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The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson

339 On the same

343

To Mr. Edward Howard, on his incompar-

ib,

able, incomprehensible Poem, called "The The antiquated Coquet, a Satire upon a Lady

British Princes

341 of Ireland....

344

To the same, ou bis Plays.....

ib. Song to Chloris, from the Blind Archer ib.

To Sir Thomas St. Serfe, on the printing his Song.-Methinks the poor town bas been trou-

Play called Tarugo's Wiles, 1668.... ib. bled too long

345

Epilogue to Moliere's Tartuffe, translated by Song.-May the ambitious ever find

Mr. Medbourne

342 A French Song paraphrased

ib.

Epilogue on the Revival of Ben Jonson's Song.-Phillis, the fairest of Love's foes ib.

Play, called Every Man in his Humour ib. Soog.-Dorinda's sparkling wit and eyes....... ib.

Song, written at Sea, in the first Dutch War, Song.--Sylvia, methinks you are uofit

1665, the Night before an Engagement ib. Song.-Phillis, for shame, let us improve 346

On the Countess of Dorchester, Mistress to Song.-Corydon beneath a willow....... ib.
King James the Second, 1680

343

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The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson

349 | The Austrian Eagle.....

356

On the Marriage of George Prince of Den- The Nature of Dreams

ib.

mark, and the Lady Anne ......

351 | Verses imitated from the French of Mons.

To King James II. upon his Accession to the Maynard, to Cardinal Richelieu

ib.

Throne, 1684-5

352 Juvenal, Satire viii

ib,

On the University of Cambridge's burning the Horace, Book ji. Ode vii. imitated

360

Duke of Monmouth's Picture, 1685, who Horace Book iv. Ode ix...

361

was formerly their Chancellor

ib. Translation of the following Verse from Lu-
An Epistle to Charles Montague, Esq. after- can : Victrix causa Diis placuit, sed vic:a
wards Earl of Halifax, on his Majesty's Catoni .....

ib.
Voyage to Holland......
ib. To Mr. Edmund Smith

ib.

On the late horrid Conspiracy

354 | The Spell....

362

To the Earl of Carlisle, upon the Death of his Elegy upon the Death of Tibullus. From Ovid ib.
Son before Luxemburgh....

ib. To the Evening Star. Englished from a Greek
A Poem, dedicated to the blessed Memory of Idyllium

363
her late gracious Majesty Queen Mary 355

.......... 379

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VERSES IN IRAISE OF DRYDEX.

ib.

Criticism, I. 376 .....

ib.

ib.

ib.

Page

Page

VI. To the Dutchess of York, on her Re-

Upon the Death of Lord Hastings....... 497

turn from Scotland in the Year 1682. 591

Heroic Stanzas on the Death of Oliver Crom-

VII. A Letter to Sir George Etheredge 592

well, written after his Funeral

498 VIII. To Mr. Soutberne, on his Comedy

Astræa Redux: a Poem on the happy Resto-

called The Wives' Excuse

ib.
ration and Return of his sacred Majesty

IX. To Henry Higden, Esq. on his Trans-

Charles II. 1660

499

lation of the tenth Satire of Juve-

To bis sacred Majesty: Panegyric on his

nal

Coronation

... 502 X. To my dear Friend, Mr. Congreve, on

To the Lord Chancellor Hyde. Presented on

his Comedy, called The Double

New Year's Day, 1662

503

Dealer....

593

Satire on the Dutch. Written in the Year

XI. To Mr. Granville, on his excellent 'Tra-

1662......

504

gedy, called Heroic Love

To her royal Highness the Dutchess of York, XII. To my friend, Mr. Motteux, on his

on the memorable Victory gained by the

Tragedy, called Beauty in Distress 594

Doke over the Hollanders, Jane the 3d, XIII. To my honoured Kinsman, John Dry-

1665, and on her Journey afterwards into

den, of Chesterton, in the County of

the North.......

ib.

Huntingdon, Esq.

ib.

