Minor Poems of Michael Drayton
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Minor Poems of Michael Drayton

By Michael Drayton
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  • MINOR POEMS OF MICHAEL DRAYTON
  • CHOSEN AND EDITED BY CYRIL BRETT
    • OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 1907
  • CONTENTS
  • CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF DRAYTON'S LIFE AND WORKS
  • INTRODUCTION
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • SONNETS
    • [from the Edition of 1594]
      • To the deere Chyld of the Muses, and his euer kind Mecænas, Ma. Anthony Cooke, Esquire
      • Amour 1
      • Amour 2
      • Amour 3
      • Amour 4
      • Amour 5
      • Amour 6
      • Amour 7
      • Amour 8
      • Amour 9
      • Amour 10
      • Amour 11
      • Amour 12
      • Amour 13
      • Amour 14
      • Amour 15
      • Amour 16
      • Amour 17
      • Amour 18
      • Amour 19
      • Amour 20
      • Amour 21
      • Amour 22
      • Amour 23
      • Amour 24
      • Amour 25
      • Amour 26
      • Amour 27
      • Amour 28
      • Amour 29
      • Amour 30
      • Amour 31
      • Amour 32
      • Amour 33
      • Amour 34
      • Amour 35
      • Amour 36
      • Amour 37
      • Amour 38
      • Amour 39
      • Amour 40
      • Amour 41
      • Amour 42
      • Amour 43
      • Amour 44
      • Amour 45
      • Amour 46
      • Amour 47
      • Amour 48
      • Amour 49
      • Amour 50
      • Amour 51
      • FINIS.
    • To the deere Chyld of the Muses, and his euer kind Mecænas, Ma. Anthony Cooke, Esquire
    • Amour 1
    • Amour 2
    • Amour 3
    • Amour 4
    • Amour 5
    • Amour 6
    • Amour 7
    • Amour 8
    • Amour 9
    • Amour 10
    • Amour 11
    • Amour 12
    • Amour 13
    • Amour 14
    • Amour 15
    • Amour 16
    • Amour 17
    • Amour 18
    • Amour 19
    • Amour 20
    • Amour 21
    • Amour 22
    • Amour 23
    • Amour 24
    • Amour 25
    • Amour 26
    • Amour 27
    • Amour 28
    • Amour 29
    • Amour 30
    • Amour 31
    • Amour 32
    • Amour 33
    • Amour 34
    • Amour 35
    • Amour 36
    • Amour 37
    • Amour 38
    • Amour 39
    • Amour 40
    • Amour 41
    • Amour 42
    • Amour 43
    • Amour 44
    • Amour 45
    • Amour 46
    • Amour 47
    • Amour 48
    • Amour 49
    • Amour 50
    • Amour 51
    • FINIS.
  • [from the Edition of 1599]
    • Sonet 1
      • Sonet 2
      • To the Reader of his Poems
      • Sonet 3
      • Sonet 5
      • Sonet 8
      • Sonet 9
      • Sonet 10
      • Sonet 11
      • To the Moone
      • Sonet 12
      • Sonet 13
      • Sonet 14
      • To the Soule
      • Sonet 21
      • Sonet 22
      • Sonet 23
      • To the Spheares
      • Sonet 24
      • Sonet 25
      • Sonet 27
      • Sonet 29
      • To the Sences
      • Sonet 30
      • To the Vestalls
      • Sonet 31
      • Sonet 34
      • To Admiration
      • Sonet 43
      • Sonet 44
      • Sonet 45
      • Sonet 55
      • Sonet 56
      • A Consonet
      • Sonet 57
      • To Lucie Countesse of Bedford
      • Sonet 58
      • To the Lady Anne Harington
    • Sonet 2
    • To the Reader of his Poems
    • Sonet 3
    • Sonet 5
    • Sonet 8
    • Sonet 9
    • Sonet 10
    • Sonet 11
    • To the Moone
    • Sonet 12
    • Sonet 13
    • Sonet 14
    • To the Soule
    • Sonet 21
    • Sonet 22
    • Sonet 23
    • To the Spheares
    • Sonet 24
    • Sonet 25
    • Sonet 27
    • Sonet 29
    • To the Sences
    • Sonet 30
    • To the Vestalls
    • Sonet 31
    • Sonet 34
    • To Admiration
    • Sonet 43
    • Sonet 44
    • Sonet 45
    • Sonet 55
    • Sonet 56
    • A Consonet
    • Sonet 57
    • To Lucie Countesse of Bedford
    • Sonet 58
    • To the Lady Anne Harington
  • [from the Edition of 1602]
    • Sonnet 12
      • To Lunacie
      • Sonnet 17
      • Sonnet 25
      • To Folly
      • Sonnet 27
      • Sonnet 31
      • Sonnet 41
      • Sonnet 58
      • To Prouerbe
      • Sonnet 63
      • To the high and mighty Prince, James, King of Scots
      • Sonnet 66
      • To the Lady L.S.
