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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Fancies Phoenix. Or The peerless paragon of the times. Being a young gallants description of a lady which hee hath settled his thoughts on, resolving never to change, nor to love any other beauty or face in the world. And is perswaded if there bee, a phœnix in the world, 'tis shee. To an amorous new tune.Date of publication:
1650Author(s):Description:Signed: C.H. Date of publication suggested by Wing. Verse: "Come all you batchelors so brave ..." In two parts, printed side by side. "Entred according to order." Imperfect: mutilated, affecting text. Reproduction of ...This item contains 4 files (102.84 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)[Time's] darling: or, [a love] worth liking; [...]men, abroad and at home, at bed and [...]mpany. [...]ell mee so; or, Loves tide.Date of publication:
1600-1699Author(s):Description:Signed: C.H. "Entered according to order." In verse. In two parts, printed side by side. Imperfect: torn, affecting title and first column of text. Reproduction of original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (47.85 KB).Publicly Available