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The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson......... 3 Song:-Say, lovely dream! where couldst thoa

Dedication.......

29

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44

Preface to the First Edition of Mr. Waller's To Mrs. Braughton, servant to Sacharissa ib.
Poems, after the Restoration: printed in the At Pens-Hurst.

ib.

Year 1664 ..........

31 To my young Lady Lucy Sidney

45

Preface to the second part of Mr. Waller's

To Amoret ...

ib.

Poems: printed in the Year 1690............ 32 On the Friendship betwixt Sacharissa and
On the Danger his Majesty (being Prince) es-

Amoret.

caped in the Road at Saint Andero

35 To Amoret

46

Oa his Majesty's receiving the News of the

A la Malade .......

ib.

Duke of Buckingham's Death

36 Upon the Death of my Lady Rich..

To tbe King on his Navy

37 The Battle of the Summer Islands

47

On the taking of Sallee
ib. Song.-Peace, babbling Muse

48
On his Majesty repairing of St. Paul's......... ib. Of Love

49
To the Queen, occasioned upon Sight of her

'To Phillis

ib.

Majesty's Picture

38 To my Lord of Falkland...

ib.

Of the Queeni.

ib. For drinking of Healths

ib.

The Apology of Sleep, for not approaching the Song.-Chloris, farewell ! | Dow must go...... 50

Lady, who can do any thing but sleep when Of my Lady Isabella, playing on the Lute .. ib.

she pleaseth

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

Puerperium ...

ib. Of Mrs. Arden

ib.

To the Queen-Mother of France upon her Of the Marriage of the Dwarfs

ib.

landiny....

ib. Love's Farewell

51

The Country to my Lady of Carlisle............ 40 From a Child

ib.

The Countess of Carlisle in Mourning

ib. On a Girdle

ib.

In Answer to one who writ a Libel against the To the Mutable Pair..

ib.
Countess of Carlisle.........
ib. To Flavia. Song

ib.

Of her Chamber ...

ib, The Fall

52

To Phillis.........

41 | Of Sylvia

ib.

To my Lord of Northumberland, upon the The Bud

ib,
Death of his Lady

ib. Song.-Behold the brand of beauty tost!.. ib.

To my Lord Admiral, of his late Sickness and On the Discovery of a Lady's Painting..... ib.

Recovery ....

ib. To a Lady, from whom he received a Silver Pen 53

Song.--Stay, Phæbus, stay!

42 To Chloris

ib.

On my Lady Dorothy Sidney's Picture......... ib. Song.-While I listen to thy voice

ib.

To Van Dyck

ib. Of loving at first Sight

ih.

At Pens-Harst

jb. The Self-Banished

ib.

To my Lord of Leicester .......

43 | Song.-Go, lovely rose

ib.

Of the Lady who can sleep when she Thyrsis, Galatea

54

pleases .......

ib. On the Head of a Stag

ib.

Of her passing through a Crowd of People ... ib. The Miser's Speech : in a Masque.

ib,
of the Misreport of her being painted ib. To a Lady in Retirement

ib.
The Story of Phoebus and Daphne applied ib. Upon Ben Jonson.....

ib.

Fabula Phæbe et Daphnis .......

44 On Mr. John Fletcher's Plays

55.

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To Mr. George Sandys, on his Translation of Ad Comitem Monumetensem de Bentivoglio

some parts of the Bible .....

55

70

To Mr. Henry Lawes, who had then newly set To Mr. Killegrew, upon his altering lis Play,
a Song of mine, in the Year 1635 .

ib. Pandora, from a Tragedy into a Comedy,
To Sir William D'Avenant, upon his two First because not approved on the Stage

ib,
Books of Gondibert: written in France ..... ib. On the Duke of Monmouth's Expedition into
To my worthy Friend Mr. Wase, the Transla-

Scotland, in the summer Solstice

ib.

tor of Gratius

56 To a Friend of the Author, a Person of Honour,

To bis worthy Friend Master Evelyn, upon his who lately writ a religious Book, entitled,

Translation of Lucretias ....

ib. Historical Applications, and Occasional Me-

To his worthy Friend Sir Thos. Higgons, upon ditations upon several Subjects

ib.
his Translation of the Venetian Triumph... ib. To a Person of Honour, upon bis incomparable

Verses to Dr. John Rogers, on his taking the incomprehensible Poem, entitled, the British

Degree of Doctor in Physic at Padua, in the Princes

ib.

Year 1664

57 To Mr. Creech, on bis Translation of Lucretius

Coloris and Hylas. Made to a Saraband.. ib. The Triple Combat .

ib.
In Answer to Sir John Suckling's Verses ib. Of an Elegy made by Mrs. Wharton on the
To a friend, of the different Success of their Earl of Rochester

jb.

Loves....

58 | To Chloris......

72

An Apology for having loved before

ib. Upon our late loss of the Duke of Cambridge ib.

