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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers......... 175

RECOMMENDATORY POEMS.

PROLOGUES, EPILOGUES, AND SONGS TO SEVERAL PLATES,

To the worshipful, the worthily honoured, The Prologue to the Mad Lover

192

Robert Parkhurst, Esq by L. B.

179 Epilogue

ib.

To the true Patronesse of all Poetry, Caliope. First Song to the Mad Lover

ib,

By F. B.

ib. Second Song to the Mad Lover.

193

In Laudem Authoris. By W. B.
ib. | Third Song to the Mad Lover

ib,
To the Author By F. B.
ib. Prologue to the Spanish Curate

ib.
To the Author. By J. F.

ib. Epilogue

The Author to the Reader...

180 Prologue to the French Lawyer..................

ib.

To Mr. Francis Beaumont, (then living). By Epilogue

194

Ben Jonson

ib. First Song to the Play, called, The Little

Upon M. Fletcher's incomparable Plaies

ib. French Lawyer, called an Epithalamine

To the Memory of the incomparable Paire of Song at the Wedding

ib.

Authors, Beaumont and Fletcher

ib. Second Song to the Little French Lawyer,

On the happy Collection of Beaumont's and called, Soog in the Wood

.
Fletcher's Works. By I. Berkenhead ...... 181 Prologue to the Play, called, The Custom of

the Country....

ib.

Elegy on the Lady Markham

183 Epilogue

An Elegy...
ib. Another Prologue to the same Play

ib,

A Charme

184 Epilogue

ib,

On the Marriage of a beauteous young Gen Prologue to tbe Play, called, The Noble Gen-

tlewoman with an ancient Man

ib. tleman

ib.

-The Glance

ib. Epilogue

195

A Sonnet

ib. Prologue to the Play, called, The Captaine... ib.

True Beauty

185 Epilogue

ils,

The Indifferent

ib. First Song to the Play, called, The Captaine.. io.

Love's Freedomne..............

ib. The second Song....

On the Life of Man

ib. Song to the Play, called, The Begger's Bush.. i!.

- An Epitaph.-Here she lies whose spotless Prologue to the Play, called, The Coxcombe.. in.

fame....

186 Epilogue

190

A Sonnet.--Like a ring without a finger ib. Prologue to the Tragedy, called, The False One. ib.

A Description of Love

ib. Epilogue

il).

The Shepherdesse

187 | First Song to The False One, a Tragedy ib.

A funeral Elogie on the Death of the Lady The second Song

ib.

Penelope Clifton ....

ib. / The third Song

ib.

The Examination of his Mistris's Perfections. ib. The fourth Song

ib.

To the mutable Faire...... ........

188 Prologue to the Play, called, The Chances 197

Of loving at first Sight

ib. Epilogue

ib.

-The Antiplatonic...

ib. Prologue to the Play, called, The Loyal Subject. ih.

Song.–Say, lovely dreame, where couldst Epilogue

ib.

thou find

189 First Song to the Play, called, The loyal Sub-

Song.--Behold the brand of beauty tost ib. ject

ib.

An Elegy.-Heaven knows my love to thee, Second Song

ib.

fed on desire

ib. Third Song

ib.

Upon Mr. Charles Beaumont, who died of a Prologue to the Play, called, The Lover's Pro-

Consumption

ib.

gresse

ib.

Fie on Love .....

190 | Epilogue

198

Song.-Go and catch a falling star

ib. First Song to The Lover's Progresse

io.

Secresie protested

ib. Second Sung

ib.

Eternity of Love protested..

ib. Songs to the Play, called, The Maid in the

Tbe willing Prisoner to his Mistris..

ib. Mill.

A Maske of the Gentlemen of Graies Inne aud

First Song

ib.

the Inner Temple ......

ib.

Second Song

ib.

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers......... 225 To my truly beloved Friend, on his Pastorals.

Dedication to Edward Lord Zouch

229

By Ben Jonson

255

To the Reader.......

230

BRITANNIA'S PASTORALS.

RECOMMENDATORY POEMS.

Book I. Song I.

237

In Bucolica G. Brovn

231

II.

243

Ad Amoris Numipa. By I. Selden

ib.

III.

By the same

ib.

IV.

255

To his Friend the Author. By Michael Dray-

V.

........ 261

ton

231

Book II. Song I. To the Earle of Pembrooke. 269

II.

To his ingenious and worthy Friend the Author. 232

277

On bim, a pastorall Ode to his fairest Shep-

III.

herrlesse. By Edward Heyward
ib.

29+

To his Friend the Author, upon bis Poem. By

V.

301

Christopher Brooke

ib.

THE SHEPHERD'S PIPE.

