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A Satyre written (in some copies dedi mour, or Faith and Prayer; being a Me. cated') to the Kings most excellent Majestie. | trical Paraphrase upon the Creed and Lord's London, 1614. 8vo. This spirited defence | Prayer. Bindley, pt. iv. 666, 17s. procured the author's release from im Exercises vpon the first Psalme, both in prisonment in the Marshalsea. Gordonstoun, Prose and Verse, by Geo. Wither, of the So2383, 14s. London, 1615. small 8vo. cietie of Lincolnes Inne. London, 1620. pp. 90. Nassau, pt. ii. 1254, 9s. Bindley,
Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 785, pt. iv. 664, with Abuses stript and whipt 11. 4s. and the Shepheards Hunting, 16s. 6d. Bibl. The Songs of the Old Testament, trand). Anglo-Poet. 783, 11. ls. 1616.
into English Measures. 1621. sm. Sva, The Shepheards Pipe (consisting of seven This contains fourteen of those versions of Eclogues and Pastorals by W. Browne and Scripture (with a new and easie Tune and G. Wither). 1614. 8vo. See BROWNE, a short Prologue also) afterwards entided William.
Songs of the Church.' The Shepheards Hunting: being certaine Ivvenilia. A Collection of those Poemes Eclogues, written during the Time of the which were heretofore imprinted and written
Anthor's Imprisonment in the Marshalsey. by George Wither. London, 1622. Sro. . London, 1615. These eclogues form a con Pp. 622. The title is engraved by Elstracte. tinuation to those in the Shepherd's Pipe. The edition contains as follows, Abuses strip Lloyd, 1243, 5s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1255, 8s. and whipt, The Scourge, Certain Epigranih Stanley, 388, with Abuses stript and whipt, Prince Henries Obseqries, A Satyre, Epia Satyre, 1616, and Fidelia, 1617, in 1 vol. thalamia, The Shepheards Hunting, and russia by Roger Payne, 41. 4s.
Fidelia. Bindley, pt. iv. 665, 10s. Lloyd, Preface by Sir E. Brydges. London, 1814. 1240, with Wither's Motto, 1622, 12. 13s. 12mo. A reprint of the edition of 1633. Reed, 7897, 21. 2s. Inglis, 1539, 21. lis. 100 copies printed. Strettell, 1573, 11s. 6d. Nassau, pt. ii. 1258, 2 vols. russia, 31. 55. See Retrospective Review, vii. 307-17. Stanley, 389, 41. 5s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet.
Fidelia. London, 1617. 8vo. Sir M. | 787, 41. 14s. 6d. London for Robert M. Sykes, pt. iii. 941. Newly corrected Allott, 1626.
· London for Robert Alict and augmented by George Withers of Lin 1633. 12mo. Pp. 732. This edition has colnes Inne Gentleman. London, 1619. some additions. White Knights, 4490, with 8vo. Pp. 60.
Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 784, portraits of Wither, 18s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 11. 11s. 6d. London, 1815. 12mo. 788, 61. 6s. reprint of the edition of 1619. One hundred Faire-Virtve, the Mistresse of Phil'arete, copies printed.
written by Him-selfe [George Wither). Withers Motto. Nec habeo, nec careo, London, 1622. 8vo. Pp. 206.
1618. A doubtful edition. full of beauties and passages of pre-eminent 30,000 copies of this interesting tract were merit. In the opinion of Dalrymple a more imprinted and published within a few months, perfect system of female tuition than is any according to Wither's Fragmenta Prophetica, where else to be found. Bindley, pt. ir. p. 47. Withers Motto was answered by W. 669, 4s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 786, 25. 2s. G. and printed at Oxford in 1625. It was With a Preface by Sir E. Brydges. Lond. also answered by John Taylor the Water 1818. sm. 8vo. A reprint of the edition of Poet. London, 1621. 12mo. with a 1622. Nassau, pt. ii. 1257, 135. Strettell, frontispiece. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 937, 1574, with portrait, 15s. 14s. Dent, pt. ii. 1130, morocco, 16s. 6d. The Hymnes and Songs of the Church. Strettell, 1568, 18s. Nassau, pt. ii. with London for G. W., 1623. 16mo. Pp. 222. Faire Virtue, 1622, russia, 11. 4s. Gordons Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 795, with the Psalmes of toun, 2384, 11. 9s. London, 1623. David by George Wither, printed in the 12mo. with a frontispiece. Strettell, 1569, | Neatherlands in 1632, 51, 55. Nassau, pt. with the Juvenilia, 1633, 11. 1641. ii. 1259, with ditto, 21. 3s. London, 1651. Birm. 1814. A reprint of the printed by the Assignes of George Wither, edition of 1621, and in Brydges' Restituta, i. 1623. 8vo. Pp. 72. This edition is beas113-26, is a reprint of Wither's Motto, also tifully printed with a very small type. Bibl. from the edition of 1621.
