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The mysteries of love & eloquence, or, The arts of wooing and complementing

The mysteries of love & eloquence, or, The arts of wooing and complementing

as they are manag"d in the Spring Garden, Hide Park, the New Exchange, and other eminent places : a work, in which are drawn to the life, the deportments of the most accomplisht person ... : addresses and set forms of expressions for imitation, poems, pleasant songs, letters ... a dictionary for the making of rimes ... epithets ... together with a new invented art of logick ..

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Published by Printed for N. Brooks ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Courtship -- England,
  • Letter writing,
  • English language -- Rhyme,
  • Epithets,
  • Logic

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe mysteries of love and eloquence, The arts of wooing and complementing
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 328:15
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[25], 288 [i.e. 304], 70, [25] p
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18028043M

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The mysteries of love & eloquence, or, The arts of wooing and complementing as they are manag'd in the Spring Garden, Hide Park, the New Exchange, and other eminent places: a work in which is drawn to the life the deportments of the most accomplisht persons, the mode of their courtly entertainments, treatments of their ladies at balls, their accustom'd sports, drolls and fancies, the witchcrafts of their.

The Mysteries of Love&Eloquence; or the Arts of wooing and complementing, etc. The preface signed: E. P., i.e. Edward Phillips James Rawlins, for Obadiah Blagrave, The mysteries of love & eloquence, or, The arts of wooing and complementing by Phillips, Edward,Printed by James Rawlins for Obadiah Blagrave edition, Microform in English - Pages: Mysteries of love & eloquence, or, The arts of wooing and complementing: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Authors: Phillips E: City: London: Library: Henry E.

Huntington Library: Binding: Bound in calf with stamp 2 in blind on both covers: Bookplate: Armorial bookplate of the Bridgewater Library The mysteries of love & eloquence, or, The arts of wooing and complementing: as they are manag'd in the Spring Garden, Hide Park, the New Exchange, and other eminent places: a work in which is drawn to the life the deportments of the most accomplisht persons, the mode of their courtly entertainments, treatments of their ladies at balls, their.

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Dec 11,  · Even in the 17th century, people used lines to get dates and inspire love. Students will examine a chapter from a midth century handbook, The Mysteries of Love & Eloquence, Or the Arts of Wooing and Complementing, which offers to "young practioners [sic] of Love and Courtship set forms of expressions for imitation." Reading 17th century pick-up lines will give students an.

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We welcome your comments and questions. The mysteries of love & eloquence, or, The arts of wooing and complementing: as they are manag'd in the Spring Garden, Hide Park, the New Exchange, and other eminent places: a work in which is drawn to the life the deportments of the most accomplisht persons, the mode of their courtly entertainments, treatments of their ladies at balls, their accustom'd sports, drolls and fancies, the.

Jul 12,  · The book went under the spectacular name The Mysteries of Love & Eloquence, or, The Arts of Wooing and Complementing as They Are Manag’d in the Spring Garden, Hide Park, the New Exchange. From inside the book. What people are admire Æneid affection affirmative alwayes amorous answer argument Arts of Wooing Axioma bath beauty better body breath cause charming Cicero command Complements connexed Cuckold Cupid death delicious desire discourse disjunct syllogism Divine dost doth The mysteries of love and eloquence, Jun 18,  · The Mysteries of Love & Eloquence, or, The Arts of Wooing and Complementing Published: London (click to enlarge!) (clickity click.) Sounds goofy, but I wonder what it is about us as people that makes us need to use these witty lines to attract a mate.

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