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WORKS OF DRUMMOND.

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Page The Author's Life,

, 621 Lilla's Prayer,

Armeline's Epitaph,
BECOMMENDATORY POEMS.

Epitaph,
De Gulielmo Drummondo. By Arthur John-

A Translation, ston,

627 Epitaph, To William Drummond. By John Spotf

A Jeft, wood,

ib. Proteus of Marble, Damon : or, a Pastoral Elegy, on the death Pamphilus,

of his Honoured Friend, William Drum- Apelles enamour'd of Campalpe, Alexanmond of Hawthornden. By G. Lauder, ib.

der's Mistress, On the Report of the Death of the Author.

Campaspe, By Sir Will. Alexander,

630 Cornucopia,

Love suffers no Parofal, Upon the incomparable Poems of Mr. Wil

liam Drummond, by Edw. Phillips, ib. Unpleasant Music, Elegy wrote in Hawthornden's Cloiet. By Sleeping Beauty,

ib.

Alcon's Kiss,
Sir George Mackenzie,
To the Memory of William Drumm nd of

The Statue of Venus Sleeping,

Laura to Petrarch, Hawthorndep. By David Crawford of

ib.

The Rose, Drumsoy,

ib.

A Lover's Prayer,
Another. By the same Hand,
Upon Hawthornden's Muse. By the fame, 631

lola's Epitaph, Parthenius, on his Sonnets,

ib. To the Trojan Horse, Alexis, on the Madrigals,

ib. For Dorus, Chlorus,

ib. Love Vagabonding, Moeris,

ib. To a River, Upon the Tears on che Death of Mæliades,

Phræne,

Kisses deüred,
POEMS.,

Desired Duath,
Part 1.-Containing Sonnets, Madigrals,

Phæbe,
Songs, &c.
Part II.

643 The Cruelty of Rora,
Urania, or Spiritual Poems,
Tears on the Death of Mæliades,

649 Kala's Complaint,

Phyllis,
MADRIGALS AND EPIGRAMS.

A with,
The Statue of Medusa,

651 Nisa, The Portrait of Mars and V'enus,

ib. A Lover's Heaven, Narcissus,

ib. Epitaph, Dametas's Dream,

ib. Beauty's Idea, Cherries,

ib. Lalus's Death, Icarus,

ib. To Thaumantia Singing, On his Lady beholding herself in a Marble, ib. Upon a Glais, To Sleep,

652 Of a Bee, I A pleasant Deceit,

ib. Of that same, The Cannon,

ib. Of a Kiss, Thais Metamorphosis,

ib. Idmon to Venus, The Quality of a Kiss,

ib. A Lover's Plaint, His Lady's Dog,

ib. His Firebrand, An Almanack,

ib. Daphnis's Vow, The silk Worm of Love,

ib. The Statue of Venus Sleeping, Deep Impresion of Love to his Mistress, ib. Anthca's Gift, A Chain of Gold,

ib. To Thaumantia, On the Death of a Linnet,

ib. A Lover's Day and Night, 2

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ib. Lida,

632 | Answer,

ib.

648 | A Kiss,

ib. ib. ib, ib. ib. ib. ib.

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The Statue of Adonis,

656 A Reply,
Clorus to a Grove,

ib. Upon John Earl of Lauderdale's Death,
A Couplet Enco.niastic,

ib. To the Obsequies of the Blessed Prince James,
Another,

King of Great Britain,
Upon a Bay Tree, not long since growing On the Death of a Young Lady,
in the Ruins of Virgil's Tomb,
ib. Another on the same subject,

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Flora's Flower,

ib. On the Death of a kobleman in Scotland,
Melampus's Epitaph,

ib. buried at' Aithen,
The Happiness of a Flea,

ib. To Sir William Alexander,
Of that same,

ib. Polemo-Middinia inter Vitarvam et Neber-
Lina's Virginity,

ib.

nam,
Love Naked,

ib.

EPIGRAMS,
Niobe,

ib.
Change of Love,
ib. Phyllis, on the Death of her Sparrow,

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Wild Beauty,

ib.
Conftant Love,

ib.

