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Lay a garland on my hearse BEAUMONT and FLETCHER. Maid's Tragedy, 1622.

Let me not, to the marriage of true W. SHAKESPEARE. Sonnets, 1609. Like a ring, without a finger

F. BEAUMONT. Poems, 1640. Like as a huntsman, after weary.. E. SPENSER Amoretti, &c., 1595. Like desert woods, with darksome T. LODGE, M.D. In R. S.'s Phanix Nest, 1593.

Like Memnon's rock, touched with G. FLETCHER the Elder, LL.D. Licia [1593].

Like to a hermit poor, in place
Sir W. RALEGH. In R. S.'s Phanix
Nest, 1593.

Like truthless dreams, so are my
Sir W. RALEGH. In R. S.'s Phonix
Nest, 1593.

Live, Spenser, ever in thy 'Fairy
R. BARNFIELD. Poems, 1598.
Long have I lived in Court: yet
Sir J. DAVIES. In F. DAVISON'S
Poetical Rhapsody, 3rd Ed., 1611.
Love and my Mistress were at
N. BRETON. Bower of Delights, 1597.
Love guides the roses of thy lips
T. LODGE, M.D. Fhillis, 1593.
Love! if a God thou art..

F. DAVISON. Poetical Rhapsody, 1602. Love is a sickness, full of woes S. DANIEL. Hymen's Triumph, 1615. Love is blind, and a wanton! B. JONSON. Poetaster, 1607. Lovely Maya, Hermes' mother.... B. BARNES. Parthenope, &c. [1593]. Love, Mistress is of many minds.. Rev. R. SOUTHWELL, S.J. St. Peter's Complaint, 1595.

Love's Queen (long waiting for her ANON. In J. BODENHAM'S England's Helicon, 1600.

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Love who will; for I'll love none! 278 W. BROWNE. Lansdowne MS. 777, in the British Museum.

Maidens! why spare ye?

M. DRAYTON. Poems [1606].
Many desire; but few, or none
Sir W. RALEGH. MS. Rawl. Poet.
85, in Bodleian Library.
Mark, when She smiles with

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E. SPENSER. Amoretti, &c., 1595. May I find a woman fair

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F. BEAUMONT. Poems, 1640. Mine eye, with all the Deadly Sins 116 H. CONSTABLE. In F. DAVISON'S Poetical Rhapsody, 1602. Mortality, behold and fear!

F. BEAUMONT. In Wit's Recreations,
2nd Ed., 1641.

My bonny Lass, thine eye
T. LODGE, M.D. In R. Š.'s Phonix
Nest, 1593.

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Now, have I learned, with much
A. W. In F. DAVISON's Poetical
Rhapsody, 1602.
Now, let her change, and spare.... 244
T. CAMPION, M.D. Airs, IÌI (1616).
(M.)

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O, faithless World! and thy more 298
Sir H. WOTTON. In F. DAVISON'S
Poetical Rhapsody, 1602. The present
text is from Rel. Wott., 1651.

O, Life! what lets thee from a ....
Rev. R. SOUTHWELL, S.J.
Complaint, 1595.

St. Peter's

O, Mistress mine, where are you..
W. SHAKESPEARE. Twelfth Night,
in Comedies, &c., 1623.

On a hill, that graced the plain.... 279
W. BROWNE. In J. BODENHAM'S
England's Helicon, 2nd Ed., 1614.
'On a hill there grows a flower

N. BRETON. In J. BODENHAM'S
England's Helicon, 1600.
Once did my thoughts both ebb
ANON. In R. JONES' The Muses'
Garden, &c., 1610. (M.)

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One of her hands one of her
W. SHAKESPEARE. In Sir J. SuCK-
LING's Fragmenta Aurea, 1646.
On quicksedge, wrought with......
R. TOFTE. Laura, 1597.
Orpheus, with his lute, made trees
W. SHAKESPEARE. Henry VIII, in
Comedies, &c., 1623.

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O, sacred Blush, impurpling...
W. DRUMMOND. Poems, Edin., 1616.
O, sweet delight! O, more than..
T.CAMPION,M.D. Airs,III[1616]. (M.)
O, that joy so soon should waste! 215
B. JONSON. Cynthia's Revels, in
Works, I, 1616.

O, the month of May! the merry
T. DECKER. Shoemakers' Holiday,
1600.

