Castara The Third Edition of 1640; Edited and Collated with the Earlier Ones of 1634, 1635
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Castara The Third Edition of 1640; Edited and Collated with the Earlier Ones of 1634, 1635

By William Habington
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  • Castara, by William Habington
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
    • (a) Issues in the Author's lifetime.
      • I. As a separate publication.
      • II. With other Works.
    • I. As a separate publication.
    • II. With other Works.
    • (b) Issues since the Author's Death.
      • I. As a separate publication.
      • II. With other Works.
      • III. Selections, &c.
    • I. As a separate publication.
    • II. With other Works.
    • III. Selections, &c.
  • Castara: The First Part
    • The Author.
    • [3]To his best friend and Kinsman William Habington, Esquire.
    • A Mistris
    • Fifty-seven Poems, chiefly on Love and Courtship.
      • To Castara. A Sacrifice.
      • To Castara, Praying.
      • To Roses in the bosome of Castara.
      • To Castara, A Vow.
      • To Castara, Of his being in Love.
      • To my honoured Friend, Mr. E. P.
      • To Castara.
      • To Castara, Softly singing to her selfe.
      • To a Wanton.
      • To the Honourable my much honoured friend, R. B. Esquire.
      • To Castara, Inquiring why I loved her.
      • To Castara, Looking upon him.
      • [7]To the right honourable the Countesse of Ar.
      • Upon Castara's frowne or smile.
      • To Castara, All fortunes.
      • Upon thought Castara may dye.
      • Time to the moments, on sight of Castara.
      • To a friend inquiring her name, whom he loved.
      • A Dialogue betweene Hope and Feare.
      • To Cupid, Upon a dimple in Castara's cheeke.
      • Upon Cupid's death and buriall in Castara's cheeke.
      • To Fame.
      • A Dialogue betweene Araphill and Castara.
      • To Castara, Intending a journey into the Countrey.
      • Upon Castara's departure.
      • To Castara, Upon a trembling kisse at departure.
      • To Castara, Looking backe at her departing.
      • Upon Castara's absence.
      • To Castara, Complaining her absence in the Country.
      • To Thames.
      • To the right honourable the Earle of Shrewes.[11]
      • To Cupid. Wishing a speedy passage to Castara.
      • To Castara. Of Love.
      • To the Spring, Upon the uncertainty of Castara's abode.
      • To Reason, Upon Castara's absence.
      • An[14] answere to Castara's question.
      • To Castara, Upon the disguising his affection.
      • To the honourable my honoured kinsman, Mr. G. T.
      • Eccho to Narcissus. In praise of Castara's discreete Love.
      • To Castara, Being debarr'd her presence.
      • To Seymors, The house in which Castara lived.
      • To the Dew, In hope to see Castara walking.
      • To Castara.
      • To Castara, Ventring to walke too farre in the neighbouring wood.
      • Upon Castara's departure.
      • A Dialogue between Night and Araphill.
      • To the Right Honourable, the Lady, E. P.
      • To Castara. Departing upon the approach of Night.
      • An Apparition.
      • [16]To the Honourable Mr. Wm. E.
      • To Castara, The vanity of Avarice.
      • To my most honoured Friend and Kinsman, R. St., Esquire.
      • To the World. The Perfection of Love.
      • To the Winter.
      • Upon a visit to Castara in the Night.
      • To Castara, Of the chastity of his Love.
      • The Description of Castara.
    • To Castara. A Sacrifice.
    • To Castara, Praying.
    • To Roses in the bosome of Castara.
    • To Castara, A Vow.
    • To Castara, Of his being in Love.
    • To my honoured Friend, Mr. E. P.
    • To Castara.
    • To Castara, Softly singing to her selfe.
    • To a Wanton.
    • To the Honourable my much honoured friend, R. B. Esquire.
    • To Castara, Inquiring why I loved her.
    • To Castara, Looking upon him.
    • [7]To the right honourable the Countesse of Ar.
    • Upon Castara's frowne or smile.
    • To Castara, All fortunes.
    • Upon thought Castara may dye.
    • Time to the moments, on sight of Castara.
    • To a friend inquiring her name, whom he loved.
    • A Dialogue betweene Hope and Feare.
    • To Cupid, Upon a dimple in Castara's cheeke.
    • Upon Cupid's death and buriall in Castara's cheeke.
    • To Fame.
    • A Dialogue betweene Araphill and Castara.
    • To Castara, Intending a journey into the Countrey.
    • Upon Castara's departure.
