Poems of Henry Vaughan, Silurist, Volume II
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Poems of Henry Vaughan, Silurist, Volume II

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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook of Poems of Henry Vaughan, Silurist, Volume II, by Henry Vaughan, et al, Edited by E. K. Chambers
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    • TRANSCRIBER'S NOTE
  • POEMS OF HENRY VAUGHAN SILURIST. Vol. II.
  • POEMS OF HENRY VAUGHAN SILURIST
    • EDITED BY E. K. CHAMBERS
      • WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY CANON BEECHING
    • WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY CANON BEECHING
    • VOL. II.
      • LONDON: GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & SONS, LIMITED NEW YORK: E. P. DUTTON & CO.
    • LONDON: GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & SONS, LIMITED NEW YORK: E. P. DUTTON & CO.
    • BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE.
      • (a) THE VAUGHAN GENEALOGY.
      • (b) VAUGHAN AND JESUS COLLEGE, OXFORD.
      • (c) VAUGHAN IN THE CIVIL WAR.
      • (d) THOMAS VAUGHAN.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • (a) THE VAUGHAN GENEALOGY.
    • (b) VAUGHAN AND JESUS COLLEGE, OXFORD.
    • (c) VAUGHAN IN THE CIVIL WAR.
    • (d) THOMAS VAUGHAN.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HENRY VAUGHAN'S WORKS.
      • (1)
      • (2)
      • (3)
      • (4)
      • (5)
      • (6)
      • (7)
      • (8)
      • (9)
      • (10)
      • (11)
      • (12)
      • (13)
      • (14)
      • (15)
      • (16)
      • (17)
      • (18)
      • (19)
    • (1)
    • (2)
    • (3)
    • (4)
    • (5)
    • (6)
    • (7)
    • (8)
    • (9)
    • (10)
    • (11)
    • (12)
    • (13)
    • (14)
    • (15)
    • (16)
    • (17)
    • (18)
    • (19)
    • POEMS, WITH THE TENTH SATIRE OF JUVENAL ENGLISHED. 1646.
      • TO ALL INGENIOUS LOVERS OF POESY.
      • TO MY INGENUOUS FRIEND, R. W.
      • LES AMOURS
      • TO AMORET.
        • The Sigh.
      • The Sigh.
      • TO HIS FRIEND BEING IN LOVE.
      • SONG.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • TO AMORET.
        • Walking in a Starry Evening.
      • Walking in a Starry Evening.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • TO AMORET GONE FROM HIM.
      • A SONG TO AMORET.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • AN ELEGY.
      • A RHAPSODIS:
      • TO AMORET, OF THE DIFFERENCE 'TWIXT HIM AND OTHER LOVERS, AND WHAT TRUE LOVE IS.
      • TO AMORET WEEPING.
      • UPON THE PRIORY GROVE, HIS USUAL RETIREMENT.
      • JUVENAL'S TENTH SATIRE TRANSLATED.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO ALL INGENIOUS LOVERS OF POESY.
    • TO MY INGENUOUS FRIEND, R. W.
    • LES AMOURS
    • TO AMORET.
      • The Sigh.
    • The Sigh.
    • TO HIS FRIEND BEING IN LOVE.
    • SONG.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO AMORET.
      • Walking in a Starry Evening.
    • Walking in a Starry Evening.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO AMORET GONE FROM HIM.
    • A SONG TO AMORET.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • AN ELEGY.
    • A RHAPSODIS:
    • TO AMORET, OF THE DIFFERENCE 'TWIXT HIM AND OTHER LOVERS, AND WHAT TRUE LOVE IS.
    • TO AMORET WEEPING.
    • UPON THE PRIORY GROVE, HIS USUAL RETIREMENT.
    • JUVENAL'S TENTH SATIRE TRANSLATED.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • OLOR ISCANUS.   1651.
      • AD POSTEROS.
      • TO THE TRULY NOBLE AND MOST EXCELLENTLY ACCOMPLISHED, THE LORD KILDARE DIGBY.
      • THE PUBLISHER TO THE READER.
      • UPON THE MOST INGENIOUS PAIR OF TWINS, EUGENIUS PHILALETHES, AND THE AUTHOR OF THESE POEMS.
      • TO MY FRIEND THE AUTHOR UPON THESE HIS POEMS.
      • UPON THE FOLLOWING POEMS.
      • TO THE RIVER ISCA.
      • THE CHARNEL-HOUSE.
      • IN AMICUM FŒNERATOREM.
      • TO HIS FRIEND ——
      • TO HIS RETIRED FRIEND, AN INVITATION TO BRECKNOCK.
      • MONSIEUR GOMBAULD.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • AN ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF MR. R. W., SLAIN IN THE LATE UNFORTUNATE DIFFERENCES AT ROUTON HEATH, NEAR CHESTER, 1645.
      • UPON A CLOAK LENT HIM BY MR. J. RIDSLEY.
      • UPON MR. FLETCHER'S PLAYS, PUBLISHED 1647.
      • UPON THE POEMS AND PLAYS OF THE EVER-MEMORABLE MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT.
      • TO THE BEST AND MOST ACCOMPLISHED COUPLE ——
      • AN ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF MR. R. HALL, SLAIN AT PONTEFRACT, 1648.
      • TO MY LEARNED FRIEND, MR. T. POWELL, UPON HIS TRANSLATION OF MALVEZZI'S CHRISTIAN POLITICIAN.
      • TO MY WORTHY FRIEND, MASTER T. LEWES.
      • TO THE MOST EXCELLENTLY ACCOMPLISHED MRS. K. PHILIPS.
      • AN EPITAPH UPON THE LADY ELIZABETH, SECOND DAUGHTER TO HIS LATE MAJESTY.
      • TO SIR WILLIAM D'AVENANT UPON HIS GONDIBERT.
    • AD POSTEROS.
