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Musarum deliciae ; and, Wit restor"d

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Burlesques., Humorous poetry, English., Epistolary poetry, English., English poetry -- Early modern, 1500-
Other titlesWit restor"d., Wit restored.
Statementfacsimile reproductions with an introduction by Tim Raylor.
ContributionsSmith, James, 1605-1667.
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LC ClassificationsPR2308 .M9 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination24, 189 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3021778M
ISBN 100820114049
LC Control Number85001977

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Pay. Musarum Deliciae: Or, the Muses Recreation, Contening Severall Pieces of Poetique Wit by Sr. J.M. and Ja: S.Volume 1 Musarum Deliciae: Or, the Muses Recreation, Contening Severall Pieces of Poetique Wit.

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Preface --Memoirs of Sir John Mennis --Musarum deliciæ, or, The muses recreation --Wit restor'd --v. Epigrams --Epitaphs --Fancies and fantasticks --Outlandish proverbs. Other Titles: Musarum deliciae.

Wit restor'd. Wit's recreations. Responsibility: By Sr. J.M. and Ja:S. And Wit restor'd.

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OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (2 volumes) Other Titles: Wit restor'd. Wits recreation. Musarum deliciae. Muses recreation. Responsibility.

FIRST EDITION OF MUSARUM DELICIAE: COMPILATION OF MENNIS AND SMITH’S MUSES RECREATION, WIT RESTOR’D, AND WITS RECREATIONS, HANDSOMELY BOUND. MENNIS, John and Smith, James. Facetiae. Musarum Deliciae: or, The Muses Recreation.

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wit) with a moderate and contented heart. Who must account for himselfe and others, must know both. Hee that eats the hard shall eate the ripe. The miserable man makes a peny of a. Facetiae: Musarum deliciae, or, The muses recreation. Containing severall pieces of poetique wit / by Sr.

and Ja.S. Wit restord, in severall select poems, not formerly publish't. Wits. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Facetiae: Musarum deliciae, or, The Muses recreation, conteining severall pieces of poetique wit.

Of one praising my book. Harpax doth praise my book I lately writ, Saith it is short and sweet, and full of wit; I knew his drift, and sayd be silent pray, For in good fayth, I've given 'em all away. On. A reprint (limited to copies) of the "Musarum Delicice" together with several kindred pieces of the same period, appeared informing two volumes of Facetke, edited by Mr.

Dubois, author of " The Wreath. Musarem deliciae, or, The muses recreation, containing severall pieces of poetique wit / by Sr.

J.M. and Ja: S., --Wit restor'd, in severall select poems, not formerly publish't, --Wits recreations, selected from the finest fancies of moderne muses, with a thousand out-landish proverbs, Other Titles: Musarum deliciae.

Wit restor'd. Restoration there are none whose wotks are more rare than those of Sir John Mennis, and Dr. James Smith. The small volume entitled Musarum Delicim or ike Muses Recreations, which contains the.

FIRST EDITION OF MUSARUM DELICIAE: COMPILATION OF MENNIS AND SMITH’S MUSES RECREATION, WIT RESTOR’D, AND WITS RECREATIONS, HANDSOMELY BOUND. MENNIS, John and Smith, James. Facetiae. Musarum Deliciae. A list of the works of Alexander Ross (–) is given in G. Aitken’s notice of him in the D.

of N. In Musarum Deliciae,and Wit Restored,assigned to Mennes, Sir John (–). Facetiae. Musarum deliciæ: or, The muses recreation. conteining severall pieces of poetique wit [Reprint] ()[Leatherbound] by Mennes, John, Sir, ,Smith, James, ,Park, Thomas, ,Du Bois, Edward, and a great selection of related books.

Musarum deliciæ: or, The Muses recreation, by the Cavalier poet Sir John Mennis (with contributions from James Smith), was first published inand ran to a few was not reprinted during. The works assigned to Mennes and Smith are: ‘Wits Recreations selected from the finest Fancies of Moderne Muses,’ first published inand in five other editions bywith very considerable variations; ‘Musarum Deliciæ, or the Muses' Recreation,’ (2nd edit.

), and ‘Wit Restored. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated.

: Athenæ britannicæ: sive deliciæ musarum, et arcana encyclopædiæ literariæ. Pars V. Auctore Myles Davies (Latin Edition) (): Davies, Myles: Books. A third anthology, of like character, was ‘Wit Restored, or several select Poems not formerly publisht,’ London, This opens with a series of poetical letters avowedly addressed by Smith to his friend.

The amusing "pasquil" was "On Sir John Suckling's most warlike preparations for the Scottish war" in Musarum deliciae (printed ).Suckling was elected as member for Bramber in Sussex at a by.

In the Musarum Deliciae “intellectual achievement offers physical comfort” as pages from poetry books are used for toilet paper ()—a trope that was actually to reappear throughout the 18th century. The version he prints was discovered by him among the Rawlinson manuscripts in the Bodleian Library (Rawl.

MS., Poet. ), and differs in numerous points from that in the ‘Musarum Deliciæ.’ Steward's. are found in the Musarum Deliciæ (by Sir Jno. Mennis and James Smith) 12mo, Lond. and the type of them occurs in a much earlier collection, viz.

The Apophthegmes of Erasmus, by Nico. Udall. Fore-Edge Edge of the book furthest from the spine. Occasionally the text of a book will be put into a specialized book press and painted, often with a scene from the book or a landscape, so that the painting is invisible when the book .Cavaliers, clubs, and literary culture: Sir John Mennes, James Smith, and the Order of the Fancy by Timothy Raylor (Book); Warrant for supply of ketch to the storemasters at Deptford: by John Mennes () Musarum deliciae, or, The muses recreation: conteining severall pieces of poetique wit by John Mennes (Book).Vice Admiral Sir John Mennes (with several variant spellings), (1 March – 18 February ) was an English naval officer who went on to be Comptroller of the Navy.

He was also considered a wit. .