Several volumes of poems selected from these song-books have been published from time to time. A certain number of lyrics appeared in Beloe's Anecdotes of.
Tobermory Bay. 1588.: In the vapour and haze on the ocean, Where the skies and the waters meet, There's a form that drifts, phantom-like, onward As it follows.
This recourse to verse is somewhat unusual among male railing pamphleteers, with the exception of John Marston's railing poetry. Railers seem to have.