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LXXVII. To Ope that desired me not to

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XX. To the same Sir Cod ....... 499 LXXXIII. To a Friend

506

XXI. On reformed Gamester

ib. LXXXIV. To Lucy Countesse of Bedford. ib.

XXI. On my first Daughter.

500 LXXXV. To Sir Henry Goodyere

ib.

XXUL To John Donne

ib. LXXXVI. To the same

ib.

XXIV, To the Parliament

ib. LXXXVII. On Captain Hazard the Cheater. ib.'

XXV. On Sir Volaptuous Beast..

ib LXXXVIII. On English Mounsieur

ib.

XITI. On the same Beast.....

ib. LXXXIX. To Edward Allen

ib.

XXVII. On Sir John Roe

ib.

XC. On Mill, my Lady's Woman ib,

XXVIII. On Don Surly

ib.

XCI. To Sir Horace Vere

507

XXIX. To Sir Annual Tilter.....

ib.

XCII. The New Cry

ib.

XXX, To Person Guiltie...

ib. XCUI, To Sir Jobn Radcliffe

ib.

XXXI. On Banck, the Usurer

ib. XCIV. To Lucy Countesse of Bedford,

XXXII. On Sir John Roe

501

with Mr. Donne's Satyres jb.

XXXIII. To the same .......

ib. XCV. To Sir Henry Savile

ib.

XXXIV. Of Death

ib. XCVI. To John Donne

XXXV. To King James

ib. XCVII. On the New Motion

XXXVI. To the Ghost of Martial

ib. XCVIII. To Sir Thomas Roe

ib.

XXXVII. On Cher'ril the Lawyer

ib. XCIX. To the same

XXXVIII. To Person Guiltie

ib.

C. On Play-Wright

ib.

XXXIX. On old Colt .

ib.

CI. Inviting a Friend to Supper ib.

XL On Margaret Ratcliffe

ib.

CII. To William Earle of Pembroke. 509

XLI. On Gypsee

ib.

CIII. To Mary Lady Wroth

ib.

XLII. On Giles and Jone ...

ib.

CIV. To Susan Countesse of Mont-

XLIII. To Robert Earle of Salisburie ... 502

gomery

ib.

XLIV. On Chuffe, Banks the Usurer's

CV. To Mary Lady Wroth

ib.

Kinsman......

ib.

CVI. To Sir Howard Herbert

ib.

XLV. On my first Sonne

ib. CVII. To Captaine Hungry.

ib.

XLVI. To Sir Lucklesse Woo-all

502

CVIII. To true Souldiers

510

XLVII. To the same ..

ib.

CIX. To Sir Henry Nevil

ib.

XLVIII. On Mungril Esquire

ib.

CXI To Clement Edmonds, on his

XLIX. To Play-Wright

ib.

Cæsar's Commentaries obsery-

L. To Sir Cod

ib.

ed, and translated

ib.

LI. To King James, upon the happie

CXI. To the same, on the same.. .. ... ib.

false Rumour of his Deatb, the

CXII. To a weake Gamester in Poetry. ib.

22d day of March, 1607 ib. CXIII. To Sir Thomas (verbury

ib.

LII. To Censorious Courtling

ib. CXIV. To Mrs. Philip Sydney

511

Lill. To Old End Gatherer

ib.

CXV. On the Towpe's honest Man ib.

LIV, On Chev'ril

503 CXVI. To Sir William Jephson

ib.

LV, To Francis Beaumont

ib. CXVII. On Groyne

ib.

LVI. On Poet Ape

ib. CXVIII. On Gut

ib,

LVII. On Baudes, and Usurers

ib. CXIX, To Sir Ralph Sheltog

ib.

LVII, To Groome ldeot

ib. CXX, An Epitaph on S.P. a Cuild of Qu.

jb.

EI. Chappel

ib.

LX. To William Lord Mounteagle ib. CXXI. To Benjamin Rudyerd

512

LXL To Foole, or Knave

ib. CXXII. To the same

ib.

LXII. To fine Lady Would-Be.... ib. CXXIII. To the same

ib.

LXIII. To Robert Earle of Salisburie ib. CXXIV. Epitaph on Elizabeth L. H...... ib.

LXIV. To the same, upon the Acces-

CXXV. To Sir William Ovedale

ib.

sion of the Treasurership to

CXXVI. To his Lady, then Mrs. Cary ib.

CXXVII. To Esme lord Aubigny.

512

LXV. To my Muse

504

CXXVIII. To William Roe

ib.

