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Parnassus Biceps [R204146]

DMI number:
1764
Publication Date:
1656
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
R204146
EEBO/ECCO link:
http://gateway.proquest.com/openurl?ctx_ver=Z39.88-2003&res_id=xri:eebo&rft_id=xri:eebo:citation:99863834
Shelfmark:
EEBO
Place of Publication:
London
Genres:
Collection of 17th century verse and Miscellany associated with group of poets
Format:
Octavo
Content/Publication
First Line:
And now more great then when you were
Page No:
pp. 1-3
Poem Title:
The Temper. UPON Dr. JUXON Bishop of LONDON
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Abraham Wright
First Line:
You that profane our windows with a tongue
Page No:
pp. 3-12
Poem Title:
A Poem, In defence of the decent Ornaments of Christ-Church Oxon, occasioned by a Banbury brother, who called them Idolatries
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Oh wound us not with this sad tale forbear
Page No:
pp. 12-16
Poem Title:
An ELEGIE, Upon the death of Sir John Burrowes, Slaine at the Isle of Ree
Attribution:
Attributed To:
John Earles
First Line:
If there be hap any man that dares
Page No:
pp. 16-18
Poem Title:
On a wht blemish in his Mistresse eye
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Abraham Holland
First Line:
The mighty zeal which thou hast late put on
Page No:
pp. 18-21
Poem Title:
To Mr Hammon Parson of Beudly For pulling down the May pole
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Corbett
First Line:
Fie Schollars fie have you such thirsty souls
Page No:
pp. 22-23
Poem Title:
On Mr Sambourne, sometime Sherife of Oxford-shire
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Benjamin Stone
First Line:
Our Oxford Sheriffe of late is grown so wise
Page No:
p. 23
Poem Title:
Upon the Sheriffs Beere [part of previous poem]
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Benjamin Stone
First Line:
I went from England into France
Page No:
pp. 24-28
Poem Title:
A journey into France
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Thomas Goodwyn
First Line:
Why though I be of a prodigious wast
Page No:
pp. 29-30
Poem Title:
BEN: JOHNSON To Burlace
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Benjamin Jonson
First Line:
Keep station nature and rest Heaven sure
Page No:
p. 30
Poem Title:
Upon the death of Prince HENRY
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Henry King
First Line:
Behold this little Volume here enrold
Page No:
pp. 31-32
Poem Title:
On the BIBLE
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
View this large Gallery faced with mats and say
Page No:
pp. 32-34
Poem Title:
Upon some piecesof work in York House
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Lewis
First Line:
Ye glorious trifles of the East
Page No:
pp. 34-5
Poem Title:
Sir Henry Wotton on Q. ELIZABETH
Attribution:
Sir Henry Wotton
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Well fare the Muses which in well chimb'd
Page No:
pp. 36-8
Poem Title:
On the Princes birth
Attribution:
Attributed To:
James Shirley
First Line:
Go happy Paper by command
Page No:
pp. 39-40
Poem Title:
A Letter to his Mistresse
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Did not my sorrows sighd into a verse
Page No:
pp. 40-42
Poem Title:
On the Earle of Pembroke's Death
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Jasper Mayne
First Line:
Love give me leave to serve thee and be wise
Page No:
pp. 43-44
Poem Title:
Upon his chast Mistresse
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Thomas Randolph
First Line:
Such as your Fathers Pictures that we doe
Page No:
pp. 45-46
Poem Title:
On a Painters handsome Daughter
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Cartwright
First Line:
Even so dead Hector thrice was triumphd on
Page No:
pp. 46-47
Poem Title:
To Dr Price writing Anniversaries on Prince HENRY
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Corbett
First Line:
Nor is it grieved grave you the memory
Page No:
pp. 47-48
Poem Title:
A Reply upon an Answer to the former Copy
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Corbett
First Line:
O thou deformed unwomanlike desease
Page No:
pp. 48-49
Poem Title:
On a Lady that dyed of the small pox
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Corbett
First Line:
Sing and be merry King Charles is come back
Page No:
pp. 50-53
Poem Title:
Upon the Kings Returne to the City of London when he came last thether from Scotland and was entertained there by the Lord Mayor
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Let abler pens commend those leaves whose fame
Page No:
pp. 54-54
Poem Title:
Upon the Kings-Book bound up in a Cover coloured with His Blood
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Abraham Wright
First Line:
Come grand Apollo tun my Lyre
Page No:
pp. 55-57
Poem Title:
Upon the Nuptials of John Talbot Esquire, and Mistresse Elizabeth Kite
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
By this large margent did the Poet mean
Page No:
pp. 57-58
Poem Title:
Upon Aglaura Printed in Folio
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Brome
First Line:
Wake my Adonis doe not die
Page No:
pp. 59-60
Poem Title:
Venus lachrimans
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Cartwright
First Line:
Hear me as if thy eares had palate Jack
Page No:
pp. 60-63
Poem Title:
An Ode in the praise of Sack
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Enter and see this tomb Sirs doe not fear
Page No:
p. 63
Poem Title:
An Epitaph on some bottles of Sack and Claret laid in sand
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Robert Wild
First Line:
Behold those faire eyes in whose sight
Page No:
pp. 64-65
