Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets, Complete
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Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets, Complete

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  • SPECIMENS WITH MEMOIRS OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
    • COMPLETE
    • VOL. I.
    • INTRODUCTORY ESSAY
      • THE SPOUTS AND SOLEMNITIES WHICH FOLLOWED KING ARTHUR'S CORONATION.
        • AN OLD TRADITION.
        • ARTHUR'S INTRIGUE WITH YGERNE.
        • THE PROLOGUE.
        • KING VORTIGERN'S MEETING WITH PRINCESS KODWEN.
        • THE ATTACK OF RICHARD I. ON A CASTLE HELD BY THE SARACENS.
        • THE SOLDAN SALADIN SENDS KING RICHARD A HORSE.
        • DEGORE AND THE DRAGON.
        • A BATTLE
        • HUMAN LIFE.
        • ALLEGORICAL PICTURES.
        • COVETOUSNESS.
        • THE PRELATES.
        • MERCY AND TRUTH.
        • NATURE, OR KIND, SENDING FORTH HIS DISEASES FROM THE PLANETS, AT THE COMMAND OF CONSCIENCE, AND OF HIS ATTENDANTS, AGE AND DEATH.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
      • AN OLD TRADITION.
      • ARTHUR'S INTRIGUE WITH YGERNE.
      • THE PROLOGUE.
      • KING VORTIGERN'S MEETING WITH PRINCESS KODWEN.
      • THE ATTACK OF RICHARD I. ON A CASTLE HELD BY THE SARACENS.
      • THE SOLDAN SALADIN SENDS KING RICHARD A HORSE.
      • DEGORE AND THE DRAGON.
      • A BATTLE
      • HUMAN LIFE.
      • ALLEGORICAL PICTURES.
      • COVETOUSNESS.
      • THE PRELATES.
      • MERCY AND TRUTH.
      • NATURE, OR KIND, SENDING FORTH HIS DISEASES FROM THE PLANETS, AT THE COMMAND OF CONSCIENCE, AND OF HIS ATTENDANTS, AGE AND DEATH.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
    • THE SPOUTS AND SOLEMNITIES WHICH FOLLOWED KING ARTHUR'S CORONATION.
      • AN OLD TRADITION.
      • ARTHUR'S INTRIGUE WITH YGERNE.
      • THE PROLOGUE.
      • KING VORTIGERN'S MEETING WITH PRINCESS KODWEN.
      • THE ATTACK OF RICHARD I. ON A CASTLE HELD BY THE SARACENS.
      • THE SOLDAN SALADIN SENDS KING RICHARD A HORSE.
      • DEGORE AND THE DRAGON.
      • A BATTLE
      • HUMAN LIFE.
      • ALLEGORICAL PICTURES.
      • COVETOUSNESS.
      • THE PRELATES.
      • MERCY AND TRUTH.
      • NATURE, OR KIND, SENDING FORTH HIS DISEASES FROM THE PLANETS, AT THE COMMAND OF CONSCIENCE, AND OF HIS ATTENDANTS, AGE AND DEATH.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
    • AN OLD TRADITION.
    • ARTHUR'S INTRIGUE WITH YGERNE.
    • THE PROLOGUE.
    • KING VORTIGERN'S MEETING WITH PRINCESS KODWEN.
    • THE ATTACK OF RICHARD I. ON A CASTLE HELD BY THE SARACENS.
    • THE SOLDAN SALADIN SENDS KING RICHARD A HORSE.
    • DEGORE AND THE DRAGON.
    • A BATTLE
    • HUMAN LIFE.
    • ALLEGORICAL PICTURES.
    • COVETOUSNESS.
    • THE PRELATES.
    • MERCY AND TRUTH.
    • NATURE, OR KIND, SENDING FORTH HIS DISEASES FROM THE PLANETS, AT THE COMMAND OF CONSCIENCE, AND OF HIS ATTENDANTS, AGE AND DEATH.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
    • CONTENTS.
      • SPECIMENS, WITH MEMOIRS, OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
    • SPECIMENS, WITH MEMOIRS, OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
    • JOHN GOWER
      • THE CHARIOT OF THE SUN.
        • OF THE GRATIFICATION WHICH THE LOVERS PASSION RECEIVES FROM THE SENSE OF HEARING.
      • OF THE GRATIFICATION WHICH THE LOVERS PASSION RECEIVES FROM THE SENSE OF HEARING.
    • THE CHARIOT OF THE SUN.
      • OF THE GRATIFICATION WHICH THE LOVERS PASSION RECEIVES FROM THE SENSE OF HEARING.
    • OF THE GRATIFICATION WHICH THE LOVERS PASSION RECEIVES FROM THE SENSE OF HEARING.
    • JOHN BARBOUR.
      • APOSTROPHE TO FREEDOM.
        • DEATH OF SIR HENRY DE BOHUN.
      • DEATH OF SIR HENRY DE BOHUN.
    • APOSTROPHE TO FREEDOM.
      • DEATH OF SIR HENRY DE BOHUN.
    • DEATH OF SIR HENRY DE BOHUN.
    • ANDREW WYNTOUN.
    • BLIND HARRY.
      • BATTLE OF BLACK-EARNSIDE.
        • THE DEATH OF WALLACE.
      • THE DEATH OF WALLACE.
    • BATTLE OF BLACK-EARNSIDE.
      • THE DEATH OF WALLACE.
    • THE DEATH OF WALLACE.
    • JAMES I. OF SCOTLAND.
      • THE KING THUS DESCRIBES THE APPEARANCE OF HIS MISTRESS, WHEN HE FIRST SAW HER FROM A WINDOW OF HIS PRISON AT WINDSOR.
    • THE KING THUS DESCRIBES THE APPEARANCE OF HIS MISTRESS, WHEN HE FIRST SAW HER FROM A WINDOW OF HIS PRISON AT WINDSOR.
    • JOHN THE CHAPLAIN—THOMAS OCCLEVE.
    • JOHN LYDGATE.
      • CANACE, CONDEMNED TO DEATH BY HER FATHER AEOLUS, SENDS TO HER GUILTY BROTHER MACAREUS THE LAST TESTIMONY OF HER UNHAPPY PASSION.
        • THE LONDON LYCKPENNY.
        • DINNER GIVEN BY THE TOWN MOUSE TO THE COUNTRY MOUSE.
        • [FROM THE MORAL.]
      • THE LONDON LYCKPENNY.
      • DINNER GIVEN BY THE TOWN MOUSE TO THE COUNTRY MOUSE.
      • [FROM THE MORAL.]
      • THE GARMENT OF GOOD LADIES.
    • CANACE, CONDEMNED TO DEATH BY HER FATHER AEOLUS, SENDS TO HER GUILTY BROTHER MACAREUS THE LAST TESTIMONY OF HER UNHAPPY PASSION.
      • THE LONDON LYCKPENNY.
      • DINNER GIVEN BY THE TOWN MOUSE TO THE COUNTRY MOUSE.
      • [FROM THE MORAL.]
    • THE LONDON LYCKPENNY.
    • DINNER GIVEN BY THE TOWN MOUSE TO THE COUNTRY MOUSE.
    • [FROM THE MORAL.]
    • THE GARMENT OF GOOD LADIES.
    • WILLIAM DUNBAR
      • THE DANCE OF THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS THROUGH HELL.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
        • THE MERLE AND NIGHTINGALE.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • THE MERLE AND NIGHTINGALE.
    • THE DANCE OF THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS THROUGH HELL.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • THE MERLE AND NIGHTINGALE.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • THE MERLE AND NIGHTINGALE.
    • GAVIN DOUGLAS.
      • MORNING IN MAY.
    • MORNING IN MAY.
    • SKELTON.
      • TO MISTRESS MARGARET HUSSEY.
    • TO MISTRESS MARGARET HUSSEY.
    • SIR DAVID LYNDSAY.
      • MELDRUM'S DUEL WITH THE ENGLISH CHAMPION TALBART.
