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Comedy:- To the Queen's Moft Excel. DEDICATIONS.

lent Majesty, of Philotas; a Tragedy.—To the Prince, 230 PROLOGUE to Hymen's Triumph; a Pafto

ral Tragi Comedy, of Cleopatra ; a Tragedy.—To the Right Honourable the Lady Mary, Countess of Ulysses and the Siren,

236 Pembroke,

231

The Complaint of Rosamond, Of the Queen's Arcadia ; a Pastoral Tra- Letter from O&avia to her Husband Mar.

gi-Comedy - To the Queen's Most Ex. cus Antonius.—Dedicated to the Right cellent Majesty,

233

Honourable and most Virtuous Lady, the Of Hymen's Triumph; a Pastoral Tragi- Lady Margaret, Countess of Cumberland, 246

237

WORKS OF BROWNE.

258 Eclogue II.
ib. Eclogue III.

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Page Tax Author's Life,

255

Cantelope, and one of his Majesty's most Dedication to thc Truly Noble and Learned honourable Privy Council,

344 William Earl of Pembroke, Lord Cham- Eclogue I.

345 berlain to his Majesty, &c.

353 To the Reader,

355 Eclogue IV.

357 BRITANNIA'S PASTORALS. Eclogue V.

359 Eclogue VI.

361 Book I.-Song I. 259 Eclogue VII.

363 266

THE INNER TEMPLE MASQUE.
274
279

Dedication to the Honourable Society of the
287
Inner Temple,

366 Book II.--Song I.

296

POEMS. Thirsis's Praise to his Mistress, from a Col314

le&ion of Poems, called England's Heli326 con, or the Muses Harmony,

373 335

A Poem, attributed by Prince, in his Wor

thies of Devon, to William Browne, ib. THE SHEPHERD'S PIPE.

Prefixed to Richard the Third, his CharacDedication to the truly Virtuous, and worthy ter, Legend, and Tragedy, a Poem, 400, of all Honour, the Right Honourable,

1614. To his worthy and ingenious friend Edward, Lord Zouch, Saint Maure and

the Author.

• 373

Song II.
Song III.
Song iy.
Song y.

306

Song II.
Soug III.
Song IV.
Song v.

WORKS OF P. FLETCHER.

388

Page The Author's Life,

377 Dedication to my Worthy and Learned Friend, Edward Benlocs, Esq.

381 To the Learned Author, Son and Brother to

two Judicious Poets, himself the third, not second to either,

382 To the Ingenious Composer of this Pastoral, the Spenser of this Age,

ib. Man's Body is like a House, &c.

ib.

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THE PURPLE ISLAND; OR THI ISLE OF MAN.
Canto I.
Canto II.
Canto III.
Canto IV.
Canto V.
Canto VI.
Canto VII.
Conto VL:

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ib.

Page Capto IX.

424 An Apology for the Premises to the Lady Canto X.

428
Culpepper,

461 Capto XI.

432 To my only chosen Valentine and Wife, ib. Cauto XII.

+436 | A Translation of Boethius, the Third Book
and last Verse,

ib. A Translation of Boethius,Book Second, Verse PASCATORY ECLOGUES.

Seventh, Eclogue I.

443 Upon my Brother Mr. G. F. his Book intiEclogue II.

445

tuled Christ's Victory and Triumph, ib. Eclogue III.

447 Upon the Contemplations of the Bishop of Eclogue IV.

449 Excefter, to the Lady E. W. at New Eclogue V.

451
Year's tide,

469 Eclogue VI.

454 Asclepiades of Mr. H. S. Translated and Eclogue VII.

457
Enlarged,

ib. Psalms Metaphrased. Psalm XLII. ib. POETICAL MISCELLANIES.

Psalm LXIII.

470

Psalm CXXVII. An Hymn at the Marriage of my most dear

Psalm CXXXVII. ib. Cousins, Mr. W. and Mr. R.

461

Psalm I.

