friend: Or, the Lyar in Mode and Figure.
Attribution:
By Mr. Dunton
Attributed To:
John Dunton
First Line:
Perhaps if we look in the world we may find
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p.221
Poem Title:
Moral
Attribution:
By Mr. Anonymous
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Not attributed
First Line:
A bonny brisk widow who riches possessed
Page No:
p.222
Poem Title:
Frolick XIV. A Widow wou'd marry.
Attribution:
By Mr. Anonymous
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Not attributed
First Line:
Some ladies by this may perhaps be offended
Page No:
pp.222-221 [i.e. 223]
Poem Title:
Moral
Attribution:
By Mr. Anonymous
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First Line:
Reason thou vain impertinence
Page No:
p.221[i.e. 223]-224
Poem Title:
A Satyr upon Reason.
Attribution:
By Mr. Anonymous
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Let dull philosophers the ignorant tell
Page No:
p.224
Poem Title:
Frolick XVIII. The Amorous Union.
Attribution:
By Mr. F---w
Attributed To:
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First Line:
Rejoice at the disasters of his crown
Page No:
p.iii
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
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First Line:
Death came at last and with a little pin
Page No:
p.32
Poem Title:
[no title]
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First Line:
As his life went out his heaven came in
Page No:
p.50
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
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First Line:
Posterity when histories relate
Page No:
p.51
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
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First Line:
Sam Treacher's dead dear Sam has bid good night
Page No:
pp.52-64
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
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First Line:
Having given all the whores a touch
Page No:
pp.93-99
Poem Title:
Project IV. The He-Strumpets: A Satyr on the Sodomite-Club. The Fourth Edition, alter'd and much enlarg'd.
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First Line:
Then muse look up for here you must essay
Page No:
pp.102-104
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
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First Line:
How long shall death the tyrant reign
Page No:
pp.108-109
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
the pious Watts
Attributed To:
Isaac Watts
First Line:
Weep all ye muses weep over Damon's hearse
Page No:
pp.124-126
Poem Title:
Project VI. The Nightingale; or an Ode upon the Death of Mr. Henry Purcel, who (as 'tis hop'd) is gone to Heaven; where only his Harmony can be exceeded. The Second Edition; to which is now added Mr. Purcel's Epitaph.
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
He that in the morning does forget to pray
Page No:
p.131
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Mr. Randolph
Attributed To:
Thomas Randolph
First Line:
As joyful nature who till then lay mute
Page No:
pp.150-174
Poem Title:
The Dissenting Doctors.
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
The sons of Levi are no sooner come
Page No:
pp.216-219
Poem Title:
The Parson's Son: Or, a Congratulatory Poem to the Ministers Children, on their Annual Feast
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First Line:
But such and only such who do disgrace
Page No:
pp.223-225
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
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First Line:
Since first by heaven's decree the world began
Page No:
pp.304-316
Poem Title:
Project XII. The Beggar mounted; or set a Fellow [of a mean Birth, or Trade] on Horseback he'll ride to the Devil---Being a Satyr on some Mushrome Gentlemen and Ladies (of Dunton's Acquaintaince) who being advanc'd from nothing to a Coach and Six, scarce know themselves, and despite their Friends.
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First Line:
Then happy that man thrice happy he
Page No:
p.322
Poem Title:
[no title]
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First Line:
Hail infant flower heaven's chiefest care
Page No:
pp.326-328
Poem Title:
Project XIV. The Royal Violet; or Purple Monarch.
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First Line:
Neither doth humane love religion harm
Page No:
p.336
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Revered [sic] C---
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Not attributed
First Line:
But experience teacheth best
Page No:
p.344
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
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First Line:
Before my projects all are finished
Page No:
pp.345-350
Poem Title:
Project XVI. The Marry'd Widower; or Dunton in Mourning for the Death of his living Wife, and New Life of his dead Friend, a Paradox...
Attribution:
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