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THE

WORKS

of the

ENGLISH POETS,

including the

SERIES EDITED,
PREFACES, BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL,
BY DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON:

AND

THE Most APPROVED TRAN SLATIONS.

The

ADDITIONAL LIVES
BY ALEXANDER CHALMERS, F. S. A.

IN TWENTY-ONE VOLUMES.

VOL. VIII.
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Song.—Say, lovely dream! where couldst thou

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To Mrs. Braughton, servant to Sacharissa ....

At Pens-Hurst.................................

To my young Lady Lucy Sidney

To Amoret............................... -------------

On the Friendship betwixt Sacharissa and

Amoret.............................................

To Amoret..

A la Malade........................

Upon the Death of my Lady Rich..

The Battle of the Summer Islands.

Song.—Peace, babbling Muse .....

Of Love ..................---------

To Phillis ...................

To my Lord of Falkland.

For drinking of Healths ..................... ---

Song.—Chloris, farewell ! I now must go......

Of my Lady Isabella, playing on the Lute ...

To a Lady singing a Song of his Composing...

Of Mrs. Arden ......................................

Of the Marriage of the Dwarfs .. ---

Love's Farewell ...................

From a Child ....

On a Girdle ........

To the Mutable Fair..

To Flavia. Song ..

The Fall .........

Of Sylvia ....

The Bud ......................................

Song.—Behold the brand of beauty tost!......

On the Discovery of a Lady's Painting.........

To a Lady, from whom he received a Silver Pen

To Chloris............................................

Song.—While I listen to thy voice -

Of loving at first Sight

The Self-Banished .....

Song.—Go, lovely rose

Thyrsis, Galatea .........

On the Head of a Stag ....

To a Lady in Retirement .........

The Miser's Speech: in a Masque.

Upon Ben Jonson.......................

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Epigram upon the Golden Medal ............... 81 | Epitaph on Sir George Speke.......: ... 82

Written on a Card that her Majesty tore at Epitaph on Colonel o Cavendish -- *

Ombre .............. .............................. ib. Epitaph on the Lady Sedley ........:::::::::::-- 3

To Mr Granville (afterwards Lord Lansdown) Epitaph to be written under the Latin Inscrip-
on his Verses to King James II ... ... ib. tion upon the Tomb of the only Son of th ib

Long and short Life................... 82 Lord Andover ......... ... p.

Translated out of Spanish .. . ib. Epitaph, unfinished ....................::::: :....... ib.

Translated out of French ......................... ib. Epitaph on Henry Dunch, Esq. in Newington ib

Some Verses of an imperfect Copy, designed Church in Oxfordshire, 1686................... 10.

for a Friend, on his Translation of Ovid's The Epitaph on Mr. W. *. in

Fasti ....................................... --------- ib. Beconsfield Church-yard, in Buckingham-

On the Statue of King Charles the First..at shire; written by Mr. Rymer, late Historio-

Charing Cross. . In the year 1674 ............ ib. grapher-Royal..................... --------------- 84

Pride .............. ...................... ib.

POEMS OF BUTLER.

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson.............. . 87 fore the Duke of York, upon his Birth-

- - day ................................................ 200

nudibras. IN THREE PARTS. o Epilogue to the same. To the Dutchess ....... ib.

- Upon Philip Nye's Thanksgiving Beard ........ ib.

Part I. came ----------------- ---------------- o: Satire upon the Weakness and Misery of Man 201

Iii. ---- 111 Satire upon the licentious Age of Charles II... 203

- - - -- - -- Satire upon Gaming................................. 205

Part II. cutoff - ---- ; Satire to a bad Poet................................. ib. -

iii. ... 135 Satire on our ridiculous Imitation of the French 206 -

An Heroical Epistle of Hudibras to Sidrophel. 144 *:::: . o: -- :

Part III. Canto I. .............................. ... ii.6 | Saoire upon Marriage ... - -

ls - 157 Satire upon Plagiaries.............................. 209

i i. ino Satire, in two Parts, upon the Imperfection

- ..'. - - and Abuse of human Learning. Part I...... 210 -

*: o:A. ... to his Lady. #. Fragments of an intended second Part of the

e Lady's Answer to the Knight............... l foregoing Satire .................................. 212

- Upon an hypocritical Nonconformist. A Pin-

THE GENUINE REMAINs of samuel. BUTLER. darie Ode......................................... . 214

Preface................................................ 185 Upon modern Critics. A Pindaric Ode ......... 216 of

The Elephant in the Moon............... ... 187 || To the happy Memory of the most renowned

The Elephant in the Moon. In long Verse...... 191 Du-Val. A Pindaric Ode........................ 217

- A Satire on the Royal Society. A Fragment... 195 A Ballad upon the Parliament, which deli-

Repartees between Cat and Puss at a Cater- berated about making Oliver King............ 219

wauling. In the modern heroic Way......... 196 || A Ballad in two Parts, conjectured to be on

To the honourable Edward Howard, Esq. upon Oliver Cromwell. Part I...................... ib.
his incomparable Poem of the British Princes 197 II. . 220

A Palinode to the honourable Edward Howard, Miscellaneous Thoughts ..... ib.

Esq. upon his incomparable Poem of the Triplets upon Avarice ... 227

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

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

POEMS OF ROCHESTER.

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson...... --------- 231 | The Advice ............................... - 238

Poema Cl. V. Joannis Passeratii, Regii in Aca- The Discovery ........... ----- 239

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

mum virum erricum memmium ............. 235 Grecian Kindness. A Song .. ib.

A Dialogile ...... -------- ---------------------------- 237 || The Mistress. A Song ............ ... ib.

A Pastoral Dialogue between Alexis and Stre- Song.—Absent from seei languish .. ... 240

phou. Written at the Bath in the year 1674. 238 | Song.—Phillis, be gentler, I advise ............. ib.

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