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The Mistress, or seven AL copies of love-verses.

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Clad all in White ............................... 105

Leaving me, and then loving many ... ib.

My Heart discovered.................. 106

Answer to the Platonics...... .................... ib.

The vain Love. Loving one first because sh
could love Nobody, afterwards loving her
with Desire .. -------------- -------------- ib.

The Soul........ 107

The Passions ib.

Wisdom ........ ib.

The Despair 108

The Wish... ib.

My Diet ... ib.

The Thief ... ib.

All-over Love .. 109

Love and Life .. ib.

The Bargain ib.

The long Life .. ib.

| Counsel .................. 110

Resolved to be beloved ... ib.

The same................. --- ib.

The Discovery..... ib.

Against Fruition ... ... 1 11

Love undiscovered ... ib.

The given Heart... ib.

The Prophet ..... ib.

The Resolution .... 112

Called Inconstant .. ib.

| The Welcome....... ib.

The Heart fled again.. ib.

| Women's Superstition. ib.

The Soul ........ ----- 113

Echo ........... ib.
The rich Rival .. ib."

NAgainst Hope ..... ib. -

* For Hope........... 1 14-

Love's Ingratitude . ib.

The Frailty ........ ib.

Coldness ... ib.

Enjoyment ib.

Sleep ...... 115

Beauty... ib.

The Parting.. ib.

My Picture ....... 116

The Concealment .... ib.

The Monopoly .... ib.

The Distance ..... ib.

The Increase ..... . . ib.

Love's Visibility ............... ---------------- ..... 117

Looking on, and discoursing with, his Mis-

tress............................... ------- .......... ib.

Resolved to love . ib.

My Fate ... ... ....... ib.

The Heart-breaking . 118

The Usurpatiou ....... ib.

Maidenhead.. ib.

Impossibilities. ib.

Silence............. 119

The Dissembler .. ib.

The Inconstant .. ib.

The Constant .. ib.

Her Name .. 120

Weeping ..... ib.

Discretion ........ ib.

The Waiting-Maid. ib.

Counsel ........... 121

The Cure........... ib.

The Separation ib.

The Tree............................ ................. ib.

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mittee .................... ------- - ----------------- 248 Thomas Killegrew ....... ------------------------ 2

To the five Members of the Honourable House An Occasional imitation of a Modern Author

of Commons, the Humble Petition of the upon the Game of Chess........................ 252

Poets ...................... - - ------------- ........ 249 || The Passion of Dido for Æneas ... ib.

A Western Wonder ......... ... ib. Of Prudence .... ---- ----- - - . 254

A Second Western Wonder ... . ib. Of Justice ........................... ... 257

News from Colchester........................ . .... 250 The Progress of Learning ........ ... 258

A Song.—Morpheus, the humble god, that Of Old Age. Cato, Scipio, Lelius ... 259

dwells ..................... .................. ... ib. The First Part ............... ... 260

On Mr. John Fletcher's Works ........ .... ... 251 The Second Part.... ... 262

To Sir Richard Fanshaw, upon his Translation The Third Part .... ...... 265

of Pastor Fido................ ------------- ....... ib. The Fourth Part ........................ ...... 265

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POEMS OF MILTON.

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson......... ..... 271 Book VII. ................... ... “.................. 393

An Inquiry into the Origin of Paradise Lost, VIII. . .... 398

by Mr. Todd ........... ----------- --------------- 317 IX. . ... 403

X. ... ... 412

comMENDATony verses on Milton. XI. ... . 421

- - - - XII. .......................... ........ 428
In Paradisum Amissam summi Poetae Johannis Appendix to Paradise Lost, containing Plans
Miltoni. By Dr. Samuel Barrow............ 343 of similar Subjects, intended for Tragedies

On Paradise Lost. By Andrew Marvel......: ib. by Milton: from his own MS. in Trinity
To Mr. John Milton, on his Poem entitled College, Cambridge.... ......................... 434
Paradise Lost. By F. C. 1680 ................ 344 c o

By Dryden ............. --------------------- :::::::: ib. paradise regained.

