Browsing by Author "Cokain, Aston, Sir, 1608-1684. Trappolin creduto principe."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A chain of golden poems embellished with wit, mirth, and eloquence : together with two most excellent comedies, (viz.) The obstinate lady, and Trappolin suppos'd a prince / written by Sr Aston Cokayn.Date of publication:
1658Author(s):Description:"The obstinate lady" (p. 285), and "Trappolin creduto principe" (p. 411) each has special t.p. Also issued as: Small poems of divers sorts, 1658; Poems, 1662; and Choice poems of several sorts, 1669. Date of publication ...This item contains 4 files (10.77 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A duke and no duke as it is acted by Their Majesties servants : to which is now added, a preface concerning farce : with an account of the personæ and larvæ, &c. of the ancient theatre / by N. Tate ...Date of publication:
1693Author(s):Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. ; Lady. ; Person of quality. ; Etherege, George, Sir, 1635?-1691. ; Cokain, Aston, Sir, 1608-1684. Trappolin creduto principe. ; Draghi, Giovanni Battista, ca. 1640-1708. Tell me no more I am deceiv'd. ; King, Robert, fl. 1676-1728. Ah, poor Olinda. ; Draghi, Giovanni Battista, ca. 1640-1708. Who can resist my Celia's charms?Description:Three songs at end: "A song written by Sir George Etheridge, and set to music by Signior Baptist", "A song written by a lady, and set to music by Mr. King", "A song written by a person of quality, and set to music by Signior ...This item contains 4 files (1.71 MB).Publicly Available