|Author:||Murford, Nicholas, fl. 1638-1652.|
|Title:||Fragmenta poetica, or, Miscelanies of poetical musings, moral and divine by Nich. Murford.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Fragmenta poetica, or, Miscelanies of poetical musings, moral and divine by Nich. Murford.
Murford, Nicholas, fl. 1638-1652.
London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley ..., 1650.
Contains portrait frontispiece.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
To the READER.
L'Auteur au Lecteur de son ouvre.
Idem ad eundem.
To the Author.
Ʋpon the Authors Poems.
On the Authors mixt Poems.
Nich. Murford Authori Hospiti Amicissimo.
Ʋpon the Authors Work.
Ʋpon his Inne.
To the Reader of those Poems.
To his worthy Friend Mr. N.M. Merchant, on his Fragmenta Poetica,.
To the Author.
To the Author Mr. N.M. upon his divine POEMS.
To his esteemed friend M. Nich. Murford, On his Fragmenta Poetica.
To the Book.
To his worthy friend M. Nich. Murford, Ʋpon his Fragmenta Poetica.
To his very good Friend Mr. Nich. Murford, upon his POEMS.
Upon the pithy Poems of Mr. Nicholas Murford, MERCHANT.
A l' Autheur.
To the Authour M. Nicholas Murford, Merchant. Nurs-child of Maro. Anag.
To my exceedingly respected friend Mr. Nicholas MƲRFORD, Merchant.
The Invocation. To the most High GOD. His humble Servant Implores his most favourable assistance.
POEMS. The STORM and CALM: Sent from Embden to M. Edw. Ma. and M. Tho. Ly.
To the Right Worshipful Thomas Revet Maior elect of Kings Lynn. The PRESENT.
Epigrams and Epitaphs.
To Sir R. S. Epistle.
A SONG, Made at my last coming out of Germany.
14 Junii, 1649. Epithalamium to M. G. Heather, who that day married Mistress J. Revet.
A Farewell to the World. Satyr 1. OR A Comment on a Copy of Verses.
D. Rogero Sotheby Mercatori, ut pignus observantia D.D.D. hunc Papam-Daemon. N.M. Satyr. 2. The PICTVRE.
Drunkenesse Satyr. 3.
The Rimer routed. Satyr 4. OR, Replies to R. D. his Papers by N. de Monford. R. D. his first Paper.
R. D. Watchmaker, his second Paper.
Colendissimo, literatissimoque Moecenati D. Martino HOLBEACH. The Travells: Satyr 5.
The Epitaph upon the right worshipfull Thomas Slany Mayor of Lyn.
An Elegy on the death of Mr. William Barnard, Son of John Barnard of Kingston upon Hull Esq
Elegij-Epithalamion: To his indeared Bro. in Law T. S. on the death of his CHILD.
Elegie on one HƲNT a Groom, slain by his fellow-servant (being unarmed) upon some words, he having in haste (other servants being absent) carried his Ma∣ster a bason of water, before Gentlemen, with his Doublet off.
An Elegie upon the Death of my Daughter Amy.
Elegie by the Author unto his yoak-fellow from beyond the Seas.
SHIPWRACK, OR, An Elegie on the Drowning of John Olly, and his whole Company at Sea, by the overwhelming of his Ship, &c.
The Opinion, sent to Sir R.S.
THE SINNER. The Argument.
The REPENTANT. The Argument.
Verse 1. PSALM 51.
Adieu à la Monde. To the worshipfull JOHN MAY Esquire senior, Alderman of Lyn.
Solomons Caveat of the Harlot.
The Alphabeticall Table.