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The Grove. By the Earl of Roscomon. p. 348
Prologue to his Royal Highness upon his
firf Appearance at the

Duke's Theatre,
since his Return from Scotlaad, 1682. 7P• 349

By Mr. Dryden. The Salisbury Ghoft.

P. 350 The Beginning of a Paftoral on the Death

of his Late Majesty. Written by Mr. p. 354

Otway. of Nature's Changes. From Lucretius, 2

Lib. V. By Sir Robert Howard. Elegy XI. Lib. V. De Trift. Ovid

complains of his three Years Banish- p. 360

ment. Upon the late Ingenious Translation of

Pere Simon's Critical History. By >p. 362

H. D. Esq; Horti Arlingtoniani. Ad Clariflimum Dominum, Henricum, Comitem P. 364

Arlingtonis, donc. Song.

P. 367 On the King's House now Building at?

Winchester.
To a Lady, (whom he never faw, nor had

any Description of) to prove he Loves >p. 370

her. By a Person of Quality. Song by the fame Hand.

p• 371

p. 372 On the Death of Melantha.

P. 373 To the Nightingale coming in the Spring.

Written by a Person of Quality in 1680.} Pe 375 An Elegy. Written by Mr. W.O. The Court-Prospect. By Mr. Ch, Hopkins. p. 383

3 P. 368

A Song.

p. 381

The

AB SALOM

A N D

ACHITOPHEL.

A

PO E M.

-Si Quis tamen Hec quoque, Si Quis Captus Amore Leget

The THIRD EDITION.
With a KE Y to both PARTS.

L O N D ON:

Printed in the Year MDCCXVI.

Τ Ο Τ Η Ε

READER

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N the Year 1680 Mr. Dryden un

dertook the Poem of Abfalom and Achitophel, upon the Defire of King Charles the Second. The Performance was applauded by every one ; and several Persons pressing him to write a Second Part, he, upon declining it himself, spoke to Mr. Tate to write one, and gave him bis Advice in the Direction of it; and that Part beginning Page 13, line 27. Next these, a Troop of busie Spirits

press,

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