LXVI. To Sir Henry Cary ........

ib. CXXIX, To Edward Filmer, on his mu-

LXVII To Thomas Earle of Suffolke ib.

sical Work dedicated to the

LXVIII. On Play-Wright

Queen. Anno 1629

513

LXIX. To Pertinax Cob

CXXX. To Mime

ib,

LXX. To William Roe

ib. CXXXI. To Alphonso Ferrabosco, on his

LXXI. On Count Parrat

ib.

Booke

ib.

.................. 504

CXXXII. To the same .........

513

ib. CXXXIII. To Mr. Josuah Sylvester

ib.

LXXIV. To Thomas Lord Chancellor ....... 505 CXXXIV. On the famous Voyage

ib.

LXXV. On Lippe, the Teacher ..

ib. | The Voyage it selfe

514

LXXVI. On Lucy Countesse of Bedford ... ib.

THE FORREST.

Dame him

jb.

ib.

1. Why I write not of love

515

LXXIX. To Elizabeth Countesse of Rutland 505

II, To Penshurst

ib.

III. To Sir Robert Wroth

516

ib.

IV. To the World. A Farewell for a

ib.

Gentlewoman,vertuous and noble 517

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ib.

FROM HIS DRAMAS.

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Px

V. Song to Celia ......

............. ............. 517 | Gypsies Songs. From the Masque performed

VI. To the saine ....

at Burleigh.

VII. Song. That Women are but Men's

Shaddows

ib.

XXVIII. From the famous peacke of Darby 59

VIII. Song. To Sicknesse

XXIX. Cock Lorrell would needs have the

................. 518

IX, Song. To Celia

ib.

devill his guest

526

X. And must I sing? what subject

From the Shepherd's Holiday.

shall I chuse?

ib.

XI. Epode ....

XXX. Thus, thus, begin the yearly rites. ib.

519

XII. Epistle to Elizabeth Countesse of

Hymns to Pan.

Rutland

ib. XXXI. Hymn I. Of Pan we sing, the best

XIII. Epistle to Katherine, Lady Aubigny 520

of singers, Pan

527

XIV. Ode to Sir William Sydney, on his

XXXII. Hymn II. Pan is our all, by him

Birth-day.

521

we breathe, we live..

ib.

XV. To Heaven

522 XXXIII. Hymn IIJ. If yet, if yet

ib.

XXXIV. Hymn IV. Great Pan the father

SONGS, ETC.

ib.

of our peace and pleasure

From the Masque of the Fortunate Isles.

From Cynthia's Revells.

XXXV. Looke forth the Shepheard of the

1. Slow, slow, fresh fount, keep time

seas.............

ib.

with my salt tears .........

522 From Love's Triumph through Callipolis.

.II O, that joy so soon should waste! ib.

XXXVI. Joy, joy to mortals, the rejoycing

III. Thou more than most sweet glove. ib.

fires

528

IV. Queen and huntresse, chaste and

faire.

ib,

From Chloridia.

XXXVII, Come forth, come forth, the gentle

From the Poetaster.

spring

ib.

V. If I frecly can discover .... ib.

From the Sad Shepherd.

VI. Love is blind, and a wanton ...... 523 XXXVIII. Though I am young and cannot

VII. Wake, our mirth begins to die...... ib.

tell.

ib.

VIII. Blush, Folly, blush: here's none

From the Silent Woman.

that fears

ib.

XXXIX. Still to be neat still to be drest 529

From Volpone.

In the Devil is an Ass.

XL. Do but look on her eyes! they do

IX. Pools, they are the only nation ib.

light

ib.

X. Had old Hippocrates, or Galen ...

XI. You that would last long, list to

MISCELLANEOUS PIECES.

my song

ib.

XII. Come, my Celia, let us prove . ib.

Chorusses from the Tragedy of Cataline.

1. Can nothing great, and at the height 529

From the Masques and Entertainments.

II. Great father Mars, and greater Jore ib.

III. What is this, Heavens, you prepare

550

XIII. See, see, O see who here is come a IV. Now, do our eares, before our eyes

ib.

Maying

ib. Epithalamion. From Hymenæi

531

XIV. When love at first did move 524 Love a little Boy. From the Masque on Lord

XV. So beauty on the waters stood... ib. Haddington's Marriage

532

XVI. If all these Cupids now were blind ib. Epithalamion, from the same ......

533

XVII. It was po polity of court ..

ib. Witches Charms. From the Masque of Queens ib.

XVIII. Yes, were the loves or false, or A Panegyre, on the happy Entrance of James,

straying

ib. our Soveraigne, to his first high Session of

XIX. Melt, earth to sea, sea flow to aire ib. Parliament in this his Kingdome, the 19th

XX. Bow both your heads at once, and of March, 1603

hearts

ib. An Expostulation with Inigo Jones

537

XXI. So breaks the sun earth's rugged To a Friend, an Epigram of him

538

chains

ib. To Inigo Marquis Would-Be, a Corollary ib.

