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Page Mark vi.The Dumb healed and the Peo Psalm cxxxvü,
713 ple enjoined silence,
709 Quem vidistis. Paftores, &c.—A Hymn of the Matth. ixviii.-Come see the place where Nativity, sung by the Shepherds,
ib. the Lord lay, ib. Sospetto d'Lerode --Lib. l.
714 To Pontius walning 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,
Temple of Sacred Poems," sent to a GenMark iy.-Why are ye afraid, O ye of little
ib. A Hymn to the Name and Honour of the On the Blessed Virgin's balhfulness, 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,
723 Matth. viii.-I am not worthy that thou On a Treatise of Charity,
ib. should'st come under my Roof,
On the Glorious Assumption of the Blessed
723 I am the Door,
ib. A Hymn on the Circumcision of our Lord, Matth. X.
- The 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. xxvü.-And he answered them no
Song of Divine Love
ib. thing, ib. Upon our Blessed Saviour's Pallion,
725 To our Lord, upon the Water made Wine, ib.
ib. Matth. xxii.-Nor durft any Man from that Day ask him any more Questions,
THE DELIGOTS OF THE MUSES. 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 Landerous 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. Scainough's Death,
ib, To Pontius washing his blood-stained hands, ib. To the Queen upon her numerous Progeny. Match. xxiii.-Ye build the Sepulchres of
A Panegyric, the Prophets,
ib. Upon Ford's two Tragedies.-Love's SaUpon the Infant Martyrs, ib. crifice, and The Broken Heart,
731 John svi.“-Verily I say unto you, ye shall On a Foul Morning, being then to take a weep and lament,
ib. John xv.--Upon our Lord's last comfortable Upon the Fair Æthiopean, sent to a GenDiscourse with his Disciples, ib.
ib. Luke xvi.- Dives asking a Drop, ib. On Marriage,
ib. Mark xii.--Give to Cælar-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, She began to wath his Feet with Tears, and In Praise of Lelius, his Rule of Lise,
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 rather On Nanus Mounted upon an Ant,
734 than Light,
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
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 Easter Day,
ib. On the Frontispiece of Isaacon's Chronology On the Bleeding Wounds of our Crucified
ib. Lord, ib. Or Thus,
ib. Sampson to Dalilah,
ib. An Epitaph upon Mr. Alhton, a ConformaPalm xxiii,
Out of Catullus,
735 Elegy I. Wishes to his (supposed) Mistress,
736 Elegy II.
Description of a Religious House and Con-
dition of Life, from Barclay, Anagram on Crashaw, Dedication to the Nobleft and Best of Ladies, the Countess of Denbigh,
POEMATA ET EPIGRAMMATA. To the Name above every Name, the Name Dedicatio Reverendo admodum viro Benof Jesus. -A Hymn,
jamino Lany, ss. Theologia 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. Crashaw 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. Ornatiflimo viro Præceptori suo colendiffimo,
In cæterorum Operum difficili Parturitione the Bleffed Sacrament,
744 Genitus, The Hymn of the Blessed Sacrament.-Lau Epitaphium in Guilielmum Herrifum, da Sion Salvatorem,
ib. In Eundem, The Hymn. - Dies ire dies illa.-In Medi Natalis Principis Mariæ tation of the Day of Judgment,
745 In Sereniflm:z Reginæ partum hyemalem, The Hymn.- Glorioja 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, Regioâ graTo Mrs. M. R. Counsel concerning her
747 Joann. ii.- Aquæ in vinum verfae, ALEITAS — The Complaint of the forsaken On the Birth of a Princess, the fifth Child Wife of St. Alexis.
ib. of Charles I.
WORKS OF DAVENANT,
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Page Tue Author's Life,
577 Preface.-To his much honoured Friend Mr.
Canto VII. Hobbes,
Canto VIII. Answer, by Mr. Hobbes,
781 Book III.Carto I.
Poffcript to the Reader,
807 To my worthy Friend Mr. William Dave-
nant, upon his Poem of Madagasear, Canto Ur.
which he writ to the most IHuftrious
820 | To my Friend William Davenant,
860 and Tutor to the Prince. An acknow.
ledgment for his Collection, in honour of
Ben. Jonson's Memory,
Burlesque, or Mock Verse,
ib. Epitaph on Mrs. Catharine Cross, buried in
dish with Mr. Cheney,
a Mistrels Dying,
ib. The Deathof Aftragon. i hc Philosophers Dif-
ib. quisition directed to the Dying Christian, ibo