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XXVII. The Power of Will, and Relation

HYMNS OF ASTRIA, IN ACROSTIC VERSE.

between the Wit and Will.......... 93 Hymn I. Of Astrea

XXVIII. The intellectual Memory

ib.

II. To Astrea

XXIX. The Dependency of the Soul's Fa-

JII. To the Spring..

culties upon each other........ ib. IV. To the Month of May

XXX. That the Soul is immortal, proved

V. To the Lark

by several Reasons......

ib. VI. To the Nightingale.

1. Drawn from the Desire of Know-

VII. To the Rose...

ledge

94 VIII. To all the Princes of Europe.

2. Drawn from the Notion oftheSoul ib. IX. To Flora

3. From Contempt of Death in the

X. To the Month of September

better Sort of Spirits ....

95 XI. To the Sun ......

4. From the Fear of Death in the

XII. To her Picture

wicked Souls

XIII. Of ber Mind

5. From the general Desire of Im-

XIV. Of the Sun-beams of her Mind..

mortality

96 XV. Of her Wit.

6. From the very Doubt and Dispu-

XVI. Of her Will.....

tation of Immortality......... ib. XVII, Of her Memory

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

respective Answers .............

97 XXI. Of the innumerable Virtues of her

Objection 1. Apswer ib.

Mind

Objection 2. Answer 98

XXII. Of her Wisdom

Objection 3. Ansører:.

'XTU. Of hei Justice.......
Objection 4. Answert

XXIV. Of her Magnanimity

Objection 5. Answer 99

Xxv.°Of her Moderation....

XXXII. Three Kinds of Life, answerable. XXV7:40 Envy

to the three Powers of the: Orchesira; or, a Poem expressing the Anti-

Soul ......

16.

quity, and Excellency of Dancing. In a Dia.

XXXIV. The Conclusion

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Farewell to Love......

141 | To Mr. Rowland Woodward.

164

Song. —Dear love, continue nice and chaste .. ib. To Sir Henry Wootton

ib.

A Lecture upon the Shadow

142 To the Countess of Bedford

ib.

To the Countess of Bedford

165

EPIGRAMS.

To Sir Edward Herbert, since Lord Herbert of

142

Cherbury, being at the Siege of Julyers ib.

Pyramus and Thisbe

ib. To the Countess of Bedford

166

jb. To the Countess of Bedford. On New Year's

ib. Day.

ib.

ib. To the Countess of Huntingdon.......

167

ib. To Mr. J. W.

168

ib. To Mr. T. W..................................

ib.

ib.To Mr, T. W.......................................

ib.

ib. Incerto......

ib.

ib. To Mr. C. B.

ib.

Phryne

ib. To Mr. S. B.

169

ib.To Mr. B. B.

ib.

143 To Mr. R. W. .....................................

ib.

ib. To Mr. J. L.

ib.

To Mr. J. P.

ib.

To E. of D, with six holy Sonnets

170

To Sir Henry Wootton, at his going Ambassa-

ib.

dor to Venice

ib.

ib.

To Mrs. M. H.

ib.

144

To the Countess of Bedford

171

ib.

To the Countess of Huntingdon ...

ib.

VI. Ob ! let me not serve so, as those men

A Dialogue between Sir Henry Wootton and

ib.

Mr. Donne

172

VH. Nature's lay idiot, I taught thee to

To the Countess of Bedford

172

145

VIII. The Comparison

A Letter to the Lady Carey, and Mrs. Essex

ib.

Riche, from Amiens

173

IX. The Autumgal

146

To the Countess of Salisbury. August, 1614. ib.

ib.

To the Lady Bedford ....

ib.

XII. Upon the Loss of his Mistress's Chain

Sappho to Philænis.....

To Ben Jonson. Jan. 6, 1603

175

for which he made Satisfaction...... 147 To Ben Jonson. Nov. 9, 1603

jb.

XIII. Come, Fates, I fear you not

148

To Sir Thomas Rowe, 1603

ib.

