|Author:||Peers, Richard, 1645-1690.|
|Title:||Four small copies of verses upon sundry occasions|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Four small copies of verses upon sundry occasions
Peers, Richard, 1645-1690.
Oxford: Printed by W. H. for Thomas Bowman, 1667.
Attributed to Richard Peers. Cf. BM.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
TO THE REVEREND DR FELL, DEAN of Ch: Ch: at his returne in May 1666 from the WEST MINSTER ELECTION.
AN EPITAPH Upon a Gentleman aged above Sixty, he died as he liv'd, Faithful to the Church, and Loyal to the King, lies Buri∣ed with a Son of about nine years of Age.
An Epitaph upon three Sisters, buried together. Their Edu∣cation was wholly at home; They liv'd Vertuous, and dy'd Marriagable.
TO THE Memory of the Incomparable Mr. Abraham Cowley, lately Deceased.