3 Ode I. On the Praise of Poetry
Elegia Dedicatoria ad Ilustrissimam Aca-
II. That a Pleasant Poverty is to be pre-
ferred before Discontented Riches... ib.
The Author's Preface to his Edition in Folio,
III. To his Mistress
42 IV On the Uncertainty of Fortune. A
The Bookseller's Advertisement to the Edition
48 V. In Commendation of the Time we live
under, the Reign of our gracious
The Author's Preface to his Juvenile Poems.. 49
King Charles ....
To the Reader.........
ib. VI. On the Shortness of Man's Life
An Answer to an Invitation to Cambridge...... ib.
Constantia and Pbiletus.....
The Tragical History of Pyramus and Thisbe 56
SYLVA: OR DIVERS COPIES OF VERSES, MADE UPON The Motto
Ode. Of Wit......
De felici partu, Reginæ Mariæ
59 To the Lord Falkland, for his safe Returp from
In felicissimam Reginæ Mariæ Fertilitatem
the Northern Expedition against the Scots.. 63
Upon the happie Birth of the Duke
ib. On the Death of Sir Henry Wootton.... ib.
An Elegy on the Death of the Right Honour- On the Death of Mr. Jordaa, Second Master
able Dudley, Lord Carleton, Viscount Dor- at Westminster School
chester, late Principal Secretary of State... ib. On bis Majesty's Return out of Scotland......
An Elegy on the Death of my loving Friend On the Death of Sir Anthony Vandyck, the
and Cousin, Mr. Richard Clarke, Gent, late
of Lincoln's Inn
61 Prometheus ill-painted
A Dream of Elysium
On his Majesty's Return out of Scotland 62 Friendship in Absence
Song, on the same
ib. To the Bishop of Lincoln, up on his Enlarge-
jb. ment out of the Tower
A Poetical Revenge
63 | To a Lady who made Posies for Rings.. 71
To the Duchess of Buckingham
ib. Prologue to the Guardian : before the Prince ib.
To his very much honoured Godfather, Mr. The Epilogue
ib. On the Death of Mr. William Hervey
An Elegy on the Death of John Littleton, Esq. Ode in Imitation of Horace's Ode V. Book 1.. 73
Son and Heir to Sir Thomas Littleton, who In Imitation of Martial's Epigram, L. V. Ep.
was drowned leaping into the Water to save
his younger Brother
64 The Chronicle. A Ballad
A Translation of Verses upon the Blessed Vir- To Sir William Davenant, upon his Two First
gin, written in Latin by the Right Worship- Books of Gondibert, finished before his
ful Dr. A.
ib. Voyage to America.......