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Author: Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637.
Title: The vvorkes of Beniamin Ionson. The second volume.: Containing these playes, viz. 1 Bartholomew Fayre. 2 The staple of newes. 3 The Divell is an asse
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The vvorkes of Beniamin Ionson. The second volume.: Containing these playes, viz. 1 Bartholomew Fayre. 2 The staple of newes. 3 The Divell is an asse
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637., Digby, Kenelm, Sir, 1603-1665.

London: Printed [by John Beale, James Dawson, Bernard Alsop and Thomas Fawcet] for Richard Meighen [and Thomas Walkley], 1640 [i.e. 1641]
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Contents
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THE PROLOGVE TO THE KINGS MAIESTY.
THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY.
THE INDVCTION. ON THE STAGE.
Booke-holder: Scriuener. To him.
BARTHOLMEVV FAYRE.
act 1
ACT. I.
ACT. I.
ACT. I.
ACT. I.
ACT. I.
ACT. I.
act 2
ACT. II.
ACT. II.
ACT. II.
ACT. II.
ACT. II.
ACT. II.
act 3
ACT. III.
ACT. III.
ACT. III.
ACT. III.
ACT. III.
ACT. III
act 4
ACT. IIII.
ACT. IIII.
ACT. IIII.
ACT. IIIJ.
ACT. IIII.
ACT. IIIJ.
act 5
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
The EPILOGVE.
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dramatis personae
THE INDVCTION.
THE PROLOGVE FOR THE STAGE.
THE PROLOGVE FOR THE COVRT.
THE STAPLE OF NEWES.
act 1
ACT. I.
ACT. II.
ACT. I.
ACT. I.
ACT. I.
ACT. I.
The first Intermeane after the first Act.
act 2
ACT. II.
ACT. II.
ACT. II.
ACT. II.
ACT. II.
The second Intermeane after the second Act.
act 3
TO THE READERS.
ACT. III.
ACT. III.
ACT. III.
ACT. III.
The third Intermeane after the third Act.
act 4
ACT. IIII.
ACT. IIII.
ACT. IIII.
ACT. IIIJ.
The fourth Intermeane after the fourth Act.
act 5
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
ACT. V.
The Epilogue.
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THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY.
The Prologue.
THE DIVELL IS AN ASSE.
act 1
ACT. I.
ACT. I. SCENE. II.
ACT. I. SCENE. IIJ.
ACT. I. SCENE. IIII.
ACT. I. SCENE. V.
ACT. I. SCENE. VI.
ACT. I. SCENE. VII.
act 2
ACT. IJ.
ACT. II. SCENE. II.
ACT. II. SCENE. III.
ACT. II. SCENE. IV.
ACT. II. SCENE. V.
ACT. IJ. SCENE. VI.
ACT. II. SCENE. VII.
ACT. II. SCENE. VIIJ.
act 3
ACT. III.
ACT. III. SCENE. II.
ACT. III. SCENE. IIJ.
ACT. IIJ. SCENE. IV.
ACT. IIJ. SCENE. V.
ACT. IIJ. SCENE. VI.
act 4
ACT. IIIJ.
ACT. IIIJ. SCEN.E II.
ACT. IIIJ. SCENE. IJI.
ACT. IIIJ. SCENE. IV.
ACT. IIIJ. SCENE. V.
ACT. IIIJ. SCENE. VI.
ACT. IV. SCENE. VIJ.
act 5
ACT. V.
ACT. V. SCENE. II.
ACT. V. SCENE. IIJ.
ACT. V. SCENE. IV.
ACT. V. SCENE. V.
ACT. V. SCENE. VJ.
ACT. V. SCENE. VIJ.
ACT. V. SCENE. VIII.
The Epilogue.
collection of masques
CHRISTMAS, HIS MASQUE; AS IT VVAS PRESEN∣TED AT COVRT. 1616.
The Epilogue.
masque
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THE FRONT BEFORE THE SCENE, was an Arch-Triumphall.
THE VISION OF DELIGHT PRESENTED AT COVRT IN CHRISTMAS, 1617.
PLEASURE RECONCILED TO VERTVE. A Masque. AS IT WAS PRESENTED AT COVRT BEFORE KING IAMES. 1619.
FOR THE HONOUR OF VVALES.
NEWES FROM THE NEVV VVORLD DISCOVER'D IN THE MOONE. A Masque, AS IT VVAS PRESEN∣TED AT COVRT BE∣FORE KING IAMES. 1620.
masque
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THE PROLOGUE AT WINDSOR.
