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Author: Prujean, Thomas, 1622 or 3-1662.
Title: Aurorata·: By Thomas Prujean, student of Gonvile and Caius Colledge in Cambridge.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: Aurorata·: By Thomas Prujean, student of Gonvile and Caius Colledge in Cambridge.
Prujean, Thomas, 1622 or 3-1662.

London: Printed for Hugh Perry neere Ivy Bridge in the Strand, 1644.

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To the true Patterne of Beauty and Ver∣tue, the quintessences of all Perfection, my most honoured Cousins Of Hatley St. George, Health and Peace.
To the memorie of Sir Philip Sidney.
To the Right Honourable, the Coun∣tesse of Dorset, Governesse to our most Illustrious Kings Children, on the opening of the New-yeare.
To Coelia a Rapture.
To my Booke going to Coelia.
On the spring to Caelia.
To Doctor Gill on calling mee his friend
A Pastorall Poem.
To Coelia on tendring her trosses.
To my worthy Master Mr. Webbe Master in Musicke and the Kings servant, &c.
On my doubting Coelia had bin dead.
On the death of that beauteous virgin Mistris Eliz: Farmerie, daughter to the right Worshipfull my most honoured friend John Farmerie Dr. in Law, Chancellour of Lincolne, &c.
On the death of my most honoured vncle William Prujean Doctor in Phisicke, &c.
On my hearing that Coelia was dead.
On my stealing a kisse from Coelia asleepe.
On my Coelia being sicke.
To Coelia in saying she would not love.
Coelia Lucens, or beauty's glory.
A Riddleon Coelia.
An Acrosticke on my most respected Consin, Mistris MARGARET St. GEORGE.
A Rapture on Coelia.
To Her.
An Acrosticke on my honoured cousin Mistris MARY St. GEORGE.
Another on my Cousin KATHERINE.
To my most honoured Cousin Mistris Katherine St. George.
To a proud ugly girle.
On my most honoured cousin Mrs. Katherine St George.
To Coelia.
The Meditation
The worlds Pilgrimage to himselfe.
The Penitent.
The Cambridge Mouse.
A Sonnet against women by an unknowne Author.
An Answer to it.
To Coelia a Sonnet.
A Sonnet.
An Application of a French Sonnet.
To my selfe on Coelia a Sonnet.
A Sonnet on Coelia.
A Sonnet.
To my selfe on her Sonnet.
A Sonnet in the praise of Musicke.
To the Examples of all beauty, my honoured Cousins, Mistris St. George.
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Iuliet to Romeo.
Calista to Lisander.
To my Selfe an Allegory.