XIV. His Parting from her....

ib.

149

FUNERAL ELEGIES.

XVI. A Tale of a Citizen and his Wife...... ib.

XVII. The Expostulation

150 | Anatomy of the World. Wherein, by occa-

XVIII. Whoever loves, if he do not propose.

ib.

sion of the untimely death of Mrs. Eliza-

XIX. To his Mistress going to Bed 151

beth Drury, the frailty and decay of the

whole is represented. The First Anniversary 176

An Epithalamium on Frederick Connt Pala A Funeral Elegy

180

tine of the Rhyne and the Lady Elizabeth,

Of the Progress of the Soul. Wherein by oc-

being married ou St. Valentine's Day ib.

casion of the religious death of Mrs. Eliza-

Eclogue, December, 26, 1613. Allophanes beth Drury, the incommodities of the soul

finding Idios jo the country in Christmas in this life, and her exaltation in the next,

time, reprehends his absence from court, at

are coutemplated. The Second Anniver-

the marriage of the earl of Somerset; Idios

sary

ib,

gives an account of his purpose therein, and

of his actions there .......

152 EPICEDES AND OBSEQUIES UPON THE DEATHS OF SUNDRY

Epithalamium made at Lincoln's Inn

154

PERSONAGES.

SATIRES.

An Elegy on the untimely Death of the incom-

parable Prince Henry....

185

1.

155

II.

Obsequies on the Lord Harrington, &c. To

156

the Countess of Bedford

186

III.

157

On the Lady Markham ......

188

IV...

158

On Mistress Boulstred

ib.

159

On his Wife.....

189

On himself

ib.

VII..

161

Elegy.-That I might make my cabinet your

tomb

ib.

LETTERS TO SEVERAL PERSONAGES.

On Mistress Boulstred

190

To Mr. Christopher Brook, from the Island

On the Lord C.

ib.

Voyage with the Earl of Essex. The Storm 162

The Calm.........

ib. Upon Mr. Thomas Coryat's Crudities

ib.

To Sir Henry Wootton

163 Sonnet.-'The Token

191

To Sir Henry Goodyere

ib. The Progress of the Soul

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DIVINE POEMS.

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Chapter. III.

206

Holy Sonnets.

IV.

208

1. La Corona

196

V.

ib.

II. Annunciation

ib. Hymn to God, my God, in my Sickness

209

III. Nativity

ib. A Hymn to God the Father

ib.

IV. Temple

ib.

V. Miracles ..

ib.

ELEGIES UPON THE AUTHOR.

VI. Resurrection

ib. To the Memory of my ever desired Friend Dr.

VII. Ascension

ib.

Donne, by H. K. .

210

Sixteen others without titles

197 Io Obitum venerabilis Viri Johannis Donne,

On the Blessed Virgin Mary

199 by Daniel Damelly.

ib.

The Cross.....

ib. On the Death of Doctor Donne, by Edw. Hyde 211

Psalm CXXXVII.

ib. On Dr. Donne, by Dr. C. B. of O..

ib.

Resurrection

200 | An Elegy upon the Death of the incompara-

An Hymn to the Saints, and to Marquis Ha-

ble Dr. Donne, by Henry Valentine

ib.

milton, addressed to Sir Robert Carr......... ib. An Elegy upon Dr. Donne..........

The Annunciation and Passion

201 Elegy on Dr. Donne

213

Good Friday, 1613 ........

ib. On Dr. John Donne, late Dean of St. Pani's,

The Litany

201

London, by J. Chudlcigh

213

Upon the Translation of the Psalms, by Sir

An Elegy upon the Dean of St. Paul's, Dr.
Philip Sydney and the Countess of Pem-

John Donne, by Mr. Thomas Carey. 214

broke his Sister

204

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

but till...

ib.

Christ-church in Oxford.

215

To Mr. Tillman, after he had taken Orders... ib. Upon Mr. J. Donne and his Poems, by Arch.
A Hymn to Christ, at the Author's last going

216

into Germany

205 Epitaph upon Dr. Donne, by Endy. Porter... ib.

On the Sacrament

ib. In Memory of Dr. Donne, by Mr. R. B. ib.

