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ib. Book II.,
326' Book III.,
ib. Book IV.,
328 Martial, Lib. v. Ep. xxi Si tecum, &c. 427
Lib. 2. Ep. xlvii. Vitam quæ faciunt,
330 Horat. Epodon. Bearus ille qui procul, &c. ib.
331 A paraphrase upon the tenth Epiftle of Hu-
race, Book I. Horace tv Fulcus Aristius, 429
ib Virg. Georg. Lib. ii. O fortunatos nimium,
334 Seneca, ex Thyeste, Ad ii. Chor. Stet qui-
338 | In the Discourse, by way of vision, concern-
339 ing che government of Oliver Cromwell, 432
340 | In leveral discourses by way of essays in verse
The Country Life,
349 VU. Of Avarice,
ib. VIII. The dangers of an honest man in much
350 IX. The Shortness of Life, and Uncertainty
358 The Author's Epitaph, upon himself yet alive,
ib. but withdrawn from the buty world to a
359 country life; to be supposed written on his
360 Latin Epitaph on the Author's Tombin West-
ib. The Epitaph, transcribed from the Author's
362 Tomb in Weitminster Abbey, attempted
THE WORKS OF WALLER.
468 XXIX. To my Lady Morton, on New-year's
day at the Louvre in Paris,
469 XXX. To a Fair Lady, playing with a snake, 485
ib. of the present greatness, and joint interest
of his Highness, and this nation,
Birth-day, after her happy recovery from
ib. a dangerous fickuel,
The was taking leave of the Court at Do-
the Copy of the Poem, intituled, Of a Tree
ing his Play, Pandora, from a Tragedy in-
475 to a Comedy, because not approved on the
ib. XXXVII. To a friend of the Author, a
person of honour, who lately writ a reli-
gious Book, imtituied, Historical Avplica-
tions, and Occasional Meditations upon
477 incomparable incomprehensible Poem, in-
titulcu the British Princes,
XL. To the King,
ib. XLI. To the Duchess, when he presented
this Book to her Royal Highness,
VI. VII, and VIII.
ib. IX. Sung by Mrs. Knight to her Majesty
ib. I. Prologue for the Lady Actors, spoken be-
fore King Charles II.,
by the King,
482 IV. Epilogue to the Maid's Tragedy. De-
signed upon the first alteration of the play,
ib. when the King only was left alive, 494
EPIGRAMS, EPITAPHS, &c.
ib. IV. An Epigram on a Painted Lady with ill
ib. / V. Epigram upon the Golden Medal, ib.
484 VI. Written on a Card that her Majekty
tore at Unire,
a silver pen,
PROLOGUES AND EPILOGUES.
496 Of Divine Love, a Poem in six cantos,
Of the Fear of God, in two cantos,
upon sight of the fifty-third Chapter of
Isaiah turned into verse by Mrs. Whar-
ib. On the Paraphrase on the Lord's Prayer,
written by Mrs. Wharton,
tin infcription upon the tomb of the only
WORKS OF BUTLER.
The Author's Life,
Part I. Canto I.
before the Duke of York, upon his
Satire upon the weakness and misery of
Satire upon the licentious age of Charles II. 6334
the foregoing Satire,
To the happy Munory of the most Renovn.
liberated about making Oliver King,
The Elephine in the Moon,
wauling, in the modern heroic way,
upon his incomparable Poem of the British
Palivode to the Honourable Edward
Poeni cf the British Princce,
covery from his madness,
proşiicly by ihc rules of the faciats.
WORKS OF DENHAM.
To the King,
On the Earl of Strafford's trial and death,
END OF VOLUME TOURTE