|Content Description||A full description of the volume in which this appears can be found under the reference Pw V 18.|
|Published text in 52 pages; described on title page as by 'Tho. Jordan Gent'. 'Printed by T.C. for Humphry Blunden, and are to be sold at his shop, neare the Castle Taverne, in Corne-Hill. 1637'.|
Prefatory material includes the following: dedicatory leaf entitled 'TO THE MECOENAS OF CANDID INDVSTRY, Mr Iohn Ford of Grayes-Inne, Gent.' supplied from another volume; 'To the criticall Reader', by Tho. Iordan in 1 p; 'To the Candid Reader, Health and increase of Knowledge' by Tho. Iordan, in 1 p; with commendatory verses addressed to Thomas Jordan by Thomas Heywood, Richard Brome, Thomas Nabbes, Edward May and 'J.B.'
Text is in two sections: 'Poeticall Varieties' comprises pp 1-42, with running title; 'Elegiack Poems' comprises pp 42-52, with running title.
Loose dedicatory leaf added since the volume was in Henry Huth's collection; see 'A Catalogue of the Printed Books...collected by Henry Huth' (1880) vol 3 p 782