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HE Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers

3 An Act of Contrition

24

Dedication to the King

6 Io Desolation

25

COMMENDATORY VERSES.

In spiritual Comfort

ib.

An Actdf hiope

26
An Elegy to the living Memory of his deceased

Of Teares

ib.
Friend. By Thomas Newill......

7
Of Singe

ib.
An Elegy to the Memory of his much ho-

Of the miserable State of Man

ib.
noured Friend. By Thomas Hawkins ...... ib. Of Sicknesse

27

To the worthy Muse of his noble Friend. By

Of true Liberty

ib.

Thomas Hawkins.......

8

Against inordinate Love of Creatures

ib.

A Congratulation to the Moses. By his Son

Against abused Loue

28

John Beaumont

ib.

....

29

Upon the following Poems of my dearest Fa-

The Shepherdesse

ib.

ther. By Francis Beaumont

ib.

On the Anniuersary Day of his Maistre's Reigne

Upon the Poems of his dearest Brother. By

ouer England, March the 24

30

George Fortescue

9

A Thanksgiuing for the Deliverance of King

On the honoured Poerns of his honoured

James from a dangerous Accident........ ib.

Friend. By Ben Jonson

ib.

To his late Majesty concerning the true Forme

To the dear Remembrance of his noble Friend.

of English Poetry .....

ib,

By Mic. Drayton.......

ib.

To the glorions Memory of King James

31

Ad posthumum Opus D. lo Bello-Montij.

A Panegyrick at the Coronation of King

By Ph. Kin.

ib

Charles....

32

Upon the honoured Poems of his unknown

Of the Prince's Jonrney

Priend. By la. C).

ib.

Of the Prince's Departure and Returne........

Bosworth Field

11 Of the Prince's most happy Returne......... ib.

An Expression of Sibyll's Acrosticks

17 Upon the Anniuersary Day of the Prince's

Virgil. Eclog. iv.

ib. Returne, October the fifth

34

An Epigram concerning Man's Life, com- To the most illustrious Prince Charles, of the

posed by Crates, or Posidippus.

18 excellent Use of Poems

ih.

The Answer of Metrodorus.......

ib. 1 To the Prince

35

Horat. Lib. i. Sat, vi.

ib. An Epithalaminm vpon the happy Marriage

Horat. Carm, Lib. ii. Od. xxix..

19 of King Charles and Queene Mary

ib.

Horat. Epod, ii.

20 At the End of his Maiestie's first Yeere

36

Per. Sat. ï..

ib. An Epithalamium to wy Lord Marquesse of

Auson. Idyll. xvi.

21 of Buckingham and to his faire and vertu-

Claudian's Epigram of the old Man of Verona. 22 ous Lady ........

ib.
Upon the two great Feasts of the Annuncia- Of his Majestie's vow for the Felicity of my
tion and Resurrection falling on the same Lord Marquisse of Buckingham

ib.

Day, March 25, 1627.....

ib. My Lord of Buckingham's Welcome to the

Of the Epiphany

ib. King at Burley

ib.

Of the Transfiguration of our Lord

23 A Congratulation to the Marquisse of Buck-

On Ascension Day

ib. ingham at the Birth of his Daughter......... ib.

An Ode of the blessed Trinitie

ib. Of true Greatnesse. To the Marquisse of

A Dialogue between the World, a Pilgrim, and Buckingham

37

Vertue

24 | Vpon the Marquisse of Buckinghan's Armes. ib.

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The Authors' Lives, by Mr. Chalmers 51 | Eclogue II. Thirsil.

156

IU. Myrtilus

1:39

IV. Chromis

141

GILES FLETCHER.

V. Nicæa

143

VI. Thomalin

To the right worshipful and reverend Mr. Eoc-

............. 147

VII. The Prize

151)

tor Nevile, Dean of Canterbury, and the To my dear friend, the Spencer of this Age,

Master of I'rinity College in. Cambridge .... 55

By Francis Quarles........

154


Thomas Nevile, most heavenly

57

To the Reader...

58

MISCELLANIES.

RECOMMENDATOCY POEMS.

An Hymn at the Marriage of my most dear

Defuncto Fratri. By' Phin. Fletchet...... 60

Cousins, Mr. W. and M. R.

ib.

