Children, it good [are] our continuall feares : if evill, our perpctuall griefes: and in a word, a#39;every man inhis best earthly estate altogether vanity a#39; (Psalm xxxix., 5) : life decreasing by the growth of it: the earth, yea even the heavens also passinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Poems, for the First Time Collected and Edited: Memoir. Essay on the poetry of the Fletchers. Who wrote Brittain's Ida? Brittain's Ida, &c|
|Author||:||Phineas Fletcher, Giles Fletcher, Alexander Balloch Grosart|