Poem Title:
Upon a Picture
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Henry Blount
First Line:
Her for a Mistresse would I faine enjoy
Page No:
p. 64
Poem Title:
How to choose a Mistresse
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
You Ladies that wear Cypresse vailes
Page No:
p. 65
Poem Title:
On Ladies Attire
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Corbett
First Line:
Black Cypresse vailes are shrowds of night
Page No:
p. 66
Poem Title:
The Answer
Attribution:
Attributed To:
John Grange
First Line:
A Beauty smoother then the Ivory plaine
Page No:
p. 67
Poem Title:
On a Gentlewoman that had the Small-Pox
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
Hide not your sprouting lip nor kill
Page No:
pp. 67-68
Poem Title:
On a faire Gentlewomans blistered lip
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
Keep on your mask and hide your eye| For if you let me live I dye
Page No:
pp. 68-70
Poem Title:
To his Mistresse
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Thomas Carew
William Strode
First Line:
Why slight you her whom I approve
Page No:
pp. 70-71
Poem Title:
A lover to one dispraising his Mistresse
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Henry King
First Line:
Whatsoere birds in groves are bred
Page No:
pp. 71-72
Poem Title:
On the death of a faire Gentlewomans Robin-redbrest
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Meerely for death to grieve and mourne
Page No:
pp. 72-73
Poem Title:
On the death of Sir Tho: Pelham
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
When whispering straines with creeping wind
Page No:
pp. 74-75
Poem Title:
Of Musick
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
If shadows be a Pictures excellence
Page No:
pp. 75-77
Poem Title:
On a black Gentlewoman
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Walton Poole
First Line:
Ile tell you how the Rose did first grow red
Page No:
p. 75
Poem Title:
To his Mistresse
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Baker
William Strode
First Line:
I saw faire Cloris walk alone
Page No:
pp. 77-78
Poem Title:
On a Gentlewoman walking in the Snow
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
Within a fleece of silent waters drowned
Page No:
p. 78
Poem Title:
Upon one dead in the snow
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Browne
First Line:
Within this grave there is a grave intombd
Page No:
pp. 79-80
Poem Title:
On a woman dyng in travell the child unborne
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Browne
First Line:
Ill busied man why shouldst thou take such care
Page No:
p. 80
Poem Title:
On Man
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Henry King
First Line:
Tell me you anti-Saints why glasse
Page No:
p. 81
Poem Title:
On Faireford Windows
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Corbett
First Line:
Be silent you still musick of the sphears
Page No:
p. 82
Poem Title:
On a Gentlewoman playing on the Lute
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
When I do love I would notwishto speed
Page No:
pp. 82-83
Poem Title:
On Love
Attribution:
Attributed To:
John Vaughan
First Line:
I hold the faith
Page No:
p. 83
Poem Title:
The Catholick
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
I know no paint of Poetry
Page No:
pp. 84-86
Poem Title:
On Faireford windowes
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
Marry and love thy Flavia for sh
Page No:
pp. 86-88
Poem Title:
On the praise of an ill-favourd Gentlewoman
Attribution:
Attributed To:
John Donne
First Line:
The most insulting tyrant can but be
Page No:
pp. 88-89
Poem Title:
Upon Heavens best Image, hs faire and vertuous Mistresse M.S.
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Faire boy alasse why fliest thou me
Page No:
p. 91 [90]
Poem Title:
The black maid to the faire boy
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Henry Reynolds
First Line:
Black girle complaine not that I fly
Page No:
pp. 91-92 [90-91]
Poem Title:
His Answer
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Henry King
First Line:
Read faire maid and know the heat
Page No:
p. 92 [91]
Poem Title:
Verses sent to a Lady, which she sending back unread, were returned with this inscription
Attribution:
Attributed To:
George Morley
First Line:
On a day 'tis in thy power
Page No:
pp. 93-94 [92-93]
Poem Title:
The Verses
Attribution:
Attributed To:
George Morley
First Line:
He thats imprisoned in this narrow room
Page No:
p. 95 [94]
Poem Title:
Barclay his Epitaph
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
My limbs were weary and my head opprest
Page No:
pp. 94-95 [93-94]
Poem Title:
The Nightingale
Attribution:
Attributed To:
George Morley
First Line:
So soft streams meet so streams with glader smiles
Page No:
pp. 96-97 [95-97]
Poem Title:
A welcome to Sack
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Robert Herrick
First Line:
Not kiss by Jove I must and make impression
Page No:
pp. 97-100
Poem Title:
A Paradox on the praise of a painted face
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
When Orpheus sweetly did complain
Page No:
pp. 100-101
Poem Title:
A Song
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
Griefs prodigals where are you unthrifts wher
Page No:
pp. 101-102
Poem Title:
Upon Mr. Hoptons death
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Henry Halswell
First Line:
Am I once more blest with a grace so high
Page No:
pp. 102-104
Poem Title:
On his Mistresse eye
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Welcome abroad o welcome from your bed
Page No:
pp. 104-106
Poem Title:
To Dr. Griffith heald of a strange cure by Bernard Wright of Oxford
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