Η Μαριάμ.

To my beloved Cousin, W. R. Esq. Calend.
Mn piagu. By F. Netherocie.

ib.
Januar,

1.55

Christ's Victory in Heaven

61 | To Master W.C.

156

Christ's Triumph on Earth......

67 To my ever honoured Cousin, W. R. Esq. ib.

Christ's Triumph over Death

71 To R. C. in Cambridge, my Son by the Uni-

Christ's Triumph after Death

76 versity ..

ib.

To my beloved Thenot, in Answer of his V'erse. 157

Upon the Picture of Achmet the Turkish Ty-

PHINEAS FLETCHER.

ib.

To Mr. Jo. Tomkins

Dedication to my most worthy and learned

ib.

Friend, Edward Benlowes, Esq....

To Thomalin
81

158
Against a rich Man despising Poverty

ib.

COMMENDATORY VERSES.

Contentment

159

To the learned Author, Son and Brother to

ib.
two judicious Poets, himself the third, not

On Woman's Lightness

il).
second to either. By W. Benlowes ......... 82 A Reply upon the fair M. S.

il.
To the ingenious Composer of this Pastoral, An Apology for the Premises to the Lady Cul.
the Spencer of this Age. By Fran. Quarles. ib. pepper.

160
The purple Island, or the Isle of Man.

To my only chosen Valentine and Wife ib.

Canto I.

83

A Translation of Boethius, the third Book and

last Verse......

87

ib.

IIT.

A Translation of Boethius, Book ii. Ver. vii., 161

91

IV.

94

Upon my Brother Mr. G. F. his Book intitled

V.

Christ's Victory and Triumph

97

ib.

VI.

Upon the Bishop of Exon, Dr. Hall, his Medi-

103

VII.

tations ....

108

ib.

VIII.

Upou the Contemplations of the Bishop of

113

IX.

Excester, given to the Lady E. W. at New-

X.

Year's Tide.

121

ib.

XI,

These Asclepiads of Mr. H. S. translated and

123

XII.

enlarged

127

162

Psalm XLII, metaphrased..

ib.

PTSCATORY ECLOCUES.

XLIII.

Introduction

ib.

132 CXXVII.

163

Eclogue I. Amyntas
135 CXXXVII.

ib

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers.......... 175

RECOMMENDATORY POEMS.

PROLOGULS, EPILOGUES, AND SONGS TO SEVERAL PLATES,

To the worshipful, the worthily honoured, The Prologue to the Mad Lover

192

Robert Parkhurst, Esq by L. B.

179 Epilogue

ib.

To the true Patronesse of all Poetry, Caliope. First Song to the Mad Lover

ib,

By F. B.

ib. | Second Song to the Mad Lover ......

193

In Laudem Authoris. By W. B.

ib. Third Song to the Mad Lover

ib.

To the Author. By F. B.

ib. Prologue to the Spanish Curate

ib.

To the Author. By J. F.

ib. Epilogue

ib.

The Author to the Reader...

180 | Prologue to the French Lawyer........... ib.

To Mr. Francis Beaumont, (then living). By Epilogue

194

Ben Jonson

ib. First Song to the Play, called, The Little

Upon M. Fletcher's incomparable Plaies ib. French Lawyer, called an Epithalamine

To the Memory of the incomparable Paire of Song at the Wedding

ib.

Authors, Beaumont and Fletcher

ib. Second Song to the Little French Lawyer,

On the happy Collection of Beaumont's and called, Soog in the Wood

ib.

Fletcher's Works. By 1. Berkenhead ...... 181 Prologue to the Play, called, The Custom of

the Country..

ib.

Elegy on the Lady Markham

183 Epilogue

ib.

An Elegy..

ib. Another Prologue to the same Play

ib,

A Cbarme

184 Epilogue

ib.

On the Marriage of a beauteous young Gen- Prologue to tbe Play, called, The Noble Gen-

tlewoman with an ancient Map

ib. tleman

ib.

- The Glance

ib. Epilogue

195

A Sonnet

ib. Prologue to the Play, called, The Captaine... ib.

True Beauty

185 Epilogue

il),

The ladifferent

ib. First Song to the Play, called, The Captaine.. io.

