Miscellaneous poems ; Leges Convivales ; Translations from the Latin poets ; Explorata: or discoveries ; The English Grammar ; Miscellaneous pieces and conversations ; An interlude, etc. ; Conversations with William Drummond ; Jonsonus virbius: or, The memory of Ben Jonson, revived by the Friends of the Muses, 1638

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Nobilium ingenia
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Principum varia Jus hæreditarium
98
Clementia Machiavell
99
Clementia tutela optima
100
Religio Palladium Homeri Euripides
101
Tyranni Sejanus
102
Illiteratus princeps
103
Character principis Alexander Magnus
104
De gratiosis
105
Divites Heredes ex asse
106
Fures publici
107
Lewis XI
109
Amor nummi
110
De mollibus et effæminatis
111
De stultitiâ
112
De sibi molestis
113
Periculosa melancholia
114
Falsæ species fugiendæ
115
Decipimur specie
116
Dejectio Aulic
117
Poesis et pictura Plutarch
118
De Pictura
119
De stylo Pliny
120
De progres Picturæ
121
Parasiti ad mensam
122
Imò serviles
123
De stylo et optimo scribendi genere
124
To Lydia Ode ix Book iïi
125
Fals querel fugiend Platonis peregrinatio
126
Or Discoveries
129
Fortuna
131
Consilia
132
Applausus
133
Mutua auxilia
134
Vita recta
135
Perspicuitas Elegantia
136
Dissentire licet sed cum ratione
137
Non vulgi sunt
138
Prodigo nummi nauci
139
Bellum Scribentium
140
Icuncularum motio
141
Nil gratius protervo lib
142
Sed seculi morbus
143
Hearsay news
144
Optanda Therşites Homeri
145
Argute dictum
146
Vulgi expectatio
147
Amor et Odium
148
Valor rerum
149
Comit suffragia
150
Stare à partibus
151
Nullum vitium sine patrocinio
152
Censura de poetis
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09
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Stili eminentia Virgil Tully Sallust Plato
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De Malign Studentium
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Italiam
194
Præcept element
195
phora
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De orationis dignitate EVKUKAOTaidela Meta 129 Consuetudo Virgil Lucretius Chaucerism
198
De Stylo Tacitus Suetonius Seneca and Fa bianus
199
Periodi Obscuritas offundit tenebras Superlatio
200
Oratio imago animi
201
Remedii votum semper verius erat quàm spes Sexus foemin
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What is a Poet? 2 1 2
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Horatius Lucretius
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Ingenium Seneca Plato Aristotle c
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Lipsius Petron in Fragm
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Imitatio Horatius Virgil c
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Virorum schola respub Lysippus Apelles c
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Ælius Stilo Plautus M Varro
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Euripides Aristophanes
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Terence Menander
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Aristotle Plato Homer
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Socrates Theatrical Wit
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What we understand by whole
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What is the utmost bounds of a Fable
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What by one and entire
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Theseus Hercules Juvenal Codrus Sopho cles Ajax Ulysses
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The conclusion concerning the Whole and the Parts
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THE ENGLISH GRAMMAR
229
The First Book ETYMOLOGY the true Notation of Words Chapter I Of Grammar and the Parts
233
Of Letters and their Powers
235
Of the Vowels
237
Of the Consonants
247
Of the Diphthongs
262
Of the Syllabes
263
Of the Accent
266
The Notation of a Word
268
Of the Parts of Speech
269
Of the Nouns
270
Of the Diminution of Nouns
272
Of Comparisons
273
Of the First Declension
274
Of the Second Declension
275
Of Pronouns
276
Of a Verb
277
Of the First Conjugation
279
Of the Second Conjugation
280
Of the Third Conjugation
284
Of the Fourth Conjugation
286
Of Adverbs
287
Of Conjunctions
289
Of Apostrophus
291
Of the Syntax of one Noun with Another
293
Of the Syntax of a Pronoun with a Noun
297
Of the Syntax of Adjectives
303
Of the Syntax of a Verb with a Noun
304
Of the Syntax of a Verb with a Verb
307
Of the Syntax of Adverbs
309
Of the Syntax of Conjunctions
313
Of the Distinction of Sentences
316
MISCELLANEOUS PIECES AND CONVERSATIONS Charles Cavendish to his Posterity Sons seek not me among these polished stones Epitaph on ...
