Minor Poets of the Caroline Period, Vol III
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Minor Poets of the Caroline Period, Vol III

By John Cleveland, Thomas Flatman, Henry Churchill King, Thomas Stanley, Nathaniel Whiting
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Table of Contents
  • Transcriber's Note
  • MINOR POETS OF THE CAROLINE PERIOD
    • PREFATORY NOTE
    • CONTENTS
    • POEMS
    • J. Cleaveland Revived:
    • Clievelandi Vindiciæ;
    • INTRODUCTION TO JOHN CLEVELAND.
    • CONTENTS
    • Preface of Cleaveland Revived To the Discerning Reader.
    • The Stationer to the Reader.
    • 〈Prefixed to Clievelandi Vindiciae, 16771〉 To the Right Worshipful and Reverend Francis Turner, D.D., Master of St. John's College in Cambridge, and to the Worthy Fellows of the same College.
    • POEMS.
      • To the State of Love. Or the Senses' Festival.
      • The Hecatomb to his Mistress.
      • Upon Sir Thomas Martin,
      • On the memory of Mr. Edward King, drowned in the Irish Seas.
      • Upon an Hermaphrodite.
      • The Author's Hermaphrodite.
      • *To the Hectors, upon the unfortunate death of H. Compton.
      • Square-Cap.
      • Upon Phillis walking in a morning before sun-rising.
      • Upon a Miser that made a great feast, and the next day died for grief.
      • A Young Man to an Old Woman courting him.
      • To Mrs. K. T.
      • A Fair Nymph scorning a Black Boy courting her.
      • A Dialogue between two Zealots upon the &c. in the Oath.
      • Smectymnuus, or the Club-Divines.
      • The Mixed Assembly.
      • The King's Disguise.
      • The Rebel Scot.
      • The Scots' Apostasy.
      • Rupertismus.
      • Epitaph on the Earl of Strafford.
      • An Elegy upon the Archbishop of Canterbury.
      • *On I. W. A. B. of York.
      • Mark Antony.
      • The Author's Mock Song to Mark Antony.
      • How the Commencement grows new.
      • The Hue and Cry after Sir John Presbyter.
      • The Antiplatonic.
      • Fuscara, or the Bee Errant.
      • *An Elegy upon Doctor Chad[d]erton, the first Master of Emanuel College in Cambridge, being above an hundred years old when he died.
      • *Mary's Spikenard.
      • To Julia to expedite her Promise.
    • To the State of Love. Or the Senses' Festival.
    • The Hecatomb to his Mistress.
    • Upon Sir Thomas Martin,
    • On the memory of Mr. Edward King, drowned in the Irish Seas.
    • Upon an Hermaphrodite.
    • The Author's Hermaphrodite.
    • *To the Hectors, upon the unfortunate death of H. Compton.
    • Square-Cap.
    • Upon Phillis walking in a morning before sun-rising.
    • Upon a Miser that made a great feast, and the next day died for grief.
    • A Young Man to an Old Woman courting him.
    • To Mrs. K. T.
    • A Fair Nymph scorning a Black Boy courting her.
    • A Dialogue between two Zealots upon the &c. in the Oath.
    • Smectymnuus, or the Club-Divines.
    • The Mixed Assembly.
    • The King's Disguise.
    • The Rebel Scot.
    • The Scots' Apostasy.
    • Rupertismus.
    • Epitaph on the Earl of Strafford.
    • An Elegy upon the Archbishop of Canterbury.
    • *On I. W. A. B. of York.
    • Mark Antony.
    • The Author's Mock Song to Mark Antony.
    • How the Commencement grows new.
    • The Hue and Cry after Sir John Presbyter.
    • The Antiplatonic.
    • Fuscara, or the Bee Errant.
    • *An Elegy upon Doctor Chad[d]erton, the first Master of Emanuel College in Cambridge, being above an hundred years old when he died.
    • *Mary's Spikenard.
    • To Julia to expedite her Promise.
    • Poems in 1677 but not in 1653.
      • Upon Princess Elizabeth, born the night before New Year's Day.
      • The General Eclipse.
      • Upon the King's Return from Scotland.
    • Upon Princess Elizabeth, born the night before New Year's Day.
    • The General Eclipse.
    • Upon the King's Return from Scotland.
    • Poems certainly or almost certainly Cleveland's but not included in 1653 or 1677.
    • Poems certainly or almost certainly Cleveland's but not included in 1653 or 1677.
      • An Elegy on Ben Jonson.
      • News from Newcastle:
        • Upon the Coal-pits about Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
      • Upon the Coal-pits about Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
      • An Elegy upon King Charles the First, murdered publicly by his Subjects.
    • An Elegy on Ben Jonson.
    • News from Newcastle:
      • Upon the Coal-pits about Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
    • Upon the Coal-pits about Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
    • An Elegy upon King Charles the First, murdered publicly by his Subjects.
    • POEMS
    • POEMS,
    • INTRODUCTION TO THOMAS STANLEY
    • CONTENTS
    • POEMS NOT PRINTED AFTER 1647
      • Despair.
      • The Picture.
      • Opinion.
    • Despair.
    • The Picture.
    • Opinion.
    • POEMS PRINTED IN 1647 AND REPRINTED IN 1656 BUT NOT IN 1651
      • The Dream.
