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To Mr. George Sandys, on his Translation of Ad Comitem Monumetensem de Bentivoglio

some Parts of the Bible ........................ 55 suo .........---------------------------------------- 70

To Mr. Henry Lawes, who had then newly set | To Mr. Kilegrew, upon his altering his Play,
a Song of mine, in the Year 1635 ............ ib. Pandora, from a Tragedy into a Comedy,
To Sir William D'Avenant, upon his two First because not approved on the Stage .......... ib.
Books of Gondibert: written in France ..... ib. On the Duke of Monmouth's FXpedition into
To my worthy Friend Mr. Wase, the Transla- | Scotland, in the summer Solstice ............ ib.
tor of Gratius .................................... 56 To a Friend of the Author, a Person of Honour,
To his worthy Friend Master Evelyn, upon his who lately writ a religious Book, entitled,
Translation of Lucretius..................-----. ib. Historical Applications, and Occasional Me-
To his worthy Friend Sir Thos. Higgons, upon ditations upon several Subjects .............. ... ib.
his Translation of the Venetian Triumph... ib. To a Person of Honour, upon his incomparable

Verses to Dr. John Rogers, on his taking the incomprehensible Poem, entitled, the British

Degree of Doctor in Physic at Padua, in the Princes .....................------------------------ ib.

Year 1664 ........................................ 57 || To Mr. Creech, on his Translation of Lucretius 71

Coloris and Hylas. Made to a Saraband...... ib. The Triple Count at ................................. ib.

In Answer to Sir John Suckling's Verses ...... ib. Of an Elegy made by Mrs. Wharton on the

To a Friend, of the different Success of their Earl of Rochester ..... ib.

Loves..................................-------------- 58 . To Chloris............................................. 72

An Apology for having loved before . ib. Upon our late loss of the Duke of Cambridge ib.
To Zelinda .. ib. l Instructions to a Painter, for the drawing of
To my Lady Morton, on New-year's Day, at the Posture and Progress of his Majesty’s
the Louvre in Paris.............................. ib. Forces at Sea, under the Command of his
To a fair Lady, playing with a Snake ......... 59 Highness Royal, together with the Battle
The Night-Piece: or a Picture drawn in the and Victory obtained over the Dutch, June
dark ................................................ ib. 3, 1665.......... --------------------------------- - ib.

Part of the fourth Book of Virgil's Aeneis To the King.......................................... 74

translated.......................................... ib. A Presage of the Ruin of the Turkish Empire:

On the Picture of a fair Youth, taken after presented to his Majesty King James II. on

he was dead...................................... . 60 his Birth-day ...................................-- ib.

On a Brede of divers Colours, woven by four To the Dutchess, when he presented this Book

Ladies ............... ------------------------------- 61 to her royal Hizhness ........................... 75

A Panegyric to my Lord Protector, of the These Verses were writ in the Tasso of her

present Greatness, and joint Interest, of his royal Highness......... --------------------------- ib.

Highness and this Nation ...................... ib. On Mrs. Higgous................................... ... ib.

On our late War with Spain, and first Victory

at Sea near St. Lucar, 1651 .................. 62 of divive Love. A Poem IN six caxTos.

Upon the Death of the Lord Protector......... 93 l Canto I.

To the King, upon his Majesty's happy Return ib. II.

On St. James's Park, as lately improved by III. ..........

his Majesty ........................................ 6+ IV. .............