        • SUPPLICATION IN CONTEMPTION OF SIDE TAILS,[1] (1538.)
      • SUPPLICATION IN CONTEMPTION OF SIDE TAILS,[1] (1538.)
    • MELDRUM'S DUEL WITH THE ENGLISH CHAMPION TALBART.
      • SUPPLICATION IN CONTEMPTION OF SIDE TAILS,[1] (1538.)
    • SUPPLICATION IN CONTEMPTION OF SIDE TAILS,[1] (1538.)
    • THOMAS TUSSER.
      • DIRECTIONS FOR CULTIVATING A HOP-GARDEN.
        • HOUSEWIFELY PHYSIC.
        • MORAL REFLECTIONS ON THE WIND.
      • HOUSEWIFELY PHYSIC.
      • MORAL REFLECTIONS ON THE WIND.
    • DIRECTIONS FOR CULTIVATING A HOP-GARDEN.
      • HOUSEWIFELY PHYSIC.
      • MORAL REFLECTIONS ON THE WIND.
    • HOUSEWIFELY PHYSIC.
    • MORAL REFLECTIONS ON THE WIND.
    • GEORGE GASCOIGNE.
      • GOOD-MORROW.
        • GOOD-NIGHT.
      • GOOD-NIGHT.
    • GOOD-MORROW.
      • GOOD-NIGHT.
    • GOOD-NIGHT.
    • THOMAS SACKVILLE, LORD BUCKHURST AND EARL OF DORSET.
      • ALLEGORICAL CHARACTERS FROM THE MIRROR FOR MAGISTRATES.
        • HENRY DUKE OP BUCKINGHAM IN THE INFERNAL REGIONS.
      • HENRY DUKE OP BUCKINGHAM IN THE INFERNAL REGIONS.
    • ALLEGORICAL CHARACTERS FROM THE MIRROR FOR MAGISTRATES.
      • HENRY DUKE OP BUCKINGHAM IN THE INFERNAL REGIONS.
    • HENRY DUKE OP BUCKINGHAM IN THE INFERNAL REGIONS.
    • JOHN HARRINGTON.
      • SONNET ON ISABELLA MARKHAM,
        • VERSES ON A MOST STONY-HEARTED MAIDEN WHO DID SORELY BEGUILE THE NOBLE KNIGHT, MY TRUE FRIEND.
      • VERSES ON A MOST STONY-HEARTED MAIDEN WHO DID SORELY BEGUILE THE NOBLE KNIGHT, MY TRUE FRIEND.
    • SONNET ON ISABELLA MARKHAM,
      • VERSES ON A MOST STONY-HEARTED MAIDEN WHO DID SORELY BEGUILE THE NOBLE KNIGHT, MY TRUE FRIEND.
    • VERSES ON A MOST STONY-HEARTED MAIDEN WHO DID SORELY BEGUILE THE NOBLE KNIGHT, MY TRUE FRIEND.
    • SIR PHILIP SIDNEY.
      • TO SLEEP.
        • SONNETS.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
      • SONNETS.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
    • TO SLEEP.
      • SONNETS.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
    • SONNETS.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • ROBERT SOUTHWELL.
      • LOOK HOME.
        • THE IMAGE OF DEATH.
        • LOVE'S SERVILE LOT.
        • TIMES GO BY TURNS.
      • THE IMAGE OF DEATH.
      • LOVE'S SERVILE LOT.
      • TIMES GO BY TURNS.
    • LOOK HOME.
      • THE IMAGE OF DEATH.
      • LOVE'S SERVILE LOT.
      • TIMES GO BY TURNS.
    • THE IMAGE OF DEATH.
    • LOVE'S SERVILE LOT.
    • TIMES GO BY TURNS.
    • THOMAS WATSON.
      • THE NYMPHS TO THEIR MAY-QUEEN.
        • SONNET.
      • SONNET.
    • THE NYMPHS TO THEIR MAY-QUEEN.
      • SONNET.
    • SONNET.
    • THOMAS TURBERVILLE.
      • IN PRAISE OP THE RENOWNED LADY ANNE, COUNTESS OF WARWICK.
        • HARPALUS' COMPLAINT OF PHILLIDA'S LOVE BESTOWED ON CORIN, WHO LOVED HER NOT, AND DENIED HIM THAT LOVED HER.
        • A PRAISE OF HIS LADY.
        • THAT ALL THINGS SOMETIME FIND EASE OF THEIR PAIN, SAVE ONLY THE LOVER.
        • FROM 'THE PHOENIX' NEST.'
        • FROM THE SAME.
        • THE SOUL'S ERRAND.
        • SECOND PERIOD.
      • HARPALUS' COMPLAINT OF PHILLIDA'S LOVE BESTOWED ON CORIN, WHO LOVED HER NOT, AND DENIED HIM THAT LOVED HER.
      • A PRAISE OF HIS LADY.
      • THAT ALL THINGS SOMETIME FIND EASE OF THEIR PAIN, SAVE ONLY THE LOVER.
      • FROM 'THE PHOENIX' NEST.'
      • FROM THE SAME.
      • THE SOUL'S ERRAND.
      • SECOND PERIOD.
    • IN PRAISE OP THE RENOWNED LADY ANNE, COUNTESS OF WARWICK.
      • HARPALUS' COMPLAINT OF PHILLIDA'S LOVE BESTOWED ON CORIN, WHO LOVED HER NOT, AND DENIED HIM THAT LOVED HER.
      • A PRAISE OF HIS LADY.
      • THAT ALL THINGS SOMETIME FIND EASE OF THEIR PAIN, SAVE ONLY THE LOVER.
      • FROM 'THE PHOENIX' NEST.'
      • FROM THE SAME.
      • THE SOUL'S ERRAND.
      • SECOND PERIOD.
    • HARPALUS' COMPLAINT OF PHILLIDA'S LOVE BESTOWED ON CORIN, WHO LOVED HER NOT, AND DENIED HIM THAT LOVED HER.
    • A PRAISE OF HIS LADY.
    • THAT ALL THINGS SOMETIME FIND EASE OF THEIR PAIN, SAVE ONLY THE LOVER.
    • FROM 'THE PHOENIX' NEST.'
    • FROM THE SAME.
    • THE SOUL'S ERRAND.
    • SECOND PERIOD.
    • FRANCIS BEAUMONT.
      • TO BEN JONSON.
        • ON THE TOMBS IN WESTMINSTER.
        • AN EPITAPH.
      • ON THE TOMBS IN WESTMINSTER.
      • AN EPITAPH.
    • TO BEN JONSON.
      • ON THE TOMBS IN WESTMINSTER.
      • AN EPITAPH.
    • ON THE TOMBS IN WESTMINSTER.
    • AN EPITAPH.
    • SIR WALTER RALEIGH.
      • THE COUNTRY'S RECREATIONS.
        • THE SILENT LOVER.
        • A VISION UPON 'THE FAIRY QUEEN.'
        • LOVE ADMITS NO RIVAL.
      • THE SILENT LOVER.
      • A VISION UPON 'THE FAIRY QUEEN.'
      • LOVE ADMITS NO RIVAL.
    • THE COUNTRY'S RECREATIONS.
      • THE SILENT LOVER.
      • A VISION UPON 'THE FAIRY QUEEN.'
      • LOVE ADMITS NO RIVAL.
    • THE SILENT LOVER.
    • A VISION UPON 'THE FAIRY QUEEN.'
    • LOVE ADMITS NO RIVAL.
    • JOSHUA SYLVESTER.
      • TO RELIGION.
        • ON MAN'S RESEMBLANCE TO GOD. (FROM DU BARTAS.)
        • THE CHARIOT OF THE SUN.
      • ON MAN'S RESEMBLANCE TO GOD. (FROM DU BARTAS.)
      • THE CHARIOT OF THE SUN.
    • TO RELIGION.
      • ON MAN'S RESEMBLANCE TO GOD. (FROM DU BARTAS.)