471 To my beloved Cousin, W. R. Esquire, 462

Plalm cxxx.

ib. To Mr. W. C. ib. An Hymo,

ib. To my ever honoured Cousin, W. R. EC. Another, quire,

ib. On my Friend's Pi&ure, who died in Tra. To E. C. in Cambridge, my Son by the U.

vel,

ib. niversity, 463 Upon Dr. Playfer,

ib. To my beloved Thenet, in answer to his Upon my Brother's Book, called, the Verse,

464 Grounds, Labour, and Reward of Faith, ib Upon the Pi&ure of Achmat the Turkish Upon Mr. Perkins, his printed Sermons, 472 Tyrant,

ib. ELIZA; or an Elegy upon the unripe Deceasc To Mr. Jo. Tomkins,

ib.

of Sir Antony Irby, composed at the re. To Thomalin,

queft (and for a monument) of his sur. Against a Rich Man defpiling Poverty, ib. viving Lady, Contemnenti,

466 Dedication to the Right Worthy Knight, A Vow, ib. Sir Antony Irby,

ib. On Women's Lightness,

ib. Recommendatory Poem, by Quarles, to his A Reply upon the Fair M. S.

ib. dear, Friend, the Spenser of this Age, 48:

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473

WORKS OF G. FLETCHER.

Page 493 494

Page The Author's Life,

483 To the Reader, Dedication to the Right Worshipful and Recommendatory Poems,

Reverend Mr Doctor Neville, Dean of Christ's Victory in Heaven,
Canterbury, and the Master of Trinity Christ's Triumph on Earth,
College, in Cambridge,

491 | Christ's Triumph over Death, Thomas Nevyle Most Heavenly,

492 | Christ's Triumph after Death,

496

503 509 SI5

WORKS OF JONSON.

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EPIGRAMS.-BOOK I. The Author's Life,

523 Dedication to the great Exanıple of Honour

To the Reader, and Virtue, the Most Noble, William l'o my Book, Earl of Panbroke, Lord Chamberlain, &c. 531 | To my Bookseller,

537 ib. ib,

338

ib.

ib.

488

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Page To King James, 532 To my Muse,

$37 On the Union, ib. To Sir Henry Carey,

ik To Alchymifts,

ib.

To Thomas, Earl of Suffolk, On the new Hot-house, ib. Oa Play-wright,

ib. On a Robbery, ib. To Pertinax Cob,

ib. To all whom I write, ib. To William Roe,

ib. To my Lord Ignorant, ib. On Court Parrot,

ib. On Something, that waiks somewhere, 533

To Courtling,

ib. On Lieutenant Shift,

ib.
To Fine Grand,':

ib. The Doctor Empirick, ib. To Thomas, Lord Chancellor,

ib. To William Camden,

ib.
On Lippie the Teacher,

ib. To Court-worm, ib. On Lucy, Countess of Bedford,

ib. To Brain-hardy,':

ib. To one that desired me not to name him, ib. To the Learned Critic, ib. To Hornet,

ib. To my mere English Censurer, ib. To Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland,

