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#Naps upon Parnassus. A sleepy muse nipt and pincht, though not awakened such voluntary and jovial copies of verses, as were lately receiv'd from some of the wits of the universities, in a frolick, dedicated to Gondibert's mistress by Captain Jones and others. Whereunto is added from demonstration of the authors prosaick excellency's, his epistle to one of the universities, with the answer; together with two satyrical characters of his own, of a temporizer, and an antiquary, with marginal notes by a friend to the reader. Vide Jones his legend, drink sack and gunpowder, and so fall to't.#

##Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688.## Naps upon Parnassus. A sleepy muse nipt and pincht, though not awakened such voluntary and jovial copies of verses, as were lately receiv'd from some of the wits of the universities, in a frolick, dedicated to Gondibert's mistress by Captain Jones and others. Whereunto is added from demonstration of the authors prosaick excellency's, his epistle to one of the universities, with the answer; together with two satyrical characters of his own, of a temporizer, and an antiquary, with marginal notes by a friend to the reader. Vide Jones his legend, drink sack and gunpowder, and so fall to't. Flatman, Thomas, 1637-1688.

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##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. An Advertiſement to the READER.

  2. Naps upon Parnaſſus.

    _ Ʋpon the Infernal Shades of the Authors Poems: or, The hooded Hawk.

    _ Incerti Authoris.

    _ To his Ingenuous Friend, the unknown Author of the following Poems.

    _ To the Abſtruſe Authour on his Night-work Poems.

    _ On Mr. Somebody's Poeticall Naps upon Parnaſſus.

    _ Sonetto in Lode del Autore. Or in plain Engliſh, A Jews Letter in Ink to commend our Negro.

    _ Drollery. Carmen Proverbiale Exclamatorium in laudem Authoris. Pars priorO Decus Anglorum! Vates famoſe tuorum

    • Carmen Proverbiale Exclamatorium in laudem Authoris. Pars prior

    • The ſecond Part in the Authours Language,

    _ A Son amice, l' Autheur de cette Liure ſur ſon Obſcuritie.

    _ Ʋpon the ſame.

    _ Ʋpon the Gurmundizing Quagmires, and moſt Adiaphanous Bogs, of the Author's obnubilated Roundelayes.

    _ To his ingenuous Friend, the Author, on his imcomparable Poems. Carmen Jocoſerium.

    _ Once again.

    _ An Autoſchediaſtique

    _ Ʋpon the nebuligerous, tenebricoſiform'd Wit, of the Authour, abſconded in the nigricated Womb of theſe Poems.

    _ To his highly eſteemed Friend the Authour: on his inſpired Poems.

    _ Ʋpon the light-footed, though dark Poems of the Authour, ſo nimble, that they skip out of the Readers ſight, though he haſtes never ſo faſt to overtake them.

    _ To the unknown Author.

    _ Ʋpon the Blackneſs of Darkneſs: the Authours Poems.

    _ Ʋpon the Author's incomparable Hogan Mogan Myſteries lockt up in the duskie ſhady Cheſt of his Poems: or, Jack in a Box:

    _ Ʋpon the Author's Myſtery of Babylon.

    _ Ʋpon the imcomparably-high-fancied Poems of the Author, ſo monſtrouſly Obſcure.

  3. The Epiſtle Dedicatory made by the Authour (upon ſome diſlike) and preſented to his now adopted Mother, the Univerſity of Cambridge.

  4. The Anſwer to that Epiſtle which I ſent runs thus.

#####Body##### THE AUTHORS OWN Verſe and Proſe.VVith Marginall Illuſtrations on his OBSCURITIES, by a Friend, to thTHE AUTHORS OWN Verſe and Proſe.VVith Marginall Illuſtrations on his OBSCURITIES, by a Friend, to th _ Sic Incipit.

_ Ʋpon one buried after He was Dead.

_ On another▪ ſerv'd after the ſame cruel manner.

_ Ʋpon one who died, and never lived after it.

_ A New-years Gift.

_ On a Royall Perſon that diſguiſ'd himſelf.

_ The Common Fire.

_ Ʋpon my Mothers running Eyes; preſented to her for a New-years Gift.

_ On a Blackamore Maid courting me▪

_ On a Reputed Courtezan.

_ On a Gentleman that gave me a Bent Sixpence.

_ The Drone's Indictment of the Bee.

_ Ʋpon Mr. John Cleeveland, my quondam Chamber-fellow.

_ On the ingenuous Poet Mr. Cowley.

_ Againſt froathy Wits.

_ Againſt ſtealing Wits.

_ Againſt Antiquarians.

_ On the Death of his good old Tutour, Mr. G. S. of W. C.

_ Ʋpon an Hermophradite ſeen in Cornwall, who went under the ſhape of a Woman, and yet was no Woman: is not that ſtrange

_ The Cloſe of all; being an Admonition to the Reader, not to envy his Poems.

TWO EXACT CHARACTERS, One of a Temporizer.The other of an Antiquarian.—Notus nimis omnibus Ignotus mTWO EXACT CHARACTERS, One of a Temporizer.The other of an Antiquarian.—Notus nimis omnibus Ignotus m _ THE CHARACTER OF A Temporizer.

_ THE CHARACTER OF AN Antiquarian.

#####Back##### BOOKS PRINTED FOR Nath. Brook, And are to be ſold at his Shop at the Angel in Cornhill.Courteous ReaBOOKS PRINTED FOR Nath. Brook, And are to be ſold at his Shop at the Angel in Cornhill. _ Courteous Reader, Theſe Books following are printted for Nath. Brook, and are to be ſold at his Shop at the Angel in Cornhill. Books very lately Printed, and in the Preſs now printing.1. THe Scales of Commerce and Trade: by T. Types of content

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

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