      • To Chariessa, beholding herself in a Glass.
      • The Blush.
      • The Cold Kiss.
      • The Idolater.
      • The Magnet.
      • On a Violet in her Breast.
      • Song.
      • The Parting.
      • Counsel.
      • Expostulation with Love in Despair.
      • Song.
      • Expectation.
    • The Dream.
    • To Chariessa, beholding herself in a Glass.
    • The Blush.
    • The Cold Kiss.
    • The Idolater.
    • The Magnet.
    • On a Violet in her Breast.
    • Song.
    • The Parting.
    • Counsel.
    • Expostulation with Love in Despair.
    • Song.
    • Expectation.
    • 1651 POEMS
      • THE DEDICATION
    • THE DEDICATION
    • POEMS
      • The Glow-worm.
      • The Breath.
      • Desiring her to burn his Verses.
      • The Night.
        • A DIALOGUE.
      • A DIALOGUE.
      • Excuse for wishing her less Fair.
      • Chang'd, yet Constant.
      • The Self-deceiver.
        • MONTALVAN.
      • MONTALVAN.
      • The Cure.
      • Celia Singing.
      • A la Mesme.
      • The Return.
      • Song.
      • The Sick Lover.
        • GUARINI.
      • GUARINI.
      • Song.
      • Song.
      • Delay.
      • Commanded by his Mistress to woo for her.
        • MARINO.
      • MARINO.
      • The Repulse.
      • The Tomb.
      • The Enjoyment.
        • ST.-AMANT.
      • ST.-AMANT.
      • To Celia Pleading Want of Merit.
      • Love's Innocence.
      • The Bracelet.
        • TRISTAN.
      • TRISTAN.
      • The Kiss.
      • Apollo and Daphne.
        • GARCILASSO MARINO.
      • GARCILASSO MARINO.
      • Speaking and Kissing.
      • The Snow-ball.
      • The Deposition.
      • To his Mistress in Absence.
        • TASSO.
      • TASSO.
      • Love's Heretic.
      • La Belle Confidente.
      • La Belle Ennemie.
      • The Dream.
        • LOPE DE VEGA.
      • LOPE DE VEGA.
      • To the Lady D.
      • Love Deposed.
      • The Divorce.
      • Time Recovered.
        • CASONE.
      • CASONE.
      • The Bracelet.
      • The Farewell.
      • Claim to Love.
        • GUARINI.
      • GUARINI.
      • To his Mistress, who dreamed he was wounded.
        • GUARINI.
      • GUARINI.
      • The Exchange.
        • DIALOGUE.
      • DIALOGUE.
      • Unaltered by Sickness.
      • On his Mistress's Death.
        • PETRARCH.
      • PETRARCH.
      • The Exequies.
      • The Silkworm.
      • A Lady Weeping.
        • MONTALVAN.
      • MONTALVAN.
      • Ambition.
      • Song.
      • The Revenge.
        • RONSARD.
      • RONSARD.
      • Song.
      • Song.
      • To a Blind Man in Love.
        • MARINO.
      • MARINO.
      • Answer.
      • Song.
      • The Loss.
      • The Self-Cruel.
      • Song.
      • Answer.
      • The Relapse.
      • To the Countess of S. with the Holy Court.
      • Song.
        • DE VOITURE.
      • DE VOITURE.
      • Drawn for Valentine by the L. D. S.
      • The Modest Wish.
        • BARCLAY.
      • BARCLAY.
      • E Catalectis Vet[erum] Poet[arum]
      • On the Edition of Mr. Fletcher's Works.
      • To Mr. W. Hammond.
      • On Mr. Shirley's Poems.
      • On Mr. Sherburn's Translation of Seneca's Medea, and Vindication of the Author.
      • On Mr. Hall's Essays.
      • On S[ir] J[ohn] S[uckling], his Picture and Poems.
      • The Union.
        • Μία ψυχὴ δύο σώματα. BY MR. WILLIAM FAIRFAX.
      • Μία ψυχὴ δύο σώματα. BY MR. WILLIAM FAIRFAX.
      • Answer.
      • Pythagoras, his Moral Rules.
      • FINIS.
    • The Glow-worm.
    • The Breath.
    • Desiring her to burn his Verses.
    • The Night.
      • A DIALOGUE.
    • A DIALOGUE.
    • Excuse for wishing her less Fair.
    • Chang'd, yet Constant.
    • The Self-deceiver.
      • MONTALVAN.
    • MONTALVAN.
    • The Cure.
    • Celia Singing.
    • A la Mesme.
    • The Return.
    • Song.
    • The Sick Lover.
      • GUARINI.
    • GUARINI.
    • Song.
    • Song.
    • Delay.
    • Commanded by his Mistress to woo for her.
      • MARINO.
    • MARINO.
    • The Repulse.
    • The Tomb.
    • The Enjoyment.
      • ST.-AMANT.
    • ST.-AMANT.
    • To Celia Pleading Want of Merit.
    • Love's Innocence.
    • The Bracelet.
      • TRISTAN.
    • TRISTAN.
    • The Kiss.
    • Apollo and Daphne.
      • GARCILASSO MARINO.
    • GARCILASSO MARINO.
    • Speaking and Kissing.
    • The Snow-ball.
    • The Deposition.
    • To his Mistress in Absence.