Anglo-Poet. 789, 12s. 1623. 4to. BindA Preparation to the Psalter. 1619. fol. ley, pt. iv. 933, 15s. 6d. London by Pp. 148. The title-page is neatly engraved the Assignes of G. Wither, 1623. fol. A by Delaram. Lloyd, 1365, 11.
copy is in Sion College Library. Lond. The Workes. 1620. This edition, which n. d. small 8vo. Pp. 232, black letter. in a Stationer's postscript to Wither's Juve Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 790, 12. Is. London, nilia, 1633, signed J. M. is slurred as an im n. d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 940, 145. perfect and erroneous copie, foolishly entitled Lloyd, 1238, 11. 3s. See Beloe's Anecdotes,
his Works, contains, Satyre to the King, iii. 119-24. - With a Preface by Sir Egerton Epithalamia, Shepherds Pipe, Shepherds Brydges. London, 1815. 12mo. Ove bunHunting, Fidelia, and the Christian's Ar dred copies printed, many of which were
destroyed at the fire at Bensley's Printing Halelujah: or Britans second RememOffice. Bindley, pt. iv. 675, 5s. 6d. Nas brancer, composed in a three fold Volume. sau, pt. ii. 1262, 11s. Stretiell, 1572, 13s. The first contains Hymns occasionall: the
The Schollers Purgatory discouered in second, Hymns temporary: the third, the Stationers Common-wealth and dis Hynins personall. London, 1641. 12mo. cribed in a Discourse Apologeticall, &c. Im Pp. 437, besides prefixes and table of conprinted for the honest Stationers (1625-6). tents. Few books, of a cotemporary date, 8vo. Pp. 140. This volume is wholly in can more readily be procured than Wither's prose, and was probably printed at a foreign first Remembrancer, in 1628 ; few, it is bepress. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 791, 21. 2s. Bind- | lieved, can be more difficult of attainment ley, pt. iv, 674, 81.
than his second Remembrancer, licensed in Britain's Remembrancer: Containing a 1640, of which latter Dalrymple observes Narration of the Plagve lately past; a De • there are some things interspersed in it, claration of the Mischiefs present; and a no where, perhaps, to be surpassed.? Prediction of Judgments to come (if Re Campo Musæ, or the Field-musings of pentance prevent not). It is dedicated (for Captain George Wither, touching his milithe Glory of God) to Posteritie; and to these tary Ingagement for the King and ParliaTimes (if they please) by Ge). Wither. Im ment, the Justnesse of the same and the printed for G. Britaine, and are to be sold present Distractions of these Islands. Lond. by Gusmond in Ivie-Lane, 1628. 12mo. 1643. 8vo. pp. 78. This poem, Wither tells Pp. 574, with an engraved frontispiece, in us, in his Fragmenta Prophetica, 1669, was the lower compartment of which is a bird's written whilst he was in arms for the King and eye view of England and Scotland with the Parliament, to reunite and not divide them. sea and ships. Four thousand copies were It produced Taylor's Aqua Musæ. Grave, printed. Nassau, pt. ii. 1264, 7s. Reed, 297, 11. ls. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 799, 21. 2s. 7902, date 1620, 78. 6d. Gordonstoun, Towneley, pt. i. 797, morocco, 21. 3s. 2385, 9s. Lloyd, 1232, 103. 6d. Roscoe, 1661. 12mo. 1365, 12s. 60. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 792 and 3, Se Defendendo : a Shield and a Shaft 18s. and 11. 4s. Bindley, pt. iv. 672, 11. 55. against Detraction. 1643. 4to. This was See Retrosp. Review, vii. 219-39.