On the honoured Poems of his honoured Friend

Comic Songs from the Honour of Wales.

Sir John Beaumont

ib.

To Mr. John Fletcher, upon his Faithful Shep-

XXII. l'is not come here to tauke of Brut. 525 herdess

ib.

XXIII. 'Tis true, was weare bim sherkin Epitaph on the Countess of Pembroke, Sister

freize........

ib. to Sir Philip Sidney

ib.

XXIV. Aull this's the backs now, let us A Vision on the Muses of his friend Mr. Dray-

tell yee.......

ib. ton

ib.

XXV. But aull this while was never thinke ib. On Michael Drayton, buried in Westminster

XXVI. And yet is nothing now aull this... ib. Abbey

ib.

XXVII. Au, but what say yow should it To the Memory of my beloved Mr. William

shance too

Shakspeare, and what he hath left us..... ib.

.......... 538

The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers............ 553 | To the Lord Mordant, upon his Return from
To the Reader. From edition 1648 .......... 557 the North, whither he had accompanied King

James in 1617

568

To the Prince, afterwards Charles the First... 570
To the Deane, (from Flower in Northampton A New Year's Gift. To my Lorde Duke of
shire, 1695,) now the worthy Bishop of Buckingham ...........

ib.
Norwich. By Robert Gomersall ..... 559 | A Letter sent from Dr. Corbet to Sir Thomas
On Dr. Corbet's marriage,(from Wit Restored, Ailesbury, Secretary to the Duke of Buck-
fro. 1658.)

ib. ingham, December the 9th, 1618. On the
Verses in Honour of Bishop Corbet, found in a Occasion of a blazing Star

jb.

blank leaf of his poems in MS.

560 Dr. Corbet's Journey into France

571

[poo my good Lord the Bishop of Norwiche, An Exhortation to Mr. John Hammon, Minister

Richard Corbet, who dyed July 28, 1635, in the Parish of Bewdly, for the battering

and lies buried in his Cathedral Churcbe. downe of the Vanities of the Gentiles, which

(By Mr. John Taylor of Norwich: from the are comprehended in a May-pole. Written

Cabinet, published there in 1795 .

ib. by a zealous Brother from the Black Fryers 572

An Elegy upon the Death of Queen Anne ..... 573

An Elegie written upon the Death of Dr. Ravis, An Elegie upon the Death of his own Father .. 574

Bis bop of London .....

561 An Elegie upon the Death of Lady Haddington,

Spectatissimo, Punctisque omnibus dignissimo, Wife of John Ramsay Viscount Haddington,
Thomæ Coriato de Odcombe, peregrinanti, who dyed of the Small-pox.........

ib.
pedestris Ordinis, equestrisque Pamæ ib. On Christ Church Play at Woodstock

575

In Librum suum

562 A Letter to the Duke of Buckingham, being

To Thomas Coryate.........

ib. with the Prince in Spaine

ib.

A certain Poem, as it was presented in Latine On the Earl of Dorset's Death. (Richard, the

by Divines and others before his Majesty in third Earl of Dorset).

576

Cambridge by Way of Enterlude styled Liber To the new born Prince, afterwards Charles II.

Norus de Adventu Regis ad Cantabrigiam. upon the Apparition of a Starr, and the fol.

Faithfally done into English, with some lowing Ecclypse

liberal Additions. Made rather to be sung

On the Birth of young Prince Charles ..........

iban read to the Tude of Bonny Nell....... 562 To his Son, Vincent Corbet, on bis Birth-day,

As answer to the former Song, in Latin and November 10, 1630, being then three Years

English, By Lakes .......

564

old ........

.... ib.

Additamenta Superiori Cantico

566 An Epitaph on Dr. Donne, Dean of Paul's, born

On the Lady Arabella. (The unfortunate lady in 1673; died March 31, 1631............... 577

Arabella Stuart who died in the Tower, Certain few Woordes spoken concerning one

Sept. 27, 1615) ....

ib. Benet Corbett after her Decease. She died

Upon Mistris Mallet, an unhandsome Gentle October the 2d, Anno 1634..................... ib.
woman who made Love unto him ..... ib. Iter Boreale ..............

ib.

In quendam Anniversariorum Scriptorem . 567 On Mr. Rice, the Manciple of Christ Church in

In Poetam exauctoratum et emeritum .

Oxford

381

On Mr. Francis Beaumont, then newly dead... ib. On Henry Bolings

ib.

