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WILLIAM Caxtox,

54 CHRISTOPHER MARLOW-JOSHUA SYLVESTER-RICHARD

Legend of St Francis,

55

BARNFIELD,

84

The Deposition of King Vortigern,

55 The Passionate Shepherd to his Love,

84

Jack Cade's Insurrection,

56

The Nymph's Reply to the Passionate nerd-Raleigh, 84

Scene in the Council-Room of the Protector Gloucester, 58 The Soul's Errand,

85

Bir THOMAS MORE,

58 Address to the Nightingale,

85

Letter to Lady More,

60 EDMUND SPENSER,

85

Character of Richard III.,

60 Una and the Redcross Knight,

89

The Utopian Idea of Pleasure,

60 Adventure of Una with the Lion,

JOHN FISCHER,

The Bower of Bliss,

Character and Habits of the Countess of Richmond,

The Squire and the Dove,

Bir THOMAS ELYOT,

64 Wedding of the Medway and the Thames,

Different kinds of Exercise,

64 The House of Sleep,

Hugu LATIMER,

64 Description of Belphæbe,

A Yeoman of Henry VII's time,

65 Fable of the Oak and the Briar,

Hasty Judgment,

65 From the Epithalamion,

Cause and Effect,

65 Robert SOUTHWELL,

The Shepherds of Bethlehem,

66 The Image of Death,

John Fox,

67 Times go by Turns,

The Invention of Printing,

67 Love's Servile Lot,

The Death of Queen Anne Boleyn,

68 Scorn not the Least,

A notable History of William Hunter, a young man of SAMUEL DANIEL,

19 years of age, pursued to death by Justice Brown for From the Epistle to the Countess of Cumberland,

the Gospel's sake, worthy of all young men and parents Richard II, the Morning before his Murder in Pomfret

to be read,

Castle,

98

John LELAND,

Early Love,

98

GEORGE CAVENDISH,

70 Selections from Daniel's Sonnets,

98

King Henry's Visits to Wolsey's House,

70 MICHAEL DRAYTON,

98

LORD BERNERS,

71 Morning in Warwickshire-Description of a Stag-Hunt, 99

Battle of Cressy,

71 Part of the Twenty-Eighth Song of the Polyolbion, 100

Jonn BELLENDEN,

71 David and Goliah,

102

Part of the Story of Macbeth,

71 EDWARD FAIRFAX,

103

The New Maneris and the Auld, of Scottis,

72 Description of Armida and her Enchanted Girdle, 103

Extract from the Complaynt of Scotland,

72 Rinaldo at Mount Olivet and the Enchanted Wood, 103

Bishop BALE,

73 SIR Jonx HARRINGTON,

104

Death of Lord Cobham,

73 Of Treason,

104

William TYNDALE,

73 Of Fortune,

104

Miles COVERDALE,

74 Against Writers that carp at other Men's Books,

104

Passage from Tyndale's Version of the Bible,

74 Of a Precise Tailor,

104

Passage from Coverdale's Version,

74 Sir Henry WOTTON,

104

Sie JOHN CHEKE,

74 To his Mistress, the Queen of Bohemia,

104

Remonstrance with Levellers,

75 A Farewell to the Vanities of the World,

105

THOMAS WILSON,

75 The Character of a Happy Life,

105

Simplicity of Style Recommended,

75 SAAKSPEARE,

105

Moral Aim of Poetry,

The Horse of Adonis,

106

ROGER ASCHAM,

76 Venus's Prophecy after the Death of Adonis,

106

Study should be relieved by Amusement,

76 Selections from Shakspeare's Sonnets,

106

The Blowing of the Wind,

77 Selections from Shakspeare's Songs,

107

Occupations should be chosen suitable to the Natural Sir John Davies,

108

Faculties,

77 The Dancing of the Air,

108

Detached Observations from the Schoolmaster,

78 Reasons for the Soul's Immortality,

10.9

Qualifications of a Historian,

79 The Dignity of Man,.

109

John DONNE,

109

Address to Bishop Valentine, on the Day of the Marriage

Third Period.

of the Elector Palatine to the Princess Elizabeth, 110

Valediction--Forbidding Mourning,

110

The Will,

111

THE REIGNS OF ELIZABETH, JAMES I., AND

A Character from Donne's Satires,

111

CHARLES I.