written, ‘by occasion of scandalous rumours, A Prophesie of our present Calamity, and touching his (Wither’s) desertion of Farnexcept we repent, future Misery. 1628. fol. ham-castle; and some other malicious asA single sheet, written, according to A. à persions.' Wood, in 1628. Quere is not an Abstract Withers Remembrancer: or, Extracts out from Britain's Remembrancer. - (1642). of Master Withers his booke called Britain's
Remembrancer. Worthy of the Review and The Psalmes of David translated into Consideration of Himselfe and all other Men. Lyrick-verse, according to the Scope of the 1643. Svo. This does not seem to have Original, and illustrated with a short Argu- proceeded from Wither, who in it is publicly ment and a briefe Prayer, or Meditation, called to state the grounds of various of his before, & after, every Psalme, by George proceedings. Wither. Imprinted in the Neatherlands Mercurius Rusticus: or a Country Mesby Cornelis Gerrits van Breughel, 1632. senger. 1613. 4to. Written in imitation of 16mo. Pp. 316. These psalms are beau the Weekly Intelligencers then published. tifully printed, and as a specimen of typo The Speech without Doore, delivered graphy are superior to any of Wither's pro- July 9, 1644; &c. 1644. 4to. Seven leaves. ductions. Bibl. Anglo-Poetica, 795, with the A copy of this tract (without the author's Hymnes and Songs of the Church, 1623, name) supposed unique, occurs among the 51. 5s.
King s pamphlets. It was presented to the A Collection of Emblemes ancient and members at the door of the House of moderne, quickened with metrical Mustra Commons. tions, both moral and divine, and disposed Letters of Advice touching the Choice of into Lotteries, that Instruction and good Knights and Burgesses for the Parliament. Counsell may be furthered by an honest and London, 1645. 4to. pp. 22. pleasing Recollection. London, by A.M. Vox Pacifica; a Voice tending to the for Robert Allot, 1635. fol. Lloyd, 1364, Pacification of God's Wrath ;
By 21. 12s. Brockett, 3407, 31. 15s. Inglis, Geo. Wither, Esquire. London, 1645, 8vo. 1662, morocco, 61. Bindley, pt. iii. 1246, pp. 212. Nassau, pt. ii. 1266, russia, 123. 61. 12s. Nassau, pt. ii. russia, 71. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 800,12.5s. Lloyd, 1249, 21. Bibl. Anglo-Poetica, 776, 121. 12s. See The great Assises holden in Parnassus by Retrospective Review, ix. 122-40, and Be- Apollo and his Assessovrs : at which Sessions loe's Anecdotes, ii. 419-21.
are arraigned Mercurius Britannicus, MerNature of Man. 1636. See Nenesius. curius Aulicus, Mercurius Civicus, The Scout,
Read and Wonder. 1641. See Read The Writer of Diurnalls, The Intelligencer, and Wonder.
The Writer of Occurrences, The Writer of
Respublica Anglicana; or, the Historie of
Passages, The Post, the Spye, The Writer of thereof. Printed in the Yeere 1617. 4to.
and was published anonymonsly.
Bibl. . The Speech without Doores, defended Anglo-Poet. 803, 11. Is. without Reason; or a Vindication of the A single Si Quis, and a quadruple Quere; Parliament's Honour; in a Rejoynder to with the Occasions of them. (1648.) 4to. Two three Pamphlets published in defence of M.
It was presented to the Members Chaloner's Speech. 1646. 4to.
of Parliament in their single capacities, Justiciarius Justificatus: the Justice jus related to the author's particular interests, tified. 1646. 4to. Two sheets. A tart and aud was composed in an unusual mode, in libellous remonstrance, on being thrust out hopes it might have inclined some of them of the Commission for the Peace and goal to introduce it to the notice of the rest : but delivery in Surrey, which Wither ascribes to without effect. Sir Rich. Onslow's perpetuity of malice.
Prosopopeia Britanica ; Britan's Genius, What Peace to the Wicked ? or, an ex or Good-Angel, personated. 1648. Sr. postulatorie Answer to a derisorie Question, This poem, which runs on to 110 pages, was lately made, concerning Peace, by a Free one of the author's favourite performance, man, though a Prisoner. Printed in the and has many striking passages and poetie Yeer 1646. pp. 6, double columns. This personifications. Bindley, pt. ii. 2421, 2!. Is. tract, consisting of above 500 lines, appears Towneley, pt. i. 572, morocco, 31. 13s. 6d. to have been written at the time he was suf Verses presented to several Members of fering imprisonment on account of some the House of Commons, repairing thither reflections on Sir Richard Onslow of Surry,
the 23d of December, 1648 ; being the next Knt. inserted in the Justiciarius justificatus.'
