Wits interpreter, the English Parnassus or, a sure guide to those admirable accomplishments that compleat our English gentry, in the most acceptable qualifications of discourse, or writing. In which briefly the whole mystery of those pleasing witchcrafts of eloquence and love are made easie in the following subjects. I. The art of reasoning, a new logick. 2. Theatre of courtship, accurate complements. 3. The labyrinth of fancies, new experiments and inventions. 4. Apollo and Orpheus severall love-songs, epigrams, drolleries, and other verses. 5. Cyprian Goddess, description of beauty. 6. The muses Elizium, severall poeticall fictions. 7. The perfect inditer, letters ala-mode. 8. Cardinal Richeleiu's [sic] Key to his manner of writing of letters by cyphers. As also an alphabeticall table of the first devisers of sciences and other curiosities; all which are collected with industry and care, for the benefit and delight of those that love ingenious enterprises. By I.C.
|Main Author:||Cotgrave, John, fl. 1655.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed for N: Brooke, at the Angel in Cornhill,
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