[1558 TO 1649.)

JOSEPH HALL,

112

Selections from Hall's Satires,

112

POETS.

Ben Jonson,

112

THOMAS SACKVILLE,

80

To Celia,

113

Allegorical Characters from the Mirrour for Magistrates, 80 The Sweet Neglect,

113

Henry Duke of Buckingham in the Infernal Regions,

Hymn to Diana,

113

JOHN HARRINGTON,

82 To Night,

113

Sonnet made on Isabella Markham,

82 Song-(Oh do not wanton with those eyes), .

113

SIR Philip SIDNEY,

82 To Celia,

113

Sonnets of Sir Philip Sidney,

82 Her Triumph,

113

SIR WALTER RALEIGH-TIMOTHY KENDAL-NICHOLAS Good Life, Long Life,

114

BRETON-HENRY CONSTABLE,

83 Epitaph on the Countess of Pembroke,

114

The Country's Recreations-Raleigh,

83 Epitaph on Elizabeth, L. H.,

114

Farewell to Town-Breton,

83 On my First Daughter,

114

Sonnet-Constable,

84 To Pensburst,

114

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To the Memory of my Beloved Master, William Shak- The Votaress of Diana,

speare, and what he hath left us,

115

WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT,

On the Portrait of Shakspeare,

115 To a Lady Veiled,

RICHARD CORBET,

116 A Valediction,

To Vincent Corbet, his Son,

116 To Chloe,

Journey to France,

116 The Dream,

Farewell to the Fairies,

117 Love inconcealable,

Sir John BEAUMONT-DR HENRY KING,

117 || To Cupid,

On my dear Son, Gervase Beaumont,

118 ROBERT HERRICK,

Song-(Dry those fair, those crystal eyes),

118 To Blossoms,

Sic Vita,

118 To Daffodils,

The Dirge,

118 The Kiss-a Dialogue,

FRANCIS BEAUMONT,

118 To the Virgins, to make much of their Time,

Letter to Ben Jonson,

119 Twelfth Night, or King and Queen,

On the Tombs in Westminster,

119 The Country Life,

An Epitaph,

119 Julia,

THOMAS CAREW,

120 Upon Julia's Recovery,

Song—Ask me no more where Jove bestows),

120

The Bag of the Bee,

The Compliment,

120

Upon a Child that Died,

Song— Would you know what's soft ?

120

Epitaph upon a Child,

A Pastoral Dialogue,

121

A Thanksgiving for his House,

Song-Give me more love, or more disdain),

121

To Primroses, filled with Morning Dew,

Persuasions to Love,

121

Delight in Disorder,

Disdain Returned,

121

To find God,

Approach of Spring,

121

Cherry Ripe,

PaixEAS AND GILES FLETCHER,

122

To Corinna, to go a Maying,

Happiness of the Shepherd's Life,

122 RICHARD LOVELACE,

Decay of Human Greatness,

123

Song-(Why should you swear I am forsworn ?)

Description of Parthenia, or Chastity,

123

The Rose,

The Rainbow,

123 Song-(Amarantha, sweet and fair),

The Sorceress of Vain Delight,

124

To Lucasta, on going to the Wars,

GEORGE WITHER,

125

To Althea, from Prison,

The Companionship of the Muse,

125

THOMAS RANDOLPH,

Sonnet upon a Stolen Kiss,

126

To my Picture,

The Steadfast Shepherd,

126 To a Lady admiring herself in a Looking-Glass,

Madrigal-Amaryllis I did woo),

127 SIR WILLIAM DAVENANT,

Christmas, .

127 To the Queen,

WILLIAM BROWNE,

198

Song-(The lark now leaves his watery nest),

A Descriptive Sketch,

128

Description of the Virgin Birtha,

Evening,

128 JOHN CLEVELAND,

Night,

129 On Phillis, Walking before Sunrise,

Pastoral Employments,

129 JAMES SHIRLEY,

The Syren's Song,

129 Death's Final Conquest,

Francis QUABLES,

129

Upon his Mistress Sad,

Stanzas,

129 Echo and Narcissus,

The Shortness of Life,

129 RICHARD CRASHAW,

Mors Tua,

130

Music's Duel,

The Vanity of the World,

130

Temperance, or the Cheap Physician,

Delight in God only,

130

Hymn to the Name of Jesus,

Decay of Life,

130 SIR RICHARD FANSHAWE,

To Chastity,

131

A Rose,

GEORGE HERBERT,

131

A Rich Fool,

Virtue,

132

Song— The Saint's Encouragement,

Religion,

132

Song- The Royalist,

Stanzas,

132 LADY ELIZABETH CAREW,

Matin Iymn,

132

Revenge of Injuries,

Sunday,

132

Mortification,

133

SCOTTISH POETS.