    • To Castara, Upon a trembling kisse at departure.
    • To Castara, Looking backe at her departing.
    • Upon Castara's absence.
    • To Castara, Complaining her absence in the Country.
    • To Thames.
    • To the right honourable the Earle of Shrewes.[11]
    • To Cupid. Wishing a speedy passage to Castara.
    • To Castara. Of Love.
    • To the Spring, Upon the uncertainty of Castara's abode.
    • To Reason, Upon Castara's absence.
    • An[14] answere to Castara's question.
    • To Castara, Upon the disguising his affection.
    • To the honourable my honoured kinsman, Mr. G. T.
    • Eccho to Narcissus. In praise of Castara's discreete Love.
    • To Castara, Being debarr'd her presence.
    • To Seymors, The house in which Castara lived.
    • To the Dew, In hope to see Castara walking.
    • To Castara.
    • To Castara, Ventring to walke too farre in the neighbouring wood.
    • Upon Castara's departure.
    • A Dialogue between Night and Araphill.
    • To the Right Honourable, the Lady, E. P.
    • To Castara. Departing upon the approach of Night.
    • An Apparition.
    • [16]To the Honourable Mr. Wm. E.
    • To Castara, The vanity of Avarice.
    • To my most honoured Friend and Kinsman, R. St., Esquire.
    • To the World. The Perfection of Love.
    • To the Winter.
    • Upon a visit to Castara in the Night.
    • To Castara, Of the chastity of his Love.
    • The Description of Castara.
  • Castara: The Second Part
    • A Wife
    • Fifty Poems, chiefly on Wedded Happiness.
      • To Castara, Now possest of her in marriage.
      • To Castara, Upon the mutuall love of their Majesties.
      • To Zephirus.
      • To Castara in a Trance.
      • To Death, Castara being sicke.
      • To Castara, Inviting her to sleepe.
      • Upon Castara's recoverie.
      • To a Friend, Inviting him to a meeting upon promise.
      • To Castara, Where true happinesse abides.
      • To Castara.
      • To Castara, Upon the death of a Lady.
      • To Castara, Being to take a journey.
      • To Castara, Weeping.
      • To Castara, Upon a sigh.
      • To the Right Honourable the Lady F.
      • To Castara, Against opinion.
      • To Castara, Upon beautie.
      • To Castara, Melancholly.
      • A Dialogue betweene Araphill and Castara.
      • [23]To the Right Honourable Henry Lord M.
      • To a Tombe.
      • To Castara, Upon thought of Age and Death.
      • [25]To the Right Honourable, the Lord P.
      • His Muse speakes to him.
      • To Vaine hope.
      • To Castara, How happy, though in an obscure fortune.
      • To Castara.
      • On the death of the Right Honourable, George Earle of S.
      • To my worthy Cousin Mr. E. C. In praise of the City life, in the long Vacation.
      • Loves Aniversarie To the Sunne.
      • Against them who lay unchastity to the sex of Women.
      • To the Right Honourable and excellently learned, William Earle of St.
      • To Castara, Upon an embrace.
      • To the Honourable, G. T.
      • To Castara. The reward of Innocent Love.
      • To my noble Friend, Sir I. P. Knight.
      • To The Right Honourable Archibald Earle of Ar.
      • An Elegy upon The Honourable Henry Cambell, sonne to the Earle of Arg.
      • To Castara.
      • To Castara, Of what we were before our creation.
      • To the Moment last past.
      • To Castara. Of the knowledge of Love.
      • [32]To the Right Honourable the Countesse of C.
      • The harmony of Love.
      • To my honoured friend Sir Ed. P. Knight.
      • To Castara.
      • To Castara. Of true delight.
      • To my noblest Friend, I. C. Esquire.
      • To Castara. What Lovers will say when she and he are dead.
      • To his Muse.
    • To Castara, Now possest of her in marriage.
    • To Castara, Upon the mutuall love of their Majesties.
    • To Zephirus.
    • To Castara in a Trance.
    • To Death, Castara being sicke.
    • To Castara, Inviting her to sleepe.
    • Upon Castara's recoverie.
    • To a Friend, Inviting him to a meeting upon promise.
    • To Castara, Where true happinesse abides.
    • To Castara.
    • To Castara, Upon the death of a Lady.
    • To Castara, Being to take a journey.
    • To Castara, Weeping.
    • To Castara, Upon a sigh.
    • To the Right Honourable the Lady F.
    • To Castara, Against opinion.
    • To Castara, Upon beautie.
    • To Castara, Melancholly.
