Poems of Mr. John Milton, Both English and Latin, Compos'd at several times
|Poems of Mr. John Milton, Both English and Latin, Compos'd at leveral times (1645)
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THE ENGLISH REPLICAS
THERE WAS A SECOND EDITION OF THIS BOOK WITH SOME ADDITIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS IN 1673 BUT IT WAS NOT LIKE THE FIRST EDITION OF 1645 PREPARED FOR THE PRESS BY MILTON AND THE LATTER HAS BEEN CHOSEN FOR REPRODUCTION HERE • THE SECOND HALF OF THE BOOK CONTAINING THE LATIN POEMS HAS BEEN OMITTED • FOR A FINAL TEXT SEE CANON BEECHING's EDITION OF MILTON OXFORD 1900 • THE COPY REPRODUCED IS THAT IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM
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MADE AND PRINTED IN ENGLAND
BY PERCY LUND, HUMPHRIES & CO. LTD.
BRADFORD AND LONDON
Mr. John Milton,
ENGLISH and LATIN,
Compos'd at ſeveral times.
Printed by his true Copies.
The Songs were ſet in Musick by
Mr. Henry Lawes Gentleman of
the Kings Chappel, and one
of His Maiesties
Printed and publiſh'd according to
Printed by Ruth Raworth for Humphrey Moſeley
and are to be fold at the ſigne of the Princes
Arms in S. Pauls Church-yard. 1645.