The Works of Aphra Behn, Volume VI
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The Works of Aphra Behn, Volume VI

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  • THE WORKS OF APHRA BEHN
  • CONTENTS.
  • THE LOVER'S WATCH.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • To Peter Weston, Esq.; Of The Honourable Society Of The Inner-Temple.
    • To the Admir'd ASTREA.
    • To the Incomparable Author.
    • To the most ingenious ASTREA, upon her Book intituled, La Môntre, or the Lover's Watch.
    • To the Divine ASTREA, on her Môntre.
    • To his admired Friend, the most ingenious Author.
    • La Monstre. The Lover's WATCH: or, the ART of making LOVE.
      • The ARGUMENT.
      • IRIS to DAMON.
    • The ARGUMENT.
    • IRIS to DAMON.
    • EIGHT o'CLOCK.
    • NINE o'CLOCK.
    • TEN o'CLOCK.
    • ELEVEN o'CLOCK.
    • TWELVE o'CLOCK.
    • ONE o'CLOCK.
    • TWO o'CLOCK.
    • THREE o'CLOCK.
    • FOUR o'CLOCK.
    • FIVE o'CLOCK.
    • SIX o'CLOCK.
    • SEVEN o'CLOCK.
    • EIGHT o'CLOCK.
    • NINE o'CLOCK.
    • TEN o'CLOCK.
    • ELEVEN o'CLOCK.
    • TWELVE o'CLOCK.
    • ONE o'CLOCK.
    • TWO o'CLOCK.
    • THREE o'CLOCK.
    • FOUR o'CLOCK.
    • FIVE o'CLOCK.
    • SIX o'CLOCK.
    • SEVEN o'CLOCK.
    • The CASE for the WATCH.
      • DAMON to IRIS.
      • The FIGURE of the CASE.
      • The First CYPHER.
      • The Second CYPHER,
      • The Third CYPHER.
      • The Fourth CYPHER.
      • The CLASP of the WATCH.
    • DAMON to IRIS.
    • The FIGURE of the CASE.
    • The First CYPHER.
    • The Second CYPHER,
    • The Third CYPHER.
    • The Fourth CYPHER.
    • The CLASP of the WATCH.
    • The LADY'S LOOKING-GLASS, to Dress her self by: or, The Art of Charming.
      • Sent from DAMON to IRIS.
      • IRIS's LOOKING-GLASS.
      • The SHAPE of IRIS.
      • IRIS's COMPLEXION.
      • IRIS's HAIR.
      • IRIS's EYES.
      • The MOUTH of IRIS.
      • The NECK of IRIS.
      • The ARMS and HANDS of IRIS.
      • The GRACE and AIR of IRIS.
      • The DISCRETION of IRIS.
      • The GOODNESS and COMPLAISANCE of IRIS.
      • The WIT of IRIS.
      • The MODESTY of IRIS.
    • Sent from DAMON to IRIS.
    • IRIS's LOOKING-GLASS.
    • The SHAPE of IRIS.
    • IRIS's COMPLEXION.
    • IRIS's HAIR.
    • IRIS's EYES.
    • The MOUTH of IRIS.
    • The NECK of IRIS.
    • The ARMS and HANDS of IRIS.
    • The GRACE and AIR of IRIS.
    • The DISCRETION of IRIS.
    • The GOODNESS and COMPLAISANCE of IRIS.
    • The WIT of IRIS.
    • The MODESTY of IRIS.
  • POEMS UPON SEVERAL OCCASIONS: WITH A VOYAGE TO THE ISLAND OF LOVE.
    • To the Right Honourable, JAMES, Earl of Salisbury, Viscount Cramborn, and Baron of Islington.
    • To Mrs. BEHN, on the publishing her Poems.
    • To ASTRÆA, on her Poems.
    • To the excellent Madam Behn, on her Poems.
    • To the Authour, on her Voyage to the Island of Love.
    • To the Lovely Witty ASTRÆA, on her Excellent Poems.
    • Upon these and other Excellent Works of the Incomparable ASTRÆA.
    • To the excellent ASTRÆA.
    • To Madam A. Behn on the publication of her Poems.
    • To Madam Behn, on her Poems.
    • POEMS UPON SEVERAL OCCASIONS.
      • The Golden Age.
    • The Golden Age.
    • A Farewel to Celladon, On his Going into Ireland.
    • On a Juniper-Tree, cut down to make Busks.
    • On the Death of Mr. Grinhil, the Famous Painter.
    • A Ballad on Mr. J. H. to Amoret, asking why I was so sad.
