The passionate Shepherd to his Love
Love's servile Lot
The Nymphs to their May Queen (from England's
Fairy Queen, Book I. Canto III.
Book II, Canto VI.
Sir Guyon, guided by the Palmer Temperance, passes
the Dangers of the Bower of Bliss
Glauce and Britomart exploring the Cave of Merlin 208
Belphoebe finds Timias wounded, and conveys him to
her Dwelling (Book III. Canto V.)
From his Sonnets. Sonnet LXXXVI.
POETRY OF UNCERTAIN AUTHORS OF THE END
OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY
The Soul's Errand (from Davison's Poetical Rhapsody) 220
Canzonet (from Davison's Rhapsody, Edit. 1608) 223
From the Phenix Nest, Edit. 1593
From the same.
Songs. From Wilby's Madrigals, Edit, 1598
From Bird's Collection of Songs, &c.
From Weelkes's Madrigals, Edit. 1604 231
From Bateson's Madrigals, Edit. 1606
To his Love (from England's Helicon)
Cupid and Campaspe
Song. From Alexander and Campaspe
From Mother Bombie
Thanks for a Summer's Day