Anonymous, ca. 1709–1712.
Very author oriented, with source attributions.
|Title||A common place book.|
Thomas Trigg, 1785.
Attributes print sources of most poems.
Quite a few extracts of blank verse from Shakespeare plays, Latin poetry. The compiler seems to rely on a lot of anthologies of extracts .
James Gollop, ca. 1715.
Possible example of a socially humble compiler, an aspirational book.
Generally very common love poems and descriptive poems, common choices for a non-political miscellany of the early decades of the century.