      • THE CHARIOT OF THE SUN.
    • ON MAN'S RESEMBLANCE TO GOD. (FROM DU BARTAS.)
    • THE CHARIOT OF THE SUN.
    • RICHARD BARNFIELD.
      • ADDRESS TO THE NIGHTINGALE.
    • ADDRESS TO THE NIGHTINGALE.
    • ALEXANDER HUME.
      • THANKS FOR A SUMMER'S DAY.
        • OTHER SCOTTISH POETS.
      • OTHER SCOTTISH POETS.
    • THANKS FOR A SUMMER'S DAY.
      • OTHER SCOTTISH POETS.
    • OTHER SCOTTISH POETS.
    • SAMUEL DANIEL.
      • RICHARD II., THE MORNING BEFORE HIS MURDER IN POMFRET CASTLE.
        • EARLY LOVE.
        • SELECTIONS FROM SONNETS.
      • EARLY LOVE.
      • SELECTIONS FROM SONNETS.
    • RICHARD II., THE MORNING BEFORE HIS MURDER IN POMFRET CASTLE.
      • EARLY LOVE.
      • SELECTIONS FROM SONNETS.
    • EARLY LOVE.
    • SELECTIONS FROM SONNETS.
    • SIR JOHN DAVIES.
      • INTRODUCTION TO THE POEM ON THE SOUL OF MAN.
        • THE SELF-SUBSISTENCE OF THE SOUL.
        • SPIRITUALITY OF THE SOUL.
      • THE SELF-SUBSISTENCE OF THE SOUL.
      • SPIRITUALITY OF THE SOUL.
    • INTRODUCTION TO THE POEM ON THE SOUL OF MAN.
      • THE SELF-SUBSISTENCE OF THE SOUL.
      • SPIRITUALITY OF THE SOUL.
    • THE SELF-SUBSISTENCE OF THE SOUL.
    • SPIRITUALITY OF THE SOUL.
    • GILES FLETCHER.
      • THE NATIVITY.
        • SONG OF SORCERESS SEEKING TO TEMPT CHRIST.
        • CLOSE OF 'CHRIST'S VICTORY AND TRIUMPH.'
      • SONG OF SORCERESS SEEKING TO TEMPT CHRIST.
      • CLOSE OF 'CHRIST'S VICTORY AND TRIUMPH.'
    • THE NATIVITY.
      • SONG OF SORCERESS SEEKING TO TEMPT CHRIST.
      • CLOSE OF 'CHRIST'S VICTORY AND TRIUMPH.'
    • SONG OF SORCERESS SEEKING TO TEMPT CHRIST.
    • CLOSE OF 'CHRIST'S VICTORY AND TRIUMPH.'
    • JOHN DONNE.
      • HOLY SONNETS.
        • THE PROGRESS OF THE SOUL.
      • THE PROGRESS OF THE SOUL.
    • HOLY SONNETS.
      • THE PROGRESS OF THE SOUL.
    • THE PROGRESS OF THE SOUL.
    • MICHAEL DRAYTON,
      • DESCRIPTION OF MORNING.
    • DESCRIPTION OF MORNING.
    • EDWARD FAIRFAX.
      • RINALDO AT MOUNT OLIVET.
    • RINALDO AT MOUNT OLIVET.
    • SIR HENRY WOTTON
      • FAREWELL TO THE VANITIES OF THE WORLD.
        • A MEDITATION.
      • A MEDITATION.
    • FAREWELL TO THE VANITIES OF THE WORLD.
      • A MEDITATION.
    • A MEDITATION.
    • RICHARD CORBET.
      • DR CORBET'S JOURNEY INTO FRANCE.
        • FAREWELL TO THE FAIRIES.
      • FAREWELL TO THE FAIRIES.
    • DR CORBET'S JOURNEY INTO FRANCE.
      • FAREWELL TO THE FAIRIES.
    • FAREWELL TO THE FAIRIES.
    • BEN JONSON.
      • EPITAPH ON THE COUNTESS OF PEMBROKE.
        • THE PICTURE OF THE BODY.
        • TO PENSHURST.
        • TO THE MEMORY OF MY BELOVED MASTER, WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE, AND WHAT HE HATH LEFT US.
        • ON THE PORTRAIT OF SHAKSPEARE.
      • THE PICTURE OF THE BODY.
      • TO PENSHURST.
      • TO THE MEMORY OF MY BELOVED MASTER, WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE, AND WHAT HE HATH LEFT US.
      • ON THE PORTRAIT OF SHAKSPEARE.
    • EPITAPH ON THE COUNTESS OF PEMBROKE.
      • THE PICTURE OF THE BODY.
      • TO PENSHURST.
      • TO THE MEMORY OF MY BELOVED MASTER, WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE, AND WHAT HE HATH LEFT US.
      • ON THE PORTRAIT OF SHAKSPEARE.
    • THE PICTURE OF THE BODY.
    • TO PENSHURST.
    • TO THE MEMORY OF MY BELOVED MASTER, WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE, AND WHAT HE HATH LEFT US.
    • ON THE PORTRAIT OF SHAKSPEARE.
    • THOMAS RANDOLPH.
      • THE PRAISE OF WOMAN.
        • TO MY PICTURE.
        • TO A LADY ADMIRING HERSELF IN A LOOKING-GLASS.
      • TO MY PICTURE.
      • TO A LADY ADMIRING HERSELF IN A LOOKING-GLASS.
    • THE PRAISE OF WOMAN.
      • TO MY PICTURE.
      • TO A LADY ADMIRING HERSELF IN A LOOKING-GLASS.
    • TO MY PICTURE.
    • TO A LADY ADMIRING HERSELF IN A LOOKING-GLASS.
    • ROBERT BURTON.
      • ON MELANCHOLY.
    • ON MELANCHOLY.
    • THOMAS CAREW.
    • PERSUASIONS TO LOVE.
      • SONG.
        • TO MY MISTRESS SITTING BY A RIVER'S SIDE.
        • SONG.
        • A PASTORAL DIALOGUE.
        • SONG.
      • TO MY MISTRESS SITTING BY A RIVER'S SIDE.
      • SONG.
      • A PASTORAL DIALOGUE.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
      • TO MY MISTRESS SITTING BY A RIVER'S SIDE.
      • SONG.
      • A PASTORAL DIALOGUE.
      • SONG.
    • TO MY MISTRESS SITTING BY A RIVER'S SIDE.
    • SONG.
    • A PASTORAL DIALOGUE.
    • SONG.
    • SIR JOHN SUCKLING.
      • SONG.
        • A BALLAD UPON A WEDDING.
        • SONG.
      • A BALLAD UPON A WEDDING.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
      • A BALLAD UPON A WEDDING.
      • SONG.
    • A BALLAD UPON A WEDDING.
    • SONG.
    • WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT.
      • LOVE'S DARTS.
        • ON THE DEATH OF SIR BEVIL GRENVILLE.
        • A VALEDICTION.
      • ON THE DEATH OF SIR BEVIL GRENVILLE.
      • A VALEDICTION.
    • LOVE'S DARTS.
      • ON THE DEATH OF SIR BEVIL GRENVILLE.
      • A VALEDICTION.
    • ON THE DEATH OF SIR BEVIL GRENVILLE.
    • A VALEDICTION.
    • WILLIAM BROWNE.
      • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • POWER OF GENIUS OVER ENVY.
        • EVENING.
        • FROM 'BRITANNIA'S PASTORALS.'
        • A DESCRIPTIVE SKETCH.
      • SONG.
      • POWER OF GENIUS OVER ENVY.
      • EVENING.
      • FROM 'BRITANNIA'S PASTORALS.'
      • A DESCRIPTIVE SKETCH.
    • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • POWER OF GENIUS OVER ENVY.
      • EVENING.
      • FROM 'BRITANNIA'S PASTORALS.'
      • A DESCRIPTIVE SKETCH.
    • SONG.
