|Author:||Rich, Jeremiah, d. 1660?|
|Title:||Mellificium musarum: the marrovv of the muses. Or, An epitome of divine poetrie. Distilled into pious ejaculations, and solemne soliloquies. By Jeremiah Rich. Junii 19. 1650. Imprimatur, Joseph Caryl.|
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Mellificium musarum: the marrovv of the muses. Or, An epitome of divine poetrie. Distilled into pious ejaculations, and solemne soliloquies. By Jeremiah Rich. Junii 19. 1650. Imprimatur, Joseph Caryl.
Rich, Jeremiah, d. 1660?
London: printed by T.H. for John Stephenson, and are to be sold at his shop on Ludgate hill, at the sign of the Sun, 1650.
|Alternate titles:||Mellificium musarum Marrovv of the muses Marrow of the muses Epitome of divine poetrie|
Title page printed in red and black.
The words "Pious .. Soliloquies." are joined by a left brace on title page.
A selection of poems by various authors, collected by Jeremiah Rich.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
English poetry -- Early modern, 1500-1700.
To the Honourable, and most Excellently well accomplisht, the great Patron of Piety, Example of Valour, and chiefe Asylum of Learning and Ingenuity; NATHANIEL RICH, Esq. Governour of Deale, Sandowne, and Walmer Castles, Major Generall of the South-Easterne Parts of ENGLAND, and a Member of the Right Honourable the House of Parliament, my Noble Colonell, &c.
To the Reader.
Ad amicum charissimum Do∣minum RICH, in elucubratissi∣ma Poemata.
To his Friend the Authour.
To his ingenious Friend Mr. Jer. Rich, on his excellent Poems.
To my Worthy Friend, Mr. IEREMIAH RICH, on his Poem.
Ad Amicum Charissimum Dom. RICH, in Mellificium Musarum.
To his deare Friend Ier. Rich, on his Mellificium Musarum.
The evill of Envy. In the Example of Caine and Abell, Genesis 4.8.
The first SOLILOQUIE.
The second SOLILOQUIE.
The third SOLILOQUIE.
The fourth SOLILOQUIE.
The fift SOLILOQUIE.
The sixth SOLILOQUIE.
The last SOLILOQUIE, Or, The Authours Farewell.