O, the sweet contentment

J. CHALKHILL. In I. WALTON'S
Complete Angler, 1653.
Our reign is come! For in the
BEAUMONT and FLETCHER.
Tragedy, 1622.

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Sad, all alone, not long I musing..
G. FLETCHER the Elder, LL.D.
Licia [1593].
Say, that I should say,

'I love ye!'
N. BRETON. In J. BODENHAM'S
England's Helicon, 1600.
Shall I come, sweet Love! to thee 237
T.CAMPION, M.D. Airs, III[1613]. (M.)
Shall I (like a hermit) dwell..
ANON. London Magazine, III, 444,
for August, 1734.

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Shall I fell you, whom I love?
W. BROWNE. Britannia's Pastorals,
II, 1616.

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W. DRUMMOND. Poems, Edin., 1616. Shoot, false Love! I care not! ANON. In T. MORLEY'S Balletts, 1595. (M.)

Shun delays! They breed

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Rev. R. SOUTHWELL, S.J. St. Peter's
Complaint, 1595.

Sigh no more, Ladies! sigh no ....
W. SHAKESPEARE. Much Ado about
Nothing, 1600.

Silly boy, 'tis full moon yet! Thy 244
T.CAMPION, M.D. Airs, III[1616]. (M.)
Since first I saw your face, I
ANON. In T. FORD'S Music, &c., 1607.
(M.)

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Since there's no help; come, let
M. DRAYTON. [Sixty-first Sonnet in]
Idea, in Poems [1619].
Since true penance hath suspended 124
F. DAVISON. Poetical Rhapsody, 1602.
Sing his praises, that doth keep

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J. FLETCHER. Faithful Shepherdess [1610].

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F. DAVISON. Poetical Rhapsody, 1602. So saith my fair and beautiful

Sir Eglamore, that worthy knight 284 S. ROWLANDS. Melancholy Knight, 1615.

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'Sir Painter! Are thy colours
ANON. In R. S.'s Phonix Nest, 1593.
Sister, awake! Close not your
ANON. In T. BATESON'S Madrigals,
I, 1604. (M.)

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Sleep! Silence's child! Sweet
W.DRUMMOND. Poems, Edin., 1616.
Slow, slow, fresh fount! Keep time
B. JONSON. Cynthia's Revels, in
Works, I, 1616.
So many Loves have I neglected 248
T. CAMPION, M.D. Airs,II [1613]. (M.)
Some there are as fair to see too..

Sweet! I do not pardon crave

F. DAVISON. Poetical Rhapsody, 1602. Sweet Love, mine only treasure! A. W. In F. DAVISON's Poetical Rhapsody, 1602.

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ANON. In N. YONGE'S Musica Transalpina, II, 1597. (M.) Steer hither! steer your winged .. 276 W. BROWNE. Inner Temple Masque, 1615.

Still to be neat! Still to be drest.. 217
B. JONSON. Epicane (1609), in Works,
I, 1616.

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'Sweet Phillis! if a silly Swain
N. BRETON. Bower of Delights, 1597;
and in J. BODENHAM's England's
Helicon, 1600.
Sweet Smile, the Daughter of the.. 44
E. SPENSER. Amoretti, &c., 1595.
Sweet Spring! thou turn'st, with .. 288
W. DRUMMOND. Poems, Edin., 1616.

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Sweet Violets! Love's Paradise! IGNOTO. In R. S.'s Phanix Nest, 1593.

Take, O, take those lips away
W. SHAKESPEARE. Measure for
Measure, in Comedies, &c., 1623. From
C. C. GALLUS.

Tell me, dearest! What is Love? 209
J. FLETCHER. The Captain, in BEAU-
MONT and FLETCHER's Comedies, &c.,
1647.

Tell me, Where is Fancy bred ?
W. SHAKESPEARE. Merchant of
Venice, 1600.

That time of year, thou mayst in
W. SHAKESPEARE. Sonnets, 1609.
The fire seven times tried this!
W. SHAKESPEARE. Merchant of
Venice, 1600.

