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The muse"s delight: or, the songster"s jovial companion

The muse"s delight: or, the songster"s jovial companion

Being a collection of three hundred of the most celebrated new songs, sung at several societies of choice spirits, ... The whole carefully revised and corrected. In two parts.

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Published by printed for J. Pridden; J. Teast, at Bristol; W. Thorne, at Darlington; J. Eddows and S. Price, at Salop; and may be had of all other booksellers in Great-Britain in London .
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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 9306, no. 04.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],iv,160p.,plate
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18370838M

sung in public, at festivals, for the instruction and delight of the audience; and rehearsed before battle, as incentives to deeds of glory. Thus tragedy and the epic muse were born, and, in the progress of taste, arrived at perfection. It is no wonder that the ancients could not relish a fable in prose, after they had seen. The Merry fellow's companion; or American jest book. Containing a choice selection of anecdotes, bon mots, jests, repartees, stories, &c. &c. Published: () The youthful jester, or Repository of wit and ionocent [sic] amusement.

A jovial boon-companion, an affectionate friend, he was ever as open-handed as he was open-hearted. When he had money, his friends shared it, or feasted on it. Towards the close of his life, when sickness overtook him, and his popularity somewhat declined, after the death of James, he fell into poverty. Gerald Finzi, was a man drawn in several directions during his life. He was a man who devoured the written word. He was a man who realized life is short and that we should strive to leave something that makes a difference to humanity.

Scraping Acquaintance A man that hath friends must show himself friendly. -- PROVERBS xviii. As I was crossing Boston Common, some years ago, my attention was caught by the unusual behavior of a robin, who was standing on the lawn, absolutely motionless, and every few seconds making a faint hissing noise. The Greek Anthology, volume 3 (of five), translated by William Roger Paton (), Loeb/Heinemann edition of , a work in the public domain, placed online by the Internet Archive, text cleaned up and reformatted by Brady Kiesling.


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The muse's delight: or, the songster's jovial companion: Being a collection of three hundred of the most celebrated new songs, sung at several societies of choice spirits The whole carefully revised and corrected.

In two parts. The muse's delight: or, the Songster's Jovial Companion. Being a collection of three The muses delight: or of the most celebrated new songs, sung at several societies of choice spirits, Including all those at the Public Gardens and Playhouses, &c.

on Love, Mirth, War, Hunting, and Drinking, Interspersed with many Originals, by Persons of Eminence, much esteemed for their Humour, Wit and Oddity. The tenth muse lately sprung up in America, or, Severall poems compiled with great variety of wit and learning, full of delight wherein especially is contained a compleat discourse and description of the four elements, constitutions, ages of man, seasons of the year: together with an exact epitomie of the four monarchies, viz., the Assyrian, Persian, Grecian, Roman: also a dialogue.

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Robert Herrick (baptised 24 August –buried 15 October ) was a 17th-century English lyric poet and is best known for Hesperides, a book of includes the carpe diem poem "To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time". Every Friday for many years, John Barth has exchanged his weekday fiction muse for a nonfiction one.

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Unto the end, and work me witcheries. Potent as Circè or Medea wrought, Or Perimedè of the golden hair! Turn, magic wheel, draw homeward him I love. First we ignite the grain. Nay, pile it on: Where are thy wits flown, timorous Thestylis?

Shall I be flouted, I, by such as thou?