    • Our Cabal.
    • Mr. V. U.
    • Mr. G. V.
    • My dear Brother J. C.
    • My dear Amoret, Mrs. B.
    • Mr. J. B.
    • Mr. Je. B.
    • Mr. N. R. V.
    • Mr. E. B. and Mrs. F. M.
    • Mr. J. H.
    • Mr. Ed. Bed.
    • SONG. The Willing Mistriss.
    • SONG. Love Arm'd.
    • SONG. The Complaint.
    • SONG. The Invitation.
    • SONG.
    • To Mr. Creech (under the Name of Daphnis) on his Excellent Translation of Lucretius.
    • To Mrs. W. On her Excellent Verses (Writ in Praise of some I had made on the Earl of Rochester) Written in a Fit of Sickness.
    • The Sence of a Letter sent me, made into Verse; To a New Tune.
    • The Return.
    • On a Copy of Verses made in a Dream, and sent to me in a Morning before I was Awake.
    • To my Lady Morland at Tunbridge.
    • Song to Ceres. In the Wavering Nymph, or Mad Amyntas.
    • Song in the same Play, by the Wavering Nymph.
    • The Disappointment.
    • On a Locket of Hair Wove in a True-Loves Knot, given me by Sir R. O.
    • The Dream. A Song.
    • A letter to a Brother of the Pen in Tribulation.
    • The Reflection: A Song.
    • SONG. To Pesibles Tune.
    • SONG. On her Loving Two Equally. Set by Captain Pack.
    • The Counsel. A Song. Set by Captain Pack.
    • SONG. The Surprize. Set by Mr. Farmer.
    • SONG.
    • The Invitation: A Song.
    • Silvio's Complaint: A Song.
    • In Imitation of Horace.
    • To Lysander, who made some Verses on a Discourse of Loves Fire.
    • A Dialogue for an Entertainment at Court, between Damon and Sylvia.
    • On Mr. J. H. In a Fit of Sickness.
    • To Lysander, on some Verses he writ, and asking more for his Heart then 'twas worth.
    • To the Honourable Edward Howard, on his Comedy called The New Utopia.
    • To Lysander at the Musick-Meeting.
    • An Ode to Love.
    • Love Reveng'd, A Song.
    • SONG. To a New Scotch Tune.
    • The Cabal at Nickey Nackeys.
    • A Paraphrase on the Eleventh Ode Out of the first Book of Horace.
    • A Translation.
    • A Paraphrase on OVID'S Epistle of ŒNONE to PARIS.
      • THE ARGUMENT.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • A Voyage to the Isle of Love.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • A VOYAGE to the ISLE OF LOVE.
      • An Account from Lisander to Lysidas his Friend.
      • The Truce.
      • LOVE's Power.
      • The CHARACTER.
      • RESPECT.
      • INQUIETUDE.
      • The REFLECTION.
      • Little CARES, or Little Arts to please.
      • The DREAM.
      • HOPE.
      • The River of PRETENSION.
      • The Princess HOPE.
    • An Account from Lisander to Lysidas his Friend.
    • The Truce.
    • LOVE's Power.
    • The CHARACTER.
    • RESPECT.
    • INQUIETUDE.
    • The REFLECTION.
    • Little CARES, or Little Arts to please.
    • The DREAM.
    • HOPE.
    • The River of PRETENSION.
    • The Princess HOPE.
    • LOVE's Resentment.
      • The City of DISCRETION.
      • The silent Confession.
      • The Den of Cruelty.
      • The River of Despair.
      • The RESOLVE.
      • The QUESTION.
      • The TRANSPORT.
      • CONFIDENCE.
      • The REFLECTION.
      • ABSENCE.
    • The City of DISCRETION.
    • The silent Confession.
    • The Den of Cruelty.
    • The River of Despair.
    • The RESOLVE.
    • The QUESTION.
    • The TRANSPORT.
    • CONFIDENCE.
    • The REFLECTION.
    • ABSENCE.
    • To LOVE.
      • RIVALS.
      • JEALOUSIE.
      • The COMPLAINT.
      • The PENITENT.
      • The City of LOVE.
      • LOVE's Temple.
    • RIVALS.
    • JEALOUSIE.
    • The COMPLAINT.
    • The PENITENT.
    • The City of LOVE.
    • LOVE's Temple.
    • HONOUR.
      • The LOSS.
      • The Prospect and Bower of Bliss.
    • The LOSS.
    • The Prospect and Bower of Bliss.
