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ib. The Storm.-To Mr. Christopher Brook,
ib. from the Inand Voyage with the Earl of
ib. 1 The Calm,
To Sir Henry Wotton,
Comedy.-to the Queen's Moft Excel.
ral Tragi Comedy,
cus Antonius.—Dedicated to the Right
Honourable and most Virtuous Lady, the
424 An Apology for the Premises to the Lady
432 To my only chosen Valentine and Wife, ib.
436 A Translation of Boethius, the Third Book
443 Upon my Brother Mr. G. F. his Book inti.
tuled Chrilt's Victory and Triumph, ib.
447 Upon the Contemplations of the Bishop of
Excester, to the Lady E. W. at New
454 | Asclepiades of Mr. H. S. Translated and
Psalm CXXVII. ib.
Psalm CXXXVII. ib.
Psalm CXXX. ib.
ib. On my Friend's Pidure, who died in Tra.
464 Grounds, Labour, and Reward of Faith, ib.
ib. ELIZA; or an Elegy upon the unripe Decease
ib. of Sir Antony Irby, composed at the re.
quest (and for a monument) of his fur.
ib. Recommendatory Poem, by Quarles, to his
466 Dedication to the Right Worthy Knight,
WORKS OF G. FLETCHER.
483 To the Reader,
Reverend Mr Doctor Neville, Dean of Christ's Victory in Heaven,
491 | Christ's Triumph over Death,
492 Christ's Triumph after Death,
WORKS OF JONSON.
and Virtue, the Most Noble, William l'o my Book,