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ο ζευς κατείδε χρόνιος εις τας διφθέρας Tis a record in heaven You that were
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Epitaph on the Lady Jane I could begin with that grand form Here lies
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Detractor
346
Ode αλληγορική
353
CONVERSATIONS WITH WILLIAM DRUMMOND
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345
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or the Memory of Ben Jonson
419
John Cleveland
450
190
505
325
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510
194
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450
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195
516
Morbi
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467
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Sayfa 12 - A lily of a day, Is fairer far, in May, Although it fall, and die that night; It was the plant, and flower of light. In small proportions, we just beauties see: And in short measures, life may perfect be.
Sayfa 381 - As I in hoary winter's night Stood shivering in the snow, Surprised I was with sudden heat Which made my heart to glow; And lifting up a fearful eye To view what fire was near, A pretty babe all burning bright Did in the air appear; Who, scorched with excessive heat, Such floods of tears did shed, As though His floods should quench His flames, Which with His tears were bred : "Alas!
Sayfa 378 - Beaumont and Fletcher, of whom I am next to speak, had, with the advantage of Shakespeare's wit, which was their precedent, great natural gifts improved by study; Beaumont especially being so accurate a judge of plays that Ben Jonson, while he lived, submitted all his writings to his censure, and, 'tis thought, used his judgment in correcting, if not contriving all his plots.
Sayfa 344 - Think what with them they would do That without them dare to woo ; And unless that mind I see, What care I how great she be ? Great, or good, or kind, or fair, I will ne'er the more despair: If she love me, this believe, I will die ere she shall grieve : If she slight me when I woo, I can scorn and let her go ; For if she be not for me, What care I for whom she be ? George Wither.
Sayfa 84 - Prima cadunt : ita verborum vetus interit aetas, Et juvenum ritu florent modo nata vigentque. Debemur morti nos nostraque ; sive receptus Terra Neptunus classes aquilonibus arcet, Regis opus ; sterilisve diu palus, aptaque remis, Vicinas urbes alit, et grave sentit aratrum ; Seu cursum mutavit iniquum frugibus amnis, Doctus iter melius ; mortalia facta peribunt : Nedum sermonum stet honos, et gratia vivax.
Sayfa 198 - Custom is the most certain mistress of language, as the public stamp makes the current money. But we must not be too frequent with the mint, every day coining, nor fetch words from the extreme and utmost ages ; since the chief virtue of a style is perspicuity, and nothing so vicious in it as to need an interpreter.
Sayfa 40 - Tis she ! — but why that bleeding bosom gor'd ' Why dimly gleams the visionary sword ? Oh ever beauteous, ever friendly ! tell, Is it in heaven a crime to love too well ? To bear too tender or too firm a heart, To act a Lover's or a Roman's part ? Is there no bright reversion in the sky For those...
Sayfa 155 - I loved the man, and do honour his memory on this side idolatry as much as any. He was, indeed, honest, and of an open and free nature ; had an excellent phantasy, brave notions, and gentle expressions, wherein he flowed with that facility that sometimes it was necessary he should be stopped.
Sayfa 73 - He the half of life abuses, That sits watering with the Muses. Those dull girls no good can mean us ; Wine it is the milk of Venus,* And the poet's horse accounted : Ply it, and you all are mounted. 'Tis the true Phoebian liquor, Cheers the brains, makes wit the quicker.
Sayfa 73 - WELCOME all who lead or follow To the Oracle of Apollo — Here he speaks out of his pottle, Or the tripos, his tower bottle. All his answers are divine, Truth itself doth flow in wine. "Hang up all the poor hop-drinkers," Cries old Sim, the king of skinkers; "He the half of life abuses That sits watering with the Muses.

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