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THE B.RITISH MUSE,
OR, A Collection of THOUGHTS Moral, Natural, and Sublime,
OF OUR ENGLISH POETS:
Who flourished in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.
With several curious TOPICKS, and beautiful
PASSAGES, never before extracted, from
FLETCHER, and above a Hundred more. The Whole digested Alphabetically under their
respective Heads, according to the Order of TIME in which they wrote ; to shew the gradual IMPROVEMENTS of our Poetry and Language.
In THREE VOLUME S. By THOMAS HAYWARD, Gent. With an Historical and Critical Review of This, and all theL'OLLECTIONS of this kind hitherra published.
LONDON, Printed for F. COGAN, at the Middle Temple Gate in Fleetstreet, and J. Nourse, at the Lalab without Temple-Bar.
M. DCC. XXXVIII.
Containing an Historical and Critical
Review of all the Collections of this
HE fupposed ease of digest-
the feveral undertakings of