    • TO THE TRULY NOBLE AND MOST EXCELLENTLY ACCOMPLISHED, THE LORD KILDARE DIGBY.
    • THE PUBLISHER TO THE READER.
    • UPON THE MOST INGENIOUS PAIR OF TWINS, EUGENIUS PHILALETHES, AND THE AUTHOR OF THESE POEMS.
    • TO MY FRIEND THE AUTHOR UPON THESE HIS POEMS.
    • UPON THE FOLLOWING POEMS.
    • TO THE RIVER ISCA.
    • THE CHARNEL-HOUSE.
    • IN AMICUM FŒNERATOREM.
    • TO HIS FRIEND ——
    • TO HIS RETIRED FRIEND, AN INVITATION TO BRECKNOCK.
    • MONSIEUR GOMBAULD.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • AN ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF MR. R. W., SLAIN IN THE LATE UNFORTUNATE DIFFERENCES AT ROUTON HEATH, NEAR CHESTER, 1645.
    • UPON A CLOAK LENT HIM BY MR. J. RIDSLEY.
    • UPON MR. FLETCHER'S PLAYS, PUBLISHED 1647.
    • UPON THE POEMS AND PLAYS OF THE EVER-MEMORABLE MR. WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT.
    • TO THE BEST AND MOST ACCOMPLISHED COUPLE ——
    • AN ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF MR. R. HALL, SLAIN AT PONTEFRACT, 1648.
    • TO MY LEARNED FRIEND, MR. T. POWELL, UPON HIS TRANSLATION OF MALVEZZI'S CHRISTIAN POLITICIAN.
    • TO MY WORTHY FRIEND, MASTER T. LEWES.
    • TO THE MOST EXCELLENTLY ACCOMPLISHED MRS. K. PHILIPS.
    • AN EPITAPH UPON THE LADY ELIZABETH, SECOND DAUGHTER TO HIS LATE MAJESTY.
    • TO SIR WILLIAM D'AVENANT UPON HIS GONDIBERT.
    • TRANSLATIONS FROM OVID
      • [OVID,] TRISTIUM, LIB. V. ELEG. III. TO HIS FELLOW-POETS AT ROME, UPON THE BIRTHDAY OF BACCHUS.
      • [OVID, EPISTOLARUM] DE PONTO, LIB. III. [EPIST. VII.]. TO HIS FRIENDS—AFTER HIS MANY SOLICITATIONS—REFUSING TO PETITION CÆSAR FOR HIS RELEASEMENT.
      • [OVID, EPISTOLARUM] DE PONTO, LIB. IV. EPIST. III. TO HIS INCONSTANT FRIEND, TRANSLATED FOR THE USE OF ALL THE JUDASES OF THIS TOUCHSTONE-AGE.
      • [OVID,] TRISTIUM, LIB. III. ELEG. III. TO HIS WIFE AT ROME, WHEN HE WAS SICK.
      • AUSONII. IDYLL VI. CUPIDO [CRUCI AFFIXUS].
      • BOET[HIUS, DE CONSOLATIONE]
        • LIB. I. METRUM I.
        • METRUM II.
        • METRUM IV.
        • METRUM V.
        • METRUM VI.
        • METRUM VII.
        • LIB. II. METRUM I.
        • METRUM II.
        • METRUM III.
        • METRUM IV.
        • METRUM V.
        • METRUM VII.
        • 2
        • 3
        • 4
        • METRUM VIII.
      • LIB. I. METRUM I.
      • METRUM II.
      • METRUM IV.
      • METRUM V.
      • METRUM VI.
      • METRUM VII.
      • LIB. II. METRUM I.
      • METRUM II.
      • METRUM III.
      • METRUM IV.
      • METRUM V.
      • METRUM VII.
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
      • METRUM VIII.
      • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. IV. ODE XXVIII.
      • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. II. ODE VII.
      • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. III. ODE XXII.
      • CASIMIRUS, LYRIC[ORUM] LIB. III. ODE XXIII.
      • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. IV. ODE XV.
      • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. IV. ODE XIII.
      • THE PRAISE OF A RELIGIOUS LIFE BY MATHIAS CASIMIRUS. [EPODON ODE III.] IN ANSWER TO THAT ODE OF HORACE, BEATUS ILLE QUI PROCUL NEGOTIIS, &c.
      • AD FLUVIUM ISCAM.
      • VENERABILI VIRO PRÆCEPTORI SUO OLIM ET SEMPER COLENDISSIMO MAGISTRO MATHÆO HERBERT.
      • PRÆSTANTISSIMO VIRO THOMÆ POËLLO IN SUUM DE ELEMENTIS OPTICÆ LIBELLUM.[56]
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • AD ECHUM.
    • [OVID,] TRISTIUM, LIB. V. ELEG. III. TO HIS FELLOW-POETS AT ROME, UPON THE BIRTHDAY OF BACCHUS.
    • [OVID, EPISTOLARUM] DE PONTO, LIB. III. [EPIST. VII.]. TO HIS FRIENDS—AFTER HIS MANY SOLICITATIONS—REFUSING TO PETITION CÆSAR FOR HIS RELEASEMENT.
    • [OVID, EPISTOLARUM] DE PONTO, LIB. IV. EPIST. III. TO HIS INCONSTANT FRIEND, TRANSLATED FOR THE USE OF ALL THE JUDASES OF THIS TOUCHSTONE-AGE.
    • [OVID,] TRISTIUM, LIB. III. ELEG. III. TO HIS WIFE AT ROME, WHEN HE WAS SICK.
    • AUSONII. IDYLL VI. CUPIDO [CRUCI AFFIXUS].
    • BOET[HIUS, DE CONSOLATIONE]
      • LIB. I. METRUM I.
      • METRUM II.
      • METRUM IV.
      • METRUM V.
      • METRUM VI.
      • METRUM VII.
      • LIB. II. METRUM I.
