|Author:||Baptista, Mantuanus, 1448-1516.|
|Title:||The bucolicks of Baptist Mantuan: in ten eclogues. / Translated out of Latine into English, by Tho: Harvey Gent.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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The bucolicks of Baptist Mantuan: in ten eclogues. / Translated out of Latine into English, by Tho: Harvey Gent.
Baptista, Mantuanus, 1448-1516., Harvey, Thomas.
London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold at his shop at the Princes Armes in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1656. [i.e. 1655]
|Alternate titles:||Adulescentia. English|
TO The most Accomplish'd and In∣comparable, The LADY ƲRANIA, Divinest of the Nine Sisters The MUSES.
TO THE LEARNED AND JUDICIOUS, Sir Marmaduke Lloyd KNIGHT.
TO THE READER in generall.
TO The Candid and Intelligent Women Readers.
THE ECLOGUES OF BAPTIST MANTUAN
ECLOGUE I. Treating of honest Love and its happy success Intituled FAUSTUS.
ECLOGUE II. Treating of the Madness of Love. Intituled FORTUNATUS.
ECLOGUE III. Treating of the hapless event of Frantick Love. Intituled AMYNTAS.
ECLOGUE IV. Treating of the Nature of Women. Intituled ALPHUS.
ECLOGUE V. Treating of the Behaviour of Rich men to∣wards Poets; Intituled CANDIDUS.
ECLOGUE VI. Treating of the difference between Citizens and Husbandmen. Intitled CORNIX.
ECLOGUE VII. Treating of the Conversion of young men to Reli∣gion, when the Author began to take Re∣ligious Orders. Intituled POLLUX.
ECLOGUE VIII. Treating of the Religion of the Coun∣try men, Intituled RELIGION
ECLOGUE IX. Treating of the manner of the Court of Rome, written by Mantuan after his entring into Religious orders; Intituled FALCO.
ECLOGUE X. Treating of the Controvesies between the obser∣vant and non-Observant Friers, written by Man∣tuan after his taking Religious Ordrs; Intituled BEMBUS.
THE EPILOGUE To the Readers.