Dedication to Annus Mirabilis

505

XIV. To Sir Godfrey Kneller, principal

An Account of the Poem, in a Letter to the

Painter to his Majesty

596

Hon, Sir Robert Howard

ib.

Annus Mirabilis: the Year of Wonders, 1666.

An bistorical Poem...

508

An Essay upon Satire. By Mr. Dryden, and

I. To the Memory of Mr. Oldham 597

the Earl of Mulgrave.

Il. An Ode, to the pions Memory of

519

Absalom and Achitophel. Part I.

the accomplished young Lady Mrs.

........... 521

Part II.

529

Anne Killegrew, excellent in the

Key to Absalom and Achitophel

538

two Sister-Arts of. Poesy and Paint-

The Medal. A Satire against Sedition.......... 540

ing

ib.

Tarquin and Tallia.....

542

III. Upon the Death of the Earl of Dundee.

Translated from the Latin of Dr.

Saum Cuique .....

543

Pitcairn

Preface to Religio Laici : or, a Layman's

599

Faith.....

IV. Eleanora: a panegyrical Poem, dedi-

544

Religio Laici : an Epistle

cated to the Memory of the late

548

Countess of Abingdon

ib.

The Art of Poetry. In Four Cantos :

V. On the Death of Amyntas. A pasto-

Canto I.

551

II.

ral Elegy

603

553

JII.

VI. On the Death of a very young Gen-

554

IV.

tleman

558

004

VII. Upon young Mr. Rogers of Glouces-
Threnodia Augustalis : a frueral Pindaric

tershire

605
Poem sacred to the happy Memory of King

VIII. On the Death of Mr. Purcell. Set to

Charles II.

559

Music by Dr. Blow

ib.

Veni Creator Spiritus, paraphrased

IX. Epitaph on the Lady Whitmore ib.

The Soliloquy of a royal Exile

564

X. Epitaph on Sir Palmes Fairbone's

The Hind and the Panther: a Poem, in Three

Tomb iu Westminster Abbey

ib.

Parts :

XI. Under Mr. Milton's Picture, before his

Preface.........

564

Paradise Lost

ib.

Part I.

565

XII. On the Memory of a fair maiden

II.

569

Lady, who died at Bath, and was

III.

574

there interred

606

Britannia Rediviva : A Poem on the Prince,

XUI. Epitaph on Mrs. Margaret Paston, of

born on the tenth of June, 1688

584

Burning ham, in Norfolk

ib.

Mac-Flecknoe.

587

XIV. On the Monument of the Marquis of

Winchester....

ib.

XV. Epitaph upon the Earl of Rochester's

being dismissed from the Treasury,

1. To my honoured Friend Sir Robert

in 1687

ib.

Howard, on his excellent Poems ... 588

XVI. Epitaph intended for Dryden's Wife., ib.

II. To my honoured Friend Dr. Charleton,

XVII. Epigram on the Dutchess of Ports-

on his learned and useful Works,

mouth's Picture......

ib.

but more particularly bis Treatise

XVIII. Description of old Jacob Tonson ib.

of Stonehenge, by bini restored to

the true Founder

589

SONGS, ODES, AND A MASQUE.

III. To the Lady Castlemain, upon her

1. The Fair Stranger

607

encouraging his first Play..

590 II. On the young Statesmen .....

ib.

IV. To Mr. Lee, on his Alexander

ib. III. A Song for St. Cecilia's Day..... ib,
V. To the Earl of Roscommon, on his ex-

IV. T'he Tears of Amynta, for the Death

cellent Essay on translated Verse .. 591

of Damon. A Song

608

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ib.

ib.

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V. A Song.-Sylvia the fair in the bloom

King and Queen at their coining

of Gifteen.

608

to the House......

617

VI. The Lady's Song

XVI. An Epilogue for the King's House. ib.

VII. A Song.-Fair, sweet, and young, re-

XVII. Prologue to the Loyal Brother; or,

ceive a prize

ib.

the Persian Prince. (By Mr.

VIII. A Song.---High state and honours to

Southerne, 1682)...

618

others impart

609 XVIII. Epilogue to the saine

ib,

IX. Rondelay.-Chloe found Amyntas ly-

XIX. Prologue to the Duke of Guise,

ing

ib.