      • TASSO.
    • TASSO.
    • Love's Heretic.
    • La Belle Confidente.
    • La Belle Ennemie.
    • The Dream.
      • LOPE DE VEGA.
    • LOPE DE VEGA.
    • To the Lady D.
    • Love Deposed.
    • The Divorce.
    • Time Recovered.
      • CASONE.
    • CASONE.
    • The Bracelet.
    • The Farewell.
    • Claim to Love.
      • GUARINI.
    • GUARINI.
    • To his Mistress, who dreamed he was wounded.
      • GUARINI.
    • GUARINI.
    • The Exchange.
      • DIALOGUE.
    • DIALOGUE.
    • Unaltered by Sickness.
    • On his Mistress's Death.
      • PETRARCH.
    • PETRARCH.
    • The Exequies.
    • The Silkworm.
    • A Lady Weeping.
      • MONTALVAN.
    • MONTALVAN.
    • Ambition.
    • Song.
    • The Revenge.
      • RONSARD.
    • RONSARD.
    • Song.
    • Song.
    • To a Blind Man in Love.
      • MARINO.
    • MARINO.
    • Answer.
    • Song.
    • The Loss.
    • The Self-Cruel.
    • Song.
    • Answer.
    • The Relapse.
    • To the Countess of S. with the Holy Court.
    • Song.
      • DE VOITURE.
    • DE VOITURE.
    • Drawn for Valentine by the L. D. S.
    • The Modest Wish.
      • BARCLAY.
    • BARCLAY.
    • E Catalectis Vet[erum] Poet[arum]
    • On the Edition of Mr. Fletcher's Works.
    • To Mr. W. Hammond.
    • On Mr. Shirley's Poems.
    • On Mr. Sherburn's Translation of Seneca's Medea, and Vindication of the Author.
    • On Mr. Hall's Essays.
    • On S[ir] J[ohn] S[uckling], his Picture and Poems.
    • The Union.
      • Μία ψυχὴ δύο σώματα. BY MR. WILLIAM FAIRFAX.
    • Μία ψυχὴ δύο σώματα. BY MR. WILLIAM FAIRFAX.
    • Answer.
    • Pythagoras, his Moral Rules.
    • FINIS.
    • POEMS APPEARING ONLY IN THE EDITION OF 1656
    • POEMS,
    • INTRODUCTION TO HENRY KING.
    • Table of Contents.
    • The Publishers to the Author.
    • POEMS
      • Sonnet. The Double Rock.
      • The Vow-Breaker.
      • Upon a Table-Book presented to a Lady.
      • To the same Lady upon Mr. Burton's Melancholy.
      • The Farewell.
        • Splendidis longùm valedico nugis.
      • Splendidis longùm valedico nugis.
      • A Blackmoor Maid wooing a fair Boy: sent to the Author by Mr. Hen. Rainolds.
      • The Boy's Answer to the Blackmoor.
      • To a Friend upon Overbury's Wife given to her.
      • Upon the same.
      • To A. R. upon the same.
      • An Epitaph on Niobe turned to Stone.
      • Upon a Braid of Hair in a Heart sent by Mrs. E. H.
      • Sonnet.
      • Sonnet.
      • Sonnet.
      • Sonnet. To Patience.
      • Silence. A Sonnet.
      • Love's Harvest.
      • The Forlorn Hope.
      • The Retreat.
      • Sonnet.
      • Sonnet.
      • Sonnet.
      • Sonnet.
      • To a Lady who sent me a copy of verses at my going to bed.
      • To his Friends of Christ Church upon the mislike of the Marriage of the Arts acted at Woodstock.
      • The Surrender.
      • The Legacy.
      • The Short Wooing.
      • St. Valentine's Day
      • To his unconstant Friend.
      • Madam Gabrina, Or the Ill-favour'd Choice.
      • The Defence.
      • To One demanding why Wine sparkles.
      • Upon the King's happy return from Scotland.
      • To the Queen at Oxford.
      • A Salutation of His Majesty's ship The Sovereign.
      • An Epitaph on his most honoured friend, Richard, Earl of Dorset.
      • The Exequy.
      • The Anniverse. An Elegy.
      • On Two Children, dying of one disease, and buried in one grave.
      • A Letter.
      • An Acknowledgement.
      • The Acquittance.
      • The Forfeiture.
      • The Departure. An Elegy.
      • Paradox.
        • That it is best for a Young Maid to marry an Old Man.
      • That it is best for a Young Maid to marry an Old Man.
      • Paradox.
        • That Fruition destroys Love.
      • That Fruition destroys Love.
      • The Change.
        • El sabio muda conscio: El loco persevera.
      • El sabio muda conscio: El loco persevera.
      • To my Sister Anne King, who chid me in verse for being angry.
      • An Elegy upon the immature loss of the most vertuous Lady Anne Rich.
      • An Elegy upon Mrs. Kirk, unfortunately drowned in Thames.
      • An Elegy upon the death of Mr. Edward Holt.
      • To my dead friend Ben. Jonson.
      • An Elegy upon Prince Henry's death
      • An Elegy upon S. W. R.
      • An Elegy upon the L. Bishop of London, John King.
      • Upon the death of my ever desired friend, Doctor Donne, Dean of Paul's.
      • An Elegy upon the most victorious King of Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus.
