Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs, and Other Pieces

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The aged Lover renounceth Love
113
Take thy old Cloak about thee
119
Marlow
128
Gentle River Gentle River Translated
166
On the Death of King Edward I
172
For tlieJ5cJiy_alAgincourt
179
A Balet by the Earl Rivers 135
185
Tho Gaberlunzie Man Scottish By King
191
GentloHerdsman tell to me
197
A Ballad of Luther the Pope a Cardinal and a Husbandman
209
John Anderson my Jo A Scottish Song
211
Little John Nobody
212
The Heir of Linne
214
Gascoignes Praise of the fair Bridges afterwards Lady Sandes
218
Fair Rosamond By Thomas Delono
220
Queen Eleanors Confession
224
The Sturdy Rock
226
An Essay on the word FIT and the Ancient Ballad Singing
231
Fancy and Desire By the Earl of Oxford
233
Sir Andrew Burton
234
Lady Anne Bothwells Lament A Scot tish Song
239
The Murder of the King of Scots
240
A Sonnet by Queen Elizabeth
241
The King of Scots and And Browne By W Klderton
242
The Bonny Earl of Hurray A Scottish Song
244
Young Waters A Scottish Song
245
Mury Ainbree
246
Brave Lord Willoughby
249
Victorious Men of Earth By James Shir ley
250
The Winning of Cales
251
The Spanish Ladys Lore
252
Argentile nml Curan By W Warner
254
Conns Fate
259
Corydons Doleful Knell
264
Essay on the Metre of Pierce Plowmans Visions
265
The Complaint of Conscience
272
Plain Truth and Blind Ignorance
274
The Wandering Jew
276
The Lye By Sir W Raleigh
278
Verses viz two Sonnets by King James I
279
King John and the Abbot of Canterbury 230
280
You Meaner Beauties By Sir II Wotton
283
Hardyknute A Scottish Fragment
285
To Althea from Prison By Col Lovelace 2S6 11 The Downfall of Charing Cross
287
Loyalty Confined By Sir Roger LEs trange
288
Verses by King Charles I
289
Admiral Hosiers Ghost By Mr Glover
304
SERIES THE THIRD BOOK THE FIRST
305
Esssy on the Ancient Metrical Romances 806
306
The Boy and the Mantle
320
The Marriage of Sir Gawaine
324
King Ryences Challenge
328
King Arthurs Death A Fragment
329
The Legend of King Arthur
332
A Dyttie to Hey Donne
333
Glasgerion
334
Old Robin of Portingale 335
335
Child Waters
337
Phillidn and Corydon By Nio Breton
340
Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard
341
The Ewbugbts Marion A Scottish Song
343
The Shepherds Address to his Muse By N Breton 15 Lord Thomas and Fair Ellinor
345
Cupid and Campaspc By John Lilye 17 The Lady turned Serving
347
AS Gil Child Morrice A Scottish Ballad S BOOK THE SECOKD 1 The Legend of Sir
352
Guy and Amarant By Sam Rowlands 3 The Auld Goodman A Scottish Song 4 Fair Margaret and Sweet William
358
Barbara Allens Cruelty w Sweet Williams Ghost A Scottish Ballad 7 Sir John Grchme andBqrbara Allan Ditto 8 The BalifTs DauglAcr of Islington I
360
360
361
The TaSys Vail
364
Waly Waly Love be bonny A Scottish Song
368
The Lady Isabellas Tragedy
369
A Hue and Cry after Cupid By Ben Jon son
370
The King of Frances Daughter
371
Tho Sweet Neglect By Ben Jonson 874
374
is I 876
377
The Shepherds Resolution By G Wither
381
Queen Dido or the Wandering Prince of Troy
382
The Witches Song By Ben Jonson
384
Robin Goodfellow
385
ThoFairv_Qucen 887
388
The Birth of St George
390
Love will find out the
397
Hermit of Warkworth
435
Robin Hoods Death and Burial
447
The Frere and the Boye
454
Kempion
460
How a Merchande dyd hys Wyfe betray
470
Sir Agilthnrn
477
Frennet Hall
486
The Lovers Qnarrel or Cunids Triumph
495
Sir Gillum of Mydeltoun
502
The Doleful Death of Queen Jane
526
GLOSSARY
544

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