Day after their Humiliation. With an imMost of the tract is reprinted in the Remains printed petitioner thereto annexed. The of Wither, 1669, because at that time he tells humiliation here spoken of was a public and us it could not easily be procured.
The tired Petitioner. Opobalsamum Anglicanum; an Englishe
A single sheet Balme, lately pressed out of a Shrub, and
printed about 1648.
prophetic Prayer in Verse, Latin and English, dangering the Bodie of this Cominon
with several Elegies on Charles I. the Lord Wealth, &c. Printed in Year 1646. 4to.
Capel and the Lord Francis Villiers. Trie pp. 24, printed in double columns. A long jesti, Anno Caroli Martyris primo (1649) inflammatory piece of augmentative versi
Quere written by Wither. Nassau, pt. i. fication, written with his accustomed heedless
858, 5s. Lloyd, 1181, with a portrait of ness of senatorial rebuke, or legal persecution.
Charles II. ætatis suæ 19, 13s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 801, with What Peace to
A thankful Retribution (in verse). 1649. the Wicked ? 1646 and A single Si Quis, Written to express the author's gratitude to (1648) also written by G. Wither, 21. 12s. 6d.
some members of Parliament who bad proThe doubtfull Almanach ; or, a very sus
pounded an expedient whereby to satisfy his
just demands. pitious Presage of great Calamities yet to
Carmen Eucharisticon. London, 1649. ensue. By G. Wither. 1646. 4to. Eight
4to. Four leaves. "A private thank-oblapages. This tract chiefly consists of an historical parallel of the king and parliament of the Marquis of Ormond, before Dublin
tion,' for the routing of the advanced posts with that of David and Absalom. Bibl. Anglo-Poetica, 805, with Major Withers
20 August 1649. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 106,
15s. Disclaimer, 1647, 1l. 5s.
An Allarum from Heaven, or a Memento Major Withers Disclaimer; being a Dis. avowment of a late Paper, entituled the England, &c. By G. W. a cordial Lover of
to the great Councell and Magistrales of Doubtfull Almanack, lately published in the
the Peace of England. 1649. 4to. Pointed Name of the said Major Wither. 1647. 4to. out by Sir H. Ellis as likely to be by Wither,
but the tract has not been met with. Carmen Ex postulatorum ; or, a timely Expostulation with those both of the City of the Parliament in their late Proceedings London, and the present Armie, who have The Author, G. W. London, 1650. 4to. endeavoured to ingage these Kingdoms in a pp. 56. This tract is wholly in prose. second Warre, or neglected the Prevention | Anglo-Poet. 807, 11. 5s.
Three Grains of Spiritual Frankincense 1655, 8vo. Dedicated to Oliver in a very infused into three Hymnes of Praise. 1651. flattering style, but containing much sage Dedicated to Bradshaw.
counsel. Reed, 7896, 11. 2s. It was reThe British Appeal; with God's merciful published in August 1656. Replies on the Behalf of the Commonwealth Boni Ominis Votum: a good Omen to of England. 1651. 8vo. Of this brief com the next Parliament. 4to. Four leaves in memorative poem' no copy is at present verse, printed in 1656. It was inserted by known.
Wither in his • Remains, without abbreA Letter To the honorable Sir John viation. Danvers Knight, will be found at the end of A suddain Flash, timely discovering some a. Copy of a Petition from the Governor Reasons wherefore the Stile of Protector and Company of the Sommer Islands.' 1651. should not be deserted by these Nations : 4to.
with some other Things by them very consiA timelie Caution; comprehended in derable. 1657. 8vo. This poetical effusion is thirty-seven double Trimeters. 1652. 4to. inscribed to his Highness the Protector, with
This tract of four leaves was occasioned by a an assurance that it flowed from Providence late rumour of an intention suddenly to ad • and not from any carnal influences.' Injourn this Parliament, Sept. 10, 1652. glis, 1325, 11. 15s.
