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XXVII. The Power of Will, and Relation
HYMNS OF ASTREA, IN ACROSTIC VERSE,
between the Wit and Will.......... . 93 Hymn I. Of Astrea
XXVIII. The intellectual Memory .
XXIX. The Dependency of the Soul's Fa-
culties upon each other....... ib. IV. To the Month of May
XXX. That the Soul is immortal, proved
1. Drawn from the Desire of Know-
94 VIII. To all the Princes of Europe......... ib.
2. Drawn from the Notion oftheSoul ib. IX. To Flora
3. From Contempt of Death in the
4. From the Fear of Death in the
5. From the general Desire of Im-
XIV. Of the Sun-beams of her Miod...... ib.
6. From the very Doubt and Dispu-
XXXI. That the Soul cannot be destroyed 96 XVIII. Of her Fancy
XXXII. Objections against the Immor-
XIX. Of the Organs of her Mind
tality of the Soul, with their
XX. Of the Passions of her Heart.
97 XXI. Of the innumerable Virtues of her
Xxv. ° Of her Moderation...............
XXXII. Three Kinds of Life, answerable, :*xva: 70 Envy:
16. quity, and Excellency of Dancing. In a Dia.
ib;! :logue betgreen Penelope and one of her
The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers.......... 115 | The Dream
To Jolin Donne
A Nocturnal upon St. Lucie's Day, being the
Song:--Go and catch a falling star
ib. A Valediction forbidding Mourning
Song.--Sweetest love, I do not go
ib. The Primrose ; being at Mountgomery Castle,
130 upon the Hill on which it is situate
A Valediction of my Name, in the Window... ib. A Jet Ring sent
ib. Song.--Soul's joy, now I am gone....
Song:- Dear love, continue nice and chaste .. ib. To Sir Henry Wootton
142 To the Countess of Bedford
To Sir Edward Herbert, since Lord Herbert of
Cherbury, being at the Siege of Julyers .... ib.
ib. To the Countess of Bedford
jb. To the Countess of Bedford. On New Year's
ib. To the Countess of Huntingdon..
To E. of D, with six holy Sonnets
To Sir Henry Wootton, at his going Ambassa-
To the Countess of Huntingdon ..
VI. Oh ! let me not serve so, as those men
A Dialogue between Sir Henry Wootton and
VI. Nature's lay idiot, I taught thee to
A Letter to the Lady Carey, and Mrs. Essex
To the Countess of Salisbury. August, 1614. ib.
XII. C'pon the Loss of his Mistress's Chain
for which he made Satisfaction...... 147 To Ben Jonson. Nov. 9, 1603
XIII. Come, Fates, I fear you not
XIV. His Parting from her.................
XVI. A Tale of a Citizen and his Wife...... ib.
Anatomy of the World. Wherein, by occa-
XVIJI. Whoever loves, if he do not propose. ib.
sion of the untimely death of Mrs. Eliza-
XIX. To his Mistress going to Bed
beth Drury, the frailty and decay of the
whole is represented. The First Anniversary 176
An Epithalamium on Frederick Count Pala- A Funeral Elegy ..
tine of the Rhyne and the Lady Elizabeth, Of the Progress of the Soul. Wherein by oc-
being married on St. Valentine's Day
casion of the religious death of Mrs. Eliza-
Eclogue, December, 26, 1613. Allophanes
beth Drury, the incommodities of the soul
finding Idios in the country in Christmas in this life, and her exaltation in the next,
time, reprehends bis absence from court, at
are coutemplated. The Second Anniver-
the marriage of the earl of Somerset; Idios
gives an account of his purpose therein, and
152 EPICEDES AND OBSEQUIES UPON THE DEATHS OF SUNDRY
Epithalamium made at Lincoln's Inn
An Elegy on the untimely Death of the incom-
Obsequies on the Lord Harrington, &c. To
Elegy.- That I might make my cabinet your
LETTERS TO SEVERAL PERSONAGES.
To Mr. Christopher Brook, from the Island
Voyage with the Earl of Essex. The Storm 164
ib. Upon Mr. Thomas Coryat's Crudities
ELEGIES UPON THE AUTHOR.
ib. Hymn to God, my God, in my Sickness 209
ib. | A Hymn to God the Father
ib. To the Memory of my ever desired Friend Dr.
197 In Obitum venerabilis Viri Johannis Donne,
ib. On the Death of Doctor Donne, by Edw. Hyde 211
ib. On Dr. Donne, by Dr. C. B. of O..
200 | An Elegy upon the Death of the incompara-
An Hymn to the Saints, and to Marquis Ha- ble Dr. Donne, by Henry Valentine
An Elegy upon Dr. Donne..........
On Dr. John Donne, late Dean of St. Paul's,
Upon the Translation of the Psalms, by Sir
Philip Sydney and the Countess of Pem-
An Elegy upon the Dean of St. Paul's, Dr.
John Donne, by Mr. Thomas Carey . 214
An Elegy on Dr. Donne, by Sir Lucius Cary... ib.
Ode.-Vengeance will sit above our faults, On Dr. Donne's Death, by Mr. Mayne of
To Mr. Tillman, after he had taken Orders... ib.
Upon Mr. J. Donne and his Poems, by Arch.
Epitaph upon Dr. Donne, by Endy. Porter... ib.
ib. In Memory of Dr. Donne, by Mr. R. B. ib.
The Lamentations of Jeremy, for the most part Epitaph
To Lucy Countess of Bedford, with Mr. Donne's
206 | To John Donne, by Ben Jonson.
The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers...... 221 Book 3.- Prologue
Analysis of Bishop Hall's Satires, by Mr. Warton 226
ib. Book 4.—The Author's Charge to his second
Collection of Satires, called Biting
Satire IX .........
