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Veronica Delany (ed.)
The Poems of Patrick Cary
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The Poems of Patrick, Cary
To the tune Once I lov'd a Maiden Fair &c.
To the tune I'le doe by Thee, as n'ere was done
To the tune I would give twenty pound &c.
To the tune of Bobbing Joane
To the tune of Troye-town
To the tune But I fancy lovely Nancy &c.
To the tune of The Healths
To the tune I'le tell thee Dicke that I have been &c.
To the tune That we may row with my P. over the Ferry
To the tune Will and Tom &c.
To the tune But that n'ere troubles me Boyes &c.
The Country Life
To the tune And will you now to Peace encline &c.
To a French tune ('Speak of somewhat else I pray;')
To a French tune ('A griev'd Countess, that e're long')
To an Italian tune ('Poor Heart, retire!')
To an Italian tune (''Tis true. I am fettered')
To a Spanish tune called Folias
To an Italian tune called Girometta
To the tune To Parliament the Queen is gone &c.
To the tune I'le have my Love, or I'le have none
To the tune of Phillida flouts me
To the tune of Francklin is fled away
O that I had wings like a Dove
Servire Deo, Regnare est
The invisible things of him from the Creation of the world are clearly seen
Crux Via Cælorum
Crucifixus pro Nobis
There is no new Thing under the Sun (Eccl. i. 9)
[Stulte, hac nocte animam tuam repetunt a te. (Luke xii. 20)]
Dirige vias meas Domine!
Nobis natus in Pretium nobis datus in Præmium
Dies Iræ, Dies illa
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