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1. Earliest Editions of the Poeni
II. Origin of the Poem and History of irs Composition
III. Scheme and Meaning of the Poem .
Commendatory Verses, prefixed to the Second Edition
The Author's Preface: “Of that sort of Dramatic Poem called
The Argument, and the Persons
INTRODUCTIONS TO THE POEMS SEVERALLY :-
Part I.-Introductions to the English Poems
Part II.-Introductions to the Latin Poems
ley's Preface to the Edition of 1645 .
Paraphrases on Psalms CXIV and CXXXVI
On the Death of a Fair Infant dying of a Cough
At a Vacation Exercise in the College
- On the Morning of Christ's Nativity
An Epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester
Comus ; a Masque presented at Ludlow Castle, 1634 :.
Lawes's Dedication of the Edition of 1637 .
Sonnet II. On his having arrived at the Age of Twenty-three
Sonnet III. Donna leggiadra, &c. .
Sonnet IV. Qual in colle aspro, &c..
Sonnet V. Diodati (e t'l diro, &c.)
Sonnet VII. Giovane, piano, &c.
Sonnet VIII. When the Assault was intended to the City
Sonnet X. To the Lady Margaret Ley
. On the Detraction which followed upon my writing
On the New Forcers of Conscience
Sonnet XIII. To Mr. H. Lawes on His Airs
Sonnet XIV. On the Religious Memory of Mrs. Catherine
Sonnet XV. On the Lord General Fairfax
Sonnet XVI. To the Lord General Cromwell
Sonnet XVII. To Sir Henry Vane the Younger
L Sonnet XVIII. On the late Massacre in Piedmont .
Sonnet XIX. On His Blindness .
Sonnet XXI. To Cyriack Skinner
Sonnet XXIII. To the Memory of his Second Wife
The Fifth Ode of Horace, Lib. I.
Nine of the Psalms done into Metre, 1648
Eight of the Psalms done into Verse, 1653.
Elegia II. In obitum Præconis Academici Cantabrigiensis
Elegia III. In obitum Præsulis Wintoniensis . .
Elegia IV. Ad Thomam Junium, Præceptorum suum
Ad Carolum Diodatum, ruri commorantem
Elegia VII. Anno ætatis undevigesimo