WILLIAM HABINGTON,

133 ALEXANDER Scot,

Epistle to a friend,

133 Rondel of Love,

Description of Castara,

134 To his Heart,

Sir John SUCKLING,

134 Sir RICHARD MAITLAND,

Song-{"Tis now, since I sat down before),

135 Satire on the Town Ladies,

A Ballad upon a Wedding,

135 ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY,

Constancy, .

136 ALEXANDER HUME, .

Song-(I prithee send me back my heart),

136 KING JAMES VI.,

Song-Why so pale and wan, fond lover ?)

136

Ane Schort Poeme of Tyme,

The Careless Lover,

136 EARL OF ANCRUM-EARL OF STIRLING,

Song-Hast thou seen the down in the air ?)

136 Sonnet in Praise of a Solitary Life,

Detraction Execrated,

136 William DRUMMOND,

JOHN CHALKHILL,

137 The River of Forth Feasting,

The Witch's Cave,

137 Epitaph on Prince Henry,

The Priestess of Diana,

138 To his Lute,

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160

The Praise of a solitary Life,

Generosity of Cæsar,

204

To a Nightingale,

160 Grief of Aspatia for the Marriage of Amintor and

Sonnets,

160 Evadne,

205

Sir ROBERT A YTON,

161

Palamon and Arcite, Captives in Greece,

206

On Woman's Inconstancy,

161 Disinterestedness of Biancha,

207

I do confess thou'rt Smooth and Fair,

161 Pastoral Love,

208

161

George BUCHANAN-DR ARTHUR JOHNSTON,

Melancholy,

209

The 137th Psalm,

162 Song—(Look out, bright eyes, and bless the air),

209

The First of May,

162 The Power of Love,

209

162

On Neæra,

210
To Sleep,

Song to Pan, at the conclusion of the Faithful Shep-

DRAMATISTS.

herdess,

210

John HEYWOOD,

163

GEORGE CHAPMAN,

210

NICOLAS UDALL,

164 THOMAS DEKKER,

211

John STILL,

164 JOHN WEBSTER,

211

THOMAS SACKVILLE, •

164 Scene from the Duchess of Malfy,

212

RICHARD EDWARDS,

164

Death of the Duchess,

212

GEORGE WHETSTONE,

164 THOMAS MIDDLETON,

213

John Lyly,

166

214

Happiness of Married Life,

166

Cupid and Campaspe,

214

Song—(Come away, come away), '•

Song—(What bird so sings, yet so does wail ?)

