John Quarles

English poet

John Quarles

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  • Fons Lachrymarum, or a Fountain of Tears; from whence flow England's Complaint, Jeremiahs Lamentations paraphras'd, with Divine Meditations. And an Elegy upon that Son of Valor, Sir Charles Lucas (1648)
  • Regale Lectum Miseriæ, or a Kingly Bed of Miserie. In which is contained a Dreame; with an Elegy upon the Martyrdome of Charles, late King of England. … And another upon … Lord Capel. With a Curse against the Enemies of Peace, and the Authors Farewell to England (1648)
  • Gods Love and Mans Unworthiness (1651)
  • The Tyranny of the Dutch against the English. … And likewise the Sufferings and Losses of Abraham Woofe … and others in the Island of Banda (1653)
  • Divine Meditations upon several Subjects … (1655)
  • The Banishment of Tarquin, or the Reward of Lust,’ annexed to Shakespeare's ‘Rape of Lucrece,’ London, 1655)
  • An Elegie on … James Usher, L. Archbishop of Armagh, … (1656)
  • The History of the most vile Dimagoras … (1658)
  • A Continuation of the History [by his father] of Argalus and Parthenia (1659)
  • Rebellions Downfall (1662)
  • Londons Disease and Cure. Being a Soveraigne Receipt against the Plague, for Prevention sake (1665)
  • The Citizens Flight, with their Recall, to which is added Englands Tears and Englands Comforts (1665)
  • Self-Conflict, or the powerful Motions between the Flesh and Spirit, represented in the Person … of Joseph … (1680)

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Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1929, and are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.

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