Of the Invasion and Defeat of the Turks, in V. . .

the Year 1683 .................................... 65 Vs. ......................----------------------- 78

To the Queen, upon her Majesty's Birth-Day, Elegy by Mr. Talbot, occasioned by reading
after her happy Recovery from a dangerous and transcribing Mr. Waller's Poem of
Sickness...... ................:::: :---------------- 66 Divine Love, after his Death .................. ib.
Sung by Mrs. Knight to her Majesty, on her
Birth-day.......................................... ib. of THE FEAR of cop, ox Two caNTos.
Of her Majesty, on New-year's Day, 1683 ... ib. Canto I ih
Of Tea, commended by her Majesty........... 67 in ii ---------------------------------------------- o
Prologue for the Lady Actors: spoken before - ------------------------------------- --------
King Charles II .......: ...............: ::::: * of rivise ropsy, is two casros, occasiosen vros
Of her royal Highness, Mother to the Prince sight of The 53rd chapter of is AIAH TURNED INTo
of Orange: and of her Portrait, written by verse ex Mirs. whart to N.
the late Dutchess of York while she lived
with her.......... ----------------------------------- ib. ib.

..To the Dutchess of Orleans, when she was 80

taking Leave of the Court, at Dover......... ib.

Upon his Majesty’s New Buildings at Somer- ten by Mrs. Wharton ........................... ib.
set House .......................................... jb. Some Reflections of his upon the several Peti-

On a Tree cut in Paper ................. ---------- 68 || tions in the same Prayer.................... ... ib.

To a Lady, from whom he received the fore- On the foregoing Divine Poems .................. 81

goingCopy,which formany Years had been lost ib. - *

Of the Lady Mary, Princess of Orange. ib. EPIGRAMs, EPITAPus, AND FRAGMEN rs.
To the Prince of Orange, 1677 ....... . ib., Epigram.–From Rex Redux ..................... ib.
Of Finglish Verse......................... 69 Under a Lady's Picture ................ ib.
Upon the Earl of Roscommon's Translation of | Of a Lady who writ in Praise of Myra . ib.
Horace, De Arte Poetica: and of the Use To one married to an old Man ......... - - - - - - - - ib.
of Poetry.......................................... ib. An Epigram on a painted Lady with ill Teeth ib.

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APalinode to the honourable Edward Howard, Miscellaneous Thoughts .... ib.

Ps, upon his incomparable Poem of the Triplets upon Avarice ..... 227

British Princes.................................... ib. Description of Holland ... ib.
APanegyric upon Sir John Denham's Recovery To his Mistress ....... .. ib.
from his Madness ............................... 198 || To the same................. ib.

Tom Critics, who judge of modern Plays pre- Epigram on a Club of Sots. ib.

cisely by the Rules of the Ancients.......... 199 || Hudibras's Elegy ........... ... ib.

to the Queen of Arragon, acted be- Hudibras's Epitaph................................. 228

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POEMS OF ROCHESTER.

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson.........------ 231 | The Advice ............................... ----------- 233

*ma C. V. Joannis Passeratii, Regii in Aca- The Discovery ....................................... 239

domia Parisiensi Professoris, ad Ornatissi- Woman's Honour. A Song . ... ib.

mum virum erricum memmium ............. 235 | Grec.an Kindness. A Song . ib.

"Palogue.................. ---------- -------------- 237 The Mistress. A Song .............. ib.
* Pastoral Dialogue between Alexis and Stre- Song.—Absent from thee I languish ... . 24()
Phon. Written at the Bath in tho year 1674. 238 | Song.—Phillis, be gentler, I advise ............. ib.

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To Corinna. A Song .............................. 240 l. The maimed Debauchee ........................ 24.7

Love and Life. A Song........................... ib. Upon Nothing ............................ ... 248

Song.—While on those lovely looks I gaze ... ib. Translation of some Lines in Lucretius......... ib.
Song.—To this moment a rebel, I throw down The latter Eud of the Chorus of the second
my arms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ib. Act of Seneca's Troas, translated ............ ib.

Upon his leaving his Mistress.. . 241 || To his sacred Majesty, on his Restoration in

Upon drinking in a Bowl ib. the Year 1660.................................... ib.