Love's Freedome.............

ib. The second Song..

il).

On the Life of Man

ib. Song to the Play, called, The Begger's Bush.. i!).

- An Epitaph.-Here she lies whose spotless Prologue to the Play, called, The Coxcombe.. ir.

fame....

186 Epilogue

190

A Sonnet.—Like a ring without a finger ib. Prologue to the Tragedy, called, The False One. ib.

A Description of Love

ib. Epilogue

ib.

The Shepherdesse

187 | First Song to The False One, a Tragedy ib.

A funeral Elogie on the Death of the Lady The second Song.

ib.

Penelope Clifton ....

ib. The third Song

ib.

The Examination of bis Mistris's Perfections. ib. | The fourth Song .

ib.

To the mutable Paire......

188 Prologue to the Play, called, The Chances 197

Of loving at first Sight

ib. Epilogue

ib.

The Antiplatonic............

ib. Prologue tothe Play, called, The Loyal Subject. ih.

Song.–Say, lovely dreame, where couldst Epilogue.

ib.

thou find

189 First Song to the Play, called, The Loyal Sub-

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

ib.

An Elegy.---Heaven knows my love to thee, Second Song

fed on desire

ib. | Third Song

ib.

Upon Mr. Charles Beaumont, who died of a Prologue to the Play, called, The Lover's Pro-

Consumption

ib.

gresse ......

Fie on Love .......

190 | Epilogue

199

Song.-Go and catch a falling star

ib. First Song to The Lover's Progresse

io.

Secresie protested

ib. Second Sung

ib.

Eternity of Love protested...

ib. Songs to the Play, called, The Maid in the

Tbe willing Prisoner to his Mistris..

Mill.

A Maske of the Gentlemen of Graies Inne and

First Song

ib.

the loner Temple .....,

Second Song

ib.

ib.

ib.

ib.

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers....... 225 | To my truly beloved Friend, on his Pastorals.
Dedication to Edward Lord Zouch

229
By Ben Jonson

955

To the Reader......

230

BRITANNIA'S PASTORALS.

RECOMMENDATORY POEMS.

Book I. Song I.

In Bucolica G. Brovn

231

II.
ib.

III.
Ad Amoris Numipa. By I. Selden

250

ib.

IV.

By the same

255

V.

261

To his Friend the Author. By Michael Dray-
ton

231 Book II. Song I. To the Earle of Pembrooke. 269
II.

277

To his ingenious and worthy Friend the Author. 232

III.

25+

On him, a pastorall Ode to his fairest Shep-

ib.

herrlesse. By Edward Heyward

294

V.

301

To his friend the Author, upon bis Poem. By
Christopher Brooke

ib.

THE SHEPHERD's PIPE.

Anagrama. By Fr. Dynne.......

ib.

309

To bis Friend the Author. By Tho. Gardiner. ib. Dedication to Edward Lord Zouch

To the Author. By W. Ferrar

233

Of his Friend, by E. Johnson.....

ib.

To his better beloved than known Friend, by

To the Author. By Fr. Oulde

John Only

io.
To the most ingenjous Author. By. John Glan-
vill

ib.

The Shepherd's Pipe.

ib.
To his Friend. By Tho. Wenman ...

ib.

Eclogue I.

II.

316

To his worthily-affected Friend. By W. Her-

III.

17

bert ...

IV.

319

Another to the same. By W. Herbert

ib.

To the vertuous and me

To my Browne, yet brightest Swaine. By I.

lamenuing Sisters

Davies

ib.

of my ever-admired Friend, Master Thomas

Manwood..

320

Ad illustrissimum Juvenein Gulielmum Browne,

V.

234

ib.

Carmen gratulatorium. By C. Croke

VI.

322

To my noble Friend the Author. By Unton

VII,

$23

Croke

ib.
To the Author. By Anth. Vincent

ib. Eclogues, by Master Brooke and Master Da-
To his worthy Friend, on his Book. By John vies, on the Publication of the Shepherd's
Morgan

ib. Pipe.

To his friend the Author. By Augustus Cæsar. ib. Cutty and Willie .....

324

To the Author. By G. Wither

ib. Thirsis and Alexis

395

ib.

ib.

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