The Hesperides & Noble Numbers: Vol. 1 and 2
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The Hesperides & Noble Numbers: Vol. 1 and 2

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  • ROBERT HERRICK
    • THE HESPERIDES & NOBLE NUMBERS: EDITED BY ALFRED POLLARD WITH A PREFACE BY A. C. SWINBURNE
    • CONTENTS
      • VOLUME I
      • VOLUME II
    • VOLUME I
    • VOLUME II
  • ROBERT HERRICK
    • THE HESPERIDES & NOBLE NUMBERS: EDITED BY ALFRED POLLARD WITH A PREFACE BY A. C. SWINBURNE
    • EDITOR'S NOTE.
    • PREFACE.
    • LIFE OF HERRICK.
    • NOTE TO SECOND EDITION.
      • TO THE Most Illustrious and Most Hopeful Prince. CHARLES, PRINCE OF WALES.
    • TO THE Most Illustrious and Most Hopeful Prince. CHARLES, PRINCE OF WALES.
    • HESPERIDES.
      • 1. THE ARGUMENT OF HIS BOOK.
      • 2. TO HIS MUSE.
      • 3. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 4. ANOTHER.
      • 7. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 8. WHEN HE WOULD HAVE HIS VERSES READ.
      • 9. UPON JULIA'S RECOVERY.
      • 10. TO SILVIA TO WED.
      • 11. THE PARLIAMENT OF ROSES TO JULIA.
      • 12. NO BASHFULNESS IN BEGGING.
      • 13. THE FROZEN HEART.
      • 14. TO PERILLA.
      • 15. A SONG TO THE MASKERS.
      • 16. TO PERENNA.
      • 17. TREASON.
      • 18. TWO THINGS ODIOUS.
      • 19. TO HIS MISTRESSES.
      • 20. THE WOUNDED HEART.
      • 21. NO LOATHSOMENESS IN LOVE.
      • 22. TO ANTHEA.
      • 23. THE WEEPING CHERRY.
      • 24. SOFT MUSIC.
      • 25. THE DIFFERENCE BETWIXT KINGS AND SUBJECTS.
      • 26. HIS ANSWER TO A QUESTION.
      • 27. UPON JULIA'S FALL.
      • 28. EXPENSES EXHAUST.
      • 29. LOVE, WHAT IT IS.
      • 30. PRESENCE AND ABSENCE.
      • 31. NO SPOUSE BUT A SISTER.
      • 32. THE POMANDER BRACELET.
      • 33. THE SHOE-TYING.
      • 34. THE CARCANET.
      • 35. HIS SAILING FROM JULIA.
      • 36. HOW THE WALL-FLOWER CAME FIRST, AND WHY SO CALLED.
      • 37. WHY FLOWERS CHANGE COLOUR.
      • 38. TO HIS MISTRESS OBJECTING TO HIM NEITHER TOYING OR TALKING.
      • 39. UPON THE LOSS OF HIS MISTRESSES.
      • 40. THE DREAM.
      • 42. TO LOVE.
      • 43. ON HIMSELF.
      • 44. LOVE'S PLAY AT PUSH-PIN.
      • 45. THE ROSARY.
      • 46. UPON CUPID.
      • 47. THE PARCÆ; OR, THREE DAINTY DESTINIES: THE ARMILLET.
      • 48. SORROWS SUCCEED.
      • 49. CHERRY-PIT.
      • 50. TO ROBIN REDBREAST.
      • 51. DISCONTENTS IN DEVON.
      • 52. TO HIS PATERNAL COUNTRY.
      • 53. CHERRY-RIPE.
      • 54. TO HIS MISTRESSES.
      • 55. TO ANTHEA.
      • 56. THE VISION TO ELECTRA.
      • 57. DREAMS.
      • 58. AMBITION.
      • 59. HIS REQUEST TO JULIA.
      • 60. MONEY GETS THE MASTERY.
      • 61. THE SCARE-FIRE.
      • 62. UPON SILVIA, A MISTRESS.
      • 63. CHEERFULNESS IN CHARITY; OR, THE SWEET SACRIFICE.
      • 65. SWEETNESS IN SACRIFICE.
      • 66. STEAM IN SACRIFICE.
      • 67. UPON JULIA'S VOICE.
      • 68. AGAIN.
      • 69. ALL THINGS DECAY AND DIE.
      • 70. THE SUCCESSION OF THE FOUR SWEET MONTHS.
      • 71. NO SHIPWRECK OF VIRTUE. TO A FRIEND.
      • 72. UPON HIS SISTER-IN-LAW, MISTRESS ELIZABETH HERRICK.
      • 73. OF LOVE. A SONNET.
      • 74. TO ANTHEA.
      • 75. THE ROCK OF RUBIES, AND THE QUARRY OF PEARLS.
      • 76. CONFORMITY.
      • 77. TO THE KING, UPON HIS COMING WITH HIS ARMY INTO THE WEST.
      • 78. UPON ROSES.
      • 79. TO THE KING AND QUEEN UPON THEIR UNHAPPY DISTANCES.
      • 80. DANGERS WAIT ON KINGS.
      • 81. THE CHEAT OF CUPID; OR, THE UNGENTLE GUEST.
      • 82. TO THE REVEREND SHADE OF HIS RELIGIOUS FATHER.
      • 83. DELIGHT IN DISORDER.
      • 84. TO HIS MUSE.
      • 85. UPON LOVE.
      • 86. TO DEAN BOURN, A RUDE RIVER IN DEVON, BY WHICH SOMETIMES HE LIVED.
      • 87. KISSING USURY.
      • 88. TO JULIA.
      • 89. TO LAURELS.
      • 90. HIS CAVALIER.
      • 91. ZEAL REQUIRED IN LOVE.
      • 92. THE BAG OF THE BEE.
      • 93. LOVE KILLED BY LACK.
      • 94. TO HIS MISTRESS.
      • 95. TO THE GENEROUS READER.
      • 96. TO CRITICS.
      • 97. DUTY TO TYRANTS.
      • 98. BEING ONCE BLIND, HIS REQUEST TO BIANCA.
      • 100. NO WANT WHERE THERE'S LITTLE.
      • 101. BARLEY-BREAK; OR, LAST IN HELL.
      • 102. THE DEFINITION OF BEAUTY.
      • 103. TO DIANEME.
      • 104. TO ANTHEA LYING IN BED.
      • 105. TO ELECTRA.
      • 106. A COUNTRY-LIFE: TO HIS BROTHER, MR. THO. HERRICK.
      • 107. DIVINATION BY A DAFFODIL.
      • 108. TO THE PAINTER, TO DRAW HIM A PICTURE.
      • 111. A LYRIC TO MIRTH.
      • 112. TO THE EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
      • 113. AGAINST LOVE.
      • 114. UPON JULIA'S RIBAND.
      • 115. THE FROZEN ZONE; OR, JULIA DISDAINFUL.
      • 116. AN EPITAPH UPON A SOBER MATRON.
      • 117. TO THE PATRON OF POETS, M. END. PORTER.
      • 118. THE SADNESS OF THINGS FOR SAPPHO'S SICKNESS.
      • 119. LEANDER'S OBSEQUIES.
      • 120. HOPE HEARTENS.
      • 121. FOUR THINGS MAKE US HAPPY HERE.
      • 122. HIS PARTING FROM MRS. DOROTHY KENNEDY.
      • 123. THE TEAR SENT TO HER FROM STAINES.
      • 124. UPON ONE LILY, WHO MARRIED WITH A MAID CALLED ROSE.
      • 125. AN EPITAPH UPON A CHILD.
      • 127. THE HOUR-GLASS.
      • 128. HIS FAREWELL TO SACK.
      • 130. UPON MRS. ELIZABETH WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF AMARILLIS.
      • 132. TO MYRRHA, HARD-HEARTED.
      • 133. THE EYE.
      • 134. UPON THE MUCH-LAMENTED MR. J. WARR.
      • 136. THE SUSPICION UPON HIS OVER-MUCH FAMILIARITY WITH A GENTLEWOMAN.
      • 137. SINGLE LIFE MOST SECURE.
      • 138. THE CURSE. A SONG.
      • 139. THE WOUNDED CUPID. SONG.
      • 140. TO DEWS. A SONG.
      • 141. SOME COMFORT IN CALAMITY.
      • 142. THE VISION.
      • 143. LOVE ME LITTLE, LOVE ME LONG.
      • 144. UPON A VIRGIN KISSING A ROSE.
      • 145. UPON A WIFE THAT DIED MAD WITH JEALOUSY.
      • 146. UPON THE BISHOP OF LINCOLN'S IMPRISONMENT.
      • 147. DISSUASIONS FROM IDLENESS.
      • 149. AN EPITHALAMY TO SIR THOMAS SOUTHWELL AND HIS LADY.
      • 150. TEARS ARE TONGUES.
      • 151. UPON A YOUNG MOTHER OF MANY CHILDREN.
      • 152. TO ELECTRA.
      • 153. HIS WISH.
      • 154. HIS PROTESTATION TO PERILLA.
      • 155. LOVE PERFUMES ALL PARTS.
      • 156. TO JULIA.
      • 157. ON HIMSELF.
      • 158. VIRTUE IS SENSIBLE OF SUFFERING.
      • 159. THE CRUEL MAID.
      • 160. TO DIANEME.
      • 161. TO THE KING, TO CURE THE EVIL.
      • 162. HIS MISERY IN A MISTRESS.
      • 164. TO A GENTLEWOMAN OBJECTING TO HIM HIS GRAY HAIRS.
      • 165. TO CEDARS.
      • 166. UPON CUPID.
      • 167. HOW PRIMROSES CAME GREEN.
      • 168. TO JOS., LORD BISHOP OF EXETER.
      • 169. UPON A BLACK TWIST ROUNDING THE ARM OF THE COUNTESS OF CARLISLE.
      • 170. ON HIMSELF.
      • 172. A RING PRESENTED TO JULIA.
      • 173. TO THE DETRACTOR.
      • 174. UPON THE SAME.
      • 175. JULIA'S PETTICOAT.
      • 176. TO MUSIC.
      • 177. DISTRUST.
      • 178. CORINNA'S GOING A-MAYING.
      • 179. ON JULIA'S BREATH.
      • 180. UPON A CHILD. AN EPITAPH.
      • 181. A DIALOGUE BETWIXT HORACE AND LYDIA, TRANSLATED ANNO 1627, AND SET BY MR. RO. RAMSEY.
      • 182. THE CAPTIV'D BEE, OR THE LITTLE FILCHER.
      • 185. AN ODE TO MASTER ENDYMION PORTER, UPON HIS BROTHER'S DEATH.
      • 186. TO HIS DYING BROTHER, MASTER WILLIAM HERRICK.
      • 187. THE OLIVE BRANCH.
      • 189. TO CHERRY-BLOSSOMS.
      • 190. HOW LILIES CAME WHITE.
      • 191. TO PANSIES.
      • 192. ON GILLY-FLOWERS BEGOTTEN.
      • 193. THE LILY IN A CRYSTAL.
      • 194. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 195. UPON SOME WOMEN.
      • 196. SUPREME FORTUNE FALLS SOONEST.
      • 197. THE WELCOME TO SACK.
      • 198. IMPOSSIBILITIES TO HIS FRIEND.
      • 201. TO LIVE MERRILY AND TO TRUST TO GOOD VERSES.
      • 202. FAIR DAYS: OR, DAWNS DECEITFUL.
      • 203. LIPS TONGUELESS.
      • 204. TO THE FEVER, NOT TO TROUBLE JULIA.
      • 205. TO VIOLETS.
      • 207. TO CARNATIONS. A SONG.
      • 208. TO THE VIRGINS, TO MAKE MUCH OF TIME.
      • 209. SAFETY TO LOOK TO ONESELF.
      • 210. TO HIS FRIEND, ON THE UNTUNABLE TIMES.
      • 211. HIS POETRY HIS PILLAR.
      • 212. SAFETY ON THE SHORE.
      • 213. A PASTORAL UPON THE BIRTH OF PRINCE CHARLES. PRESENTED TO THE KING, AND SET BY MR. NIC. LANIERE.
      • 214. TO THE LARK.
      • 215. THE BUBBLE. A SONG.
      • 216. A MEDITATION FOR HIS MISTRESS.
      • 217. THE BLEEDING HAND; OR, THE SPRIG OF EGLANTINE GIVEN TO A MAID.
      • 218. LYRIC FOR LEGACIES.
      • 219. A DIRGE UPON THE DEATH OF THE RIGHT VALIANT LORD, BERNARD STUART.
      • 220. TO PERENNA, A MISTRESS.
      • 223. THE FAIRY TEMPLE; OR, OBERON'S CHAPEL DEDICATED TO MR. JOHN MERRIFIELD, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW.
      • 224. TO MISTRESS KATHERINE BRADSHAW, THE LOVELY, THAT CROWNED HIM WITH LAUREL.
      • 225. THE PLAUDITE, OR END OF LIFE.
      • 226. TO THE MOST VIRTUOUS MISTRESS POT, WHO MANY TIMES ENTERTAINED HIM.
      • 227. TO MUSIC, TO BECALM HIS FEVER.
      • 228. UPON A GENTLEWOMAN WITH A SWEET VOICE.
      • 229. UPON CUPID.
      • 230. UPON JULIA'S BREASTS.
      • 231. BEST TO BE MERRY.
      • 232. THE CHANGES TO CORINNA.
      • 234. NEGLECT.
      • 235. UPON HIMSELF.
      • 236. UPON A PHYSICIAN.
      • 238. TO THE ROSE. A SONG.
      • 240. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 241. UPON A PAINTED GENTLEWOMAN.
      • 243. DRAW-GLOVES.
      • 244. TO MUSIC, TO BECALM A SWEET-SICK YOUTH.
      • 245. TO THE HIGH AND NOBLE PRINCE GEORGE, DUKE, MARQUIS, AND EARL OF BUCKINGHAM.
      • 246. HIS RECANTATION.
      • 247. THE COMING OF GOOD LUCK.
      • 248. THE PRESENT; OR, THE BAG OF THE BEE.
      • 249. ON LOVE.
      • 250. THE HOCK-CART OR HARVEST HOME. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
      • 251. THE PERFUME.
      • 252. UPON HER VOICE.
      • 253. NOT TO LOVE.
      • 254. TO MUSIC. A SONG.
      • 255. TO THE WESTERN WIND.
      • 256. UPON THE DEATH OF HIS SPARROW. AN ELEGY.
      • 257. TO PRIMROSES FILLED WITH MORNING DEW.
      • 258. HOW ROSES CAME RED.
      • 259. COMFORT TO A LADY UPON THE DEATH OF HER HUSBAND.
      • 260. HOW VIOLETS CAME BLUE.
      • 262. TO THE WILLOW-TREE.
      • 263. MRS. ELIZ. WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF THE LOST SHEPHERDESS.
      • 264. TO THE KING.
      • 265. TO THE QUEEN.
      • 266. THE POET'S GOOD WISHES FOR THE MOST HOPEFUL AND HANDSOME PRINCE, THE DUKE OF YORK.
      • 267. TO ANTHEA, WHO MAY COMMAND HIM ANYTHING.
      • 268. PREVISION OR PROVISION.
      • 269. OBEDIENCE IN SUBJECTS.
      • 270. MORE POTENT, LESS PECCANT.
      • 271. UPON A MAID THAT DIED THE DAY SHE WAS MARRIED.
      • 274. TO MEADOWS.
      • 275. CROSSES.
      • 276. MISERIES.
      • 278. TO HIS HOUSEHOLD GODS.
      • 279. TO THE NIGHTINGALE AND ROBIN REDBREAST.
      • 280. TO THE YEW AND CYPRESS TO GRACE HIS FUNERAL.
      • 281. I CALL AND I CALL.
      • 282. ON A PERFUMED LADY.
      • 283. A NUPTIAL SONG OR EPITHALAMY ON SIR CLIPSEBY CREW AND HIS LADY.
      • 284. THE SILKEN SNAKE.
      • 285. UPON HIMSELF.
      • 286. UPON LOVE.
      • 287. REVERENCE TO RICHES.
      • 288. DEVOTION MAKES THE DEITY.
      • 289. TO ALL YOUNG MEN THAT LOVE.
      • 290. THE EYES.
      • 291. NO FAULT IN WOMEN.
      • 293. OBERON'S FEAST.
      • 294. EVENT OF THINGS NOT IN OUR POWER.
      • 295. UPON HER BLUSH.
      • 296. MERITS MAKE THE MAN.
      • 297. TO VIRGINS.
      • 298. VIRTUE.
      • 299. THE BELLMAN.
      • 300. BASHFULNESS.
      • 301. TO THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED GENTLEMAN, MASTER EDWARD NORGATE, CLERK OF THE SIGNET TO HIS MAJESTY. EPIG.
      • 302. UPON PRUDENCE BALDWIN: HER SICKNESS.
      • 303. TO APOLLO. A SHORT HYMN.
      • 304. A HYMN TO BACCHUS.
      • 306. ON HIMSELF.
      • 307. CASUALTIES.
      • 308. BRIBES AND GIFTS GET ALL.
      • 309. THE END.
      • 310. UPON A CHILD THAT DIED.
      • 312. CONTENT, NOT CATES.
      • 313. THE ENTERTAINMENT; OR, PORCH-VERSE, AT THE MARRIAGE OF MR. HENRY NORTHLY AND THE MOST WITTY MRS. LETTICE YARD.
      • 314. THE GOOD-NIGHT OR BLESSING.
      • 316. TO DAFFODILS.
      • 318. UPON A LADY THAT DIED IN CHILD-BED, AND LEFT A DAUGHTER BEHIND HER.
      • 319. A NEW-YEAR'S GIFT SENT TO SIR SIMON STEWARD.
      • 320. MATINS; OR, MORNING PRAYER.
      • 321. EVENSONG.
      • 322. THE BRACELET TO JULIA.
      • 323. THE CHRISTIAN MILITANT.
      • 324. A SHORT HYMN TO LAR.
      • 325. ANOTHER TO NEPTUNE.
      • 327. HIS EMBALMING TO JULIA.
      • 328. GOLD BEFORE GOODNESS.
      • 329. THE KISS. A DIALOGUE.
      • 330. THE ADMONITION.
      • 331. TO HIS HONOURED KINSMAN, SIR WILLIAM SOAME. EPIG.
      • 332. ON HIMSELF.
      • 333. TO LAR.
      • 334. THE DEPARTURE OF THE GOOD DEMON.
      • 335. CLEMENCY.