      • METRUM II.
      • METRUM III.
      • METRUM IV.
      • METRUM V.
      • METRUM VII.
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
      • METRUM VIII.
    • LIB. I. METRUM I.
    • METRUM II.
    • METRUM IV.
    • METRUM V.
    • METRUM VI.
    • METRUM VII.
    • LIB. II. METRUM I.
    • METRUM II.
    • METRUM III.
    • METRUM IV.
    • METRUM V.
    • METRUM VII.
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • METRUM VIII.
    • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. IV. ODE XXVIII.
    • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. II. ODE VII.
    • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. III. ODE XXII.
    • CASIMIRUS, LYRIC[ORUM] LIB. III. ODE XXIII.
    • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. IV. ODE XV.
    • CASIMIRUS, [LYRICORUM] LIB. IV. ODE XIII.
    • THE PRAISE OF A RELIGIOUS LIFE BY MATHIAS CASIMIRUS. [EPODON ODE III.] IN ANSWER TO THAT ODE OF HORACE, BEATUS ILLE QUI PROCUL NEGOTIIS, &c.
    • AD FLUVIUM ISCAM.
    • VENERABILI VIRO PRÆCEPTORI SUO OLIM ET SEMPER COLENDISSIMO MAGISTRO MATHÆO HERBERT.
    • PRÆSTANTISSIMO VIRO THOMÆ POËLLO IN SUUM DE ELEMENTIS OPTICÆ LIBELLUM.[56]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • AD ECHUM.
    • THALIA REDIVIVA. 1678.
      • TO THE MOST HONOURABLE AND TRULY NOBLE HENRY, LORD MARQUIS AND EARL OF WORCESTER, &c.
      • TO THE READER.
      • TO MR. HENRY VAUGHAN THE SILURIST: UPON THESE AND HIS FORMER POEMS.[58]
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • UPON THE INGENIOUS POEMS OF HIS LEARNED FRIEND, MR. HENRY VAUGHAN, THE SILURIST.
      • TO THE INGENIOUS AUTHOR OF THALIA REDIVIVA.
        • Ode I.
        • II.
        • III.
      • Ode I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • TO MY WORTHY FRIEND, MR. HENRY VAUGHAN THE SILURIST.
    • TO THE MOST HONOURABLE AND TRULY NOBLE HENRY, LORD MARQUIS AND EARL OF WORCESTER, &c.
    • TO THE READER.
    • TO MR. HENRY VAUGHAN THE SILURIST: UPON THESE AND HIS FORMER POEMS.[58]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • UPON THE INGENIOUS POEMS OF HIS LEARNED FRIEND, MR. HENRY VAUGHAN, THE SILURIST.
    • TO THE INGENIOUS AUTHOR OF THALIA REDIVIVA.
      • Ode I.
      • II.
      • III.
    • Ode I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO MY WORTHY FRIEND, MR. HENRY VAUGHAN THE SILURIST.
    • CHOICE POEMS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS.
      • TO HIS LEARNED FRIEND AND LOYAL FELLOW-PRISONER, THOMAS POWEL OF CANT[REFF], DOCTOR OF DIVINITY.
      • THE KING DISGUISED.
      • THE EAGLE.
      • TO MR. M. L. UPON HIS REDUCTION OF THE PSALMS INTO METHOD.
      • TO THE PIOUS MEMORY OF C[HARLES] W[ALBEOFFE] ESQUIRE, WHO FINISHED HIS COURSE HERE, AND MADE HIS ENTRANCE INTO IMMORTALITY UPON THE 13 OF SEPTEMBER, IN THE YEAR OF REDEMPTION, 1653.
      • IN ZODIACUM MARCELLI PALINGENII.
      • TO LYSIMACHUS, THE AUTHOR BEING WITH HIM IN LONDON.
      • ON SIR THOMAS BODLEY'S LIBRARY, THE AUTHOR BEING THEN IN OXFORD.
      • THE IMPORTUNATE FORTUNE, WRITTEN TO DR. POWEL, OF CANTRE[FF].
      • TO I. MORGAN OF WHITEHALL, ESQ., UPON HIS SUDDEN JOURNEY AND SUCCEEDING MARRIAGE.
      • FIDA; OR, THE COUNTRY BEAUTY. TO LYSIMACHUS.
      • FIDA FORSAKEN.
      • TO THE EDITOR OF THE MATCHLESS ORINDA.
      • UPON SUDDEN NEWS OF THE MUCH LAMENTED DEATH OF JUDGE TREVERS.
      • TO ETESIA (FOR TIMANDER); THE FIRST SIGHT.
      • THE CHARACTER, TO ETESIA.
      • TO ETESIA LOOKING FROM HER CASEMENT AT THE FULL MOON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • TO ETESIA PARTED FROM HIM, AND LOOKING BACK.
      • IN ETESIAM LACHRYMANTEM.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • TO ETESIA GOING BEYOND SEA.
      • ETESIA ABSENT.
    • TO HIS LEARNED FRIEND AND LOYAL FELLOW-PRISONER, THOMAS POWEL OF CANT[REFF], DOCTOR OF DIVINITY.
    • THE KING DISGUISED.
    • THE EAGLE.
    • TO MR. M. L. UPON HIS REDUCTION OF THE PSALMS INTO METHOD.
    • TO THE PIOUS MEMORY OF C[HARLES] W[ALBEOFFE] ESQUIRE, WHO FINISHED HIS COURSE HERE, AND MADE HIS ENTRANCE INTO IMMORTALITY UPON THE 13 OF SEPTEMBER, IN THE YEAR OF REDEMPTION, 1653.
    • IN ZODIACUM MARCELLI PALINGENII.
    • TO LYSIMACHUS, THE AUTHOR BEING WITH HIM IN LONDON.
    • ON SIR THOMAS BODLEY'S LIBRARY, THE AUTHOR BEING THEN IN OXFORD.