DIVINE POEMS.
To Chloris,

ib.

Peter, after the Denial of his Master,
Thyrsis in Dispraise of Beauty,

On the Virgin Mary,
Eurymedon's Praise of Mira,

658

Hymn,
Thaumantia at the Departure of Idmon,

An Evening Hymn,
Erycine at ibe Departure of Alexis,

ib.
THE FLOWERS OP DI0n; or, Spiritual Poems, 659 Hymn upon the Nativity,

Complaint of the Blessed Virgin,

is.

ib.
An Hymn op the Fairest Fair,

666

Hymn upon the Innocents,
The Shadow of the Judgment,

669 Dedication of a Church,
The River of Forth Feasting; a Panegyric

Hymn,
to ibe High and Mighty Prince James,

Another,
King of Great Britain, France, and Ire.

Hymn for Sunday,
land,

Monday,
Speeches to the High and Excellent Prince

Tuesday,
Charles, King of Great Britain, France,

Wednesday,
and Ireland, ae his entering his city of

Thursday,
Edinburgh: delivered from the Pageants,

Friday,
June 15. 1633,

Sacurday,
The Speech of Caledonia, representing the

Upon the Sundays in Lont-Hymn,
Kingdom,

ib.

On the Afcenfion Day,
The Song of the Muses at Parnassus, 678
The Speeches at the Horoscopal Pageant,

Hymn for Whitsunday,

On the Transfiguration of our Lord, the 6th
by the Planets,

ib.
of August. A Hymn,

ib
MISCELLANIES.

680 On the Beast of S. Michael the Arch-Angel, bei

An Elegy upon the Victorious King of Swe-
den, Guftavus Adolphus,

b.
A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Sir Wil. The Five Senses,

695
liam Alexander,
683 | The Abstract,

697
An Epitaph un one named Margaret, 68: The Character of an Anti-Covenantes, or
On a Drunkard,
ib. Malignant,

ib.
Aretinus's Epitaph,
ib. A Pastoral Song,

698
Verses on the late William Earl of Pem. Sonnet to the Earl of Stirling, on his
broke,
ib, " Doomsday," 1637,

ib.

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EPITAPH 3.

WORKS OF CRASHAW,

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STEP3 TO THE TEMPLE.

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Tx Author's Life,

701

Aas viii.-On the Baptized Ethiopean, 70
On the Miracle of Multiplied Loaves,

ib.
Upon the Sepulchre of our Lord,
The Widow's Mite,

ib.
The Weeper,

707 Luke xv.-On the Prodigal,
The Tear,

709 On the ftill surviving Marks of our Saviour's
Diving, EPIGRAM$._On the Water of our Wounds,
"Lord's Baprisen,

ib. Adsv.-The Sick implore St. Peter's shadow,

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Page Mark vii. - The Dumb healed and the Peo. Psalm cxxxvü,

713 ple enjoined silence,

709 Quem vidiftis. Paftores, &c.—A Hymn of the Matth. xxviii.-Come see the place where Nativity, sung by the Shepherds,

ib. the Lord lay, ib. Sospetto d'lerode --Lib, I.

714 To Pontius waining his hands, ib. On a Prayer Book sent to Mrs. M, R.

719 To the lofant Martyrs,

ib. On Mr. G. Herbert's Book, intituled, “The On the Miracle of Loaves,

710

Temple of Sacred Poems," sent to a GenMark iy.-Why are ye afraid, O ye of little

tlewoman,

720 faith,

ib. A Hymn to the Name and Honour of the On the Blessed Virgin's bashfulness, ib. Admirable Saint Teresa,

ib, Upon Lazarus's Tears,

ib. An Apology for the precedent Hymn, as Two went up into the Temple to Pray, ib. having been writ when the Author was Upon the Ass that bore our Saviour, ib. yet a Protestant,

725 Matth. viii. I am not worthy that thou

On a Treatise of Charity,

ib. should'st come under my Roof,

ib. On the Glorious Assumption of the Blessed Upon the Powder-day,

Virgin,

723 I am the Door,

ib. A Hymn on the Circumcision of our Lord, ib. Matth. X.-Thę blind cured by the word of On Hope.-By way of Question and Anour Saviour,

ib. swer between A. Cowley and R. Crashaw, 724 Matth. xxvii.-And he answered them no

Song of Divine Love
thing,
i}. Upon our Blessed Saviour's Pallion,

725 To our Lord, upon the Water made Wine, ib. Christ's Victory,

ib. Matth. xxii.-Nor durft an Man from that Day ask him any more Questions,

ib.

