A Helpe to memory and discourse with table- talke as musicke to a banquet of wine : being a compendium of witty, and vsefull propositions, problemes, and sentences / extracted from the larger volumes of physicians, philosophers, orators and poets, distilled in their assiduous and learned obseruations, and which for method, manner, and referent handling may be fitly tearmed, A Second misselany, or helpe to discourse.

Title

A Helpe to memory and discourse with table- talke as musicke to a banquet of wine : being a compendium of witty, and vsefull propositions, problemes, and sentences / extracted from the larger volumes of physicians, philosophers, orators and poets, distilled in their assiduous and learned obseruations, and which for method, manner, and referent handling may be fitly tearmed, A Second misselany, or helpe to discourse.

Author

Basse, William, d. ca. 1653.

Phillips, E.

Date

1630

Place of Publication

London

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Languages

English

Editorial Practice

Sometimes attributed to William Basse and E. Phillips; contains on p. 45-46, and p. 143 the earliest known printings of two poems by John Donne--cf. STC. Imperfect: stained, torn and tightly bound, with loss of text. "Table-talke, as musicke to a banquet of wine" has special t.p. and continuous paging. Signatures: A-F¹², G¹⁰. Reproduction of original in: Harvard University. Library.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A02909
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A02909
  • DLPS: A02909
  • STC: STC 13051.3
  • STC: ESTC S3795
  • EEBO-CITATION: 33150994
  • OCLC: ocm 33150994
  • VID: 28854