THE SPEECH AT THE KINGS ENTRANCE AT BURLEIGH.
THE GYPSIES METAMORPHOS'D.
The EPILOGUE.
THE MASQUE OF AUGURES. WITH THE SEVERALL ANTIMASQVES PRESENTED ON TWELFE-NIGHT, 1622.
The first Antimasque had for the SCENE The Court Buttry-hatch.
The Second Antimaske.
TIME VINDICATED TO HIMSELFE, AND TO HIS HONORS.
NEPTUNES TRIUMPH FOR THE RETVRNE OF ALBION.
PANS ANNIVERSARIE; OR, THE SHEPHERDS HOLY-DAY.
THE MASQUE OF OWLES AT KENELWORTH. Presented by the Ghost of Captaine Coxe mounted in his Hoby-horse. 1626.
THE FORTUNATE ISLES, AND THEIR VNION. CELEBRATED IN A MASQVE Design'd for the Court, on the Twelfth night. 1626.
LOVES TRIUMPH THROUGH CALLIPOLIS. Performed in a Masque at Court. 1630. By his Majestie, with the Lords, and Gentlemen assisting.
To make the Spectators understanders.
masque proper
The Masquers Names.
CHLORIDIA. RITES TO CHLORIS AND HER NYMPHS. Personated in a Masque at Court. By the Queenes Majestie And her Ladyes. At Shrove-tide. 1630.
THE ANTIMASQVE.
The Names of the Masquers as they sate in the Bowre.
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To the Reader.
VNDER-VVOODS. POEMS OF DEVOTION.
The Sinners Sacrifice. To the Holy Trinitie.
A Hymne to God the Father.
A Hymne On the Nativitie of my Saviour.
A Celebration of CHARIS in ten Lyrick Peeces.
The Musicall strife; In a Pastorall Dialogue.
A SONG.
In the person of Woman kind. A Song Apologetique.
Another. In defence of their Inconstancie. A Song.
A Nymphs Passion.
The Houre-glasse.
My Picture left in Scotland.
Against Iealousie.
The Dreame.
An Epitaph on Master VINCENT CORBET.
An Epistle to Sir EDVVARD SACVILE, now Earle of Dorset.
An Epistle to Master IOHN SELDEN.
An Epistle to a Friend, to perswade him to the Warres.
An Epitaph on Master PHILIP GRAY.
Epistle To a Friend.
An Elegie.
An Elegie.
A Satyricall Shrub.
A little Shrub growing by.
An Elegie.
An Ode. To himselfe.
The mind of the Frontispice to a Booke.
An Ode to IAMES Earle of Desmond, writ in Queene ELIZABETHS time, since lost, and recovered.
An Ode.
An Ode.
A Sonnet. To the noble Lady, the Lady MARY WORTH.
A Fit of Rime against Rime.
An Epigram On WILLAM Lord Burl: Lo: high Treasurer of England.
An Epigram. To THOMAS Lo: ELSMERE, the last Terme he sate Chancellor.
Another to him.
An Epigram to the Councellour that pleaded, and carried the Cause.
An Epigram. To the small Poxe.
An Epitaph.
A Song.
An Epistle to a friend.
An Elegie.
An Elegie.
An Elegie.
An Elegie.
An Elegie.
An Execration upon Vulcan.
A speach according to Horace.
An Epistle to Master Arth: Squib.
An Epigram on Sir Edward Coke, when he was Lord chiefe Iustice of England.
An Epistle answering to one that asked to be Sealed of the Tribe of BEN.
The Dedication of the Kings new Cellar. To Bacchus.
An Epigram on The Court Pucell.
An Epigram. To the honour'd —Countesse of—
Lord BACONS Birth-day.
A Poëme sent me by Sir William Burlase. The Painter to the Poet.
My Answer. The Poet to the Painter.
An Epigram. To, WILLIAM, Earle of Newcastle.
Epistle To Mr. ARTHUR SQUIB.
To Mr. IOHN BURGES.
Epistle. To my Lady COVELL.
To Master Iohn Burges.
Epigram, to my Book-seller.
An Epigram. To WILLIAM Earle of Newcastle.
An Epitaph, on HENRY L. La-ware. To the Passer-by.
An Epigram.
An Epigram. To K. CHARLES for a 100. pounds he sent me in my sicknesse.
To K CHARLES, and Q MARY. For the losse of their first-borne, An Epigram Consolatorie.
An Epigram. To our great and good K. CHARLES On his Anniversary Day.
An Epigram on the Princes birth
An Epigram to the Queene, then lying in.
An Ode, or Song, by all the Muses. In celebration of her Majesties birth-day.
