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"Theophila, or, Loves sacrifice a divine poem / written by E.B., Esq., several parts thereof set to fit aires by Mr. J. Jenkins."
Benlowes, Edward, 1603?-1676.
Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726.
Ross, Alexander, 1591-1654.
Includes some Latin verses and translations by the author, and Latin translations of Canto I by Alexander Ross and of Canto VII by Jeremy Collier, the elder.
A prominent feature of this title is the engraved plates with which it is profusely illustrated. It is said that no two copies are exactly alike as to number and position of illustrations.
, 268 p.,  leaves of plates:
London: Printed by R.N., sold by Henry Seile ... and Humphrey Moseley ..., 1652.
Jenkins, H. Edward Benlowes / p. 186-233
Wing / B1879
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