    • A TABLE.
  • LYCIDUS: OR, THE LOVER IN FASHION, &c.
    • To the EARL OF MELFORD, &c., Knight of the most Noble Order of the Thistle.
    • To Mrs. B. on her Poems.
    • LYCIDUS: or, the Lover in Fashion, &c.
  • A MISCELLANY OF POEMS.
    • On the Honourable Sir Francis Fane, on his Play call'd the Sacrifice, by Mrs. A. B.
    • To Damon.
      • To inquire of him if he cou'd tell me by the Style, who writ me a Copy of Verses that came to me in an unknown Hand, by Mrs. A. B.
    • To inquire of him if he cou'd tell me by the Style, who writ me a Copy of Verses that came to me in an unknown Hand, by Mrs. A. B.
    • To Alexis in Answer to his Poem against Fruition. ODE. by Mrs. B.
    • To Alexis, On his saying, I lov'd a Man that talk'd much, by Mrs. B.
    • A PASTORAL PINDARICK.
      • On the Marriage of the Right Honourable the Earle of Dorset and Middlesex, to the Lady Mary Compton. A Dialogue. Between Damon and Aminta. By Mrs. Behn.
    • On the Marriage of the Right Honourable the Earle of Dorset and Middlesex, to the Lady Mary Compton. A Dialogue. Between Damon and Aminta. By Mrs. Behn.
    • On Desire. A Pindarick. By Mrs. B.
    • To Amintas. Upon reading the Lives of some of the Romans.
    • On the first discovery of falseness in Amintas. By Mrs. B.
    • To the fair Clarinda, who made Love to me, imagin'd more than Woman. By Mrs. B.
  • WESTMINSTER DROLLERY, 1671.
    • A SONG.
  • Miscellany, 1685.
    • To SIR WILLIAM CLIFTON.
    • On the Death of the late Earl of Rochester,
    • SONG. By A. B.
    • A SONG. By Mrs. A. B.
    • A PARAPHRASE on the LORDS PRAYER. By Mrs. A. B.
    • SELINDA and CLORIS, made in an Entertainment at Court. By Mrs. A. B.
    • A PINDARIC to Mr. P. who sings finely. By Mrs. A. B.
    • On the Author of that Excellent Book Intituled The Way to Health, Long Life, and Happiness. By Mrs. A. B.
    • Epitaph on the Tombstone of a Child, the last of Seven that died before. By Mrs. A. B.
    • Epilogue to the Jealous Lovers.
    • A PASTORAL to Mr. Stafford, Under the Name of SILVIO on his Translation of the Death of Camilla: out of VIRGIL. By Mrs. Behn.
      • THIRSIS and AMARILLIS.
    • THIRSIS and AMARILLIS.
  • GILDON'S MISCELLANY, 1692.
    • VENUS and CUPID.
    • Verses design'd by Mrs. A. Behn to be sent to a fair Lady, that desir'd she would absent herself to cure her Love. Left unfinish'd.
    • Verses by Madam Behn, never before printed. On a Conventicle.
  • GILDON'S CHORUS POETARUM, 1694.
  • MUSES MERCURY, June, 1707.
    • The Complaint of the poor Cavaliers.
    • On a Pin that hurt Amintas' Eye.
    • To Mrs. Harsenet, on the Report of a Beauty, which she went to see at Church.
    • For Damon, being ask'd a Reason for his Love.
  • FAMILIAR LETTERS, 1718.
    • A Letter to the Earl of Kildare, dissuading him from marrying Moll Howard.
    • To Mrs. Price.
    • P. S. A SONG.
  • PROLOGUE to ROMULUS,
  • EPILOGUE to the Same.
  • Mrs. Behn's Satyr on Dryden.
  • VALENTINIAN.
  • To Henry Higden, Esq.; on his Translation of the Tenth Satyr of Juvenal.
  • On the Death of E. Waller, Esq.;
  • A PINDARIC POEM to the Reverend Doctor Burnet, on the Honour he did me of Enquiring after me and my MUSE.
  • NOTES.
    • La Monstre (1686).
    • Poems Upon Several Occasions (1684).
    • LYCIDUS (1688).
    • Notes: Critical and Explanatory.
      • La Monstre.
      • Poems Upon Several Occasions (1684).
      • Lycidus (1688).
      • Miscellany, 1685.
    • La Monstre.
    • Poems Upon Several Occasions (1684).
    • Lycidus (1688).
    • Miscellany, 1685.
  • Index of First Lines.
  • GENERAL INDEX.
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