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THE

WORKS

OF THE

ENGLISH POETS,

FROM CHAUCER TO COWPER;

INCLUDING THE

SERIES EDITED,

WITH

PREFACES, BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL,

BY DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON:

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CONTENTS.

POEMS OF SIR JOHN BEAUMONT.

Page LADA

THE Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers ......

I Dedication to the King

COMMENDATORY VERSES.

An Elegy to the living Memory of his deceased

Friend, By Thomas Newill.........
An Elegy to the Memory of his much bo-

Dured Friend. By Thomas Hawkins ......

To the worthy Muse of his noble friend. By

Thomas Hawkins............

A Congratulation to the Muses. By his Son

Jobo Beaumont ...........................
Cpna the following Poems of my dearest Pa-

ther. By Fraucis Beaumont
Cpon the Poems of his dearest Brother. By
George Portescue .........

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Os the hononred Poems of his honoured

Friend. By Ben Jonson ............
To the dear Remembrance of his noble Friend.

By Mic. Drayton .......
Ad posthumum Opus D. Io Bello-Montij.

By Pa Kin. ...................:
Upon the honoured Poeins of his unknown

Friend. By la. Cl. ..........................

Distorth Field .........

An Expression of Sibyll's Acrosticks ............

Virgil. Eclog. iv. ...........

An Epigram concerning Man's Life, com-

posed by Crates, or Posidippus ...............

The Answer of Metrodorus......................

Harit. Lib. ii. Sat. vi. ...........................

Horat. Carm. Lib. ii. Od. xxix....................

Page

3 An Act of Contrition ........

6 In Desolation

In spiritual Comfort

An Act of Hope

Of Teares ......

Of Sinne

Of the miserable State of Man ............... ..

Of Sicknesse

Of true Liberty .......

Against inordinate Love of Creatures

Against abused Loue ..............................

A Description of Loue .............................

'The Shepherdesse .............

On the Anniuersary Day of his Maistre's Reigne

ouer England, March the 24 ..................
A Thaoksgiuing for the Deliverance of King

James from a dangerous Accident............

To his late Majesty concerning the true Forme

of English Poetry .........

To the glorious Memory of King James ......

A Panegyrick at the Coronation of King

Charles...................... ..

Of the Prince's Journey ...........................

Of the Prince's Departure and Retiirne........
Of the Prince's most happy Returne............
Upon the Anniuersary Day of the Prince's

Returne, October the fifth .....................
To the most illustrious Prince Charles, of the

excellent Use of Poems ........................

ib. | To the Prince .......................................

| An Epithalamium vpon the happy Marriage

1 of King Charles and Querne Mary .........

20 At the End of his Maiestie's first Yeere ......

An Epithalamiom to my Lord Marquesse of

of Buckingham and to his faire and verty-

ous Lady ..........................................
Of his Majestie's vow for the Felicity of my

Lord Marquisse of Buckingham ...........

| My Lord of Buckingham's Welcome to the

King at Burley ......................

A Congratulation to the Marquisse of Buck-

l ingbam at the Birth of his Daughter.........

Of true Greatnesse. To the Marquisse of

Buckingham ....................................

24 | Vpon the Marquisse of Buckingham's Armes .. ib.

Horat. Enud. li.

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Per. Sat. ii.. ............

Áos). Idill. xvi. ..........
Claudian's Epigram of the old Man of Verona.
Upon the two great Feasts of the Annuncia-
tion and Resorrection falling on the same

Day, March 25, 1627...........................
Of the Epiphany ...............
Of the Transfiguration of our Lord ...........
On Ascension Day ..........
An Ode of the blessed Trinitie ..................
A Dialogue between the World, a Pilgrim, and

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