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Delight and pastime: or, pleasant diversion for both sexes [ESTC R42126]

DMI number:
1675
Publication Date:
1697
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
R42126
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Shelfmark:
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Full Title:
[g]Delight and Pastime:[/g] | OR, | Pleasant Diversion | FOR | Both Sexes. | Consisting of Good History | and Morality, Witty Jests, Smart | Repartees, and Pleasant Fancies; | free from Obscene and Prophane | Expressions, too frequent in other | Works of this kind; whereby | the Age is corrupted in a great | measure, and Youth inflamed to | Loose and Wanton Thoughts. | [i]This[/i] [g]Collection[/g] [i]may serve to frame their[/i] | Minds [i]to such Flashes of[/i] WIT, [i]as | may be agreeable to Civil and Genteel[/i] | CONVERSATION. | [rule] | By [i]G.M.[/i] | [rule] | LONDON: | Printed for [i]J.Sprint[/i] at the [i]Bell,[/i] and | [i]G.Conyers[/i] at the [i]Gold-Ring[/i] in [i]Little-Britain,[/i] | over-against the [i]Sugar-Loaf,[/i] 1697. [i]Price,[/i] I [i]s.[/i]
Place of Publication:
London
Genres:
Collection of extracts/snippets and Collection of educational texts
Format:
Octavo
Price:
I s.
Comments:
Collection of short prose pieces with epitaphs and other verse Some French verse Some Latin verse
Other matter:
Prefatory matter: 1. Dedication 'To The Honourable Edward Irby Esq;', p. iii 2. Preface 'To the Reader', pp. v-vi 3. The Contents, p.vii
Related Miscellanies
Title:
Miscellanea: or, a choice collection of wise and ingenious sayings, &c. [ESTC R31228]
Publication Date:
1694
ESTC No:
R31228
Volume:
1 of 1
Relationship:
Reissue
Comments:
Related People
Dedicatee:
Edward Irby
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Absolute (100%)
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Publisher:
George Conyers
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Absolute (100%)
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Editor:
Guy Miege
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Absolute (100%)
Comments:
Title page: 'By G. M.'
Publisher:
John Sprint
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Absolute (100%)
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Content/Publication
First Line:
Great persecutors of the land
Page No:
p. 78
Poem Title:
XI. This following Epigram was made against Bell-Ringers, as a troublesome sort of Men in Society;
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First Line:
The Queen was brought by water to Whitehall
Page No:
pp.113-114
Poem Title:
IX. Upon the Removal of Queen Elizabeth's Body from Richmond (where she died) by water to Whitehall, there were written these passionate doleful Lines.
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First Line:
Reader wonder think it none
Page No:
pp. 114-5
Poem Title:
X. Upon Prince Henry, eldest Son of King James I.
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First Line:
Seek not reader here to find
Page No:
pp. 115-6
Poem Title:
XII. Upon the great Gustavus, King of Sweden, who died Victor in the Field.
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First Line:
Look man before thee how thy death hasteth
Page No:
pp. 122-3
Poem Title:
XXX. Another did set down for his Epitaph this godly Admonition.
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First Line:
England hath his body for she it hath fed
Page No:
pp. 124-5
Poem Title:
XXXVII. Upon Sir Philip Sidney, I find this;
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First Line:
Short was thy life
Page No:
p. 125
Poem Title:
XXXVIII. Upon a Young Man of great hope, a Student of Oxford made this;
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First Line:
When Vere sought death armed with his sword and shield
Page No:
p. 125
Poem Title:
XXXIX. Upon Sir Francis Vere
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First Line:
Here lieth Menalcas as dead as a log
Page No:
p.126
Poem Title:
XLI. This following was made for a bad Liver, who was buried in the Night under the Name of Menalcas, and that without any Ceremony.
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First Line:
Here lies he who in his life
Page No:
p. 128
Poem Title:
XLVII. On a litigious Man;
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First Line:
We lived one and twenty years
Page No:
pp. 128-9
Poem Title:
XLVIII. One, who had a Shrew to his Wife, writ upon her this Epitaph;
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First Line:
Here lies M F the son of a bearward
Page No:
pp. 129-30
Poem Title:
L. Upon a notorious Liar, basely extracted, yet by reason of his Name claiming Kindred of a most noble Family, this Epitaph was made.
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First Line:
A zealous locksmith died of late
Page No:
p. 130
Poem Title:
LII. Upon a Puritan Lock-smith.
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First Line:
Come gentle reader gentle friend
Page No:
p. 132
Poem Title:
LVI. Upon Cosier, the Cobbler;
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First Line:
Here at last doth she lie in quiet
Page No:
p. 133
Poem Title:
LIX. Upon a troublesom, talkative Woman;
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