Sivut kuvina
PDF
ePub
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][merged small]
[blocks in formation]
[merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]
[merged small][ocr errors][merged small]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Page

Page

The Author's Life,

689 The Desertion,

703

Song,

704

In praise of Myra,

ib.

Song to Myra,

ib.

Preface,

695 Myra Singing,

To the Earl of Peterborough, on his happy Myra at a Review of the Guards in Hyde-

accomplishment of the Marriage between

park,

ib.

bis Royal Highness and the Princess

To Myra,

Mary D'Efte, of Modena. Written se-

The Progress of Beauty,

705

veral years after, in Imitation of the

To the Countess of Newbourg, infifting

Style of Mr. Waller,

695 earnestly to be told who I meant by

Spoken by the Author, being then not

Myra,

107

Twelve years of Age, to her Royal

To Myra,

,

ib.

Highness the Duchess of York, at Tri-

To Myra,

708

nity College in Cambridge,

696 To Myra,

ib.

To the King, in the First Year of his Ma-

Song to Myra,

iba

jesty's Reign,

ib

To Myra,

ib,

To the King,

ib. | To Myra,

ib.

To the King,

697 Phyllis Drinking,

709

To the Author, on his foregoing Verses to

To Myra,

ib.

the King. By Mr. Edmund Waller, ib. | The Enchantment. In Imitation of Theo-

To the Immortal Memory of Mr. Edmund

critus,

Waller, upon his Death,

ib. The Vifion,

710

To Myra, loving at first sight,

ib Adieu L'Amour,

711

To Myra,

698 Love,

712

Song to Myra,

ib. Meditation on Death,

ib.

An Imitation of the Second Chorus in the

Essay upon unnatural Flights in Poetry, ib.

Second Act of Seneca's l'hyestus.

ib. Explanatory Annotations on the foregoing

A loyal Exhortation. Written in the Year

Poem,

713

1688,

ib. Epigrams and Characters, &c.

715

Verses sent to the Author in his Retire-

Cleura,

ib.

ment. Written by Mrs. Elizabeth Hig-

Cloe,

716

gons,

699 Mrs. Clavering, singiog,

ib.

Occasioned by the foregoing Verses. Writ Song,

ib,

ten in the Year 1690,

ib, The Wild Boar's Defence,

ib.

Song,

700

For Liberality,

ib.

Beauty and Law; a Poetical Pleading, ib. Corinna,

717

Lady Hyde,

ibs

having the Small Pox, foon A Receipt for Vapours,

ib.

after the Recovery of Mrs. Mohun, 702 On an ill-favoured Lord,

ib.

The Duchess of -, unfeasonably sur-

Cloe,

ib.

prised in the Embraces of her Lord, ib. On the same,

ib.

To Flavia. Written on her Garden in the

Corinna,

718

Noreli,

ib. Cloc perfumiag herself,

ib.

To the same. Her Gardeos having escaped Belinda,

ib.

a Flood that had laid all the Country Impromptu. Written under a Picture of

round under Water,

ib. the Countess of Sandwich, drawn in

To my Friend Dr. Garth. In his Sickness, ib. Man's Habit,

ib,

To my dear Kinsman, Charles Lord Lanf To my Friend Mr. John Dryden, on the

downe, upon the Bombardment of the

several excellent Transations of the an-

Town of Granvile in Normandy, by the

cient Poets,

ib.

English Fleet,

ib. A Morning Hymn to the Duchess of Ha-

Lady Hyde, sitting at Sir Godfrey Kneller's

milton,

jb.

for her Picture,

703 Drinking Song to Sleep,

To Mrs. Granville, of Wotton in Bucking-

Written under Mrs. Hare's Name upon a

hamshire; afterwards Lady Conway, 703 Dripking Glass,

ib.

To Mrs. Afra Behn,

ib. e under the Duchess of Bolton's, ib.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors][ocr errors]
[ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small]

Page

718

721 ib.

72%

Page Written under the Lady Harper's Name,

Tragedy, called, the Generous Conunder the Lady Mary Villiers'

queror, Name,

ib. Epilogue to the Jew of Venice, Cupid Disaroied. To the Princess D’Au Prilogue to the She-gallants; or, the once vergne,

ib. a Lover and always a Lover, Explication in French. Cupid difarmé.