      • 336. HIS AGE, DEDICATED TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, M. JOHN WICKES, UNDER THE NAME OF POSTHUMUS.
      • 337. A SHORT HYMN TO VENUS.
      • 338. TO A GENTLEWOMAN ON JUST DEALING.
      • 339. THE HAND AND TONGUE.
      • 340. UPON A DELAYING LADY.
      • 341. TO THE LADY MARY VILLARS, GOVERNESS TO THE PRINCESS HENRIETTA.
      • 342. UPON HIS JULIA.
      • 343. TO FLOWERS.
      • 344. TO MY ILL READER.
      • 345. THE POWER IN THE PEOPLE.
      • 346. A HYMN TO VENUS AND CUPID.
      • 347. ON JULIA'S PICTURE.
      • 348. HER BED.
      • 349. HER LEGS.
      • 350. UPON HER ALMS.
      • 351. REWARDS.
      • 352. NOTHING NEW.
      • 353. THE RAINBOW.
      • 354. THE MEADOW-VERSE; OR, ANNIVERSARY TO MISTRESS BRIDGET LOWMAN.
      • 355. THE PARTING VERSE, THE FEAST THERE ENDED.
      • 356. UPON JUDITH. EPIG.
      • 359. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE PHILIP, EARL OF PEMBROKE AND MONTGOMERY.
      • 360. AN HYMN TO JUNO.
      • 362. UPON SAPPHO SWEETLY PLAYING AND SWEETLY SINGING.
      • 364. CHOP-CHERRY.
      • 365. TO THE MOST LEARNED, WISE, AND ARCH-ANTIQUARY, M. JOHN SELDEN.
      • 366. UPON HIMSELF.
      • 367. UPON WRINKLES.
      • 370. PRAY AND PROSPER.
      • 371. HIS LACHRYMÆ; OR, MIRTH TURNED TO MOURNING.
      • 375. TO THE MOST FAIR AND LOVELY MISTRESS ANNE SOAME, NOW LADY ABDIE.
      • 376. UPON HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS ELIZABETH HERRICK.
      • 377. A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON.
      • 378. TO HIS VALENTINE ON ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.
      • 382. UPON M. BEN. JONSON. EPIG.
      • 383. ANOTHER.
      • 384. TO HIS NEPHEW, TO BE PROSPEROUS IN HIS ART OF PAINTING.
      • 386. A VOW TO MARS.
      • 387. TO HIS MAID, PREW.
      • 388. A CANTICLE TO APOLLO.
      • 389. A JUST MAN.
      • 390. UPON A HOARSE SINGER.
      • 391. HOW PANSIES OR HEART'S-EASE CAME FIRST.
      • 392. TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, SIR EDWARD FISH, KNIGHT BARONET.
      • 393. LAR'S PORTION AND THE POET'S PART.
      • 394. UPON MAN.
      • 395. LIBERTY.
      • 396. LOTS TO BE LIKED.
      • 397. GRIEFS.
      • 399. THE DREAM.
      • 402. CLOTHES DO BUT CHEAT AND COZEN US.
      • 403. TO DIANEME.
      • 404. UPON ELECTRA.
      • 405. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 406. OF LOVE.
      • 407. UPON HIMSELF.
      • 408. ANOTHER.
      • 412. THE MAD MAID'S SONG.
      • 413. TO SPRINGS AND FOUNTAINS.
      • 414. UPON JULIA'S UNLACING HERSELF.
      • 415. TO BACCHUS, A CANTICLE.
      • 416. THE LAWN.
      • 417. THE FRANKINCENSE.
      • 420. TO SYCAMORES.
      • 421. A PASTORAL SUNG TO THE KING: MONTANO, SILVIO, AND MIRTILLO, SHEPHERDS.
      • 422. THE POET LOVES A MISTRESS, BUT NOT TO MARRY.
      • 425. THE WILLOW GARLAND.
      • 427. A HYMN TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW.
      • 430. EMPIRES.
      • 431. FELICITY QUICK OF FLIGHT.
      • 436. THE CROWD AND COMPANY.
      • 438. POLICY IN PRINCES.
      • 440. UPON THE NIPPLES OF JULIA'S BREAST.
      • 441. TO DAISIES, NOT TO SHUT SO SOON.
      • 442. TO THE LITTLE SPINNERS.
      • 443. OBERON'S PALACE.
      • 444. TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, MR. THOMAS SHAPCOTT, LAWYER.
      • 445. TO JULIA IN THE TEMPLE.
      • 446. TO OENONE.
      • 447. HIS WEAKNESS IN WOES.
      • 448. FAME MAKES US FORWARD.
      • 449. TO GROVES.
      • 450. AN EPITAPH UPON A VIRGIN.
      • 451. TO THE RIGHT GRACIOUS PRINCE, LODOWICK, DUKE OF RICHMOND AND LENNOX.
      • 452. TO JEALOUSY.
      • 453. TO LIVE FREELY.
      • 455. HIS ALMS.
      • 456. UPON HIMSELF.
      • 457. TO ENJOY THE TIME.
      • 458. UPON LOVE.
      • 459. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
      • 460. THE PLUNDER.
      • 461. LITTLENESS NO CAUSE OF LEANNESS.
      • 464. THE JIMMALL RING OR TRUE-LOVE KNOT.
      • 465. THE PARTING VERSE OR CHARGE TO HIS SUPPOSED WIFE WHEN HE TRAVELLED.
      • 466. TO HIS KINSMAN, SIR THOS. SOAME.
      • 467. TO BLOSSOMS.
      • 468. MAN'S DYING-PLACE UNCERTAIN.
      • 469. NOTHING FREE-COST.
      • 470. FEW FORTUNATE.
      • 471. TO PERENNA.
      • 472. TO THE LADIES.
      • 473. THE OLD WIVES' PRAYER.
      • 475. UPON HIS DEPARTURE HENCE.
      • 476. THE WASSAIL.
      • 477. UPON A LADY FAIR BUT FRUITLESS.
      • 478. HOW SPRINGS CAME FIRST.
      • 479. TO ROSEMARY AND BAYS.
      • 481. UPON A SCAR IN A VIRGIN'S FACE.
      • 482. UPON HIS EYESIGHT FAILING HIM.
      • 483. TO HIS WORTHY FRIEND, M. THOS. FALCONBIRGE.
      • 484. UPON JULIA'S HAIR FILL'D WITH DEW.
      • 485. ANOTHER ON HER.
      • 486. LOSS FROM THE LEAST.
      • 487. REWARD AND PUNISHMENTS.
      • 488. SHAME NO STATIST.
      • 489. TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW.
      • 490. UPON HIMSELF.
      • 491. FRESH CHEESE AND CREAM.
      • 492. AN ECLOGUE OR PASTORAL BETWEEN ENDYMION PORTER AND LYCIDAS HERRICK, SET AND SUNG.
      • 493. TO A BED OF TULIPS.
      • 494. A CAUTION.
      • 495. TO THE WATER NYMPHS DRINKING AT THE FOUNTAIN.
      • 496. TO HIS HONOURED KINSMAN, SIR RICHARD STONE.
      • 497. UPON A FLY.
      • 499. TO JULIA.
      • 500. TO MISTRESS DOROTHY PARSONS.
      • 502. HOW HE WOULD DRINK HIS WINE.
      • 503. HOW MARIGOLDS CAME YELLOW.
      • 504. THE BROKEN CRYSTAL.
      • 505. PRECEPTS.
      • 506. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDWARD, EARL OF DORSET.
      • 507. UPON HIMSELF.
      • 508. HOPE WELL AND HAVE WELL: OR, FAIR AFTER FOUL WEATHER.
      • 509. UPON LOVE.
      • 510. TO HIS KINSWOMAN, MRS. PENELOPE WHEELER.
      • 511. ANOTHER UPON HER.
      • 513. CROSS AND PILE.
      • 514. TO THE LADY CREW, UPON THE DEATH OF HER CHILD.
      • 515. HIS WINDING-SHEET.
      • 516. TO MISTRESS MARY WILLAND.
      • 517. CHANGE GIVES CONTENT.
      • 519. ON HIMSELF.
      • 520. FORTUNE FAVOURS.
      • 521. TO PHYLLIS, TO LOVE AND LIVE WITH HIM.
      • 522. TO HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS SUSANNA HERRICK.
      • 523. UPON MISTRESS SUSANNA SOUTHWELL, HER CHEEKS.
      • 524. UPON HER EYES.
      • 525. UPON HER FEET.
      • 526. TO HIS HONOURED FRIEND, SIR JOHN MINCE.
      • 527. UPON HIS GREY HAIRS.
      • 528. ACCUSATION.
      • 529. PRIDE ALLOWABLE IN POETS.
      • 530. A VOW TO MINERVA.
      • 534. TO ELECTRA.
      • 535. DISCORD NOT DISADVANTAGEOUS.
      • 536. ILL GOVERNMENT.
      • 537. TO MARIGOLDS.
      • 538. TO DIANEME.
      • 539. TO JULIA, THE FLAMINICA DIALIS OR QUEEN-PRIEST.
      • 540. ANACREONTIC.
      • 541. MEAT WITHOUT MIRTH.
      • 542. LARGE BOUNDS DO BUT BURY US.
      • 543. UPON URSLEY.
      • 544. AN ODE TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW.
      • 545. TO HIS WORTHY KINSMAN, MR. STEPHEN SOAME.
      • 546. TO HIS TOMB-MAKER.
      • 547. GREAT SPIRITS SUPERVIVE.
      • 548. NONE FREE FROM FAULT.
      • 549. UPON HIMSELF BEING BURIED.
      • 550. PITY TO THE PROSTRATE.
      • 552. HIS CONTENT IN THE COUNTRY.
      • 553. THE CREDIT OF THE CONQUEROR.
      • 554. ON HIMSELF.
      • 556. THE FAIRIES.
      • 557. TO HIS HONOURED FRIEND, M. JOHN WEARE, COUNCILLOR.
      • 560. THE WATCH.
      • 561. LINES HAVE THEIR LININGS, AND BOOKS THEIR BUCKRAM.
      • 562. ART ABOVE NATURE: TO JULIA.
      • 564. UPON HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS BRIDGET HERRICK.
      • 565. UPON LOVE.
      • 566. UPON A COMELY AND CURIOUS MAID.
      • 567. UPON THE LOSS OF HIS FINGER.
      • 568. UPON IRENE.
      • 569. UPON ELECTRA'S TEARS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • 1. THE ARGUMENT OF HIS BOOK.
    • 2. TO HIS MUSE.
    • 3. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 4. ANOTHER.
    • 7. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 8. WHEN HE WOULD HAVE HIS VERSES READ.
    • 9. UPON JULIA'S RECOVERY.
    • 10. TO SILVIA TO WED.
    • 11. THE PARLIAMENT OF ROSES TO JULIA.
    • 12. NO BASHFULNESS IN BEGGING.
    • 13. THE FROZEN HEART.
    • 14. TO PERILLA.
    • 15. A SONG TO THE MASKERS.
    • 16. TO PERENNA.
    • 17. TREASON.
    • 18. TWO THINGS ODIOUS.
    • 19. TO HIS MISTRESSES.
    • 20. THE WOUNDED HEART.
    • 21. NO LOATHSOMENESS IN LOVE.
    • 22. TO ANTHEA.
    • 23. THE WEEPING CHERRY.
    • 24. SOFT MUSIC.
    • 25. THE DIFFERENCE BETWIXT KINGS AND SUBJECTS.
    • 26. HIS ANSWER TO A QUESTION.
    • 27. UPON JULIA'S FALL.
    • 28. EXPENSES EXHAUST.
    • 29. LOVE, WHAT IT IS.
    • 30. PRESENCE AND ABSENCE.
    • 31. NO SPOUSE BUT A SISTER.
    • 32. THE POMANDER BRACELET.
    • 33. THE SHOE-TYING.
    • 34. THE CARCANET.
    • 35. HIS SAILING FROM JULIA.
    • 36. HOW THE WALL-FLOWER CAME FIRST, AND WHY SO CALLED.
    • 37. WHY FLOWERS CHANGE COLOUR.
    • 38. TO HIS MISTRESS OBJECTING TO HIM NEITHER TOYING OR TALKING.
    • 39. UPON THE LOSS OF HIS MISTRESSES.
    • 40. THE DREAM.
    • 42. TO LOVE.
    • 43. ON HIMSELF.
    • 44. LOVE'S PLAY AT PUSH-PIN.
    • 45. THE ROSARY.
    • 46. UPON CUPID.
    • 47. THE PARCÆ; OR, THREE DAINTY DESTINIES: THE ARMILLET.
    • 48. SORROWS SUCCEED.
    • 49. CHERRY-PIT.
    • 50. TO ROBIN REDBREAST.
    • 51. DISCONTENTS IN DEVON.
    • 52. TO HIS PATERNAL COUNTRY.
    • 53. CHERRY-RIPE.
    • 54. TO HIS MISTRESSES.
    • 55. TO ANTHEA.
    • 56. THE VISION TO ELECTRA.
    • 57. DREAMS.
    • 58. AMBITION.
    • 59. HIS REQUEST TO JULIA.
    • 60. MONEY GETS THE MASTERY.
    • 61. THE SCARE-FIRE.
    • 62. UPON SILVIA, A MISTRESS.
    • 63. CHEERFULNESS IN CHARITY; OR, THE SWEET SACRIFICE.
    • 65. SWEETNESS IN SACRIFICE.
    • 66. STEAM IN SACRIFICE.
    • 67. UPON JULIA'S VOICE.
    • 68. AGAIN.
    • 69. ALL THINGS DECAY AND DIE.
    • 70. THE SUCCESSION OF THE FOUR SWEET MONTHS.
    • 71. NO SHIPWRECK OF VIRTUE. TO A FRIEND.
    • 72. UPON HIS SISTER-IN-LAW, MISTRESS ELIZABETH HERRICK.
    • 73. OF LOVE. A SONNET.
    • 74. TO ANTHEA.
    • 75. THE ROCK OF RUBIES, AND THE QUARRY OF PEARLS.
    • 76. CONFORMITY.
    • 77. TO THE KING, UPON HIS COMING WITH HIS ARMY INTO THE WEST.
    • 78. UPON ROSES.
    • 79. TO THE KING AND QUEEN UPON THEIR UNHAPPY DISTANCES.
    • 80. DANGERS WAIT ON KINGS.
    • 81. THE CHEAT OF CUPID; OR, THE UNGENTLE GUEST.
    • 82. TO THE REVEREND SHADE OF HIS RELIGIOUS FATHER.
    • 83. DELIGHT IN DISORDER.
    • 84. TO HIS MUSE.
    • 85. UPON LOVE.
    • 86. TO DEAN BOURN, A RUDE RIVER IN DEVON, BY WHICH SOMETIMES HE LIVED.
    • 87. KISSING USURY.
    • 88. TO JULIA.
    • 89. TO LAURELS.
    • 90. HIS CAVALIER.
    • 91. ZEAL REQUIRED IN LOVE.
    • 92. THE BAG OF THE BEE.
    • 93. LOVE KILLED BY LACK.
    • 94. TO HIS MISTRESS.
    • 95. TO THE GENEROUS READER.
    • 96. TO CRITICS.
    • 97. DUTY TO TYRANTS.
    • 98. BEING ONCE BLIND, HIS REQUEST TO BIANCA.
    • 100. NO WANT WHERE THERE'S LITTLE.
    • 101. BARLEY-BREAK; OR, LAST IN HELL.
    • 102. THE DEFINITION OF BEAUTY.
    • 103. TO DIANEME.
    • 104. TO ANTHEA LYING IN BED.
    • 105. TO ELECTRA.
    • 106. A COUNTRY-LIFE: TO HIS BROTHER, MR. THO. HERRICK.
    • 107. DIVINATION BY A DAFFODIL.
    • 108. TO THE PAINTER, TO DRAW HIM A PICTURE.
    • 111. A LYRIC TO MIRTH.
    • 112. TO THE EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
    • 113. AGAINST LOVE.
    • 114. UPON JULIA'S RIBAND.
    • 115. THE FROZEN ZONE; OR, JULIA DISDAINFUL.
    • 116. AN EPITAPH UPON A SOBER MATRON.
    • 117. TO THE PATRON OF POETS, M. END. PORTER.
    • 118. THE SADNESS OF THINGS FOR SAPPHO'S SICKNESS.
    • 119. LEANDER'S OBSEQUIES.
    • 120. HOPE HEARTENS.
    • 121. FOUR THINGS MAKE US HAPPY HERE.
    • 122. HIS PARTING FROM MRS. DOROTHY KENNEDY.
    • 123. THE TEAR SENT TO HER FROM STAINES.
    • 124. UPON ONE LILY, WHO MARRIED WITH A MAID CALLED ROSE.
    • 125. AN EPITAPH UPON A CHILD.
    • 127. THE HOUR-GLASS.
    • 128. HIS FAREWELL TO SACK.
    • 130. UPON MRS. ELIZABETH WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF AMARILLIS.
    • 132. TO MYRRHA, HARD-HEARTED.
    • 133. THE EYE.
    • 134. UPON THE MUCH-LAMENTED MR. J. WARR.
    • 136. THE SUSPICION UPON HIS OVER-MUCH FAMILIARITY WITH A GENTLEWOMAN.
    • 137. SINGLE LIFE MOST SECURE.
    • 138. THE CURSE. A SONG.
    • 139. THE WOUNDED CUPID. SONG.
    • 140. TO DEWS. A SONG.
    • 141. SOME COMFORT IN CALAMITY.
    • 142. THE VISION.
    • 143. LOVE ME LITTLE, LOVE ME LONG.
    • 144. UPON A VIRGIN KISSING A ROSE.
    • 145. UPON A WIFE THAT DIED MAD WITH JEALOUSY.
    • 146. UPON THE BISHOP OF LINCOLN'S IMPRISONMENT.
    • 147. DISSUASIONS FROM IDLENESS.
    • 149. AN EPITHALAMY TO SIR THOMAS SOUTHWELL AND HIS LADY.
    • 150. TEARS ARE TONGUES.
    • 151. UPON A YOUNG MOTHER OF MANY CHILDREN.
    • 152. TO ELECTRA.
    • 153. HIS WISH.
    • 154. HIS PROTESTATION TO PERILLA.
    • 155. LOVE PERFUMES ALL PARTS.
    • 156. TO JULIA.
    • 157. ON HIMSELF.
    • 158. VIRTUE IS SENSIBLE OF SUFFERING.