The Lamentations of Jeremy, for the most part Epitaph

217

according to Tremellius :

To Lucy Countess of Bedford, with Mr. Donne's

Chapter 1.

205

Satires, by Ben Jonson

218

II.

206 | To John Donne, by Ben Jonson ....

ib.

POEMS OF STIRLING.

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers............ 289 Chorus Fourth................

426
Aurora, containing the first Fancies of the Chorus Fifth

427

Author's Youth.

293

CHORUSSES TO THE TRAGEDY OF DARIUS.

DOOMES-DAY ; OR, THE GREAT DAY OF THE LORD'S IVDGE- Chorus First...

428
Chorus Second.

ib.

Encomiuın by Drummond.......

317 Chorus Third

429

The First Houre

318 Chorus Fourth.

430

The Second Houre ........

326 Chorus Fifth

ib.

The Third Houre

335

CHORUSSES IN THE ALEXANDREAN TRAGEDY.

The Fourth Houre

341

The Fifth Houre

349 Chorus First

431

The Sixth Houre...

357 Chorus Second

432

The Seventh Houre.....

365 Chorus Third

ib.

The Eighth Houre

373 Chorus Fourth......

433

The Ninth Houre

381 Chorus Fifth

434

The Tenth Houre ....

388

CHORUSSES IN JULIUS CÆSAR.

The Eleventh Houre

396

The Twelfth Houre.......

403

Chorus First

435

Chorus Second

ib.

A Parævesis to Prince Henry

411 Chorus Third

436

Jonathan ; an Heroic Poeme intended. The

Chorus Fourth..

497

First Booke .....

416 Chorus Fifth

ib,

Dedication of the Tragedy of Creesus. To his

Sacred Majesty ....

423 Some Verses written to his Majestie by the

To the Author of the Monarchicke Tragedies,

Authoure at the Time of his Majestie's First
by S. Robert Ayton

Entrie into England

438
In Praise of the Author, and his Tragedy of

Some Verses written shortly thereafter by Rea-

Darius. A Sonnet by John Murray.....

424

son of an Inundation of Douen, a Water

neere vnto the Author's House, wherevpon

CHORUSSES IN THE TRAGEDY of CROESUS.

his Majestie was sometimes wont to hawke. ib.

Chorus First.......

425 Verses prefixed to Bishop Abernethy's “Chris-

Chorus Second.

ib. tiav and Heavenly Treatise, containing Phy-

Chorus Third

426 sicke for the Soul," 1622 ......

439

ib.

POEMS OF JONSON.

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An Ode.--To Himself

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

H. Morison

485

Queene Elizabeth's Time, since lost, and To the right hon, the Lord High Treasurer of

recovered...

ib. England an Epistle Mendicant; 1631

486

Ode.- High spirited friend

471 | To the King on his Birth-day, Nov. 19, 1632.

Ode.-Hellen, did Homer never see...........

ib. An Epigram Anniversarie

ib.

A Sonnet, to the noble Lady, the Lady Mary To the right hon. Hierome, Lord Weston, an

Worth..

472 Ode gratulatorie, for his Return from his

A Fit of Riine agajust Rime

ib. Embassie, 1632

ib,

An Epigram on William Lord Burleigh, Lord Epithalamion: or, a Song, celebrating the nup-

High Treasurer of England

ib. tials of Mr. Hierome Weston..

487

An Epigram to Thomas Lord Elsmere, the The humble Petition of Poore Ben ...

489

last Terme he sate Chancellor

ib. To the right honourable, the Lord Treasurer

Another to him

475 of England. An Epigram

ib.