      • To my Noble and Judicious Friend Sir Henry Blount upon his Voyage.
      • To my honoured Friend Mr. George Sandys.
      • The Woes of Esay.
      • An Essay on Death and a Prison.
      • The Labyrinth.
      • Being waked out of my sleep by a snuff of candle which offended me, I thus thought.
      • Sic Vita.
        • King and Beaumont.
        • Wastell.
        • Quarles.
        • Browne.
        • Strode.
      • King and Beaumont.
      • Wastell.
      • Quarles.
      • Browne.
      • Strode.
      • My Midnight Meditation.
      • A Penitential Hymn.
      • An Elegy occasioned by Sickness.
      • The Dirge.
      • An Elegy, occasioned by the loss of the most incomparable Lady Stanhope, daughter to the Earl of Northumberland.
    • Sonnet. The Double Rock.
    • The Vow-Breaker.
    • Upon a Table-Book presented to a Lady.
    • To the same Lady upon Mr. Burton's Melancholy.
    • The Farewell.
      • Splendidis longùm valedico nugis.
    • Splendidis longùm valedico nugis.
    • A Blackmoor Maid wooing a fair Boy: sent to the Author by Mr. Hen. Rainolds.
    • The Boy's Answer to the Blackmoor.
    • To a Friend upon Overbury's Wife given to her.
    • Upon the same.
    • To A. R. upon the same.
    • An Epitaph on Niobe turned to Stone.
    • Upon a Braid of Hair in a Heart sent by Mrs. E. H.
    • Sonnet.
    • Sonnet.
    • Sonnet.
    • Sonnet. To Patience.
    • Silence. A Sonnet.
    • Love's Harvest.
    • The Forlorn Hope.
    • The Retreat.
    • Sonnet.
    • Sonnet.
    • Sonnet.
    • Sonnet.
    • To a Lady who sent me a copy of verses at my going to bed.
    • To his Friends of Christ Church upon the mislike of the Marriage of the Arts acted at Woodstock.
    • The Surrender.
    • The Legacy.
    • The Short Wooing.
    • St. Valentine's Day
    • To his unconstant Friend.
    • Madam Gabrina, Or the Ill-favour'd Choice.
    • The Defence.
    • To One demanding why Wine sparkles.
    • Upon the King's happy return from Scotland.
    • To the Queen at Oxford.
    • A Salutation of His Majesty's ship The Sovereign.
    • An Epitaph on his most honoured friend, Richard, Earl of Dorset.
    • The Exequy.
    • The Anniverse. An Elegy.
    • On Two Children, dying of one disease, and buried in one grave.
    • A Letter.
    • An Acknowledgement.
    • The Acquittance.
    • The Forfeiture.
    • The Departure. An Elegy.
    • Paradox.
      • That it is best for a Young Maid to marry an Old Man.
    • That it is best for a Young Maid to marry an Old Man.
    • Paradox.
      • That Fruition destroys Love.
    • That Fruition destroys Love.
    • The Change.
      • El sabio muda conscio: El loco persevera.
    • El sabio muda conscio: El loco persevera.
    • To my Sister Anne King, who chid me in verse for being angry.
    • An Elegy upon the immature loss of the most vertuous Lady Anne Rich.
    • An Elegy upon Mrs. Kirk, unfortunately drowned in Thames.
    • An Elegy upon the death of Mr. Edward Holt.
    • To my dead friend Ben. Jonson.
    • An Elegy upon Prince Henry's death
    • An Elegy upon S. W. R.
    • An Elegy upon the L. Bishop of London, John King.
    • Upon the death of my ever desired friend, Doctor Donne, Dean of Paul's.
    • An Elegy upon the most victorious King of Sweden, Gustavus Adolphus.
    • To my Noble and Judicious Friend Sir Henry Blount upon his Voyage.
    • To my honoured Friend Mr. George Sandys.
    • The Woes of Esay.
    • An Essay on Death and a Prison.
    • The Labyrinth.
    • Being waked out of my sleep by a snuff of candle which offended me, I thus thought.
    • Sic Vita.
      • King and Beaumont.
      • Wastell.
      • Quarles.
      • Browne.
      • Strode.
    • King and Beaumont.
    • Wastell.
    • Quarles.
    • Browne.
    • Strode.
    • My Midnight Meditation.
    • A Penitential Hymn.
    • An Elegy occasioned by Sickness.
    • The Dirge.
    • An Elegy, occasioned by the loss of the most incomparable Lady Stanhope, daughter to the Earl of Northumberland.
    • Poems not included in the Edition of 1657 but added in reissue of 1664
    • Poems not included in the Edition of 1657 but added in reissue of 1664
      • An Elegy upon my best friend, L. K. C.
      • On the Earl of Essex.
      • An Elegy on Sir Charles Lucas and Sir George Lisle.
      • An Elegy upon the most Incomparable King Charles the First.
    • An Elegy upon my best friend, L. K. C.
    • On the Earl of Essex.
    • An Elegy on Sir Charles Lucas and Sir George Lisle.
    • An Elegy upon the most Incomparable King Charles the First.
    • Poems in Manuscript.
      • A Second Elegy on the Countess of Leinster.
      • Epigrams.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • Upon the Untimely Death of J. K., first born of HK.
      • The Complaint.
