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211 Rey. T. WASHBOURNE. Divine Poems, 1654. Health is the first good lent to men 124

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. Heart's-ease,a herb that sometimes 200

ANON. In Westminster Drollery, II, 1672. Hear, ye Virgins! and I'll teach .. 143

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. Hence, loathéd Melancholy!

PAGE I in these flowery meads would be 246

1. WALTON. Complete Angler, 3rd Ed., 1661. I never yet could see that face 248

A Cowley. Mistress, 1647. In my conceit, She would him 81

ANON. In Wit's Recreations, and

Ed., 1641. In sober mornings, do not thou 107

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. In the large book of Plays, you

Sir A. COKAYNE, Bart. Small Poems,

1658. Invest my head with fragrant rose 176

R. HEATH. Clarastella, 1650.
I pass all my hours in a shady old 242
King CHARLES II. The text as in
Westminster Drollery, I, 1671. At-
tributed to King CHARLES by Sir J.
HAWKINS, in his History of Music,

V, 482, Ed. 1776.
I prithee, let my heart alone

80 T. STANLEY. Poems, 1647 and 1651. I saw Eternity, the other night 183

H. VAUGHAN. Silex Scintillans, I,

1650. I saw fair Chloris walk alone

23 ANON. In Wit's Recreations, and

Ed., 1641. I sing of Brooks, of Blossoms, Birds 106

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. I swear, by Muscadell

173 W. CAVENDISH, Duke of NEWCASTLE. The Variety. Printed at the Hague

but published in London, 1649. It is not that I love you less

55 E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645 ;

Poems, 1645. I thought, I could not go astray... 210

Rev. T. WASHBOURNE, D.D. Divine

Poems, 1654
I wonder, why, by foul-mouthed ..

Sir A. COKAYNE, Bart. Small Poems,
1658.

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J. MILTON. Poems, 1645: The present text is from the 1673 Edition. Hence, vain deluding Joys!

15 J. MILTON. Poems, 1645: The present

text is from the 1673 Edition. Here, here, I live!

109 Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. Here lies Jonson with the rest

130 Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. Here's a Health unto his Majesty! 295

ANON. In J. PLAYFORD's Catch that catch can (the ist Ed. of The Pleasant Musical Companion), 1667. Her eyes, the glowworm lend thee! 141

Rev. R. Herrick. Hesperides, 1648. Her hair was curls of Pleasure and 191

M. CAVENDISH, Duchess of New-
CASTLE. Poems, 1653.
Her hair with Lover's Hopes curled 190

M. CAVENDISH, Duchess of New.
CASTLE. Poems, 1653.
Hic jacet John Shorthose

288 ANON. In Westminster Drollery, I, 1671. How sacred and how innocent .... 270

K. PHILIPS. Poems, 1667.

I charge thee, by those eyes of .... 216

ANON. In H. B. [H. BOLD)'s Wit a

Sporting, 1657. I could but see thee yesterday 147

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. I dare not ask a kiss !

130 Rev.R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. If I were dead, and, in my place 177

H. VAUGHAN. Poems, 1646. If to be absent, were to be

84 Col. R. LOVELACE. Lucasta, 1649. If youcan find a heart, sweet Love! 295

Sir P. ABERCROMBY. In H. LAWES'
Airs, III, 1669. (M.)
I have been in love, and in debt

264 A. BROME. In R. LEVERIDGE's Col.

lection of Songs, 1727: (M.) I have considered it! and find .... 179

H. VAUGHAN. Silex Scintillans, I, 1650. I have lost, and lately, these

110 Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.

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Lately, on yonder swelling bush .. 59

E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645;

Poems, 1645.
Let's now take our time

124
Rev. R. Herrick. Hesperides, 1648.
Live, live with me! and thou shalt 139

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.
Lord! Thou hast given me a cell.. 148

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.
Love, drunk the other day, knocked 92

Col. R. LOVELACE. Lucasta, Post-

hume Poems, 1659.
Love thee! good sooth, not I.. 275

Dr. H. HUGHES. In H. LAWES' Airs,
III, 1669. (M.)

PAGE
One asked me, Where the roses ..

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.
One silent night, of late

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.
From ANACREON.
0,
nightingale! that, on yon bloomy 2
J. MILTON. Poems, 1645. The present
text is from the 1673 Edition.
Only a little more

152
Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.
O, the brave Fisher's life!

ANON. In I. WALTON's Complete
Angler, 1653.
0, thou that swing'st upon the .... 86

Col. R. LOVELACE. Lucasta, 1649.
0, Years! and Age! farewell!

151
Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.

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Peace! babbling Muse !

