At Vacant Hours
Bloomsbury Academic, 31 Μαΐ 2002 - 492 σελίδες
This richly annotated collection of previously unpublished verse by Thomas St Nicholas (1602-1668), an important puritan lawyer, parliamentarian and contemporary of John Milton, provides a memorable record of English life during the crucial middle decades of the seventeenth century.
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The Poems 162468
The Birmingham Manuscript MS BUL 5iv23
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