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#Poems and translations amorous, lusory, morall, divine [collected and translated] by Edvvard Sherburne ...# Poems and translations amorous, lusory, morall, divine [collected and translated] by Edvvard Sherburne ...

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#####Front##### Sold by Thomas Dring at ye George in fleetſtreete neere Cliffords Inn. 1651NOBILISSIMO AMICISSIMO CANDIDISSIMOQUE PECTORI HOMAE STANLEIO ARMIGERO; ΜΟΥΣΑΓΗΤΗ PRAESTANTISSmo QUO #####Body#####

  1. EROTICA.

    _ SALMACIS

    _ The Metamorphoſis of LYRIAN and SYLVIA,

    _ Forſaken LYDIA. THE Rape of Hellen, Out of the Greek OF COLUTHUS▪ By EDVVARD SHERBURNE Eſq;LONDON, Printed by W. Hun

    • Vpon the Title.

    • The Rape of HELLEN, out of the Greek of Coluthus.

    • Vpon COLUTHUS.

  2. LUDICRA.

    _ THE SYRACUSIANS, OR ADONIS FESTIVAL. Theocrit. Idyl. 15.

    _ THE SUN-RISE.

    _ The Night: OR, The fair Mourner.

    _ I SOSPIRI.

    _ The Surpriſe.

    _ Chloris Eyes and Breaſts.

    _ Love's Arithmetick.

    _ Caelia weeping. A Dialogue.

    _ The Vow.

    _ Ice & Fire.

    _ Novo Inamoramento.

    _ Caelia's Eyes. A Dialogue.

    _ The Reſemblance.

    _ Love once, Love ever.

    _ The Pendants.

    _ The ſweet Meat.

    _ Violets in Thaumantia's Boſome.

    _ The Dream.

    _ An old Shepheard to a young Nymph.

    _ Beauty encreaſed by Pity.

    _ Weeping and Kiſſing.

    _ The Dilemma.

    _ Change defended.

    _ The Microcoſme.

    _ The Defeat.

    _ Amore ſecreto.

    _ A Maid in Love with a Youth blind of one Eye.

    _ The broken Faith.

    _ Complaint on the Death of Sylvia, to the River.

    _ A Shepheard inviting a Nymph to his Cottage.

    _ To Ligurinus. Horat. Carm. l. 4. Od. 10. Paraphraſticè.

    _ The Penitent Murderer. Theocrit. Idyl. 31. 〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉.

    _ The Shepheard. Theocrit. Idyl. 21.

    _ The Paſtorall Wooing. Daphnis, and Shepheardeſs. Theocrit. Idyl. 28.

    _ On the Picture of Icarus in Wax. Marino.

    _ On a Marble Statue of Nero, which falling kill'd a Child. Marino.

    _ On Paula. Mart. l. 9. Epig. 5.

    _ On an Ill Husband and Wife. Mart. l. 8. Epigr. 34.

    _ On Candidus, a rich Miſer. Mart. l. 3. Epig. 26.

    _ On Baſſus a Pittifull Poet. Mart. l. 5. Epigr. 53.

    _ On a Boy kill•d by the fall of an Iceſicle. Mart. l. 4. Epig. 18.

    _ On Neſtor a whiſperer. Mart. l. 3. Epig. 28.

    _ On Martinia, an old, old, leacherous— Mart. l. 3. Epigr. 32.

    _ On Philomuſe, a needy Newesmonger. Mart. l. 9. Epig. 35.

    _ On Aulus a Poet-Hater. Mart. l. 8. Epig. 63.

    _ On Lentinus, being troubled with an Ague. Mart. l. 12. Epig. 17.

    _ To Priſcus. Mart. l. 8. Epigr. 11.

    _ On Phoebus that wore leather Caps. Mart l. Epig.

    _ On Horace a poor fellow. Mart. l. 4. Epigr. 2.

    _ On a Swallow torn in Peeces by her Fellowes. Mart. l. 5. Epig. 67.

    _ To Apollo purſuing Daphne. Auſon.

    _ De Erotio Puella. Mart. l. 5. Epigr. 38.

    _ On Mancinus a Prating Braggart. Mart. l. 4. Epig. 61.

    _ On Picens. Mart. l. 8. Epig. 62.