An Epigram, To the House-hold.
Epigram. To a Friend, and Sonne.
To the immortall memorie, and friendship of that noble paire, Sir LVCIVS CARY, and Sir H. MORISON.
To the Right Honourable, the Lord high Treasurer of England.
To the King. On his Birth-day.An Epigram Anniversarie.
On the Right Honourable, and vertuous Lord Weston, L. high Treasurer of England, Ʋpon the Day, Hee was made Earle of Portland.
To the Right honble Hierome, L. Weston. An Ode gratulatorie. For his Returne from his Embassie.
EPITHALAMION; OR, A SONG: CELEBRATING THE NVPTIALS OF THAT NOBLE Gentleman, Mr. HIEROME WESTON, Son, and Heire, of the Lord WESTON, Lord high Treasurer of England, with the Lady FRANCES STUART, Daughter of ESME D. of Lenox deceased, and Sister of the Surviving Duke of the same name.
The humble Petition of poore Ben. To th'best of Monarchs, Masters, Men, King CHARLES.
To the right Honourable, the Lord Treasurer of England. An Epigram.
An Epigram To my MƲSE, the Lady Digby, on her Husband, Sir KENELME DIGBY.
poem
A New-yeares-Gift sung to King CHARLES, 1635.
On the Kings Birth-day.
To my L. the King, On the Christning His second Sonne IAMES.
An Elegie On the Lady ANNE PAVVLET, Marchion: of Winton.
EUPHEME; OR, THE FAIRE FAME. LEFT TO POSTERITIE Of that truly-noble Lady, the Lady VENETIA DIGBY, late Wife of Sir KE∣NELME DIGBY, Knight: A Gentleman absolute in all Numbers;
1. The Dedication of her CRADLE.
2. The Song of her DESCENT.
3. The Picture of the BODY.
4. The MIND.
TO KENELME, IOHN, GEORGE.
9. Elegie on my Muse.
Vitae Rusticae Laudes.
The praises of a Countrie life.
ode 1
Ode 1. Lib. quarto. Ad Venerem.
Ode the first. The fourth Booke. To Venus.
ode 9
Ode ix. lib. 3. Ad Lydiam. Dialogus Horatii & Lydiae.
Ode IX. 3 Booke, to Lydia. Dialogue of Horace, and Lydia
Fragmentum Petron. Arbitr.
version
The same translated.
Epigramma Martialis. Lib. viii. Lxxvii.
version
The same translated.
THE KINGS ENTERTAINMENT AT WELBECK IN NOTTINGHAM-SHIRE, A house of the Right Honourable, WILLIAM Earle of Newcastle, Vicount Mansfield, Baron of Botle, and Bolsover, &c. At his going into Scotland. 1633.
His Matie being set at Dinner,
A Song was sung: A Dialogue betweene the Passions, Doubt and Love.
The second Straine.
After Dinner.
dialogue
speech
LOVES VVEL-COME. THE KING AND QVEENES ENTERTAINMENT AT BOLSOVER: AT The Earle of Newcastles, The thirtieth of Iuly, 1634.
The Song at the Banquet; Sung by two Tenors, and a Base.
Complement.
After the Banquet, the King and Queene retir'd, were entertain'd with Coronell Vitruvius his Oration to his Dance of Mechanickes.
Eros. Anteros.
speech
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The Persons Names.
Arguments.
MORTIMER HIS FALL.
Act I.
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THE SCENE LONDON.
THE INDVCTION, OR, CHORUS.
THE MAGNETICK LADY: OR, HUMORS RECONCIL'D.
ACT I.
SCENE I.
ACT I. SCENE II.
ACT I. SCENE III.
ACT. I. SCENE IV.
ACT I. SCENE V.
ACT I. SCENE VI.
ACT I. SCENE VII.
ACT II.
SCENE I.
ACT II. SCENE II.
ACT II. SCENE III.
ACT II. SCENE IIII.
ACT II. SCENE V.
ACT II. SCENE VI.
ACT II. SCENE VII.
ACT III.
SCENE I.
ACT III. SCENE II.
ACT III. SCENE III.
ACT III. SCENE IV.
ACT III. SCENE V.
ACT III. SCENE VI.
ACT IIII.
SCENE I.
ACT IIII. SCENE II.
ACT IV. SCENE III.
ACT IV. SCENE IV.
ACT IIII. SCENE V.
ACT IV. SCENE VI.
ACT IIII. SCENE VII.
ACT IV. SCENE VIII.
ACT V.
SCENE I.
ACT V. SCENE II.
ACT V. SCENE III.