From an Account of the Greatest English

Poets ............ -------------------- --------------- ib. l Book I. ... ............................ ------------- ... 435

Address to Great Britain. From Thomson's II. ... 440

Summer ........................................... 345 III. ... 444

Ode to the Muse. From Akenside .. ib. IV. ............ --- ------------------ ---------- ... 448

Dalton's Prologue to Comus, 1738............... * | Samson Agonistes. A Dramatic Poem ......... 453

Dr. Johnson's Prologue to the Mask of Comus, Appendix to Samson Agonistes, containing

acted at pury:Lane Theatre, April 5, 1750, Plans of other Subjects, intended for Trage-

for the Benefit of Milton's Grand-daugh- dies by Milton: from his own MS. in Trinity

ter................................................... ib. College, Cambridge... ... 468

From Gray's Progress of Poesy ... “ p. Lycidas............ ---- ... 472

Qde on the Poetical Character. From Collins. ib. L'Allegro.... ... 475

Ode to Memory. By Mason........... ------- “. 349 Il Penseroso................... . 476

From the Rev. Thomas wharton's Address to Arcades. Part of a Mask ... ..................... 477

the present Queen on her Marriage ....... ... ib. Song I. Look, nymphs and shepherds, look. ib.

From the Description of Night in the same II. O'er the smooth enamell'd green... 478

Author's Pleasures of Melancholy .......... .ib. III. Nymphs and shepherds, dance no
From Hayley's Essay on Epic Poetry, Epist. Inore............. ----------------- ... ib.

III..................... .... ------------------------- * | Dedication to Comus............................. ... 479

From Cowper's Table Talk... • ‘b. | The Copy of a Letter written by Sir Henry

Cowper's Author's Task, B.IIs................... ib. Wootton, to the Author, upon his Poem.
From the Poetical Works of William Preston, Comus ............................................. ib.

Esq. Dublin, 1793. ........... .................. ib: |Account of Ludlow Castle, by Mr. Todd...... 480

From Poems and Plays by Mrs. West, 1799. 347 | Origin of Comus, by Mr. warton............... 482

Comus. A Mask, presented at Ludlow Castle,

Paraloise Lost. 1634, before John Earl of Bridgewater, then

Book I. ... 349 President of Wales.............................. 485

II. . 355

III. . 364 sonNets.

IV. . 370 I. To the Nightingale ............. .......... 500

V. .... . 379 II. Donna leggiadra, ib cuibel nome ho-

VI. ............. 386 nora...... ............................. ib.

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XVII. To Sir Henry Vane, the Younger...... ib.
XVIII. On the late Massacre in Piemont .... ib.
XIX. On his Blindness...................... ... ib.
XX. To Mr. Lawrence ... ... ib.

XXI. To Cyriack Skinner . 504

XXII. To the same .......... --- . ib.

XXIII. On his deceased Wife .................. ib.

Original Various Readings of the Sonnets,
from the Cambridge MS........ ---------------- ib.

Appendix to the Sonnets ....... ---------- - ----- . 505

oldes.

On the Morning of Christ's Nativity........... -

The Hymn ...... --

The Passion..... - - --

Upon the Circumcision ............................

On the Death of a fair Infant dying of a Cough ib.

On Time ........................ --------------------- 51()

At a Solemn Music ................................. ib.

An Epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester ib.

Song on May Morning ............. --------------- 511

Original various Readings of the Ode at a

solemn Music.................................... ib.

Miscell ANIEs.

Anno Ftatis XIX. At a Vacation Exercise in

the College .......................... . ----------- 512

An Epitaph on the admirable Dramatic Poet,

W. Shakspeare........ ---------------------------- 513

On the University Carrier, who sickened in the

Time of his Vacancy, being forbid to go to

London, by reason of the Plague ............ ib.

Another on the same .............................. ib.

On the New Forcers of Conscience under the

Long Parliament........... ---------------------- ib.

Occasional Various Readings on the Forcers

of Conscience ........... ..... ------------------- 514

translations.

Johan N is Miltoni LONDINENS is PoEMATA.

elegianum rider.

Eleg. I. Ad Carolum Deodatum............ ------ 524

II. Anno AEtatis 17. In obitum Praeconis

Academici Cantabrigiensis ... ..... 525

III. Anno AEtatis 17. In obitum Praesulis
Wintoniensis............ .............. ib.

IV. Anno AEtatis 18. Ad Thomam Junium

praeceptorem suum, apud merca-

tores Anglicos Hamburgae agentes

Pastoris munere fungentem ... ...... 526

V. Anno AEtatis 20. In adventum veris . 527

WI. Ad Carolum Deodatum ruri commo-

- rantern .................................. 528

VII. Anno Etatis 19................. ..... .... 529

Epicramniatu M i.i.eer.

I. In Proditionem Bombardicam ........... 530

II. In eandem ............... ..... - ib.

III. In eandam . ib.

IV. In eandem ................... ib.

V. In Inventorem Bombardae ...... ib.

VI. Ad Leonoram Romae camentem ... ib.

VII. Ad eandem ........... ----------- ........... ib.

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