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C O N T E N T S.
Translations from HOMER.
T From the Sixth Book of the Iliad.
*HE Laft Parting of Hector and Andromache.
From the Sixth Book of the Iliad. Page 23
Translations from THEOCRIT U S.
Amaryllis : Or, the Third Idyllium of Theocritus, Paraphrased.
29 The Epithalamium of Helen and Menelaus. From the 18th Idyllium of Theocritus.
33 The Despairing Lover. From the 23d Idyllium of Theocritus.
36 Daphnis. From the 27th Idyllium of Theocritus. 40
Translations from LUCRETIUS.
The Beginning of the First Book of Lucretius. Page 46 The Beginning of the Second Book of Lucretius. 48 The latter Part of the Third Book of Lucretius ; against the Fear of Death.
50 The latter Part of the Fourth Book of Lucretius ; concerning the Nature of Love.
60 From the Fifth Book of Lucretius..
Translations from HORACE.
The Third Ode of the First Book of Horace. Inscri.
bed to the Earl of Roscommon, on his intended Voyage to Ireland.
70 The Ninth Ode of the First Book of Horace. 71 The Twenty-ninth Ode of the Third Book of Horace.
Paraphras'd in Pindarick Verse, and inscribed to the
Right Honourable Laurence Earl of Rochefier. 73. The Second Epode of Horace.
Translations from O VID.
Canace to Macareus. Epift. xi.
EPIST LE S.
To Henry Higden, Esq; on his Tranflation of the tenthi Satire of Juvenal.
227 To Sir Godfrey Kneller, principal Painter to his Majesty.
PROLOGUES and EPILOGUES.
Prologue to the University of Oxford, 1674. Spoken
by Mr. Hart. Prologue spoken at the opening of the New House, March 26, 1674.
238 Epilogue on the fame Occasion.
240 Prologue to Circe. By Dr. Davenant. 1675.
241 Epilogue, intended to have been spoken by the Lady
Henr. Mar. Wentworth, when Califo was acted at Court.
243 Epilogue to the Man of Mode, or, Sir Fopling Flutter. By Sir G. Etherege. 1676.
244 Epilogue to Mithridates King of Pontus. By Mr. N.
Lee. 1678. Prologue to Cæfar Borgia. By Mr. N. Le. 1680.
246 Prologue to Sophonisba at Oxford, 1680.