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Ode IV, On the uncertainty of Fortune. A transa
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V. In Commendation of the time we live under,

the reign of our gracious king Charles 91
VI. Upon the Shortness of Man's Life

92
.An Answer to an Invitation to Cambridge 93

MISCELLANIES.

101

102

The Motto

95
Ode. Of Wit

97
To the Lord Falkland, for his fafe Return from the
Northern Expedition against the Scoté.

99
On the Death of Sir Henry Wootton
On the Death of Mr. Jordan, Second Master at West-

minster School
On his Majesty's Return out of Scotland

104
On the Death of Sir Anthony Vandyke, the famous
Painter

107
Prometheus ill-painted

108
Ode

109
Friendship in absence
To the Bishop of Lincoln, upon his enlargement out

of the Tower
To a Lady who made Pofies for Rings

114
Prologue to the Guardian: before the Prince 116
The Epilogue

117
On the Death of Mr. William Hervey

ibid.
Ode. In Imitation of Horace's Ode

123
In Imitation of Martial's Epigram

124
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The Chronicle. A Ballad

Page 115
To Sir William Davenant, upon his two first books

of Gondibert, finished before his voyage to Ame-
rica

129
An Answer to a copy of Verses sent me to Jersey 130
The Tree of Knowledge, that there is no knowledge.
Against the Dogmatists

132
Reason. The use of it in divine matters

134
On the Death of Mr. Crashaw

136

ANACREONTIQUES : OR, SOME COPIES OF
VERSES TRANSLATED PARAPHRASTI.

CALLY OUT OF ANACREON.

143

1. Love

139
II. Drinking

140
III. Beauty

141
IV. The Duel

142
V. Age
VI. "The Account

ibid.
VII. Gold.

145
VIII. The Epicure

146
IX. Another

ibid.
X. The Grasshopper

148
XI. The Swallow

149
Elegy upon Anacreon, who was choaked by a grape-
fone

150

VERSES WRITTEN ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS.

167

Christ's Passion, taken out of a Greek Ode, written by Ms. Masters of New College in Oxford

Page 155 Ode on Orinda's Poems

158 Ode upon occasion of a copy of Verses of my Lord Broghill's

16т Ode. Mr. Cowley's Book presenting itself to the University Library of Oxford

164 Ode. Sitting and drinking in the Chair made out of

the Relicks of Sir Francis Drake's Ship Upon the Death of the Earl of Balcarres

170 Ode. Upon Dr. Harvey.

173 Ode, from Catullus. Acme and Septimius 176 Ode upon

his Majesty's Restoration and Return 179 On the Queen's repairing Somerset-House

195 The Complaint

199 On Colonel Tuke's Tragi-Comedy, “ The Adventures of Five Hours"

205 On the Death of-Mrs. Katharine Philips

206 Hymn to Light To the Royal Society

214 Upon the Chair made out of Sir Francis Drake's

Ship, presented to the University Library of Oxford,

by John Davis of Deptford, Efquire Prologue to The Cutter of Colman Street

210

220

222

THE

THE MISTRESS, OR SEVERAL COPIES OF

LOVE-VERSES.

236

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The Request

Page 223 The Thraldon

225 The Given Love

226 The Spring

229 Written in juice of Lemon

231 Inconftancy

233 Not Fair

234 Platonick Love

235 The Change Clad all in White

237 Leaving me, and then loving many My Heart discovered

239 Answer to the Platonicks

240 The Vain Love. Loving one firft because the could

love Nobody, afterwards loving her with Defire 241 The Soul

243 The Passions Wisdom

247 The Despair

248 The Wish

249

251 The Thief

252 All-over Love

253 Love and Life

254 The Bargain

255 The

246

My Diet

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