267 Book 5.-Satire I.
ib. Book 6.-Satire I.
269 Anthemes for the Cathedral of Exeter
ib. On Mr. Greenham's Book of the Sabbath 285
ib. Elegy on Dr, Whitaker ....
Tag Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers..... 289 Chorus Fourth.........
Aurora, containing the first Fancies of the Chorus Fifth
CHORUSSES TO TIE TRAGEDY OF DARIUS.
DOOMES-DAY; OR, THE GREAT DAY OF THE LORD'S IVDGE- Chorus First............
Encomiuin by Drummond.........
CHORUSSES IN THE ALEXANDREAN TRAGEDY.
Jonathan; an Heroic Poeme intended. The
Dedication of the Tragedy of Crcesus. To his
Some Verses written to his Majestie by the
To the Author of the Monarchicke Tragedies,
Authoure at the Time of his Majestie's First
Some Verses written shortly thereafter by Rea-
neere vnto the Author's House, wherevpon
his Majestie was sometimes wont to hawke. ib.
425 Verses prefixed to Bishop Abernethy's “ Chris-
ib. tiau and Heavenly Treatise, containing Phy-
The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers 445 | Song.-Oh doe not wanton with those eyes ... 463
In the Person of Womankind. A Song apolo-
Another. In Defence of their Inconstancie... 464
The Sinner's Sacrifice. To the Holy Trinitie ib. Against Jealousy.....
A Hymne on the Nativitie of my Saviour... ib. An Epitaph on Master Vincent Corbet.......... ib.
A Celebration of Charis, in ten lyrick Pieces : An Epistle to Sir Edward Sackvile, now Earle
ib. An Epistle to Master John Selden......... 466
461 An Epistle to a friend, to persuade him to
ib. An Epitaph on Master Philip Gray
VI. Clayming a second Kisse by Desert 462 | Epistle to a Friend
VII. Begging another, on Colour of mending Elegie.-Can beautie, that did prompt me
ib. Elegie.-By those bright eyes, at whose im-
IX. Her Man described by her owne Dicta-
I. Another Ladye's Exception, present at
465 | Elegie. --Though beauty be the marke of
The Musicali Strife, in a Pastorall Dialogue .. ib. praise
IV. Her Triumph
470 To the immortall Memorie and Friendship of
The Mind of the Frontispiece to a Booke...... ib. that noble Paire, Sir Lucius Cary, and Sir
An Ode to James Earle of Desmond, writ in
Queene Elizabeth's Time, since lost, and To the right hon, the Lord High Treasurer of
England an Epistle Mendicant, 1631
471 To the King on his Birth-day, Nov. 19, 1632.
Ode.-Hellen, did Homer never see...
A Sonnet, to the noble Lady, the Lady Mary To the right hon. Hierome, Lord Weston, an
472 Ode gratulatorie, for his Return from his
An Epigram on William Lord Burleigh, Lord Epithalamion: or, a Song, celebrating the nup-
ib. tials of Mr. Hierome Weston..
An Epigram to Thomas Lord Elsmere, the The humble Petition of Poore Ben
ib. To the right honourable, the Lord Treasurer
An Epigram to the Councellour that pleaded An Epigram to my Muse, the Lady Digby, on
ib. her Husband Sir Kenelme Digby
New years expect new gifts : sister, your harpe ib.
Epitaph.—What beautie would have lovely A New Years Gift, sung to King Charles, 1635 ib.
Song:--Come let us here enjoy the shade...... ib. To my Lord the King, on the Christning his
Elegie.- 'Tis true, I'm broke! vows, oathes, An Elegy on the Lady Anne Pawlet, Marchio-
Elegie.—To make the doubt cleare, that no Eupheme; or the Faire Fame, left to Posterity
of that truly noble Lady, the Lady Venetia
Elegie. -That love's a bitter sweet, I ne're Digby, &c.
I. The Dedication of her Cradle.......... i5.
Elegie.-Since you must goe, and I must bid
Elegie.—Let me be what I am, as Virgil cold. ib. IV. The Mind
477 | To Kenelme, John, George....
478 IX. Elegie on my Muse, the truly honoured
An Epistle to Master Arth. Squib ...... 479 Lady, the Lady Venetia Digby; who living
ib. ANTOOEN 21E, or Relation to the Saints ib.
An Epistle to one that asked to be scaled of The Praises of a Country Life, from Horace's
ib. Beatus ille, qui procul negotiis
The Dedication of the King's new Cellar. To From Horace, Ode the first, the fourth Booke.
An Epigram on the Court-Pucell
481 Ode IX. booke VI. To Lydia. Dialogue of
Au Epigrata to the Honoured--Countesse of— ib. Horace and Lydia ....
ib. From Martial, lib. viii. 77.
A Poem sent me by Sir William Burlase. The
My Answer. The Poet to the Painter........ 482
An Epigram to William, Farle of Newcastle.. ib. To the great example of honour and vertue,
ib. the most noble William, Earle of Pembroke,
Epigram to William Earle of Newcastle ib.
An Epitaph on Henry Lord La Ware. To the
Epigram.-That you have seene the pride,
An Epigram to King Charles for one Hundred
Pounds he sent me in my Sickness
To King Charles, and Queene Mary, for the Losse
XI. On Something that walks Soine-
of their First-born, an Epigram Consolatorie ib.
An Epigram to our great and good King Charles
An Epigram on the Prince's Birth
An Epigram to the Queene, then lying in, 1630 ib. XV. On Court Worme.......
An Ode, or Song, by all the Muses, in Celebra-
tion of her Majestie's Birth-day, 1630 ib. XVII. To the learned Critick.
An Epigram to the Household, 1630
485 XVIII. To my meere English Censurer ... ib.