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An answer to a copy of Verses sent me to The Given Love

57

Jersey

27

The Spring

58

The Tree of Knowledge, that there is no Written in Juice of Lemon

itid

knowledge. Against the Dogmatists

ibid Inconstancy

59

Reason, the use of it in divine matters 28 Not Fair

ibid

On the Death Mr. Crashaw

ibid Platonic Love

ibid

A Poem on the late Civil War

29

The Change

ibid

The Puritan and the Papilt. A Satire 34 Clad all in White

The Character of an holy Sister

36 | Leaving me, and then loving many

ibid

My Heart discovered

ibid

ANACREONTIQUES: OR, SOME COPIES Answer to the Platonics

61

OF VERSES, TRANSLATED PARA. The Vain Love. Loving one first because

PHRASTICALLY OUT OF

the could love Nobody, afterwards loving

her with Defire

ibid

ANACREON.
The Soul

ibid

1. Love

37

'The Paffions

62

11. Drinking

ibid

Wisdom

ibid

III. Beauty

ibid

The Duspair

ibid

IV. The Duel

ibid

The Wish

63

V. Age

38

ibid

My Diet

VI, The Account

ibid

The Thief

ibid

VII, Gold

ibid

All-over Love

64

VIII. The Epicure

ibid

Love and Life

ibid

IX. Another

ibid

The Bargain

ibid

X. The Grasshopper

39 | The Long Life

ibid

XI. The Swallow

ibid

Counsel

65

Elegy upon Anacreon, who was choaked by

Resolv'd to be belov'd

ibid

ibid

a grape-stone

The same

ibid

The Discovery

66

VERSES WRITTEN ON SEVERAL

Against Fruition

ibid

OCCASIONS.

Love undiscovered

ibid

Christ's Passion, taken out of a Greek Ode,

The given Heart

ibid

written by Mr. Masters, of New College,

The Prophet

67

in Oxford

40 The Resolution

ibid

ibid

Ode on Orinda's Poems

41 Called Inconstant

Ode upon occasion of a copy of Verses of my The Welcome

ibid

Lord Broghill's

42 The Heart Aed again

Ode. Mr. Cowley's Book presenting itself Women's Superstition

ibid

to the University Library of Oxford

ibid The Soul

ibid

Echo

ibid

Ode. Sitting and drinking in the Chair made
out of the Relics of Sir Francis Drake's The Rich Rival

ivid

Ship

43 Against Hope

69

44

Upon the Death of the Earl of Balcarres

ibid

For Hope

Ode. Upon Dr. Harvey

45 Love's Ingratitude

ibid

Ode, from Catullus. Acme and Septimius ibid The Frailty

Coldncfs

ibid

Ode upon his Majesty's Restoration and Re-

turn

ibid

46 | Enjoyment

ibid

On the Queen's repairing Somerset-house

50 Sleep

The Complaint

51 Beauty

On Colonel Tuke's Tragi-Comedy,
« The The Parting

ibid

Adventures of Five Hours"

52 | My Picture

ibid

On the Death of Mrs. Katharine Philips ibid The Concealment

ibid

Hymn to Light

53 | The Monopoly

7%

To the Royal Society

54 | The Distance

ibid

ibid

Upon the Chair made out of Sir Francis The Increase
Drake's Ship, presented to the University Love's Visibility

ibid

Library of Oxford, by John Davis, of Looking on, and discoursing with, his Mistress 73

Deptford, Esquire,

56 Resolved to love

ibid

ibid

Prologue to“ 'The Cutter of Colman-Street” ibid My Fate

The Heart-breaking

ibid
THE MISTRESS, OR SEVERAL COPIES The Usurpation

Maidenhead

ibid
OF LOVE-VERSES.
Impoflibilities

ibid
The Request

Silence

75

The Thraldom

57

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74

ibid

Page

'The Diffembler

75 A Discourse, by Way of Vision, concerning

The Inconstant

ibid the Government of Oliver Cromwell

135

Her Name

76

Weeping

ibid

Discretion

ibid

SEVERAL DISCOURSES, BY WAY OF

The Waiting-maid

ibid ESSAYS, IN VERSE AND PROSE.

