|Author:||Baron, Robert, b. 1630.|
|Title:||Pocula Castalia· The authors motto. Fortunes tennis-ball. Eliza. Poems. Epigrams, &c. By R.B. Gen.|
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Pocula Castalia· The authors motto. Fortunes tennis-ball. Eliza. Poems. Epigrams, &c. By R.B. Gen.
Baron, Robert, b. 1630., Marshall, William, fl. 1617-1650, engraver.
London: Printed by W.H. for Thomas Dring, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the George, near Cliffords-Inne in Fleet-street, 1650.
Epigrams, English -- 17th century.
To my Honour'd Friend Benjamin Garfield Esq; Ʋpon his excellent Tragi-comedy Entitled The Ʋnfortunate Fortunate.
IV. Antithesis, to the conclusion of Sannazarius his Epigram on the City of Venice, which when he has compared to Rome, he saies