Mr. Hill also promoted a subscription to a volume of his miscellanies, and furnished part of the poems of which it was composed.
Tate's paraphrase from Simonides, Dryden's miscellanies, vol.
I believe everybody will guess it to be mine, because it is somewhat in the same manner with that of "Merlin" in the miscellanies.
Many of them are preserved in the miscellanies of the times.
These were mainly drawn from literature, first as a playwright then as a novelist, journalism and miscellanies coming in.
If you are in such haste, how came you to forget the miscellanies?
A delineation of another charm is engraved in the frontispiece to Aubrey's miscellanies.
Carlyle has given a sketch of the poem in his "miscellanies," vol.
Better in the first edition, "Whose naked youth," and in the miscellanies better still, "While naked youth."
It first appeared in a little volume of miscellanies in 1571.
"a mixture, medley," 1590s, from Latin miscellanea "a writing on miscellaneous subjects," originally "meat hash, hodge-podge" (food for gladiators), neuter plural of miscellaneus (see miscellaneous).