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Author: Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595.
Title: Aminta:: the famous pastoral. / Written in Italian by Signor' Torquato Tasso. And translated into English verse by John Dancer. Together with divers ingenious poems.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Aminta:: the famous pastoral. / Written in Italian by Signor' Torquato Tasso. And translated into English verse by John Dancer. Together with divers ingenious poems.
Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595., Dancer, John, fl. 1660-1675.

London: Printed for John Starkey, at the Miter, near the Middle Temple-gate in Fleet-street, 1660.
Alternate titles: Aminta. English
Subject terms:
Italian poetry
Tasso, Torquato, -- 1544-1595. -- Aminta
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A94684.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO My much Honoured, AND Truely Noble Friend, Mr. R. B.
To The READER:
Prologue.
TASSO'S AMINTA.
Act. 1.
Scen. I.
Act. 1. Scen. 2.
CHORUS.
Act. 2.
Scen. 1.
Act. 2. Scen. 2.
Act. 2. Scen. 3.
CHORUS.
Act. 3
Scen. 1.
Act. 3. Scen. 2.
CHORUS.
Act. 4.
Scen: 1.
Act. 4. Scen. 2.
CHORUS.
Act. 5.
Scen. 1.
CHORUS.
Poems.
Lucretia (ravished by Sextus Tarquine) to her Husband Collatine and her Friends.
Vetruria to her Son, Cn. Martius Coriolanus, about to raise civil war against his Countrey.
Cataline Exhorting his Souldiers to fight with Anthony.
Mutius Scaevola to Porsenna, when killing his Secretary instead of him be was taken.
On a Lady sick of the smal pox.
In praise of a Constable.
A voyage from Egypt.
Dom. Baudii. Gno. Iamb. lib. primus.
The Defiance.
The wonder.
The Composition.
The Conquest.
Reason in Love.
Beauty.
The Variety.
She inconstant.
The Resolution.
She Weeping.
The Wish.
Despair.
Love or no Love.
Gold.
The Farewel.
publisher's advertisement
to the reader
Books in Divinity.
Books of History and Humanity.
In the Presse.