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The shining arms with haste prepare,

Then to the glorious combat fly;
Our minds unclogg'd with farther care,

Except to overcome or die :
And, for reward, &c.

They fight, oppression to increase,

We for our liberties and laws;
It were a fin to doubt succefs,

When freedom is the noble cause :
And, for reward, of the just gods we claim
A life with freedom, or a death with fame.

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Ode on Love
Elegy to the Dutchess of R-

24 A Letter from Sea

25 Love's Slavery

26 The Dream

27 To One who accufed him of being too fensual in his Love

28 The Warning

29 To Amoretta

30 The Venture

3.1 Inconstancy Excus'd. Song Song

ibid. Despair

33 On Apprehension of losing what he had newly gain’d. In Imitation of Ovid

35 The Reconcilement. Song Song

37 To a Coquet Beauty The Relapse

39 The Recovery

40 The Convert

41 The Picture. In Imitation of Anacreon Qo Don Alonzo's being killed in Portugal, upon Account of the Infanta, in the Year 1683 44

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44 A Dialogue fung on the Stage, between an elderly

Shepherd and a very young Nymph
On one who died discovering her Kindness
On Lucinda's Death
To a Lady retiring into a Monastery

49 The Vision. Written during a Sea-Voyage, when sent

to command the Forces for the Relief of Tangier 51 Helen to Paris. From Ovid

57 Part of the Story of Orpheus. Being a Translation

out of the Fourth Book of Virgil's Georgic 66 An Essay on Poetry

69 Ode on Brutus

81 The Rapture

88 On Mr. Hobbes, and his Writings

94 Written over a Gate

96 The Miracle, 1707

ibid. Ode on the Death of Henry Purcell

97 On the Loss of an only Son, Robert Marquis of Normanby

99 On Mr. Pope, and his Poems Stanzas The Election of Poet Laureat in 1719

103 On the Times

106 On the Duke of York, banished to Brussels 108 On the Deity Prologue to the Alteration of Julius Cæfar Choruses in Julius Cæfar

112, 113, 114, 115 Prologue to Marcus Brutus

116 Choruses in Marcus Brutus

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END OF BUCKINGHAM'S POEMS,

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