[late 17th century].
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Binding: full sheep.
Manuscript, in multiple hands, of a collection of several dozen secular and lighthearted poems, primarily on the subject of love, though a few poems concern drinking and tobacco. The manuscript contains numerous love poems by Sir John Suckling and Thomas Carew; other poets in the volume include Sir Robert Ayton, John Wilbye, and John Fletcher. An anonymous poem consists of a pastoral dialogue between Phyllis and Strephon; several are addressed to Chloris; and numerous others are set to the tunes of other songs.
1 v. (83 f.) ; 14 x 8 cm.
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