      • On his Shadow
      • Wishes to my Son, John,
      • A Contemplation upon Flowers.
    • A Second Elegy on the Countess of Leinster.
    • Epigrams.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • Upon the Untimely Death of J. K., first born of HK.
    • The Complaint.
    • On his Shadow
    • Wishes to my Son, John,
    • A Contemplation upon Flowers.
    • POEMS
    • INTRODUCTION TO THOMAS FLATMAN.
    • TO HIS
    • To the Reader.
      • On the Excellent Poems of my most Worthy Friend, Mr. Thomas Flatman.
      • To my Friend Mr Thomas Flatman, upon the Publication of his Poems.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • To my Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman, on the Publishing of these his Poems.
      • To his esteemed Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman, Upon the Publishing of his Poems.
      • To my Worthy Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman, Upon the Publishing of his Poems.
      • To the Author on his excellent Poems.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • To my dear Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman, Upon the Publication of his Poems.
        • Pindaric Ode.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
      • Pindaric Ode.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
    • On the Excellent Poems of my most Worthy Friend, Mr. Thomas Flatman.
    • To my Friend Mr Thomas Flatman, upon the Publication of his Poems.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • To my Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman, on the Publishing of these his Poems.
    • To his esteemed Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman, Upon the Publishing of his Poems.
    • To my Worthy Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman, Upon the Publishing of his Poems.
    • To the Author on his excellent Poems.
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      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • To my dear Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman, Upon the Publication of his Poems.
      • Pindaric Ode.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
    • Pindaric Ode.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • Commendatory Poems
    • Advertisement to the Reader.
      • To his Worthy Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman on the publishing of his Poems.
        • I.
        • II.
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        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
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      • II.
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      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
    • To his Worthy Friend Mr. Thomas Flatman on the publishing of his Poems.
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      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
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    • II.
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    • VI.
    • The Contents.
    • POEMS.
      • On the Death of the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Ossory.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • To the Memory of the Incomparable Orinda.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • The Review.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
        • IX.
        • X.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • To my Reverend Friend, Dr. Sam. Woodford, On his Excellent Version of the Psalms.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • On the Death of the truly valiant George Duke of Albemarle.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • The Retirement.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • Translated out of a Part of Petronius Arbiter's Satyricon.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
        • IX.
        • X.
        • XI.
        • XII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • XI.
      • XII.
      • A Thought of Death.
      • Psalm xxxix. Vers. 4, 5.
        • Verse IV.
        • Verse V.
      • Verse IV.
      • Verse V.
      • Hymn for the Morning.
      • Anthem for the Evening.
      • Death.
      • The Happy Man.
      • On Mr. Johnson's Several Shipwrecks.
      • An Explanation of an Emblem Engraven by V. H.
      • For Thoughts.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • Against Thoughts.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • A Dooms-Day Thought.
      • Virtus sola manet, caetera mortis erunt.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • Translated.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • Psalm xv. Paraphrased.
        • Verse I.
        • Verse II.
        • Verse III.
        • Verse IV.
        • Verse V.
      • Verse I.
      • Verse II.
      • Verse III.
      • Verse IV.
      • Verse V.
      • Job.
      • Nudus Redibo.
      • An Elegy on the Earl of Sandwich.
      • An Epitaph on the Earl of Sandwich.
      • Pastoral.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
        • IX.
        • X.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • On the Death of Mr. Pelham Humfries.
      • The Mistake.
      • The Incredulous.
      • Weeping at Parting.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • The Desperate Lover.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • The Fatigue.
      • The Resolve.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • Love's Bravo.
      • The Expectation.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • Coridon Converted.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • The Humourist.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • Fading Beauty.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • A Dialogue.
      • A Dialogue.
      • The Bachelor's Song.
      • The Second Part.
      • An Appeal to Cats in the business of Love.
      • Advice to an Old Man of sixty-three, about to Marry a Girl of sixteen.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • The Slight.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • The Penitent.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • The Defiance.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • The Surrender.
      • The Whim.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • The Renegado.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • Phyllis withdrawn.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • The Malecontent.
      • The Indifferent.
      • The Harbour.
      • The Unconcerned.
      • The Immovable.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • The Wish.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • The Cordial. In the year 1657.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • Celadon on Delia singing.
      • The Advice.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • To Mr. Sam. Austin of Wadham Coll. Oxon, On his most unintelligible Poems.
      • To my ingenious Friend Mr. William Faithorne on his Book of Drawing, Etching, and Graving.
      • On the Commentaries of Messire Blaize de Montluc.
      • A Character of a Belly-God.
      • The Disappointed.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • On Mrs. E. Montague's Blushing in the Cross-Bath.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • Il Infido.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • Il Immaturo.
      • On Mrs. Dove, Wife to the Reverend Dr. Henry Dove.
      • Lucretius.
      • Paraphrased.
      • On the Eminent Dr. Edward Browne's Travels.
      • On Poverty.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • Urania to her Friend Parthenissa.
      • On the Death of the Earl of Rochester.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • In obitum illustrissimi ingeniosissimique Joannis, Comitis Roffensis,
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • On Dr. Woodford's Paraphrase on the Canticles.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
        • IX.
        • X.
        • XI.
        • XII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • XI.
      • XII.
      • Laodamia to Protesilaus.
