The Poems of John Donne, Volume II (of 2) Edited from the Old Editions and Numerous Manuscripts
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The Poems of John Donne, Volume II (of 2) Edited from the Old Editions and Numerous Manuscripts

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Table of Contents
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    • Volume I
  • THE POEMS OF JOHN DONNE
    • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • I
      • II
    • I
    • II
    • THE TEXT AND CANON OF DONNE'S POEMS
    • POEMS,
    • POEMS,
    • POEMS,
    • POEMS,
    • POEMS,
    • POEMS,
    • POEMS, &c.
    • POEMS
      • Epigram 84.
      • 13o September, 1632
      • CANON.
      • XXXII.
    • Epigram 84.
    • 13o September, 1632
    • CANON.
    • XXXII.
    • COMMENTARY.
      • THE PRINTER TO &c.
      • Page 3. Hexastichon Bibliopolae.
      • A Letter.
    • THE PRINTER TO &c.
    • Page 3. Hexastichon Bibliopolae.
    • A Letter.
    • SONGS AND SONETS.
      • Page 7. The Good-morrow.
      • Page 8. Song.
      • Page 10. The Undertaking.
      • Page 11. The Sunne Rising.
      • Page 12. The Indifferent.
      • Page 13. Loves Usury.
      • Page 14. The Canonization.
      • Page 16. The Triple Foole.
      • Page 17. Lovers Infiniteness.
      • Page 18. Song.
      • Page 20. The Legacie.
      • Page 21. A Feaver.
      • Page 22. Aire and Angels.
      • Page 23. Breake of day.
      • Page 24. The Anniversarie.
      • Page 25. A Valediction: of my name in the window.
      • Page 28. Twicknam Garden.
      • Page 29. A Valediction: of the Booke.
      • Page 33. Loves Growth.
      • Page 34. Loves Exchange.
      • Page 36. Confined Love.
      • Page 37. The Dreame.
      • Page 38. A Valediction: of Weeping.
      • Page 39. Loves Alchymie.
      • Page 40. The Flea.
      • De Vloy.
      • Page 41. The Curse.
      • Page 43. The Message.
      • Page 44. A Nocturnall, &c.
      • Page 47. The Apparition.
      • Page 48. The Broken Heart.
      • Page 49. A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning.
      • Page 51. The Extasie.
      • Page 55. Loves Diet.
      • Page 56. The Will.
      • Page 58. The Funerall.
      • Page 59. The Blossome.
      • Page 61. The Primrose, &c.
      • Page 62. The Relique.
      • Page 64. The Dissolution.
      • Page 66. Negative Love.
      • Page 67. The Prohibition.
      • Page 68. The Expiration.
      • Page 70. The Paradox.
      • A Paradox.
      • Page 71. Farewell to Love.
      • Page 71. A Lecture upon the Shadow.
      • Note on the music to which certain of Donne's songs were set.
      • Page 8. Song.
      • Page 23. Breake of Day.
      • Page 46. The Baite.
    • Page 7. The Good-morrow.
    • Page 8. Song.
    • Page 10. The Undertaking.
    • Page 11. The Sunne Rising.
    • Page 12. The Indifferent.
    • Page 13. Loves Usury.
    • Page 14. The Canonization.
    • Page 16. The Triple Foole.
    • Page 17. Lovers Infiniteness.
    • Page 18. Song.
    • Page 20. The Legacie.
    • Page 21. A Feaver.
    • Page 22. Aire and Angels.
    • Page 23. Breake of day.
    • Page 24. The Anniversarie.
    • Page 25. A Valediction: of my name in the window.
    • Page 28. Twicknam Garden.
    • Page 29. A Valediction: of the Booke.
    • Page 33. Loves Growth.
    • Page 34. Loves Exchange.
    • Page 36. Confined Love.
    • Page 37. The Dreame.
    • Page 38. A Valediction: of Weeping.
    • Page 39. Loves Alchymie.
    • Page 40. The Flea.
    • De Vloy.
    • Page 41. The Curse.
    • Page 43. The Message.
    • Page 44. A Nocturnall, &c.
    • Page 47. The Apparition.