51
E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645;
Poems, 1645.
Phillis! why should we delay

64
E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645;
Poems, 1645.
Poets may boast (as safely vain) 61

E. WALLER, M.P. Poems, 6th Ed.,

1694.
Poor Celia, once, was very fair.... 294

T. FLATMAN. Poems, 1674:
Preserve thy sighs, unthrifty Girl. 226
Sir W. DAVENANT, P.L. Poems, in

Works, 1673.
‘Prithee, tell me, Phillis !
ANON. In Westminster Drollery, II,
1672.

178

289

75

52

No! I will sooner trust the wind ..

T. STANLEY. Poems, 1647 and 1651.
Not caring to observe the wind

E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645;

Poems, 1645:
Not that I wish my Mistress

ANON. In Wit's Recreations, and
Ed., 1641.
Naw is the time for mirth!

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E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645;
Poems, 1645.
Reach, with your whiter hands, to 146

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.
Rebellious fools ! that scorn to

74
T. STANLEY. Poems, 1647 and 1651.
Romira! stay

72
J. HALL. Poems, Camb., 1646.
Roses, at first, were white

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.

120

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.

0, fly, my soul! What hangs upon 202
J. SHIRLEY. Imposture, in Six

Plays, 1653
0, Love! ife'er thou'lt ease a heart 296

J. CROWNE. History of Charles VIII,
1672.

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See! see! my Chloris comes in 274 The poor man fasts, because he has 83
Dr. H. HUGHES. In H. LAWES' Airs,

ANON. In Westminster Drollery, I,
III, 1669. (M.).

1671.
See, the Spring herself discloses.. 74 There's no dallying with Love 186
T. STANLEY. In J. GAMBLE's Airs,

Sir E. SHERBURNE. Salmacis, 1651.
1656. (M.).

They are all gone into the World.. 181
See, with what constant motion ..

94

H. VAUGHAN. Silex Scintillans, II,
Col. R. LOVELACE. Lucasta, 1649.

1655.
She's not the fairest of her name.. 41 They, that never had the use.. 63
ANON. In Choice Drollery, 1656.

E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645;
Shut not so soon! The dull-eyed.. 150 Poems, 1645.
Rey. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. Though clock

108
Since, Fortune! thou art become 82 Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.
ANON. In Wit's Recreations, and Though when I loved thee, thou

79
Ed., 1641.

T. STANLEY. Poems, 1647 and 1651.
Strange that such horror, and such 65 'Thou, Shepherd, whose intentive 208
E WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645;

A. TOWNSHEND. In H. LAWES' Airs,
Poems, 1645.

I, 1653. M.)
Sweet Western Wind 1 whose luck 121 Thou, that by ruin dost repair .... 214
Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.

J. CLEVELAND revived. Poems, 1659.
Thou that hast shot so many 175

R. HEATH. Clarastella, 1650.
Thus Love and War, and Age and 192

M. CAVENDISH, Duchess of NEW.
CASTLE. Poems, 1653.
Time is a feathered thing

225
J. MAYNE. Amorous War, in Two

Plays, 1658.
Take heed, boid Lover! Do not .. 277

Time was upon

151
Dr. H. HUGHES. In H. LAWES' Airs, Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.
III, 1669. (M.)

'Tis a child of Fancy's getting 174
Take heed, fair Chloris ! how you 278 R. HEATH. Clarastella, 1650.
Dr. H. HUGHES. In H. LAWES' Airs, 'Tis, in good truth, a most

231
III, 1669. (M.)

Sir W. DAVENANT, P.L. Unfortunate
Tell'me, lovely loving pair !

Lovers, in Works, 1673.
E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645 ; 'Tis not how witty, nor how free.. 291
Poems, 1645.

ANON. In Choice Drollery, 1656.
Tell me no more, how fair She is !

97

'Tis not your beauty can engage.. 53
H. KING, Bishop of CHICHESTER.

E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645 ;
Poems, 1657

Poems, 1645.
Tell me not, I my time misspend!. 29

'Tis said, as Cupid danced among 128
Sir J. EATON. In J. DRYDEN's Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.
Examen Poeticum (Miscellany Poems, 'Tis true, I have loved already.. 247
III), 1693.

A. COWLEY. Mistress, 1647.
Tell me not of a face that's fair .. 261 'Tis true, I never was in love 263
A. BROME. Songs, 1661.

A. BROME. Songs, 1661.
Tell me not, Sweet'! I am unkind..
85 'Tis Wine that inspires

193
Col. R. LOVELACE. Lucasta, 1649.

R. BOYLE, Earl of ORRERY. In H.
"Tell me tidings of my mother

204

LAWES' Airs, I, 1653. (M.).
J. SHIRLEY. Arcadia, 1640.

