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520 | To the Queen on the same, being the Preface

Falshood

before the English Verses sent from Ox-

Beauty and Denial

521 ford

531

Women

ib. To Mrs. Duppa, sent with the Picture of the

To Cupid........

ib. Bishop of Chichester (her Husband) in a

To Venus.....

ib. small piece of Glass

...... 532

A Sigh sent to his absent Love

ib. To the King on the Birth of the Princess Eli-

Sadness

522 zabethi, March 17, 1636

ib.

Corinna's Tomb

ib. Upon the dramatic Poems of Mr. John Fletcher ib.

To the Memory of a shipwrackt Virgin ib. | Another on the same

534

To a Painter's handsome Daughter

523 To the right reverend Father in God, Brian,

Lesbia on her Sparrow

ib. Lord Bishop of Chichester

535

The Gnat..

ib. A new Year's Gift

536

Love Teares......

ib. A new Year's Gift to a noble Lord, 1640 537

At a dry Dinner .........

ib. A new Year's Gift to Brian, Lord Bishop of

A Bill of Fare

ib. Sarum, upon the Author's entering into holy

The Chambermaid's Posset

524 Orders, 1638

ib.

On a Gentlewomau's silk Hood

ib. To the Queen after her dangerous Delivery,

A Dream broke

525 1638.....

538

Love's Darts

ib. Upon the Birth of the King's sixth Child,

Parthenia for her slain Argalus......

526 1640...

ib.

Ariadne deserted by Theseus, as she sits upon Upon the Marriage of the Lady Mary to the
a Rock in the Island Naxos, thus com Prince of Aurange bis Son, 1641

539
plains

ib. To the Chancellor of the University of Oxford,

No drawing of Valentines

527 then vewly chosen, 1641

ib.

To Lydia, whom Men observed to make too On the Lady Newburgh, who died of the

much of me......

ib. Small-Pox

540

To Chloe, who wished herself young enough On Mrs. Abigall Long, who died of two Im-

for me .........

ib. postuines

ib.

A Valediction

528 An Epitaph on Mr. Poultney....

541

No Plabnique Love

ib. To the Memory of the most virtuous Mrs.

Love but one

ib. Ursula Sadleir, who died of a Fever........ ib.

Absence

ib. On the Queen's Return from the Low Coun-

Consideration

ib.

tries

542

Upon the Translation of Chaucer's Troilus and Upon the Death of the right valiant Sir Bevill
Creseide, by Sir Francis Kynaston..... 529 Grenvill, Knight

ib.
A Translation of Hugo Grotius's Elegy on On a virtuous young Gentlewoman, that died
Armenius......
ib. suddenly ...

543

Martial, Lib. i. Epig. Ixvii. Ad Furem de Libro On the Death of the most virtuous Gentle-

suo

ib. woman Mrs. Ashford, who died in Child-

Martial, Lib. vii. Epig. lix. Ad Jovem Capito-

bed

ib.

liuuin

530 | On the Death of the right honourable the Lord

In Pompeios Juvenes .........

ib. Bayning

544

Si memini fuerunt

ib. On the Death of the most hopeful the Lord

Martial, Lib. x. Ep. v. In maledicum Poetam. ib. Stafford, 1640

ib.

Mart al, Lib. ii. Ep. xix. In Lupum ib. To the Memory of the most worthy Sir Henry

Horat. Carm. Lib. iv. Ode xiii. Audivere Spelman

545

Lyce

ib. To the Memory of Ben Jonson, Laureat ib.

To Mr. Thomas Killegrew, on his two Plays,

On the Nativity

547

the Prisoners, and Claracilla

531 | On the Circumcision

ib,

On the Birth of the King's fourth Child, On the Epiphany

548

1636..
ib. Confession.....

ib.

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Mar. 29. Come see the place where the An Apology for the preceeding Hymn as
Lord lay ......

557 having been writ when the Author was

To Pontius wasbing his Hands
ib. yet a Protestant ........

569

To the infant Martyrs
ib. On a Treatise of Charity

ib,

On the Miracle of Loves

ib. On the glorious Assumption of the blessed

Mark 4. Why are ye afraid, O ye of little Virgin ....

570

faith?

An Hymn on the Circumcision of our Lord... ib.

On the blessed Virgin's Bashfulness ib. On Hope, by way of Question and Answer,

Upon Lazarus his Tears

ib, between A. Cowley and R. Crashaw 571

Two went up into the Temple to pray ib,

ib.

Upon the Ass that bore our Saviour

THE DELIGHTS OF THE MUSES.

Matt. 8. I am not worthy that thou should'st Musick's Ducl .....

572

come under my Roof.
558 | Upon the Death of a Gentleman

573

Upon the Powder Day
ib. Upon the Death of Mr. Herrys

ib.