    • To Lunacie
    • Sonnet 17
    • Sonnet 25
    • To Folly
    • Sonnet 27
    • Sonnet 31
    • Sonnet 41
    • Sonnet 58
    • To Prouerbe
    • Sonnet 63
    • To the high and mighty Prince, James, King of Scots
    • Sonnet 66
    • To the Lady L.S.
  • [from the Edition of 1605]
    • Sonnet 43
      • Sonnet 46
      • Sonnet 47
      • Sonnet 50
      • Sonnet 51
      • Sonnet 57
      • Sonnet 58
      • To Sir Walter Aston, Knight of the honourable order of the Bath, and my most worthy Patron
    • Sonnet 46
    • Sonnet 47
    • Sonnet 50
    • Sonnet 51
    • Sonnet 57
    • Sonnet 58
    • To Sir Walter Aston, Knight of the honourable order of the Bath, and my most worthy Patron
  • [from the Edition of 1619]
    • 1
      • 6
      • 8
      • 15
      • His Remedie for Loue
      • 21
      • 27
      • 36
      • Cupid coniured
      • 48
      • 52
      • 61
    • 6
    • 8
    • 15
    • His Remedie for Loue
    • 21
    • 27
    • 36
    • Cupid coniured
    • 48
    • 52
    • 61
  • ODES
    • [from the Edition of 1619]
      • To Himselfe and The Harpe
      • To The New Yeere
      • To His Valentine
      • The Heart
      • The Sacrifice To Apollo
      • To Cvpid
      • An Amovret Anacreontick
      • Loves Conqvest
      • To The Viriginian Voyage
      • An Ode Written In The Peake
      • His Defence Against The Idle Critick
      • To His Rivall
      • A Skeltoniad
      • The Cryer
      • To His Coy Love
      • A Canzonet
      • A Hymne To His Ladies Birth-Place
      • To The Cambro-Britans and their Harpe, his Ballad of Agincovrt
    • To Himselfe and The Harpe
    • To The New Yeere
    • To His Valentine
    • The Heart
    • The Sacrifice To Apollo
    • To Cvpid
    • An Amovret Anacreontick
    • Loves Conqvest
    • To The Viriginian Voyage
    • An Ode Written In The Peake
    • His Defence Against The Idle Critick
    • To His Rivall
    • A Skeltoniad
    • The Cryer
    • To His Coy Love
    • A Canzonet
    • A Hymne To His Ladies Birth-Place
    • To The Cambro-Britans and their Harpe, his Ballad of Agincovrt
  • [from the Edition of 1606]
    • Ode 4
      • To my worthy frend, Master John Sauage of the Inner Temple
      • Ode 8
    • To my worthy frend, Master John Sauage of the Inner Temple
    • Ode 8
  • ELEGIES VPON SVNDRY OCCASIONS
    • [from the Edition of 1627]
      • Of his Ladies not Comming to London
      • To Master George Sandys
      • Treasurer for the English Colony in Virginia
      • To my noble friend Master William Browne, of the euill time
      • Vpon the three Sonnes of the Lord Sheffield, drowned in Hvmber
      • To the noble Lady, the Lady I.S. of worldly crosses
      • An Elegie vpon the death of the Lady Penelope Clifton
      • Vpon the noble Lady Astons departure for Spaine
      • To my most dearely-loued friend Henery Reynolds Esquire, of Poets & Poesie
      • Vpon the death of his incomparable friend Sir Henry Raynsford of Clifford
      • Vpon the death of the Lady Olive Stanhope
      • To Master William Ieffreys, Chaplaine to the Lord Ambassadour in Spaine
      • Vpon the death of Mistris Elianor Fallowfield
    • Of his Ladies not Comming to London
    • To Master George Sandys
    • Treasurer for the English Colony in Virginia
    • To my noble friend Master William Browne, of the euill time
    • Vpon the three Sonnes of the Lord Sheffield, drowned in Hvmber
    • To the noble Lady, the Lady I.S. of worldly crosses
    • An Elegie vpon the death of the Lady Penelope Clifton
    • Vpon the noble Lady Astons departure for Spaine
    • To my most dearely-loued friend Henery Reynolds Esquire, of Poets & Poesie
    • Vpon the death of his incomparable friend Sir Henry Raynsford of Clifford
    • Vpon the death of the Lady Olive Stanhope
    • To Master William Ieffreys, Chaplaine to the Lord Ambassadour in Spaine
    • Vpon the death of Mistris Elianor Fallowfield
  • NIMPHIDIA
    • THE COVRT OF FAYRIE
      • FINIS.
    • FINIS.
  • THE QVEST OF CYNTHIA
    • FINIS.
  • THE SHEPHEARDS SIRENA
    • FINIS.
  • THE MVSES ELIZIVM
    • The Description of Elizium
      • The first Nimphall
      • Rodope and Dorida.
      • The second Nimphall
      • Lalvs, Cleon, and Lirope.
      • The third Nimphall
      • Doron. Naijs. Cloris. Claia. Dorilvs. Cloe. Mertilla. Florimel.