      • To the Excellent Master of Music, Signior Pietro Reggio, on His Book of Songs.
      • Epitaph on the Incomparable Sir John King in the Temple-Church.
      • On the Death of my dear Brother Mr. Richard Flatman.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • Coridon on the death of his dear Alexis, ob. Jan. 28, 168⅔.
      • A Song on New-Year's-day before the King, Car. 2.
      • On the King's return to White-hall, after his Summer's Progress, 1684.
        • Chorus.
      • Chorus.
      • To Mr. Isaac Walton, on his Publication of Thealma
      • Pastoral Dialogue.
        • Parthenia.
        • Castara.
        • Parthenia.
        • Castara.
        • Parthenia.
        • Castara.
        • Chorus amb.
      • Parthenia.
      • Castara.
      • Parthenia.
      • Castara.
      • Parthenia.
      • Castara.
      • Chorus amb.
      • Castabella Going to Sea.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • On the Death of my worthy friend Mr. John Oldham.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • On Sir John Micklethwaite's Monument
      • M. S. Heic juxta jacet THOMAS ROCK Armg. Salopiensis, Vitâ functus Januarii 3. Aetat. 62. 1678
      • On the Death of the Illustrious Prince Rupert.
        • Stanza I.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
      • Stanza I.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • Poema in Obitum Illustrissimi Principis Ruperti
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • On the much lamented Death of our late Sovereign Lord King Charles II. of Blessed Memory.
        • Stanza I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • To His Sacred Majesty King James II.
    • On the Death of the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Ossory.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • To the Memory of the Incomparable Orinda.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • The Review.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • IX.
    • X.
    • To my Reverend Friend, Dr. Sam. Woodford, On his Excellent Version of the Psalms.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • On the Death of the truly valiant George Duke of Albemarle.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • The Retirement.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • Translated out of a Part of Petronius Arbiter's Satyricon.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • XI.
      • XII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • IX.
    • X.
    • XI.
    • XII.
    • A Thought of Death.
    • Psalm xxxix. Vers. 4, 5.
      • Verse IV.
      • Verse V.
    • Verse IV.
    • Verse V.
    • Hymn for the Morning.
    • Anthem for the Evening.
    • Death.
    • The Happy Man.
    • On Mr. Johnson's Several Shipwrecks.
    • An Explanation of an Emblem Engraven by V. H.
    • For Thoughts.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • Against Thoughts.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • A Dooms-Day Thought.
    • Virtus sola manet, caetera mortis erunt.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • Translated.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • Psalm xv. Paraphrased.
      • Verse I.
      • Verse II.
      • Verse III.
      • Verse IV.
      • Verse V.
    • Verse I.
    • Verse II.
    • Verse III.
    • Verse IV.
    • Verse V.
    • Job.
    • Nudus Redibo.
    • An Elegy on the Earl of Sandwich.
    • An Epitaph on the Earl of Sandwich.
    • Pastoral.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • IX.
    • X.
    • On the Death of Mr. Pelham Humfries.
    • The Mistake.
    • The Incredulous.
    • Weeping at Parting.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • The Desperate Lover.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • The Fatigue.
    • The Resolve.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • Love's Bravo.
    • The Expectation.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • Coridon Converted.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • The Humourist.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • Fading Beauty.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • A Dialogue.
    • A Dialogue.
    • The Bachelor's Song.
    • The Second Part.
    • An Appeal to Cats in the business of Love.
    • Advice to an Old Man of sixty-three, about to Marry a Girl of sixteen.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • The Slight.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • The Penitent.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • The Defiance.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • The Surrender.
    • The Whim.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • The Renegado.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • Phyllis withdrawn.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • The Malecontent.
    • The Indifferent.
    • The Harbour.
    • The Unconcerned.
    • The Immovable.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • The Wish.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • The Cordial. In the year 1657.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • Celadon on Delia singing.
    • The Advice.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • To Mr. Sam. Austin of Wadham Coll. Oxon, On his most unintelligible Poems.
    • To my ingenious Friend Mr. William Faithorne on his Book of Drawing, Etching, and Graving.
    • On the Commentaries of Messire Blaize de Montluc.
    • A Character of a Belly-God.
    • The Disappointed.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • On Mrs. E. Montague's Blushing in the Cross-Bath.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • Il Infido.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • Il Immaturo.
    • On Mrs. Dove, Wife to the Reverend Dr. Henry Dove.
    • Lucretius.
    • Paraphrased.
    • On the Eminent Dr. Edward Browne's Travels.
    • On Poverty.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • Urania to her Friend Parthenissa.
    • On the Death of the Earl of Rochester.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • In obitum illustrissimi ingeniosissimique Joannis, Comitis Roffensis,
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • On Dr. Woodford's Paraphrase on the Canticles.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • XI.
      • XII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • IX.
    • X.
    • XI.
    • XII.
    • Laodamia to Protesilaus.
    • To the Excellent Master of Music, Signior Pietro Reggio, on His Book of Songs.
    • Epitaph on the Incomparable Sir John King in the Temple-Church.
    • On the Death of my dear Brother Mr. Richard Flatman.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • Coridon on the death of his dear Alexis, ob. Jan. 28, 168⅔.
    • A Song on New-Year's-day before the King, Car. 2.
    • On the King's return to White-hall, after his Summer's Progress, 1684.
