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CONTENT S.

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The Author's Life,

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A Song,

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ib.

Dedication to the Right Honourable William

The Legacy,

Lord Craven, Baron of Hamsted-Marsham, 6 A Fever,

ib.

Upon Mr. John Donne and his Poems, by Air and Angels,

28

Arth. Wilson,

ib. Break of Day,

ib.

Epitaph on Dr. Donne, by Dr. Corbet, Bishop The Anniversary,

ib.

of Oxford,

7 A Valedi&ion of my Name in the Window, ib.

Twicknam Garden,

29

SATIRES.

Valediction to his Book,

ib.

Sacire I.

Community,

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Love's Growth,

ib.

Satire IT.

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Love's Exchange,

ib.

Satire 111.

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Confined Love,

Satire IV.

The Dream,

ib.

Satire V.

13

A Valediction of Weeping,

ib.

Satire VI.

14

Love's Alchymy,

The Curse,

ib.

EPITHALAMIONS : OR, MARRIAGE SONGS.

The Message,

ib.

An Epithalamion on Frederick Count Palatine

A Nocturnal upon St. Lucy's Day, being the

of the Rhine, and Lady Elizabeth, being Shortest Day,

ib.

Married on St. Valentine's Day,

15 Witchcraf: by a Picture,

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Epithalamion made at Lincoln's Inn,

16 The Bait,

ib.

The Apparition,

ECLOGUE.

The Broken Heart,

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The time of Marriage,

19 A Valediction, forbidding Marriage, ib.

Equality of Persons,

ib. The Ecstaly,

ib.

Raising of the Bridegroom,

ib. Love's Deity,

35

Raising of the Bride,

ib. Love's Diet,

ib.

Her Apparelling,

ib. The Will,

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Going to the Chapel,

ib. The Funeral,

ib.

The Benediction,

ib. | The Blossom,

ib.

Feafts and Revels,

The Primrose,

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The Bride's Going to Bed,

ib. The Relic,

ib.

The Bridegroom's Coming,

ib. .The Damp,

The Good Nigbt,

ib. The Diffolution,

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HOLY SONNETS.

ib.

21

A Set Ring sent,

Negative Love,

ib.

Ao Ode,

23

The Prohibition,

ib.

POEMS, SONGS, AND SONNETS.

The Expiration,

ib.

The Flea,

24

The Computation,

39

ib.

The Good-morrow,

ib. The Paradox,

ib. A Song,

A Song,

ib.

Woman's Confancy,

ib.

25

Farewell to Love,

ib. A Song,

ib.

The Undertaking,

The Sun Rising,

ib. A Lecture upon the Shadow,

40

ib.

The Indifferent,

ib. | The Token,

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Love's Usury,

Canonization,

ib.

DIVINE POEMS.

The Triple Fool,

ib.

Love's Infiniteness,

La Carona,

ib.

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Annunciation,
ib. A Self Accuser,

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Nativity,

ib. A Licentious Person,

ib.

Temple,

ib. Antiquary,

ib.

Miracles,

ib. Disinherited,

Resurrection,

Phryne,

ib

Ascension,

ib. An Obscure Writer,

ib.

On the Blessed Virgin Mary,

ib Raderus,

ib.

The Cross,

ib. Mercurius Gallo-Belgicus,

ib

Psalm CXXXVII.

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Resurrection, -Imperfect,

ib.

ELEGIES.

A Hymn to the Saints, and to Marquis Ha Elegy 1.- Jealousy,

milton, addressed to Sir Robert Carr, 44

II. - The Anagram,

ib.

The Annunciation and Paslion,

ib.

III.-Change,

Good Friday, 1613,

ib.

IV.-The Perfume,

ib.

The Litany. - The Father,

45 V.-His Picture,

The San,

ib.

VI, VII.

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The Holy Ghost,

ib. V:II.—The Comparison,

ib.

The Trinity,

ib.

IX.-The Autumnal,

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The Virgin Mary,

ib.

X. - The Dream,

ib.

The Angels,

ib.

XI.-Death,

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The Patriarchs,

ib. XII.-Upon the lofs of his Mistress's

The Prophets,

ib.

chain, for which he made satisfaction, ib.

The Apostles,

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XIII.

ib.

The Martyrs,

ib. XIV. -His Parting from Her, 68

The Confessors,

ib. XV.-Julia,

ib.

The Virgins,

ib.

XVI.-The Tale of a Citizen and his

The Doctors,

ib.

Wise,

69

Upon the Translation of the Psalms, by Sir

XVII.- The Expoftulation,

ib.