Anagrama. By Fr. Dynpe.......

ib.

309

To bis Friend the Author. By Tho. Gardiner. ib. Dedication to Edward Lord Zouch
To the Author, By W. Ferrar

233
Of bis Friend, by E. Johnson.......

ib.
To the Author. By Fr. Oulde

ib.

To bis better beloved than known Friend, by
To the most ingenious Author. By. John Glan-

John Only

io.
vill ...

The Shepherd's Pipe.
To his friend. By Tbo. Wenman..!

ib.
Eclogue I.

ib.

II.

To his worthily-affected Friend. By W. Her-

316

bert ...

111.

917

Another to the same. By W. Herbert

IV.

319

To the vertuous and much lamenuing Sisters

To my Browne, yet brightest Swaine. By I.

Davies

ib.

of my ever-aclmired Friend, Master Thomas

Ad illustrissimum Juvenem Gulielmum Browne,

Manwood,..

320

Carmen gratulatorium. By C. Croke 234

V.

ib.

VI.

To my noble Friend the Author. By Unton

Croke

ib.

VII.

S23

To the Author. By Anth. Vincent

ib. Eclogues, by Master Brooke and Master Da-
To his worthy Friend, on his Book. By John vies, on the Publication of the Shepherd's
Morgan

ib. Pipe.
To his Friend the Author. By Augustus Cæsar. ib. Cutty and Willie ........

.................... 394

To the author. By G. Wither.

ib. Thirsis and Alexis

............ 525

ib.

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Upon Castara's Absence.

451 To the right honourable the Lord P. ......... 462

To Castara, complaining her Absence in the His Muse speaks to him......

ib.

Country

ib. 'To vaine Hope..........

ib.

To Thames

ib. To Castara, how happy, though in an ob-

To the right honourable the Earle of Shrewes. ib. scure Fortune

463

To Cupid, wishing a speedy Passage to Cas On the Death of the right hon. George Earle

tara

452 of S..

ib.

To Castara, of Love

ib. To my worthy Cousin, M. .C. in Praise

To the Spring, upon the Uncertainty of Cas-

of the city Life, in the long Vacation

tara's Abode

ib. Love's Anniversarie. To the Sunne

464

To Reason, upon Castara's Absence

ib. Against them who lay Unchastity to the

Answer to Castara's Question

ib. Sex of Women

ib.

To Castara, upon the disguising bis Affec To the right honourable and excellently

tions.......

ib. learged Williain Earle of St.....

To the honourable my honoured Kinsman, To Castara, upon an Embrace

ib.

Mr. GT.

453 To the honourable G. T.

ib.

Eccbo to Narcissus. In Praise of Castara's To Castara, the Reward of innocent Love... 465

discreete Love.....

To my noble Friend Sir J. P. Knight

ib.

To Castara, being debarr'd her Presence .. ib. To the right honourable Archibald, Earle

To Sey mors, the House in which Castara

of Ar.

ib.

lived...

ib. An Elegy upon the honourable Henry Cam-

To the Dew, in Hope to see Castara walking. ib. bell, Sonne to the Earle of Ar.

466

To Castara

454 To Castara ......

ib.

To Castara, ventring to walk too farre in the To Castara, of what we were before our
neighbouring Wood
ib. Creation

ib.

Upou Castara's Departure

ib. To the Moment last past

467

A Dialogue between Night and Araphil ib. To Castara, on the Knowledge of Love...... ib.

To the right honourable the Lady E. P. ib. To the right honourable the Countesse of

To Castara, departing upon the Approach of

C....

ib.

Night

455 The Harmony of Love

ib.

An Apparition.

ib To my honoured Friend, Sir Ed. P. Knight. ib.

To the right honourable Mr. Wm. E.

ib. To Castara

468

To Castara. The Vanity of Avarice

ib. To Castara, on true Delight

ib.

To my honoured Friend and Kinsman R. H. To Castara, what Lovers will say when she

Esquire

456 and he are dead

469

To the World The Perfection of Love ib. To his Muse

ib.

To the Winter...

ib. A Friend

ib.

Upon a Visit to Castara in the Night 457 The Funerals of the bonourable my best

To Casi ara, of the Chastity of his Love... ib. Friend and Kinsman, George Talbot,

The Description of Castara

ib. Esquire

470

Second Part. A Wife

ib. Third Part. A holy Man .

472

To Castara, now possest of her in Mar-

Domine Labia mea aperies

473

riage...............

458 Versa est in Luctum Cythara mea

ib.

To Castara, upon the mutual Love of their Perdam Sapientiam sapientum. To the right

Majesties.

ib. hon. the Lord Windsor

474

To Zepbiros.......

ib. Paucitatem Dierum meorum nuncia mihi.. ib.