The dark Lantern; containing a dim An Address (in verse) to the Members of Discoverie, in Riddles, Parables, and Semi Parliament in their single Capacities, 1657. riddles, intermixt with Cautions, Remem This was left at the doors of the members brances and Predictions, as they were pro and superscribed · To that Member who miscuously and immethodically represented shall up this paper,' but without success. to their Author, in his solitary Musings, the Salt upon Salt: made out of certain inthird of November 1652, about Midnight. genious Verses upon the late Storm and the Whereunto is annexed a Poem, concerning Death of his Highness ensuing. 1658-9. a perpetuall Parliament. By Geo. Wither
8vo. Esquire. London, 1653. 8vo. pp. 82. Bibl. The Petition and Narrative of George Anglo-Poet. 808, 21. 2s. Towneley, pt. i. Wither, Esq., concerning his many Griev798, 31. An edirion of 1652 is mentioned ances and long Sufferings. 4to. Four leaves. by Dalrymple without the · Perpetuall Par The first page of this tract, published in 1658 liament,' a poem extremely interesting and or 1659, is in verse, the rest is in prose. curious, as containing Wither's ideas con A Declaration in the Person of Oliver cerning parliament.
Cromwell; given into his own Hand, and Westrow revived, a funerall Poem with-tending to the settling of such a Government out Fiction, composed by Geo. Wither, Esq. as he never intended. London, 1653. small 8vo. pp. 72. This A private Address to the said Oliver, in poem to the memory of Thomas Westrow, prose and verse, offering things pertinent to Esq. to whom Wither was under pecuniary his consideration into his own hand sealed favours, is interesting as containing much up.—Quere if the above two articles were relating to the author's personal history. ever printed. They are described in Wither's Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 809, 31. 3s. Westrow is own list, and mention is made of the latter much censured in Walker's History of Inde- in ‘A Cordial of Confection,' printed in 1659. pendency.
A Cordial of Confection, to strengthen To the Parliament of the Common-wealth their Hearts whose Courage begins to fail, of England, Scotland, and Ireland. The by the Armies lately dissolving the Parliahumble petition of George Wither. 4to. ment, &c. 1659. 4to. A petition, on a single sheet, Jan. 1654, Epistolum-vagum-prosa-metricum : or an concerning the forfeited estate of John Den- Epistle at Randome, in Prose and Metre. ham, Esq. at Lettle Horsley in Essex, of 1659. 4to. which Wither was put in possession, and Furor-Poeticus (i. e.) Propheticus, a poafterwards deprived.
etick Phrensie, by G. W. Esq. London, Vaticinium Causuale, by Geo. Wither, | 1660. 8vo. pp. 48. Lloyd, 1237, 19s. Bibl. Esq. London, 1655. 4to. pp. 16.
Anglo-Poet. 811, 21. 2s. casion on which the above was specially put Speculum Speculativum ; or a Considerforth was that of Cromwell's having usurpeding Glass, by George Wither. London, 1660. the place of coachman to his secretary 8vo. pp. 178. White Knights, 4494, 5s. Thurlow, whom he overset in Hyde Park. Lloyd, 1244, 7s.6d. Roxburghe, 3371, Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 810, 1l. Is. Bindley, pt. 10s. 6d. Nassau, pt. ii. 1267, with Wither's iv. 990, 21. 2s.
Crums and Scraps, 1661, russia, 13s. Sir Rapture at the Protector's Recovery, 1655. M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 935, morocco, 14s. 4to. King and Lochée's in March 1810, Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 812, 1l. 9s. 21. 6s.
Fides Anglicana by George Wither. The Protector, a Poem briefly illustrating London, 1660. 8vo. pp. 96. The above is the Supeerminency of that Dignity. &c. a strong remonstrance, in prose, upon the
Church Lands being resumed by the prelacy, Parallellogrammaton, An Epistle to the upon forcible entry, and very probably the three Nations of England, Scotland, and cause of his being re-conducted into capti- Ireland, 1662. vity. At the end is a copious catalogue of Tuba Pacifica, Seasonable Præcautions, the author's writings, 82 in number. Lloyd, whereby is sounded forth a Retreat from 1235, 7s. 6d. Reed, 7901, 8s. 6d. Inglis, the War intended between England and the 1540, 19s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 813, ll. ls. United Provinces of Lower Germany. Ando
An Improvement of Imprisonment, Dis- | 1664. 8vo. Pp. 32. Quere whether giren grace, Poverty, into real Freedom, honest away or disposed of at a very low price, ás Reputation, perdurable Riches : evinced in the following appears on the title-page, lma few Crums and Scraps, lately found in a printed for the Author, and is to be disposed Prisoner's Basket at Newgate; &c. Lond. of rather for love than money.' Bibl 1661. 8vo. pp. 124. A melancholy but Anglo-Poet. 819, 11. ls. Lloyd, 1247, very interesting medley of metrical scraps. 11. 6s. Lloyd, 1239, 16s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 816, A Memorandum to London, occasioned 21.
