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Page Friendship in absence,

170 Reason, the use of it in divine matters,

172 Hymn. To Light,

174 The Country Mouse. A paraphrase upon Horace,

Book II. Sat. vi.
Doctissimo, Gravissimoque Viro Domino D. Com-

ber, Decano Carleolensi colendisfimo, et Col-
legit SS. et Individuæ Trinitatis Magistro Yi-
gilantiffimo,

182 Inter Mufas Cantabrigienses extant carmina fe...

quentia ab Auctore A. Cowley conscripta, &c. 184 Ob paciferum Serenissimi Regis Caroli e Scotia reditum,

185

EPISTLES.

To the Duke of Buckingham, upon his marriage

with the Lord Fairfax his daughter, 187 To the Duchess of Buckingham,

190 To his very much honoured Godfather, Mr. A. B. 191 To his Mistress,

192 To a Lady who desired a song of Mr.Cowley, he presented, bc.

194 To the Lord Falkland, for his fafe return from

the northern expedition against the Scots, 195 To the Bishop of Lincoln, upon his enlargement out of the Tower,

197 To a Lady who made posies for rings,

199

Page To Sir William D'Avenant, upon his two first

Books of Gondibert, finished before his voyage

to America, To the Royal Society,'

202

200

ELEGIAC POEM 3.

210

212

An elegy.on the death of John Littleton, Esq. fon

and heir to Sir Thomas Littleton, who was drowned leaping into the water to save his

younger brother, On the death of the Right Hon. Dudley Lord

Carleton, Viscount Dorchester, late Secretary

of State,
On the death of my loving friend and cousin,

Mr. Richard Clarke, late of Lincoln's-Inn,
Gent.

213 On the death of Sir Henry Wootton,

215 On the death of Mr. Jordan, second Master at Westminster-school,

216 On the death of Sir Anthony Vandyck, the famous painter,

218 On the death of Mr. William Harvey,

220 On the death of Mr. Crashaw,

226 Upon the death of the Earl of Balcarses, 229 On the death of Mrs. Katherine Philips, 232 Page

PROLOGUES AND EPILOGUES.

To the truly worthy and noble Sir Keneln Digby, Knight,

237 Epilogue. Spoken by Alupis,

238 Prologus. Naufragium Joculare,

239 Epilogus. Naufragium Joculare,

240 Prologue to the Guardian. Before the Prince, ib. Epilogue to the Guardian,

241 Prologue, to the Cutter of Coleman-street, 242 Added at Court,

243 Epilogue, spoken by Cutter,

244 Prologue at Court,

245

From the APOLLO PRESS,

by the MARTINS,

Oct. 30. 1777

END OF VOLUME FIRST.

TiePOT Tšef GREAT BRITAIN

COMPLETE FROM
CHAUCER to CHURCU11L.

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