    • 159. THE CRUEL MAID.
    • 160. TO DIANEME.
    • 161. TO THE KING, TO CURE THE EVIL.
    • 162. HIS MISERY IN A MISTRESS.
    • 164. TO A GENTLEWOMAN OBJECTING TO HIM HIS GRAY HAIRS.
    • 165. TO CEDARS.
    • 166. UPON CUPID.
    • 167. HOW PRIMROSES CAME GREEN.
    • 168. TO JOS., LORD BISHOP OF EXETER.
    • 169. UPON A BLACK TWIST ROUNDING THE ARM OF THE COUNTESS OF CARLISLE.
    • 170. ON HIMSELF.
    • 172. A RING PRESENTED TO JULIA.
    • 173. TO THE DETRACTOR.
    • 174. UPON THE SAME.
    • 175. JULIA'S PETTICOAT.
    • 176. TO MUSIC.
    • 177. DISTRUST.
    • 178. CORINNA'S GOING A-MAYING.
    • 179. ON JULIA'S BREATH.
    • 180. UPON A CHILD. AN EPITAPH.
    • 181. A DIALOGUE BETWIXT HORACE AND LYDIA, TRANSLATED ANNO 1627, AND SET BY MR. RO. RAMSEY.
    • 182. THE CAPTIV'D BEE, OR THE LITTLE FILCHER.
    • 185. AN ODE TO MASTER ENDYMION PORTER, UPON HIS BROTHER'S DEATH.
    • 186. TO HIS DYING BROTHER, MASTER WILLIAM HERRICK.
    • 187. THE OLIVE BRANCH.
    • 189. TO CHERRY-BLOSSOMS.
    • 190. HOW LILIES CAME WHITE.
    • 191. TO PANSIES.
    • 192. ON GILLY-FLOWERS BEGOTTEN.
    • 193. THE LILY IN A CRYSTAL.
    • 194. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 195. UPON SOME WOMEN.
    • 196. SUPREME FORTUNE FALLS SOONEST.
    • 197. THE WELCOME TO SACK.
    • 198. IMPOSSIBILITIES TO HIS FRIEND.
    • 201. TO LIVE MERRILY AND TO TRUST TO GOOD VERSES.
    • 202. FAIR DAYS: OR, DAWNS DECEITFUL.
    • 203. LIPS TONGUELESS.
    • 204. TO THE FEVER, NOT TO TROUBLE JULIA.
    • 205. TO VIOLETS.
    • 207. TO CARNATIONS. A SONG.
    • 208. TO THE VIRGINS, TO MAKE MUCH OF TIME.
    • 209. SAFETY TO LOOK TO ONESELF.
    • 210. TO HIS FRIEND, ON THE UNTUNABLE TIMES.
    • 211. HIS POETRY HIS PILLAR.
    • 212. SAFETY ON THE SHORE.
    • 213. A PASTORAL UPON THE BIRTH OF PRINCE CHARLES. PRESENTED TO THE KING, AND SET BY MR. NIC. LANIERE.
    • 214. TO THE LARK.
    • 215. THE BUBBLE. A SONG.
    • 216. A MEDITATION FOR HIS MISTRESS.
    • 217. THE BLEEDING HAND; OR, THE SPRIG OF EGLANTINE GIVEN TO A MAID.
    • 218. LYRIC FOR LEGACIES.
    • 219. A DIRGE UPON THE DEATH OF THE RIGHT VALIANT LORD, BERNARD STUART.
    • 220. TO PERENNA, A MISTRESS.
    • 223. THE FAIRY TEMPLE; OR, OBERON'S CHAPEL DEDICATED TO MR. JOHN MERRIFIELD, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW.
    • 224. TO MISTRESS KATHERINE BRADSHAW, THE LOVELY, THAT CROWNED HIM WITH LAUREL.
    • 225. THE PLAUDITE, OR END OF LIFE.
    • 226. TO THE MOST VIRTUOUS MISTRESS POT, WHO MANY TIMES ENTERTAINED HIM.
    • 227. TO MUSIC, TO BECALM HIS FEVER.
    • 228. UPON A GENTLEWOMAN WITH A SWEET VOICE.
    • 229. UPON CUPID.
    • 230. UPON JULIA'S BREASTS.
    • 231. BEST TO BE MERRY.
    • 232. THE CHANGES TO CORINNA.
    • 234. NEGLECT.
    • 235. UPON HIMSELF.
    • 236. UPON A PHYSICIAN.
    • 238. TO THE ROSE. A SONG.
    • 240. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 241. UPON A PAINTED GENTLEWOMAN.
    • 243. DRAW-GLOVES.
    • 244. TO MUSIC, TO BECALM A SWEET-SICK YOUTH.
    • 245. TO THE HIGH AND NOBLE PRINCE GEORGE, DUKE, MARQUIS, AND EARL OF BUCKINGHAM.
    • 246. HIS RECANTATION.
    • 247. THE COMING OF GOOD LUCK.
    • 248. THE PRESENT; OR, THE BAG OF THE BEE.
    • 249. ON LOVE.
    • 250. THE HOCK-CART OR HARVEST HOME. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
    • 251. THE PERFUME.
    • 252. UPON HER VOICE.
    • 253. NOT TO LOVE.
    • 254. TO MUSIC. A SONG.
    • 255. TO THE WESTERN WIND.
    • 256. UPON THE DEATH OF HIS SPARROW. AN ELEGY.
    • 257. TO PRIMROSES FILLED WITH MORNING DEW.
    • 258. HOW ROSES CAME RED.
    • 259. COMFORT TO A LADY UPON THE DEATH OF HER HUSBAND.
    • 260. HOW VIOLETS CAME BLUE.
    • 262. TO THE WILLOW-TREE.
    • 263. MRS. ELIZ. WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF THE LOST SHEPHERDESS.
    • 264. TO THE KING.
    • 265. TO THE QUEEN.
    • 266. THE POET'S GOOD WISHES FOR THE MOST HOPEFUL AND HANDSOME PRINCE, THE DUKE OF YORK.
    • 267. TO ANTHEA, WHO MAY COMMAND HIM ANYTHING.
    • 268. PREVISION OR PROVISION.
    • 269. OBEDIENCE IN SUBJECTS.
    • 270. MORE POTENT, LESS PECCANT.
    • 271. UPON A MAID THAT DIED THE DAY SHE WAS MARRIED.
    • 274. TO MEADOWS.
    • 275. CROSSES.
    • 276. MISERIES.
    • 278. TO HIS HOUSEHOLD GODS.
    • 279. TO THE NIGHTINGALE AND ROBIN REDBREAST.
    • 280. TO THE YEW AND CYPRESS TO GRACE HIS FUNERAL.
    • 281. I CALL AND I CALL.
    • 282. ON A PERFUMED LADY.
    • 283. A NUPTIAL SONG OR EPITHALAMY ON SIR CLIPSEBY CREW AND HIS LADY.
    • 284. THE SILKEN SNAKE.
    • 285. UPON HIMSELF.
    • 286. UPON LOVE.
    • 287. REVERENCE TO RICHES.
    • 288. DEVOTION MAKES THE DEITY.
    • 289. TO ALL YOUNG MEN THAT LOVE.
    • 290. THE EYES.
    • 291. NO FAULT IN WOMEN.
    • 293. OBERON'S FEAST.
    • 294. EVENT OF THINGS NOT IN OUR POWER.
    • 295. UPON HER BLUSH.
    • 296. MERITS MAKE THE MAN.
    • 297. TO VIRGINS.
    • 298. VIRTUE.
    • 299. THE BELLMAN.
    • 300. BASHFULNESS.
    • 301. TO THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED GENTLEMAN, MASTER EDWARD NORGATE, CLERK OF THE SIGNET TO HIS MAJESTY. EPIG.
    • 302. UPON PRUDENCE BALDWIN: HER SICKNESS.
    • 303. TO APOLLO. A SHORT HYMN.
    • 304. A HYMN TO BACCHUS.
    • 306. ON HIMSELF.
    • 307. CASUALTIES.
    • 308. BRIBES AND GIFTS GET ALL.
    • 309. THE END.
    • 310. UPON A CHILD THAT DIED.
    • 312. CONTENT, NOT CATES.
    • 313. THE ENTERTAINMENT; OR, PORCH-VERSE, AT THE MARRIAGE OF MR. HENRY NORTHLY AND THE MOST WITTY MRS. LETTICE YARD.
    • 314. THE GOOD-NIGHT OR BLESSING.
    • 316. TO DAFFODILS.
    • 318. UPON A LADY THAT DIED IN CHILD-BED, AND LEFT A DAUGHTER BEHIND HER.
    • 319. A NEW-YEAR'S GIFT SENT TO SIR SIMON STEWARD.
    • 320. MATINS; OR, MORNING PRAYER.
    • 321. EVENSONG.
    • 322. THE BRACELET TO JULIA.
    • 323. THE CHRISTIAN MILITANT.
    • 324. A SHORT HYMN TO LAR.
    • 325. ANOTHER TO NEPTUNE.
    • 327. HIS EMBALMING TO JULIA.
    • 328. GOLD BEFORE GOODNESS.
    • 329. THE KISS. A DIALOGUE.
    • 330. THE ADMONITION.
    • 331. TO HIS HONOURED KINSMAN, SIR WILLIAM SOAME. EPIG.
    • 332. ON HIMSELF.
    • 333. TO LAR.
    • 334. THE DEPARTURE OF THE GOOD DEMON.
    • 335. CLEMENCY.
    • 336. HIS AGE, DEDICATED TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, M. JOHN WICKES, UNDER THE NAME OF POSTHUMUS.
    • 337. A SHORT HYMN TO VENUS.
    • 338. TO A GENTLEWOMAN ON JUST DEALING.
    • 339. THE HAND AND TONGUE.
    • 340. UPON A DELAYING LADY.
    • 341. TO THE LADY MARY VILLARS, GOVERNESS TO THE PRINCESS HENRIETTA.
    • 342. UPON HIS JULIA.
    • 343. TO FLOWERS.
    • 344. TO MY ILL READER.
    • 345. THE POWER IN THE PEOPLE.
    • 346. A HYMN TO VENUS AND CUPID.
    • 347. ON JULIA'S PICTURE.
    • 348. HER BED.
    • 349. HER LEGS.
    • 350. UPON HER ALMS.
    • 351. REWARDS.
    • 352. NOTHING NEW.
    • 353. THE RAINBOW.
    • 354. THE MEADOW-VERSE; OR, ANNIVERSARY TO MISTRESS BRIDGET LOWMAN.
    • 355. THE PARTING VERSE, THE FEAST THERE ENDED.
    • 356. UPON JUDITH. EPIG.
    • 359. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE PHILIP, EARL OF PEMBROKE AND MONTGOMERY.
    • 360. AN HYMN TO JUNO.
    • 362. UPON SAPPHO SWEETLY PLAYING AND SWEETLY SINGING.
    • 364. CHOP-CHERRY.
    • 365. TO THE MOST LEARNED, WISE, AND ARCH-ANTIQUARY, M. JOHN SELDEN.
    • 366. UPON HIMSELF.
    • 367. UPON WRINKLES.
    • 370. PRAY AND PROSPER.
    • 371. HIS LACHRYMÆ; OR, MIRTH TURNED TO MOURNING.
    • 375. TO THE MOST FAIR AND LOVELY MISTRESS ANNE SOAME, NOW LADY ABDIE.
    • 376. UPON HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS ELIZABETH HERRICK.
    • 377. A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON.
    • 378. TO HIS VALENTINE ON ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.
    • 382. UPON M. BEN. JONSON. EPIG.
    • 383. ANOTHER.
    • 384. TO HIS NEPHEW, TO BE PROSPEROUS IN HIS ART OF PAINTING.
    • 386. A VOW TO MARS.
    • 387. TO HIS MAID, PREW.
    • 388. A CANTICLE TO APOLLO.
    • 389. A JUST MAN.
    • 390. UPON A HOARSE SINGER.
    • 391. HOW PANSIES OR HEART'S-EASE CAME FIRST.
    • 392. TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, SIR EDWARD FISH, KNIGHT BARONET.
    • 393. LAR'S PORTION AND THE POET'S PART.
    • 394. UPON MAN.
    • 395. LIBERTY.
    • 396. LOTS TO BE LIKED.
    • 397. GRIEFS.
    • 399. THE DREAM.
    • 402. CLOTHES DO BUT CHEAT AND COZEN US.
    • 403. TO DIANEME.
    • 404. UPON ELECTRA.
    • 405. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 406. OF LOVE.
    • 407. UPON HIMSELF.
    • 408. ANOTHER.
    • 412. THE MAD MAID'S SONG.
    • 413. TO SPRINGS AND FOUNTAINS.
    • 414. UPON JULIA'S UNLACING HERSELF.
    • 415. TO BACCHUS, A CANTICLE.
    • 416. THE LAWN.
    • 417. THE FRANKINCENSE.
    • 420. TO SYCAMORES.
    • 421. A PASTORAL SUNG TO THE KING: MONTANO, SILVIO, AND MIRTILLO, SHEPHERDS.
    • 422. THE POET LOVES A MISTRESS, BUT NOT TO MARRY.
    • 425. THE WILLOW GARLAND.
    • 427. A HYMN TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW.
    • 430. EMPIRES.
    • 431. FELICITY QUICK OF FLIGHT.
    • 436. THE CROWD AND COMPANY.
    • 438. POLICY IN PRINCES.
    • 440. UPON THE NIPPLES OF JULIA'S BREAST.
    • 441. TO DAISIES, NOT TO SHUT SO SOON.
    • 442. TO THE LITTLE SPINNERS.
    • 443. OBERON'S PALACE.
    • 444. TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, MR. THOMAS SHAPCOTT, LAWYER.
    • 445. TO JULIA IN THE TEMPLE.
    • 446. TO OENONE.
    • 447. HIS WEAKNESS IN WOES.
    • 448. FAME MAKES US FORWARD.
    • 449. TO GROVES.
    • 450. AN EPITAPH UPON A VIRGIN.
    • 451. TO THE RIGHT GRACIOUS PRINCE, LODOWICK, DUKE OF RICHMOND AND LENNOX.
    • 452. TO JEALOUSY.
    • 453. TO LIVE FREELY.
    • 455. HIS ALMS.
    • 456. UPON HIMSELF.
    • 457. TO ENJOY THE TIME.
    • 458. UPON LOVE.
    • 459. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
    • 460. THE PLUNDER.
    • 461. LITTLENESS NO CAUSE OF LEANNESS.
    • 464. THE JIMMALL RING OR TRUE-LOVE KNOT.
    • 465. THE PARTING VERSE OR CHARGE TO HIS SUPPOSED WIFE WHEN HE TRAVELLED.
    • 466. TO HIS KINSMAN, SIR THOS. SOAME.
    • 467. TO BLOSSOMS.
    • 468. MAN'S DYING-PLACE UNCERTAIN.
    • 469. NOTHING FREE-COST.
    • 470. FEW FORTUNATE.
    • 471. TO PERENNA.
    • 472. TO THE LADIES.
    • 473. THE OLD WIVES' PRAYER.
    • 475. UPON HIS DEPARTURE HENCE.
    • 476. THE WASSAIL.
    • 477. UPON A LADY FAIR BUT FRUITLESS.
    • 478. HOW SPRINGS CAME FIRST.
    • 479. TO ROSEMARY AND BAYS.
    • 481. UPON A SCAR IN A VIRGIN'S FACE.
    • 482. UPON HIS EYESIGHT FAILING HIM.
    • 483. TO HIS WORTHY FRIEND, M. THOS. FALCONBIRGE.
    • 484. UPON JULIA'S HAIR FILL'D WITH DEW.
    • 485. ANOTHER ON HER.
    • 486. LOSS FROM THE LEAST.
    • 487. REWARD AND PUNISHMENTS.
    • 488. SHAME NO STATIST.
    • 489. TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW.
    • 490. UPON HIMSELF.
    • 491. FRESH CHEESE AND CREAM.
    • 492. AN ECLOGUE OR PASTORAL BETWEEN ENDYMION PORTER AND LYCIDAS HERRICK, SET AND SUNG.
    • 493. TO A BED OF TULIPS.
    • 494. A CAUTION.
    • 495. TO THE WATER NYMPHS DRINKING AT THE FOUNTAIN.
    • 496. TO HIS HONOURED KINSMAN, SIR RICHARD STONE.
    • 497. UPON A FLY.
    • 499. TO JULIA.
    • 500. TO MISTRESS DOROTHY PARSONS.
    • 502. HOW HE WOULD DRINK HIS WINE.
    • 503. HOW MARIGOLDS CAME YELLOW.
    • 504. THE BROKEN CRYSTAL.
    • 505. PRECEPTS.
    • 506. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDWARD, EARL OF DORSET.
    • 507. UPON HIMSELF.
    • 508. HOPE WELL AND HAVE WELL: OR, FAIR AFTER FOUL WEATHER.
    • 509. UPON LOVE.
    • 510. TO HIS KINSWOMAN, MRS. PENELOPE WHEELER.
    • 511. ANOTHER UPON HER.
    • 513. CROSS AND PILE.
    • 514. TO THE LADY CREW, UPON THE DEATH OF HER CHILD.
    • 515. HIS WINDING-SHEET.
    • 516. TO MISTRESS MARY WILLAND.
    • 517. CHANGE GIVES CONTENT.
    • 519. ON HIMSELF.
    • 520. FORTUNE FAVOURS.
    • 521. TO PHYLLIS, TO LOVE AND LIVE WITH HIM.
    • 522. TO HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS SUSANNA HERRICK.
    • 523. UPON MISTRESS SUSANNA SOUTHWELL, HER CHEEKS.
    • 524. UPON HER EYES.
    • 525. UPON HER FEET.
    • 526. TO HIS HONOURED FRIEND, SIR JOHN MINCE.
    • 527. UPON HIS GREY HAIRS.
    • 528. ACCUSATION.
    • 529. PRIDE ALLOWABLE IN POETS.
    • 530. A VOW TO MINERVA.
    • 534. TO ELECTRA.
    • 535. DISCORD NOT DISADVANTAGEOUS.
    • 536. ILL GOVERNMENT.
    • 537. TO MARIGOLDS.
    • 538. TO DIANEME.
    • 539. TO JULIA, THE FLAMINICA DIALIS OR QUEEN-PRIEST.
    • 540. ANACREONTIC.
    • 541. MEAT WITHOUT MIRTH.
    • 542. LARGE BOUNDS DO BUT BURY US.
    • 543. UPON URSLEY.
