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ARADISE REGAIN'D, BOOK I.
99 POEMS on several OCCASIONS.
165 On the death of a fair Infant, dying of a Cough.
ibid. At a Vacation Exercise in the College.
168 On the MORNING of CHRIST'S NATIVITY.
172 The PASSION.
183 On TIME.
185 Upon the CIRCUMCISION.
186 At a SOLEMN MUSIC.
187 An EPITAPH on the MARCHIONESS of WINCHESTER. 188 Song. On MAY MORNING.
191 On SHAKESPEAR.
192 On the University Carrier.
ibid, Another on the same.
195 IL PENSEROSO.
207 A MASK
256 The Fifth ODE of Horace, Lib. 1. English'd.
263 On the new forcers of conscience under the Long PARLAMENT.
266 To the NIGHTINGALE.
ibid. On his being arriv'd to the age of 23.
270 When the assault was intended to the City.
ibid. To a virtuous young Lady.
271 To the Lady Margaret Ley.
ibid. On the detraction which followed upon my writing certain Treatises.
272 On the same.
273 To Mr. H. LAWES on his Airs.
ibid. On the religious memory of Mrs. Catharine Thompson. 274 To the Lord General FAIRFAX.
On the late Maflacre in Piemont.
Elegia Secunda. In obitum Paræconis Academici Cantabri-
SYLVARUM LIBER. In obitum Procancellarii Medici.
R E GA I N'D.
B 0.0 K 1.
Who ere while the happy garden sung,
By one man's disobedience lost, now sing
Thou Spi'rit who ledst this glorious eremite Into the desert, his victorious field, Against the spiritual foe, and brought'st him thencero By proof th’undoubted Son of God, inspire, As thou art wont, my prompted song else mute, And bearthrough highthor depth of nature's bounds With prosp'rous wing full summ’d, to tell of deeds Above heroic, though in secret done,
15 And unrecorded left through many an age, Worthy t' have not remain'd so long unsung. Now had the great Proclamer, with a voice
More awful than the sound of trumpet, cry'd
O ancient Pow’rs of air and this wide world, For much more willingly I mention air, 45 This our old conquest, than remember Hell,
Our hated habitation; well