    • THE IMPORTUNATE FORTUNE, WRITTEN TO DR. POWEL, OF CANTRE[FF].
    • TO I. MORGAN OF WHITEHALL, ESQ., UPON HIS SUDDEN JOURNEY AND SUCCEEDING MARRIAGE.
    • FIDA; OR, THE COUNTRY BEAUTY. TO LYSIMACHUS.
    • FIDA FORSAKEN.
    • TO THE EDITOR OF THE MATCHLESS ORINDA.
    • UPON SUDDEN NEWS OF THE MUCH LAMENTED DEATH OF JUDGE TREVERS.
    • TO ETESIA (FOR TIMANDER); THE FIRST SIGHT.
    • THE CHARACTER, TO ETESIA.
    • TO ETESIA LOOKING FROM HER CASEMENT AT THE FULL MOON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO ETESIA PARTED FROM HIM, AND LOOKING BACK.
    • IN ETESIAM LACHRYMANTEM.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TO ETESIA GOING BEYOND SEA.
    • ETESIA ABSENT.
    • TRANSLATIONS.
      • SOME ODES OF THE EXCELLENT AND KNOWING [ANICIUS MANLIUS] SEVERINUS [BOETHIUS], ENGLISHED.
        • [DE CONSOLATIONE] LIB. III. METRUM XII.
        • LIB. III. METRUM II.
        • LIB. IV. METRUM VI.
        • LIB. IV. METRUM III.
        • LIB. III. METRUM VI.
      • [DE CONSOLATIONE] LIB. III. METRUM XII.
      • LIB. III. METRUM II.
      • LIB. IV. METRUM VI.
      • LIB. IV. METRUM III.
      • LIB. III. METRUM VI.
      • THE OLD MAN OF VERONA OUT OF CLAUDIAN, [EPIGRAMMA II.]
      • THE SPHERE OF ARCHIMEDES OUT OF CLAUDIAN, [EPIGRAMMA XVIII.]
      • THE PHŒNIX OUT OF CLAUDIAN, [IDYLL I.]
    • SOME ODES OF THE EXCELLENT AND KNOWING [ANICIUS MANLIUS] SEVERINUS [BOETHIUS], ENGLISHED.
      • [DE CONSOLATIONE] LIB. III. METRUM XII.
      • LIB. III. METRUM II.
      • LIB. IV. METRUM VI.
      • LIB. IV. METRUM III.
      • LIB. III. METRUM VI.
    • [DE CONSOLATIONE] LIB. III. METRUM XII.
    • LIB. III. METRUM II.
    • LIB. IV. METRUM VI.
    • LIB. IV. METRUM III.
    • LIB. III. METRUM VI.
    • THE OLD MAN OF VERONA OUT OF CLAUDIAN, [EPIGRAMMA II.]
    • THE SPHERE OF ARCHIMEDES OUT OF CLAUDIAN, [EPIGRAMMA XVIII.]
    • THE PHŒNIX OUT OF CLAUDIAN, [IDYLL I.]
    • PIOUS THOUGHTS AND EJACULATIONS.
      • TO HIS BOOKS.
      • LOOKING BACK.
      • THE SHOWER.
      • DISCIPLINE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • THE ECLIPSE.
      • AFFLICTION.
      • RETIREMENT.
      • THE REVIVAL.
      • THE DAY SPRING.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • THE RECOVERY.
        • I.
        • II.
      • I.
      • II.
      • THE NATIVITY.
      • THE TRUE CHRISTMAS.
      • THE REQUEST.
      • JORDANIS.
      • SERVILII FATUM, SIVE VINDICTA DIVINA.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • DE SALMONE
      • THE WORLD.
      • THE BEE.
      • TO CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
      • DAPHNIS.
        • Damon.
        • Menalcas.
        • Damon.
        • Menalcas.
        • Damon.
        • Menalcas.
        • Damon.
        • Menalcas.
        • Damon.
        • Menalcas.
        • Damon.
        • Menalcas.
        • Damon.
        • Menalcas.
        • Damon.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
    • TO HIS BOOKS.
    • LOOKING BACK.
    • THE SHOWER.
    • DISCIPLINE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE ECLIPSE.
    • AFFLICTION.
    • RETIREMENT.
    • THE REVIVAL.
    • THE DAY SPRING.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE RECOVERY.
      • I.
      • II.
    • I.
    • II.
    • THE NATIVITY.
    • THE TRUE CHRISTMAS.
    • THE REQUEST.
    • JORDANIS.
    • SERVILII FATUM, SIVE VINDICTA DIVINA.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DE SALMONE
    • THE WORLD.
    • THE BEE.
    • TO CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
    • DAPHNIS.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
      • Menalcas.
      • Damon.
    • Damon.
    • Menalcas.
    • Damon.
    • Menalcas.
    • Damon.
    • Menalcas.
    • Damon.
    • Menalcas.
    • Damon.
    • Menalcas.
    • Damon.
    • Menalcas.
    • Damon.
    • Menalcas.
    • Damon.
    • FRAGMENTS AND TRANSLATIONS.
      • [TO CHARLES THE FIRST.]
      • 1. [HOMER. ILIAD, I. 255-6.]
      • 2. [AESCHYLUS. SEPTEM CONTRA THEBES, 600-1.]
      • 3. [EURIPIDES. ORESTES, 251-2.]
      • 4. [EURIPIDES. FRAGM. MLXXI.]
      • 5. [EURIPIDES. CRESPHONTES, FRAGM. CCCCLV.]
      • 6. [INCERTI.]
      • 7. [PINDAR. FRAGM. C.]
      • 8. [SOLON. FRAGM. XV.]
      • 1. [HOMER. ILIAD, XVII. 446-7.]
      • 2. [EURIPIDES. BACCHAE, 1170-4.]
      • 1. [ARIPHRON.]