Counsel

ibid

1. Of Liberty

154

The Cure

ibid

Martial, Lib.J. Ep. lvi.

160

The Separation

ibid

Martial, Lib. 11. Ep. liii

ibid

The Tree

ibid

Martial, Lib. 11. Ep. lxviii.

161

Her Unbelief

78

Ode upon Liberty

ibid

The Gazers

ibid

II. Of Solitude

164

Thc incurable

III. Of Obscurity

167

Honour

Seneca, ex Thieste, AA II. Chor. 16:

The innocent III

,79 IV. Of Agriculture

169

Dialogue

A Translation out of Virgil. Georg.

Verses upon a loft Wager

Lib. il

174

Bathing in the River

ibid

Hor. Epod. Ode IT.

176

Love given over

ibid

The Conntry Mouse. A Paraphrase

The Force of Love

81

upon Horace, Book II. Sat vi.

177

Epigram on the Power of Love

ibid

A Paraphrase upon the icth Epistle

of the first Book of Horace 179

PINDARIC ODES, WRITTEN IN IMITA-

The Country Life. Lib. IV. Plan-

TION OF THE STYLE AND MANNER

181

OF THE ODES OF PIND:AR.

V. The Garden. To J. Evelyn, Esquire 132

187

VI. Of Greatness

Preface

82

Horace, Lib. III. Ode I.

The second Olympic Ode of Pindar

VII. Of Avarice

192

The First Nemaan Ode of Pindar

The Praise of Pindar. In Imitation of Ho-

A Paraphrase on Horace, B. III.

Od. xvi.

195

race's second Ode, B. IV.

86

The Resurrection

87

VIII. The Dangers of an honest Man in much

Company

ibid

196

The Muse

Claudian's Old Man of Verona

199

To Mr. Hobbes

88

IX. The Shortness of life, and Uncertainty

Destiny

89

of Riches

205

Brutus

ibid

To Dr. Scarborough

X. The Danger of Procrastination. A Letter

90

to Mr.S. L.

202

Life and Fame

91

Martial, Lib. V. Epigr. lix.

ibid

235

The Extasy

Martial, Lib. II. Epigr. xc.

ibid

To the New Year

92

XI. Of Myself

25

Life

53

Martial, Lib. X. Epigr. xlvii.

The xxxivth Chapter of the Prophet Isaiah ibid

Martial, Lib. X. Epigr. xcvi.

The Plagues of Egypt

94

Epitaphium vivi Auctoris

203

DAVIDEIS, A SACRED POEM OF THE A Proposition for the Advancement of Expe-

rimental Philosophy

ibid

TROUBLES OS DAVID. IN FOUR

The College

ibid

BOOKS.

Ofthe Professors, Scholars, Chaplain,

Davideis, Book I.

and other Officers

Book II.

The School

213

Book Ul.

II;

The Conclusion

Book IV.

123

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Windsor Castle
The Enchantment
The Poet's Complaint of his Musc; or a

Satire against Libels
Phædra to Hippolitus
Epistle to Mr. Duke
To Mr. Creech, upon his Translation of

Lucretius Epilogue, spoken upon his Royal Highness

38 Spoken to her Royal Highness on her Re43 turn from Scotland, in the Year 1682

Prologue to Mrs. Behr's “ City Heiress" 44 The Sixtcenth Ode of the Second Book of 51

Horace 53 The Complaint, a Song

Prologue to N. Lee's “ Constantine the 54

“ Great" The Beginning of a Pastoral on the Death

of his late Majesty 35

ib.

57

the Duke of York coming to the Theatre, Friday, April 21, 1682

ib.

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