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 Winter, John Strange,Wolcot, John, M.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Wither, George
 
(b. Brentworth, near Alton, Hampshire, June 11th, 1588, d. May 2nd, 1667). “Prince Henry’s Obsequies; or, Mournefull Elegies upon his Death” (1612); “Abuses Stript and Whipt; or, Satiricall Essayes” (1613), “Epithalamia” (1613); “A Satyre written to the King’s most excellent Majestye” (1614); “The Shepheard’s Pipe” (1614, written with Browne); “The Shepheards Hunting” (1615); “Fidelia” (1617); “Wither’s Motto” (1618); “A Preparation to the Psalter” (1619); “Exercises upon the First Psalmes, both in Verse and Prose” (1620); “The Songs of the Old Testament, translated into English Measures” (1621); “Juvenilia” (1622); “The Mistress of Philarete” (poems, 1622); “The Hymnes and Songs of the Church” (1623); “The Scholler’s Purgatory, discovered in the Stationer’s Commonwealth, and described in a Discourse Apologeticall” (1625–26); “Britain’s Remembrancer, containing a Narrative of the Plague lately past” (1628), “The Psalmes of David translated into Lyrick Verse” (1632); “Collection of Emblemes” (1635); “Nature of Man” (1636); “Read and Wonder” (1641); “A Prophesie” (1641); “Hallelujah” (1641); “Campo Musæ” (1643); “Se Defendendo” (1643); “Mercurius Rusticus” (1643), “The Speech without Doore” (1644); “Letters of Advice touching the Choice of Knights and Burgesses for the Parliament” (1644); etc. See Wood’s “Athenæ Oxonienses,” Brydges’ “Censura Literaria,” “British Bibliographer,” and “Restituta;” an essay on Wither’s Works by Charles Lamb, Willmott’s “Lives of the Sacred Poets,” and Farr’s Introduction to his edition of the “Hallelujah.”   1
 


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