To Castara in a Trance

ib. Non nobis Domine

475

To Death, Castara being sicke

ib. Solum mihi superest Sepulchrum .

ib.

To Castara, inviting her to sleepe..... 459 Et fugit velut Umbra. To the right honour-
Upon Castara's Recoverie
ib. able the Lord Kintyre

ib.

To a Friend inviting him to a Meeting upon

Nox Nocti indicat Scientiam ......,

476

Promise

ib. Et alta a longe cognoscit

ib,

To Castara, where true Happiness abides... ib. Universam Statum ejus versasti in Infirma-

To Castara

ib. tate ejus

477

To Castara, upon the Death of a Lady 460 Laudate Dominum de Cælis ..

ib.
To Castara, being to take a Journey. ib. Qui quasi Flos aggreditur. To the right ho.
To Castara, weeping
ib. nourable the Lady Cat. T.

ib,

To Castara, upon a Sigh..

jb. Quid gloriaris in Malicia?

478

To the right honourable Lady P.

ib. Deos, Deus meus

ib,

To Castara, against Opinion

461 Quoniam ego in Flagella paratus sum

ib.

To Castara, upon Beauty

ib. Militia est Vita Hominis. To Sir Hen. Per. 479

To Castara, meloncholly
ib. Vias tuas Domine demonstra mihi

jb.

A Dialogue betweene Arapbil and Castara, ib. Et exaltavit Humiles

480

To the right honourable Lord M.

ib. Dominus dominantium

ib.

To a Tombe......

462 Cogitabo pro Peccato meo...

481

To Castara, upon Thought of Age and Recogitabo tibi omnes Annos meos

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Death

ib. Cupio dissolvi.

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers.......... 485 | Love turned to Hatred

501

Sir John Suckling's Campaigne ...

489 | The careless Lover

On new Year's Day, 1640. To the King...... 491 Love and Debt alike troublesome

502

Loving and beloved

ib. Song.- prythee send me back my heart

A Sessions of the Poets

ib. To a Lady that forbad to love before Company. ib.

Love's World

492 The guiltless Joconstant........

ib.

Song.– Why so pale and wan, fond love? 493 | Love's Representation.....

503

Sonnet I. Do'st see how unregarded cow ...... ib. Song.-The crafty boy that had full oft essay'd ib.

II. Of thee (kind boy) I ask no red Upon the black Spots worn by my Lady D. E. ib.

and white.......

ib. Song.- If you refufe me once, and think again ib.

III. Oh! for some honest lover's ghost... 494 Proffered Love rejected

504

To bis much honoured the Lord Lepington, Disdain

upon his translation of Malvezzi his Romulus Perjury excused

and Tarquin......

ib. A Song.--Hast thou seen the down in the air. 505

Against Fruition.

ib. Upon the fist sight of my Lady Seimour. ib.

There never yet was woman made
ib. Upon L M. weeping

ib.

Song.–No, no, fair

heretic, it needs must be. 495 Non est mortale quod opto. Upon Mrs. A. L. ib.

To my friend Will Davenant, upon bis Poem His Dream

ib.

of Madagascar

ib. Upon A M..

ib.

To my friend Will Davenant

ib. The Metamorphosis.

506

Love, Reason, Hate, didnce bespeak
ib.To B. C.

ib.
Song.-1 pry’thee, spare me, gentle boy ib. Upon Sir John Lawrence's bringing Water over
Upon my Lady Carlile's walking in Hampton the Hills to my Lord Middlesex's House at
Court Garden. Dialogue. T.C. I. S......... ib. Witten

ib.

To Mr. Davenaut for Absence

496 | A Barber

ib.

A Supplement of an imperfect Copy of Verses

ib.

of Mr. William Shakespeare's

ib. To my Lady E. C. at her going out of Eng-

since I sate down before..

497 land

ib.

Upon my Lord Brohall's Wedding.

ib. An Auswer to some Verses made in his Praise ib.

Whether these lines do find you out

ib. Love's Burning-glass

507

A Ballad upon a Wedding

498 | The Miracle.....

ib.

My dearest rival, since our love

499 Translatiou from the Greek ..... ........ ib.

Song.--Hopest lover whosoever

ib. Soug.- When, dearest, I but think of thee ib.

Upon two Sisters

500 The Expostulation

ib.

To his Rival.......

ib. Detraction execrated

ib.

Farewell to Love

ib Song.-Unjust decrees that do at once exact. 508

The Invocation

501 A Prologue of the Author's to a Masque at

Sir J.S..

ib. Witten ....

ib.

Sir Toby Mathews .....

ib.

'Tis now,

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