    • POWER OF GENIUS OVER ENVY.
    • EVENING.
    • FROM 'BRITANNIA'S PASTORALS.'
    • A DESCRIPTIVE SKETCH.
    • WILLIAM ALEXANDER, EARL OF STIRLING.
      • SONNET.
    • SONNET.
    • WILLIAM DRUMMOND.
      • THE RIVER OF FORTH FEASTING.
        • SONNETS.
        • SPIRITUAL POEMS.
      • SONNETS.
      • SPIRITUAL POEMS.
    • THE RIVER OF FORTH FEASTING.
      • SONNETS.
      • SPIRITUAL POEMS.
    • SONNETS.
    • SPIRITUAL POEMS.
    • PHINEAS FLETCHER
      • DESCRIPTION OF PARTHENIA.
        • INSTABILITY OF HUMAN GREATNESS.
        • HAPPINESS OF THE SHEPHERD'S LIFE.
        • MARRIAGE OF CHRIST AND THE CHURCH.
        • END OF VOL. I.
      • INSTABILITY OF HUMAN GREATNESS.
      • HAPPINESS OF THE SHEPHERD'S LIFE.
      • MARRIAGE OF CHRIST AND THE CHURCH.
      • END OF VOL. I.
    • DESCRIPTION OF PARTHENIA.
      • INSTABILITY OF HUMAN GREATNESS.
      • HAPPINESS OF THE SHEPHERD'S LIFE.
      • MARRIAGE OF CHRIST AND THE CHURCH.
      • END OF VOL. I.
    • INSTABILITY OF HUMAN GREATNESS.
    • HAPPINESS OF THE SHEPHERD'S LIFE.
    • MARRIAGE OF CHRIST AND THE CHURCH.
    • END OF VOL. I.
  • SPECIMENS WITH MEMOIRS OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
    • CONTENTS
      • SECOND PERIOD—FROM SPENSER TO DRYDEN. (CONTINUED.)
        • SPECIMENS WITH MEMOIRS OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
        • SECOND PERIOD—FROM SPENSER TO DRYDEN. (CONTINUED.)
        • WILLIAM HABINGTON.
        • EPISTLE ADDRESSED TO THE HONOURABLE W.E.
        • TO HIS NOBLEST FRIEND, J.C., ESQ.
        • A DESCRIPTION OF CASTARA.
      • SPECIMENS WITH MEMOIRS OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
      • SECOND PERIOD—FROM SPENSER TO DRYDEN. (CONTINUED.)
      • WILLIAM HABINGTON.
      • EPISTLE ADDRESSED TO THE HONOURABLE W.E.
      • TO HIS NOBLEST FRIEND, J.C., ESQ.
      • A DESCRIPTION OF CASTARA.
    • SECOND PERIOD—FROM SPENSER TO DRYDEN. (CONTINUED.)
      • SPECIMENS WITH MEMOIRS OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
      • SECOND PERIOD—FROM SPENSER TO DRYDEN. (CONTINUED.)
      • WILLIAM HABINGTON.
      • EPISTLE ADDRESSED TO THE HONOURABLE W.E.
      • TO HIS NOBLEST FRIEND, J.C., ESQ.
      • A DESCRIPTION OF CASTARA.
    • SPECIMENS WITH MEMOIRS OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
    • SECOND PERIOD—FROM SPENSER TO DRYDEN. (CONTINUED.)
    • WILLIAM HABINGTON.
    • EPISTLE ADDRESSED TO THE HONOURABLE W.E.
    • TO HIS NOBLEST FRIEND, J.C., ESQ.
    • A DESCRIPTION OF CASTARA.
    • JOSEPH HALL, BISHOP OF NORWICH.
      • THE MORNING STAR.
        • 'UPON THE SIGHT OF TWO SNAILS.'
        • SATIRE I.
        • SATIRE VII.
      • 'UPON THE SIGHT OF TWO SNAILS.'
      • SATIRE I.
      • SATIRE VII.
    • THE MORNING STAR.
      • 'UPON THE SIGHT OF TWO SNAILS.'
      • SATIRE I.
      • SATIRE VII.
    • 'UPON THE SIGHT OF TWO SNAILS.'
    • SATIRE I.
    • SATIRE VII.
    • RICHARD LOVELACE.
      • SONG.
        • SONG.
        • A LOOSE SARABAND.
      • SONG.
      • A LOOSE SARABAND.
    • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • A LOOSE SARABAND.
    • SONG.
    • A LOOSE SARABAND.
    • ROBERT HERRICK.
      • SONG.
        • CHERRY-RIPE.
        • THE KISS: A DIALOGUE.
        • TO DAFFODILS.
        • TO PRIMROSES.
        • TO BLOSSOMS.
        • OBERON'S PALACE.
        • THE MAD MAID'S SONG.
        • CORINNA'S GOING A-MAYING.
      • CHERRY-RIPE.
      • THE KISS: A DIALOGUE.
      • TO DAFFODILS.
      • TO PRIMROSES.
      • TO BLOSSOMS.
      • OBERON'S PALACE.
      • THE MAD MAID'S SONG.
      • CORINNA'S GOING A-MAYING.
      • JEPHTHAH'S DAUGHTER.
        • THE COUNTRY LIFE.
      • THE COUNTRY LIFE.
    • SONG.
      • CHERRY-RIPE.
      • THE KISS: A DIALOGUE.
      • TO DAFFODILS.
      • TO PRIMROSES.
      • TO BLOSSOMS.
      • OBERON'S PALACE.
      • THE MAD MAID'S SONG.
      • CORINNA'S GOING A-MAYING.
    • CHERRY-RIPE.
    • THE KISS: A DIALOGUE.
    • TO DAFFODILS.
    • TO PRIMROSES.
    • TO BLOSSOMS.
    • OBERON'S PALACE.
    • THE MAD MAID'S SONG.
    • CORINNA'S GOING A-MAYING.
    • JEPHTHAH'S DAUGHTER.
      • THE COUNTRY LIFE.
    • THE COUNTRY LIFE.
    • SIR RICHARD FANSHAWE.
      • THE SPRING, A SONNET. FROM THE SPANISH.
    • THE SPRING, A SONNET. FROM THE SPANISH.
    • ABRAHAM COWLEY.
      • THE CHRONICLE, A BALLAD.
        • THE COMPLAINT.
        • THE DESPAIR.
        • OF WIT.
        • OF SOLITUDE.
        • THE WISH.
        • UPON THE SHORTNESS OF MAN'S LIFE.
        • ON THE PRAISE OF POETRY.
        • THE MOTTO.
        • DAVIDEIS.
        • LIFE.
        • THE PLAGUES OF EGYPT.
      • THE COMPLAINT.
      • THE DESPAIR.
      • OF WIT.
      • OF SOLITUDE.
      • THE WISH.
      • UPON THE SHORTNESS OF MAN'S LIFE.
      • ON THE PRAISE OF POETRY.
      • THE MOTTO.
      • DAVIDEIS.
      • LIFE.
      • THE PLAGUES OF EGYPT.
    • THE CHRONICLE, A BALLAD.
      • THE COMPLAINT.
      • THE DESPAIR.
      • OF WIT.
      • OF SOLITUDE.
      • THE WISH.
      • UPON THE SHORTNESS OF MAN'S LIFE.
      • ON THE PRAISE OF POETRY.
      • THE MOTTO.
      • DAVIDEIS.
      • LIFE.
      • THE PLAGUES OF EGYPT.
    • THE COMPLAINT.
    • THE DESPAIR.
    • OF WIT.
    • OF SOLITUDE.
    • THE WISH.
    • UPON THE SHORTNESS OF MAN'S LIFE.
    • ON THE PRAISE OF POETRY.
    • THE MOTTO.
    • DAVIDEIS.
    • LIFE.
    • THE PLAGUES OF EGYPT.
    • GEORGE WITHER
      • FROM 'THE SHEPHERD'S HUNTING.'
