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#The Harmony of the muses, or, The gentlemans and ladies choisest recreation full of various, pure and transcendent wit : containing severall excellent poems, some fancies of love, some of disdain, and all the subjects incident to the passionate affections either of men or women / heretofore written by those unimitable masters of learning and invention, Dr. Joh. Donn, Dr. Hen. King, Dr. W. Stroad [et al].# The Harmony of the muses, or, The gentlemans and ladies choisest recreation full of various, pure and transcendent wit : containing severall excellent poems, some fancies of love, some of disdain, and all the subjects incident to the passionate affections either of men or women / heretofore written by those unimitable masters of learning and invention, Dr. Joh. Donn, Dr. Hen. King, Dr. W. Stroad [et al].

##General Summary##

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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. 2003-05 TCP Assigned for keying and markup
  2. 2003-05 Aptara Keyed and coded from ProQuest page images
  3. 2004-11 Ben Griffin Sampled and proofread
  4. 2004-11 Ben Griffin Text and markup reviewed and edited
  5. 2005-01 pfs Batch review (QC) and XML conversion

##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. The Frontispiece.

  2. TO THE READERS.

#####Body#####

  1. THE HARMONY OF THE MUSES.

    _ On the Choice of a Mistris.

    _ An Elegie made by I. D.

    _ The Rapture, by J. D.

    _ The Extreames, by T. C.

    _ A Sonnet.

    _ Man's Miserie, by Dr. K.

    _ The Surfeit.

    _ To his Mistris.

    _ An Incouragement for young Lovers.

    _ The choice of a Mistris.

    _ To Mr. J. W. a Parson in Devon. Inviting him to come up to London. By Joh. Myns.

    _ A Farewell to the World by Sir K. D.

    _ An Elgie by Dr. K. occasioned by his owne sicknesse.

    _ Of Love and Death.

    _ In praise of black Women; by T. R.

    _ Loves Elizium.

    _ T•a Wench desiring Money.

    _ A Sonnet.

    _ A Health.

    _ Vpon his Mistris cut finger.

    _ LOVE'S Hue and Cry.

    _ Loves Progress by Dr. Don.

    _ On Black eyes by J. D:

    _ The Spring.

    _ His Mistris commanding the return of Letters.

    _ To his coy Mistris.

    _ On age, or an old Face.

    _ A Maids Denyall.

    _ A Blush.

    _ To one that was like his Mistris.

    _ On a Fly that flew into Celia's Eye.

    _ On the Snow falling on his Mistris breast.

    _ On the drawing his Mistris Picture.

    _ A Pastorall, by T. R.

    _ Phillis.

    _ Two Gentlemen inviting each other to sing.

    _ A Sonnet in praise of Musick.

    _ On Iealousie.

    _ A Caveat to his Mistris.

    _ An Embleme of Youth, Age, and Death, expressed in a Cherry-stone, on the one side is cut a young Damsel, on the other an old Beldam, The stone Hyeroglifically expresseth Death.

    _ To his Lady.

    _ A Description of a wisht Mistris.

    _ Ad Amicum.

    _ The Question of a Lady that was newly wedded.

    _ Dr. Dun's Answer to a Lady.

    _ Of his estate with Love.

    _ When he had written this, she read it, and said, that he writ it more to shew his wit, then for any good will, whereupon he thus replyed.

    _ To his Love upon complaint of the uncertainty of his estate: She answered him, that he should never have cause to repent.

    _ To his Love when she said that her love was a burthen unto him.

    _ To his Mistris on New-years-day.

    _ To a Friend, on the word Wife.

    _ Vpon a Merchant.

    _ Ti his Love upon New-years Even, when they were upon parting.

    _ To his Heart.

    _ The Hearts Answer.

    _ A Reply to his Heart.

    _ The Hearts Answer.

    _ Of Love.

    _ When he was to go into the Countrey.

    _ To his only one when he was in the Country.

    _ To her again.

    _ When she told him she loved as well as he.

    _ To his Love.

    _ A Fancie of Love.

    _ When he knew not how to please her.

    _ In truth.

    _ Vpon a Discourtesie.

    _ Vpon May-Day.

    _ Of his Love, upon his purpose to travell.

    _ To his Mistris of Love and Hate.

    _ His Dyet.

    _ Against Marriage.

    _ Against Melancholy.

    _ Dr. Iohn Dun's Will.

  2. Elegies by Mr. W. M.

    _ An Elegie on a Sexton.

    _ On a Scrivener.

    _ An Elegie on a Barber.

    _ An Elegie on a Mason.

    _ On a Trumpeter.

    _ An Elegie on a Sailour.

    _ An Elegie on a Hunter.

    _ An Elegie on a Tinker.

    _ An Elegie on a Smith.

    _ An Elegie on Squire Bug a Shooemaker.

    _ An Elegie on a Tapster.

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  • Oh, Mr. Jourdain, there is prose in there!

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