    • Page 48. The Broken Heart.
    • Page 49. A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning.
    • Page 51. The Extasie.
    • Page 55. Loves Diet.
    • Page 56. The Will.
    • Page 58. The Funerall.
    • Page 59. The Blossome.
    • Page 61. The Primrose, &c.
    • Page 62. The Relique.
    • Page 64. The Dissolution.
    • Page 66. Negative Love.
    • Page 67. The Prohibition.
    • Page 68. The Expiration.
    • Page 70. The Paradox.
    • A Paradox.
    • Page 71. Farewell to Love.
    • Page 71. A Lecture upon the Shadow.
    • Note on the music to which certain of Donne's songs were set.
    • Page 8. Song.
    • Page 23. Breake of Day.
    • Page 46. The Baite.
    • EPIGRAMS.
    • THE ELEGIES.
      • Page 79. Elegie I.
      • Page 80. Elegie II.
      • Page 82. Elegie III.
      • Page 84. Elegie IV.
      • Page 86. Elegie V.
      • Page 87. Elegie VI.
      • Page 89. Elegie VII.
      • Page 90. Elegie VIII.
      • Page 92. Elegie IX.
      • Page 95. Elegie X.
      • Page 96. Elegie XI.
      • Elegie XII.
      • Page 104. Elegie XIII.
      • Page 105. Elegie XIV.
      • Page 108. Elegie XV.
      • Page 111. Elegie XVI.
      • Page 113. Elegie XVII.
      • Page 116. Elegie XVIII.
      • Page 119. Elegie XIX.
      • Page 122. Elegie XX.
      • Page 124. Heroicall Epistle. Sapho to Philaenis.
    • Page 79. Elegie I.
    • Page 80. Elegie II.
    • Page 82. Elegie III.
    • Page 84. Elegie IV.
    • Page 86. Elegie V.
    • Page 87. Elegie VI.
    • Page 89. Elegie VII.
    • Page 90. Elegie VIII.
    • Page 92. Elegie IX.
    • Page 95. Elegie X.
    • Page 96. Elegie XI.
    • Elegie XII.
    • Page 104. Elegie XIII.
    • Page 105. Elegie XIV.
    • Page 108. Elegie XV.
    • Page 111. Elegie XVI.
    • Page 113. Elegie XVII.
    • Page 116. Elegie XVIII.
    • Page 119. Elegie XIX.
    • Page 122. Elegie XX.
    • Page 124. Heroicall Epistle. Sapho to Philaenis.
    • EPITHALAMIONS.
      • Page 131. Ecclogue. 1613. December 26, &c.
    • Page 131. Ecclogue. 1613. December 26, &c.
    • SATYRES.
      • In Dacum.
      • In Titum
      • Canzon 20.
      • Page 145. Satyre I.
      • Page 149. Satyre II.
      • Page 154. Satyre III.
      • Page 158. Satyre IIII.
      • Page 168. Satyre V.
      • Page 172. Vpon Mr. Thomas Coryats Crudities.
      • Incipit Ioannes Dones.
      • Page 174. In Eundem Macaronicum.
    • In Dacum.
    • In Titum
    • Canzon 20.
    • Page 145. Satyre I.
    • Page 149. Satyre II.
    • Page 154. Satyre III.
    • Page 158. Satyre IIII.
    • Page 168. Satyre V.
    • Page 172. Vpon Mr. Thomas Coryats Crudities.
    • Incipit Ioannes Dones.
    • Page 174. In Eundem Macaronicum.
    • LETTERS TO SEVERALL PERSONAGES.
      • Page 175. The Storme.
      • Page 178. The Calme.
      • Page 180. To Sr Henry Wotton.
      • Ad Henricum Wottonum.
      • To J: D: from Mr H: W:
      • Page 183. To Sr Henry Goodyere.
      • [March 18. 162⅞ c.]
      • Page 185. To Mr Rowland Woodward.
      • Page 187. To Sr Henry Wootton.
      • Page 188. H: W: in Hiber: belligeranti.
      • Page 189. To the Countesse of Bedford.
      • Page 191. To the Countesse of Bedford.