        • THE SHEPHERD'S RESOLUTION.
        • THE STEADFAST SHEPHERD.
        • THE SHEPHERD'S HUNTING.
        • SONG.
      • THE SHEPHERD'S RESOLUTION.
      • THE STEADFAST SHEPHERD.
      • THE SHEPHERD'S HUNTING.
      • SONG.
    • FROM 'THE SHEPHERD'S HUNTING.'
      • THE SHEPHERD'S RESOLUTION.
      • THE STEADFAST SHEPHERD.
      • THE SHEPHERD'S HUNTING.
      • SONG.
    • THE SHEPHERD'S RESOLUTION.
    • THE STEADFAST SHEPHERD.
    • THE SHEPHERD'S HUNTING.
    • SONG.
    • SIR WILLIAM DAVENANT,
      • FROM 'GONDIBERT'—CANTO II.
        • FROM 'GONDIBERT'—CANTO IV.
      • FROM 'GONDIBERT'—CANTO IV.
    • FROM 'GONDIBERT'—CANTO II.
      • FROM 'GONDIBERT'—CANTO IV.
    • FROM 'GONDIBERT'—CANTO IV.
    • DR HENRY KING.
      • SIC VITA.
        • SONG.
        • LIFE.
      • SONG.
      • LIFE.
    • SIC VITA.
      • SONG.
      • LIFE.
    • SONG.
    • LIFE.
    • JOHN CHALKHILL.
      • ARCADIA.
        • THEALMA, A DESERTED SHEPHERDESS.
        • PRIESTESS OF DIANA.
        • THEALMA IN FULL DRESS.
        • DWELLING OF THE WITCH ORANDRA.
      • THEALMA, A DESERTED SHEPHERDESS.
      • PRIESTESS OF DIANA.
      • THEALMA IN FULL DRESS.
      • DWELLING OF THE WITCH ORANDRA.
    • ARCADIA.
      • THEALMA, A DESERTED SHEPHERDESS.
      • PRIESTESS OF DIANA.
      • THEALMA IN FULL DRESS.
      • DWELLING OF THE WITCH ORANDRA.
    • THEALMA, A DESERTED SHEPHERDESS.
    • PRIESTESS OF DIANA.
    • THEALMA IN FULL DRESS.
    • DWELLING OF THE WITCH ORANDRA.
    • CATHARINE PHILLIPS.
      • THE INQUIRY.
        • A FRIEND.
      • A FRIEND.
    • THE INQUIRY.
      • A FRIEND.
    • A FRIEND.
    • MARGARET, DUCHESS OF NEWCASTLE.
      • MELANCHOLY DESCRIBED BY MIRTH.
        • MELANCHOLY DESCRIBING HERSELF.
      • MELANCHOLY DESCRIBING HERSELF.
    • MELANCHOLY DESCRIBED BY MIRTH.
      • MELANCHOLY DESCRIBING HERSELF.
    • MELANCHOLY DESCRIBING HERSELF.
    • THOMAS STANLEY.
      • CELIA SINGING.
        • SPEAKING AND KISSING.
        • LA BELLE CONFIDANTE.
        • THE LOSS.
        • NOTE ON ANACREON.
      • SPEAKING AND KISSING.
      • LA BELLE CONFIDANTE.
      • THE LOSS.
      • NOTE ON ANACREON.
    • CELIA SINGING.
      • SPEAKING AND KISSING.
      • LA BELLE CONFIDANTE.
      • THE LOSS.
      • NOTE ON ANACREON.
    • SPEAKING AND KISSING.
    • LA BELLE CONFIDANTE.
    • THE LOSS.
    • NOTE ON ANACREON.
    • ANDREW MARVELL.
      • THE EMIGRANTS.
        • THE NYMPH COMPLAINING FOR THE DEATH OF HER FAWN.
        • ON PARADISE LOST.
        • THOUGHTS IN A GARDEN.
        • SATIRE ON HOLLAND.
      • THE NYMPH COMPLAINING FOR THE DEATH OF HER FAWN.
      • ON PARADISE LOST.
      • THOUGHTS IN A GARDEN.
      • SATIRE ON HOLLAND.
    • THE EMIGRANTS.
      • THE NYMPH COMPLAINING FOR THE DEATH OF HER FAWN.
      • ON PARADISE LOST.
      • THOUGHTS IN A GARDEN.
      • SATIRE ON HOLLAND.
    • THE NYMPH COMPLAINING FOR THE DEATH OF HER FAWN.
    • ON PARADISE LOST.
    • THOUGHTS IN A GARDEN.
    • SATIRE ON HOLLAND.
    • IZAAK WALTON.
      • THE ANGLER'S WISH.
    • THE ANGLER'S WISH.
    • JOHN WILMOT, EARL OF ROCHESTER
      • SONG.
        • SONG.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • THE EARL OF ROSCOMMON.
      • FROM "AN ESSAY ON TRANSLATED VERSE."
    • FROM "AN ESSAY ON TRANSLATED VERSE."
    • CHARLES COTTON.
      • INVITATION TO IZAAK WALTON.
      • A VOYAGE TO IRELAND IN BURLESQUE.
        • CANTO II
        • CANTO III.
      • CANTO II
      • CANTO III.
    • INVITATION TO IZAAK WALTON.
    • A VOYAGE TO IRELAND IN BURLESQUE.
      • CANTO II
      • CANTO III.
    • CANTO II
    • CANTO III.
    • DR HENRY MORE.
      • OPENING OF SECOND PART OF 'PSYCHOZOIA.'
        • EXORDIUM OF THIRD PART.
        • DESTRUCTION AND RENOVATION OF ALL THINGS.
        • A DISTEMPERED FANCY.
        • SOUL COMPARED TO A LANTERN.
      • EXORDIUM OF THIRD PART.
      • DESTRUCTION AND RENOVATION OF ALL THINGS.
      • A DISTEMPERED FANCY.
      • SOUL COMPARED TO A LANTERN.
    • OPENING OF SECOND PART OF 'PSYCHOZOIA.'
      • EXORDIUM OF THIRD PART.
      • DESTRUCTION AND RENOVATION OF ALL THINGS.
      • A DISTEMPERED FANCY.
      • SOUL COMPARED TO A LANTERN.
    • EXORDIUM OF THIRD PART.
    • DESTRUCTION AND RENOVATION OF ALL THINGS.
    • A DISTEMPERED FANCY.
    • SOUL COMPARED TO A LANTERN.
    • WILLIAM CHAMBERLAYNE.
      • ARGALIA TAKEN PRISONER BY THE TURKS.
    • ARGALIA TAKEN PRISONER BY THE TURKS.
    • HENRY VAUGHAN.
      • ON A CHARNEL-HOUSE.
        • ON GOMBAULD'S ENDYMION.
        • APOSTROPHE TO FLETCHER THE DRAMATIST.
        • PICTURE OF THE TOWN.
        • THE GOLDEN AGE.
        • REGENERATION.
        • RESURRECTION AND IMMORTALITY.
        • THE SEARCH.
        • ISAAC'S MARRIAGE.
        • MAN'S FALL AND RECOVERY.
        • THE SHOWER.
        • BURIAL.
        • CHEERFULNESS.
        • THE PASSION.
        • RULES AND LESSONS.
        • REPENTANCE.
        • THE DAWNING.
        • THE TEMPEST.
        • THE WORLD.
        • THE CONSTELLATION.
        • MISERY.
        • MOUNT OF OLIVES.
        • ASCENSION-DAY.
        • COCK-CROWING.
        • THE PALM-TREE.
        • THE GARLAND.
        • LOVE-SICK.
        • PSALM CIV.
        • THE TIMBER.
        • THE JEWS.
        • PALM-SUNDAY.
        • PROVIDENCE.
        • ST MARY MAGDALENE.
        • THE RAINBOW.
        • THE SEED GROWING SECRETLY.
        • CHILDHOOD.
        • ABEL'S BLOOD.
        • RIGHTEOUSNESS.
