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The Description of Castara
To Castara, in a Trance
To Castara, upon the Death of a Lady
Against them who lay Unchastity to the Sex of Women
To Castara. Of True Delight .
Nox Nocti indicat scientiam
SIR JOHN SUCKLING (1608-1642)
Edmund W. Gosse 170
A Ballad upon a Wedding
Truth in Love
Orsames' Song in Aglaura
The Lute Song in The Sad One
RICHARD LOVELACE (1618-1658)
Edmund W. Gosse 181
Going to the Wars
To Althea from Prison
LORD HERBERT OF CHERBURY (1581-1648) . 7. Churton Collins 188
An Ode upon a question moved whether Love should Continue for
Upon Combing her Hair
SANDYS, HERBERT, CRASHAW, VAUGHAN, .
G. A. Simcox 192
GEORGE SANDYS (1577-1643)
From the Paraphrase upon Luke I.
GEORGE HERBERT (1592-1634)
RICHARD CRASHAW (1615?-1650)
Wishes. To his supposed Mistress
The Flaming Heart
Description of a Religious House
HENRY VAUGHAN (1621-1695)
The Burial of an Infant
Beyond the Veil .
JAMES SHIRLEY (1596-1667)
W. Minto 215
A Lullaby (from The Triumph of Beauty, a Masque)
The Garden (from Poems)
The Might of Death (from Cupid and Death, a Masque)
A Dirge (from The Contention of Ajax and Ulysses)
THOMAS RANDOLPH (1605-1634-5)
Edmund W. Gosse 219
Ode to Master Anthony Stafford
Extract from The Cotswold Eclogue
A Pastoral Courtship .
To Ben Jonson
WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT (16157-1643)
. Prof. A. W. Ward 227
On His Majesty's Recovery from the Small-pox
A New Year's Gift to Brian Lord Bishop of Sarum
To a virtuous young Gentlewoman that died suddenly
ABRAHAM COWLEY (1618-1667)
The Editor 234
Extract from Poetical Blossomes :
Extracts from The Miscellanies :
Ode of Wit
On the Death of Mr. William Hervey
The Chronicle. A Ballad .
On the Death of Mr. Crashaw
Extracts from Anacreontiques :
Extracts from The Mistress :
Extracts from Pindarique Odes :
To Mr. Hobbes .
Extracts from Verses written on Several Occasions :
Stanzas from The Hymn to Light
Extract from The Ode to the Royal Society
Extract from Discourses by way of Essays :
EDMUND WALLER (1605-1687)
Edmund W. Gosse 270
On a Girdle
Extract from His Majesty's Escape at St. Andrew's .
To One who wrote against a fair Lady
The Marriage of the Dwarfs
Extract from The Battle of the Summer's Islands
SIR JOHN DENHAM (1615-1668)
Edmund W. Gosse 279
View of London from Cooper's Hill
Praise of the Thames
Song from The Sophy
Extract from The Elegy on Cowley
THOMAS STANLEY (1625-1678)
Edmund W. Gosse 286
Sir WILLIAM DAVENANT (1605-1668) .
Edmund W. Gosse 289
Extract from Gondibert
On the Captivity of the Countess of Anglesey
JOHN MILTON (1608 1674)
Mark Pattison 293
An Epitaph on the Admirable Dramatic Poet, William Shakespeare 306
Extract from Comus .
Sonnets : On his being arrived at the age of Twenty-three
On his Blindness
On the late Massacre in Piedmont
To the Lord General Cromwell
Extracts from Paradise Lost:
Extracts from Paradise Regained :
Extract from Samson Agonistes
ANDREW MARVELL (1621-1678)
Goldwin Smith 380
A Drop of Dew
A Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland
On Milton's Paradise Lost
SAMUEL BUTLER (1612–1680)
W. E. Henley 396
Extracts from Hudibras :
• New Light'
The Muse of Doggerel
Amantium Irae .
Extracts from Miscellanies :
An Apology for Plaglaries .
Upon the Weakness and Misery of Man
Distichs and Saws (from Hudibras and Miscellanies)
THE EARL OF ROSCOMMON (1634–1684-5)
Edmund W. Gosse 409
Extract from the Essay on Translated Verse
THE EARL OF DORSET (1637-1705-6)
Edmund W. Gosse 411
Song written at Sea
SIR CHARLES SEDLEY (1639-1701)
Edmund W. Gosse 415
Song : ‘Love still has something of the Sea'
Song (from The Mulberry Garden) 'Ah ! Chloris'
Song ‘Phillis is my only Joy'.
MRS. BEHN (1642-1689) .
Edmund W. Gosse 419
Song (from Abdelazar)
On the Death of Waller
THE EARL OF ROCHESTER (1647-1680).
Edmund W. Gosse 424
Song : 'My dear Mistress'
The Bowl .
Song (from Valentinian)
Song When on those lovely looks'
Song 'Absent from thee I languish still
Epitaph on Charles II
THOMAS OTWAY (1651-1685)
Edmund IV. Gosse 430
Extract from The Poet's Complaint of his Muse
JOHN OLDHAM (1653–1683)
. Prof. A. W. Ward 432
The Jesuits (from the Second Satire upon them)
The Domestic Chaplain (from A Satire addressed to a Friend). 435
JOHN DRYDEN (1631-1700)
Prof. A. W. Ward 437
Verses to her Royal Highness the Duchess (of York]
Extracts from Annus Mirabilis :
The Attempt at Berghen
The Fire of London
Extracts from Absalom and Achitophel :
The Malcontents. Zimri
Doeg and Og
Shadwell (from Mac Flecknoe)
Tradition (from Religio Laici)
Extracts from The Hind and the Panther :
The Sects. Private Judgment
The Unity of the Catholic Church
Prologue to Aureng-Zebe, or the Great Mogul
To the Pious Memory of Mrs. Anne Killigrew .
A Song for St. Cecilia's Day
Alexander's Feast ; or, The Power of Music
Lines printed under the Portrait of Milton
To my Friend, Mr. Congreve
Palamon and Arcite .
To my Honoured Kinsman, John Dryden
Veni Creator Spiritus