THE DELIGITS OF THE NUSES. Upon our Saviour's Tomb, wherein never Music's Duel,

725 Man was laid, ib. | Upon the Death of a Gentleman,

721 It is better to go into Heaven with one Eye, Upon the Death of Mr. Herries,

ib. a &c.

711 Upon the Death of the desired Mr. Herries, ib, Luke xi.-Upon the dumb Devil cast out, Another, and the slanderous Jews put to Silence, ib. His Epitaph,

ib. Luke x.-And a certain Priest coming that An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife, who way, looked on him, and passed by, ib. Die and were Buried together,

729 Luke xi.-Blessed be the Paps which thou An Epitaph upon Dr. Brooke,

ib. haft sucked, ib. Upon Mr. Stainough's Death,

ib. To Pontins washing his blood-Itained hands, ib. To the Queen upon her numerous Progeny. Match. xxiii.-Ye build the Sepulchres of

A Panegyric,

ib. the Prophets,

ib. Upon Ford's ewo Tragedies.---Love's SaUpon the Infant Martyrs, ib. crifice, and The Broken Heart,

731 John xvi.-Verily I say unto you, ye shall On a Foul Morning, being chen to take a weep and lament,

ib.
Journey,

ib. John xv.,-Upon our Lord's last comfortable Upon the Fair Æthiopean, sent to a GenDiscourse with his Disciples,

ib.

tlewoman, Luke xvi.-Dives asking a Drop,

ib. On Marriage, Mark xii. Give to Cæsar-and to God, ib. To the Morning. Satisfaction for Sleep, ib. But now they have seen and hated, ib. Love's Horoscope,

732 Upon the Crown and Thorns taken from Out of Virgil.-In the Praise of the Spring, ib. our blessed Lord's Head all bloody, ib. With a Picture sent to a friend,

ib. She began to walk his Fect with Tears, and In Praise of Lellius, his Rule of Life,

ib. wipe them with the Hairs of her Head, ib. The Beginning of Heliodorus,

733 On St. Peter cutting off Malchus's Ear, ib. Out of the Greek-Cupid's Crier,

ib. John iï. But Men loved Darkness racher On Nanus Mounted upon an Ant,

734 than Light, a

ib. Upon Venus putting op Mars's Arms, Acts xxi.-I am ready not only to be Bound, Upon the same,

ib, but to Die,

ib. Upon Bishop Andrews's Pi&ure, before his On St. Peter casting away his Nets at our

Sermons,

ib. Saviour's call, ib. Out of Marcial,

ib, Our Lord in his Circumcision to his father, 712 Out of Italian-A Song,

ib. On the Wounds of our Crucified Lord, ib. Out of the Italian,

ib. On our Crucified Lord, Naked and Bloody, ib. Another,

735 Eafter Day,

ib. On the Frontispiece of Isaacon's Chronology On the Bleeding Wounds of our Crucified

explained,

ib, Lord, ib. Or Thus,

ib. Sampson to Dalilah,

ib. An Epitaph upon Mr. Ashton, a ConformaRealm xxiii, ib. ble Citizen,

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735 Elegy I. Wishes to his supposed) Mistress,

736 Elegy II.

Elegy 111.
SACRED POEMS.

Description of a Religious House and Cog

dition of Life, from Barclay, Anagram on Crashaw,

737 Dedication to the Nobleft and Best of Ladies, the Countess of Denbigh,

ib.