ACT V. SCENE IV.
ACT V. SCENE V.
ACT V. SCENE VI.
ACT V. SCENE VII.
ACT V. SCENE VIII.
ACT V. SCENE IX.
ACT V. SCENE X.
CHORUS Changed into an EPILOGVE: To the KING.
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The Persons that act.
PROLOGVE.
A TALE OF A TUB.
ACT I.
SCENE I.
ACT I. SCENE II.
ACT I. SCENE III.
ACT I. SCENE IV.
ACT I. SCENE V.
ACT I. SCENE VI.
ACT I. SCENE VII.
ACT II.
SCENE I.
ACT II. SCENE II.
ACT II. SCENE III.
ACT II. SCENE IV.
ACT II. SCENE V.
ACT II. SCENE VI.
ACT III.
SCENE I.
ACT III. SCENE II.
ACT III. SCENE III.
ACT III. SCENE IV.
ACT III. SCENE V.
ACT III. SCENE VI.
ACT III. SCENE VII.
ACT III. SCENE VIII.
ACT III. SCENE IX.
ACT IV.
SCENE I.
ACT IIII. SCENE II.
ACT IV. SCENE III.
ACT IV. SCENE IV.
ACT IV. SCENE V.
ACT IIII. SCENE VI.
ACT V.
SCENE I.
ACT V. SCENE II.
ACT V. SCENE III.
ACT V. SCENE IV.
ACT V. SCENE V.
ACT V. SCENE VI.
ACT V. SCENE VII.
ACT. V. SCENE VIII.
ACT. V. SCENE IX.
ACT V. SCENE X.
The first Motion.
The second Motion.
The third Motion.
The fourth Motion.
The fift Motion.
EPILOGVE.
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The Persons of the Play.
THE ARGVMENT of the first ACT.
The PROLOGVE.
THE SAD SHEPHERD; OR, A TALE OF Robin-hood.
ACT I.
SCENE I.
ACT I. SCENE II.
ACT. I. SCENE III.
ACT I. SCENE IIII.
ACT I. SCENE V.
ACT I. SCENE VI.
ACT I. SCENE VII.
The Argument of the second ACT.
ACT. II.
SCENE. I.
ACT II. SCENE II.
ACT II. SCENE III.
ACT II. SCENE IV.
ACT II. SCENE V.
ACT II. SCENE VI.
ACT II. SCENE VII.
ACT II. SCENE VIII.
The Argument of the third ACT.
ACT III.
SCENE I.
ACT III. SCENE II.
ACT III. SCENE III.
ACT III. SCENE IV.
ACT III. SCENE V.
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poem
HORATIUS DE ARTE POETICA.
HORACE, OF THE ART OF POETRIE.
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quotations
THE PREFACE.
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CHAPTER I. Of Grammar, and the Parts.
CHAPTER II. (h) Of Letters, and their powers.
CHAP. III. Of the Vowels.
CHAP. IIII. Of the Consonants.
CHAP. V. Of the Dipthongs.
CHAPTER. VI. Of the Syllabes.
CHAPTER VII. Of the Accent
CHAPTER. VIII. The Notation of a Word
CHAP. IX. Of the Parts of Speech.
CHAP. X. Of the Noune.
CHAP. XI. Of the Diminution of Nounes.
CHAP. XII. Of Comparisons.
CHAP. XIII. Of the First Declension.
CHAPTER XIIII. Of the second Declension.
CHAPTER. XV. Of Pronounes.
CHAP. XVI. Of a Verbe.
CHAP. XVII. Of the first Conjugation.
CHAP. XVIII. Of the second Conjugation.
CHAP. XIX. Of the third Conjugation.
CHAP. XX. Of the fourth Conjugation.
CHAP. XXI. Of Adverbes.
CHAP. XXII. Of Conjunctions.
THE SECOND BOOKE, OF THE ENGLISH GRAMMAR. Of Syntaxe.
CHAP. I. Of Apostrophus.
CHAP. II. Of the Syntaxe of one Noune with another.
CHAP. III. Of the Syntaxe of a Pronoune with a Noune.
CHAP. IIII. Of the Syntaxe of Adjectives.
CHAPTER. V. Of the Syntaxe of a Verb with a Noune.
CHAP. VI. Of the Syntaxe of a Verbe, with a Verbe.
CHAP. VII. Of the Syntaxe of Adverbes.
CHAP. VIII. Of the Syntaxe of Conjunctions.
CHAPTER IX. Of the Distinction of Sentences.
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SYLVA.
EXPLORATA: OR, DISCOƲERIES.