    • 544. AN ODE TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW.
    • 545. TO HIS WORTHY KINSMAN, MR. STEPHEN SOAME.
    • 546. TO HIS TOMB-MAKER.
    • 547. GREAT SPIRITS SUPERVIVE.
    • 548. NONE FREE FROM FAULT.
    • 549. UPON HIMSELF BEING BURIED.
    • 550. PITY TO THE PROSTRATE.
    • 552. HIS CONTENT IN THE COUNTRY.
    • 553. THE CREDIT OF THE CONQUEROR.
    • 554. ON HIMSELF.
    • 556. THE FAIRIES.
    • 557. TO HIS HONOURED FRIEND, M. JOHN WEARE, COUNCILLOR.
    • 560. THE WATCH.
    • 561. LINES HAVE THEIR LININGS, AND BOOKS THEIR BUCKRAM.
    • 562. ART ABOVE NATURE: TO JULIA.
    • 564. UPON HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS BRIDGET HERRICK.
    • 565. UPON LOVE.
    • 566. UPON A COMELY AND CURIOUS MAID.
    • 567. UPON THE LOSS OF HIS FINGER.
    • 568. UPON IRENE.
    • 569. UPON ELECTRA'S TEARS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • NOTES.
    • NOTES.
  • ROBERT HERRICK
    • THE HESPERIDES & NOBLE NUMBERS: EDITED BY ALFRED POLLARD WITH A PREFACE BY A. C. SWINBURNE
    • HESPERIDES.
      • 569. A HYMN TO THE GRACES.
      • 570. TO SILVIA.
      • 573. THE POET HATH LOST HIS PIPE.
      • 574. TRUE FRIENDSHIP.
      • 575. THE APPARITION OF HIS MISTRESS CALLING HIM TO ELYSIUM.
      • 576. LIFE IS THE BODY'S LIGHT.
      • 579. LOVE LIGHTLY PLEASED.
      • 580. THE PRIMROSE.
      • 581. THE TITHE. TO THE BRIDE.
      • 582. A FROLIC.
      • 583. CHANGE COMMON TO ALL.
      • 584. TO JULIA.
      • 585. NO LUCK IN LOVE.
      • 586. IN THE DARK NONE DAINTY.
      • 587. A CHARM, OR AN ALLAY FOR LOVE.
      • 590. TO HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW, MASTER JOHN WINGFIELD.
      • 591. THE HEADACHE.
      • 592. ON HIMSELF.
      • 593. UPON A MAID.
      • 596. UPON THE TROUBLESOME TIMES.
      • 597. CRUELTY BASE IN COMMANDERS.
      • 599. UPON LUCIA.
      • 600. LITTLE AND LOUD.
      • 601. SHIPWRECK.
      • 602. PAINS WITHOUT PROFIT.
      • 603. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 604. HIS PRAYER TO BEN JONSON.
      • 605. POVERTY AND RICHES.
      • 606. AGAIN.
      • 607. THE COVETOUS STILL CAPTIVES.
      • 608. LAWS.
      • 609. OF LOVE.
      • 611. TO HIS MUSE.
      • 612. THE BAD SEASON MAKES THE POET SAD.
      • 613. TO VULCAN.
      • 614. LIKE PATTERN, LIKE PEOPLE.
      • 615. PURPOSES.
      • 616. TO THE MAIDS TO WALK ABROAD.
      • 617. HIS OWN EPITAPH.
      • 618. A NUPTIAL VERSE TO MISTRESS ELIZABETH LEE, NOW LADY TRACY.
      • 619. THE NIGHT-PIECE, TO JULIA.
      • 620. TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW.
      • 621. GOOD LUCK NOT LASTING.
      • 622. A KISS.
      • 623. GLORY.
      • 624. POETS.
      • 625. NO DESPITE TO THE DEAD.
      • 626. TO HIS VERSES.
      • 627. HIS CHARGE TO JULIA AT HIS DEATH.
      • 628. UPON LOVE.
      • 629. THE COBBLERS' CATCH.
      • 633. CONNUBII FLORES, OR THE WELL-WISHES AT WEDDINGS.
      • 634. TO HIS LOVELY MISTRESSES.
      • 635. UPON LOVE.
      • 638. THE BEGGAR TO MAB, THE FAIRY QUEEN.
      • 639. AN END DECREED.
      • 640. UPON A CHILD.
      • 641. PAINTING SOMETIMES PERMITTED.
      • 642. FAREWELL FROST, OR WELCOME THE SPRING.
      • 643. THE HAG.
      • 644. UPON AN OLD MAN: A RESIDENTIARY.
      • 645. UPON TEARS.
      • 646. PHYSICIANS.
      • 647. THE PRIMITIÆ TO PARENTS.
      • 649. UPON LUCY. EPIG.
      • 651. TO SILVIA.
      • 652. TO HIS CLOSET-GODS.
      • 653. A BACCHANALIAN VERSE.
      • 654. LONG-LOOKED-FOR COMES AT LAST.
      • 655. TO YOUTH.
      • 656. NEVER TOO LATE TO DIE.
      • 657. A HYMN TO THE MUSES.
      • 658. ON HIMSELF.
      • 660. TO MOMUS.
      • 661. AMBITION.
      • 662. THE COUNTRY LIFE, TO THE HONOURED M. END. PORTER, GROOM OF THE BEDCHAMBER TO HIS MAJESTY.
      • 663. TO ELECTRA.
      • 664. TO HIS WORTHY FRIEND, M. ARTHUR BARTLY.
      • 665. WHAT KIND OF MISTRESS HE WOULD HAVE.
      • 667. THE ROSEMARY BRANCH.
      • 669. UPON CRAB. EPIG.
      • 670. A PARANÆTICALL, OR ADVISIVE VERSE, TO HIS FRIEND, M. JOHN WICKS.
      • 671. ONCE SEEN AND NO MORE.
      • 672. LOVE.
      • 673. TO M. DENHAM ON HIS PROSPECTIVE POEM.
      • 674. A HYMN TO THE LARES.
      • 675. DENIAL IN WOMEN NO DISHEARTENING TO MEN.
      • 676. ADVERSITY.
      • 677. TO FORTUNE.
      • 678. TO ANTHEA.
      • 679. CRUELTIES.
      • 680. PERSEVERANCE.
      • 681. UPON HIS VERSES.
      • 682. DISTANCE BETTERS DIGNITIES.
      • 683. HEALTH.
      • 684. TO DIANEME. A CEREMONY IN GLOUCESTER.
      • 685. TO THE KING.
      • 686. THE FUNERAL RITES OF THE ROSE.
      • 687. THE RAINBOW, OR CURIOUS COVENANT.
      • 688. THE LAST STROKE STRIKES SURE.
      • 689. FORTUNE.
      • 690. STOOL-BALL.
      • 691. TO SAPPHO.
      • 692. ON POET PRAT. EPIG.
      • 693. UPON TUCK. EPIG.
      • 694. BITING OF BEGGARS.
      • 695. THE MAY-POLE.
      • 696. MEN MIND NO STATE IN SICKNESS.
      • 697. ADVERSITY.
      • 698. WANT.
      • 699. GRIEF.
      • 700. LOVE PALPABLE.
      • 701. NO ACTION HARD TO AFFECTION.
      • 702. MEAN THINGS OVERCOME MIGHTY.
      • 705. THE BRACELET OF PEARL: TO SILVIA.
      • 706. HOW ROSES CAME RED.
      • 707. KINGS.
      • 708. FIRST WORK, AND THEN WAGES.
      • 709. TEARS AND LAUGHTER.
      • 710. GLORY.
      • 711. POSSESSIONS.
      • 713. HIS RETURN TO LONDON.
      • 714. NOT EVERY DAY FIT FOR VERSE.
      • 715. POVERTY THE GREATEST PACK.
      • 716. A BUCOLIC, OR DISCOURSE OF NEATHERDS.
      • 717. TRUE SAFETY.
      • 718. A PROGNOSTIC.
      • 719. UPON JULIA'S SWEAT.
      • 720. PROOF TO NO PURPOSE.
      • 721. FAME.
      • 722. BY USE COMES EASINESS.
      • 723. TO THE GENIUS OF HIS HOUSE.
      • 724. HIS GRANGE, OR PRIVATE WEALTH.
      • 725. GOOD PRECEPTS OR COUNSEL.
      • 726. MONEY MAKES THE MIRTH.
      • 727. UP TAILS ALL.
      • 729. UPON LUCIA DABBLED IN THE DEW.
      • 730. CHARON AND PHILOMEL; A DIALOGUE SUNG.
      • 733. A TERNARY OF LITTLES, UPON A PIPKIN OF JELLY SENT TO A LADY.
      • 734. UPON THE ROSES IN JULIA'S BOSOM.
      • 735. MAIDS' NAYS ARE NOTHING.
      • 736. THE SMELL OF THE SACRIFICE.
      • 737. LOVERS: HOW THEY COME AND PART.
      • 738. TO WOMEN, TO HIDE THEIR TEETH IF THEY BE ROTTEN OR RUSTY.
      • 739. IN PRAISE OF WOMEN.
      • 740. THE APRON OF FLOWERS.
      • 741. THE CANDOUR OF JULIA'S TEETH.
      • 742. UPON HER WEEPING.
      • 743. ANOTHER UPON HER WEEPING.
      • 744. DELAY.
      • 745. TO SIR JOHN BERKLEY, GOVERNOR OF EXETER.
      • 746. TO ELECTRA. LOVE LOOKS FOR LOVE.
      • 747. REGRESSION SPOILS RESOLUTION.
      • 748. CONTENTION.
      • 749. CONSULTATION.
      • 750. LOVE DISLIKES NOTHING.
      • 751. OUR OWN SINS UNSEEN.
      • 752. NO PAINS, NO GAINS.
      • 754. VIRTUE BEST UNITED.
      • 755. THE EYE.
      • 756. TO PRINCE CHARLES UPON HIS COMING TO EXETER.
      • 757. A SONG.
      • 758. PRINCES AND FAVOURITES.
      • 759. EXAMPLES; OR, LIKE PRINCE, LIKE PEOPLE.
      • 760. POTENTATES.
      • 761. THE WAKE.
      • 762. THE PETER-PENNY.
      • 763. TO DOCTOR ALABASTER.
      • 764. UPON HIS KINSWOMAN, MRS. M. S.
      • 765. FELICITY KNOWS NO FENCE.
      • 766. DEATH ENDS ALL WOE.
      • 767. A CONJURATION TO ELECTRA.
      • 768. COURAGE COOLED.
      • 769. THE SPELL.
      • 770. HIS WISH TO PRIVACY.
      • 771. A GOOD HUSBAND.
      • 772. A HYMN TO BACCHUS.
      • 773. UPON PUSS AND HER 'PRENTICE. EPIG.
      • 774. BLAME THE REWARD OF PRINCES.
      • 775. CLEMENCY IN KINGS.
      • 776. ANGER.
      • 777. A PSALM OR HYMN TO THE GRACES.
      • 778. A HYMN TO THE MUSES.
      • 779. UPON JULIA'S CLOTHES.
      • 780. MODERATION.
      • 781. TO ANTHEA.
      • 782. UPON PREW, HIS MAID.
      • 783. THE INVITATION.
      • 784. CEREMONIES FOR CHRISTMAS.
      • 785. CHRISTMAS-EVE, ANOTHER CEREMONY.
      • 786. ANOTHER TO THE MAIDS.
      • 787. ANOTHER.
      • 788. POWER AND PEACE.
      • 789. TO HIS DEAR VALENTINE, MISTRESS MARGARET FALCONBRIDGE.
      • 790. TO OENONE.
      • 791. VERSES.
      • 792. HAPPINESS.
      • 793. THINGS OF CHOICE LONG A-COMING.
      • 794. POETRY PERPETUATES THE POET.
      • 797. KISSES.
      • 798. ORPHEUS.
      • 803. TO SAPPHO.
      • 804. TO HIS FAITHFUL FRIEND, M. JOHN CROFTS, CUP-BEARER TO THE KING.
      • 805. THE BRIDE-CAKE.
      • 806. TO BE MERRY.
      • 807. BURIAL.
      • 808. LENITY.
      • 809. PENITENCE.
      • 810. GRIEF.
      • 811. THE MAIDEN-BLUSH.
      • 812. THE MEAN.
      • 813. HASTE HURTFUL.
      • 814. PURGATORY.
      • 815. THE CLOUD.
      • 817. THE AMBER BEAD.
      • 818. TO MY DEAREST SISTER, M. MERCY HERRICK.
      • 819. THE TRANSFIGURATION.
      • 820. SUFFER THAT THOU CANST NOT SHIFT.
      • 821. TO THE PASSENGER.
      • 823. TO THE KING, UPON HIS TAKING OF LEICESTER.
      • 824. TO JULIA, IN HER DAWN, OR DAYBREAK.
      • 825. COUNSEL.
      • 826. BAD PRINCES PILL THE PEOPLE.
      • 827. MOST WORDS, LESS WORKS.
      • 828. TO DIANEME.
      • 830. HIS LOSS.
      • 831. DRAW AND DRINK.
      • 833. TO OENONE.
      • 836. TO ELECTRA.
      • 837. TO MISTRESS AMY POTTER.
      • 838. UPON A MAID.
      • 839. UPON LOVE.
      • 840. BEAUTY.
      • 841. UPON LOVE.
      • 844. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 845. READINESS.
      • 846. WRITING.
      • 847. SOCIETY.
      • 848. UPON A MAID.
      • 849. SATISFACTION FOR SUFFERINGS.
      • 850. THE DELAYING BRIDE.
      • 851. TO M. HENRY LAWES, THE EXCELLENT COMPOSER OF HIS LYRICS.
      • 852. AGE UNFIT FOR LOVE.
      • 853. THE BEDMAN, OR GRAVEMAKER.
      • 854. TO ANTHEA.
      • 855. NEED.
      • 856. TO JULIA.
      • 857. ON JULIA'S LIPS.
      • 858. TWILIGHT.
      • 859. TO HIS FRIEND, MR. J. JINCKS.
      • 860. ON HIMSELF.
      • 861. KINGS AND TYRANTS.
      • 862. CROSSES.
      • 863. UPON LOVE.
      • 864. NO DIFFERENCE I' TH' DARK.
      • 865. THE BODY.
      • 866. TO SAPPHO.
      • 867. OUT OF TIME, OUT OF TUNE.
      • 868. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 869. TO HIS HONOURED FRIEND, SIR THOMAS HEALE.
      • 870. THE SACRIFICE, BY WAY OF DISCOURSE BETWIXT HIMSELF AND JULIA.
      • 871. TO APOLLO.
      • 872. ON LOVE.
      • 873. ANOTHER.
      • 874. A HYMN TO CUPID.
      • 875. TO ELECTRA.
      • 876. HOW HIS SOUL CAME ENSNARED.
      • 877. FACTIONS.
      • 881. UPON JULIA'S HAIR BUNDLED UP IN A GOLDEN NET.
      • 883. THE SHOWER OF BLOSSOMS.
      • 885. A DEFENCE FOR WOMEN.
      • 887. SLAVERY.
      • 888. CHARMS.
      • 889. ANOTHER.
      • 890. ANOTHER TO BRING IN THE WITCH.
      • 891. ANOTHER CHARM FOR STABLES.
      • 892. CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMAS EVE.
      • 893. THE CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMAS DAY.
      • 894. UPON CANDLEMAS DAY.
      • 897. TO BIANCA, TO BLESS HIM.
      • 898. JULIA'S CHURCHING, OR PURIFICATION.
      • 899. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 900. TEARS.
      • 901. TO HIS FRIEND TO AVOID CONTENTION OF WORDS.
      • 902. TRUTH.
      • 904. THE EYES BEFORE THE EARS.
      • 905. WANT.
      • 906. TO A FRIEND.
      • 907. UPON M. WILLIAM LAWES, THE RARE MUSICIAN.
      • 908. A SONG UPON SILVIA.
      • 909. THE HONEYCOMB.
      • 910. UPON BEN JONSON.
      • 911. AN ODE FOR HIM.
      • 912. UPON A VIRGIN.
      • 913. BLAME.
      • 914. A REQUEST TO THE GRACES.
      • 915. UPON HIMSELF.
      • 916. MULTITUDE.
      • 917. FEAR.
      • 918. TO M. KELLAM.
      • 919. HAPPINESS TO HOSPITALITY; OR, A HEARTY WISH TO GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.
      • 920. CUNCTATION IN CORRECTION.
      • 921. PRESENT GOVERNMENT GRIEVOUS.
      • 922. REST REFRESHES.
      • 923. REVENGE.
      • 924. THE FIRST MARS OR MAKES.
      • 925. BEGINNING DIFFICULT.
      • 926. FAITH FOUR-SQUARE.
      • 927. THE PRESENT TIME BEST PLEASETH.
      • 928. CLOTHES ARE CONSPIRATORS.
      • 929. CRUELTY.
      • 930. FAIR AFTER FOUL.
      • 931. HUNGER.
      • 932. BAD WAGES FOR GOOD SERVICE.
      • 933. THE END.
      • 934. THE BONDMAN.
      • 935. CHOOSE FOR THE BEST.
      • 936. TO SILVIA.
      • 937. FAIR SHOWS DECEIVE.
      • 938. HIS WISH.
      • 939. UPON JULIA WASHING HERSELF IN THE RIVER.
      • 940. A MEAN IN OUR MEANS.
      • 941. UPON CLUNN.
      • 942. UPON CUPID.
      • 946. AN HYMN TO LOVE.
      • 947. TO HIS HONOURED AND MOST INGENIOUS FRIEND, MR. CHARLES COTTON.
      • 948. WOMEN USELESS.
      • 949. LOVE IS A SYRUP.
      • 950. LEAVEN.
      • 951. REPLETION.
      • 952. ON HIMSELF.
      • 953. NO MAN WITHOUT MONEY.
      • 954. ON HIMSELF.
      • 955. TO M. LEONARD WILLAN, HIS PECULIAR FRIEND.
      • 956. TO HIS WORTHY FRIEND, M. JOHN HALL, STUDENT OF GRAY'S INN.
      • 957. TO JULIA.
      • 958. TO THE MOST COMELY AND PROPER M. ELIZABETH FINCH.
      • 960. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 961. TO THE KING, UPON HIS WELCOME TO HAMPTON COURT. SET AND SUNG.
      • 962. ULTIMUS HEROUM: OR, TO THE MOST LEARNED, AND TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE, HENRY, MARQUIS OF DORCHESTER.