      • 1. [DEATH.]
      • 2. [HADRIAN'S ADDRESS TO HIS SOUL.]
      • 3. [PAULINUS. CARM. APP. I. 35-40.]
      • 4. [ANEURIN. ENGLYNION Y MISOEDD, III. 1-4.]
      • 5. [INCERTI.]
      • 6. [JUVENAL. SATIRE XIII. 86-8.]
      • 7. [INCERTI.]
      • 8. [VIRGIL. GEORGICS, IV. 12-138.]
      • 9. [VIRGIL. AENEID, III. 515.]
      • 10. [VIRGIL. GEORGICS, II. 58.]
      • 1. [ANSELM.]
      • 1. [BISSELLIUS.]
      • 2. [AUGURELLIUS.]
      • 1. [INCERTI.]
      • 2. [LUCRETIUS, IV. 1012-1020.]
      • 3. [INCERTI.]
      • 4. [INCERTI.]
      • 5. [INCERTI.]
      • 6. [MAXIMUS.]
      • 7. [MAXIMUS.]
      • 8. [GREGORY NAZIANZEN.]
      • 9. [MARIUS VICTOR.]
      • 10. [INCERTI.]
      • 11. [THEODOTUS.]
      • 12. [INCERTI.]
      • 13. [INCERTI.]
      • 14. [INCERTI.]
      • 15. [INCERTI.]
      • 16. [MENANDER.]
      • 17. [INCERTI.]
      • 18. [INCERTI.]
      • 19. [DIONYSIUS LYRINENSIS.]
      • 20. [INCERTI.]
      • 1. [INCERTI.]
      • 2. [INCERTI.]
      • 3. [MIMNERMUS.]
      • 4. [INCERTI.]
      • 5. [JUVENAL. SATIRE X. 278-286.]
      • 6. [MENANDER. FRAGM. CXXVIII.]
      • 7. [INCERTI.]
      • 1. [AUSONIUS. EPIST. XXIV. 115-16.]
      • 2. [AUSONIUS. EPIST. XXIII. 30-1; XXV. 5-9, 14, 17.]
      • 3. [PAULINUS. CARM. XI. 1-5; X. 189-92.]
      • 4. [PAULINUS. CARM. XXXI. 581-2, 585-90, 601-2, 607-12.]
      • 5. [AUSONIUS. EPIST. XXV. 50, 56-7, 60-2.]
      • 6. [PAULINUS. CARM. X. 110-331.]
      • 7. [PAULINUS.]
      • 8. [EPITAPH ON MARCELLINA.]
      • 9. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 3.]
      • 10. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 5.]
      • 11. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 12.]
      • 12. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 14.]
      • 13. [PAULINUS. CARM. XXVII. 387-92.]
      • 14. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 17.]
      • 15. [PAULINUS.]
      • 16. [PAULINUS (?). CARM. APP. I.]
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • 1. [HORACE. EPIST. I. 1, 14-5.]
      • 2. [INCERTI.]
      • 3. [INCERTI.]
      • 4. [JUVENAL. SATIRE XV. 160-164.]
      • 5. [JUVENAL. SATIRE XV. 169-171.]
      • 6. [INCERTI.]
      • 1. [THE LORD'S PRAYER.]
      • 1. [CAMPION. EPIGR. I. 151.]
      • 2. [GROTIUS. LIB. EPIGR. II.]
      • 3. [JUVENAL. SATIRE III.]
      • 4. [MARTIAL. EPIGR. I. 105.]
    • [TO CHARLES THE FIRST.]
    • 1. [HOMER. ILIAD, I. 255-6.]
    • 2. [AESCHYLUS. SEPTEM CONTRA THEBES, 600-1.]
    • 3. [EURIPIDES. ORESTES, 251-2.]
    • 4. [EURIPIDES. FRAGM. MLXXI.]
    • 5. [EURIPIDES. CRESPHONTES, FRAGM. CCCCLV.]
    • 6. [INCERTI.]
    • 7. [PINDAR. FRAGM. C.]
    • 8. [SOLON. FRAGM. XV.]
    • 1. [HOMER. ILIAD, XVII. 446-7.]
    • 2. [EURIPIDES. BACCHAE, 1170-4.]
    • 1. [ARIPHRON.]
    • 1. [DEATH.]
    • 2. [HADRIAN'S ADDRESS TO HIS SOUL.]
    • 3. [PAULINUS. CARM. APP. I. 35-40.]
    • 4. [ANEURIN. ENGLYNION Y MISOEDD, III. 1-4.]
    • 5. [INCERTI.]
    • 6. [JUVENAL. SATIRE XIII. 86-8.]
    • 7. [INCERTI.]
    • 8. [VIRGIL. GEORGICS, IV. 12-138.]
    • 9. [VIRGIL. AENEID, III. 515.]
    • 10. [VIRGIL. GEORGICS, II. 58.]
    • 1. [ANSELM.]
    • 1. [BISSELLIUS.]
    • 2. [AUGURELLIUS.]
    • 1. [INCERTI.]
    • 2. [LUCRETIUS, IV. 1012-1020.]
    • 3. [INCERTI.]
    • 4. [INCERTI.]
    • 5. [INCERTI.]
    • 6. [MAXIMUS.]
    • 7. [MAXIMUS.]
    • 8. [GREGORY NAZIANZEN.]
    • 9. [MARIUS VICTOR.]
    • 10. [INCERTI.]
    • 11. [THEODOTUS.]
    • 12. [INCERTI.]
    • 13. [INCERTI.]
    • 14. [INCERTI.]
    • 15. [INCERTI.]
    • 16. [MENANDER.]
    • 17. [INCERTI.]
    • 18. [INCERTI.]
    • 19. [DIONYSIUS LYRINENSIS.]
    • 20. [INCERTI.]
    • 1. [INCERTI.]
    • 2. [INCERTI.]
