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On the Univerfity Carrier, who ficken'd in
the Time of his Vacancy, being forbid to go
to London, by reafon of the Plague. 235 Another on the fame.
On the new Forcers of Confcience under the Long Parliament.
Ad Pyrrham, Ode V.
The fifth Ode of Horace, Lib. 1. English'd.
A Paraphrafe on Pfalm 114.
Joannis Miltoni Londinenfis Poemata. Quorum pleraque intra Annum Ætatis Vigefi mum confcripfit. Elegia prima ad Carolum Diodatum. 301 Elegia fecunda in Obitum Præconis Academici Cantabrigienfis.
Elegia tertia in Obitum Præfulis Wintonien
fis. Elegia quarta, ad Thomam Junium, &c. 308 Elegia quinta, in adventum Veris. 312 Elegia fexta, ad Carolum Diodatum, ruri
In Proditionem Bombardicam,
Apologus de Ruftico & Hero.
In Obitum Procancellarii
Philofopbus ad regem quendam qui eum ignotum & infontem inter reas forte captum infcius damnaverat τω ἐπὶ θανάτῳ πορευόμθμος bac fubitò mifit.
In Effigiei ejus Sculptorem.
Ad Salfillum Poetam Romanum ægrotantem.
Ad Joannem Roufium, Oxonienfis Academiæ
Of Education, to Mr. Samuel Hartlib. 367
WHO ere while the happy Garden sung, By one Man's Difobedience loft, now fing
Recover'd Paradise to all Mankind,
By one Man's firm Obedience fully try'd
Thou, Spirit, who led'st this glorious Eremite Into the Defart, his victorious Field
Against the spiritual Foe, and brought'ft him thence By proof th' undoubted Son of God, inspire,
As thou art wont, my prompted Song, else mute,
Now had the great Proclaimer with a voice More awful than the found of Trumpet, cry'd Repentance, and Heaven's Kingdom nigh at hand To all Baptiz'd: to his great Baptism flock'd, With awe the Regions round, and with them came From Nazareth the Son of Jofeph deem'd, To the flood Jordan came, as then obfcure, Unmarkt, unknown; but him the Baptist foon 2.5 Defcry'd, divinely warn'd, and witness bore As to his worthier, and would have refign'd To him his Heavenly Office, nor was long His witness unconfirm'd: on him baptiz'd Heav'n open'd, and in likeness of a Dove The Spirit defcended, while the Father's voice From Heav'n pronounc'd him his beloved Son. That heard the Adverfary, who roving ftill About the World, at that affembly fam'd Would not be last, and with the voice divine Nigh thunder-ftruck, th'exalted Man, to whom Such high atteft was giv'n, a while furvey'd With wonder, then with envy fraught, and rage, Flies to his Place, nor refts, but in mid air To Council fummons all his mighty Peers, Within thick Clouds and dark ten-fold involv'd, A gloomy Confiftory; and them amidst With looks agaft and fad he thus befpake.
O ancient Pow'rs of Air and this wide World,
For much more willingly I mention Air,
How many Ages, as the years of Men,