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Canto VI.

............ 216 The Visions of Petrarch, formerly translated.

VII.

219 1591....

374

VIII.

223 Daphnaida : An Elegie upon the Death of the

IX.

227 Noble and Vertuous Douglas Howard,

X.

230 Daughter and Heire of Henry, Lord How-

XI.

235 ard, Viscount Byndon, and Wife of Arthur

XI.

239 Gorges, Esquier

375

Book V. The Legend of Artegall, or of Justice. Colin Clout's come bome again. 1595

380

Canto I.

245 Astrophel.— A Pastoral Elegie upon the Death

II.

245 of the most noble and valourous Knight,

III.

249 Sir Philip Sidney ....

387

IV,

252 The dolefull Lay of Clorinda

389

V.

256 | The mourning Muse of Thestylis

390

VI.

260

A pastorall Aeglogue upon the Death of Sir

VII.

263

Philip Sidney, Knight, &c.

392

VIII.

266 An Elegie, or Friend's Passion, for his Astro-

IX.

270

phill. Written upon the Death of the Right

X.

Honourable Sir Philip Sidney, Knight, Lord

XI.

276

Governour of Flushing

393

XII.

281 An Epitaph upon the Right Hon. Sir Pbilip

Book VI. The Legend of Sir Calidore, or of Sidney, Knight

395

Courtesie,

Another of the same

396

Canto I.

286 Prothalamion: or a Spousall Verse

397

II.

289

III.

293 AMORETTI, OR SONNETS; AND EPITHALAMION.

IV.

296

G. W. Senior, to the Author

399

V.

299

VI.

302

ib.

G. W. Junior, to the Author

VII.

305

Amoretti, &c. ......

ib.

VIII.

Sonnets collected from the original Publica-

309

tions in which they appeared...

410)

IX.

313

Poems ....

411

X.

316

XI.

412

Epithalamion

319

XII.

323

HYMNES.

Two Cantos of Mutability, under the Legend

of Constancie.

Dedication

413

Canto VI.

326 Hymn I. In Honour of Love .........

ib.

VIL.

330

II. In Honour of Beautie..

418

Ill. On Heavenly Love ......

420

MISCELLANIES.

IV. Of Heavenly Beautie .....

.................... 423

Muiopotmos: or the Fate of the Butterflie.

BRITTAIN'S IDA,

1590......

336

The Ruines of Time. 1591

340 | Dedication, by Thomas Walkley

425

The Teares of the Muses. 1591

346 Canto I.

ib.

Virgil's Gnat. 1591

351

II.

426

Prosopopoia : or, Mother Hubberd's Tale.

Ill. ..................................... 427

1591

357 IV.

428

The Ruines of Rome: by Bellay. 1591...... 567

V.

ib.

Visions of the World's Vanitie. 1591

371 VI.

429

The Visions of Bellay. 1591

372 Glossary to Spenser's Works

431

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571

bis Boat two Women (of whom he loved The Prologue

ib.

the one that disdained him, and scorned Songs from the same

572

the other who affected him) was by Com- Ode.-Now each creature joys the other 573

mandment from Neptune to cast out one of Ulysses and the Syren

ib.

them, to appease the Rage of the Tem- Dedication of the Queen's Arcadia. A Pas-

pest, but which was referred to his own

toral Tragi-Comedy

574

Choice

ib. In the Vision of the Twelve Goddesses ... ib.

Musophilus : containing a general Defence of Song from the same

Learning

533 Dedication of the Tragedy of Cleopatra

Sonnets to Delia
541 Chorusses from the same ....

576

A Pastoral ....

549 Dedication of the Tragedy of Philotas. 579

Chorusses from the same

ib.

*•...... 575

ib.

.

THE

POEMS

OF

EDMUND SPENSER.

VOL III.

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