    • 3. [MIMNERMUS.]
    • 4. [INCERTI.]
    • 5. [JUVENAL. SATIRE X. 278-286.]
    • 6. [MENANDER. FRAGM. CXXVIII.]
    • 7. [INCERTI.]
    • 1. [AUSONIUS. EPIST. XXIV. 115-16.]
    • 2. [AUSONIUS. EPIST. XXIII. 30-1; XXV. 5-9, 14, 17.]
    • 3. [PAULINUS. CARM. XI. 1-5; X. 189-92.]
    • 4. [PAULINUS. CARM. XXXI. 581-2, 585-90, 601-2, 607-12.]
    • 5. [AUSONIUS. EPIST. XXV. 50, 56-7, 60-2.]
    • 6. [PAULINUS. CARM. X. 110-331.]
    • 7. [PAULINUS.]
    • 8. [EPITAPH ON MARCELLINA.]
    • 9. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 3.]
    • 10. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 5.]
    • 11. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 12.]
    • 12. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 14.]
    • 13. [PAULINUS. CARM. XXVII. 387-92.]
    • 14. [PAULINUS. VERSUS APUD EPIST. XXXII. 17.]
    • 15. [PAULINUS.]
    • 16. [PAULINUS (?). CARM. APP. I.]
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • 1. [HORACE. EPIST. I. 1, 14-5.]
    • 2. [INCERTI.]
    • 3. [INCERTI.]
    • 4. [JUVENAL. SATIRE XV. 160-164.]
    • 5. [JUVENAL. SATIRE XV. 169-171.]
    • 6. [INCERTI.]
    • 1. [THE LORD'S PRAYER.]
    • 1. [CAMPION. EPIGR. I. 151.]
    • 2. [GROTIUS. LIB. EPIGR. II.]
    • 3. [JUVENAL. SATIRE III.]
    • 4. [MARTIAL. EPIGR. I. 105.]
    • NOTES TO VOL. II.
      • POEMS WITH THE TENTH SATIRE OF JUVENAL ENGLISHED.
        • P. 5. To my Ingenious Friend, R. W.
        • P. 6. Randolph.
        • P. 8. Les Amours.
        • P. 10. To Amoret.
        • P. 12. Song.
        • P. 13. To Amoret.
        • P. 18. A Rhapsodis.
        • P. 21. To Amoret.
        • P. 23. To Amoret Weeping.
        • P. 26. Upon the Priory Grove, his usual Retirement.
        • P. 28. Juvenal's Tenth Satire Translated.
      • P. 5. To my Ingenious Friend, R. W.
      • P. 6. Randolph.
      • P. 8. Les Amours.
      • P. 10. To Amoret.
      • P. 12. Song.
      • P. 13. To Amoret.
      • P. 18. A Rhapsodis.
      • P. 21. To Amoret.
      • P. 23. To Amoret Weeping.
      • P. 26. Upon the Priory Grove, his usual Retirement.
      • P. 28. Juvenal's Tenth Satire Translated.
      • OLOR ISCANUS.
        • P. 52. Ad Posteros.
        • P. 53. To the ... Lord Kildare Digby.
        • P. 54. The Publisher to the Reader.
        • P. 57. Commendatory Verses.
        • P. 61. Olor Iscanus.
        • P. 65. The Charnel-house.
        • P. 70. To his Friend ——.
        • P. 73. To his retired Friend—an Invitation to Brecknock.
        • P. 77. Monsieur Gombauld.
        • P. 79. An Elegy on the Death of Mr. R. W., slain in the late unfortunate differences at Routon Heath, near Chester.
        • P. 83. Upon a Cloak lent him by Mr. J. Ridsley.
        • P. 86. Upon Mr. Fletcher's Plays.
        • P. 90. Upon the Poems and Plays of the ever-memorable Mr. William Cartwright.
        • P. 94. An Elegy on the Death of Mr. R. Hall, slain at Pontefract, 1648.
        • P. 97. To my learned Friend, Mr. T. Powell, upon his Translation of Malvezzi's "Christian Politician."
        • P. 99. To my worthy Friend, Master T. Lewes.
        • P. 100. To the most excellently accomplished Mrs. K. Philips.
        • P. 102. An Epitaph upon the Lady Elizabeth, Second Daughter to his late Majesty.
        • P. 104. To Sir William Davenant, upon his Gondibert.
        • P. 119. Cupido [Cruci Affixus].
        • P. 125. Translations from Boethius.
        • P. 144. Translations from Casimirus.
        • P. 158. Venerabili viro, praeceptori suo olim et semper colendissimo Magistro Mathaeo Herbert.
        • P. 159. Praestantissimo viro Thomae Poëllo in suum de Elementis Opticæ Libellum.
      • P. 52. Ad Posteros.
      • P. 53. To the ... Lord Kildare Digby.
      • P. 54. The Publisher to the Reader.
      • P. 57. Commendatory Verses.
      • P. 61. Olor Iscanus.
      • P. 65. The Charnel-house.
      • P. 70. To his Friend ——.
      • P. 73. To his retired Friend—an Invitation to Brecknock.
      • P. 77. Monsieur Gombauld.
      • P. 79. An Elegy on the Death of Mr. R. W., slain in the late unfortunate differences at Routon Heath, near Chester.
      • P. 83. Upon a Cloak lent him by Mr. J. Ridsley.
      • P. 86. Upon Mr. Fletcher's Plays.
      • P. 90. Upon the Poems and Plays of the ever-memorable Mr. William Cartwright.
      • P. 94. An Elegy on the Death of Mr. R. Hall, slain at Pontefract, 1648.
      • P. 97. To my learned Friend, Mr. T. Powell, upon his Translation of Malvezzi's "Christian Politician."
      • P. 99. To my worthy Friend, Master T. Lewes.
      • P. 100. To the most excellently accomplished Mrs. K. Philips.