An Elegie on the late Lord William Howard, On John Dawson, Butler of Christ Church ib.

Baron of Effingham .....

ib. On Great Tom of Christ Church

ib.

ib.

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R. C.

582 To the Ladyes of the New Dresse, that weare

A proper new Ballad, intituled the Faerye's their Gorgets and Rayles down to their
Farewell, or, God-A-Mercy Will.............. ib.

584

A Non Seqnitor

583 Thé Ladies Answer

585

Nonsense

ib. Corbet's Reply

it

The Country Life

ib. Upon Fairford Windows..

ib.

The Ghost of Robert Wisdome
584 Another

ib.

An Epitaph op Thomas Jonce.......

ib. I The distracted Puritane

586

Wastes .......

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers......... 589 Boldness in Love

602

The Spring

591 A pastoral Dialogue, Celia, Cleon

ib.

To A. L. Persuasions to love ....
ib. Grief ingrost

603

Lips and Eves

592 A pastoral Dialogue, Shepherd, Nymph, Chorus ib.

A divine Mistress

ib. Red and white Roses

604

Sung. A beautiful Mistress

ib. To my Cousin C. R. marrying my Lady A. ib.

A cruel Mistress

ib. A Lover upon an Accident necessitating his

Song. Murdering Beauty

ib. Departure, consults with Reason

ib.

My Mistress, commanding me to return her Parting. Celia weeps

ib.

Letters.

593 Epitaph on the Lady Mary Villers

ib.

Secrecy protested

ib. Another

605

A Prayer to the Wind.

ib. Another

ib.

Song. Mediocrity in Love rejected

594 Epitaph on the Lady S. Wife to Sir W. S...... ib.

Song. Good Counsel to a young Majd

ib. Maria Wentworth, Thomæ Comitis Cleveland

To my Mistress, siting by a River's Side ib.

Filia Primogenita, Viginiam Animam exha-

Song. Conquest by Flight'.

ib. lavit..

ib.

Song. To my inconstant Mistress

ib. On the Duke of Buckingham

ib.

Song. Persuasions to enjoy

595 Another

............. 606

A Deposition from Love

ib.

Ingrateful Beauty threatened.

ib.

FOU'R SONGS BY WAY OF CHORUS TO A PLAY.

Disdain returned

ib.

A Looking-glass

ib.

I. Of Jealousy, Dialogue.

ib.

An Elegy on the Lady Pen. Sent to my Mis-

II. Femine Honour

601

tress out of France

596 III. Separation of Lovers

ib.

To my Mistress in Absence

ib. IV. Incommunicability of Love

ib.

To her in Absence. A ship

597

Song. Eternity of Love protested

ib.

Songs in the Play.

Some Alteration in my Mistress, after my De-

A Lover in the Disguise of an Amazon, is dearly

parture into France .

ib.

beloved of his Mistress

ib.

Good counsail to a young maid

ib.

Another. A Lady rescued from Death by a
Celia bleeding. To the Surgeon

ib.

Kuight, who in the Instant leaves her, thus
To J. H. a Lady resembling my Mistress ib.

complains

To Saxham

598

Upon a Ribband

ib. To Bep. Jonson, upon Occasion of his Ode of

To the King at his Entrance into Saxham: By Defiance annexed to bis Play of the New lon ib.

Master Jo. Crofts.....

ib. An Hymeneal Dialogue. Bride and Groom .... ib.

Upon the Sickness of E S.

599 Obsequies to the late Anne Hay

609

A New-year's Sacrifice. To Lucinda

ib. To the Countess of Anglesea, upon the in-

Song. To one, who when I praised my Mistress's moderately by her lamented Death of her

Beauty, said I was blind

600 Husband ...

ib.

Song. To my Mistress, I burning in Love ib. An Elegie upon the Death of Doctor Donne,

Song. To her again, she burning in a Fever ib. Dean of St. Paul's

010

Upon the King's Sickness

ib. / In answer to an elegiacal Letter upon the Death

Song. To a I ady not yet enjoyed by her Hus of the King of Sweden, from Aurelian Town-
band.

ib. send inviting me to write upon that Subject 611
Song. The willing Prisoner to his Mistress ..... 601 Upon Mr. W. Montague, his Return from Travel 612
A Fly that flew into my Mistress's Eye ib. To Master W, Montague

ib.

Song. Celia singing

ib. On tbe Marriage of T. K. and C.C. the Morn-

Song. Celia singing

ib. ing stormy

ib.

Song. To one who desired to know my Mistress ib. For a Picture where the Queen laments over

In the Person of a Lady to her inconstant Ser-

the Tomb of a slain Knight

613

vant

602 | To a Lady that desired I would love her ib.

