3 edition of Occasions off-spring, or, Poems upon severall occasions found in the catalog.
Occasions off-spring, or, Poems upon severall occasions
|Other titles||Occasions off-spring, Occasions off spring, Poems upon severall occasions|
|Statement||by Mathew Stevenson|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1558:3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 125,  p|
|Number of Pages||125|
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THE DESCRIPTION OF THE SCAENE. THe first thing that presented it selfe to the sight, was a rich Ornament that enclosed the Scaene; in the upper part of which were great branches o. Behold from tops of yonder hills doth come The blessed off-spring of's faire mothers womb, The only issue of's bright father too, On the thick tops o'th' groves doth leaping goe, The unshorne head of _Lebanus_ so hye Hee leaps, and the great backs of Mountaines by, The stately dwellings of the woods hee skips, And down again with nimble foot.
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OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (, pages) Other Titles: Occasions off-spring. Poems upon severall occasions. Responsibility. Occasions off-spring. Or Poems upon severall occasions by Mathew Stevenson Author/creator: Stevenson, Matthew, fl.
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Stevenson, Matthew, fl. Occasions Off-spring. Or Poems upon Severall Occasions: By Mathew Stevenson London: Printed for John Place [etc.] , p. Preliminaries omitted; verse reproduced elsewhere in English Poetry omitted.
Stevenson, Matthew, fl. Poems by Matthew Stevenson. from Poems, &c. upon Several Occasions, To the Right Honourable, Although not openly acknowledg'd by the Author, yet it is a legitimate off-spring, so lovely, and so much desired, that the often Copying of it hath tir'd my Pen to give my severall friends satisfaction.
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