Song.—As Chloris, full of harmless thoughts... ib. To her sacred Majesty the Queen Mother, on

Song.—Give me leave to rail at you............ ib. the Death of Mary, Princess of Orange ... 249

The Answer.............................. ... ib. Epilogue.—Some few from wit have this true

Constancy. A Song .................. ........... 242 maxim got .............. ------------------------- ib-

Song.—My dear mistress has a heart ......... ib. An Allusion to the tenth Satire of the first

Song, in Imitation of Sir John Eaton ......... ib. Book of Horace ................................. ib.

A Letter from Artemisa in the Town, to Chloe To Sir Car Scrope ................................. 250

in the Country.................................... ib. Epilogue.—As charms are nonsense, nonsense

An Epistolary Essay from Lord Rochester to seems a charm ................................. ib.
Lord Mulgrave upon their mutual Poems .. 244 | Prologue spoken at the Court at Whitehall,

A Trial of the Poets for the Bays. In Imita- before King Charles II. By the Lady Eli-

tion of a Satire in Boileau .. .... 245 zabeth Howard ................................. 251

A Satire against Mankind ... . 246 | Elegy on the Earl of Rochester. By Mrs.
Postscript...... ...................................... 247 Wharton ........... ----------------- -------------- ib.

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POEMS OF ROS COMMON.

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson ............ 255 |Part of the fifth Scene of the second Act in

An Essay on translated Verse........ ..., 261 Guarini's Pastor Fido, translated .. ... 268

To the Earl of Roscommon, on his Essay The Dream ................................ ---------- 269

on translated Verse, by Dr. Chetwood, The Ghost of the old House of Commons, to

1684.... ........................................... 262 the new One, appointed to meet at Oxford. ib.

To the Earl of Roscommon, occasioned by his On the Death of a Lady's Dog....... ----------- ib.

Lordship's Essay on translated Verse. From Epilogue to Alexander the Great, when acted

the Latin of Mr. Charles Dryden. By Mr. at the Theatre in Dublin . -------- ib.

Needler ...... ..................... ............. 265 On the Day of Judgment ..... w------------------- 270

A Paraphrase on the cxlviiith Psalm ........ ib. Prologue to Pompey, a Tragedy, translated
A Prologue spoken to his royal Highness the by Mrs. Cath. Philips, from the French of
Duke of York at Edinburgh ........... ------- 266 Monsieur Corneille, and acted at the The-

Song, on a young Lady who sung finely, and atre in Dublin...... ------ ... ib.

was afraid of a Cold .............. ------------ ... ib. Ross's Ghost....................... - - ------------ ... 271

Virgil's sixth Eclogue, Silenus ... ib. | The sixth Ode of the third Book of Horace.

"Ode upon Solitude ............................. ... 267 || Of the Corruption of the Times............... ib.

The twenty-second Ode of the first Book of Translation of the following Verse from Lucan.

... 268 Victrix causa diis placuit, sed victa Catoni ib.

ib. Horace's Art of Poetry ........................... 272

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POEMS OF POM FRET.

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The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson ............ 303 || On the Marriage of the Earl of A– with the
--- ... 305 Countess of S- .............................. 323

To Choice -----------------.................... ..... 307 An Inscription for the Monument of Diana,
lure Triumphant over Reason. A Vision ... 308 Countess of Oxford and Elgin ............... 324

he Fortunate Complaint ....................... . 313|The foregoing Inscription attempted in Eng-
Sophon's Love for Delia, justified. In an lish ........... - - - - - - ------------------------------ ib.
Epistle to Celadon .............................. 314 | Upon the Divine Attributes. A Pindaric Essay ib.

fostle to Delia --------........................... . 31.5 | Eleazar's Lamentation over Jerusalein. Pa-
A pastoral Essay on the Death of Queen raphrased out of Josephus..................... 52s
Mary, Anno 1694 ....................... ...... 316 || A Prospect of Death. A Pindaric Essay .... 329

so a Painter drawing Dorinda's Picture ...... 320

so the Painter, after he had finished Dorin- "

da’s Picture----------............................. ib.

suchy and Lust. An epistolary Essay...... ib.

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POEMS OF J. PIIILIPS.