I am the Door

ib. Upon the Death of the most desired Mr. Herrys ib.

Matt. 10. The Blind cured by the Word of His Epitaph.....

574

our Saviour.

ib. An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife, who died

Matt. 27. And he answered them Nothing. ib. and were buried together

575

To our Lord upon the Water inade Wine.. ib. An Epitaph upon Dr. Brook

ib.
Matt. 22. Neither durst any Man from that Upon Mr. Staninough's Death

ib.
Day ask him any more Questions......... ib. Upon the Duke of York's Birth. A Panegyrick ib.

Upon our Saviour's Tomb, wherein never Upon Pord's two Tragedies, Love's Sacrifice

Man was laid
ib, aud the Broken Heart......

576

It is better to go into Heaven with one On a foul Morning, being then to take a Journey ib.

Eye &c.

ib. Upon the fair Ethiopian sent to a Gentlewoman 577

Luke 11. Blessed be the Paps which thou On Marriage

ib.
hast sucked
ib. To the Morning, Satisfaction for Sleep

ib.

Luke 11. Upon the dumb Devil cast out and Love's Horoscope..

ib.

the slanderous Jews put to Silence ib. Out of Virgil. In Praise of the Spring 578

Luke 10. And a certain Priest coming that With a Picture sent to a Friend

ib.
way looked on him and passed on. ib. | In Praise of Lessius his Rule of Health ib.

To Pontius washing his bloodstained Hands ib. The Beginning of Heliodorus......

ib.

Matt. 23. Ye build the Sepulchres of the Out of the Greek. Cupid's Crier

579

Prophets

559 High mounted on an ant, Naous the tall ib.

Upon the infant Martyrs

ib. | Upon Ven's putting on Mars his Arms....... ib.
John 16. Verily I say unto you, ye shall Upon the same

ib,
weep and lament.....

ib. Upon Bishop Andrews bis Picture before his

John 15. Upon our Lord's last comfortable

Sermons

ib.

Discourse with his Disciples
ib. Out of Martial

580

Luke 16. Dives asking a Drop
jb. Out of Italian. A Song..

ib.
Mark 12. Give to Cæsar - and to God ib. Out of the Italian

ib.
But now they have seen and hated
ib. Another

ib.
Upon the Crown of Thorns taken from our On the Frontispiece of Isaacson's Chronology
blessed Lord's Head all bloody
ib. explained........

ib,

She began to wash his Feet with Tears, and An Epitaph on Mr. Ashton, a conformable

wipe them with the Hairs of her Head... ib. Citizen .....

581

On St. Peter's cutting off Malchus his Ear. ib. Out of Catnllus

ib,

Joba 3. But men loved Darkness rather than Wishes, to his (supposed) Mistress

ib,

Light

ib. In Picturam reverendissimi Episcopi D. Andrews, 582

Act 21. I am ready not only to be bound, Epitaphium in Dominum Herrisium ......... 583

but to dye

ib. Principi recens natæ Omen maternæ indolis.. ib.

On St. Peter casting away his Net at our In serenissimae Reginæ Partum hyemalem ib.

Saviour's Call
ib. Ad Reginam....

584

Our Lord in his Circumcision to his father. ib. In Faciem Augustiss. Regis a Morbillis integram ib.

On the Wounds of our crucified Lord . 560 Rex Redux

ib.

On our crucified Lord naked and bloody. ib. | Ad Principem nondum natum

ib.

Easter Day

ib,

On the bleeding Wounds of our crucified

CARMEN DEO NOSTRO TE DECET HYMNUS, SACRED POEMS.

Lurd..
ib. Anagram on Crashaw

585

Sampson to his Dalilah

ib. To the noblest and best of Ladies, the Coun-
Psalm 23...
ib. tess of Denbigh

ib.
Psalm 137

561 To the Name above every Name, the Name
Quem vidistis Pastores, &c. A Hymn of the of Jesus, a Hymn........

ib.
Nativity sung by the Shepherds..... ib. On the glorious Epiphany of our Lord God, a

Suspetto d'Herode, Libro Primo

562 Hynin sung as by the three Kings.... 587

On a Prayer Book sent to Mrs. M. R. 566 To the Queen's Majesty on Twelfth-day 589

On Mr. G. Herbert's Book, entitled, the Tem The Office of the holy Cross.

ple of sacred Poems, sent to a Gentle-

For the Hour of Matias

590

woman
567 For the Hour of Prime

ib.

POEMS OF SIR EDWARD SHERBUR NE.

608

The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers..... 603 | The happy Life. To Julius Martialis. Mart.

Dedication

L. 10. Epig. 47.

622

Epitaphium Glaucæ. Mart. L. 6. Epig. 28.... 625

'To Sextus. Mart. L. 2. Epig. 3.

ib.

