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“Epitaph in Lowestoft Church” three copies by an unidentified person
“Epitaph in Lowestoft Church” three copies by an unidentified person
“Epitaph on Catherine Benstead, Oct. 9 1814, aged 11” by H. V. E. [Henry Venn Elliott]
“Epitaph on Catherine Benstead, Oct. 9 1814, aged 11” by H. V. E. [Henry Venn Elliott]
“Monody on the death of Professor Buckland” by Archbishop Whately
“Monody on the death of Professor Buckland” by Archbishop Whately
“The worship of this Sabbath morn” by Dorothy Wordsworth
“The worship of this Sabbath morn” by Dorothy Wordsworth
‘A Ballad.’ Author unknown.
‘A Ballad.’ Author unknown.
‘A Ballad.’ Author unknown.
‘A Ballad.’ Author unknown.
‘A Ballad.’ Author unknown.
‘A Ballad.’ Author unknown.
‘A Ballad, On Sir Robert Peyton’. Author unknown. 1680.
‘A Ballad, On Sir Robert Peyton’. Author unknown. 1680.
‘A broadside against Marriage. Directed to that Inconsiderable Animal Call’d a Hus-band.’ Author unknown. 1675.
‘A broadside against Marriage. Directed to that Inconsiderable Animal Call’d a Hus-band.’ Author unknown. 1675.
‘A Character of the English. An Allusion. Tacit. de vita Agric.’ By Robert Wolseley? 1679.
‘A Character of the English. An Allusion. Tacit. de vita Agric.’ By Robert Wolseley? 1679.
‘A Dialogue Between Britannia and Raleigh’s Ghost.’ By John Ayloffe (and Andrew Marvell?). [1674–5.]
‘A Dialogue Between Britannia and Raleigh’s Ghost.’ By John Ayloffe (and Andrew Marvell?). [1674–5.]
‘A Dialogue Between G— and A—.’ Author unknown.
‘A Dialogue Between G— and A—.’ Author unknown.
‘A Dialogue. Between the Two Horses at Charing Cross, and Wool Church.’ Author unknown. [1675 x 1676.]
‘A Dialogue. Between the Two Horses at Charing Cross, and Wool Church.’ Author unknown. [1675 x 1676.]
‘A Dialogue between two Brothers.’ Author unknown
‘A Dialogue between two Brothers.’ Author unknown
‘A Dialogue, Between K. and D.’ Author unknown. [1678.]
‘A Dialogue, Between K. and D.’ Author unknown. [1678.]
‘A Discourse of Rebellion Given up and down in 1676.’ Author unknown.
‘A Discourse of Rebellion Given up and down in 1676.’ Author unknown.
‘A Faithful Catologue of owr most Eminent Ninnies.’ By the Earl of Dorset. [1686.]
‘A Faithful Catologue of owr most Eminent Ninnies.’ By the Earl of Dorset. [1686.]
‘A Familiar Epistle To Julian Secretary to the Muses.’ By the Duke of Buckingham? 1677.
‘A Familiar Epistle To Julian Secretary to the Muses.’ By the Duke of Buckingham? 1677.
‘A Gentle Ballad, Call’d Lamentable Lory.’ Author unknown. [1684.]
‘A Gentle Ballad, Call’d Lamentable Lory.’ Author unknown. [1684.]
‘A Lenten Prologue, Refus’d by the Players.’ By Thomas Shadwell? [c. 1683.]
‘A Lenten Prologue, Refus’d by the Players.’ By Thomas Shadwell? [c. 1683.]
‘A Letter Sent to Tom Killigrew of the Bed-Chamber.’ Author unknown. [c. 1680.]
‘A Letter Sent to Tom Killigrew of the Bed-Chamber.’ Author unknown. [c. 1680.]
‘A Letter to Julian.’ Author unknown.
‘A Letter to Julian.’ Author unknown.
‘A Litany.’ Author unknown. [1681.]
‘A Litany.’ Author unknown. [1681.]
‘A New Address to Mr Bay’s On his late Conversion to the Church of Rome.’ Author unknown.
‘A New Address to Mr Bay’s On his late Conversion to the Church of Rome.’ Author unknown.
‘A new Ballad.’ By William Wharton? [1683.]
‘A new Ballad.’ By William Wharton? [1683.]
‘A New Ballad, or Truth needs no Vindication.’ Author unknown.
‘A New Ballad, or Truth needs no Vindication.’ Author unknown.
‘A Paradox.’ Author unknown.
‘A Paradox.’ Author unknown.
‘A Pindaric Ode: On the Lady Betty Felton.’ Author unknown. 1679.
‘A Pindaric Ode: On the Lady Betty Felton.’ Author unknown. 1679.
‘A Raree Show.’ By Stephen College. [1681.]
‘A Raree Show.’ By Stephen College. [1681.]
‘A Satyr. On the Modern Translators.’ By Matthew Prior. [1685.]
‘A Satyr. On the Modern Translators.’ By Matthew Prior. [1685.]
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