To these, whom Death again did. 168
That which ber slender waist

61 Rev. R. CRASHAW. Delights of the
E. WALLER, M.P. Poems, 1645.

Muses, in Steps to the 'Temple,' and
The forward youth, that would.. 232 Ed., 1648.
A. MARVELL, M.P. Works, III, 1776. To thy Lover

165
The glories of our blood and State 201 Rev. R. CRASHAW. Delights of the
J. SHIRLEY, Contention of Ajax and

Muses, in Steps to the 'Temple, and
Ulysses, 1659.

Ed., 1648.
The Hag is astride

125 To you, fair Ladies, now at land.. 267
Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648.

C. SACKVILLE, Earl of DORSET. The
The lark now leaves his wat'ry.... 226 authentic text, as printed by T. DURFEY
Sir W. DAVENANT, P.L. Poems, in in Wit and Mirth or pills to purge
Works, 1673.

Melancholy, V, 1714. (M.)

And in
The merry waves dance up and.... 257 Merry Musician, 1, 1716. '(M.)
A. COWLEY. Love's Riddle, 1638.

Tush! let them keep him, if they.. 49
The night is come, like to the day.. 33 ANON. In I. C. (J.COTGRAVE]'s Wit's
Sir T. BROWNE. Religio Medici, 1643.

Interpreter, 1655.

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IOI J. GRAHAM, Marquis of MONTROSE. În Scots Poems, ļii, published by J. Watson, at Edinburgh, 1711.

Victorious men of Earth! no more 203

J. SHIRLEY. Cupid and Death, 1653.

100

PAGE When on my sick bed I languish.. 293

T. FLATMAN. Poems, 1674. A. POPE was indebted to this poem, when writing his Vital Spark, 8C. When plate was at pawn, and fob 239

A. MARVELL, M.P. Poems of Affairs of State, I, 5th Ed., 1703. The four stanzas in square brackets first ap peared in Works, I, 1776. When Thirsis did the splendid eye 23 ANON. In Westminster Drollery,

II, 1672.
While I listen to thy voice

59
E. WALLER, M.P. Works, 1645 ;
Poems, 1645.
White though ye be; yet, Lilies 131

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. Whoe'er She be!..

Rev. R. CRASHAW. Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple and Ed., 1648. Why do ye weep, sweet babes ? 123

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. Why dost thou, all address deny 292

T. FLATMAN. Poems, 1674: Why, Shepherd, there's the Plot! 42

F. QUARLES. Shepherds' Oracles, 1646. Why should you swear, I am..

Col. R. LOVELACE. Lucasta, 1649. Why 's my friend so melancholy? 262

A. BROME. Songs, 1661. With a whip of lilies, Love

76 T. STANLEY. In J. GAMBLE'S Airs, 1656. (M.) Within this tomb, a Patriot lies.... 196

A. BRADSTREET. Several Poems,
Boston, N.E., 1678.
Wrong me no more!

77 T. STANLEY. Poems, 1651.

96

Wake all the dead! What ho! 230

Sir W. DAVENANT, P.L. Law against Lovers, in Works, 1673. Welcome, Maids of Honour!

142 Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. Well then, I now do plainly see 249

A. Cowley. Mistress, 1647:.
What Booker can prognosticate.;

36 M. PARKER. From the original Broad

side in the British Museum. What help of tongue need they. 202

J. SHIRLEY. Court Secret, in Six
Plays, 1653
What needs complaints ?

137 Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. What's a good conscience ? Echo 210

Rev. T. WASHBOURNE, D.D. Divine Poems, 1654 What shall I do, to be for ever .... 251

A. Cowley, Mistress, 1647;
What! Wilt thou pine, or fall away 280

Dr. H. HUGHES. În H. LAWES' Airs,
III, 1669. (M.)
When a Daffadil I see

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. When as the hand at Tennis plays 212

ANON. In I. C. [J. COTGRAVE]'s Wit's
Interpreter, 1655.
When Heaven's great Jove had
J. GRAHAM, Marquis of MONTROSE.
În Scots Poems, Ili, published by J.
WATSON, at Edinburgh, 1711.
When I beheld the Poet blind, yet 237

A. MARVELL, M.P. Miscellaneous
Poems, 1681.
When I consider, how my light is .

J. MILTON. Poems, 1645. The present
text is from the 1673 Edition,
When Love, with unconfined wings
Col. R. LOVELACE. Lucasta, 1649.
Birds, in l. 7, is misprinted Gods in the
text; but this error was corrected so
early as 1660, in Dr. J. WILSON's
Cheerful Airs. (M.)

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126

100

I

Ye have been fresh and green!....