        • JACOB'S PILLOW AND PILLAR.
        • THE FEAST.
        • THE WATERFALL.
      • ON GOMBAULD'S ENDYMION.
      • APOSTROPHE TO FLETCHER THE DRAMATIST.
      • PICTURE OF THE TOWN.
      • THE GOLDEN AGE.
      • REGENERATION.
      • RESURRECTION AND IMMORTALITY.
      • THE SEARCH.
      • ISAAC'S MARRIAGE.
      • MAN'S FALL AND RECOVERY.
      • THE SHOWER.
      • BURIAL.
      • CHEERFULNESS.
      • THE PASSION.
      • RULES AND LESSONS.
      • REPENTANCE.
      • THE DAWNING.
      • THE TEMPEST.
      • THE WORLD.
      • THE CONSTELLATION.
      • MISERY.
      • MOUNT OF OLIVES.
      • ASCENSION-DAY.
      • COCK-CROWING.
      • THE PALM-TREE.
      • THE GARLAND.
      • LOVE-SICK.
      • PSALM CIV.
      • THE TIMBER.
      • THE JEWS.
      • PALM-SUNDAY.
      • PROVIDENCE.
      • ST MARY MAGDALENE.
      • THE RAINBOW.
      • THE SEED GROWING SECRETLY.
      • CHILDHOOD.
      • ABEL'S BLOOD.
      • RIGHTEOUSNESS.
      • JACOB'S PILLOW AND PILLAR.
      • THE FEAST.
      • THE WATERFALL.
    • ON A CHARNEL-HOUSE.
      • ON GOMBAULD'S ENDYMION.
      • APOSTROPHE TO FLETCHER THE DRAMATIST.
      • PICTURE OF THE TOWN.
      • THE GOLDEN AGE.
      • REGENERATION.
      • RESURRECTION AND IMMORTALITY.
      • THE SEARCH.
      • ISAAC'S MARRIAGE.
      • MAN'S FALL AND RECOVERY.
      • THE SHOWER.
      • BURIAL.
      • CHEERFULNESS.
      • THE PASSION.
      • RULES AND LESSONS.
      • REPENTANCE.
      • THE DAWNING.
      • THE TEMPEST.
      • THE WORLD.
      • THE CONSTELLATION.
      • MISERY.
      • MOUNT OF OLIVES.
      • ASCENSION-DAY.
      • COCK-CROWING.
      • THE PALM-TREE.
      • THE GARLAND.
      • LOVE-SICK.
      • PSALM CIV.
      • THE TIMBER.
      • THE JEWS.
      • PALM-SUNDAY.
      • PROVIDENCE.
      • ST MARY MAGDALENE.
      • THE RAINBOW.
      • THE SEED GROWING SECRETLY.
      • CHILDHOOD.
      • ABEL'S BLOOD.
      • RIGHTEOUSNESS.
      • JACOB'S PILLOW AND PILLAR.
      • THE FEAST.
      • THE WATERFALL.
    • ON GOMBAULD'S ENDYMION.
    • APOSTROPHE TO FLETCHER THE DRAMATIST.
    • PICTURE OF THE TOWN.
    • THE GOLDEN AGE.
    • REGENERATION.
    • RESURRECTION AND IMMORTALITY.
    • THE SEARCH.
    • ISAAC'S MARRIAGE.
    • MAN'S FALL AND RECOVERY.
    • THE SHOWER.
    • BURIAL.
    • CHEERFULNESS.
    • THE PASSION.
    • RULES AND LESSONS.
    • REPENTANCE.
    • THE DAWNING.
    • THE TEMPEST.
    • THE WORLD.
    • THE CONSTELLATION.
    • MISERY.
    • MOUNT OF OLIVES.
    • ASCENSION-DAY.
    • COCK-CROWING.
    • THE PALM-TREE.
    • THE GARLAND.
    • LOVE-SICK.
    • PSALM CIV.
    • THE TIMBER.
    • THE JEWS.
    • PALM-SUNDAY.
    • PROVIDENCE.
    • ST MARY MAGDALENE.
    • THE RAINBOW.
    • THE SEED GROWING SECRETLY.
    • CHILDHOOD.
    • ABEL'S BLOOD.
    • RIGHTEOUSNESS.
    • JACOB'S PILLOW AND PILLAR.
    • THE FEAST.
    • THE WATERFALL.
    • DR JOSEPH BEAUMONT.
      • HELL.
        • JOSEPH'S DREAM.
        • PARADISE.
        • EVE.
        • TO THE MEMORY OF HIS WIFE.
        • IMPERIAL ROME PERSONIFIED.
        • END.
      • JOSEPH'S DREAM.
      • PARADISE.
      • EVE.
      • TO THE MEMORY OF HIS WIFE.
      • IMPERIAL ROME PERSONIFIED.
      • END.
    • HELL.
      • JOSEPH'S DREAM.
      • PARADISE.
      • EVE.
      • TO THE MEMORY OF HIS WIFE.
      • IMPERIAL ROME PERSONIFIED.
      • END.
    • JOSEPH'S DREAM.
    • PARADISE.
    • EVE.
    • TO THE MEMORY OF HIS WIFE.
    • IMPERIAL ROME PERSONIFIED.
    • END.
    • MISCELLANEOUS PIECES.
      • FROM ROBERT HEATH.
        • WHAT IS LOVE?
        • PROTEST OF LOVE.
        • TO CLARASTELLA.
        • MY MIND TO ME A KINGDOM IS. (FROM BYRD'S 'PSALMS, SONNETS,' ETC. 1588.)
        • THE OLD AND YOUNG COURTIER.
        • THERE IS A GARDEN IN HER FACE.
        • HALLO, MY FANCY.
        • THE FAIRY QUEEN.
      • WHAT IS LOVE?
      • PROTEST OF LOVE.
      • TO CLARASTELLA.
      • MY MIND TO ME A KINGDOM IS. (FROM BYRD'S 'PSALMS, SONNETS,' ETC. 1588.)
      • THE OLD AND YOUNG COURTIER.
      • THERE IS A GARDEN IN HER FACE.
      • HALLO, MY FANCY.
      • THE FAIRY QUEEN.
    • FROM ROBERT HEATH.
      • WHAT IS LOVE?
      • PROTEST OF LOVE.
      • TO CLARASTELLA.
      • MY MIND TO ME A KINGDOM IS. (FROM BYRD'S 'PSALMS, SONNETS,' ETC. 1588.)
      • THE OLD AND YOUNG COURTIER.
      • THERE IS A GARDEN IN HER FACE.
      • HALLO, MY FANCY.
      • THE FAIRY QUEEN.
    • WHAT IS LOVE?
    • PROTEST OF LOVE.
    • TO CLARASTELLA.
    • MY MIND TO ME A KINGDOM IS. (FROM BYRD'S 'PSALMS, SONNETS,' ETC. 1588.)
    • THE OLD AND YOUNG COURTIER.
    • THERE IS A GARDEN IN HER FACE.
    • HALLO, MY FANCY.
    • THE FAIRY QUEEN.
  • SPECIMENS WITH MEMOIRS OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
    • CONTENTS.
      • THIRD PERIOD—FROM DRYDEN TO COWPER.
    • THIRD PERIOD—FROM DRYDEN TO COWPER.
    • SPECIMENS, WITH MEMOIRS, OF THE LESS-KNOWN BRITISH POETS.
      • SIR CHARLES SEDLEY.
        • TO A VERY YOUNG LADY.
        • SONG.
      • TO A VERY YOUNG LADY.
      • SONG.
    • SIR CHARLES SEDLEY.
      • TO A VERY YOUNG LADY.
      • SONG.
    • TO A VERY YOUNG LADY.
    • SONG.
    • JOHN POMFRET,
      • THE CHOICE.
    • THE CHOICE.
    • THE EARL OF DORSET.
      • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • JOHN PHILIPS.
      • THE SPLENDID SHILLING.