      • Page 193. To Sr Edward Herbert. at Iulyers.
      • Page 195. To the Countesse of Bedford.
      • Page 198. To the Countesse of Bedford. On New-yeares day.
      • Page 201. To the Countesse of Huntingdon.
      • Page 203. To Mr T. W.
      • To Mr J. D.
      • Page 205. To Mr T. W.
      • Page 206. To Mr T. W.
      • To Mr T. W.
      • Page 207. To Mr R. W.
      • Page 208. To Mr C. B.
      • To Mr E. G.
      • Page 209. To Mr R. W.
      • Page 210. To Mr R. W.
      • Page 211. To Mr S. B.
      • Page 212. To Mr J. L.
      • To Mr B. B.
      • Page 213. To Mr I. L.
      • Page 214. To Sir H. W. at his going Ambassador to Venice.
      • Page 216. To Mrs M. H.
      • Page 218. To the Countesse of Bedford.
      • Page 221. A Letter to the Lady Carey, and Mrs Essex Riche, from Amyens.
      • Page 224. To the Countesse of Salisbury. 1614.
      • Page 227. To the Lady Bedford.
    • Page 175. The Storme.
    • Page 178. The Calme.
    • Page 180. To Sr Henry Wotton.
    • Ad Henricum Wottonum.
    • To J: D: from Mr H: W:
    • Page 183. To Sr Henry Goodyere.
    • [March 18. 162⅞ c.]
    • Page 185. To Mr Rowland Woodward.
    • Page 187. To Sr Henry Wootton.
    • Page 188. H: W: in Hiber: belligeranti.
    • Page 189. To the Countesse of Bedford.
    • Page 191. To the Countesse of Bedford.
    • Page 193. To Sr Edward Herbert. at Iulyers.
    • Page 195. To the Countesse of Bedford.
    • Page 198. To the Countesse of Bedford. On New-yeares day.
    • Page 201. To the Countesse of Huntingdon.
    • Page 203. To Mr T. W.
    • To Mr J. D.
    • Page 205. To Mr T. W.
    • Page 206. To Mr T. W.
    • To Mr T. W.
    • Page 207. To Mr R. W.
    • Page 208. To Mr C. B.
    • To Mr E. G.
    • Page 209. To Mr R. W.
    • Page 210. To Mr R. W.
    • Page 211. To Mr S. B.
    • Page 212. To Mr J. L.
    • To Mr B. B.
    • Page 213. To Mr I. L.
    • Page 214. To Sir H. W. at his going Ambassador to Venice.
    • Page 216. To Mrs M. H.
    • Page 218. To the Countesse of Bedford.
    • Page 221. A Letter to the Lady Carey, and Mrs Essex Riche, from Amyens.
    • Page 224. To the Countesse of Salisbury. 1614.
    • Page 227. To the Lady Bedford.
    • AN ANATOMIE OF THE WORLD.
    • AN ANATOMY of the World.
    • AN ANATOMY of the VVorld.
    • THE PROGRES of the Soule.
    • AN ANATOMY of the World.
    • THE PROGRES of the Soule.
    • AN ANATOMY OF THE World.
    • THE PROGRES of the SOVLE
      • The Anatomie of the World.
      • The Progresse of the Soule.
      • To the Praise of the Dead.
      • An Anatomie of the World.
      • A Funerall Elegie.
    • The Anatomie of the World.
    • The Progresse of the Soule.
    • To the Praise of the Dead.
    • An Anatomie of the World.
    • A Funerall Elegie.
    • OF THE PROGRESSE OF THE SOULE. THE SECOND ANNIVERSARIE.
    • EPICEDES AND OBSEQUIES, &c.,
      • Page 267. Elegie upon ... Prince Henry.
      • Page 271. Obsequies to the Lord Harrington, &c.
      • Page 279. Elegie on the Lady Marckham.
      • Page 282. Elegie on Mris Boulstred.
        • On the death of Mrs Boulstred.
      • On the death of Mrs Boulstred.
      • Page 284. Elegie.
      • Page 287. Elegie on the L. C.
      • Page 288. An hymne to the Saints, and to Marquesse Hamylton.