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The Author's I ife, by Dr. Johnson ............ 376 Ode to Henry St. John, Esq. 1706........... .... 384.

The Author's designed Dedication to the Cider, a Poem, in two Books:

Splendid Shilling................................. 377 | Book ". ............................................ 385

The Spiendid Shilling .. ... 379 Book II. .... ... 391

Blenheim............................................. 380 Cerealia, 1706........ ... 396

Ode ad Henricum St. John, Armig. 1706 ..... 384 || Bacchanalian Song................................. 397

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POEMS OF JAPALSII.

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson ............ 401 || Thraso ................................................ 411

Preface................................ --- ... 403 || Gripe and Shifter....... ...................... ..... ib.
To his Book...... .................... ... 407 lia, u some Alterations in he - ib.
..o.o.o. o.o...". "...".*: ;

Epigram.–Written in a Lady's Table:Book... ib. stie Despairing Lover................ ... ib.

Foegv.—The Power of Verse. To his Mistress ib. Song.—of at the torments, all the cares. ib.

Jealousy. ............................................ . 408 A Song to Phyllis .............. - - - - - - - - - - - - ... ib.

Cure of Jealousy. “. .'; Phyllis's Resolution ............................. 413

Sonnet-Poath ......; - *|An Epistle to a Lady who had resolved against

Elegy.—To his False Mistress ... ib. Marriage ....................... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ... ... ib.

Upon the same Occasion ....... • * | Clelia to trania. An ode....................... ib.

The Antidotc ................ * b. Song.—Though Celia's born to be adored ib.

Upon a Favour off red “ .'; Loving one I never saw ........................... ib.

The Reconcileinent................................. 410

Dialogue between a Lover and his Friend ... ib. i’ASTORAL ecloGUES.

Epigram.–Lyce..................... ... ib. Eclogue I. Daphne .............................. 414

The Fair Mourner ....... --------- ib. II. Galatea .................... - - - - - - - - - - 4.15

Epigram —To his False Mistress ... ib. III. Damon. Taken from the eighth

Epigram.—Love and Jealousy .................. ib. Eclogue of Virgil ............... ib.

Elegy.—The Petition. In Imitation of Ca- IV. Lycon ................................. 416

tullus ................. .... ... 411 - -

------- :::: ... ... - Delia lamenting the Death of Mrs. Tempest,

Elegy, upon quitting "... --- ... ib. who died o the Day of the great §. 4.17

To his Mistress, against Marriage............... ib. Horace, Ode iii. Book iii. Imitated, 1705 ... ib.

The Golden Age restored, 1703. An Imita-

Epicrams. tion of the fourth Eclogue of Virgil: sup-
Cbloc .................... -------- -------------------- ib. posed to have been taken from a Sibylline
Cornus............. -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ..... ib. Prophecy..................................” “... 4.18

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POEMIS OF DRYDEN.

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson ........ ... 423 Character of Dryden, from an Ode of Gray... 494

| To the unknown Author of Absalom and Achi-

versps in Praise of DRYDEN. tophel ... .......................................... ib.

On Dryden's Religio Laici. By the Earl of To the concealed Author of Absalom and Achi-

Roscommon..... ......- - - - - - - - - - ----------------- 493 | tophel ............................................. 495

To my Friend, Mr. John Dryden, on his seve- Upon the Author of the Medal .................. ib.
ral excellent Translations of the ancient To the unknown Author of the Medal and
Poets. By Lord Lansdowne .................. ib. Absalom and Achitophel ........... ........ ... ib.

To Mr. Dryden, by Joseph Addison, Esq....... 494 || To Mr. Dryden, on his Religio Laici............ 496

From Addison's Account of the English Poets. ib. To Mr. Dryden, upon his Translation of the

On Alexander's Feast: or, the Power of Mu- Third Book of Virgil's Georgics. A Pin-

sic, an Ode. From Mr. Pope's Essay on daric Ode. By Mr. John Dennis........... ... ib.

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