heir spurs, in 1745. Suckling died 杭州按摩好去处 in Paris in 1642; various tales are told of the cause of his decease.
Suckling is the typical jolly, audacious, amorous, now constant, now amusingly volatile Cavalier poet. His verses are well made but seldom so well as Carew’s; and though he is not always on pleasure bent he never 杭州养生足疗 approaches the heights of Lovelace. The first edition of his poems, “Fragmenta Aurea,” is of 1646, and the frontispiece exactly meets our natural theory of Suckling’s personal aspect. He looks very pleasant in his armour. Among his successes in verse are
‘Tis now since I sate down before
That 杭州足浴中心 foolish fort, a heart
and “A Ballad of a Wedding” (the most charming thing of its
kind in English poetry):
Out upon it, I have loved
Three whole days together,
When, dearest, I but think of thee,
Why so pale and wan, fond lover?
It was with 杭州桑拿按摩哪儿好 very slight trouble that the gay Suckling stormed the gates of poetic immortality.
William Habington (1605-1654) was of a Catholic family; his father (of Hindlip in Worcestershire), had suffered on the occasions of Babington’s and of the Gunpowder plots. The poet was educated 杭州足疗椅 abroad (St. Omer’s and Paris). He married Lucy, daughter of Lord Powys; his Muse was the domestic, and he ceaselessly celebrated his wife under the name of “Castara”. His play, “The Queen of Arragon,” had some success. Many of the lyrics to Castara are quite pretty, whether they be prenuptial 杭州养生spa馆 or written in wedlock, whether Castara is “sick,” or “in a trance,” or beginning to recover, or weeping, or setting forth on a journey. In lines to the celebrated first and only Marquess of Argyll, Habington applauds those feats of military daring which History 杭州夜网百花坊 does not recognize in the
vanquished of Inverlochy and Kilsyth. A Catholic who thought the cause of the Covenant “just,” must have had a very open mind. Wood says, in fact, that Habington “did run with the times, and was not unknown to Oliver Cromwell”. Habington’s relations with 杭州晚上男生玩的地方 Argyll are rather puzzling. In addition to his many poems on his wife, Habington composed eight elegies on the death of George Talbot, Esquire.
William Cartwright (1611-1643) must have been a most amiable man, agreeable University wit, and “florid and seraphical preacher”. He passed much of his life at Oxford, being a student of Christ Church; he was an active military organizer when King Charles and the Court were at Oxford, he was Junior Proctor, lectured on the Metaphysics, was lamented by the King and University on his death, and 杭州按摩一条街 was admired
in his life by Dr. Fell.
His poems are mainly birthday odes, and complimentary addresses to ladies. In the person of Lady Carlisle he celebrated,
Masses of ivory blushing here and there,
and he wrote disdainfully of what is called “Platonic” Love. He also wrote a 杭州丝袜按摩足疗 song called “The Ordinary”.
Sir William Davenant (1606-1668) was more interesting as a man, and in his relations with greater men of letters, than as a poet. His vast “epic” “Gondibert,” concerned with the heroic age of Lo