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The works of Ben Jonson; with notes critical and explanatory, and a biographical memoir,

Author: Ben Jonson; Francis Cunningham
Publisher: London, Bickers and Son 1875.
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Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637.
Works of Ben Jonson.
London, Bickers and Son [etc.] 1875
(OCoLC)613041542
Named Person: William Gifford; William Gifford
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ben Jonson; Francis Cunningham
OCLC Number: 744477
Description: 9 volumes illustrations 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. Every man his humour --
v. 2. Every man out of his humour ; Cynthia's revels ; The poetaster --
v. 3. Sejanus his fall ; Volpone: or, The fox ; Epiccene: or, The silent woman --
v. 4. The alchemist ; Catiline ; Bartholomew Fair --
v. 5. The devil is an ass ; The staple of news ; The new inn: or, The light heart ; Ode (to himself) ; An answer to the ode (by Owen Feltham) ; An answer to Ben Jonson's ode (by T. Randolph) ; To Ben Jonson (by T. Carew) ; Ode to Ben Jonson (by J. Cleveland) --
v. 6. The magnetic lady ; A tale of a tub ; The sad shepherd: or a tale of Robin Hood ; The fall of Mortimer ; The case is altered ; Part of King James's entertainment in passing to his coronation ; A panegyre on the happy entrance of James, our sovereign, to his first high session of parliament in this his kingdom ; The satyr ; The penates ; The entertainment of the two kings of Great Britain and Denmark at Theobalds ; An entertainment of King James and Queen Anne at Theobalds --
v. 7. The masque of blackness ; The masque of beauty ; Hymenaei: or, the solemnities of masque and barriers at a marriage ; The hue and cry after cupid ; The masque of queens ; The speeches at Prince Henry's barriers ; Oberon, the fairy prince ; Love freed from ignorance and folly ; Love restored ; A challenge at Tilt, At a marriage ; The Irish masque at court ; Mercury vindicated from the alchemists ; The golden age restored ; Christmas, his masque ; The masque of Lethe (or, Lovers made men) ; The vision of delight ; Pleasure reconciled to virtue ; For the honour of Wales ; News from the New World in the moon ; A masque of the metamorphosed Gipsies ; The masque of Augurs --
v. 8. Time vindicated ; Neptune's triumph ; Pan's anniversary ; The masque of owls ; The fortunate isles, and their union ; Love's triumph through Callipolis ; Chloridia: rites to Cloris and her nymphs ; An expostulation with Inigo Jones ; Love's welcome at Welbeck ; Love's welcome at Bolsover ; Epigrams ; The forest ; Underwoods: consisting of divers poems ; Miscellaneous poems --
v. 9. Miscellaneous poems ; Leges Convivales ; Translations from the Latin poets ; Explorata: or discoveries ; The English Grammar ; Miscellaneous pieces and conversations ; An interlude, etc. ; Conversations with William Drummond ; Jonsonus virbius: or, The memory of Ben Jonson, revived by the Friends of the Muses, 1638.
Responsibility: by W. Gifford, esq.; with introduction and appendices by Lieut.-Col. F. Cunningham.

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