539 On Sic Cod the perfumed, ib. Of Life and Death,

ib. To the same,

To Proule the Plagiary,

ib. On Reformed Gamefter, ib. On Cafhiered Captain Surly,

ib. On my first Daughter, 534 Ta a Friend,

ib. To John Donne,

To Lucy, Countess of Bedford,

ib. To che Parliament, ib. To Sir Henry Goodyere,

ib. To Sir Voluptuous Beast, ib. To the same,

ib. On the fame Beast, ib. On Captain Hazard, the Cheater,

ib. On Sic John Roe, ib. On English Monsieur,

ib. On Don Suriy, ib. To Edward Allen,

ib. To Sir Annual Tilter, ib. On Mill, my Lady's Woman,

340 To Person Guilty, ib. To Sir Horace Vere,

ib. On Bank the Ulurer, ib. | The New Cry,

ik. On Sir John Roe, ib. To Sir John Radcliffe,

ib. To the fame,

ib. To Lucy, Countess of Bedford, with Mr. Of Death, $35 Donne's Satires,

ib. To King James, ib. To Sir Henry Savile,

ib. To the Ghost of Martial, ib. To John Donne,

$41 On Cheverill the Lawyer, ib. On the New Motion,

ib, To Perfon Guilty, ib. To Sir Thomas Roc,

ib. On Old Colt,

ib.
To the same,

ib. On Margarat Ratcliffe, ib. On Play-wright,

ib. On Gipsies, ib. Inviting a Friend to Supper,

ib. On Giles and Jone, ib. To William, Earl of Pen broke,

542 To Robere, Earl of Salisbury, ib. To Mary, Lady Wroth,

ib. On Chuffe, Banks the Usurer's Kinsman, ib. To Sufan, Countess of Montgomery, On my first Son, 536 | To Mary, 1.ady Wroth,

ib. To the Luckless Wao-all, ib. To Sir Edward Herbert,

ib. To the same, ib. To Captain Hungry,

543 On Mungril Esquire, ib. To true Soldiers,

ib. To Play-wright, ib. To Sir Henry Nevil,

ib. To Sir Cod,

ib. To Clement Edwards, ôn his Czfar's ComTo King James.-Upon the happy false

mentaries, observed and translated,

ib, Rumour of his Death, the 22d of March To the fame; on the same,

ib. 1607, ib. To weak Gamester in Poetry,

ib. To Censorious Courtling, ib. To Sir Thomas Overbury,

544 To Old End gatherer, ib.To Mrs. Phil Sidney,

ib. On Cheveril, ib. On the Town's Honest Man,

ib. To Francis Beaumont, ib. To Sir William Jephson,

ib. ib. On Groyne,

ib. Ou Bawds and Usurers,

ib.
On Gut,

ib, To Groom Idiot, $ 37 To Sir Ralph Shelton,

ib. On Spies,

ib. An Epitaph on S. P. a Child of Queen El. To William, Lord Mounteagle,

ib.
zabeth's Chapel,

545 To Fool, or Knave, ib. To Benjamin Rudyerd,

ib To fine Lady Would-be,

ib.

To the same, To Robert Earl of Salisbury,

ib.

To the same,
To the same.- Upon the Accellion of the Epitaph on Elizabeth L. H.
Treasurer
bip to him,

ib. To Sir William Uvedale,

ib.

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$45 Another Lady's exception, present at the . Erme, Lord Aubigny, ib. hearing,

564 William Roe,

ib. The Musical Strife : in a Pastoral Dialogue, ib. o Edward Filmci, on his Musical Work In the Person of Womankind. A Song dedicated to the Queen,

getic,

ib. Mime,

ib. Another, iu Defence of their Inconstancy, ib. o Alphonfo Ferraboso, on Book,

A Nymph's Passion,

565 o the same,

ib. Ona Lover's Dult, made Sand for an Hour o Mr. Joshua Silvester, ib.! Glass,

ib. n the famous Voyage, 547 My Pi&ure left in Scotland,

ib. he Voyage itselt, ib. Against Jealcufy,

ib. . Expoftulation with Inigo Jones, 548 · The Dream, o a Friend, an Epigram of him,

549 An Epitaph on Mr. Vincent Corbet, • Inigo Marquis Would-be. A Corollary, ib. An Epistle to Sir Edward Sackville, now in the honoured Poems of his honoured

Earl of Dorset,

ib. Friend Sir John Beaumont, Baronet, ib. | An Epistle to Mr. John Selden,

567 o Mr. John Fletches, upon his Faithful An Epistle to a friend to persuade him to Shepherdess,

550

the Wars, pitaph on the Countess of Pembroke, Sister An Epitaph ori Mr. Philip Gray,

570 to Sir Philip Sidney,

ib. Epistle to a Friend, | Vision on the Mufes of his Friend M. An Elegy,

ib. Drayton, ib. Another,

ib. Da Michael Drayton, buried in Westmin- A Satirical Shrub,

ib. fter Abbey,

551
A Little Shrub Growing by,

571 Co the Memory of my beloved Mr. Wil.

An Elegy,

ib. liam Shakspeare, and what he had left us, ib. An Ode. To Himself,

ib. The Mind of a Frontispicce to a Book, TUE FOREST.-BOOK II.