    • THE SPLENDID SHILLING.
    • SIR SAMUEL GARTH.
      • THE DISPENSARY.
    • THE DISPENSARY.
    • SIR RICHARD BLACKMORE.
      • VERSES TO BE PLACED UNDER THE PICTURE OF SIR R. BLACKMORE, CONTAINING A COMPLETE CATALOGUE OF HIS WORKS.
        • CREATION.
      • CREATION.
    • VERSES TO BE PLACED UNDER THE PICTURE OF SIR R. BLACKMORE, CONTAINING A COMPLETE CATALOGUE OF HIS WORKS.
      • CREATION.
    • CREATION.
    • ELIJAH FENTON.
      • AN ODE TO THE RIGHT HON. JOHN LORD GOWER.
      • ROBERT CRAWFORD.
        • THE BUSH ABOON TRAQUAIR.
      • THE BUSH ABOON TRAQUAIR.
    • AN ODE TO THE RIGHT HON. JOHN LORD GOWER.
    • ROBERT CRAWFORD.
      • THE BUSH ABOON TRAQUAIR.
    • THE BUSH ABOON TRAQUAIR.
    • THOMAS TICKELL.
      • TO THE EARL OF WARWICK, ON THE DEATH OF MR ADDISON.
    • TO THE EARL OF WARWICK, ON THE DEATH OF MR ADDISON.
    • JAMES HAMMOND.
      • ELEGY XIII.
    • ELEGY XIII.
    • RICHARD SAVAGE.
      • THE BASTARD.
    • THE BASTARD.
    • THOMAS WARTON THE ELDER.
      • VERSES WRITTEN AFTER SEEING WINDSOR CASTLE.
        • AN AMERICAN LOVE ODE.
      • AN AMERICAN LOVE ODE.
    • VERSES WRITTEN AFTER SEEING WINDSOR CASTLE.
      • AN AMERICAN LOVE ODE.
    • AN AMERICAN LOVE ODE.
    • JONATHAN SWIFT.
      • BAUCIS AND PHILEMON.
        • ON POETRY.
        • ON THE DEATH OF DR SWIFT.
        • A CHARACTER, PANEGYRIC, AND DESCRIPTION OF THE LEGION-CLUB. 1736.
      • ON POETRY.
      • ON THE DEATH OF DR SWIFT.
      • A CHARACTER, PANEGYRIC, AND DESCRIPTION OF THE LEGION-CLUB. 1736.
    • BAUCIS AND PHILEMON.
      • ON POETRY.
      • ON THE DEATH OF DR SWIFT.
      • A CHARACTER, PANEGYRIC, AND DESCRIPTION OF THE LEGION-CLUB. 1736.
    • ON POETRY.
    • ON THE DEATH OF DR SWIFT.
    • A CHARACTER, PANEGYRIC, AND DESCRIPTION OF THE LEGION-CLUB. 1736.
    • ISAAC WATTS.
      • FEW HAPPY MATCHES.
        • THE SLUGGARD.
        • THE ROSE.
        • A CRADLE HYMN.
        • BREATHING TOWARD THE HEAVENLY COUNTRY.
        • TO THE REV. MR JOHN HOWE.
      • THE SLUGGARD.
      • THE ROSE.
      • A CRADLE HYMN.
      • BREATHING TOWARD THE HEAVENLY COUNTRY.
      • TO THE REV. MR JOHN HOWE.
    • FEW HAPPY MATCHES.
      • THE SLUGGARD.
      • THE ROSE.
      • A CRADLE HYMN.
      • BREATHING TOWARD THE HEAVENLY COUNTRY.
      • TO THE REV. MR JOHN HOWE.
    • THE SLUGGARD.
    • THE ROSE.
    • A CRADLE HYMN.
    • BREATHING TOWARD THE HEAVENLY COUNTRY.
    • TO THE REV. MR JOHN HOWE.
    • AMBROSE PHILIPS.
      • A FRAGMENT OF SAPPHO.
    • A FRAGMENT OF SAPPHO.
    • WILLIAM HAMILTON.
      • THE BRAES OF YARROW.
    • THE BRAES OF YARROW.
    • ALLAN RAMSAY.
      • LOCHABER NO MORE.
        • THE LAST TIME I CAME O'ER THE MOOR.
        • FROM 'THE GENTLE SHEPHERD.'
      • THE LAST TIME I CAME O'ER THE MOOR.
      • FROM 'THE GENTLE SHEPHERD.'
    • LOCHABER NO MORE.
      • THE LAST TIME I CAME O'ER THE MOOR.
      • FROM 'THE GENTLE SHEPHERD.'
    • THE LAST TIME I CAME O'ER THE MOOR.
    • FROM 'THE GENTLE SHEPHERD.'
    • ISAAC HAWKINS BROWNE.
      • IMITATION OF THOMSON.
        • IMITATION OF POPE.
        • IMITATION OF SWIFT.
      • IMITATION OF POPE.
      • IMITATION OF SWIFT.
    • IMITATION OF THOMSON.
      • IMITATION OF POPE.
      • IMITATION OF SWIFT.
    • IMITATION OF POPE.
    • IMITATION OF SWIFT.
    • WILLIAM OLDYS.
      • SONG, OCCASIONED BY A FLY DRINKING OUT OF A CUP OF ALE.
    • SONG, OCCASIONED BY A FLY DRINKING OUT OF A CUP OF ALE.
    • ROBERT LLOYD.
      • THE MISERIES OF A POET'S LIFE.
    • THE MISERIES OF A POET'S LIFE.
    • HENRY CAREY.
      • SALLY IN OUR ALLEY.
    • SALLY IN OUR ALLEY.
    • DAVID MALLETT.
      • WILLIAM AND MARGARET.
      • THE BIRKS OF INVERMAY.
    • WILLIAM AND MARGARET.
    • THE BIRKS OF INVERMAY.
    • JAMES MERRICK.
      • THE CHAMELEON.
    • THE CHAMELEON.
    • DR JAMES GRAINGER.
      • ODE TO SOLITUDE.
    • ODE TO SOLITUDE.
    • MICHAEL BRUCE.
      • TO THE CUCKOO.
        • ELEGY, WRITTEN IN SPRING.
      • ELEGY, WRITTEN IN SPRING.
    • TO THE CUCKOO.
      • ELEGY, WRITTEN IN SPRING.
    • ELEGY, WRITTEN IN SPRING.
    • CHRISTOPHER SMART.
      • SONG TO DAVID.
    • SONG TO DAVID.
    • THOMAS CHATTERTON.
      • BRISTOWE TRAGEDY.
      • MINSTREL'S SONG.
        • THE STORY OF WILLIAM CANYNGE.
        • KENRICK.
        • FEBRUARY, AN ELEGY.
      • THE STORY OF WILLIAM CANYNGE.
      • KENRICK.
      • FEBRUARY, AN ELEGY.
    • BRISTOWE TRAGEDY.
    • MINSTREL'S SONG.
      • THE STORY OF WILLIAM CANYNGE.
      • KENRICK.
      • FEBRUARY, AN ELEGY.
    • THE STORY OF WILLIAM CANYNGE.
    • KENRICK.
    • FEBRUARY, AN ELEGY.
    • LORD LYTTELTON.
      • FROM THE 'MONODY.'
    • FROM THE 'MONODY.'
    • JOHN CUNNINGHAM.
      • MAY-EVE; OR, KATE OF ABERDEEN.
    • MAY-EVE; OR, KATE OF ABERDEEN.
    • ROBERT FERGUSSON.
      • THE FARMER'S INGLE.
    • THE FARMER'S INGLE.
    • DR WALTER HARTE.
    • EDWARD LOVIBOND.
      • THE TEARS OF OLD MAY-DAY.
    • THE TEARS OF OLD MAY-DAY.
    • FRANCIS FAWKES.
      • THE BROWN JUG.
    • THE BROWN JUG.
    • JOHN LANGHORNE.