      • 963. TO HIS MUSE; ANOTHER TO THE SAME.
      • 966. TO HIS LEARNED FRIEND, M. JO. HARMAR, PHYSICIAN TO THE COLLEGE OF WESTMINSTER.
      • 967. UPON HIS SPANIEL TRACY.
      • 968. THE DELUGE.
      • 971. STRENGTH TO SUPPORT SOVEREIGNTY.
      • 973. CRUTCHES.
      • 974. TO JULIA.
      • 975. UPON CASE.
      • 976. TO PERENNA.
      • 977. TO HIS SISTER-IN-LAW, M. SUSANNA HERRICK.
      • 978. UPON THE LADY CREW.
      • 979. ON TOMASIN PARSONS.
      • 980. CEREMONY UPON CANDLEMAS EVE.
      • 981. SUSPICION MAKES SECURE.
      • 983. TO HIS KINSMAN, M. THO. HERRICK, WHO DESIRED TO BE IN HIS BOOK.
      • 984. A BUCOLIC BETWIXT TWO: LACON AND THYRSIS.
      • 985. UPON SAPPHO.
      • 988. A BACCHANALIAN VERSE.
      • 989. CARE A GOOD KEEPER.
      • 990. RULES FOR OUR REACH.
      • 991. TO BIANCA.
      • 992. TO THE HANDSOME MISTRESS GRACE POTTER.
      • 993. ANACREONTIC.
      • 994. MORE MODEST, MORE MANLY.
      • 995. NOT TO COVET MUCH WHERE LITTLE IS THE CHARGE.
      • 996. ANACREONTIC VERSE.
      • 998. PATIENCE IN PRINCES.
      • 999. FEAR GETS FORCE.
      • 1000. PARCEL-GILT POETRY.
      • 1001. UPON LOVE, BY WAY OF QUESTION AND ANSWER.
      • 1002. TO THE LORD HOPTON, ON HIS FIGHT IN CORNWALL.
      • 1003. HIS GRANGE.
      • 1004. LEPROSY IN HOUSES.
      • 1005. GOOD MANNERS AT MEAT.
      • 1006. ANTHEA'S RETRACTATION.
      • 1007. COMFORTS IN CROSSES.
      • 1008. SEEK AND FIND.
      • 1009. REST.
      • 1010. LEPROSY IN CLOTHES.
      • 1012. GREAT MALADIES, LONG MEDICINES.
      • 1013. HIS ANSWER TO A FRIEND.
      • 1014. THE BEGGAR.
      • 1015. BASTARDS.
      • 1016. HIS CHANGE.
      • 1017. THE VISION.
      • 1018. A VOW TO VENUS.
      • 1019. ON HIS BOOK.
      • 1020. A SONNET OF PERILLA.
      • 1021. BAD MAY BE BETTER.
      • 1022. POSTING TO PRINTING.
      • 1023. RAPINE BRINGS RUIN.
      • 1024. COMFORT TO A YOUTH THAT HAD LOST HIS LOVE.
      • 1026. SAINT DISTAFF'S DAY, OR THE MORROW AFTER TWELFTH DAY.
      • 1027. SUFFERANCE.
      • 1028. HIS TEARS TO THAMESIS.
      • 1029. PARDONS.
      • 1030. PEACE NOT PERMANENT.
      • 1031. TRUTH AND ERROR.
      • 1032. THINGS MORTAL STILL MUTABLE.
      • 1033. STUDIES TO BE SUPPORTED.
      • 1034. WIT PUNISHED, PROSPERS MOST.
      • 1035. TWELFTH NIGHT: OR, KING AND QUEEN.
      • 1036. HIS DESIRE.
      • 1037. CAUTION IN COUNSEL.
      • 1038. MODERATION.
      • 1039. ADVICE THE BEST ACTOR.
      • 1040. CONFORMITY IS COMELY.
      • 1041. LAWS.
      • 1042. THE MEAN.
      • 1043. LIKE LOVES HIS LIKE.
      • 1044. HIS HOPE OR SHEET ANCHOR.
      • 1045. COMFORT IN CALAMITY.
      • 1046. TWILIGHT.
      • 1047. FALSE MOURNING.
      • 1048. THE WILL MAKES THE WORK; OR, CONSENT MAKES THE CURE.
      • 1049. DIET.
      • 1050. SMART.
      • 1051. THE TINKER'S SONG.
      • 1052. HIS COMFORT.
      • 1053. SINCERITY.
      • 1054. TO ANTHEA.
      • 1055. NOR BUYING OR SELLING.
      • 1056. TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, M. JO. WICKS.
      • 1057. THE MORE MIGHTY, THE MORE MERCIFUL.
      • 1058. AFTER AUTUMN, WINTER.
      • 1059. A GOOD DEATH.
      • 1060. RECOMPENSE.
      • 1061. ON FORTUNE.
      • 1062. TO SIR GEORGE PARRY, DOCTOR OF THE CIVIL LAW.
      • 1063. CHARMS.
      • 1064. ANOTHER.
      • 1065. ANOTHER.
      • 1067. GENTLENESS.
      • 1068. A DIALOGUE BETWEEN HIMSELF AND MISTRESS ELIZA WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF AMARYLLIS.
      • 1069. TO JULIA.
      • 1070. TO ROSES IN JULIA'S BOSOM.
      • 1071. TO THE HONOURED MASTER ENDYMION PORTER.
      • 1072. SPEAK IN SEASON.
      • 1073. OBEDIENCE.
      • 1074. ANOTHER OF THE SAME.
      • 1075. OF LOVE.
      • 1076. UPON TRAP.
      • 1080. THE SCHOOL OR PEARL OF PUTNEY, THE MISTRESS OF ALL SINGULAR MANNERS, MISTRESS PORTMAN.
      • 1081. TO PERENNA.
      • 1082. ON HIMSELF.
      • 1083. ON LOVE.
      • 1084. ANOTHER ON LOVE.
      • 1086. UPON CHUB.
      • 1087. PLEASURES PERNICIOUS.
      • 1088. ON HIMSELF.
      • 1089. TO M. LAURENCE SWETNAHAM.
      • 1090. HIS COVENANT; OR, PROTESTATION TO JULIA.
      • 1091. ON HIMSELF.
      • 1092. TO THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED GENTLEMAN, M. MICHAEL OULSWORTH.
      • 1093. TO HIS GIRLS, WHO WOULD HAVE HIM SPORTFUL.
      • 1094. TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD.
      • 1095. HIS LAST REQUEST TO JULIA.
      • 1096. ON HIMSELF.
      • 1097. UPON KINGS.
      • 1098. TO HIS GIRLS.
      • 1100. TO HIS BROTHER, NICHOLAS HERRICK.
      • 1101. THE VOICE AND VIOL.
      • 1102. WAR.
      • 1103. A KING AND NO KING.
      • 1104. PLOTS NOT STILL PROSPEROUS.
      • 1105. FLATTERY.
      • 1109. EXCESS.
      • 1111. THE SOUL IS THE SALT.
      • 1117. ABSTINENCE.
      • 1118. NO DANGER TO MEN DESPERATE.
      • 1119. SAUCE FOR SORROWS.
      • 1120. TO CUPID.
      • 1121. DISTRUST.
      • 1123. THE MOUNT OF THE MUSES.
      • 1124. ON HIMSELF.
      • 1125. TO HIS BOOK.
      • 1126. THE END OF HIS WORK.
      • 1127. TO CROWN IT.
      • 1128. ON HIMSELF.
      • 1129. THE PILLAR OF FAME.
    • 569. A HYMN TO THE GRACES.
    • 570. TO SILVIA.
    • 573. THE POET HATH LOST HIS PIPE.
    • 574. TRUE FRIENDSHIP.
    • 575. THE APPARITION OF HIS MISTRESS CALLING HIM TO ELYSIUM.
    • 576. LIFE IS THE BODY'S LIGHT.
    • 579. LOVE LIGHTLY PLEASED.
    • 580. THE PRIMROSE.
    • 581. THE TITHE. TO THE BRIDE.
    • 582. A FROLIC.
    • 583. CHANGE COMMON TO ALL.
    • 584. TO JULIA.
    • 585. NO LUCK IN LOVE.
    • 586. IN THE DARK NONE DAINTY.
    • 587. A CHARM, OR AN ALLAY FOR LOVE.
    • 590. TO HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW, MASTER JOHN WINGFIELD.
    • 591. THE HEADACHE.
    • 592. ON HIMSELF.
    • 593. UPON A MAID.
    • 596. UPON THE TROUBLESOME TIMES.
    • 597. CRUELTY BASE IN COMMANDERS.
    • 599. UPON LUCIA.
    • 600. LITTLE AND LOUD.
    • 601. SHIPWRECK.
    • 602. PAINS WITHOUT PROFIT.
    • 603. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 604. HIS PRAYER TO BEN JONSON.
    • 605. POVERTY AND RICHES.
    • 606. AGAIN.
    • 607. THE COVETOUS STILL CAPTIVES.
    • 608. LAWS.
    • 609. OF LOVE.
    • 611. TO HIS MUSE.
    • 612. THE BAD SEASON MAKES THE POET SAD.
    • 613. TO VULCAN.
    • 614. LIKE PATTERN, LIKE PEOPLE.
    • 615. PURPOSES.
    • 616. TO THE MAIDS TO WALK ABROAD.
    • 617. HIS OWN EPITAPH.
    • 618. A NUPTIAL VERSE TO MISTRESS ELIZABETH LEE, NOW LADY TRACY.
    • 619. THE NIGHT-PIECE, TO JULIA.
    • 620. TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW.
    • 621. GOOD LUCK NOT LASTING.
    • 622. A KISS.
    • 623. GLORY.
    • 624. POETS.
    • 625. NO DESPITE TO THE DEAD.
    • 626. TO HIS VERSES.
    • 627. HIS CHARGE TO JULIA AT HIS DEATH.
    • 628. UPON LOVE.
    • 629. THE COBBLERS' CATCH.
    • 633. CONNUBII FLORES, OR THE WELL-WISHES AT WEDDINGS.
    • 634. TO HIS LOVELY MISTRESSES.
    • 635. UPON LOVE.
    • 638. THE BEGGAR TO MAB, THE FAIRY QUEEN.
    • 639. AN END DECREED.
    • 640. UPON A CHILD.
    • 641. PAINTING SOMETIMES PERMITTED.
    • 642. FAREWELL FROST, OR WELCOME THE SPRING.
    • 643. THE HAG.
    • 644. UPON AN OLD MAN: A RESIDENTIARY.
    • 645. UPON TEARS.
    • 646. PHYSICIANS.
    • 647. THE PRIMITIÆ TO PARENTS.
    • 649. UPON LUCY. EPIG.
    • 651. TO SILVIA.
    • 652. TO HIS CLOSET-GODS.
    • 653. A BACCHANALIAN VERSE.
    • 654. LONG-LOOKED-FOR COMES AT LAST.
    • 655. TO YOUTH.
    • 656. NEVER TOO LATE TO DIE.
    • 657. A HYMN TO THE MUSES.
    • 658. ON HIMSELF.
    • 660. TO MOMUS.
    • 661. AMBITION.
    • 662. THE COUNTRY LIFE, TO THE HONOURED M. END. PORTER, GROOM OF THE BEDCHAMBER TO HIS MAJESTY.
    • 663. TO ELECTRA.
    • 664. TO HIS WORTHY FRIEND, M. ARTHUR BARTLY.
    • 665. WHAT KIND OF MISTRESS HE WOULD HAVE.
    • 667. THE ROSEMARY BRANCH.
    • 669. UPON CRAB. EPIG.
    • 670. A PARANÆTICALL, OR ADVISIVE VERSE, TO HIS FRIEND, M. JOHN WICKS.
    • 671. ONCE SEEN AND NO MORE.
    • 672. LOVE.
    • 673. TO M. DENHAM ON HIS PROSPECTIVE POEM.
    • 674. A HYMN TO THE LARES.
    • 675. DENIAL IN WOMEN NO DISHEARTENING TO MEN.
    • 676. ADVERSITY.
    • 677. TO FORTUNE.
    • 678. TO ANTHEA.
    • 679. CRUELTIES.
    • 680. PERSEVERANCE.
    • 681. UPON HIS VERSES.
    • 682. DISTANCE BETTERS DIGNITIES.
    • 683. HEALTH.
    • 684. TO DIANEME. A CEREMONY IN GLOUCESTER.
    • 685. TO THE KING.
    • 686. THE FUNERAL RITES OF THE ROSE.
    • 687. THE RAINBOW, OR CURIOUS COVENANT.
    • 688. THE LAST STROKE STRIKES SURE.
    • 689. FORTUNE.
    • 690. STOOL-BALL.
    • 691. TO SAPPHO.
    • 692. ON POET PRAT. EPIG.
    • 693. UPON TUCK. EPIG.
    • 694. BITING OF BEGGARS.
    • 695. THE MAY-POLE.
    • 696. MEN MIND NO STATE IN SICKNESS.
    • 697. ADVERSITY.
    • 698. WANT.
    • 699. GRIEF.
    • 700. LOVE PALPABLE.
    • 701. NO ACTION HARD TO AFFECTION.
    • 702. MEAN THINGS OVERCOME MIGHTY.
    • 705. THE BRACELET OF PEARL: TO SILVIA.
    • 706. HOW ROSES CAME RED.
    • 707. KINGS.
    • 708. FIRST WORK, AND THEN WAGES.
    • 709. TEARS AND LAUGHTER.
    • 710. GLORY.
    • 711. POSSESSIONS.
    • 713. HIS RETURN TO LONDON.
    • 714. NOT EVERY DAY FIT FOR VERSE.
    • 715. POVERTY THE GREATEST PACK.
    • 716. A BUCOLIC, OR DISCOURSE OF NEATHERDS.
    • 717. TRUE SAFETY.
    • 718. A PROGNOSTIC.
    • 719. UPON JULIA'S SWEAT.
    • 720. PROOF TO NO PURPOSE.
    • 721. FAME.
    • 722. BY USE COMES EASINESS.
    • 723. TO THE GENIUS OF HIS HOUSE.
    • 724. HIS GRANGE, OR PRIVATE WEALTH.
    • 725. GOOD PRECEPTS OR COUNSEL.
    • 726. MONEY MAKES THE MIRTH.
    • 727. UP TAILS ALL.
    • 729. UPON LUCIA DABBLED IN THE DEW.
    • 730. CHARON AND PHILOMEL; A DIALOGUE SUNG.
    • 733. A TERNARY OF LITTLES, UPON A PIPKIN OF JELLY SENT TO A LADY.
    • 734. UPON THE ROSES IN JULIA'S BOSOM.
    • 735. MAIDS' NAYS ARE NOTHING.
    • 736. THE SMELL OF THE SACRIFICE.
    • 737. LOVERS: HOW THEY COME AND PART.
    • 738. TO WOMEN, TO HIDE THEIR TEETH IF THEY BE ROTTEN OR RUSTY.
    • 739. IN PRAISE OF WOMEN.
    • 740. THE APRON OF FLOWERS.
    • 741. THE CANDOUR OF JULIA'S TEETH.
    • 742. UPON HER WEEPING.
    • 743. ANOTHER UPON HER WEEPING.
    • 744. DELAY.
    • 745. TO SIR JOHN BERKLEY, GOVERNOR OF EXETER.
    • 746. TO ELECTRA. LOVE LOOKS FOR LOVE.
    • 747. REGRESSION SPOILS RESOLUTION.
    • 748. CONTENTION.
    • 749. CONSULTATION.
    • 750. LOVE DISLIKES NOTHING.
    • 751. OUR OWN SINS UNSEEN.
    • 752. NO PAINS, NO GAINS.
    • 754. VIRTUE BEST UNITED.
    • 755. THE EYE.
    • 756. TO PRINCE CHARLES UPON HIS COMING TO EXETER.
    • 757. A SONG.
    • 758. PRINCES AND FAVOURITES.
    • 759. EXAMPLES; OR, LIKE PRINCE, LIKE PEOPLE.
    • 760. POTENTATES.
    • 761. THE WAKE.
    • 762. THE PETER-PENNY.
    • 763. TO DOCTOR ALABASTER.
    • 764. UPON HIS KINSWOMAN, MRS. M. S.
    • 765. FELICITY KNOWS NO FENCE.
    • 766. DEATH ENDS ALL WOE.
    • 767. A CONJURATION TO ELECTRA.
    • 768. COURAGE COOLED.
    • 769. THE SPELL.
    • 770. HIS WISH TO PRIVACY.
    • 771. A GOOD HUSBAND.
    • 772. A HYMN TO BACCHUS.
    • 773. UPON PUSS AND HER 'PRENTICE. EPIG.
    • 774. BLAME THE REWARD OF PRINCES.
    • 775. CLEMENCY IN KINGS.
    • 776. ANGER.
    • 777. A PSALM OR HYMN TO THE GRACES.
    • 778. A HYMN TO THE MUSES.
    • 779. UPON JULIA'S CLOTHES.
    • 780. MODERATION.
    • 781. TO ANTHEA.
    • 782. UPON PREW, HIS MAID.
    • 783. THE INVITATION.
    • 784. CEREMONIES FOR CHRISTMAS.
    • 785. CHRISTMAS-EVE, ANOTHER CEREMONY.
    • 786. ANOTHER TO THE MAIDS.
    • 787. ANOTHER.
    • 788. POWER AND PEACE.
    • 789. TO HIS DEAR VALENTINE, MISTRESS MARGARET FALCONBRIDGE.
    • 790. TO OENONE.
    • 791. VERSES.
    • 792. HAPPINESS.
    • 793. THINGS OF CHOICE LONG A-COMING.
    • 794. POETRY PERPETUATES THE POET.
    • 797. KISSES.
    • 798. ORPHEUS.
    • 803. TO SAPPHO.
    • 804. TO HIS FAITHFUL FRIEND, M. JOHN CROFTS, CUP-BEARER TO THE KING.
    • 805. THE BRIDE-CAKE.
    • 806. TO BE MERRY.
    • 807. BURIAL.
    • 808. LENITY.
    • 809. PENITENCE.
    • 810. GRIEF.
    • 811. THE MAIDEN-BLUSH.
    • 812. THE MEAN.
    • 813. HASTE HURTFUL.
    • 814. PURGATORY.
    • 815. THE CLOUD.
    • 817. THE AMBER BEAD.
    • 818. TO MY DEAREST SISTER, M. MERCY HERRICK.
    • 819. THE TRANSFIGURATION.