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The forward Violet thus did I
W. SHAKESPEARE. Sonnets, 1609.
The Gentry to the 'King's Head'
T. HEYWOOD. Rape of Lucrece, 1608.
The Grecians used to offer up
R. TOFTE. Laura, 1597.
The lopped tree, in time, may grow
Rev. R. SOUTHWELL, S.J. St. Peter's
Complaint, 1595:

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The man upright of life, whose.... 247
T. CAMPION, M.D. In R. ALISON'S
An Hour's Recreation, &c., 1606.
(M.)

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The Poets feign, that, when the 268
J. SYLVESTER. In F. DAVISON'S
Poetical Rhapsody, 1602.
Therefore, above the rest..

G. FLETCHER the Younger, B.D.
Christ's Victory, &c., Camb., 1610.
There is a garden in her face

T. CAMPION, M.D. Airs, IV [1616]. There is a jewel, which no Indian ANON. In J. WILBYE'S Madrigals, II, 1609. (M.)

There is a Lady sweet and kind
ANON. In T. FORD's Music, &c., 1607.
(M.)

There is none, O, none but you!..
R. DEVEREUX,
Earl of ESSEX.
Printed at page 246 of Fasti Oxon.,
in Dr. P. BLISS's Ed. of A. A WOOD'S
Ath. Oxon. ii. 1815.

There lay this pretty perdue, safe
Sir J. SUCKLING. Fragmenta Aurea,
1646.

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Weep with me, all you that read B. JONSON. Epigrams, in Works, I, 1616. Weep you no more, sad fountains! ANON. In J. DOWLAND's Songs, III, 1603. (M.)

Welcome! Welcome! do I sing!..
W. BROWNE. Lansdowne MS. 777.
Were I as base as is the lowly plain
J. SYLVESTER. In F. DAVISON'S
Poetical Rhapsody, 1602.

What if a day, or a month, or a
T. CAMPION, M.D. In R. ALISON'S
An Hour's Recreation, &c., 1606.
(M.)

What is it all, that men possess
T. CAMPION, M.D. Airs, III [1616].
(M.)
What is our Life?

A Play of.....
Sir W. RALEGH. In O. GIBBONS'
Madrigals, 1612. (M.)

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What Shepherd can express
E. DE VERE, Earl of OXFORD. In
J. BODENHAM's England's Helicon,
1600.

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Under the greenwood tree

W. SHAKESPEARE. As You Like It,
in.Comedies, &c., 1623.

Upon a bank, with roses set about 261
M. DRAYTON. Poems [1606].
Upon my lap, my Sovereign sits..
R.VERSTEGAN. Odes, [Antwerp,] 1601.

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When daisies pied, and violets blue W. SHAKESPEARE. Love's Labour Lost, 1598.

When day is gone, and darkness.. ANON. In R. S.'s Phoenix Nest, 1593.

When icicles hang by the wall
W. SHAKESPEARE. Love's Labour
Lost, 1598.

When She was born, whom I......
W. SMITH. Chloris, 1596.

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When thou must home, to shades 237
T. CAMPION, M.D. In P. ROSSETER'S
Airs, 1601. (M.)

When to her lute Corinna sings
T. CAMPION, M.D. In P. ROSSETER'S
Airs, 1601. (M.)

When Venus saw Desire must die 175
A. W. In F. DAVISON's Poetical
Rhapsody, 1602.

Where the bee sucks, there suck I!
W. SHAKESPEARE. Tempest, in
Comedies, &c., 1623.
Where wards are weak, and foes
Rev. R. SOUTHWELL, S.J. St. Peter's
Complaint, 1595.
Whether men do laugh, or weep ..
T. CAMPION, M.D. In P. ROSSETER'S
Airs, 1601. (M.)

Who can live in heart so glad
N. BRETON. Passionate Shepherd,
1604.
Who is Silvia? What is she
W. SHAKESPEARE. Two Gentlemen
of Verona, in Comedies, &c., 1623.
Who taught thee first to sigh...

E. DE VERE, Earl of OXFORD. MS.
Rawl. Poet. 85, in Bodleian Library.
Widow, well met! Whither go

Sir J. DAVIES. In F. DAVISON'S
Poetical Rhapsody, 3rd Ed., 1611.
Will you hear a Spanish Lady
?T. DELONEY.] Text as reprinted by
Rev. J. W. EBSWORTH, in Roxburghe
Ballads, vi. 655, 1889.
Willy, prithee, go to bed!..
ANON. In T. RAVENSCROFT'S Deutero-
melia, 1609. (M.)