Salmacis. By Signeur Girolamo Preti. Out of To Maximus. Mart. L. 7. Epig. 72.......... ib.

Italian

610 | To Stella. Mart. L. 7. Epig. 35......

ib,

The Metamorphoses of Lyrian and Silvia. By To Parthenopæus. Mart. L. 11. Epig. 87...... ib.

St. Amant. Out of French.......

613 To Philæpus. Mart. L. 11. Epig. 102... ib.

Forsaken Lydia. Out of the Italian of Cavalier The Choice of his Mistress. Mart. Epig..... , ib.

Marino......

615 To Sextus, Mart. L. 2. Epig. 55.

ib.

The Rape of Helen. Out of the Greek of Colu On Baucis, an old drucken Crone. Autholog.

thus

617 Græc.

ib.

To Ligurinus. Horat. Carm. 1. 4. Od. 10. para On Captain Ansa, a bragging Runaway. Casi-

phrastice ...

620

mire

ib.

The Penitent Murderer. Theocrit. Idyl. 31.... ib. To Fuscus. Mart. L. 1. Epigr. 55.

ib.
The Shepherd. Theocrit. Idyl. 21.....

ib. On Marcus Apton. Primus bis Picture. Mart.
On the Picture of Icarus in Wax. Marino.... 621 L. 10. Epig. 32.

624
On a marble Statue of Nero, wbich falling, Horat.

ib.

killed a Child. Marino........

ib. Ad Puellam Edentulam, Mart. L. 2. Fpig. 41. ib.

On Paula. Mart. L. 9. Epigr. 5.

ib. Epitaph on an old drunkeu Crone. Ex Anti-
On an ili Husband and Wife. Mart. L.8. Epig 34. ib. ptr. Sidon

ib.
On Candidus, a ich Miser. Mart. L 3. Epigr. 26. ib On Brvinus, a notorious Drunkard. Scaliger. ib.
On Bassus, a pitifu: Poet. Mait. L.5. Epigr. 55. iv. 19 por Cordrus, who though blind was yet
On a Boy killed by the Fail of an Icicle. in Love. Mart. L. 3. Epig. 15......

ib.

Mait. L. 4 Epigr. 18.....

ib. Amphion, or a City well ordered

ib.

On Pbilomuse, a needy Newsmonger. Mart.

L. 9. Epigr. 35.

ib.

ORIGINALS.

On Aulus, a Poet Hater. Mart. L. 8. Epigr.63. ib. The Sun-rise

625

On Lentious, being troubled with an Ague. The Night, or the fair Mourner .....

626
Mart. L. 12 Epigr. 17.
ib. I Sospiri: Sighs

ib.
To Priscus. Mart. L. 8. Epigr. 11. ............ ib. The Surprise

ib.

On Phæbus, that wore cather Caps. Mart. Chloris' Eyes and Breasts

627

L. 11. Epigr. 57...........

ib. Love's Arithmetic

On Horace, a poor Pellow. Mart. L. 4. Epigr. 2. 622 Celia's weeping, a Dialogue
On a Swallow torn in Pieces by her Fellows. The Vow

ib.

Mart. L. 5. Epig. 67...

ib. Ice and Fire

628

To Apollo pursuing Daphne, Auson........ ib. Novo Inamoramento

ib.

De Erotio Puella. Mart. L. 5. Epigr. 38....... ib. Celia's Eyes. A Dialogue

ib.

On Mancinus, a prating Braggart. Mart. L. 4. The Resemblance

ib.

Epig. 61.

ib. | Love once, love ever

ib.

On Caius, one of large Promises, but small The Pendants

ib.

Performances. Mart. L. 10. Epigr. 16...... ib. | The Sweetmeat

ib.

To Posthumus, an ill Liver. Mart. L.5. Epig. 58. ib. Violets in Thaumantia's Bosom..

ib.

To Thelesinus. Mart. L. 3. Epig. 40...

ib. The Dream

ib.

Ou Cinna, a bold Suitor. Mart. L. 3. Epig. 60. ib. An old Shepherd to a young Nymph

629

ib.

ib.

SACRA,

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers....... 637 The Answer

653

To the honourable Sir J. Robinson....... 639 The Leveller's Rant, written in 1648

ib.

To the Reader........

642 The new Courtier, written in 1648

654

The Safety, written in 1648

ib.

COMMENDATORY VERSES.

The Companion

ib.

To my ingenious Friend Mr. Brome. An hum Copernicus ...

655

ble Eclogue, by Iz. Walton

643 The Painter's Entertainment....

ib.

The Cure of Care

656

SONGS.

The Independent's Resolve, written in 1648... ib.