    • 820. SUFFER THAT THOU CANST NOT SHIFT.
    • 821. TO THE PASSENGER.
    • 823. TO THE KING, UPON HIS TAKING OF LEICESTER.
    • 824. TO JULIA, IN HER DAWN, OR DAYBREAK.
    • 825. COUNSEL.
    • 826. BAD PRINCES PILL THE PEOPLE.
    • 827. MOST WORDS, LESS WORKS.
    • 828. TO DIANEME.
    • 830. HIS LOSS.
    • 831. DRAW AND DRINK.
    • 833. TO OENONE.
    • 836. TO ELECTRA.
    • 837. TO MISTRESS AMY POTTER.
    • 838. UPON A MAID.
    • 839. UPON LOVE.
    • 840. BEAUTY.
    • 841. UPON LOVE.
    • 844. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 845. READINESS.
    • 846. WRITING.
    • 847. SOCIETY.
    • 848. UPON A MAID.
    • 849. SATISFACTION FOR SUFFERINGS.
    • 850. THE DELAYING BRIDE.
    • 851. TO M. HENRY LAWES, THE EXCELLENT COMPOSER OF HIS LYRICS.
    • 852. AGE UNFIT FOR LOVE.
    • 853. THE BEDMAN, OR GRAVEMAKER.
    • 854. TO ANTHEA.
    • 855. NEED.
    • 856. TO JULIA.
    • 857. ON JULIA'S LIPS.
    • 858. TWILIGHT.
    • 859. TO HIS FRIEND, MR. J. JINCKS.
    • 860. ON HIMSELF.
    • 861. KINGS AND TYRANTS.
    • 862. CROSSES.
    • 863. UPON LOVE.
    • 864. NO DIFFERENCE I' TH' DARK.
    • 865. THE BODY.
    • 866. TO SAPPHO.
    • 867. OUT OF TIME, OUT OF TUNE.
    • 868. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 869. TO HIS HONOURED FRIEND, SIR THOMAS HEALE.
    • 870. THE SACRIFICE, BY WAY OF DISCOURSE BETWIXT HIMSELF AND JULIA.
    • 871. TO APOLLO.
    • 872. ON LOVE.
    • 873. ANOTHER.
    • 874. A HYMN TO CUPID.
    • 875. TO ELECTRA.
    • 876. HOW HIS SOUL CAME ENSNARED.
    • 877. FACTIONS.
    • 881. UPON JULIA'S HAIR BUNDLED UP IN A GOLDEN NET.
    • 883. THE SHOWER OF BLOSSOMS.
    • 885. A DEFENCE FOR WOMEN.
    • 887. SLAVERY.
    • 888. CHARMS.
    • 889. ANOTHER.
    • 890. ANOTHER TO BRING IN THE WITCH.
    • 891. ANOTHER CHARM FOR STABLES.
    • 892. CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMAS EVE.
    • 893. THE CEREMONIES FOR CANDLEMAS DAY.
    • 894. UPON CANDLEMAS DAY.
    • 897. TO BIANCA, TO BLESS HIM.
    • 898. JULIA'S CHURCHING, OR PURIFICATION.
    • 899. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 900. TEARS.
    • 901. TO HIS FRIEND TO AVOID CONTENTION OF WORDS.
    • 902. TRUTH.
    • 904. THE EYES BEFORE THE EARS.
    • 905. WANT.
    • 906. TO A FRIEND.
    • 907. UPON M. WILLIAM LAWES, THE RARE MUSICIAN.
    • 908. A SONG UPON SILVIA.
    • 909. THE HONEYCOMB.
    • 910. UPON BEN JONSON.
    • 911. AN ODE FOR HIM.
    • 912. UPON A VIRGIN.
    • 913. BLAME.
    • 914. A REQUEST TO THE GRACES.
    • 915. UPON HIMSELF.
    • 916. MULTITUDE.
    • 917. FEAR.
    • 918. TO M. KELLAM.
    • 919. HAPPINESS TO HOSPITALITY; OR, A HEARTY WISH TO GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.
    • 920. CUNCTATION IN CORRECTION.
    • 921. PRESENT GOVERNMENT GRIEVOUS.
    • 922. REST REFRESHES.
    • 923. REVENGE.
    • 924. THE FIRST MARS OR MAKES.
    • 925. BEGINNING DIFFICULT.
    • 926. FAITH FOUR-SQUARE.
    • 927. THE PRESENT TIME BEST PLEASETH.
    • 928. CLOTHES ARE CONSPIRATORS.
    • 929. CRUELTY.
    • 930. FAIR AFTER FOUL.
    • 931. HUNGER.
    • 932. BAD WAGES FOR GOOD SERVICE.
    • 933. THE END.
    • 934. THE BONDMAN.
    • 935. CHOOSE FOR THE BEST.
    • 936. TO SILVIA.
    • 937. FAIR SHOWS DECEIVE.
    • 938. HIS WISH.
    • 939. UPON JULIA WASHING HERSELF IN THE RIVER.
    • 940. A MEAN IN OUR MEANS.
    • 941. UPON CLUNN.
    • 942. UPON CUPID.
    • 946. AN HYMN TO LOVE.
    • 947. TO HIS HONOURED AND MOST INGENIOUS FRIEND, MR. CHARLES COTTON.
    • 948. WOMEN USELESS.
    • 949. LOVE IS A SYRUP.
    • 950. LEAVEN.
    • 951. REPLETION.
    • 952. ON HIMSELF.
    • 953. NO MAN WITHOUT MONEY.
    • 954. ON HIMSELF.
    • 955. TO M. LEONARD WILLAN, HIS PECULIAR FRIEND.
    • 956. TO HIS WORTHY FRIEND, M. JOHN HALL, STUDENT OF GRAY'S INN.
    • 957. TO JULIA.
    • 958. TO THE MOST COMELY AND PROPER M. ELIZABETH FINCH.
    • 960. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 961. TO THE KING, UPON HIS WELCOME TO HAMPTON COURT. SET AND SUNG.
    • 962. ULTIMUS HEROUM: OR, TO THE MOST LEARNED, AND TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE, HENRY, MARQUIS OF DORCHESTER.
    • 963. TO HIS MUSE; ANOTHER TO THE SAME.
    • 966. TO HIS LEARNED FRIEND, M. JO. HARMAR, PHYSICIAN TO THE COLLEGE OF WESTMINSTER.
    • 967. UPON HIS SPANIEL TRACY.
    • 968. THE DELUGE.
    • 971. STRENGTH TO SUPPORT SOVEREIGNTY.
    • 973. CRUTCHES.
    • 974. TO JULIA.
    • 975. UPON CASE.
    • 976. TO PERENNA.
    • 977. TO HIS SISTER-IN-LAW, M. SUSANNA HERRICK.
    • 978. UPON THE LADY CREW.
    • 979. ON TOMASIN PARSONS.
    • 980. CEREMONY UPON CANDLEMAS EVE.
    • 981. SUSPICION MAKES SECURE.
    • 983. TO HIS KINSMAN, M. THO. HERRICK, WHO DESIRED TO BE IN HIS BOOK.
    • 984. A BUCOLIC BETWIXT TWO: LACON AND THYRSIS.
    • 985. UPON SAPPHO.
    • 988. A BACCHANALIAN VERSE.
    • 989. CARE A GOOD KEEPER.
    • 990. RULES FOR OUR REACH.
    • 991. TO BIANCA.
    • 992. TO THE HANDSOME MISTRESS GRACE POTTER.
    • 993. ANACREONTIC.
    • 994. MORE MODEST, MORE MANLY.
    • 995. NOT TO COVET MUCH WHERE LITTLE IS THE CHARGE.
    • 996. ANACREONTIC VERSE.
    • 998. PATIENCE IN PRINCES.
    • 999. FEAR GETS FORCE.
    • 1000. PARCEL-GILT POETRY.
    • 1001. UPON LOVE, BY WAY OF QUESTION AND ANSWER.
    • 1002. TO THE LORD HOPTON, ON HIS FIGHT IN CORNWALL.
    • 1003. HIS GRANGE.
    • 1004. LEPROSY IN HOUSES.
    • 1005. GOOD MANNERS AT MEAT.
    • 1006. ANTHEA'S RETRACTATION.
    • 1007. COMFORTS IN CROSSES.
    • 1008. SEEK AND FIND.
    • 1009. REST.
    • 1010. LEPROSY IN CLOTHES.
    • 1012. GREAT MALADIES, LONG MEDICINES.
    • 1013. HIS ANSWER TO A FRIEND.
    • 1014. THE BEGGAR.
    • 1015. BASTARDS.
    • 1016. HIS CHANGE.
    • 1017. THE VISION.
    • 1018. A VOW TO VENUS.
    • 1019. ON HIS BOOK.
    • 1020. A SONNET OF PERILLA.
    • 1021. BAD MAY BE BETTER.
    • 1022. POSTING TO PRINTING.
    • 1023. RAPINE BRINGS RUIN.
    • 1024. COMFORT TO A YOUTH THAT HAD LOST HIS LOVE.
    • 1026. SAINT DISTAFF'S DAY, OR THE MORROW AFTER TWELFTH DAY.
    • 1027. SUFFERANCE.
    • 1028. HIS TEARS TO THAMESIS.
    • 1029. PARDONS.
    • 1030. PEACE NOT PERMANENT.
    • 1031. TRUTH AND ERROR.
    • 1032. THINGS MORTAL STILL MUTABLE.
    • 1033. STUDIES TO BE SUPPORTED.
    • 1034. WIT PUNISHED, PROSPERS MOST.
    • 1035. TWELFTH NIGHT: OR, KING AND QUEEN.
    • 1036. HIS DESIRE.
    • 1037. CAUTION IN COUNSEL.
    • 1038. MODERATION.
    • 1039. ADVICE THE BEST ACTOR.
    • 1040. CONFORMITY IS COMELY.
    • 1041. LAWS.
    • 1042. THE MEAN.
    • 1043. LIKE LOVES HIS LIKE.
    • 1044. HIS HOPE OR SHEET ANCHOR.
    • 1045. COMFORT IN CALAMITY.
    • 1046. TWILIGHT.
    • 1047. FALSE MOURNING.
    • 1048. THE WILL MAKES THE WORK; OR, CONSENT MAKES THE CURE.
    • 1049. DIET.
    • 1050. SMART.
    • 1051. THE TINKER'S SONG.
    • 1052. HIS COMFORT.
    • 1053. SINCERITY.
    • 1054. TO ANTHEA.
    • 1055. NOR BUYING OR SELLING.
    • 1056. TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, M. JO. WICKS.
    • 1057. THE MORE MIGHTY, THE MORE MERCIFUL.
    • 1058. AFTER AUTUMN, WINTER.
    • 1059. A GOOD DEATH.
    • 1060. RECOMPENSE.
    • 1061. ON FORTUNE.
    • 1062. TO SIR GEORGE PARRY, DOCTOR OF THE CIVIL LAW.
    • 1063. CHARMS.
    • 1064. ANOTHER.
    • 1065. ANOTHER.
    • 1067. GENTLENESS.
    • 1068. A DIALOGUE BETWEEN HIMSELF AND MISTRESS ELIZA WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF AMARYLLIS.
    • 1069. TO JULIA.
    • 1070. TO ROSES IN JULIA'S BOSOM.
    • 1071. TO THE HONOURED MASTER ENDYMION PORTER.
    • 1072. SPEAK IN SEASON.
    • 1073. OBEDIENCE.
    • 1074. ANOTHER OF THE SAME.
    • 1075. OF LOVE.
    • 1076. UPON TRAP.
    • 1080. THE SCHOOL OR PEARL OF PUTNEY, THE MISTRESS OF ALL SINGULAR MANNERS, MISTRESS PORTMAN.
    • 1081. TO PERENNA.
    • 1082. ON HIMSELF.
    • 1083. ON LOVE.
    • 1084. ANOTHER ON LOVE.
    • 1086. UPON CHUB.
    • 1087. PLEASURES PERNICIOUS.
    • 1088. ON HIMSELF.
    • 1089. TO M. LAURENCE SWETNAHAM.
    • 1090. HIS COVENANT; OR, PROTESTATION TO JULIA.
    • 1091. ON HIMSELF.
    • 1092. TO THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED GENTLEMAN, M. MICHAEL OULSWORTH.
    • 1093. TO HIS GIRLS, WHO WOULD HAVE HIM SPORTFUL.
    • 1094. TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD.
    • 1095. HIS LAST REQUEST TO JULIA.
    • 1096. ON HIMSELF.
    • 1097. UPON KINGS.
    • 1098. TO HIS GIRLS.
    • 1100. TO HIS BROTHER, NICHOLAS HERRICK.
    • 1101. THE VOICE AND VIOL.
    • 1102. WAR.
    • 1103. A KING AND NO KING.
    • 1104. PLOTS NOT STILL PROSPEROUS.
    • 1105. FLATTERY.
    • 1109. EXCESS.
    • 1111. THE SOUL IS THE SALT.
    • 1117. ABSTINENCE.
    • 1118. NO DANGER TO MEN DESPERATE.
    • 1119. SAUCE FOR SORROWS.
    • 1120. TO CUPID.
    • 1121. DISTRUST.
    • 1123. THE MOUNT OF THE MUSES.
    • 1124. ON HIMSELF.
    • 1125. TO HIS BOOK.
    • 1126. THE END OF HIS WORK.
    • 1127. TO CROWN IT.
    • 1128. ON HIMSELF.
    • 1129. THE PILLAR OF FAME.
    • HIS NOBLE NUMBERS: OR, HIS PIOUS PIECES.
      • 1. HIS CONFESSION.
      • 2. HIS PRAYER FOR ABSOLUTION.
      • 3. TO FIND GOD.
      • 4. WHAT GOD IS.
      • 5. UPON GOD.
      • 6. MERCY AND LOVE.
      • 7. GOD'S ANGER WITHOUT AFFECTION.
      • 8. GOD NOT TO BE COMPREHENDED.
      • 9. GOD'S PART.
      • 10. AFFLICTION.
      • 11. THREE FATAL SISTERS.
      • 12. SILENCE.
      • 13. MIRTH.
      • 14. LOADING AND UNLOADING.
      • 15. GOD'S MERCY.
      • 16. PRAYERS MUST HAVE POISE.
      • 17. TO GOD: AN ANTHEM SUNG IN THE CHAPEL AT WHITEHALL BEFORE THE KING.
      • 18. UPON GOD.
      • 19. CALLING AND CORRECTING.
      • 20. NO ESCAPING THE SCOURGING.
      • 21. THE ROD.
      • 22. GOD HAS A TWOFOLD PART.
      • 23. GOD IS ONE.
      • 24. PERSECUTIONS PROFITABLE.
      • 25. TO GOD.
      • 26. WHIPS.
      • 27. GOD'S PROVIDENCE.
      • 28. TEMPTATION.
      • 29. HIS EJACULATION TO GOD.
      • 30. GOD'S GIFTS NOT SOON GRANTED.
      • 31. PERSECUTIONS PURIFY.
      • 32. PARDON.
      • 33. AN ODE OF THE BIRTH OF OUR SAVIOUR.
      • 34. LIP-LABOUR.
      • 35. THE HEART.
      • 36. EARRINGS.
      • 37. SIN SEEN.
      • 38. UPON TIME.
      • 39. HIS PETITION.
      • 40. TO GOD.
      • 41. HIS LITANY TO THE HOLY SPIRIT.
      • 42. THANKSGIVING.
      • 43. COCK-CROW.
      • 44. ALL THINGS RUN WELL FOR THE RIGHTEOUS.
      • 45. PAIN ENDS IN PLEASURE.
      • 46. TO GOD.
      • 47. A THANKSGIVING TO GOD FOR HIS HOUSE.
      • 48. TO GOD.
      • 49. ANOTHER TO GOD.
      • 50. NONE TRULY HAPPY HERE.
      • 51. TO HIS EVER-LOVING GOD.
      • 52. ANOTHER.
      • 53. TO DEATH.
      • 54. NEUTRALITY LOATHSOME.
      • 55. WELCOME WHAT COMES.
      • 56. TO HIS ANGRY GOD.
      • 57. PATIENCE: OR, COMFORTS IN CROSSES.
      • 58. ETERNITY.
      • 59. TO HIS SAVIOUR, A CHILD: A PRESENT BY A CHILD.
      • 60. THE NEW-YEAR'S GIFT.
      • 61. TO GOD.
      • 62. GOD AND THE KING.
      • 63. GOD'S MIRTH: MAN'S MOURNING.
      • 64. HONOURS ARE HINDRANCES.
      • 65. THE PARASCEVE, OR PREPARATION.
      • 66. TO GOD.
      • 67. A WILL TO BE WORKING.
      • 68. CHRIST'S PART.
      • 69. RICHES AND POVERTY.
      • 70. SOBRIETY IN SEARCH.
      • 71. ALMS.
      • 72. TO HIS CONSCIENCE.
      • 73. TO HIS SAVIOUR.
      • 74. TO GOD.
      • 75. HIS DREAM.
      • 76. GOD'S BOUNTY.
      • 77. TO HIS SWEET SAVIOUR.
      • 78. HIS CREED.
      • 79. TEMPTATIONS.
      • 80. THE LAMP.
      • 81. SORROWS.
      • 82. PENITENCY.
      • 83. THE DIRGE OF JEPHTHAH'S DAUGHTER: SUNG BY THE VIRGINS.
      • 84. TO GOD: ON HIS SICKNESS.
      • 85. SINS LOATHED, AND YET LOVED.
      • 86. SIN.
      • 87. UPON GOD.
      • 88. FAITH.
      • 89. HUMILITY.
      • 90. TEARS.
      • 91. SIN AND STRIFE.
      • 92. AN ODE, OR PSALM TO GOD.
      • 93. GRACES FOR CHILDREN.
      • 94. GOD TO BE FIRST SERVED.
      • 95. ANOTHER GRACE FOR A CHILD.
      • 96. A CHRISTMAS CAROL SUNG TO THE KING IN THE PRESENCE AT WHITEHALL.
      • 97. THE NEW-YEAR'S GIFT: OR, CIRCUMCISION'S SONG. SUNG TO THE KING IN THE PRESENCE AT WHITEHALL.
      • 98. ANOTHER NEW-YEAR'S GIFT: OR, SONG FOR THE CIRCUMCISION.
      • 99. GOD'S PARDON.
      • 100. SIN.
      • 101. EVIL.
      • 102. THE STAR-SONG: A CAROL TO THE KING SUNG AT WHITEHALL.