Rev. R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. Yet once more, O, ye laurels; and

3 J. Milton. Poems, 1645. The present text is from the 1673 Edition. You are a Tulip, seen to-day

Rev, R. HERRICK. Hesperides, 1648. You boast, that you are beautiful

Sir A. COKAYNE, Bart. Small Poems, 1658. You, Ladies fair!

Sir A. COKAYNE, Bart. Small Poems, 1658. You'll ask, perhaps, Wherefore I.. 24 ANON. In Westminster Drollery, I, 1671.

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GLOSSARY AND INDEX.

woman.

Ist

Abercromby, Sir P., 295. Battening, 4, fattening. Cæsar, C. J., 294.
Above, 184, in Heaven.. Bayona, 8, in old maps of Camball (G. Chaucer; and
Alexander the Great, 102.

Galicia.

then J. Milton), 19.
Algarsife (G. Chaucer; and Beaumont, F., 221.

Cambridge, 37
then J. Milton), 19.

Adm'ral Beauty (Sir W. Cambuscan G. Chaucer;
Alice (Anon.', 286-288.

Davenant, P.L.), 231.

and then J. Milton), 19.
Alps, 251.

Bedlam! 25, foolish, insane Canace (G. Chaucer; and
Althea (Col. R. Lovelace),

then J. Milton), 19.
88, 89
Beet, 149, beet-root.

Candlemas Eve, 135,
Amanda (N. Hookes), 207. Bess, the viceroy Maid (lady's February
Amarantha (Col. R. Love- maid) (A. Cowley), 256. Carfax Church, Oxford, 214.
lace), 89, 90.

Bestead, 15, help, avail. A case! 179, a mere outside.
Amarilis (Dr. H. Hughes), Biancha (Rev. R. Herrick), Catharine (A. Cowley), 254.
280.

117.

Cato (Rev. R. Herrick), 107.
Amaryllis (J. Milton), 5. Bin, 163, are.

Catullus, C. V., 114.
Amintor (Dr. H. Hughes, A little Bin, 148, a small store Cavendish, Duchess of
274, 278, 279:
place, or cupboard.

Newcastle; M. [Lucas,
Amoret (H. Vaughan), 1774 Black Art, 280, necromancy.

afterwards), 190-192.
Amoret (E. Wåller, M.P.), Set up a Blind=blindage, 102, Cavendish, Duke of New.
56, 57:
a mantelet.

castle; W., 173:
Anarchus (F. Quarles), 42. Blue God, 84, Neptune. Celia (T. Flatman), 294.
Angle, 188, 246, fishing tackle. Booker, -, 36.

Celinda (T. Stanley), 79, 80.
Anne (A. Cowley), 254.

What boots it! 5, what profits Charles I, King, 27, 31, 36,
Anow, 7, enough.

it.

70, 71, 169-172.
Anthea (Rev. R. Herrick), A bought blush, 161, painting Charles I's noble aring at
110, 127
the face.

his execution, A. Marvell's
Ararat, 37:

Boyle, Earl of Orrery; R., description of, 234.
Fountain Arethuse, 6, Are-

193

Charles II, King, 239-242,
thusa in Ortygia.

Bradstreet, A. [Dudley, after. 295.
Aristotle, 252.

wards), 196.

Charles his Wain, 27, 36,
Audria (A. Cowley), 256. Brawl, 191, a French dance an allusion to the seven

resembling a Cotillon. bright stars in Ursa Major ;
Bridlington Quay, 274. and also to Charles I.
Brome, A., 261-264.

Chaucer, G., 19, 62.
Browne, Sir T., 33.

Cheerly, 11, cheerily.
Bryan, -, 246.

Dishonest victory at Che.
Buskinned, 19, tragic.

ronea, 2.
Butler, S., 245.

Cherry Isle, 150, a Lady's

lips.
Cherry ripel ripe! ripe!!

150, a street cry, here applied
To ban, 282, 283, curse.

to a Lady's lips.
Bands, 47, marriage banns

Chloris (Anon.), 23.
read in Church.

Chloris (Anon.), 205.
* A bandy ho!' 213, a term

Chloris (Sir J. Eaton), 29.
in the old game of tennis,

Chloris (T. Flatman', 292,
used when a ball was struck

293.
out of bounds.

Chloris (Dr. H. Hughes), 274,
Barrow, H., 45.

277-279.
Basse, W., 188, 189.

Cælia (T. Finch, Earl of Win-Chloris (A. Townshend), 208,
Batt{ = Bartholomew](Anon.), chilsea, 195-

Chloris (E. Waller, M.P.),
286-288.

Cælia (Col. Ř. Lovelace), 95. 59, 60, 66, 67.

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