An Epigram to the Councellour that pleaded An Epigram to my Muse, the Lady Digby, on

and carried the Cause

ib. her Husband Sir Kenelme Digby

490

An Epigram. To the Small Pox

473 New years expect new gifts : sister, your harpe ib.

Epitaph.-What beautie would have lovely A New Years Gift, sung to Kiug Charles, 1635 ib.

stilde

ib. On the King's Birth-day

491

Song.-Come let us here enjoy the shade...... ib. To my Lord the King, on the Christning his

An Epistle to a Friend

474 second Sonne James

ib.

Elegie.—'Tis true, I'm broke! vows, oathes, An Elegy on the Lady Anne Pawlet, Marchio-

and all I had

ib. ness of Winton

Elegie.—To make the doubt cleare, that no Eupheme; or the Faire Fame, left to Posterity

woman's true

475 of that truly noble Lady, the Lady Venetia

Elegie.—That love's a bitter sweet, I ne're Digby, &c.

492

conceive

ib.

I. The Dedication of her Cradle......... ib.

Elegie. ---Since you must goe, and I must bid

II. The Song of her Descent

493

farewell

476 III. The Picture of the Body

ib.

Elegie.—Let me be what I am, as Virgil cold. ib. IV. The Mind

ib.

An Execration upon Volcan

477 | To Kenelme, John, George.

494

A Speach according to Horace

478 IX. Elegie on my Muse, the truly honoured

An Epistle to Master Arth. Squib.

479 Lady, the Lady Venetia Digby; who living

An Epigram on Sir Edward Coke, when he gave me leave to call her so. Being her
was Lord Chiefe Justice of England

ib. ΑΠΟΘΕΩΣΙΣ, 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

the Tribe of Ben.

ib. Beatus ille, qui procul negotiis

496

The Dedication of the King's new Cellar. To From Horace, Ode the first, the fourth Booke.

Bacchus

480 To Venus

io.

An Epigram on the Court-Pucell

481 Ode IX. booke II. To Lydia. Dialogue of

Au Epigram to the Honoured-Countesse of- ib. Horace and Lydia

497

Lord Bacon's Birth-day

ib. From Martial, lib. viii. 77.

ib.

A Poem sent me by Sir William Burlase. The
Painter to the Poet....

ib.

EPIGRAMMES.

My Answer. The Poet to the Painter......... 482

An Epigram to William, Farle of Newcastle.. ib. To the great example of honour and vertue,

Epistle to Mr. Arthur Squib

ib. the most noble William, Earle of Pembroke,

To Mr. John Burges

ib. Lord Chamberlaine, &c.

ib.

Epistle to my Lady Covell...

ib.

1. To the Reader

498

To Master John Burges

483

II. To my Book

ib.

Epigram to my Bookseller.....

ib.

III. To my Bookseller

ib.

Epigram to William Earle of Newcastle ib.

IV. To King James

ib.

An Epitaph on Henry Lord La Ware. To the

V. On the Union

ib.

Passer-by....

ib.

VI. To Alchymists

ib.

Epigram.—That you have seene the pride,

VII. On the new Hot-house

ib.

beheld the sport

ib. VIII. On a Robbery

ib.

An Epigram to King Charles for one Hundred

IX. To All, to whom I write

ib.

Pounds he sent me in my Sickness

484

X. To my Lord Ignorant ....

ib.

To King Charles, and Queene Mary, for the Losse

XI. On Something that walks Some-

of their First-born, an Epigram Consolatorie ib.

where

ib.

An Epigram to our great and good King Charles

XII. On Lieutenant Shift

499

on his Anniversary Day

484 XII. To Doctor Empirick

ib.

An Epigram on the Prince's Birth

ib. XIV. To William Camden

ib.

An Epigram to the Queene, then lying in, 1630 ib. XV. On Court Worme...

ib

An Ode, or Song, by all the Muses, in Celebra-

XVI. To Braine Hardy.

499

tion of her Majestie's Birth-day, 1630 ib. XVII. To the learned Critick.

ib.

An Fipigram to the Household, 1630

485 XVIII. To my meere English Censurer ... ib.

Epigram to a friend and Sonne

ib. XIX. On Sir Cod the perfumed ......... 499

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