Truce in Love entreated

ib. | Upon my Lord Chief Justice his Election of

To my Rival ....

ib.

my lady A. W. for his mistress .....

ib.

608

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To A. D. unreasonably distrustful of her own The Tinder,

620

Beauty...

613 Song. In her fair cheeks two pits do lie ib.

To my friend, G. N. from Wrest.

614 The Carver. To his mistress

ib.

A New-year's Gift. To the King

615 To the Painter....

621

To the Queen ...

ib. Love's Courtship .

ib.

To the New Year, for the Countess of Carlisle 616 On a damask Rose sticking upon a Lady's
To my honoured Friend Master Thomas May, breast ....

ib.

upon his Comedy, the Heir ...

ib. The Protestation, a Sonnet

ib.

To my worthy Friend, Master George Sands, The Tooth-ach cured by a Kiss ..

622
on bis Translation of the Psalms..... ib. To the jealous Mistress

ib.
To my much honoured Friend, Henry Lord The Dart

ib.

Carey of Lepington, upon his Translation of To my Lord Admiral upon his late Sickness

Malvezzi ......

and Recovery ....

ib.

To my worthy Friend, Master D'Avenant, upon On mistress N. To the green Sickness 623

his excellent Play the Just Italian

ib. Upon a Mole in Celia's Bosom

ib.

To the Reader of Mr. D'Avenant's Play ib. An Hymencal Song on the Nuptials of the Lady

To my friend William D'Avenant............... 618 Anne Wentworth, and the Lord Lovelace ib.

The Comparison

ib. A married Woman

624

The Enquiry

ib. A divine Love

ib.

The Spark ....

618 Love's Force

ib.

On Sight of a Gentlewoman's Pace in the Water 619 A Fancy ....

ib.

Song. Ask me no more where Jove bestows ... ib. To his Mistress

625

Song. Would you know what's soft, I dare ib. In Praise of his Mistress

ib.

The Hue and Cry ............

ib. To Celia, upon Love's Ubiquity.

ib.

Soog. To his Mistress confined

620 Coelum Britannicum: a Masque

626

The Primrose .....

ib.

*......... 617

....

..

The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers...... 639 | On the Death of a Linnet

666
Phillips's Preface to the Edition of 1656 643 Lilla's Prayer

ib.

Sonnets, &c. Part I.

645 | Armelin's Epitaph

ib.

Part II.

656 Epitaph. The bawd of justice, he who laws

Urania

661 controllid...

667

On the Portrait of the Countess of Perth ib. A Translation

ib.
On that same drawo with a Pencil

ib. Epitaph. Then death thee hath beguiled ib.
Madrigal. My thoughts hold mortal strife ... 662 A jest .....

ib.
An Elegy upon the victorious King of Sweden, Proteus of Marble

ib.
Gastarus Adolphus
ib. | Pamphilus ..

ib.

Tears on the Death of Moeliades ..

663 Apelles enamoured of Campaspe, Alexander's

Epitaph. Stay, passenger, see where enclosed Mistress

ib.

lies

664 Campaspe

Another. A passing glance, a lightning long Cornucopia

ib.

the skies ...

ib. Love suffers no Parasol .....

ib.

A Translation of Sir John Scot's Verses, begin Unpleasant Musick

ib.

ning, Quod vitæ sectabor iter? ..... .... 665 Sleeping Beauty ...................................... 668

Alcon's Kiss

MADRIGALS AND BPIGRAMS.

The Statue of Venus sleeping

ib.

The Statue of Medusa .....

ib. | Laura to Petrarch

ib.

The Portrait of Mars and Veous

ib. The Rose

ib.

Narcissus ....

ib.

.................... ib. A Lover's Prayer

Dameta's Dream

ib. Jolas' Epitaph

ib,

Cherries ............................................ ib. The Trojan Horse

ib.

Icarus

ib. For Dorus

ib.

On his Lady beholding herself in a Marble ... ib. Love vagabonding

ib.

ib, To a River

ib.

A pleasant Deceit .................................. ib. | Lida .

ib.

The Cannon

666 Phræne

669

Thais' Metamorphosis

ib. Kisses desired

ib.

• The Quality of a Kiss..

ib, Desired Death

ib.

His Lady's Dog ....

ib. Phæbe

ib.

An Almanack

ib. Answer .....

ib.

The Silk-worm of Love

ib. The Cruelty of Rora

ib.

Deep Impression of Love to his Mistress ib. A Kiss ....

ib.

A Chain of Gold ....

ib. Kala's Complaint

ib.

.

To Sleep

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