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#VVit a sporting in a pleasant grove of new fancies by H.B.#

##Bold, Henry, 1627-1683.## VVit a sporting in a pleasant grove of new fancies by H.B. Bold, Henry, 1627-1683.

##General Summary##

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Availability

This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing financial support to the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership. This Phase I text is available for reuse, according to the terms of Creative Commons 0 1.0 Universal. The text can be copied, modified, distributed and performed, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.

Major revisions

  1. 2004-02 TCP Assigned for keying and markup
  2. 2004-02 Aptara Keyed and coded from ProQuest page images
  3. 2004-04 Jonathan Blaney Sampled and proofread
  4. 2004-04 Jonathan Blaney Text and markup reviewed and edited
  5. 2004-07 pfs Batch review (QC) and XML conversion

##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. THE AUTHOR, TO THE READER.

#####Body#####

  1. A Pleasant Grove of new Fancies.

  2. His Choyce.

  3. To his Mistress when she was going into the Country.

  4. The Knell.

  5. The Perfume.

  6. To his Mistress on her scorne.

  7. The Question and Anwser.

  8. To his Worthy friend and Mistress.

  9. To his Mistress.

  10. Anagramme.

  11. Maides and Wives.

  12. A drunken brabler.

  13. Loves Motion.

  14. On Church bells.

  15. Loves Apostacy to his friend Mr. E. D.

  16. The broken-heart-song.

  17. Women are mens shadows.

  18. Women are not mens shadows. E. Contra.

  19. An Epigram.

  20. Another Epigram.

  21. Of one Mary Frail, who lay with Mr. Reason.

  22. The new Petition.

  23. The Widdow Bride.

  24. The true, and happy state of Love.

  25. A trick for your Learning.

  26. The Vsurer.

  27. To a Detractor.

  28. A Complaint of his seperation from his Mistris, caused by his fri•nds injunction:

  29. An Elegiack Sonnet.

  30. To the Slanderer.

  31. That he is love sick and cannot write Verses.

  32. The bag of the Bee.

  33. To his Mistris.

  34. His Protestation to his Mistris.

  35. Vpon Love.

  36. To his Mistris.

  37. On himself.

  38. To the Virgins to make much of time.

  39. Vpon Cupid.

  40. Vpon her Brests.

  41. Vpon himself.

  42. Draw-Gloves.

  43. To •he Rose.

  44. How Violets came blew.

  45. Counsel not to love.

  46. On the Willow-tree.

  47. To his Mistris to command him any thing.

  48. A Hymne to Venus.

  49. The good night to the Bride▪

  50. The Willow-Garland.

  51. To a Teltale.

  52. To Baull, the Cryer.

  53. On deaf Joan, the Ale-wife.

  54. To Zounds the Swaggerer▪

  55. To the same.

  56. To his Mistris.

  57. On Love.

  58. To his Mistris.

  59. The Fairies.

  60. Cherry-Pit.

  61. To Robbin Redbrest.

  62. His Vision to his Mistris.

  63. Charon and Philomel, A Dialogue sung.

  64. To his Mistris.

  65. To his Mistris, on the Day-break.

  66. Stool-ball.

  67. The May-pole.

  68. To his Mistris.

  69. Charmes.

  70. Another.

  71. Another, to bring in the Witch.

  72. Another Charm for Stables.

  73. Upon Cupid.

  74. A Vow to Venus.

  75. Charms.

  76. Another.

  77. Another.

  78. St. Distaffs day, or the morrow after Twelf day.

  79. On Poets.

  80. Of Warr.

  81. On Josephs Cloke.

  82. DREAMS.

    _ The first Dream.

    _ On Phillis Close Nun-like Retirement.

    _ Phillis Nun-like Coyness.

    _ The second Dream.

    _ PHILLIS her Lute.

    _ PHILLIS Hand and Glove.

    _ His third Dream of FILLIS Evening Walk and Voice.

    _ FILLIS and the Nightingale.

    _ His fourth Dream of Cressas Funeral, the Love of Difloris.

    _ Epitaph.

  83. PHILLIS Complaint.

  84. On his retired Lady.

Types of content

  • There are 1908 verse lines!
  • There are 17 drama parts! This is verse drama.
  • Oh, Mr. Jourdain, there is prose in there!

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