      • With Nimphes and Forresters.
      • The fourth Nimphall
      • Cloris and Mertilla.
      • The fift Nimphall
      • Claia, Lelipa, Clarinax a Hermit.
      • The sixt Nimphall
      • Silvivs, Halcivs, Melanthvs.
      • The seuenth Nimphall
      • Florimel, Lelipa, Naijs, Codrvs a Feriman.
      • The eight Nimphall
      • Mertilla, Claia, Cloris.
      • The ninth Nimphall
      • Mvses and Nimphs.
      • The tenth Nimphall
      • Naiis, Claia, Corbilvs, Satyre.
    • The first Nimphall
    • Rodope and Dorida.
    • The second Nimphall
    • Lalvs, Cleon, and Lirope.
    • The third Nimphall
    • Doron. Naijs. Cloris. Claia. Dorilvs. Cloe. Mertilla. Florimel.
    • With Nimphes and Forresters.
    • The fourth Nimphall
    • Cloris and Mertilla.
    • The fift Nimphall
    • Claia, Lelipa, Clarinax a Hermit.
    • The sixt Nimphall
    • Silvivs, Halcivs, Melanthvs.
    • The seuenth Nimphall
    • Florimel, Lelipa, Naijs, Codrvs a Feriman.
    • The eight Nimphall
    • Mertilla, Claia, Cloris.
    • The ninth Nimphall
    • Mvses and Nimphs.
    • The tenth Nimphall
    • Naiis, Claia, Corbilvs, Satyre.
  • SONGS FROM THE 'SHEPHERD'S GARLAND'
    • [From the Edition of 1593]
      • From Eclogue ij
      • From Eclogue iij
      • From Eclogue iv
      • From Eclogue vij
      • From Eclogue viij
    • From Eclogue ij
    • From Eclogue iij
    • From Eclogue iv
    • From Eclogue vij
    • From Eclogue viij
    • [From the Edition of 1605]
      • From Eclogue ij
      • From Eclogue ij
    • From Eclogue ij
    • From Eclogue ij
    • [From the Edition of 1606]
      • From Eclogue vij
      • From Eclogue ix
      • From Eclogue ix
      • From Eclogue ix
    • From Eclogue vij
    • From Eclogue ix
    • From Eclogue ix
    • From Eclogue ix
  • APPENDIX
    • From England's Helicon (1600) p. 97.
      • Rowlands Madrigall.
      • FINIS.
      • From T. Morley's First Book of Ballets (1595).
      • Mr. M.D. to the Author.
      • Prefixed to Christopher Middleton's Legend of Humphrey Duke of Gloucester (1600).
      • To his friend, Master Chr. M. his Booke.
      • Prefixed to John Davies of Hereford; Holy Roode (1609).
      • To M. Iohn Davies, my good friend.
      • Prefixed to Sir David Murray's Sophonisba &c. (1611).
      • To my kinde friend Da: Murray.
      • Among the Panegyrical Verses before Coryat's Crudities (1611).
      • Incipit Michael Drayton.
      • A briefe Prologue to the verses following.
      • Prefixed to William Browne's Britannia's Pastorals (1613).
      • To his Friend the Avthor.
      • Prefixed to Chapman's Translation of Hesiod's Georgics (1618).
      • To my worthy friend Mr. George Chapman, and his translated Hesiod.
      • Prefixed to Book ij. of Primaleon, &c. Translated by Anthony Munday (1619).
      • OF THE WORKE and Translation.
      • From Annalia Dubrensia (1636).
      • TO MY NOBLE Friend Mr. Robert Dover, on his braue annuall Assemblies vpon Cotswold.
    • Rowlands Madrigall.
    • FINIS.
    • From T. Morley's First Book of Ballets (1595).
    • Mr. M.D. to the Author.
    • Prefixed to Christopher Middleton's Legend of Humphrey Duke of Gloucester (1600).
    • To his friend, Master Chr. M. his Booke.
    • Prefixed to John Davies of Hereford; Holy Roode (1609).
    • To M. Iohn Davies, my good friend.
    • Prefixed to Sir David Murray's Sophonisba &c. (1611).
    • To my kinde friend Da: Murray.
    • Among the Panegyrical Verses before Coryat's Crudities (1611).
    • Incipit Michael Drayton.
    • A briefe Prologue to the verses following.
    • Prefixed to William Browne's Britannia's Pastorals (1613).
    • To his Friend the Avthor.
    • Prefixed to Chapman's Translation of Hesiod's Georgics (1618).
    • To my worthy friend Mr. George Chapman, and his translated Hesiod.
    • Prefixed to Book ij. of Primaleon, &c. Translated by Anthony Munday (1619).
    • OF THE WORKE and Translation.
    • From Annalia Dubrensia (1636).
    • TO MY NOBLE Friend Mr. Robert Dover, on his braue annuall Assemblies vpon Cotswold.
  • NOTES
    • ERRATA
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