Ode on the present Corruption of ManFable pour Madame la Princesse D'Au

kind. Inscribed to the Lord Falkland, vergne,

ib. Fortune Epigram, Bacchus Disarned. To Mrs. Laura Dillon,

Character of Mr. Wycherley, now Lady Falkland,

ib. | Verses written in a Leaf of the Author's Thyrsis and Delia. A Song in Dialogue,

720

Poems, presented to the Queen. The A Latin Inscription on a Medal for Lewis

Muse's last dying Song,
XIV, of France,

ib. Written in a Leaf of the same Poems, pre-
Englished and applied to Queen Anne, ib. sented to the Princess Royal,
Urganda's Prophecy. Spoken by, way of Written on à Window in the Tower, where
Epilogue at the First Representation of

Sir Robert Walpole had been confined, the British Enchanters,

ib.' Peleus and Thetis. A Marque. Set to Mufic, Prologue to the British Enchanters,

ib.' The British Enchanters : or, no Magic like Another Epilogue, designed for the same, 721

Lrive. A Dramatic Poem, With Scenes Frologue to Mr. Bevil Higgons' excellent

Machines. Music, and Decorations,

ibi ib, ib.

723

ib.

ib. g 24

726

WORKS OF YALDEN:

Page

Tue Author's Life,

763

POEMS.

763 764

Page
747 Works, with his Poems; written in his

Paradise Loft,
To Sir Humphry Mackworth, on the Mincs,

late of Sir Carbery Price,

Ovid's Art of Love.. Book II,
750 Effay on the Character of Sir Willoughby

ib, Allon,
752. To the Memory of a Fair Young Lady,

1697

To Myra; written in her Cleopatra,
753 Advice co a Lover,
754

On the Conquest of Namur. A Pindaric

Ode. Humbly inscribed to his Most ib.

Sacred and Victorious Majesty, 1095,

771

774 ib. ib.

775,

[ocr errors]

778

Against immoderate Grief. To a Young

Lady Weeping. An Ode in Imitation

of Cafimere,
Hymn to the Morning, in praise of Light,
Hymn to Darkness,
Human Lift, supposed to be spoken by an

Epicure. In Imitation of the Second

Chapter of the Wisdom of Solomon,
Againit Enjoyment,
The Curse of Babylon. Ifaiah, Chapter xiii,

paraphrased,
To Mr. Congreve. An. Epistolary Ode,

1693. Occasioned by the Old Bachelor,
The Insect; against Culk,
To his Friend Captain Chamberlain, in

Love with a Lady he had taken in an
Algerine Prize at Sea. In Allusion to

Horace Book U. Ode IV
To Mr. Watson, on his Ephemeris of the

Celestial Motions, presented to her Ma

jesty,
The Rape of Theutilla. Imitated from the

Latin of Famianus Scraria,
Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, 1693,
The Force of Jealousy. To a. Lady askiog

if her Sex was as fenable of that Paffion

as Man,
To his perjured Mistress,
Imitation of Horace, Book 1. Ode xii.
Patroclus's Request co Achilles for his Arnis.

Imitated from the Beginning of the 16th

Iliad of Homer,
On the Re-principg of Alilton's Frose

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small]

756

RSOP AT COURT : OR, SELECT FABLES. ib. Æsop to the King,

779 Fable I. The River and the Fountains,

ibi II. T'he Lion's Treaty of Partition,

111. The Blind Woman and her Doc-
757
tors,

ib.
IV. The Satyr's Address,
V. The Farmer and his Dog,

ibo ib, VI, The Fox and Bramble,

ib. VII, The Fox and Weazle. To the

late Honourable the Commission-
759
ers of the Prize-office,

788 VUI. An Owl and the Sun,

ib, İX. The Sea and the Banks,

X. The Nightingale and Cuckow, ib. 761 XI. The Sun and the Wind,

ib. ib. XII. The Boar and Forest,

78% XIII, The Fox and Flies,

ib. XIV. The Bear and Mountebank, 783 XV. The Peacock proclaimed King, ib. XVI. A Laconic condemacdo

iha

[blocks in formation]
« EdellinenJatka »