Title: Seventeenth (17th) Century Lyrics : From the...
Publisher: Longmans, Green & Co., New York NY
Publication Date: 1928
Binding: Cloth Over Boards
Book Condition: Near Fine
Old book, no Ed. given, HB/none, NF, brown cloth, 524 pp., previous owner's name and address on FFep, light rubbing at top & bottom of spine & corners, two pages have ink notes as if studied. Sample poem: "Grieve Not, Dear Love": Grieve not, dear Love, although we often part; / But know that Nature gently doth us sever, / Thereby to train us up with tender art, / To brook the day when we must part for ever. / For Nature, doubting we should be surprised / By that sad day, whose dread doth chiefly fear us, / Doth keep us daily schooled and exercised, / Lest that the fright thereof should overbear us. J. Digby, Earl of Bristol. Bookseller Inventory # 8765
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