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The third and last volume of the works of Mr. Abraham Cowley: being the second and third parts thereof, adorn'd with proper and elegant cuts. Part II. What was written and publish'd by himself; now reprinted together. The ninth edition. Part III. His six books of plants, The First and Second of Herbs. The Third and Fouth of Flowers. The Fifth and Sixth of Trees. Made English by several celebrated hands. With necessary tables, and divers poems of eminent Persons, in praise of the author: with the author's life, and other considerable additions and improvements.
- Cowley, Abraham, 1618-1667.
Mirth diverts all care: being excellent new songs, compos'd by the most celebrated wits of the age, on divers subjects, viz. The Scotch Riddle unfolded. News from London. The Voyage to Scotland. Sir Henry Wotten to Qanne. The Golden Age. An Old Man Courting a young Girl. The Leveller. The Chearful Heart. The Quaker's Ballad. The Quiet Retreat. Win at first, Lose at last, or, a Game at Cards. The Loyal Scot. On a Ladies Eyes and Lips. A Fly drown'd in a Ladies Eye. The Character of a Good Parson. A Song by Col. Salisbury. A Song on Ingratitude. A Song in English and Latin. Chivy Chase in English and Latin. The Grand Tack. The Fable. The Honest Man's Fate. A Peruke Block. A Latin Song. In Truncum Capillatum. With many more Rare songs, worthy of the Reader's Esteem.