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 “Q.”Quincey, Thomas de 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Quarles, Francis
 
(b. Romford, Essex, 1592; d. September 8th, 1644). “A Feast for Wormes” (1620); “Pentalogia; or, the Quintessence of Meditation” (1620); “Hadassa; or, the History of Queen Esther” (1621); “Argalus and Parthenia” (1621); “Job Militant, with Meditations Divine and Moral” (1624); “Sion’s Elegies Wept by Jeremie the Prophet” (1624); “Sion’s Sonnets Sung by Solomon the King, and periphras’d” (1625); “Divine Poems” (1630); “Divine Fancies” (1632); “Emblems, Divine and Moral” (1635); “Hieroglyphics of the Life of Man” (1638); “The Shepherd’s Oracles” (1644); “The Virgin Widow” (1649); “Enchiridion, Containing Institutions Divine, Contemplative, Practicall, Moral, Ethical, Economical, Political” (1652), etc.   1
 


 “Q.”Quincey, Thomas de 

 
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