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Ye Highlands, and ye Lawlands!.. 179
ANON. In Scots Songs, Ed. by D.
HERD. Edin., 1769.

Ye little birds, that sit and sing
T. HEYWOOD. Fair Maid of the
Exchange, 1607.

You, brave heroic minds

M. DRAYTON. Poems [1606].
You spotted snakes with double.
W. SHAKESPEARE. Midsummer

Night's Dream, 1600.

You that choose not by the view..
W. SHAKESPEARE. Merchant of
Venice, 1600.
You, that embrace enchanting
W. SMITH. Chloris, 1596.

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GLOSSARY AND INDEX.

A', 188, all.

7.

Aspire, 89, 292, breathe forth.

Acold, 80, chilled.
Adam, 271.
Adonis, 25, 111-115, 140, 245, Assay, 42, attempt.
282.
Astra (W. Browne), 279, 280.
Astrea [Queen Elizabeth]
(Sir J. Davies), 27-35.

Adown, 256, down.
A-dry, 159, thirsty.
Affection (in Sir W. Ra-

legh's sense), 151, feeling
opposed to reason.
Afie 142, in the field.
After-wits, 59, being wise

after the event, and too late.
Aglaia (N. Breton), 73, 74.
Piped a-good, 256, vigorously,
heartily.

45,

Ajmere, 203.
Alexander the Great, 62.
All-a-pieces shiver,
broken all to pieces.
All too pitiless, 75, altogether.
Aman, 63, Haman.
Amaryllis (H. Constable),
118-120.

And, 141, if you.
Angel-gold, 162, standard
gold used in making angels,
coins valued, at different
times, from 6s. 8d. to 10s.
Here likened to golden hair.
Angels, 160, a pun on the
word; meaning the coin,
which was a lawyer's fee,
and also spirits in Heaven.
Anomos (the poetical name

Arviragus (W.Shakespeare), | His breech, 255, breeches.
Breton, N., 70-80.
Bride-House, 211, the house
where a wedding is held.
Britans, 262, Britons.
Browne, W., 276–282.

of A. W.), 168-178.
'Anon, Sir!', 198, the answer

of a waiter in a tavern.
Antimachus (T. Lodge), 86.
Antique stories, 253, ancient.
Apelles, 24, 26.
Lead apes in hell, 31, 38, the
fancied consequence of dying
an old maid.
Arcadia, 99.
Arden, 253.
Ariel (W. Shakespeare), 1.
Armstrong, T., 188.
Arrant, 156, errand.
Strange array, 181, dress.
Art, 89, human skill, as op-
posed to Nature.

Arts, 158, the Liberal Arts.

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furious.

Beaumont, F., 196-208, 214.
Bebathèd, 143, bathed.
Bedecked, 108, adorned.
Bedlam Tamberlaine, 255,
The reference is to
Marlow's Play.
Beechen-tree, 185, beech-tree.
Beforne, 22, before.
Berycinth (B. Barnes), 66.
Unswept stone, besmeared,
12, soiled through neglect.
Bewray, 37, 77, reveal.
Bide, 89, abide, endure.
My judgement blear, 126,
beguile, blind, impose upon.
The box, 72, a garden shrub.

Cælia, (Sir D. Murray), 228,
Cæsar, C. J., 62, 143.
Cain, 271.
Campion, M.D.; T., 229–251.
Can't, 85, cannot.
Carr, Earl of Somerset ;
R., 300.
Cassamen (M. Drayton), 253.
Catched, 195, caught.
Celia (B. Jonson), 219, 220.
Chalk-hill, J., 266, 267.
Chaucer, G., 22.
Chequered plain, 185, varie-
gated.
'Cherry-ripe!' 238, a street
cry; here applied to a lady's
lips.
Chloris (W. Smith), 83.
Chop-church, 36, a trafficker
in church livings.
Clora (J. Fletcher), 209.
Cockers, 255, leggings, or
gaiters.

Cockle hat, 9, a hat with a
scallop-shell in it.
Co'entry blue, 255, a blue
thread made at Coventry.
Colin, 257.

Articles of the Conclusion,
76, Treaty.
Black-haired coney, 72, ? a
rabbit.
Constable, H., 111-120.
Cordiwin = Cordwain = Cor-
dovan, 255, Spanish leather,
Coridon (R. Barnfield), 19.

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