An Ode to James Earl of Desmond, writ Why I write not of Love,

in Queen Elizabeth's time, since lott, and

5.52 To Penshurit,

ib.
recovered,

572

An Ode, To Sir Robert Wroth,

ib, 553 To the World. A farewell for a Gentlewo.

Another,

ib.

A Sonnet, to the Noble Lady, the Lady man virtuous and noble,

554

W16th, Song To Celia, ib.

573

A lit of Rhyme against Rhyme, 'To the same,

ib. Song. That Women are but Men's Shadows 555

An Epigram on William Lord Burleigħ, Song. To Sicknese

ib.

Lord High Treasurer of England; preSong. To Celia,

ib,

sented upon a plate of gold to his Son Song,

ib.

Robert Earl of Salisbury; when he was

also Treasurer, Epode,

ib. Epiftle. To Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland, 556 (For a poor Man.) An Epigram to Thomas

Lord Elsmere, the latt term he fat ChanEpiftie. To Catharine, Lady Aubigny, 537

cellor, in 1616,

ab. Ode. To Sir William Sidney, on his Birth

(For the fame.) Another to him,

ib, day, To Heaven,

An Epigram to the Counlellos that pleaded,
559
and carried the Cause,

574 An Epigram, to the Small-Pox;

ib. UNDER WOODS, CONSISTING OP DIVERS POEMS.

An Epitaph,

ib. To the Reader, 56 A Song,

ib. Poems er Devotion. The Sinner's Sacri- An Epistle to a Friend,

ib. fice.--To the Holy Trinity,

Ao Elegy,

575 An Hymn to God the Father,

361 Another, An Hymn on the Nativity of my Saviour, ib. Another,

ib. À CELEBRATION of Claris, in ten Lyric Odes. Another,

57) His Excuse for Loving, ib. Another,

ib. How he saw her,

ib. An Exccration upon Vulcan, What he suffered, 562 | A Speech according to Horace,

579 Her Triumph, ib. An Epiftle to Mr. Arthur Squib,

$80 His Discourse with Cupid,

ib. An Epigram on Sir Edward Coke, whea Claiming a socond Kiss by Desert, 563 he was Lord Chief Justioe of England, it. Begging another, on Colour of mending the An Epiftle, answering to one that asked to former, ib. be sealed of the tribe of Ben,

581 Urging her of a Promise,

ib. The Dedication of the King's new Cellar Her Man described by her own Didamet,

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Pago An Epigram on the Court-Pucell, 582 The Song of her Descent,

593 An Epigram to the honoured *** Countess The Picture of the Body,

ib. of ib.! The Mind,

$94 Lord Bacon's Birth-day, ib. To Kenelme, John, George,

ib. A Poem sent me by Sir William Burlase. Elegy on my Muse, the truly honoured Lady, The Painter to the Poet, ib. the Lady Venetia Digby,

395 My answer. The Poer to the Painter, 58 Horace, Odc XI. Bok V. The Praises of a An Epigran to William Earl of Newcastle, ib.