      • Chorus.
    • Chorus.
    • To Mr. Isaac Walton, on his Publication of Thealma
    • Pastoral Dialogue.
      • Parthenia.
      • Castara.
      • Parthenia.
      • Castara.
      • Parthenia.
      • Castara.
      • Chorus amb.
    • Parthenia.
    • Castara.
    • Parthenia.
    • Castara.
    • Parthenia.
    • Castara.
    • Chorus amb.
    • Castabella Going to Sea.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • On the Death of my worthy friend Mr. John Oldham.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • On Sir John Micklethwaite's Monument
    • M. S. Heic juxta jacet THOMAS ROCK Armg. Salopiensis, Vitâ functus Januarii 3. Aetat. 62. 1678
    • On the Death of the Illustrious Prince Rupert.
      • Stanza I.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • Stanza I.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • Poema in Obitum Illustrissimi Principis Ruperti
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • On the much lamented Death of our late Sovereign Lord King Charles II. of Blessed Memory.
      • Stanza I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • Stanza I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • To His Sacred Majesty King James II.
    • ODES OF HORACE
      • PARAPHRASED BY THOMAS FLATMAN.
      • Book II. Ode XIX.
      • Book III. Ode VIII. To Maecenas.
      • Book III. Ode IX. Horace and Lydia.
      • Book III. Ode XII.
      • Book III. Ode XVII. To Aelius Lamia.
      • Book III. Ode XIX. To Telephus.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • Book III. Ode XX. To Pyrrhus.
      • Book III. Ode XXI. To his Wine-Vessels.
      • Book III. Ode XXII. Upon Diana.
      • Book III. Ode III. To Venus.
      • Book IV. Ode I. To Venus.
      • Book IV. Ode X. To Ligurinus, a beauteous Youth.
      • Book IV. Ode XI. To Phyllis.
      • Epode III. To Maecenas.
      • Epode VI.
      • Epode X. Against Maevius, a Poet.
      • Epode XI. To Pettius his Chamber-fellow.
      • Epode XV. To his Sweetheart Neaera.
      • Epode XVII. To Canidia.
      • Canidia's Answer.
    • PARAPHRASED BY THOMAS FLATMAN.
    • Book II. Ode XIX.
    • Book III. Ode VIII. To Maecenas.
    • Book III. Ode IX. Horace and Lydia.
    • Book III. Ode XII.
    • Book III. Ode XVII. To Aelius Lamia.
    • Book III. Ode XIX. To Telephus.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • Book III. Ode XX. To Pyrrhus.
    • Book III. Ode XXI. To his Wine-Vessels.
    • Book III. Ode XXII. Upon Diana.
    • Book III. Ode III. To Venus.
    • Book IV. Ode I. To Venus.
    • Book IV. Ode X. To Ligurinus, a beauteous Youth.
    • Book IV. Ode XI. To Phyllis.
    • Epode III. To Maecenas.
    • Epode VI.
    • Epode X. Against Maevius, a Poet.
    • Epode XI. To Pettius his Chamber-fellow.
    • Epode XV. To his Sweetheart Neaera.
    • Epode XVII. To Canidia.
    • Canidia's Answer.
    • POEMS NOT INCLUDED IN THE EDITIONS OF 1682 AND 1686.
      • Upon a Chine of Beef.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • On the Death of the Eminently Ennobled Charles Capell, Esq.;
      • On the Picture of the Author, Mr. Sanderson.
      • On the noble Art of Painting.
      • On Mistress S. W., who cured my hand by a plaster applied to the knife which hurt me.
      • Song.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • Epitaph on his eldest Son, Thomas, 1682.
      • Lines to John Northleigh.
      • Lines to Archbishop Sancroft.
      • On the Death of His Grace, James, Duke of Ormond: A Pindaric Ode.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • Job, Chapter xxvii. Paraphrased.
        • Verse 8.
        • Verse 9.
        • Verse 10.
        • Verse 11.
        • Verse 12.
        • Verse 13.
        • Verse 14.
        • Verse 15.
        • Verse 16.
        • Verse 17.
        • Verse 18.
        • Verse 19.
        • Verses 20, 21.
        • Verse 22.
        • Verse 23.
      • Verse 8.
      • Verse 9.
      • Verse 10.
      • Verse 11.
      • Verse 12.
      • Verse 13.
      • Verse 14.
      • Verse 15.
      • Verse 16.
      • Verse 17.
      • Verse 18.
      • Verse 19.
      • Verses 20, 21.
      • Verse 22.
      • Verse 23.
    • Upon a Chine of Beef.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • On the Death of the Eminently Ennobled Charles Capell, Esq.;
    • On the Picture of the Author, Mr. Sanderson.
    • On the noble Art of Painting.
    • On Mistress S. W., who cured my hand by a plaster applied to the knife which hurt me.
    • Song.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • Epitaph on his eldest Son, Thomas, 1682.
    • Lines to John Northleigh.
    • Lines to Archbishop Sancroft.
    • On the Death of His Grace, James, Duke of Ormond: A Pindaric Ode.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • Job, Chapter xxvii. Paraphrased.
      • Verse 8.
      • Verse 9.
      • Verse 10.
      • Verse 11.
      • Verse 12.
      • Verse 13.
      • Verse 14.
