Fletcher – Licia, or, Poemes of Loue (1593)

Fletcher, Giles. Licia, or, Poemes of loue, in honour of the admirable and singular vertues of his lady, to the imitation of the best Latin poets, and others : whereunto is added the rising to the crowne of Richard the third ([Cambridge : Printed by John Legat], [1593])

ESTC S105618.

Bodleian Library Arch. G e.31 (1). Located by Paul Morgan.

Bound with Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis (1593).

A Description of Loue (1638)

A Description of Loue : With Certaine Epigrams, Elegies, and Sonnets, and Also Mast. Iohnsons Answere to Master Withers : With the Crie of Ludgate, and the Song of the Beggar (London : Printed by Miles Flesher, 1638)

Sotheby’s 1856 lot 123. ESTC S116945.

Unlocated, with copies at the Bodleian, Houghton Library, and Library of Congress bearing no visible marks of ownership.