      • P. 102. An Epitaph upon the Lady Elizabeth, Second Daughter to his late Majesty.
      • P. 104. To Sir William Davenant, upon his Gondibert.
      • P. 119. Cupido [Cruci Affixus].
      • P. 125. Translations from Boethius.
      • P. 144. Translations from Casimirus.
      • P. 158. Venerabili viro, praeceptori suo olim et semper colendissimo Magistro Mathaeo Herbert.
      • P. 159. Praestantissimo viro Thomae Poëllo in suum de Elementis Opticæ Libellum.
      • THALIA REDIVIVA.
        • P. 163. The Epistle-Dedicatory.
        • P. 164. Commendatory Verses.
        • P. 178. To his Learned Friend and loyal Fellow-prisoner, Thomas Powel of Cant[reff], Doctor of Divinity.
        • P. 181. The King Disguised.
        • P. 187. To Mr. M. L., upon his Reduction of the Psalms into Method.
        • P. 189. To the pious Memory of C[harles] W[albeoffe] Esquire.
        • P. 193. In Zodiacum Marcelli Palingenii.
        • P. 195. To Lysimachus.
        • P. 197. On Sir Thomas Bodley's Library.
        • P. 200. The Importunate Fortune.
        • P. 204. To I. Morgan, of Whitehall, Esq.
        • P. 211. To the Editor of the Matchless Orinda.
        • P. 213. Upon Sudden News of the Much Lamented Death of Judge Trevers.
        • P. 214. To Etesia (for Timander) The First Sight.
        • P. 224. Translations from Severinus.
        • P. 245. Pious Thoughts and Ejaculations.
        • P. 261. The True Christmas.
        • P. 267. De Salmone.
        • P. 272. The Bee.
        • P. 278. Daphnis.
      • P. 163. The Epistle-Dedicatory.
      • P. 164. Commendatory Verses.
      • P. 178. To his Learned Friend and loyal Fellow-prisoner, Thomas Powel of Cant[reff], Doctor of Divinity.
      • P. 181. The King Disguised.
      • P. 187. To Mr. M. L., upon his Reduction of the Psalms into Method.
      • P. 189. To the pious Memory of C[harles] W[albeoffe] Esquire.
      • P. 193. In Zodiacum Marcelli Palingenii.
      • P. 195. To Lysimachus.
      • P. 197. On Sir Thomas Bodley's Library.
      • P. 200. The Importunate Fortune.
      • P. 204. To I. Morgan, of Whitehall, Esq.
      • P. 211. To the Editor of the Matchless Orinda.
      • P. 213. Upon Sudden News of the Much Lamented Death of Judge Trevers.
      • P. 214. To Etesia (for Timander) The First Sight.
      • P. 224. Translations from Severinus.
      • P. 245. Pious Thoughts and Ejaculations.
      • P. 261. The True Christmas.
      • P. 267. De Salmone.
      • P. 272. The Bee.
      • P. 278. Daphnis.
      • FRAGMENTS AND TRANSLATIONS.
        • P. 289. From Eucharistica Oxoniensia.
        • P. 291. Translations from Plutarch and Maximus Tyrius.
        • P. 294. From the Mount of Olives.
        • P. 298. From Man in Glory.
        • P. 299. From Flores Solitudinis.
        • P. 307. From Primitive Holiness.
        • P. 322. From Hermetical Physic.
        • P. 323. From Cerbyd Fechydwiaeth.
        • P. 324. From Humane Industry.
      • P. 289. From Eucharistica Oxoniensia.
      • P. 291. Translations from Plutarch and Maximus Tyrius.
      • P. 294. From the Mount of Olives.
      • P. 298. From Man in Glory.
      • P. 299. From Flores Solitudinis.
      • P. 307. From Primitive Holiness.
      • P. 322. From Hermetical Physic.
      • P. 323. From Cerbyd Fechydwiaeth.
      • P. 324. From Humane Industry.
    • POEMS WITH THE TENTH SATIRE OF JUVENAL ENGLISHED.
      • P. 5. To my Ingenious Friend, R. W.
      • P. 6. Randolph.
      • P. 8. Les Amours.
      • P. 10. To Amoret.
      • P. 12. Song.
      • P. 13. To Amoret.
      • P. 18. A Rhapsodis.
      • P. 21. To Amoret.
      • P. 23. To Amoret Weeping.
      • P. 26. Upon the Priory Grove, his usual Retirement.
      • P. 28. Juvenal's Tenth Satire Translated.
    • P. 5. To my Ingenious Friend, R. W.
    • P. 6. Randolph.
    • P. 8. Les Amours.
    • P. 10. To Amoret.
    • P. 12. Song.
    • P. 13. To Amoret.
    • P. 18. A Rhapsodis.
    • P. 21. To Amoret.
    • P. 23. To Amoret Weeping.
    • P. 26. Upon the Priory Grove, his usual Retirement.
    • P. 28. Juvenal's Tenth Satire Translated.
    • OLOR ISCANUS.
      • P. 52. Ad Posteros.
      • P. 53. To the ... Lord Kildare Digby.
      • P. 54. The Publisher to the Reader.
      • P. 57. Commendatory Verses.
      • P. 61. Olor Iscanus.
      • P. 65. The Charnel-house.
      • P. 70. To his Friend ——.
      • P. 73. To his retired Friend—an Invitation to Brecknock.
      • P. 77. Monsieur Gombauld.
      • P. 79. An Elegy on the Death of Mr. R. W., slain in the late unfortunate differences at Routon Heath, near Chester.
      • P. 83. Upon a Cloak lent him by Mr. J. Ridsley.
      • P. 86. Upon Mr. Fletcher's Plays.
      • P. 90. Upon the Poems and Plays of the ever-memorable Mr. William Cartwright.
      • P. 94. An Elegy on the Death of Mr. R. Hall, slain at Pontefract, 1648.