Plain dealing

645 On Canary

ib.

The ladifferent
ib. The Leveller

657

The Resolve...

646 The Royalist's Answer

ib.

The wary Wooer..

ib. The safe Estate

658

The Council..

ib. Song.-Th’ astrologers

ib.

To his Mistress

ib. The Politician, written in 1649

659

To his Mistress

647 The Prisoners, written when 0. C. attempted

The hard Heart

ib. to be King

ib.

Love's Anarchy

ib. Satisfaction

660

The Contrary

ib. The Club.

ib.

To his Mistress

648 The Prodigal

ib.

To his friend that had vowed Small-Beer. "ib. | The Anti-Politician....

ib.

On Claret......

ib. | The new Gentry

661

A mock Song

ib. The chearful Heart

ib.

Reasons of Love

ib. 7'be Answer to the Curse against Ale

662

Epithalamy

649 | The Reformation

ib.

Love's without Reason

ib. For the General's Entertainment

663

Courtship........

ib. On Sir G. B. his Defeat ...........

ib.

The Attempt

650 Against corrupted Sack..

............. 664

Translated out of French

ib. The Lamentation, written in 1648

ib.

To a painted Lady...

ib. The Riddle, written in 1644

ib.

To a coy Lady

ib. On the King's Return......

665

The Recovery

ib. A Catch

ib.

Advice to Celia

651 For General Monk, his Entertainment at

Cloth-Worker's Hall

ib.

POLITICAL SONGS.

The Advice ....................

ib.

The Royalist, written in 1646
The Commoners, written in 1645

ib.

The Pastoral, on the King's Death, written in The Satire of Money

666

1643

652 | A new Diurnal...

667

A mock Song

ib. On the demolishing the Forts

669

The Trooper

ib. The Clown

ib.

The good Pellow.

ib. On a Butcher's Dog, that bit a Commander's

The mock Song, by T.J.

653

Mare, that stood to be Knight of a Shire... 671

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The new Knight Errant ..........

671 | To a Gentleman who fell sick of the Small

The new Mountebank.....

672 Pox, when he should be married ... 685

The Saint's Encouragement, written in 1643.. ib. To his Friend Mr. J. B. being at London in

Written in 1648 .....

673 the Author's Retirement

686

The Scot's Coranto, written in 1645

674 An Elegy on a Lady that died before her in-

A new Ballad .....

ib. tended Nuptials

ib.

'The holy Pedlar

ib. On the great Crier at Westminster Hall ib.

A'serious-Ballad, written in 1645

675 To the Memory of that loyal Patriot, Sir J.

An Ode, written in 1643............
ib. Condel, Kt.

ib.

Palínode

676 | A Dialogue

687

To his Mistress lodging in a Room where the

Sky was painted

ib.

To C. C. Esq.

ib. A new Year's Gift

ib.

The Answer

677 Upon his Mare stolen by a Trooper

ib.

To bis University Priend

ib. Upon riding on a tried Horse ...

ib.

The Answer

678 To his Friend J. B.

688

An Epistle froin a Friend to the Author, up To his Mistress

ib.

braidiug him with his writing Songs. ib. On the Turn-coat Clergy.

ib:

The Answer....

679 | A Satire on the Rebellion

689

To a Lady desiring the Copy of a Song ib. To his reverend Friend, Dr. S. on his pious

To his Friend C. S. Esquire

680 and learned Book

ib.

To C. S. Esquire.

ib. On the Loss of a Garrison. Meditation

'To C. S. Esquire

ib. ! Upon the King's Imprisonment.

ib.

To C. S. Esquire..

....... 681 On the Death of King Charles

ib.

To his Friend W. C.

682 On the King's Deatb ...

691

To his friend J. B. upon his Tragedy
ib. A funeral Elegy on Mr. Aubrey.....

ib,
To a potting Priest, upon a Quarrel, 1643 ib. On the Death of that reverend and learned
To his Friend Mr. W. H. upon the Death of Divine, Mr. Josias Shute

693

bis Hawk

683 To the Memory of Dr. Hearn, who died Sep-

To his School Master, Mr. W. H. opon bis tember 15, 1644.

ib.

Poem, called, Conscientiæ Accusatricis Hy An Elegy on the Death of his School Master,

potyposis ....

ib. Mr. W. H.

699

To his friend T.S.

ib. An Epitaph

ib.

An Epistle to the meritoriously honourable An Epitaph on Mrs. G.

694

Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench 684 A Paraphrase on the first Chapter of Ecclesi-
A new Year's Gift, presented to the same ib.

astes.......

ib.
To bis Friend R. H. Esq.

ib. A Speech made to the Lord General Monk, at

To his Friend J. H....

685 Cloth-Worker's Hall

695

690

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