To Zelinda

ib. Instructions to a Painter, for the drawing of

To my Lady Morton, on New-year's Day, at the Posture and Progress of his Majesty's

the Louvre in Paris .....

ib. Forces at Sea, under the Command of his

To a fair Lady, playing with a Snake

59 Highness Royal, together with the Battle

The Night-Piece: or a Picture drawn in the and Victory obtained over the Dutch, June

dark

ib. 3, 1665..

ib,

Part of the fourth Book of Virgil's Æveis To the King

74

translated......

ib. A Presage of the Ruin of the Turkish Empire:

On the Picture of a fair Youth, taken after presented to bis Majesty King James II. on

he was dead....

60 bis. Birth-day

ib:

Oa a Brede of divers Colours, woven by four To the Dutchess, when he presented this Book

Ladies

61 to ber royal Highness

15

A Panegyric to my Lord Protector, of the These Verses were writ in the Tasso of her

present Greatness, and joint Interest, of bis

royal Highness..

ib.

Highness and this Nation

ib. On Mrs. Higgous ..

ib.

On our late War with Spain, and first Victory

at Sea near St. Lucar, 1651

62

Upon the Death of the Lord Protector.

63
Canto I.

76
To the King, upon his Majesty's happy Return ib.

II.

ib.
On St. James's Park, as lately improved by

III.

77

his Majesty

64

IV.

ib.

Of the Invasion and Defeat of the Turks, in

V.

ib.

the Year 1683

65

VI.

78

To the Queen, upon her Majesty's Birth-Day,

Elegy by Mr. Talbot, occasioned by reading
after her happy Recovery froin a dangerous

and transcribing Mr. Waller's Poem of

Sickness

66

Divine Love, after his Death

ib.

Sung by Mrs. Knight to her Majesty, on her

Birth-day

ib.

OF THE FEAR OF GOD, IN TWO CANTOS.

of her Majesty, on New-year's Day, 1683 ib.

Canto I.

ib.

Of Tea, commended by her Majesty

67

II.

79

Prologue for the Lady Actors : spoken before

King Charles II

ib.

OF DIVINE POESY. IN TWO CANTOS, OCCASIONED UPON

Of her royal Highness, Mother to the Prince

SIGHT OF THE 53RD CHAPTER OF ISAIAH TURNED INTO

of Orange: aud of her Portrait, written by

VERSE BY MRS. WHARTON.

the late Dutchess of York while she lived

with her........

ib. Canto I.

ib.

To the Dutchess of Orleans, when she was

II.

80

taking Leave of the Court, at Dover......... ib. On the Paraphrase of the Lord's Prayer, writ-
Upon his Majesty's New Buildings at Somer- ten by Mrs. Wharton

ib.
set House

ib. Some Reflections of his upon the several Peti-

Ou a Tree cut in Paper

08 tions in the same Prayer......

ib

To a Lary, from whom he received the fore- On the foregoing Divine Poems

8i

goingCopy, which for many Years bad been lost ib.

Of the Lady Mary, Princess of Orange ib.

EPIGRAMS, EPITAPHS, AND FRACMEN IS.

O To the Prince of Orange, 1677.

ib. Epigram.-- 'rom Rex Redux

ib.

Of English Verse....

69 Under a Lady's Picture

ib,

Upon the Earl of Roscommon's Translation of Of a Lady who writ in Praise of Myra.... ib.

Horace, De Arte Poetica : and of the Use To one married to an old Man

ib.

of Poetry

ib. An Epigram on a painted Lady with ill Teeth ib.

ib.

NUDIBRAS.

II. ..........
II.........

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson......... 57 fore the Duke of York, upon his Birth-

day

200

IN THREE PARTS.

Epilogue to the same. To the Dutchess ib.

Upon Philip Nge's Thanksgiving Beard

ib.

Part I. Canto I.

95

Satire upon the Weakness and Misery of Man 201

II.

102

Satire upon the licentious Age of Charles Il... 205

III.

111

205

Part II. Canto 1.

Satire opon Gaming.......

122

Satire to a bad Poet.....

ib. -

129

Satire on our ridiculous Imitation of the French 206 -

135

207

An Heroical Epistle of Hudibras to Sidrophel. 144

Satire upon Drunkenness..

Satire upon Marriage

208

Part II. Canto I.

146

Satire upon Plagiaries...

209

11.

157

III.

Satire, in two Parts, upon the Imperfection

170

An Heroical Epistle of Hudibras to his Lady. 176 Fragments of an intended second part of the

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

The Lady's Answer to the Knight

178

foregoing Satire

212

THE GENUINE REMAINS OF SAMUEL BUTLER.

Upon an hypocritical Nonconformist. A Pin.

daric Ode..

214

Preface......

185 Upon modern Critics. A Pindaric Ode 216

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 Pass at a Cater- berated about making Oliver King.. 219

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

To the honourable Edward Howard, Esq. upon

Oliver Cromwell. Part I.....

ib.

bis incomparable Poem of the British Princes 197

II.

920

A Palinode to the honourable Edward Howard, Miscellaneous Thoughts

ib.

Esq. upon his incomparable Poem of the Triplets upon Avarice

227

British Prioces.....

'ib. Description of Holland

ib.

A Panegyric upon Sir Johu Denham's Recovery To his Mistress

ib.

from his Madness

198 To the same....

ib.

Upon Critics, who judge of inodern 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

229

ib.

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