      • 103. TO GOD.
      • 104. TO HIS DEAR GOD.
      • 105. TO GOD: HIS GOOD WILL.
      • 106. ON HEAVEN.
      • 107. THE SUM AND THE SATISFACTION.
      • 108. GOOD MEN AFFLICTED MOST.
      • 109. GOOD CHRISTIANS
      • 110. THE WILL THE CAUSE OF WOE.
      • 111. TO HEAVEN.
      • 112. THE RECOMPENSE.
      • 113. TO GOD.
      • 114. TO GOD.
      • 115. HIS WISH TO GOD.
      • 116. SATAN.
      • 117. HELL.
      • 118. THE WAY.
      • 119. GREAT GRIEF, GREAT GLORY.
      • 120. HELL.
      • 121. THE BELLMAN.
      • 122. THE GOODNESS OF HIS GOD.
      • 123. THE WIDOWS' TEARS: OR, DIRGE OF DORCAS.
      • 124. TO GOD IN TIME OF PLUNDERING.
      • 125. TO HIS SAVIOUR. THE NEW-YEAR'S GIFT.
      • 126. DOOMSDAY.
      • 127. THE POOR'S PORTION.
      • 128. THE WHITE ISLAND: OR, PLACE OF THE BLEST.
      • 129. TO CHRIST.
      • 130. TO GOD.
      • 131. FREE WELCOME.
      • 132. GOD'S GRACE.
      • 133. COMING TO CHRIST.
      • 134. CORRECTION.
      • 135. GOD'S BOUNTY.
      • 136. KNOWLEDGE.
      • 137. SALUTATION.
      • 138. LASCIVIOUSNESS.
      • 139. TEARS.
      • 140. GOD'S BLESSING.
      • 141. GOD, AND LORD.
      • 142. THE JUDGMENT-DAY.
      • 143. ANGELS.
      • 144. LONG LIFE.
      • 145. TEARS.
      • 146. MANNA.
      • 147. REVERENCE.
      • 148. MERCY.
      • 149. WAGES.
      • 150. TEMPTATION.
      • 151. GOD'S HANDS.
      • 152. LABOUR.
      • 153. MORA SPONSI, THE STAY OF THE BRIDEGROOM.
      • 154. ROARING.
      • 155. THE EUCHARIST.
      • 156. SIN SEVERELY PUNISHED.
      • 157. MONTES SCRIPTURARUM: THE MOUNTS OF THE SCRIPTURES.
      • 158. PRAYER.
      • 159. CHRIST'S SADNESS.
      • 160. GOD HEARS US.
      • 161. GOD.
      • 162. CLOUDS.
      • 163. COMFORTS IN CONTENTIONS.
      • 164. HEAVEN.
      • 165. GOD.
      • 166. HIS POWER.
      • 167. CHRIST'S WORDS ON THE CROSS: MY GOD, MY GOD.
      • 168. JEHOVAH.
      • 169. CONFUSION OF FACE.
      • 170. ANOTHER.
      • 171. BEGGARS.
      • 172. GOOD AND BAD.
      • 173. SIN.
      • 174. MARTHA, MARTHA.
      • 175. YOUTH AND AGE.
      • 176. GOD'S POWER.
      • 177. PARADISE.
      • 178. OBSERVATION.
      • 179. THE ASS.
      • 180. OBSERVATION.
      • 181. TAPERS.
      • 182. CHRIST'S BIRTH.
      • 183. THE VIRGIN MARY.
      • 184. ANOTHER.
      • 185. GOD.
      • 186. ANOTHER OF GOD.
      • 187. ANOTHER.
      • 188. GOD'S PRESENCE.
      • 189. GOD'S DWELLING.
      • 190. THE VIRGIN MARY.
      • 191. TO GOD.
      • 192. UPON WOMAN AND MARY.
      • 193. NORTH AND SOUTH.
      • 194. SABBATHS.
      • 195. THE FAST, OR LENT.
      • 196. SIN.
      • 197. GOD.
      • 198. THIS, AND THE NEXT WORLD.
      • 199. EASE.
      • 200. BEGINNINGS AND ENDINGS.
      • 201. TEMPORAL GOODS.
      • 202. HELL FIRE.
      • 203. ABEL'S BLOOD.
      • 204. ANOTHER.
      • 205. A POSITION IN THE HEBREW DIVINITY.
      • 206. PENITENCE.
      • 207. GOD'S PRESENCE.
      • 208. THE RESURRECTION POSSIBLE AND PROBABLE.
      • 209. CHRIST'S SUFFERING.
      • 210. SINNERS.
      • 211. TEMPTATIONS.
      • 212. PITY AND PUNISHMENT.
      • 213. GOD'S PRICE AND MAN'S PRICE.
      • 214. CHRIST'S ACTION.
      • 215. PREDESTINATION.
      • 216. ANOTHER.
      • 217. SIN.
      • 218. ANOTHER.
      • 219. ANOTHER.
      • 220. PRESCIENCE.
      • 221. CHRIST.
      • 222. CHRIST'S INCARNATION.
      • 223. HEAVEN.
      • 224. GOD'S KEYS
      • 225. SIN.
      • 226. ALMS.
      • 227. HELL FIRE.
      • 228. TO KEEP A TRUE LENT.
      • 229. NO TIME IN ETERNITY.
      • 230. HIS MEDITATION UPON DEATH.
      • 231. CLOTHES FOR CONTINUANCE.
      • 232. TO GOD.
      • 233. THE SOUL.
      • 234. THE JUDGMENT-DAY.
      • 235. SUFFERINGS.
      • 236. PAIN AND PLEASURE.
      • 237. GOD'S PRESENCE.
      • 238. ANOTHER.
      • 239. THE POOR MAN'S PART.
      • 240. THE RIGHT HAND.
      • 241. THE STAFF AND ROD.
      • 242. GOD SPARING IN SCOURGING.
      • 243. CONFESSION.
      • 244. GOD'S DESCENT.
      • 245. NO COMING TO GOD WITHOUT CHRIST.
      • 246. ANOTHER TO GOD.
      • 247. THE RESURRECTION.
      • 248. CO-HEIRS.
      • 249. THE NUMBER OF TWO.
      • 250. HARDENING OF HEARTS.
      • 251. THE ROSE.
      • 252. GOD'S TIME MUST END OUR TROUBLE.
      • 253. BAPTISM.
      • 254. GOLD AND FRANKINCENSE.
      • 255. TO GOD.
      • 256. THE CHEWING THE CUD.
      • 257. CHRIST'S TWOFOLD COMING.
      • 258. TO GOD, HIS GIFT.
      • 259. GOD'S ANGER.
      • 260. GOD'S COMMANDS.
      • 261. TO GOD.
      • 262. TO GOD.
      • 263. GOOD FRIDAY: REX TRAGICUS; OR, CHRIST GOING TO HIS CROSS.
      • 264. HIS WORDS TO CHRIST GOING TO THE CROSS.
      • 265. ANOTHER TO HIS SAVIOUR.
      • 266. HIS SAVIOUR'S WORDS GOING TO THE CROSS.
      • 267. HIS ANTHEM TO CHRIST ON THE CROSS.
      • 268.
      • 269. TO HIS SAVIOUR'S SEPULCHRE: HIS DEVOTION.
      • 270. HIS OFFERING, WITH THE REST, AT THE SEPULCHRE.
      • 271. HIS COMING TO THE SEPULCHRE.
    • 1. HIS CONFESSION.
    • 2. HIS PRAYER FOR ABSOLUTION.
    • 3. TO FIND GOD.
    • 4. WHAT GOD IS.
    • 5. UPON GOD.
    • 6. MERCY AND LOVE.
    • 7. GOD'S ANGER WITHOUT AFFECTION.
    • 8. GOD NOT TO BE COMPREHENDED.
    • 9. GOD'S PART.
    • 10. AFFLICTION.
    • 11. THREE FATAL SISTERS.
    • 12. SILENCE.
    • 13. MIRTH.
    • 14. LOADING AND UNLOADING.
    • 15. GOD'S MERCY.
    • 16. PRAYERS MUST HAVE POISE.
    • 17. TO GOD: AN ANTHEM SUNG IN THE CHAPEL AT WHITEHALL BEFORE THE KING.
    • 18. UPON GOD.
    • 19. CALLING AND CORRECTING.
    • 20. NO ESCAPING THE SCOURGING.
    • 21. THE ROD.
    • 22. GOD HAS A TWOFOLD PART.
    • 23. GOD IS ONE.
    • 24. PERSECUTIONS PROFITABLE.
    • 25. TO GOD.
    • 26. WHIPS.
    • 27. GOD'S PROVIDENCE.
    • 28. TEMPTATION.
    • 29. HIS EJACULATION TO GOD.
    • 30. GOD'S GIFTS NOT SOON GRANTED.
    • 31. PERSECUTIONS PURIFY.
    • 32. PARDON.
    • 33. AN ODE OF THE BIRTH OF OUR SAVIOUR.
    • 34. LIP-LABOUR.
    • 35. THE HEART.
    • 36. EARRINGS.
    • 37. SIN SEEN.
    • 38. UPON TIME.
    • 39. HIS PETITION.
    • 40. TO GOD.
    • 41. HIS LITANY TO THE HOLY SPIRIT.
    • 42. THANKSGIVING.
    • 43. COCK-CROW.
    • 44. ALL THINGS RUN WELL FOR THE RIGHTEOUS.
    • 45. PAIN ENDS IN PLEASURE.
    • 46. TO GOD.
    • 47. A THANKSGIVING TO GOD FOR HIS HOUSE.
    • 48. TO GOD.
    • 49. ANOTHER TO GOD.
    • 50. NONE TRULY HAPPY HERE.
    • 51. TO HIS EVER-LOVING GOD.
    • 52. ANOTHER.
    • 53. TO DEATH.
    • 54. NEUTRALITY LOATHSOME.
    • 55. WELCOME WHAT COMES.
    • 56. TO HIS ANGRY GOD.
    • 57. PATIENCE: OR, COMFORTS IN CROSSES.
    • 58. ETERNITY.
    • 59. TO HIS SAVIOUR, A CHILD: A PRESENT BY A CHILD.
    • 60. THE NEW-YEAR'S GIFT.
    • 61. TO GOD.
    • 62. GOD AND THE KING.
    • 63. GOD'S MIRTH: MAN'S MOURNING.
    • 64. HONOURS ARE HINDRANCES.
    • 65. THE PARASCEVE, OR PREPARATION.
    • 66. TO GOD.
    • 67. A WILL TO BE WORKING.
    • 68. CHRIST'S PART.
    • 69. RICHES AND POVERTY.
    • 70. SOBRIETY IN SEARCH.
    • 71. ALMS.
    • 72. TO HIS CONSCIENCE.
    • 73. TO HIS SAVIOUR.
    • 74. TO GOD.
    • 75. HIS DREAM.
    • 76. GOD'S BOUNTY.
    • 77. TO HIS SWEET SAVIOUR.
    • 78. HIS CREED.
    • 79. TEMPTATIONS.
    • 80. THE LAMP.
    • 81. SORROWS.
    • 82. PENITENCY.
    • 83. THE DIRGE OF JEPHTHAH'S DAUGHTER: SUNG BY THE VIRGINS.
    • 84. TO GOD: ON HIS SICKNESS.
    • 85. SINS LOATHED, AND YET LOVED.
    • 86. SIN.
    • 87. UPON GOD.
    • 88. FAITH.
    • 89. HUMILITY.
    • 90. TEARS.
    • 91. SIN AND STRIFE.
    • 92. AN ODE, OR PSALM TO GOD.
    • 93. GRACES FOR CHILDREN.
    • 94. GOD TO BE FIRST SERVED.
    • 95. ANOTHER GRACE FOR A CHILD.
    • 96. A CHRISTMAS CAROL SUNG TO THE KING IN THE PRESENCE AT WHITEHALL.
    • 97. THE NEW-YEAR'S GIFT: OR, CIRCUMCISION'S SONG. SUNG TO THE KING IN THE PRESENCE AT WHITEHALL.
    • 98. ANOTHER NEW-YEAR'S GIFT: OR, SONG FOR THE CIRCUMCISION.
    • 99. GOD'S PARDON.
    • 100. SIN.
    • 101. EVIL.
    • 102. THE STAR-SONG: A CAROL TO THE KING SUNG AT WHITEHALL.
    • 103. TO GOD.
    • 104. TO HIS DEAR GOD.
    • 105. TO GOD: HIS GOOD WILL.
    • 106. ON HEAVEN.
    • 107. THE SUM AND THE SATISFACTION.
    • 108. GOOD MEN AFFLICTED MOST.
    • 109. GOOD CHRISTIANS
    • 110. THE WILL THE CAUSE OF WOE.
    • 111. TO HEAVEN.
    • 112. THE RECOMPENSE.
    • 113. TO GOD.
    • 114. TO GOD.
    • 115. HIS WISH TO GOD.
    • 116. SATAN.
    • 117. HELL.
    • 118. THE WAY.
    • 119. GREAT GRIEF, GREAT GLORY.
    • 120. HELL.
    • 121. THE BELLMAN.
    • 122. THE GOODNESS OF HIS GOD.
    • 123. THE WIDOWS' TEARS: OR, DIRGE OF DORCAS.
    • 124. TO GOD IN TIME OF PLUNDERING.
    • 125. TO HIS SAVIOUR. THE NEW-YEAR'S GIFT.
    • 126. DOOMSDAY.
    • 127. THE POOR'S PORTION.
    • 128. THE WHITE ISLAND: OR, PLACE OF THE BLEST.
    • 129. TO CHRIST.
    • 130. TO GOD.
    • 131. FREE WELCOME.
    • 132. GOD'S GRACE.
    • 133. COMING TO CHRIST.
    • 134. CORRECTION.
    • 135. GOD'S BOUNTY.
    • 136. KNOWLEDGE.
    • 137. SALUTATION.
    • 138. LASCIVIOUSNESS.
    • 139. TEARS.
    • 140. GOD'S BLESSING.
    • 141. GOD, AND LORD.
    • 142. THE JUDGMENT-DAY.
    • 143. ANGELS.
    • 144. LONG LIFE.
    • 145. TEARS.
    • 146. MANNA.
    • 147. REVERENCE.
    • 148. MERCY.
    • 149. WAGES.
    • 150. TEMPTATION.
    • 151. GOD'S HANDS.
    • 152. LABOUR.
    • 153. MORA SPONSI, THE STAY OF THE BRIDEGROOM.
    • 154. ROARING.
    • 155. THE EUCHARIST.
    • 156. SIN SEVERELY PUNISHED.
    • 157. MONTES SCRIPTURARUM: THE MOUNTS OF THE SCRIPTURES.
    • 158. PRAYER.
    • 159. CHRIST'S SADNESS.
    • 160. GOD HEARS US.
    • 161. GOD.
    • 162. CLOUDS.
    • 163. COMFORTS IN CONTENTIONS.
    • 164. HEAVEN.
    • 165. GOD.
    • 166. HIS POWER.
    • 167. CHRIST'S WORDS ON THE CROSS: MY GOD, MY GOD.
    • 168. JEHOVAH.
    • 169. CONFUSION OF FACE.
    • 170. ANOTHER.
    • 171. BEGGARS.
    • 172. GOOD AND BAD.
    • 173. SIN.
    • 174. MARTHA, MARTHA.
    • 175. YOUTH AND AGE.
    • 176. GOD'S POWER.
    • 177. PARADISE.
    • 178. OBSERVATION.
    • 179. THE ASS.
    • 180. OBSERVATION.
    • 181. TAPERS.
    • 182. CHRIST'S BIRTH.
    • 183. THE VIRGIN MARY.
    • 184. ANOTHER.
    • 185. GOD.
    • 186. ANOTHER OF GOD.
    • 187. ANOTHER.
    • 188. GOD'S PRESENCE.
    • 189. GOD'S DWELLING.
    • 190. THE VIRGIN MARY.
    • 191. TO GOD.
    • 192. UPON WOMAN AND MARY.
    • 193. NORTH AND SOUTH.
    • 194. SABBATHS.
    • 195. THE FAST, OR LENT.
    • 196. SIN.
    • 197. GOD.
    • 198. THIS, AND THE NEXT WORLD.
    • 199. EASE.
    • 200. BEGINNINGS AND ENDINGS.
    • 201. TEMPORAL GOODS.
    • 202. HELL FIRE.
    • 203. ABEL'S BLOOD.
    • 204. ANOTHER.
    • 205. A POSITION IN THE HEBREW DIVINITY.
    • 206. PENITENCE.
    • 207. GOD'S PRESENCE.
    • 208. THE RESURRECTION POSSIBLE AND PROBABLE.
    • 209. CHRIST'S SUFFERING.
    • 210. SINNERS.
    • 211. TEMPTATIONS.
    • 212. PITY AND PUNISHMENT.
    • 213. GOD'S PRICE AND MAN'S PRICE.
    • 214. CHRIST'S ACTION.
    • 215. PREDESTINATION.
    • 216. ANOTHER.
    • 217. SIN.
    • 218. ANOTHER.
    • 219. ANOTHER.
    • 220. PRESCIENCE.
    • 221. CHRIST.
    • 222. CHRIST'S INCARNATION.
    • 223. HEAVEN.
    • 224. GOD'S KEYS
    • 225. SIN.
    • 226. ALMS.
    • 227. HELL FIRE.
    • 228. TO KEEP A TRUE LENT.
    • 229. NO TIME IN ETERNITY.
    • 230. HIS MEDITATION UPON DEATH.
    • 231. CLOTHES FOR CONTINUANCE.
    • 232. TO GOD.
    • 233. THE SOUL.
    • 234. THE JUDGMENT-DAY.
    • 235. SUFFERINGS.
    • 236. PAIN AND PLEASURE.
    • 237. GOD'S PRESENCE.
    • 238. ANOTHER.
    • 239. THE POOR MAN'S PART.
    • 240. THE RIGHT HAND.
    • 241. THE STAFF AND ROD.
    • 242. GOD SPARING IN SCOURGING.
    • 243. CONFESSION.
    • 244. GOD'S DESCENT.
    • 245. NO COMING TO GOD WITHOUT CHRIST.
    • 246. ANOTHER TO GOD.
    • 247. THE RESURRECTION.
    • 248. CO-HEIRS.
    • 249. THE NUMBER OF TWO.
    • 250. HARDENING OF HEARTS.
    • 251. THE ROSE.
    • 252. GOD'S TIME MUST END OUR TROUBLE.
    • 253. BAPTISM.
