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The teares of loue: or, Cupids progresse

The teares of loue: or, Cupids progresse

Together vvith the complaint of the sorrowfull shepheardesse; fayre (but vnfortunate) Candida, deploring the death of her deare-lou"d Corauin, a late liuing (and an euer to be lamented) shepheard. In a (passionate) pastorall elegie. Composed by Thomas Collins.

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Published by Printed by George Purslowe for Henry Bell, and are to be sold at his shoppe without Bishopsgate in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesTeares of love, Teares of love: or, Cupids progresse., Cupids progresse.
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1132:18.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[8], 48 p.
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18562520M

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A. N. [], A warning to all Trayterous by continual practise, and especialie by this late & horrible treason, in which they sought the ouerthrow of gods true religion, the bloud of their annoynted, and destruction of the whole Realme: From the which, God for his Christs sake preserue and keepe to his glorie; and the confusion of all bloudy, butcherly, and trayterous Papistes. A reproofe, spoken and geeuen-fourth by Abia Nazarenus, against all false Christians, seducing ypocrites [sic], and enemies of the trueth and loue. Wher-withall their false deuices, punishment, and condemnation together with the conuersion from their abominations and their preseruation in the godlynes, is figured-fourth before their eyes.

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The teares of loue: or, Cupids progresse Together vvith the complaint of the sorrowfull shepheardesse; fayre (but vnfortunate) Candida, deploring the death of her deare-lou'd Corauin, a late liuing (and an euer to be lamented) shepheard.

In a (passionate) pastorall elegie. Composed by Thomas Collins. Collins, Thomas, Student in physick. / []. Title: The teares of loue: or, Cupids progresse Together vvith the complaint of the sorrowfull shepheardesse, etc.

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Bear at the University of Oregon. To loue faire Daphne, which thee loued lesse: Lesse she thee lou'd, then was thy iust desart, Yet was thy loue her death, & her death was thy smart.

So louedst thou the lusty Hyacinct, So louedst thou the faire Coronis deare: Yet both are of thy haplesse hand extinct, Yet both in flowres do liue, and loue. Loue goes toward Loue as school-boyes fro[m] their books But Loue fro[m] Loue, towards schoole with heauie lookes.

Enter Iuliet againe. Iul. Hist Romeo hist: O for a Falkners voice, To lure this Tassell gentle backe againe, Bondage is hoarse, and may not speake aloud, Else would I teare the Caue where Eccho lies, And make her ayrie tongue more.

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Together with the complaint of the sorrowfull Shepheardesse; Fayre (but unfortunate) Candida, deploring the death of her Deare-Lou'd Coravin, a Late Living (and an euer to be lamented) Shepheard.

In a (passionate) pastorall Elegie. FAme and Opinion like the two vvingd cap On Hermes head, do lift all Poets vp: Some, though deseruing, yet abo e the Sphere Of true impartiall censure, vvhose tun'd eare Listens to all and can vvith iudgement say, Others sing vvell, though Thracian Orpheus play.

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