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#The phoenix nest Built vp with the most rare and refined workes of noble men, woorthy knights, gallant gentlemen, masters of arts, and braue schollers. Full of varietie, excellent inuention, and singular delight. Neuer before this time published. Set foorth by R.S. of the Inner Temple Gentleman.# The phoenix nest Built vp with the most rare and refined workes of noble men, woorthy knights, gallant gentlemen, masters of arts, and braue schollers. Full of varietie, excellent inuention, and singular delight. Neuer before this time published. Set foorth by R.S. of the Inner Temple Gentleman.

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##Content Summary##

#####Front##### GEO. CHALMERS ESQ. F.R.S.S.A.〈◊〉 B•QUEST.

  1. This Booke containeth theſe 14. moſt ſpeciall and woorthie workes.

#####Body##### A Preface to the Reader vpon the dead mans Right.I Write not (gentle Reader) to flatter, for the deaA Preface to the Reader vpon the dead mans Right.I Write not (gentle Reader) to flatter, for the dea * A Preface to the Reader vpon the dead mans Right.

  * The dead mans Right.

_ An Elegie, or friends paſſion, for

his Aſtrophill.

_ An Epitaph vpon the right Honorable

ſir Philip Sidney knight: Lord gouernor of Fluſhing.

_ Another of the ſame.

_ The praiſe of Chaſtitie.

  * LENVOY.

_ An excellent Dialogue betweene Conſtancie

and Inconſtancie, as it was by ſpeech preſented to hir Maiestie, in the last Progreſſe at ſir Henrie Leighes houſe. The Preamble to N.B. his Garden plot.SWeete fellow whom I ſware, ſuch ſure affected loue,As neither * The Preamble to N.B. his Garden plot.

  * A ſtrange deſcription of a rare Garden plot,

Written by N. B. Gent.

_ An excellent Dreame of Ladies and

their Riddles: by N. B. Gent.

_ The Cheſſe Play.

  * The King.

  * The Queene.

  * The Knight.

  * The Biſhop.

  * The Rookes.

  * The Pawnes.

  * The nature of the Cheſſe men.

  * LENVOY.

_ A moſt rare, and excellent Dreame, learnedly

ſet downe by a woorthy Gentleman, a braue Scholler, and M. of Artes in both Vniuerſities.

_ Excellent Ditties of diuers kindes, and

rare inuention: written by ſundry Gentlemen. WEepe you my lines for ſorrow whilſt I writeFor you alone may manifeſt my griefe,Your numbers muſt mMVſes helpe me, ſorrow ſwarmeth,Eies are fraught with ſeas of languiſh,Haples hope my ſolace harmethSTriue no more,Forſpoken ioyes to ſpring:Since care hath clipt thy wing:But ſtoope thoſe lampes befoOF ceaſles thoughts my mind hath fram'd his wings,Wherewith he ſoares and climes aboue conceit,And mWHen Pirrha made hir miracle of ſtones,The baſer ſort of flintie molde ſhe fram'd,Whoſe courſe compaALl day I weepe my wearie woes,Then when that night approcheth neere,And euery one his eies doth cloMY fraile and earthly barke by reaſons guide,(Which holds the helme, whilſt will doth yeld the ſaileMIdſt laſting griefes, to haue but ſhort repoſe,In little eaſe, to feede on loath'd ſuſpect,Through OH woods vnto your walks my bodie hies,To looſe the traitrous bonds of ticing Loue,Where trees, wherACcurſt be loue and they that truſt his traines;He taſtes the fruite, whilſt others toyle:He brings NOw I finde, thy lookes were fained,Quickly loſt, and quicklie gained:Softe thy skin, like wooll of THe fatall ſtarre that at my birthday ſhined,Were it of Ioue, or Venus in hir brightnes,All ſad effeFAine to content, I bend my ſelfe to write,But what to write, my minde can ſcarce conceiue:Your radiFVll fraught with vnrecomptles ſweete,Of your faire face that ſtole mine eie,No gladſome day my lookLIke deſart woods, with darkſome ſhades obſcured,Where dredful beaſts, wher hateful horror raignethSFOr pittie pretie eies ſurceaſe,To giue me warre, and graunt me peace,Triumphant eies, why beare youMY bonie Laſſe thine eie,So ſlie,Hath made me ſorrowe ſo:Thy Crimſen cheekes my deere,So cleere,HaueALas my hart, mine eie hath wronged thee,Preſumptious eie, to gaze on Phillis face:Whoſe heauenly ei _ A moſt excellent paſſion ſet downe by N. B. Gent. FEede ſtill thy ſelfe, thou fondling with beliefe,Go hunt thy hope, that neuer tooke effect,Accuſe t _ A notable deſcription of the World. BY wracke late driuen on ſhoare, from Cupids Crare,Whoſe ſailes of error, ſighes of hope and feare,C _ A Counterloue.

_ A deſcription of Loue.

_ The deſcription of Iealouſie.

_ The praiſe of Virginitie.

AWay diſpaire, the death of hopeles harts,For hope and truth, aſſure me long agoe,That pleaſure is tI Hope and feare, that for my weale or woe,That heau'nly lampe, which yeelds both heat & light,To maSIr painter, are thy colours redie ſet,My Miſtreſſe can not be with thee to day,Shee's gone into the Types of content

  • There are 2870 verse lines!
  • There are 51 drama parts! This is prose drama.
  • Oh, Mr. Jourdain, there is prose in there!

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