Beat on proud billows Boreas blow
Page No:
pp. 107-110
Poem Title:
The Liberty and Requiem of an imprisoned Royalist
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Sir Roger L'Estrange
First Line:
Well well 'tis true
Page No:
pp110-112 To his imperious Mistresse
Poem Title:
[no title]
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Alexander Brome
First Line:
When I pass Paul's and travel on the walk
Page No:
pp. 112-113
Poem Title:
On Dr. Ravis Bishop of London
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Corbett
First Line:
Because of fleshy mould we be
Page No:
pp. 114-115
Poem Title:
On Dr. Langton
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
Thou that by ruine do'st repair
Page No:
pp. 115-116
Poem Title:
To the Bell-Founder of great Tom of Christ-Church in Oxford
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Corbett
First Line:
What mystery is this that I should find
Page No:
pp. 117-118
Poem Title:
On a Gentleman, that kissing his Mistresse left blood upon her
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
No spring nor summers beauty hath such grace
Page No:
pp. 118-119
Poem Title:
On an aged Gentlewoman
Attribution:
Attributed To:
John Donne
First Line:
Farewell fair Saint may not the Seas and wind
Page No:
p. 120
Poem Title:
On his Mistresse going to Sea
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Were they not Angells sang did not mine eares
Page No:
pp. 121-122
Poem Title:
A Copy of Verses spoke to King CHARLES by way of entertainment when he was pleas'd to grace S. John's Colledge with his visit. 1636.
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Abraham Wright
First Line:
Tis done and now wheres he that cryed it down
Page No:
pp. 122-124
Poem Title:
Upon the new Quadrangle of St Johns Colledge in Oxfrod, built by the most Reverend Father in God the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Abraham Wright
First Line:
Blind fortune if thou wants a guide
Page No:
pp. 124-125
Poem Title:
Fortunes Legacy
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Martin Harvey
First Line:
Whether sweet Mistresse I should most
Page No:
pp. 126-127
Poem Title:
Upon a Gentlewomans entertainment of him
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Abraham Wright
First Line:
Grieve not faire maid cause you are black so's she
Page No:
p. 128
Poem Title:
To a black Gentlewoman Mistresse A.H.
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Abraham Wright
First Line:
As when the vestall hearth went out no fire
Page No:
pp. 129-133
Poem Title:
To the Memory of BEN JOHNSON
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Jasper Mayne
First Line:
I wonder that you should send for the Cloak
Page No:
pp. 134-135
Poem Title:
An Answer to the Letter of the Cloake
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Bond
First Line:
Hark my Flora love doth call us
Page No:
pp. 136-137
Poem Title:
Loves Courtship
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Cartwright
First Line:
Must then our loves be short still must we chuse
Page No:
pp. 137-141
Poem Title:
Upon the death of the Lord Stafford, the last of his name
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Cartwright
First Line:
Unequall nature that dost load not pair
Page No:
pp. 141-142
Poem Title:
Upon the same
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Richard Godfrey
First Line:
With face and fashion to be known
Page No:
pp. 143-145
Poem Title:
A Song of the Precise Cut
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Strode
First Line:
Could we judge here most vertuous Madam then
Page No:
pp. 146-147
Poem Title:
Upon the Lady Paulets Gift to the University of Oxford: Being an exact piece of Needle-work presenting the whole story of the Incarnation, Passion, Resurrection, and Ascension of our Saviour
Attribution:
Attributed To:
William Cartwright
First Line:
Madam your work's all miracle and you
Page No:
pp. 148-149
Poem Title:
On the same
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Edward Dalby
First Line:
Lady| You have drawn and are all graces none so true
Page No:
pp. 150-153
Poem Title:
On the same
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Thomas Gawen
First Line:
Come leave that saucy way
Page No:
pp. 154-156
Poem Title:
Against BEN: JOHNSON
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Owen Felltham
First Line:
When first the Magick of thine eye
Page No:
pp. 157-158
Poem Title:
Upon a Gentlewoman who broke her vow
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Henry King
First Line:
All Poets Hippocrene admire
Page No:
pp. 158-159
Poem Title:
A Song upon a Winepot
Attribution:
Attributed To:
N. N.
First Line:
I mean to sing of Englands fate
Page No:
pp. 159-160
Poem Title:
A Song
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Seeing thou wouldst bewitch'd by some ill charms
Page No:
p. 159
Poem Title:
To one married to an old man
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Edmund Waller
First Line:
The Parliament cries arme the King says no
Page No:
p. 161
Poem Title:
Upon the Times
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
TV DeVs IaM propItIVs aIs regI regnoqVe hVIC CnIVerso
Page No:
p. 161
Poem Title:
A double Chronogram (the one in Latine the other in the English of that Latine) upon the year 1642
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
Saw you the Cloak at Church to day
Page No:
p. 162
Poem Title:
On the Noble-mans Sons Cloak that refused to wear a Gown in Oxford
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed
First Line:
What Magick art
Page No:
p. 163
Poem Title:
On Alma's voyce
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Not attributed