    • A Dialogue betweene Araphill and Castara.
    • [23]To the Right Honourable Henry Lord M.
    • To a Tombe.
    • To Castara, Upon thought of Age and Death.
    • [25]To the Right Honourable, the Lord P.
    • His Muse speakes to him.
    • To Vaine hope.
    • To Castara, How happy, though in an obscure fortune.
    • To Castara.
    • On the death of the Right Honourable, George Earle of S.
    • To my worthy Cousin Mr. E. C. In praise of the City life, in the long Vacation.
    • Loves Aniversarie To the Sunne.
    • Against them who lay unchastity to the sex of Women.
    • To the Right Honourable and excellently learned, William Earle of St.
    • To Castara, Upon an embrace.
    • To the Honourable, G. T.
    • To Castara. The reward of Innocent Love.
    • To my noble Friend, Sir I. P. Knight.
    • To The Right Honourable Archibald Earle of Ar.
    • An Elegy upon The Honourable Henry Cambell, sonne to the Earle of Arg.
    • To Castara.
    • To Castara, Of what we were before our creation.
    • To the Moment last past.
    • To Castara. Of the knowledge of Love.
    • [32]To the Right Honourable the Countesse of C.
    • The harmony of Love.
    • To my honoured friend Sir Ed. P. Knight.
    • To Castara.
    • To Castara. Of true delight.
    • To my noblest Friend, I. C. Esquire.
    • To Castara. What Lovers will say when she and he are dead.
    • To his Muse.
    • A Friend
    • The Funerals of the Honourable, my best friend and Kinsman, George Talbot, Esquire.
      • Elegie, 1.
      • Elegie, 2.
      • Elegie, 3.
      • Elegie, 4.
      • Elegie, 5.
      • Elegie, 6.
      • Elegie, 7.
      • Elegie, 8.
    • Elegie, 1.
    • Elegie, 2.
    • Elegie, 3.
    • Elegie, 4.
    • Elegie, 5.
    • Elegie, 6.
    • Elegie, 7.
    • Elegie, 8.
  • Castara: The Third Part
    • A Holy Man
    • Twenty-two Poems, chiefly Sacred, with Scripture Text.
      • Domine labia mea aperies David.
      • Versa est in luctum cythara mea. Job.
      • Perdam Sapientiam Sapientum To the Right Honorable the Lord Windsor.
      • Paucitatem dierum meorum nuncia mihi. David.
      • Non nobis Domine. David.
      • Solum mihi superest sepulchrum. Job.
      • Et fugit velut umbra. Job. To the Right Honourable the Lord Kintyre.
      • Nox nocti indicat Scientiam. David.
      • Et alta a longè cognoscit. David.
      • Universum stratum ejus versasti in infirmitate ejus. David.
      • Laudate Dominum de cœlis. David.
      • Qui quasi flos egreditur. To the Right Honourable, the Lady Cat. T.
      • Quid gloriaris in malicia? David.
      • Deus Deus Meus. David.
      • Quonian ego in flagella paratus sum. David.
      • Militia est vita hominis. To Sir Hen. Per.
      • Vias tuas Domine demonstra mihi.
      • Et Exultavit Humiles.
      • Dominus Dominantium.
      • Cogitabo pro peccato meo.
      • Recogitabo tibi omnes annos meos. Isay.
      • Cupio dissolvi. Paule.
    • Domine labia mea aperies David.
    • Versa est in luctum cythara mea. Job.
    • Perdam Sapientiam Sapientum To the Right Honorable the Lord Windsor.
    • Paucitatem dierum meorum nuncia mihi. David.
    • Non nobis Domine. David.
    • Solum mihi superest sepulchrum. Job.
    • Et fugit velut umbra. Job. To the Right Honourable the Lord Kintyre.
    • Nox nocti indicat Scientiam. David.
    • Et alta a longè cognoscit. David.
    • Universum stratum ejus versasti in infirmitate ejus. David.
    • Laudate Dominum de cœlis. David.
    • Qui quasi flos egreditur. To the Right Honourable, the Lady Cat. T.
    • Quid gloriaris in malicia? David.
    • Deus Deus Meus. David.
    • Quonian ego in flagella paratus sum. David.
    • Militia est vita hominis. To Sir Hen. Per.
    • Vias tuas Domine demonstra mihi.
    • Et Exultavit Humiles.
    • Dominus Dominantium.
    • Cogitabo pro peccato meo.
    • Recogitabo tibi omnes annos meos. Isay.
    • Cupio dissolvi. Paule.
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