3 edition of Windsor-drollery found in the catalog.
by Printed for J.M. and are to be sold by the book-sellers of London and Westminster in London
Written in English
|Statement||collected by a person of quality.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1111:4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 158 [i.e. 182] p.|
|Number of Pages||182|
The British Library: Harley Collection, numbers through Windsor Drollery: The Index of Poetry in Printed Miscellanies, is an ongoing project, and is regularly updated. While I have tried to identify as many poems as I can, many have remained true to their seventeenth-century nature and are still devoid of ascription. (Spring ), A book-length study will appear soon.
Gottler, Christine and Neuber, Wolfgang - Spirits Unseen~the Representation of Subtle Bodies in Early Modern European Culture - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book 5/5(5). This book is printed on Natures Book, which contains 50% postconsumer waste and meets the minimum requirements of ANSI/NISO Z– (R ) (Permanence of Paper). For my parents and in memory of Philip Brett contents List of Illustrations / Acknowledgments / Introduction / ix xi 1 1. Songs of the Sirens / 11 desire 2. A Music of One’s.
32 Windsor Drollery (London: ) F-F2r. 33 Greene R., Alphonsus , ffi Page SARAH F. WILLIAMS on stage In Act IV, Melissa arrives with a glass of wine and offers it to Orlando in a gesture of celebration after he learns the Trojans have fled. The book could not have been completed in a timely fashion without the help and assistance of Sina Nikolajew (Berlin) in the nal preparation of the manuscript. It has been our good fortune to work with Boris van Gool and Gera van Bedaf (Leiden); their patience, support and commitment have bene ted the book through all stages of the production.
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Windsor-drollery: An exact collection of the newest songs, poems, and catches, now in use both in city and countrey. Collected by a person of quality.
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# Printed for J.M. and are to be sold by the Book-sellers of London and Westminster\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. This in turn was one of many such ‘drolleries’, e.g. Choyce Drollery (), Westminster Drollery (), Windsor Drollery If The Book of Numbers (the ‘numbers in question being the small-scale but widely played gambling game also known as ‘policy’) had been set in the past, the s, this was a far more autobiographical work.
Book is Windsor-drollery book typical used-Good Condition. Will show signs of wear to cover and/or pages. There may be underlining, highlighting, and or writing. May not include supplemental items (like discs, access codes, dust jacket, etc).
Will be a good Reading copy. The Ghost (Fitzwilliam Virginal Book) Willam Byrd ( – ) And I’ll go to my love (from Windsor Drollery, ) Robert Smith: The Hare’s Maggott/The New Lord Phoppington: Playford: Like to the damaske rose: Henry Lawes ( – ) – III – Reading: The little chirping birds Tourdion (MP3, KB) Anonymous French (16th.
Anonymous Windsor Drollery (London ) Anonymous The Witchcraft of Love (London ) Anonymous Wit of a Woman (London ) Anonymous Wit’s Cabinet (London ) Anonymous The Woman Turn’d Bully (London ) Anonymous The Wonder (Edinburgh c).
If The Book of Numbers (the ‘numbers in question being the small-scale but widely played gambling game also known as ‘policy’) had been set in the past, the s, this was a far more autobiographical work, set in a down-market hotel in Harlem, with its cast composed of junkies, pimps, dealers and a variety of the lowlifes who lived there.
Book Description. This annotated bibliography constitutes a thoroughly revised and more easily readable study of Behn's publications, of those edited or translated by her, of publications that included her works, and of writings ascribed to her, along with an annotated bibliography of over works about her from towith an unannotated update covering He had copies of Windsor Drollery, An Exact Collection of the Newest Songs, Poems and Catches, of the anonymous French romance La fausse abbesse ou l’amoureux dupe, and of John Bulwer's Chirologia, Or, The Naturall Language of the Hand.
He also owned several books on chess and manuals of horsemanship, husbandry, and by: 2. Full text of "Merry drollery compleat, being jovial poems, merry songs, &c., collected by W.N., C.B., R.S., & J.G., lovers of wit, both parts;, Now. Full text of "Westminster drolleries, both parts, of; being a choice collection of songs and poems, sung at court & theatres: with additions made by "A person of quality."Now first reprinted from the original ed.
Edited, with a introd. on the literature of the drolleries" See other formats. Hickesâ s Oxford Drollery (), published sixteen years after M u a r u m Delkiae, provided a fresh model for the popular drolleries of the â s and started the fad for place-name titleslO that produced Westminster Drollery and Windsor Drollery inCovent Garden Drollery inHolborn Drollery, London Drollery, and Norfolk.
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You may copy it, gi. The ballad is based on a short song in William Hick's Oxford Drollery,and in Windsor Drollery, ; the full broadside text is printed in all editions of Pills,IV,with music for which I can trace no title or earlier.
60 The miscellany Windsor Drollery (, Wing W) includes a different adaptation of ‘Song, Go, and catch a falling star’ (sigs. H4r-v, pp.
H4r-v, pp. And shortly before the end of the century, Daniel Baker’s ‘The Parting’ in his Poems upon Several Occasions (, Wing BA, pp. ) opens with four stanzas Author: Lukas Christian Erne.
The ballad is based on a short song in William Hick's Oxford Drollery,and in Windsor Drollery, ; the full broadside text is printed in all editions of Pills,IV,with music for which I can trace no title or earlier use.
in "Windsor Drollery," p. 30 and in the introduction to "Westminster Drollery," p. xxxv. The air is included in "Pills to Purge Melancholy"v.2, n32, and the first verse of words only in "The Academy of Compliments" Above quoted from Edmonstoune Duncan's "the Minstrelsy of England." WBO [tune: Hanskin] WBO oct First published, in a version beginning ‘Tell me prethee faithless swain’, in Windsor Drollery (London, ).
Oxford Drollery (London, ). The Works of the Honourable Sir Charles Sedley, Ba t (2 vols, London, ), I, 3. Sola Pinto, II, Saturday 18 February /60 A great while at my vial and voice, learning to sing “Fly boy, fly boy,” without book.
So to my office, where little to the Hall I met with Mr. Eglin and one Looker, a famous gardener, servant to my Lord Salsbury, and among other things the gardener told a strange passage in good earnest Home to dinner, and then went to my Lord’s lodgings to my.
Most of the copies in the Library of Congress, Rare Book Division, are in a multi-volume collection of plays with up to about six bound together into a single volume. It appears that for most ballad operas with music bound in at the end, the music was stripped off before binding it together with the other works.
BL f.1, e.9 Chetham's Library, Manchester: Some broadsides, not seen or indexed here, among pieces of epherma in bequest from J. O. Halliwell, There is a book by Ann Snape describing Halliwell's bequest to Chethams, but I haven't found it.Sensual pleasure, gentle, violent or comic, is the theme of this anthology of seventeenth-century erotic writing.
Restoration Bawdy brings vividly to life a 'masquerading age'. The book draws on high and low culture, and includes courtly poems and works by Rochester, Sedley and Etheridge, as well as broadside ballads, doggerel from almanacs and songs from plays.Full text of "Specimens of the Early English Poets: To which is Prefixed, an Historical " See other formats.