      • P. 97. To my learned Friend, Mr. T. Powell, upon his Translation of Malvezzi's "Christian Politician."
      • P. 99. To my worthy Friend, Master T. Lewes.
      • P. 100. To the most excellently accomplished Mrs. K. Philips.
      • P. 102. An Epitaph upon the Lady Elizabeth, Second Daughter to his late Majesty.
      • P. 104. To Sir William Davenant, upon his Gondibert.
      • P. 119. Cupido [Cruci Affixus].
      • P. 125. Translations from Boethius.
      • P. 144. Translations from Casimirus.
      • P. 158. Venerabili viro, praeceptori suo olim et semper colendissimo Magistro Mathaeo Herbert.
      • P. 159. Praestantissimo viro Thomae Poëllo in suum de Elementis Opticæ Libellum.
    • P. 52. Ad Posteros.
    • P. 53. To the ... Lord Kildare Digby.
    • P. 54. The Publisher to the Reader.
    • P. 57. Commendatory Verses.
    • P. 61. Olor Iscanus.
    • P. 65. The Charnel-house.
    • P. 70. To his Friend ——.
    • P. 73. To his retired Friend—an Invitation to Brecknock.
    • P. 77. Monsieur Gombauld.
    • P. 79. An Elegy on the Death of Mr. R. W., slain in the late unfortunate differences at Routon Heath, near Chester.
    • P. 83. Upon a Cloak lent him by Mr. J. Ridsley.
    • P. 86. Upon Mr. Fletcher's Plays.
    • P. 90. Upon the Poems and Plays of the ever-memorable Mr. William Cartwright.
    • P. 94. An Elegy on the Death of Mr. R. Hall, slain at Pontefract, 1648.
    • P. 97. To my learned Friend, Mr. T. Powell, upon his Translation of Malvezzi's "Christian Politician."
    • P. 99. To my worthy Friend, Master T. Lewes.
    • P. 100. To the most excellently accomplished Mrs. K. Philips.
    • P. 102. An Epitaph upon the Lady Elizabeth, Second Daughter to his late Majesty.
    • P. 104. To Sir William Davenant, upon his Gondibert.
    • P. 119. Cupido [Cruci Affixus].
    • P. 125. Translations from Boethius.
    • P. 144. Translations from Casimirus.
    • P. 158. Venerabili viro, praeceptori suo olim et semper colendissimo Magistro Mathaeo Herbert.
    • P. 159. Praestantissimo viro Thomae Poëllo in suum de Elementis Opticæ Libellum.
    • THALIA REDIVIVA.
      • P. 163. The Epistle-Dedicatory.
      • P. 164. Commendatory Verses.
      • P. 178. To his Learned Friend and loyal Fellow-prisoner, Thomas Powel of Cant[reff], Doctor of Divinity.
      • P. 181. The King Disguised.
      • P. 187. To Mr. M. L., upon his Reduction of the Psalms into Method.
      • P. 189. To the pious Memory of C[harles] W[albeoffe] Esquire.
      • P. 193. In Zodiacum Marcelli Palingenii.
      • P. 195. To Lysimachus.
      • P. 197. On Sir Thomas Bodley's Library.
      • P. 200. The Importunate Fortune.
      • P. 204. To I. Morgan, of Whitehall, Esq.
      • P. 211. To the Editor of the Matchless Orinda.
      • P. 213. Upon Sudden News of the Much Lamented Death of Judge Trevers.
      • P. 214. To Etesia (for Timander) The First Sight.
      • P. 224. Translations from Severinus.
      • P. 245. Pious Thoughts and Ejaculations.
      • P. 261. The True Christmas.
      • P. 267. De Salmone.
      • P. 272. The Bee.
      • P. 278. Daphnis.
    • P. 163. The Epistle-Dedicatory.
    • P. 164. Commendatory Verses.
    • P. 178. To his Learned Friend and loyal Fellow-prisoner, Thomas Powel of Cant[reff], Doctor of Divinity.
    • P. 181. The King Disguised.
    • P. 187. To Mr. M. L., upon his Reduction of the Psalms into Method.
    • P. 189. To the pious Memory of C[harles] W[albeoffe] Esquire.
    • P. 193. In Zodiacum Marcelli Palingenii.
    • P. 195. To Lysimachus.
    • P. 197. On Sir Thomas Bodley's Library.
    • P. 200. The Importunate Fortune.
    • P. 204. To I. Morgan, of Whitehall, Esq.
    • P. 211. To the Editor of the Matchless Orinda.
    • P. 213. Upon Sudden News of the Much Lamented Death of Judge Trevers.
    • P. 214. To Etesia (for Timander) The First Sight.
    • P. 224. Translations from Severinus.
    • P. 245. Pious Thoughts and Ejaculations.
    • P. 261. The True Christmas.
    • P. 267. De Salmone.
    • P. 272. The Bee.
    • P. 278. Daphnis.
    • FRAGMENTS AND TRANSLATIONS.
      • P. 289. From Eucharistica Oxoniensia.
      • P. 291. Translations from Plutarch and Maximus Tyrius.
      • P. 294. From the Mount of Olives.
      • P. 298. From Man in Glory.
      • P. 299. From Flores Solitudinis.
      • P. 307. From Primitive Holiness.
      • P. 322. From Hermetical Physic.
      • P. 323. From Cerbyd Fechydwiaeth.
      • P. 324. From Humane Industry.
    • P. 289. From Eucharistica Oxoniensia.
    • P. 291. Translations from Plutarch and Maximus Tyrius.
    • P. 294. From the Mount of Olives.
    • P. 298. From Man in Glory.
    • P. 299. From Flores Solitudinis.
    • P. 307. From Primitive Holiness.
    • P. 322. From Hermetical Physic.
    • P. 323. From Cerbyd Fechydwiaeth.
    • P. 324. From Humane Industry.
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