      • FROM 'THE COUNTRY JUSTICE.'
        • GIPSIES.
        • A CASE WHERE MERCY SHOULD HAVE MITIGATED JUSTICE.
      • GIPSIES.
      • A CASE WHERE MERCY SHOULD HAVE MITIGATED JUSTICE.
    • FROM 'THE COUNTRY JUSTICE.'
      • GIPSIES.
      • A CASE WHERE MERCY SHOULD HAVE MITIGATED JUSTICE.
    • GIPSIES.
    • A CASE WHERE MERCY SHOULD HAVE MITIGATED JUSTICE.
    • SIR WILLIAM BLACKSTONE.
      • THE LAWYER'S FAREWELL TO HIS MUSE.
    • THE LAWYER'S FAREWELL TO HIS MUSE.
    • JOHN SCOTT.
      • ODE ON HEARING THE DRUM.
        • THE TEMPESTUOUS EVENING.
      • THE TEMPESTUOUS EVENING.
    • ODE ON HEARING THE DRUM.
      • THE TEMPESTUOUS EVENING.
    • THE TEMPESTUOUS EVENING.
    • ALEXANDER ROSS.
      • WOO'D, AND MARRIED, AND A'.
        • THE ROCK AN' THE WEE PICKLE TOW.
      • THE ROCK AN' THE WEE PICKLE TOW.
    • WOO'D, AND MARRIED, AND A'.
      • THE ROCK AN' THE WEE PICKLE TOW.
    • THE ROCK AN' THE WEE PICKLE TOW.
    • RICHARD GLOVER.
      • FROM BOOK XII
      • ADMIRAL HOSIER'S GHOST.
    • FROM BOOK XII
    • ADMIRAL HOSIER'S GHOST.
    • WILLIAM WHITEHEAD.
      • VARIETY.
    • VARIETY.
    • WILLIAM JULIUS MICKLE.
      • CUMNOR HALL.
      • THE MARINER'S WIFE.
    • CUMNOR HALL.
    • THE MARINER'S WIFE.
    • LORD NUGENT.
      • ODE TO MANKIND.
    • ODE TO MANKIND.
    • JOHN LOGAN.
      • THE LOVERS.
        • WRITTEN IN A VISIT TO THE COUNTRY IN AUTUMN.
        • COMPLAINT OF NATURE.
      • WRITTEN IN A VISIT TO THE COUNTRY IN AUTUMN.
      • COMPLAINT OF NATURE.
    • THE LOVERS.
      • WRITTEN IN A VISIT TO THE COUNTRY IN AUTUMN.
      • COMPLAINT OF NATURE.
    • WRITTEN IN A VISIT TO THE COUNTRY IN AUTUMN.
    • COMPLAINT OF NATURE.
    • THOMAS BLACKLOCK.
      • THE AUTHOR'S PICTURE.
        • ODE TO AURORA, ON MELISSA'S BIRTHDAY.
      • ODE TO AURORA, ON MELISSA'S BIRTHDAY.
    • THE AUTHOR'S PICTURE.
      • ODE TO AURORA, ON MELISSA'S BIRTHDAY.
    • ODE TO AURORA, ON MELISSA'S BIRTHDAY.
    • MISS ELLIOT AND MRS COCKBURN.
      • THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST.
        • THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST.
      • THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST.
    • THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST.
      • THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST.
    • THE FLOWERS OF THE FOREST.
    • SIR WILLIAM JONES.
      • A PERSIAN SONG OF HAFIZ.
    • A PERSIAN SONG OF HAFIZ.
    • SAMUEL BISHOP.
      • TO MRS BISHOP,
        • TO THE SAME,
      • TO THE SAME,
    • TO MRS BISHOP,
      • TO THE SAME,
    • TO THE SAME,
    • SUSANNA BLAMIRE.
      • THE NABOB.
        • WHAT AILS THIS HEART O' MINE?
      • WHAT AILS THIS HEART O' MINE?
    • THE NABOB.
      • WHAT AILS THIS HEART O' MINE?
    • WHAT AILS THIS HEART O' MINE?
    • JAMES MACPHERSON.
      • OSSIAN'S ADDRESS TO THE SUN.
        • DESOLATION OF BALCLUTHA.
        • FINGAL AND THE SPIRIT OF LODA.
        • ADDRESS TO THE MOON.
        • FINGAL'S SPIRIT-HOME.
        • THE CAVE.
      • DESOLATION OF BALCLUTHA.
      • FINGAL AND THE SPIRIT OF LODA.
      • ADDRESS TO THE MOON.
      • FINGAL'S SPIRIT-HOME.
      • THE CAVE.
    • OSSIAN'S ADDRESS TO THE SUN.
      • DESOLATION OF BALCLUTHA.
      • FINGAL AND THE SPIRIT OF LODA.
      • ADDRESS TO THE MOON.
      • FINGAL'S SPIRIT-HOME.
      • THE CAVE.
    • DESOLATION OF BALCLUTHA.
    • FINGAL AND THE SPIRIT OF LODA.
    • ADDRESS TO THE MOON.
    • FINGAL'S SPIRIT-HOME.
    • THE CAVE.
    • WILLIAM MASON.
      • EPITAPH ON MRS MASON, IN THE CATHEDRAL OF BRISTOL.
        • AN HEROIC EPISTLE TO SIR WILLIAM CHAMBERS, KNIGHT, COMPTROLLER-GENERAL OF HIS MAJESTY'S WORKS, ETC.
      • AN HEROIC EPISTLE TO SIR WILLIAM CHAMBERS, KNIGHT, COMPTROLLER-GENERAL OF HIS MAJESTY'S WORKS, ETC.
    • EPITAPH ON MRS MASON, IN THE CATHEDRAL OF BRISTOL.
      • AN HEROIC EPISTLE TO SIR WILLIAM CHAMBERS, KNIGHT, COMPTROLLER-GENERAL OF HIS MAJESTY'S WORKS, ETC.
    • AN HEROIC EPISTLE TO SIR WILLIAM CHAMBERS, KNIGHT, COMPTROLLER-GENERAL OF HIS MAJESTY'S WORKS, ETC.
    • JOHN LOWE.
      • MARY'S DREAM.
    • MARY'S DREAM.
    • JOSEPH WARTON.
      • ODE TO FANCY.
    • ODE TO FANCY.
    • MISCELLANEOUS.
      • SONG.
        • VERSES,
        • THE OLD BACHELOR.
        • CARELESS CONTENT.
        • A PASTORAL.
        • ODE TO A TOBACCO-PIPE.
        • AWAY! LET NOUGHT TO LOVE DISPLEASING.
        • RICHARD BENTLEY'S SOLE POETICAL COMPOSITION.
        • LINES ADDRESSED TO POPE.[1]
      • VERSES,
      • THE OLD BACHELOR.
      • CARELESS CONTENT.
      • A PASTORAL.
      • ODE TO A TOBACCO-PIPE.
      • AWAY! LET NOUGHT TO LOVE DISPLEASING.
      • RICHARD BENTLEY'S SOLE POETICAL COMPOSITION.
      • LINES ADDRESSED TO POPE.[1]
      • THE END.
    • SONG.
      • VERSES,
      • THE OLD BACHELOR.
      • CARELESS CONTENT.
      • A PASTORAL.
      • ODE TO A TOBACCO-PIPE.
      • AWAY! LET NOUGHT TO LOVE DISPLEASING.
      • RICHARD BENTLEY'S SOLE POETICAL COMPOSITION.
      • LINES ADDRESSED TO POPE.[1]
    • VERSES,
    • THE OLD BACHELOR.
    • CARELESS CONTENT.
    • A PASTORAL.
    • ODE TO A TOBACCO-PIPE.
    • AWAY! LET NOUGHT TO LOVE DISPLEASING.
    • RICHARD BENTLEY'S SOLE POETICAL COMPOSITION.
    • LINES ADDRESSED TO POPE.[1]
    • THE END.
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