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|London Bridge as it was in Shakespeare's day, circa 1600.||Views of London as it was in 1616.||Views of Cheapside London, from a print of 1639.||The Carrier's Cosmography. A guide to all the Carriers in London. As given by John Taylor in 1637.||Oxquarry Books Ltd|
|Thomas Lodge, Sonnets to Phillis, 1593|
Sidney, Astrophel and Stella, 1591.
Wherein the excellence of sweet poesy is concluded.
|Thomas Watson, The Tears of Fancie, or Love Disdained. 1593.|
|Edmund Spenser, Amoretti and Epithalamion, 1595|
Barnes, Parthenophil and Parthenophe,
Sonnets, Madrigals, Elegies and Odes, 1593.
|Giles Fletcher, Licia, or Poems of Love, Sonnets, 1593.|
|Bartholomew Griffin, Fidessa, more chaste than kind. Sonnets, 1596.|
|Michael Drayton. Sonnets to Idea. 1594-1619|
|Oscar Wilde. The Portrait of Mr. W.H.|
|Mr. W. H.|
|Sir Thomas Wyatt. Collected Poems.|
|The Carrier's Cosmography.|
A guide to all the Carriers in London, where they may be found, and on what days, whence, and whither, they arrive and depart. As given by John Taylor in 1637.
|A Lover's Complaint. Text and Commentary.|
|A LOVER'S COMPLAINT|
|Article on Conscience by Dr. T. Merriam|
|Holbein portraits of the time of Wyatt.|