POEMATA ET EPIGRAMMATA. To the Name above every Name, the Name Dedicatio Reverendo admodum viro Beoof Jesus. -A Hymn,

jamino Lany, ss. Theologiæ Profeflori, In the Glorious Epiphany of our Lord God, aulæ Pembrochianæ Cuftodi digniffimo,

a Hymn sung as by the Three Kings, 740 ex suorum minimis minanus R. Crahaw To the Queen's Majesty, upon his dedica

cuftodiam cæleftem P.ting to her the foregoing Hymn, 742 Salve, alme custos Pierii gregis, The Recommendation,

ib. Venerabili viro Magiftro Tournay, tutori Vexilla Regis.-The Hymn of the Holy

fummè observando, Cross,

ib. Ornatiffimo viro Præceptori suo colendiffimo,
Charitas Nimia; or, The Dear Bargain, ib.
Saneta Maria Dolorum; or, The Mother of In Pi&uran Reserendiffimi Episcopi, D.
Sorrows: a Pathetical Descant upon the

Andrews,
devout Plainsong of Stabat Mater dolorofa, 743 Votiva Domus Petrenfis pro Domo Dei,
The Hymn of St. Thomas, in Adoration of

In cæterorum Operum difficili Parturitione the Blessed Sacrament,

744 Genitus, The Hymn of the Blessed Sacrament.-Lay- Epitaphium in Guilielmum Herrifum, da Sion Salvatorem,

ib. In Eundem, The Hymn Dies ire dies illa.--In Medi- Natalis Principis Marize tation of the Day of Judgment,

745 In Sereniffimæ Reginæ partum hyemalem, The Hymn.-0Gloriosa Domina,

746 | Natalis Ducis Eboracenfis, The Flaming Heart, upon the Book and In faciem Auguftiff. Regis à morbilis intePicture of the Seraphical Saint Teresa, as

gram, she is usually expressed with a Seraphim Ad Carolum Primum Rex Redux, beside her,

ib. Ad Principem nondum natum, Regina graTo Mrs. M. R. Counsel concerning her

vida, Cl. vice,

747 Joann. ii.- Aquæ in vinum verfae, ALLYAS — The Complaint of the forsaken On the Birth of a Princess, the fifth Child Wife of St. Alexis.

ib. of Charles I.

ib.

ib. ib.

751

ih. ib.

733 ib.

ib. ib.

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MADAGASCAR,

860 and Tutor to the Prince. An acknow.

ledgment for his Collection, in honour of
POEMS.
Ben. Jonson's Memory,

867
Elysium. Tojhe Duchess of Buckingham, 863 Song The Countess of Anglesey led Cap-
To the Queen, entertained at night by the tive by the Rebels, at the Disforeking of
Countess of Angle

864
Pewsam,

ib.
In Remembrance of Mr. William Shak- The Long Vacation in London ; in Verse
speare,
ib. Burlesque, or Mock Verse,

ib.
For the Lady Olivia Porter ; a Present upon Epitaph,
a New-year's Day,

ib. Epitaph on Mrs. Catharine Cross, buried in
On the Death of the Lady Marquis of Win-

France,

ib.
chefier,
ib. Song. The Winter Storms,

ib.
To Endimion Porter, upon

his Recovery

Upon the Marriage of Lady Jane Caven-
from a long Sickness,
ib. dish with Mr. Cheney,

ib.
Upon the Nuptials of Charles Lord Herbert, Epitaph on the Daughter of Mr. Richard
and the Lady M. Villers,
865 Turpin,

ib.
Epitaph on J. Walker,
ib. Song,

ib.
Elegy on B. Hasolrick, Nain in his youth in Song. Endimion Porter and Olivia,

ib.
a duel,

ib. Sent with a Lock of Hair,
To the Queen, upon a New-year's Day, ib. Song. The Philosopher and the Lover ; to
To Endimion Porter,
866 a Mistress Dying,

ib.
To the Countess of Carlisle, on the Death Song. The Soldier going to the Field, ib.
of the carl her riusband,

ib. i The Death of Afragon. i he Philosophers Dis.
To Thomas Carew,

ib. quisition directed to the Dying Christian, ib.
To Doctor Duppa, Dean of Christ Church, The Christian's Reply to the Philosopher,

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