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The Jerusalem of Torquato Tasso (Book Aminta the famous Pastoral, written in 1.) translated (into English Verse) by Mr. Italian by Signor Torquato Tasso, and transThomas Hooke. London, 1738. 4to. pp. 39. lated into English Verse, by John Dancer.

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Tassoni, Aless, La Secchia RaAmintæ Gaudia Authore Thomas Watsono. Lond. impensis Gul. Ponsonbei, 1592. pita, Poema eroicomico in xır. Canti, 410. In Latin hexameters, L in fours.

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