    • 254. GOLD AND FRANKINCENSE.
    • 255. TO GOD.
    • 256. THE CHEWING THE CUD.
    • 257. CHRIST'S TWOFOLD COMING.
    • 258. TO GOD, HIS GIFT.
    • 259. GOD'S ANGER.
    • 260. GOD'S COMMANDS.
    • 261. TO GOD.
    • 262. TO GOD.
    • 263. GOOD FRIDAY: REX TRAGICUS; OR, CHRIST GOING TO HIS CROSS.
    • 264. HIS WORDS TO CHRIST GOING TO THE CROSS.
    • 265. ANOTHER TO HIS SAVIOUR.
    • 266. HIS SAVIOUR'S WORDS GOING TO THE CROSS.
    • 267. HIS ANTHEM TO CHRIST ON THE CROSS.
    • 268.
    • 269. TO HIS SAVIOUR'S SEPULCHRE: HIS DEVOTION.
    • 270. HIS OFFERING, WITH THE REST, AT THE SEPULCHRE.
    • 271. HIS COMING TO THE SEPULCHRE.
    • POEMS NOT INCLUDED IN HESPERIDES.
      • THE DESCRIPTION OF A WOMAN.
      • MR. HERRICK: HIS DAUGHTER'S DOWRY.
      • MR. ROBERT HERRICK: HIS FAREWELL UNTO POETRY.
      • A CAROL PRESENTED TO DR. WILLIAMS, BISHOP OF LINCOLN AS A NEW-YEAR'S GIFT.
      • SONG. HIS MISTRESS TO HIM AT HIS FAREWELL.
      • UPON PARTING.
      • UPON MASTER FLETCHER'S INCOMPARABLE PLAYS.
      • THE NEW CHARON: Upon the Death of Henry, Lord Hastings.
      • EPITAPH ON THE TOMB OF SIR EDWARD GILES AND HIS WIFE IN THE SOUTH AISLE OF DEAN PRIOR CHURCH, DEVON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE DESCRIPTION OF A WOMAN.
    • MR. HERRICK: HIS DAUGHTER'S DOWRY.
    • MR. ROBERT HERRICK: HIS FAREWELL UNTO POETRY.
    • A CAROL PRESENTED TO DR. WILLIAMS, BISHOP OF LINCOLN AS A NEW-YEAR'S GIFT.
    • SONG. HIS MISTRESS TO HIM AT HIS FAREWELL.
    • UPON PARTING.
    • UPON MASTER FLETCHER'S INCOMPARABLE PLAYS.
    • THE NEW CHARON: Upon the Death of Henry, Lord Hastings.
    • EPITAPH ON THE TOMB OF SIR EDWARD GILES AND HIS WIFE IN THE SOUTH AISLE OF DEAN PRIOR CHURCH, DEVON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • NOTES.
    • NOTES.
    • NOBLE NUMBERS.
    • NOTES TO ADDITIONAL POEMS.
    • APPENDIX I. HERRICK'S POEMS IN WITTS RECREATIONS.
    • APPENDIX II. HERRICK'S FAIRY POEMS AND THE DESCRIPTION OF THE KING AND QUEENE OF FAYRIES PUBLISHED 1635.
    • APPENDIX III. POOR ROBIN'S ALMANACK.
    • INDEX TO PERSONS MENTIONED.
    • INDEX OF FIRST LINES.
    • APPENDIX OF EPIGRAMS, etc.
    • NOTE.
    • APPENDIX OF EPIGRAMS.
      • 5. [TO HIS BOOK.] ANOTHER.
      • 6. TO THE SOUR READER.
      • 41. THE VINE.
      • 64. ONCE POOR, STILL PENURIOUS.
      • 99. UPON BLANCH.
      • 109. UPON CUFFE. EPIG.
      • 110. UPON FONE A SCHOOLMASTER. EPIG.
      • 126. UPON SCOBBLE. EPIG.
      • 129. UPON GLASCO. EPIG.
      • 131. THE CUSTARD.
      • 135. UPON GRYLL.
      • 148. UPON STRUT.
      • 163. UPON JOLLY'S WIFE.
      • 171. UPON PAGGET.
      • 183. UPON PRIG.
      • 184. UPON BATT.
      • 188. UPON MUCH-MORE. EPIG.
      • 199. UPON LUGGS. EPIG.
      • 200. UPON GUBBS. EPIG.
      • 206. UPON BUNCE. EPIG.
      • 221. GREAT BOAST SMALL ROAST.
      • 222. UPON A BLEAR-EY'D WOMAN.
      • 233. NO LOCK AGAINST LETCHERY.
      • 237. UPON SUDDS, A LAUNDRESS.
      • 239. UPON GUESS. EPIG.
      • 242. UPON A CROOKED MAID.
      • 261. UPON GROYNES. EPIG.
      • 272. UPON PINK, AN ILL-FAC'D PAINTER. EPIG.
      • 273. UPON BROCK. EPIG.
      • 277. LAUGH AND LIE DOWN.
      • 292. UPON SHARK. EPIG.
      • 305. UPON BUNGY.
      • 311. UPON SNEAPE. EPIG.
      • 315. UPON LEECH.
      • 317. TO A MAID.
      • 326. UPON GREEDY. EPIG.
      • 357. LONG AND LAZY.
      • 358. UPON RALPH. EPIG.
      • 361. UPON MEASE. EPIG.
      • 363. UPON PASKE, A DRAPER.
      • 368. UPON PRIGG.
      • 369. UPON MOON.
      • 372. UPON SHIFT.
      • 373. UPON CUTS.
      • 374. GAIN AND GETTINGS.
      • 379. UPON DOLL. EPIG.
      • 380. UPON SKREW. EPIG.
      • 381. UPON LINNET. EPIG.
      • 385. UPON GLASS. EPIG.
      • 398. UPON EELES. EPIG.
      • 400. UPON RASP. EPIG.
      • 401. UPON CENTER, A SPECTACLE-MAKER WITH A FLAT NOSE.
      • 410. UPON SKINNS. EPIG.
      • 411. UPON PIEVISH. EPIG.
      • 412. UPON JOLLY AND JILLY. EPIG.
      • 419. UPON PATRICK, A FOOTMAN. EPIG.
      • 420. UPON BRIDGET. EPIG.
      • 424. UPON FLIMSEY. EPIG.
      • 425. UPON SHEWBREAD. EPIG.
      • 428. UPON ROOTS. EPIG.
      • 429. UPON CRAW.
      • 430. OBSERVATION.
      • 433. PUTREFACTION.
      • 434. PASSION.
      • 435. JACK AND JILL.
      • 436. UPON PARSON BEANES.
      • 438. SHORT AND LONG BOTH LIKES.
      • 440. UPON ROOK. EPIG.
      • 456. UPON SPUNGE. EPIG.
      • 464. UPON ONE WHO SAID SHE WAS ALWAYS YOUNG.
      • 465. UPON HUNCKS. EPIG.
      • 476. UPON A CHEAP LAUNDRESS. EPIG.
      • 482. UPON SKURF.
      • 500. UPON JACK AND JILL. EPIG.
      • 503. UPON PARRAT.
      • 514. KISSING AND BUSSING.
      • 520. UPON MAGGOT, A FREQUENTER OF ORDINARIES.
      • 533. ON JOAN.
      • 534. UPON LETCHER. EPIG.
      • 535. UPON DUNDRIGE.
      • 553. WAY IN A CROWD.
      • 557. UPON ONE-EY'D BROOMSTED. EPIG.
      • 563. UPON SIBILLA.
      • 570. UPON TOOLY.
      • 573. UPON BLANCH. EPIG.
      • 574. UPON UMBER.
      • 579. UPON URLES.
      • 580. UPON FRANCK.
      • 590. UPON A FREE MAID, WITH A FOUL BREATH.
      • 591. UPON COONE. EPIG.
      • 596. UPON SPALT.
      • 597. OF HORNE, A COMBMAKER.
      • 600. UPON A SOUR-BREATH LADY. EPIG.
      • 612. UPON COCK.
      • 632. UPON BRAN. EPIG.
      • 633. UPON SNARE, AN USURER.
      • 634. UPON GRUDGINGS.
      • 638. UPON GANDER. EPIG.
      • 639. UPON LUNGS. EPIG.
      • 650. UPON COB. EPIG.
      • 652. UPON SKOLES. EPIG.
      • 661. UPON JONE AND JANE.
      • 668. UPON ZELOT.
      • 670. UPON MADAM URSLY. EPIG.
      • 705. UPON TRIGG. EPIG.
      • 706. UPON SMEATON.
      • 714. LAXARE FIBULAM.
      • 730. UPON FRANCK.
      • 733. UPON PAUL. EPIG.
      • 734. UPON SIBB. EPIG.
      • 755. UPON SLOUCH.
      • 797. UPON BICE.
      • 798. UPON TRENCHERMAN.
      • 801. UPON COMELY, A GOOD SPEAKER BUT AN ILL SINGER. EPIG.
      • 802. ANY WAY FOR WEALTH.
      • 803. UPON AN OLD WOMAN.
      • 804. UPON PEARCH. EPIG.
      • 818. UPON LOACH.
      • 824. UPON NODES.
      • 831. UPON TAP.
      • 834. UPON PUNCHIN. EPIG.
      • 836. UPON BLINKS. EPIG.
      • 837. UPON ADAM PEAPES. EPIG.
      • 844. HANCH, A SCHOOLMASTER. EPIG.
      • 845. UPON PEASON. EPIG.
      • 880. KISSES LOATHSOME.
      • 881. UPON REAPE.
      • 882. UPON TEAGE.
      • 884. UPON TRUGGIN.
      • 886. UPON SPENKE.
      • 888. UPON LULLS.
      • 897. SURFEITS.
      • 898. UPON NIS.
      • 905. UPON PRICKLES. EPIG.
      • 945. UPON BLISSE.
      • 946. UPON BURR.
      • 947. UPON MEG.
      • 961. UPON RALPH.
      • 966. UPON VINEGAR.
      • 967. UPON MUDGE.
      • 971. UPON LUPES.
      • 972. RAGS.
      • 974. UPON TUBBS.
      • 984. UPON SPOKES.
      • 988. UPON FAUNUS.
      • 989. THE QUINTELL.
      • 999. UPON PENNY.
      • 1013. UPON BUGGINS.
      • 1027. UPON BOREMAN. EPIG.
      • 1068. UPON GORGONIUS.
      • 1079. UPON GRUBS.
      • 1080. UPON DOLL.
      • 1081. UPON HOG.
      • 1087. UPON GUT.
      • 1101. UPON SPUR.
      • 1108. UPON RUMP.
      • 1109. UPON SHOPTER.
      • 1110. UPON DEB.
      • 1112. UPON CROOT.
      • 1114. UPON FLOOD OR A THANKFUL MAN.
      • 1115. UPON PIMP.
      • 1116. UPON LUSK.
      • 1117. FOOLISHNESS.
      • 1118. UPON RUSH.
      • 1124. THE HAG.
    • 5. [TO HIS BOOK.] ANOTHER.
    • 6. TO THE SOUR READER.
    • 41. THE VINE.
    • 64. ONCE POOR, STILL PENURIOUS.
    • 99. UPON BLANCH.
    • 109. UPON CUFFE. EPIG.
    • 110. UPON FONE A SCHOOLMASTER. EPIG.
    • 126. UPON SCOBBLE. EPIG.
    • 129. UPON GLASCO. EPIG.
    • 131. THE CUSTARD.
    • 135. UPON GRYLL.
    • 148. UPON STRUT.
    • 163. UPON JOLLY'S WIFE.
    • 171. UPON PAGGET.
    • 183. UPON PRIG.
    • 184. UPON BATT.
    • 188. UPON MUCH-MORE. EPIG.
    • 199. UPON LUGGS. EPIG.
    • 200. UPON GUBBS. EPIG.
    • 206. UPON BUNCE. EPIG.
    • 221. GREAT BOAST SMALL ROAST.
    • 222. UPON A BLEAR-EY'D WOMAN.
    • 233. NO LOCK AGAINST LETCHERY.
    • 237. UPON SUDDS, A LAUNDRESS.
    • 239. UPON GUESS. EPIG.
    • 242. UPON A CROOKED MAID.
    • 261. UPON GROYNES. EPIG.
    • 272. UPON PINK, AN ILL-FAC'D PAINTER. EPIG.
    • 273. UPON BROCK. EPIG.
    • 277. LAUGH AND LIE DOWN.
    • 292. UPON SHARK. EPIG.
    • 305. UPON BUNGY.
    • 311. UPON SNEAPE. EPIG.
    • 315. UPON LEECH.
    • 317. TO A MAID.
    • 326. UPON GREEDY. EPIG.
    • 357. LONG AND LAZY.
    • 358. UPON RALPH. EPIG.
    • 361. UPON MEASE. EPIG.
    • 363. UPON PASKE, A DRAPER.
    • 368. UPON PRIGG.
    • 369. UPON MOON.
    • 372. UPON SHIFT.
    • 373. UPON CUTS.
    • 374. GAIN AND GETTINGS.
    • 379. UPON DOLL. EPIG.
    • 380. UPON SKREW. EPIG.
    • 381. UPON LINNET. EPIG.
    • 385. UPON GLASS. EPIG.
    • 398. UPON EELES. EPIG.
    • 400. UPON RASP. EPIG.
    • 401. UPON CENTER, A SPECTACLE-MAKER WITH A FLAT NOSE.
    • 410. UPON SKINNS. EPIG.
    • 411. UPON PIEVISH. EPIG.
    • 412. UPON JOLLY AND JILLY. EPIG.
    • 419. UPON PATRICK, A FOOTMAN. EPIG.
    • 420. UPON BRIDGET. EPIG.
    • 424. UPON FLIMSEY. EPIG.
    • 425. UPON SHEWBREAD. EPIG.
    • 428. UPON ROOTS. EPIG.
    • 429. UPON CRAW.
    • 430. OBSERVATION.
    • 433. PUTREFACTION.
    • 434. PASSION.
    • 435. JACK AND JILL.
    • 436. UPON PARSON BEANES.
    • 438. SHORT AND LONG BOTH LIKES.
    • 440. UPON ROOK. EPIG.
    • 456. UPON SPUNGE. EPIG.
    • 464. UPON ONE WHO SAID SHE WAS ALWAYS YOUNG.
    • 465. UPON HUNCKS. EPIG.
    • 476. UPON A CHEAP LAUNDRESS. EPIG.
    • 482. UPON SKURF.
    • 500. UPON JACK AND JILL. EPIG.
    • 503. UPON PARRAT.
    • 514. KISSING AND BUSSING.
    • 520. UPON MAGGOT, A FREQUENTER OF ORDINARIES.
    • 533. ON JOAN.
    • 534. UPON LETCHER. EPIG.
    • 535. UPON DUNDRIGE.
    • 553. WAY IN A CROWD.
    • 557. UPON ONE-EY'D BROOMSTED. EPIG.
    • 563. UPON SIBILLA.
    • 570. UPON TOOLY.
    • 573. UPON BLANCH. EPIG.
    • 574. UPON UMBER.
    • 579. UPON URLES.
    • 580. UPON FRANCK.
    • 590. UPON A FREE MAID, WITH A FOUL BREATH.
    • 591. UPON COONE. EPIG.
    • 596. UPON SPALT.
    • 597. OF HORNE, A COMBMAKER.
    • 600. UPON A SOUR-BREATH LADY. EPIG.
    • 612. UPON COCK.
    • 632. UPON BRAN. EPIG.
    • 633. UPON SNARE, AN USURER.
    • 634. UPON GRUDGINGS.
    • 638. UPON GANDER. EPIG.
    • 639. UPON LUNGS. EPIG.
    • 650. UPON COB. EPIG.
    • 652. UPON SKOLES. EPIG.
    • 661. UPON JONE AND JANE.
    • 668. UPON ZELOT.
    • 670. UPON MADAM URSLY. EPIG.
    • 705. UPON TRIGG. EPIG.
    • 706. UPON SMEATON.
    • 714. LAXARE FIBULAM.
    • 730. UPON FRANCK.
    • 733. UPON PAUL. EPIG.
    • 734. UPON SIBB. EPIG.
    • 755. UPON SLOUCH.
    • 797. UPON BICE.
    • 798. UPON TRENCHERMAN.
    • 801. UPON COMELY, A GOOD SPEAKER BUT AN ILL SINGER. EPIG.
    • 802. ANY WAY FOR WEALTH.
    • 803. UPON AN OLD WOMAN.
    • 804. UPON PEARCH. EPIG.
    • 818. UPON LOACH.
    • 824. UPON NODES.
    • 831. UPON TAP.
    • 834. UPON PUNCHIN. EPIG.
    • 836. UPON BLINKS. EPIG.
    • 837. UPON ADAM PEAPES. EPIG.
    • 844. HANCH, A SCHOOLMASTER. EPIG.
    • 845. UPON PEASON. EPIG.
    • 880. KISSES LOATHSOME.
    • 881. UPON REAPE.
    • 882. UPON TEAGE.
    • 884. UPON TRUGGIN.
    • 886. UPON SPENKE.
    • 888. UPON LULLS.
    • 897. SURFEITS.
    • 898. UPON NIS.
    • 905. UPON PRICKLES. EPIG.
    • 945. UPON BLISSE.
    • 946. UPON BURR.
    • 947. UPON MEG.
    • 961. UPON RALPH.
    • 966. UPON VINEGAR.
    • 967. UPON MUDGE.
    • 971. UPON LUPES.
    • 972. RAGS.
    • 974. UPON TUBBS.
    • 984. UPON SPOKES.
    • 988. UPON FAUNUS.
    • 989. THE QUINTELL.
    • 999. UPON PENNY.
    • 1013. UPON BUGGINS.
    • 1027. UPON BOREMAN. EPIG.
    • 1068. UPON GORGONIUS.
    • 1079. UPON GRUBS.
    • 1080. UPON DOLL.
    • 1081. UPON HOG.
    • 1087. UPON GUT.
    • 1101. UPON SPUR.
    • 1108. UPON RUMP.
    • 1109. UPON SHOPTER.
    • 1110. UPON DEB.
    • 1112. UPON CROOT.
    • 1114. UPON FLOOD OR A THANKFUL MAN.
    • 1115. UPON PIMP.
    • 1116. UPON LUSK.
    • 1117. FOOLISHNESS.
    • 1118. UPON RUSH.
    • 1124. THE HAG.
    • NOTES TO APPENDIX.
    • INDEX OF FIRST LINES.
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