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Waltoniana

Inedited Remains in Verse and Prose of Izaak Walton

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Author: Isaak Walton
Language: English
Wordcount: 11,794 / 41 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 85.1
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 547
mnybks.net#: 7230
Genre: Poetry
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pleasant years; Easy he lives and cheerful shall he die, Well spoken of by late posterity."

June 5, 1683. _(Flatman's Commendatory Verses prefixed to "Thealma and Clearchus;" Poems and Songs by Thomas Flatman, Third Edition.)_

[2] _The Love of Amos and Laura. Written by S.P. London. Printed for Richard Hawkins, dwelling in Chancery-Lane, neere Serieants Inne, 1619._ Printed at the end of a volume entitled, _Alcilia, Philoparthens louing Folly, &c._, which, from its being signed at the end with the initials "J.C.," has been attributed to Walton's friend, John Chalkhill, whose posthumous poem, _Thealma and Clearchus_, he published in the last year of his life. The lines to Walton do not appear in the earlier quarto edition of the book issued by the same publisher in 1613, or in the later quarto of 1628.

[3] _Thealma and Clearchus; a Pastoral Romance, by John Chalkhill. First Published by Isaac Walton, 1683. A New Edition. Revised and

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