166 John MARSTON,

215

GEORGE PEELE,

166 ROBERT TAYLOR-WILLIAM ROWLEY - CYRIL TOUR-

Prologue to King David and Fair Bethsabe,

167

NEUR,

215

THOMAS KYD,

167 Scene from the Witch of Edmonton,

215

Thomas Nash,

168

A Drowned Soldier,

216

ROBERT GREENE,

168 GEORGE COOKE-THOMAS NABBES–NATHANIEL FIELD-

Content--A Sonnet,

169

John DAY-HENRY GLAPTHORNE—THOMAS RAN-

169

Sephestia's Song to her Child,

216

DOLPH-RICHARD BROME,

The Shepherd and his wife,

169 Philip MASSINGER,

216

Thomas LODGE,

170

A Midnight Scene,

217

Beauty,

171 Pride of Sir Giles Overreach in his Daughter,

217

Rosalind's Madrigal,

171

Compassion for Misfortune,

218

171

Unequal Love,

218

CHRISTOPHER MARLOW,

171 John FORD,

219

Scenes from Marlow's Faustus,

172

A Dying Bequest,

22C

Passages from the Jew of Malta,

Contention of a Bird and a Musician,

220

Scene From Marlow's Edward II.,

174 | Thomas IIBYWOOD,

221

ANTHONY MUNDAY-HENRY CHETTLE,

174

Song-(Pack clouds away, and welcome day),

221

Scene from Arden of Feversham,

175 Shepherd's Song,

222

WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE,

176

Shipwreck by Drink,

222

Murder of King Duncan,

181

JAMES SHIRLEY,

222

Love Scene by Night in a Garden,

182

The Prodigal Lady,

223

Description of a Moonlight Night, with Fine Music, 184

Scene from the Ball,

224

Ghost Scene in Hamlet,

184

MISCELLANEOUS PIECES OF THE THIRD PERIOD,

225

Mark Antony over Cæsar's Body,

185

Convivial Song, by Bishop Still,

225

Othello's Relation of his Courtship to the Senate,

186

My Mind to me a Kingdom is,

225

Queen Mab,

186

Song-(What pleasure have great princes),

225

End of all Earthly Glories,

186

Meditation when we go to Bed,

225

Life and Death Weighed,

187

Meditation,

226

Fear of Death,

187 Tale of Argentile and Curan,

226

Description of Ophelia's Drowning,

187

Sonnet,

Perseverance,

187

The Woodman's Walk,

The Deceit of Ornament or Appearances,

187 There is a Garden in her face,

Mercy, ,

188

Robin Goodfellow,

Solitude preferred to a Court Life, and the Advantages The Old and Young Courtier,

of Adversity,

188

Time's Alteration,

230

The World compared to a Stage,

188

Loyalty Confined,

231

Description of Night in a Camp,

188

189

PROSE WRITERB.

The Blessings of a Shepherd's Life,

The Vicissitudes of Life,

189 SIR PHILIP SIDNEY,

232

Falstaff's Cowardice and Boasting,

189

A Tempest,

233

Falstaff arrested by his Hostess Dame Quickly,

190 Description of Arcadia,

233

Ben Jonson,

191

A Stag Hunt,

233

The Fall of Catiline,

193 Praise of Poetry,

234

Accusation and Death of Silius in the Senate-House, 194 LORD BURLEIGH,

234

Love,

195 Choice of a Wife,

234

A Simpleton and a Braggadocio,

196

Domestic Economy,

234

Bobadil's Plan for Saving the Expense of an Army, 197 Education of Children,

235

Advice to a Reckless Youth,

197 Suretyship and Borrowing,

235

The Alchemist,

197 RICHARD HOOKER,

235

THE COURT MASQUES OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, 198

Scripture and the Law of Nature,

236

The Golden Age Restored,

201

Zeal and Fear in Religion,

237

FRANCIS BEAUMONT-JOAN FLETCHER,

203 Defence of Reason,

237

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Church Music,

238 Upon the Sight of two Snails,

275

LORD Bacon,

238 Upon Hearing of Music by Night,

275

Universities,

241 Upon the Sight of an Owl in the Twilight,

275

Libraries,

Upon the Sight of a Great Library,

276

Government,

241 Christ Crucified Afresh by Sinners,

276

Prosperity and Adversity,

241

The Hypocrite,

Friendship,

241 The Busy-Body,

Uses of Knowledge,

243 Sir Thomas OVERBURY,

Books and Ships Compared,

243 The Tinker,

Studies, .

243 The Fair and Happy Milkmaid,

BIR WALTER RALEIGH,

243 A Franklin,

That the Flood hath not utterly defaced the marks of JOHN EARLE,

Paradise, nor caused hills in the Earth,

246 The Clown,

The Battle of Thermopylæ,

247 Owen PELTHAM,

The Strength of Kings,

247 Moderation in Grief,

Three Rules to be observed for the Preservation of a Limitation of Human Knowledge,