      • Verse 15.
      • Verse 16.
      • Verse 17.
      • Verse 18.
      • Verse 19.
      • Verses 20, 21.
      • Verse 22.
      • Verse 23.
    • Verse 8.
    • Verse 9.
    • Verse 10.
    • Verse 11.
    • Verse 12.
    • Verse 13.
    • Verse 14.
    • Verse 15.
    • Verse 16.
    • Verse 17.
    • Verse 18.
    • Verse 19.
    • Verses 20, 21.
    • Verse 22.
    • Verse 23.
    • Le hore di recreatione:
    • INTRODUCTION TO NATHANIEL WHITING.
    • CONTENTS
      • To the right honourable, right worthy, and truly ennobled hero, John, Lord Lovelace, Baron of Hurley, N.W. S.P.O.
      • To the Reader.
      • To the right virtuous and equally beautiful, Sra Inconstanza Bellarizza.
      • The Author's Apology.
      • The Author to his Book.
        • Mart. ad lib. suum. Epig. 4
        • Mart. lib. 4.
      • Mart. ad lib. suum. Epig. 4
      • Mart. lib. 4.
      • To his loving friend the Author.
      • To the Reader.
      • To his loving kinsman the Author.
      • Amico suo carissimo N. W. huius Poematis authori Collegii Reg[i]nalis Canta. in artibus magistro.
      • In Authorem, amicissimum suum, Encomiasticon.
      • To his Friend, a Panegyric upon his lovers, Albino and Bellama.
    • To the right honourable, right worthy, and truly ennobled hero, John, Lord Lovelace, Baron of Hurley, N.W. S.P.O.
    • To the Reader.
    • To the right virtuous and equally beautiful, Sra Inconstanza Bellarizza.
    • The Author's Apology.
    • The Author to his Book.
      • Mart. ad lib. suum. Epig. 4
      • Mart. lib. 4.
    • Mart. ad lib. suum. Epig. 4
    • Mart. lib. 4.
    • To his loving friend the Author.
    • To the Reader.
    • To his loving kinsman the Author.
    • Amico suo carissimo N. W. huius Poematis authori Collegii Reg[i]nalis Canta. in artibus magistro.
    • In Authorem, amicissimum suum, Encomiasticon.
    • To his Friend, a Panegyric upon his lovers, Albino and Bellama.
    • THE PLEASING HISTORY OF ALBINO AND BELLAMA
      • To his companion in praise of Bellama.
        • Upon Bellama's walking in the garden, and with him.
        • Upon his Bellama using and forsaking the Walk.
        • To mee's faire Metres, Vandebrad Isile of te fine towne of Vaschester.
        • Upon the Ring sent to his Bellama.
        • Upon the Posy I live in hope.
        • An invective against Cupid.
        • To his Bellama slighting him.
        • Canzone.
        • Notes: The Pleasing History of Albino and Bellama
      • Upon Bellama's walking in the garden, and with him.
      • Upon his Bellama using and forsaking the Walk.
      • To mee's faire Metres, Vandebrad Isile of te fine towne of Vaschester.
      • Upon the Ring sent to his Bellama.
      • Upon the Posy I live in hope.
      • An invective against Cupid.
      • To his Bellama slighting him.
      • Canzone.
      • Notes: The Pleasing History of Albino and Bellama
      • TO THOSE WORTHY HEROES OF OUR Age, whose noble Breasts are wet and wat'red with the dew of Helicon, N.W. wisheth ever- flourishing Laurels.
      • Il Insonio Insonnadado.
        • FINIS.
        • ERRATA. VOL. II
        • VOL. III
        • Transcriber's Note:
        • Errata (only obvious Printers' Errors have been corrected):
      • FINIS.
      • ERRATA. VOL. II
      • VOL. III
      • Transcriber's Note:
      • Errata (only obvious Printers' Errors have been corrected):
    • To his companion in praise of Bellama.
      • Upon Bellama's walking in the garden, and with him.
      • Upon his Bellama using and forsaking the Walk.
      • To mee's faire Metres, Vandebrad Isile of te fine towne of Vaschester.
      • Upon the Ring sent to his Bellama.
      • Upon the Posy I live in hope.
      • An invective against Cupid.
      • To his Bellama slighting him.
      • Canzone.
      • Notes: The Pleasing History of Albino and Bellama
    • Upon Bellama's walking in the garden, and with him.
    • Upon his Bellama using and forsaking the Walk.
    • To mee's faire Metres, Vandebrad Isile of te fine towne of Vaschester.
    • Upon the Ring sent to his Bellama.
    • Upon the Posy I live in hope.
    • An invective against Cupid.
    • To his Bellama slighting him.
    • Canzone.
    • Notes: The Pleasing History of Albino and Bellama
    • TO THOSE WORTHY HEROES OF OUR Age, whose noble Breasts are wet and wat'red with the dew of Helicon, N.W. wisheth ever- flourishing Laurels.
    • Il Insonio Insonnadado.
      • FINIS.
      • ERRATA. VOL. II
      • VOL. III
      • Transcriber's Note:
      • Errata (only obvious Printers' Errors have been corrected):
    • FINIS.
    • ERRATA. VOL. II
    • VOL. III
    • Transcriber's Note:
    • Errata (only obvious Printers' Errors have been corrected):
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