      • Page 293. INFINITATI SACRUM, &c.
    • Page 267. Elegie upon ... Prince Henry.
    • Page 271. Obsequies to the Lord Harrington, &c.
    • Page 279. Elegie on the Lady Marckham.
    • Page 282. Elegie on Mris Boulstred.
      • On the death of Mrs Boulstred.
    • On the death of Mrs Boulstred.
    • Page 284. Elegie.
    • Page 287. Elegie on the L. C.
    • Page 288. An hymne to the Saints, and to Marquesse Hamylton.
    • Page 293. INFINITATI SACRUM, &c.
    • THE PROGRESSE OF THE SOULE.
    • DIVINE POEMS.
      • Page 317. To E. of D.
      • To the Lady Magdalen Herbert, &c.
      • Page 318. La Corona.
      • Page 319. Annunciation.
      • Nativitie.
      • Page 320. Crucifying.
      • Page 321. Resurrection.
      • Page 322. Holy Sonnets.
      • Page 331. The Crosse.
      • Page 334. The Annuntiation and Passion.
      • Page 336. Good Friday.
      • Page 338. THE LITANIE.
      • Page 348. Upon the translation of the Psalmes, &c.
      • Page 351. To Mr. Tilman.
      • Page 352. A Hymne To Christ.
      • Page 354. The Lamentations of Jeremy.
      • Page 368. Hymn To God my God, in my sicknesse.
      • JOHANNES DONNE
      • Page 369. A Hymne To God the Father.
    • Page 317. To E. of D.
    • To the Lady Magdalen Herbert, &c.
    • Page 318. La Corona.
    • Page 319. Annunciation.
    • Nativitie.
    • Page 320. Crucifying.
    • Page 321. Resurrection.
    • Page 322. Holy Sonnets.
    • Page 331. The Crosse.
    • Page 334. The Annuntiation and Passion.
    • Page 336. Good Friday.
    • Page 338. THE LITANIE.
    • Page 348. Upon the translation of the Psalmes, &c.
    • Page 351. To Mr. Tilman.
    • Page 352. A Hymne To Christ.
    • Page 354. The Lamentations of Jeremy.
    • Page 368. Hymn To God my God, in my sicknesse.
    • JOHANNES DONNE
    • Page 369. A Hymne To God the Father.
    • ELEGIES UPON THE AUTHOR.
    • APPENDIX A. LATIN POEMS AND TRANSLATIONS.
      • Page 398. To Mr. George Herbert, &c.
      • Page 400. Translated out of Gazaeus, &c.
    • Page 398. To Mr. George Herbert, &c.
    • Page 400. Translated out of Gazaeus, &c.
    • PIA H I L A R I A VARIAQVE CARMINA
    • APPENDIX B. POEMS WHICH HAVE BEEN ATTRIBUTED TO DONNE.
      • Page 401. To Sr Nicholas Smyth.
      • Page 406. Satyre.
      • Page 407. An Elegie.
      • Page 412. An Elegie.
      • Page 417. To the Countesse of Huntington.
      • Page 422. Elegie.
      • Page 424. Psalme 137.
      • Page 429. Song.
    • Page 401. To Sr Nicholas Smyth.
    • Page 406. Satyre.
    • Page 407. An Elegie.
    • Page 412. An Elegie.
    • Page 417. To the Countesse of Huntington.
    • Page 422. Elegie.
    • Page 424. Psalme 137.
    • Page 429. Song.
    • APPENDIX C. I. POEMS FROM ADDITIONAL MS. 25707. Page 433.
    • II. POEMS FROM THE BURLEY MS. Page 437.
      • An Epitaph on Mr Richard Burbage the Player.
    • An Epitaph on Mr Richard Burbage the Player.
    • III. POEMS FROM VARIOUS MSS. Page 443.
    • SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES.
      • Page 368. Hymne To God my God, in my sicknesse.
      • ADDENDUM.
      • ERRATUM.
    • Page 368. Hymne To God my God, in my sicknesse.
    • ADDENDUM.
    • ERRATUM.
    • INDEX OF FIRST LINES.
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