Pbilip Sidney and the Countess of Pem-

XVIII.

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broke,

49 To his Mistress going to Bed,

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A Hymn to Christ, at the Author's last going

into Germany,

FUNERAL ELEGIES.

Anaromy of the World ; wherein, by occasion

The LAMENTATion of Jeremy, for the most part

of the uptimely death of Mrs. Elizabeth

according to TREMELLIUS.

Drury, the Frailty and the decay of this

Chap. I.

ib. whole world is represented.—The Firit

Chap I.

49 Anniversary,

Chap. III.

So

Funeral Elegy,

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Of the Progress of the Soul; wherein, by oc-

Chap. V.

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casion of the religious death of Mrs. Eli-

Hymn to God, my God, in my Sickness, ib. zabeth Drury, the incommodities of the

A Hymn to God the Father,

ib. foul in this life, and her exaltation in the

next, are contemplated. The Second An-

THE PROGRESS OL THE SOUL.

niversary,

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Infinitati Sacrum, 16 Augufti 1601 -Me EPICEDES AND OBSEQUIES UPON THE DEATH OF

TEMPSYCHOSIS.-Poema Satyricon.-E-

SUNDRY PERSONAGES.

pistle,

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In Sacram Anchoram Piscatoris.-G. Her.

An Elegy on the untimely Death of the in-

bert,

comparable Prince Henry,

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In English,

ib. Obsequies on the Lord Harrington, &c.-

"To Mr. George Herbert, fent him with one

Dedicated to the Countess of Bedford,

of my Seals of the Anchor and Christ, ib.

An Elegy on thé Lady Markham,

On a Sheaf of Snakes used heretofore to be

Elegy on Mrs. Boulftred,

ib.

Another,

my Seal, the Crest of our poor Family,

Translated out of Gazæus. Vota Amico facia,

Elegy on his Mistress,

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Fol. 160,

ib. Elegy on Himself,

ib.

Elegy,

ib.

Elegy on the Lord C.

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Hero and Leander,

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LETTERS TO SEVERAL PERSONAGES.

Pyramus and Thisbe,

ib.

Niobe,

ib. The Storm.-To Mr. Christopher Brook,
A Burnt Ship,

ib. from the Inand Voyage with the Earl of
Fall of a Wall,
ib. Eflex,

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A Lame Beggar,

ib. 1 The Calm,

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Chap. IV.

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EPIGRAMS.

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EPISTLES.

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Comedy.-to the Queen's Moft Excel.
DEDICATIONS.

lent Majesty,
of Philotas; a Tragedy.—To the Prince, 230 PROLOGOE to Hymen's Triumph; a Palto-

ral Tragi Comedy,
Of Cleopatra ; a Tragedy-To the Right

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Honourable the Lady Mary, Countess of Ulysses and the Siren,

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Pembroke,
231 The Complaint of Rofamond,

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of the Queen's Arcadia ; a Pastoral Tra Letter from Octavia to her Husband Mar.
gi-Comedy-To the Queen's Most Ex.

cus Antonius.—Dedicated to the Right
cellent Majesty,

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

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Canto IX.

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

428
Culpepper,

467
Canto XI.

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

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

ib.
A Translation of Boethius,Book Second, Verse
PSCATORY ECLOGUES.
Seventh,

468
Eclogue 1.

443 Upon my Brother Mr. G. F. his Book inti.
Eclogue II.

445

tuled Chrilt's Victory and Triumph, ib.
Eclogue Ill.

447 Upon the Contemplations of the Bishop of
Eclogue IV.

449

Excester, to the Lady E. W. at New
Eclogue V.

451
Year's tide,

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Eclogue VI.

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

457
Enlarged,

ib.
Plalms Metaphrased. Psalm XLII. ib.

Psalm LXIII.
POETICAL MISCELLANIES.

470

Psalm CXXVII. ib.
An Hymn at the Marriage of my moft dcar

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

461

Plalm I.

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

462

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

ib.
To my ever honoured Cousin, W. R. Er. Another,

47%
quire,

ib. On my Friend's Pidure, 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 Picture of Achmat the Turkish Upon Mr. Perkins, his printed Sermons,

472
Tyrant,

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

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

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quest (and for a monument) of his fur.
Against a Rich Man despising Poverty, ib
Contemnenti,
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:

473

466 Dedication to the Right Worthy Knight,

WORKS OF G. FLETCHER.

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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 Molt Heavenly,

492 Christ's Triumph after Death,

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WORKS OF JONSON.

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Paris)
The Author's Life,

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Dedication to the great Example 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,

EPIGRAMS.BOOK I.

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