|Author:||Person of quality.|
|Title:||Carmina vestalia being three epistles to Harmonia, Corinna, and Sophronia, &c. / by a person of quality ; to which are added several poems by another hand.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Carmina vestalia being three epistles to Harmonia, Corinna, and Sophronia, &c. / by a person of quality ; to which are added several poems by another hand.
Person of quality.
London: Printed and sold by J. Nutt ..., 1700.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
To Cesaria and her Sister,
Carmina Vestalia. Being Three Epistles, &c.
To Harmonia, Mrs. P—son.
To Corinna, Mrs. B—ny.
To Sophronia, Mrs. S—mes.
On the young Duke of Holstein, which I saw at the Acadamy in Holland, in the Year 1692.
To a Gentleman who recommended Sir Philip Sidney's Pembrooks Arcadia to my reading.
Thirsis and Corydon.
To a young Lady who desired me to send her Pastor-Fido.
Ʋpon a young Lady playing on the Espinette.
Ʋpon a young Lady leaving of England.
Ʋpon the Death of Mrs. Anne P—ch.
To make a Married Life happy.
The Miseries attending Mankind.
On a Lady Stabbing her self.