1683..

619

X. Song.--Go tell Amynta, gentle swain. ib. XX. Epilogue to the same ......

XI. A Song to a fair young Lady, going

XXI. Another Epilogue, intended to have

out of Town in the Spring...... jb.

been spoken to the Play, before

XII. Song, from Marriage à-la-Mode ib.

it was forbidden last Summer ... ib.

XII. Song, from Tyrannic Love

610 XXII. Prologue to the University of Ox-

XIV. Alexander's Feast: or, the Power of

ford, spoken by Mr. Hart at the

Music. An Ode in Honour of St.

acting of The Silent Woman 620

Cecilia's Day

ib. XXII. Epilogue spoken by the same ..... ib.

XV. The secular Masque.

611 XXIV. Epilogue, spoken at Oxford, by

XVI. Song of a Scholar and his Mistress,

Mrs. Marshall ....

ib.
who being crossed by their friends,

XXV. Prologue to the University of Ox-

fell mad for one another, and now

ford

621

first meet in Bedlam.

612 XXVI. Prologue to the University of Ox-

ford

ib.

XXVII, Epilogue to Constantine the Great.

PROLOGUES AND EPILOGUES.

(By Mr. N. Lee, 1683)

ib.

1. Prologue, spoken the first Day of the XXVIII. Prologue to the Disappointment ;

King's House acting after the Fire., 613

or the Mother in Fashion. (By

II. Prologue, spoken at the Opening of the

Mr. Southerne, 1684.)........ ... 622

new House, March 26, 1674

ib XX X. Prologue to the King and Queen,

III. Epilogue on the same Occasion ib.

upon the Union of the two Com-

IV. Prologue to the University of Oxford,

panies in 1686.....

ib.

1674

614 XXX. Epilogue on the same Occasion... 623

V. Prologue to Circe. By Dr. Davenant,

XXXI. Prologue to the Princess of Cleves.
1675

(By Mr. N. Lee, 1689.)

ib.

VI. Epilogue intended to have been spoken XXXII. Epilogue to the same

624

by the Lady Hen. Mar. Wentworth, XXXIII. Prologue to the Widow Ranter.

when Calisto was acted at Court ... ib.

(By Mrs. Behn, 1690.).

ib.

VII. Epilogue to the Man of Mode, or Sir XXXIV. Prologue to Arviragus and Phi-

Fopling Flutter. By Sir George

licia revived. (By Lodowick

Etheredge, 1676

615

Carlell, Esq.)

ib.

VIII. Epilogue to Mithridates, King of Pon- XXXV. Prologue to the Prophetess. By

tus. (By Mr. N. Lee, 1678) ib.

Beaumont and Fletcher. Re-

IX. Prologue to Cæsar Borgia. (By Mr.

vived by Mr. Dryden .... ib.

N. Lee, 1680)

ib, XXXVI. Prologue to the Mistakes

625

X. Prologue to Sophoni-ba, at Oxford, XXXVII. Epilogue to Henry the Second,

1680

616

(By Mrs. Mountfort, 1693.) ... ib.

XI. Prologue.- If yet there be a few that XXXVIII. A Prologue.-Gallants, a bashful

take delight

ib.

poet bids me say

626

XIL Epilogue to a Tragedy called Tamer- XXXIX. Prologue to Albumazar

ib.
lane. (By Mr. Saunders)

ib. XL. An Epilogue.--You saw our wise
XIII. Prologue to the University of Oxford,

was chaste though throughly
1681

ib.
tried

ib.

XIV. Prologue to his Royal Highness, upon

XLI. Prologue to the Husband his own

his first appearance at the Duke's

Cuckoid

627

Theatre, after his Return from Scot-

XLII. Prologue to the Pilgrim. Revived

laod, 1682

617

for our Author's Benefit, anno

XV. Prologue to the Earl of Essex. (by

1700.

ib.

Mr. J. Banks, 1652.) Spoken to the

XLIII. Epilogue to the same.......

ib.

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