|Author:||Oldham, John, 1653-1683.|
|Title:||Remains of Mr. John Oldham in verse and prose|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Remains of Mr. John Oldham in verse and prose
Oldham, John, 1653-1683.
London: Printed for Jo. Hindmarsh ..., 1687.
Numbers 21-32 omitted in paging.
"To the memory of Mr. Charles Morwent ...": (p. -114) has special t.p.
Among the introductory tributes are "To the memory of Mr. Oldham", by John Dryden, and "On the ensuing poems ...", by Thomas D'Urfey--NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library.
To the MEMORY of Mr. OLDHAM.
On the Death of Mr. John Oldham, A Pindarique Pastoral Ode.
In Memory of the Author.
On the ensuing Poems of Mr. John Oldham, and the Death of his good Friend the ingenious Author.
On the Death of Mr. John Oldham.
DAMON, an ECLOGUE On the untimely Death of Mr. Oldham.
Occasioned by the present Edition of the ensuing Poems, and the Death of the ingenious Author.
On the Death of Mr. Oldham, A PASTORAL.
To the MEMORY of Mr. JOHN OLDHAM.
COUNTERPART TO THE SATYR against VERTƲE. In Person of the Author.
Virg. ECLOGUE VIII. The Enchantment.
UPON THE MARRIAGE OF THE Prince of ORANGE WITH THE Lady MARY.
AN ODE For an Anniversary of MUSICK on S. Cecilia's Day.
TO MADAM L. E. Ʋpon her Recovery from a late Sickness.
ON THE DEATH OF Mrs Katharine Kingscourt, A Child of Excellent Parts and Piety.
A SUNDAY-THOUGHT In Sickness.
To the Memory of my Dear Friend, Mr. CHARLES MORWENT: A PINDARIQUE.
To the Memory of that worthy Gentle∣man, Mr. Harman Atwood. PINDARIQUE.