by the Pestilence 1645, with a WarningA triple Paradox : affixed to a Counter- piece to London, 1662, also, a single Sacrimure, raised against the furious Batteries office offered to Almighty God, 1663, and his Restraint, Slander and Poverty: the three Epitaph. Imprinted in the Year 1665. 8vo. grand Engines of the World, the Flesh, and Pp. 80. Reed, 7900, 16s. Bibl. Anglo-Port. the Devil. London, 1661. 8vo. In verse. 820, 11. 5s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1268, with WiLloyd, 1246, 8s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 815, ther's Tuba Pacifica, 1664, 12. 10s. 21. 12s. 6d.
Meditations upon the Lords Prayer, with Joso Serio, strange News of a Discourse a preparatory Preamble to the right Underbetween two Dead Giants, &c. (in verse). standing and true Use of this Pattern. Lob1661. 8vo. Four leaves. This little tract don, 1605. 8vo. Pp. 216, mostly in prose. was composed by occasion of a scurrilous | Lloyd, 1241, 38. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 8??, pamphlet, entitled "A Dialogue between 11. 11s. 6d. Colebrant and Brandemore the two Giants Three private Meditations, by Geo. Wither. in Guildhall London.'
Re-printed in the Year 1666. 8vo. The Prisoner's Plea: humbly offered in Lloyd, 1245, 10s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. $21, a Remonstrance, with a Petition annexed, 11. 5s. This tract was first published in to the Commons of England in Parliament
1665. assembled. By George Wither. London, Ecchoes from the sixth Trumpet. Im1661. 8vo. pp. 62. This escaped the ob- printed in the Year Chronogrammically exservation of Wood and Dalrymple. His pressed in this Seasonable Prayer. LorD unprinted poem, • Vox Vulgi' having been haVe MerCle Vpon Vs (1666). 8vo. Ja deemed libellous by the Commons, he enters verse and prose. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 825, 21. into a definition of the three counts deemed The second part never appeared. Wither necessary to constitute a libel, &c. The died in 1667. Pamphlet is at the conclusion dated · New Sighs for the Pitchers : breathed out in 3 gate, Jan. the 27, 1661.' Bibl. Anglo-Poet. personal Contributed to the National Hu814, 11. 11s. 6d.
miliation the last of May 1666. 8vo. Pp. Crums and Scraps lately found in a Pri 48. In verse. This, as well as the Tuba soner's Basket at Newgate. London, 1661. Pacifica, has, on the title-page, an emblem 8vo. In verse, pp. 120, not including a table, of two pitchers for England and Holland. one leaf. White Knights, 4495,10s. Bindley, Lloyd, 1244, 16s. Inglis, 1541, 178. Bibl. pt. iv. 667, 16s.
Anglo-Poet. 823, 11. 9s. A Proclamation in the Name of the King Vaticinia Poetica. 1666. 8vo. Lloyd, of Kings to all the Inhabitants of the Isles of 1248, 31. 138. 6d. Great Britain, by Geo. Wither: whereto are Nil Ultra. 1668. 8vo. The Ecchoes added, some Fragments of the same Author's from the sixth Trumpel' with a new title. omitted in the first Imprinting of the Book, page. intituled Scraps and Crums; &c. London, Fragmenta Prophetica : or, the Remains 1662. 8vo. pp. 72. The first portion of this, of George Wither Esq. being a Collection of volume is in prose. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 818, the several Predictions dispers'd throughout 41. 4s.
his Works. London, 1669. 8vo. Pp. 222. Verses intended to the Kings Majesty, The · Ecchoes from the sixth Trumpet' with by Major George Wither, whilst he was Pri a new title-page. Prefixed is Vera Efigies soner in Newgate. London, 1662. 8vo. Georgii_Wither, Armigeri, qui obit Anno pp. 14. In these verses he declares his alle 1667, Ætat. suæ 79.' Grave, 298, 135. giance to Charles, and says that he obeyed Bibl. Anglo-Poet. 824, 31. 13s. 6d. Lloyd, the late preceding powers compulsively.' 1236, 21.5s. Nassau, pt. ii. 1269, with WiNassau, pt. ii. 1530, 4s. Bibl. Anglo-Poet. ther's Sighs, 1666, russia, 41. 817, 158. Reed, 7899, 11. 6s.
Mr. George Withers Revived : or, his Pro