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PART II.

POEMS FROM RELIQUIE WOTTONIANE, 1651-1685,
WITH SOME ADDITIONS.

1. A Poem written by Sir Henry Wotton in his
youth; before 1602

II. Sir Henry Wotton and Serjeant Hoskins riding
on the way

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III. The Character of a Happy Life. By Sir H.
Wotton; circ. 1614

IV. This Hymn was made by Sir H. Wotton when
he was an Ambassador at Venice, in the time
of a great sickness there

v. Upon the Sudden Restraint of the Earl of So-
merset then falling from favour. By Sir H.
Wotton; 1615

VI. To a Noble Friend in his Sickness.

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By Sir H.

Wotton

VII. On his Mistress the Queen of Bohemia. By Sir
H. Wotton; circ. 1620

VIII. Tears at the Grave of Sir Albertus Morton, wept
by Sir H. Wotton; 1625

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IX. Upon the Death of Sir A. Morton's Wife. By
Sir H. Wotton; 1627

x. A short Hymn upon the Birth of Prince Charles.
By Sir H. Wotton; 1630

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XI. An Ode to the King, at his returning from
Scotland to the Queen, after his coronation
there. By Sir H. Wotton; 1633.

XII. On a Bank as I sat a-Fishing. By Sir H. Wot-
ton; circ. 1638

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XIII. A Translation of the civ. Psalm to the original
sense. By Sir H. Wotton


XIV. A Hymn to my God in a night of my late sick-
ness. By Sir H. Wotton; 1638 or 1639
XV. To the rarely Accomplished, and worthy of
best employment, Master Howell, upon his
Vocal Forest. By Sir H. Wotton; 1639 106
XVI. A Description of the Country's Recreations.
Author uncertain

XVII. A Farewell to the Vanities of the World. Author
uncertain

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