Man's Estate,

248 Against Readiness to Take Offence,

279

RICHARD GRAFTON,

249 Of being Over-valued,

280

John Stow,

249 Against Detraction,

280

Sports upon the Ice in Elizabeth's Reign,

250 Of Neglect,

280

RAPHAEL HOLINSHED – WILLIAM HARRISON — JOHN No Man can be Good to All,

280

HOOKER-FRANCIS BOTEVILLE,

250

Meditation,

230

The Languages of Britain,

250 PETER HEYLIN,

RICHARD HAKLUYT,

251

The French,

281

SAMUEL PURCHAS,

252 French Love of Dancing,

281

The Sea,

252 Holland and its Inhabitants,

282

Jous Davis,

252 John SELDEN,

282

Davis's Voyages in search of the North-West Passage, 253 Evil Speaking,

283

GEORGE SANDYS,

254 Humility,

283

Modern State of Ancient Countries,

254

King,

284

WILLIAM LITHGOW,

254

Heresy,

JAMES HOWELL,

255

Learning and Wisdom,

284

To Dr Francis Mansell,

255

Oracles,

To Sir William St John, Knight,

256 Dreams and Prophecies,

234

To Captain Thomas B.,

257 Sermons,

284

To the Right Hon. the Lord Cliffe,

258 Libels,

Tales of Travellers,

Devils in the Head,

284

Sie Thomas HERBERT,

261 Free Inquiry,

284

Description of St Helena,

261 JAMES USHER,

204

WILLIAM CAMDEN,

261 William CHILLINGWORTH,

285

BrB HEXRY SPELMAN-SIR ROBERT COTTON-John SPEED Against the Employment of Force in Religion,

286

- SAMUEL DANIEL,

263

Reason must be appealed to in Religious Discussions, 286

Uncertainty of the Early History of Nations,

263 Against Duelling,

286

Thomas MAY-SIR John HAYWARD-RICHARD KNOLLES, 264 John HALES,

287

The Taking of Constantinople by the Turks,

264 Private Judgment in Religion,

288

ARTHUR WILSON-SIR RICHARD BAKER,

265 Children Ready to Believe,

SIR HENRY WOTTON,

265 Reverence for Ancient Opinions,

288

What Education Embraces,

265

Prevalence of an Opinion no Argument for its Truth,

239

Every Nature is not a Fit Stock to Graft a Scholar on, 265 JOHN GAUDEN,

239

Commendation before Trial Injudicious,

266 The Various Events of the Civil War,

290

THOMAS HOBBES,

266 JEREMY TAYLOR,

290

God,

267 The Age of Reason and Discretion,

292

Pity and Indignation,

267 The Pomp of Death,

293

Emulation and Envy,

268 Marriage,

293

Laughter,

268 The Progress of Sin,

2:13

Love of Knowledge,

268 The Resurrection of Sinners,

294

The Necessity of the Will,

269 Sinful Pleasure,

294

LORD HERBERT,

269 Useful Studies,

234

Sir Thomas More's Resignation of the Great Seal, 270 Coniforting the Amicted,

294

TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE,

270 Real and Apparent Ilappiness,

295

KING JAMES L.,

271 Adversity,

2:15

Sorcery and Witchcraft,

271 Miseries of Man's Life,

295

How Witches Travel,

271 On Prayer,

2:15

ROBERT BURTON,

272 On Death,

2.96

The Author's Abstract of Melancholy,

272 The Day of Judgment,

297

Melancholy and Contemplation,

272 Religious Toleration,

213

THOMAS DEKKER,

274 SIR THOMAS BROWNE,

290

Against Fine Clothes,

274 Oblivion,

340)

How a Gallant should behave himself in Paul's Walks, 274 Light the Shadow of God,

