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Author: Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, 1567 or 8-1640.
Title: Recreations vvith the Muses. By William Earle of Sterline.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Recreations vvith the Muses. By William Earle of Sterline.
Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, 1567 or 8-1640., Stirling, William Alexander, 1567 or 8-1640., Stirling, William Alexander, 1567 or 8-1640., Stirling, William Alexander, 1567 or 8-1640.

London: Printed by Tho. Harper, 1637.
Alternate titles: Recreations with the Muses. Recreations with the Muses. Ionathan. Jonathan.
Notes:
In verse.
A reprinting of the expanded edition of "The monarchick tragedies", "Doomes-day", and "A paraenesis to the Prince", with "Jonathan" added.
The first leaf and the last leaf are blank.
"Dooms-day, or, The great day of the Lords iudgement" has separate dated title page, pagination, and register. Within this, "Ionathan" has separate dated title page.
A couple of copies have an engraved frontispiece portrait of the author by William Marshall, but Greg is doubtful that it was printed to accompany the book.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A16564.0001.001

Contents
title page
A Table of the severall Poems contained in the ensuing Volume.
To his Sacred Majestie.
To the Author of the Monarchicke TRAGEDIES.
Jn praise of the Author, and his Tragedy of Darius.
THE ARGUMENT.
The persons names who speake.
THE TRAGEDY OF CROESVS.
Act 1.
Chorus.
Act 2.
Scene 1.
Act 2. Scene 2.
Chorus.
Act. 3.
Scene 1.
Act. 3. Scene 2.
Chorus.
Act. 4.
Scene I.
Act 4. Scene 1.
Chorus.
Act 5.
Scene 1.
Act. 5. Scene 2.
Chorus.
THE TRAGEDY OF DARIVS.
The persons names that speake.
THE TRAGEDY OF DARIVS.
Act 1.
Chorus.
Act 2.
Chorus.
Act. 3.
Scene 1.
Act. 3. Scene 2.
Act 3. Scene 3
Chorus.
Act 4.
Scene 1.
Act 4. Scene 2.
Act. 4 Scene 3.
Chorus.
Act 5.
Scene 1.
Act 5. Scene 2.
Chorus.
THE ALEXANDRAEAN TRAGEDIE.
The persons names who speake.
THE ALEXANDRAEAN TRAGEDIE.
Act 1.
Chorus.
Act 2.
Scene 1.
Act 2. Scene 2.
Chorus.
Act. 3
Scene 1.
Act. 3. Scene 2.
Chorus.
Act 4.
Scene 1.
Act. 4. Scene 2.
Chorus.
Act. 5.
Scene 1.
Act 5. Scene 2.
Chorus.
THE TRAGEDY OF JVLIVS CAESAR.
The persons names who speake.
THE TRAGEDY OF JVLIVS CAESAR.
Act I.
Chorus.
Act. 2.
Scene 1.
Act. 2. Scene 2.
Chorus.
Act 3.
Scene 1.
Act. 3. Scene 2.
Chorus.
Act. 4.
Scene 1.
Act 4. Scene 2.
Chorus.
Act. 5.
Scene 1.
Act 5. Scene 2.
Chorus.