Country life, Epistle to Mr. Arthur Squib,

ib. | Horace, Ode Xi. Book JII. To Lydia. DiTo Mr John Burges,

ib.
alogue of H racę and Lydia,

597 Epistle to my Lady Covell,

ib. Fragment of Petronius Arbiter, translated, 598 To Mr. John Burges,

$84 Martial, Book VIII. Epigram 27. translated, ib. Epigram to my Biokfeller,

ib. Horace of the Art of Poetry, translated, 599 An Epigram to William Earl of Newcastle, ib. An Epitaph on Henry Lord La-ware. To

LEGES CONVIVALES. the Passer by,

ib. An Epigram,

ib. Rules for the Tavern Academy: or, Laws An Epigram to King Charles, for an hund.

for the Beaux Esprits. From the Latin of red Pounds he tent me in my Sickness,

Ben. Jonson, engraven in Marble over 1629,

585

the Chimney, in the Apollo of the old To King Charles and Queen Mary, for the Devil Tavern, Temple-Bar; that being loss of their First-born. An Epigram Con

his Club-room,

605 folatory, 1629,

ib. Over the Door at the Entrance into the An Epigram to our Great and Good King

Apollo,

606 Charles, on his Anniversary-day, 1629,

ib. An Epigram on the Prince's Birth,

ib.

MISCELLANIES, An Epigram to the Queen then lying-in,. 1630,

ib. To my faithful Servanc, Mr Richard Broome, 607 An Ode or Song by all the Muses, in cele- The juit Indignation the Author took at the bration of her Majesty's Birth-day, 1630,

ib. vulgar Censure of his Play, the New Ino ib. An Epigram to the Household, 1630, 586 An Answer to the Ode, « Come leave the An Epigram to a Friend and Son,

Loathed Stage,” by Owen Feltham, ib. Ode Pindaric, to the immortal Memory and Fragment of a Satire on Jonson's Magnetic Friendship of that Noble Pair, Sir Lucius

Lady. By Alexander Gill of St. Paul's Carey, and Sir H. Morison, 1630, ib. School,

60g To the Right Honourable the Lord High The Answer,

ib. Treasurer of England. Ao Epistle Men- To my dear Son, and right learned Friend, dicabt, 1632,

587 Mafter Joseph Rutter. Prefixed to the To the King, on his Birth-day, Nov. 19.

Shepherd's Holiday,” a Pastoral Tragi1632. An Epigram Anniverfary, ib. Comedy,

ib. On the Right Honourable and virtuous Lord To my chofen Friend, the learned TranslaWeston, Lord High Treasurer of Eng

tor of Lucan, I homas May, Esq. land, &c.

588 Hymn to Diana In Cynthia's Revels, ib. To the Right Honourable Hierome, Lord Song. In the same,

610 Wefton. An Ode Congratulatory, for his Another,

ib. return from his Embaffy, ib. Song. In the Poetafer,

ib. Epithalamion : or, a Song celebrating the Song. In the Silent Woman,

ib Nuptials of that Noble Gentleman, Mr. Song. In the Devil is an Afs, Hierome Weston, &c. ib. Song. In the Sad Shepherd,

ib. The Humble Petition of Poor Ben, 590 Hue and Cry after Cupid. In the Masque To the Right Honourable the Lord Trea

on Lord Haddington's Marriage,

is. fuier of England. An Epigram, ib. Epithalamion. In the fame,

ib. An Epigram to my \use, the Lady Digby, The Witches Song. In the Masque of the on her Hufband Sir Kenelm Digby, ib. Queens,

612 A New Year's Gift, sung to King Charles, To my truly beloved Friend, Mr. William 1635, 591 Browne, on his Pastorals,

614 On the King's Birth-day,

592 The Vision of Ben Jonson, on the Muis of To my Lord the King, on the Christening

his Friend M. Drayton,

ib. of his Son James,

ib. To the Author : Prefixed to “ the Paffiops An Elegy on the Lady Jane Pawlet, Mar

of the Mind in general," chioness of Winton,

ib. In Memory of the most worthy Ben Jonson, Eupheme: or, the Fair Fame; left to Pof

by William Cartwright,

ib. terity of that truly noble Lady, the Lady On Ben Jonson. By Henry King,

617 Venetia Digb

593 To the Memory of Ben Jonson. Sy Jasper The Dedication of her Cradle,

ib. 1 Mayne,

ib.

615

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