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N the Earl of Peterborough's happy Negotiation

of the Marriage between his Royal Highness and the Princess Mary d’Este of Modena Page 125 Spoken by the Author, being then but Twelve

Years of Age, to her Royal Highness the Dutchess

of York, at Trinity-College in Cambridge 128 To the King, in the First Year of his Majesty's Reign 129 To the King

130 To the King

ibid. Mr. Waller to the Author, on his foregoing Verses to the King

131 To Mr. Waller

ibid. To the immortal Memory of Mr. Waller, upon his Death

132 On the Queen's Picture, given in Exchange for another

134 On the Queen

135 Love

ibid. The Progress of Beauty On my Lady Hyde, having the Small-Pox To Myra

148

ibid. To Myra. Song To Myra. The Surrender

149 To Myra. Song

150 Y

To

136 147

158

ibid.

To Myra. Loving at First Sight

Page Igi
To Myra.

152
In Praise of Myra

153
My Lady Hyde, sitting for her Picture

155
Written in a Garden in the North

156
To Daphne

157
To a very learned young Lady

ibid,
Thyrsis and Delia
My Lady Hyde

159
An Apology for an Unseasonable Surprize

160
Myra Singing

161
Myra in her Riding Habit
Song to Myra

162
Song to Myra

ibid.
To Myra
Myra's Parrot
To Myra

ibid.
The Discovery. To the Countess of Nt 166
Myra at a Review

167
To Myra

ibid.
To Myra

168
To Myra. Song

ibid.
To Myra. The Enchantment. In Imitation of

the Pharmaceutria of Theocritus
To Myra. The Vision.
Song To Myra

I lo
Death

ibid.
Şent the Author into the Country. Written by a Lady 182
Occasioned by the foregoing

183
An Imitation of the Second Chorus in the Second
Act of Seneca's Thyestes

186

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To Flavia. Her Gardens having escaped a Flood

that had destroyed all the Fruits of the Ground
in her Neighbourhood

Page 212
Written in a Novel, entitled, Les Malheurs de
l'Amour

213
Prologue to the She-Gallants

ibid.
Epilogue to the same. Spoken by Mrs. Bracegirdle
in Mens Cloaths

215
Epilogue to the Jew of Venice

216
Prologue to the British Enchanters

217
Epilogue design'd for the same
Prologue to Mr. Higgons's excellent Tragedy, called

The Generous Conqueror
Peleus and Thetis. A Masque
Written under Mrs. Hare's Name upon a Drinking-
Glass

228
Written under the Dutchess of Bolton's Name upon
a Drinking-Glass

ibid.
A Latin Inscription on a Medal for Lewis XIV.
Englished, and applied to the Queen

ibid.
A Morning Hymn. To her Grace the Dutchess
of Hamilton

ibid.
An Essay upon Unnatural Flights in Poetry
A Character of Mr. Wycherley

235
Verses written in a Leaf of the Author's Poems, pre-

sented to the Queen. The Muse's last Dying Song 237
Written in a Leaf of the same Poems, presented to

the Princess Royal
The British Enchanters : or, No Magic like Love.
A Dramatic Poem

259
THE END OF LANSDOWNE'S POEMS.

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