301

JOSEPH HALL,

275 Toleration,

301

Upon the sight of a Tree Full-blossomed,

275 Death,

301

Upon Occasion of a Red-breast coming into his Chamber, 275 Study of God's Works,

302

Upon the kindling of a Charcoal Fire,

275

Ghosts,

302

260

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Of Myself,

302 Sonnet on his own Blindness,

333

Charity,

302 In Anticipation of the Attack of the Royalists upon the

John Knox,

303 City,

333

Assassination of Cardinal Beaton,

303 On the Massacre of the Protestants in Piedmont, 333

DAVID CALDERWOOD-SIR JAMES MELVIL,

304 Scene from Comus, •

333

JOHN LESLEY,

304 Praise of Chastity,

334

Character of James V.,

305 The Spirit's Epilogue in Comus,

334

Burning of Edinburgh and Leith by the English in 1544, 305 L'Allegro,

335

John SPOTISWOOD,

306 Il Penseroso,

Destruction of Religious Edifices in 1559,

306 From Lycidas,

337

James VI. and a Refractory Preacher,

307 Satan's Address to the Sun,

338

GEORGE BUCHANAN,
307 Assembling of the Fallen Angels,

338

The Chamæleon,

308 The Garden of Eden,

339

WILLIAM DRUMMOND,

308 Eve's Account of her Creation,

339

Against Repining at Death,

308 Morning in Paradise,

340

REMARKS ON THE STYLE OF THIS PERIOD,

309 Evening in Paradise,

340

ORIGIN OF NEWSPAPERS,

310 Expulsion from Paradise,

341

Satan's Survey of Greece,

342

ANDREW MARVELL,

342

The Emigrants in Bermudas,

343

Fourth Period.

The Nymph Complaining for the Death of her Fawn, 344

Thoughts in a Garden,

344

A Whimsical Satire on Holland,

345

THE COMMONWEALTH AND REIGNS OF CHARLES II.

SAMUEL BUTLER,

345

AND JAMES II. [1649 TO 1689.]

Accomplishments of Hudibras,

Religion of Hudibras,

POETS

Personal Appearance of Hudibras,

348

ABRAHAM COWLEY,

312 The Elephant in the Moon,

349

On the Death of Mr Crashaw,

314 Miscellaneous Thoughts,

352

Heaven and Hell,

314 To his Mistress,

353

To Pyrrha,

314 CHARLES COTTON,

353

Anacreontics,

315 The New Year,

353

The Resurrection,

315 Invitation to Izaak Walton,

353

The Shortness of Life and Uncertainty of Riches, 316 A Welsh Guide,

354

The Wish,

316 The Retirement,

354

The Chronicle,

316 Earl of Roscommon,

355

Lord Bacon,

317 The Modest Muse,

355

Ode on the Death of Mr William Harvey,

317 Caution against False Pride,

355

Epitaph on the Living Author,

318 An Author must Feel what he Writes,

355

Claudian's Old Man of Verona,

318 On the Day of Judgment,

356

HENRY VAUGHAN,

318 EARL of RochesTER,

356

Early Rising and Prayer,

318 Song-(While on those lovely looks I gaze),

356

The Rainbow,

319 Constancy-A Song,

357

The Story of Endymion,

319 Song-(Too late, alas! I must confess),

357

Timber,

319 Song—(My dear mistress has a heart),

357

THOMAS STANLEY,

319 SIR CHARLES SEDLEY,

358

The Tomb,

319 Song—Ah, Chloris ! could I now but sit),

358

The Exequies,

320 Song-(Love still has something of the sea),

358

The Loss,

320 Song-(Phillis, men say that all my vows),

358

Note on Anacreon,

320 DUCHESS OF NEWCASTLE,

358

Note to Moschus,

320 KATHERINE PHilirs,

359

Sir John DENHAM,

321 Against Pleasure---An Ode,

359

The Thames and Windsor Forest,

322 A Country Life,

359

The Reformation-Monks and Puritans,

322 JOHN DRYDEN,

359

On Mr Abraham Cowley,

323 Character of Shaftesbury,

362

Song to Morpheus,

323 Character of Villiers, Duke of Buckingham,

WILLIAM CHAMBERLAYNE,

323 Shaftesbury's Address to Monmouth,

363

Unhappy Love,

324 Mac-Flecknoe,

363

EDMUND WALLER,

325 The Hind and Panther,

364

On Love,

326 The Swallow,

365

On a Girdle,

326 Ode to the Memory of Mrs Anne Killigrew,

305

On the Marriage of the Dwarfs,

326 On Miiton,

365

A Panegyric to the Lord Protector,

326 To my Honoured Kinsman, John Dryden, Esq. of Ches-

English Genius,

327 terton, in the County of Huntingdon,

365

The British Navy,

Alexander's Feast,

366

At Penshurst,

Theodore and Honoria,

367

The Bud,

328 The Cock and the Fox,

370

Song-(Say, Lovely Dream),

328 Inconveniences of Life in Rome,

373

Song—(Go, Lovely Rose),

323 Enjoyment of the Present Hour Recommended, 375

Old Age and Death,

328 | John Philips,

375

John MILTON,

328 The Splendid Shilling,

375

Hymn on the Nativity,

331 John POMFRET,

376

On May Morning,

333

Extract from The Choice,

377

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