    _ On Caius, one of large Promiſes, but ſmall Performances. Mart. l. 10. Epig. 16.

    _ To Poſthumus, an Ill Liver. Mart. l. 5. Epigr. 58.

    _ To Theleſinus. Mart. l. 3. Epigr. 40.

    _ On Cinna a bold Suter. Mart. l. 3. Epigr. 60.

    _ The happy life. To Julius Martialis. Mart. l. 10. Epig. 47.

    _ Epitaphium Glaucae. Mart. l. 6. Epig. 28.

    _ To Sextus. Mart. l. 2. Epig. 3.

    _ To Maximus. Mart. l. 7. Epig. 72.

    _ To Stella. Mart. l. 7. Epigr. 35.

    _ On Parthenopaeus. Mart. l. 11. Epig. 87.

    _ On Philaenus. Mart. l. 11. Epigr. 102.

    _ The Choice of his Miſtris. Mart. l. Epigr.

    _ To Sextus. Mart. l. 2. Epig. 55.

    _ On Baucis, an old drunken Crone. Antholog. Graec.

    _ On Captain Anſa, a bragging Run-away. Caſimire.

    _ To Fuſcus. Mart. l. 1. Epig. 55.

    _ On Marcus Anton: Primus his Picture. Mart. l. 10. Epig. 32.

    _ Horat.

    _ Ad Puellam edentulam. Mart. l. 2. Epig. 41.

    _ Epitaph on an old drunken Crone. Ex Antipatr. Sidon.

    _ On Bibinus, a notorious Drunkard. Scaliger.

    _ On poor Codrus, who though blind, was yet in Love. Mart. l. 3. Epig. 15.

  3. ETHICA.

    _ Auſonii Ludus ſeptum Sapientum.

    • The Prologue. Enter Comedian.A Thenian Solon, Fame ſings, wrote at Delphis〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉; whoſe ſenſe, Enter Solon.LOe! on the Roman Stage is Solon come,Clad in his Graecian Ornaments: To whomFame gave tEnter Chilon.MY Hips with ſitting, Eyes with ſeeing ake,Expecting when Solon an End would make.How lEnter Cleobulus.I Cleobulus, though my Native SeatBe a ſmall Iſle, am Author of a greatAnd glorious Enter Thales.I'm Thales, who maintain (as Pindar ſings)VVater to be th' originall of Things,〈◊〉 me VEnter Bias.I Am Priaenean Bias, who once taught〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉, That moſt men are naught. Enter Pittacus.I'm Pittacus, who once this Maxime penn'd,〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉, That's Time apprEnter Periander.NOw on the Stage ſee Periander move!He who once ſaid, and what he ſaid will prove〈 i _ The Sentences of thoſe ſeven Sages, comprehended in as many Septenaries.

    • Bias Prieneus▪

    • Pittacus Mitylenaeus.

    • Cleobulus Lindius.

    • Beriander Corinthius.

    • Solon Athenienſis.

    • Chilo Lacedaemonius.

    • Thales Mileſius.

    _ Amphion, or a City well ordered.

    _ Vertue improv'd by ſuffering.

    _ To Mr Stanley, on his unimitable Poems.

    _ On his Tranſlation of Oronta.

    _ To Mr James Shirley, on his Way of Grammer explained in Engliſh Verſe.

    _ In Idem, ad Eundem.

  4. SACRA.

    _ To the Eternall WISEDOME; Vpon the Diſtraction of the Times.

    _ Draw Me, and I will follow Thee.

    _ If a Man ſhould give all the ſubſtance of his Houſe for Love, he would value it as nothing, Cant. 8.

    _ And they laid him in a Manger.

    _ On the Innocents ſlain by Herod.

    _ Chriſto Smarrito.

    _ Chriſtus Mathaeum & diſcipulos alloquitur.

    _ Conſcience.

    _ And ſhe waſhed his Feet with her Teares, and wiped them with the Hairs of her Head.

    _ Good Fryday.

    _ Mary Magdalen weeping under the Croſs.

    _ On the Receiving of the bleſſed Sacrament.

    _ The Meſſage.

    _ The Fountain.

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  1. Errata.

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  • There are 3655 verse lines!
  • There are 113 drama parts! This is verse drama.
  • Oh, Mr. Jourdain, there is prose in there!

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