Hesperides: Or, Works Both Human and Divine, Volumes 1-2

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Clarke, 1844
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Contents

To his Book
34
To his Book
35
To his Book
36
Upon his Verses
37
To the Sour reader
38
To Joseph Lord Bishop of Exeter
39
Lyric for Legacies
40
AMATORY ODES
41
A Hymn to Venus and Cupid
43
The Dream
44
Upon Julias Hair in a Golden Net
45
The Nightpiece
46
The Bleeding Hand or the Sprig of Eglantine given to a Maid
47
The Changes to Corinna an expostulation
48
To his Mistress objecting to him neither toying or talking
49
To Silvia to wed
50
Ixxvi A Hymn to Love
63
Ixxxix The suspicion upon his overmuch familiarity with a Gentlewoman
71
Upon Love
72
To Groves
73
To the Virgins to make much of time
74
Impossibilities To my Friend
75
To the Maids to walk abroad
76
Upon Julias Sweat
77
The Primrose
78
Kissing Usury
79
To Carnations A Song
80
To Dianeme
81
To Anthea
82
eix Upon a Delaying Lady
83
What kind of Mistress he would have
84
Upon the loss of his Mistress
85
To Electra
86
Loves play at push pin
87
The Kiss A Dialogue
88
Lips Tongneless
89
The Apron of Flowers
90
cxxiu The Frozen Heart
91
To Dianeme
92
cxxyiii To his Mistress
93
No spouse but a sister
94
To Julia
95
The Wounded Heart
96
To Dews A Song
97
The Lawn
98
To Julia
99
To all young men that love
100
A meditation for his Mistress
101
His Eecantation
102
The lily in a crystal
103
To Pansies
105
His misery in a mistress
106
Upon Cupid
107
Upon a black twist rounding the arm of the Countess of Carlisle
108
Upon Love
109
To the most fair and lovely Mistress Ann Soame now Lady Abdie
110
Upon Love Ill clxvi The Bracelet to Julia
111
The Admonition
112
On Himself
113
Love lightly pleased
114
Jtf o luck in love
115
Upon Sappho sweetly playing and sweetly singing
116
To Anthea
117
A Song upon Silvia
118
Upon Himself liy clxxxvi Art above Nature To Julia
119
Upon Irene
120
The delaying Bride
121
The Bracelet of Pearl To Silvia
122
To Elecira
123
How his soul came ensnared
124
Upon Love
125
The Rainbow or curious Covenant
126
ChopCherry
127
An Hymn to Cupid
128
Upon Mistress Susanna Southwell Her cheeks
129
The Head ache
130
His parting from Mrs Dorothy Keneday
131
The Scarlire
133
On Julias picture
134
Upon Himself
135
How Pansies or Heartsease came first
136
ecxxvi To Mistress Amy Potter
137
ecxxix Upon Himself
138
Clothes do but cheat and cozen us
139
A Caution
140
A defence of Women
141
A vow to Venus
142
To Bianca to bless him
154
To Julia
155
A Bacchanalian Verse To Ben Jonson
156
To Sir Clipseby Crew
157
To Phillis to love and live with him
158
A Kiss
159
To live merrily and to trust to good verses
160
On Himself
162
To Bacchus A Canticle
163
To Sappho
164
To Music 16S cclxxxiv The Vision
165
Best to be Merry
166
A Frolic 187
167
A Bacchanalian Verse
168
Courage Cooled
169
Anacreontic
170
Upon Cupid
171
The cheat of Cupid or the ungentle guest
172
The Bag of the Bee
173
A Dialogue between Horace and Lydiatrans lated anno 1627 and set to Music by Ho Ramsey
174
The Vision
175
The Apparition of his Mistress calling him to Elysium
176
To M Kellam
178
The Cloud
179
The Welcome to Sack
180
His Farewell to Sack
183
How he would drink his Wine
184
His embalming to Julia
185
To Julia
186
To Silvia
187
To Julia the Flaminica Dialis or QueenPriest
188
To the Water Nymphs drinking at the fountain
189
The Jimmall Ring or the Truelove Knot
190
The wounded Cupid
191
Lovers how they come and part
192
eccxxxvii The Tithe To the Bride
196
Connubii Flores or the Wellwishes at Weddings
204
No action hard to Affection 126
126
Loss from the least 127
127
Ill Government 128
128
Griefs 129
129
Mans dyingplace uncertain 130
130
No man without Money 131
131
Money gets the Mastery IM
136
i ing IV
137
Reverence to li ichcs 1M cclxxx Devotion makes the Deity IM
138
Expenses Exhaust 139
139
ecxci No BasMuloesi in Begging IM
140
ccxcU False Mourning UO ccc Merits make the Man Ml
141
Sufferance
142
Distrust 143
143
Gentleness 144
144
Foolishness 145
145
After Autumn Winter 14fi cccxxxvi A Good Death 148
146
ENCOMIASTIC VERSES
147
To his Muse
148
cccxllii The Poets good wishes for the most hopeful and handsome Prince the Duke of York 149
149
To the Rt Hon Mildmay Earl of Westmoreland 150
150
cecxlvi Another 151
151
To the Right Honourable Philip Earl of Pem broke and Montgomery 152
152
To the Queen 153
153
To his Peculiar Friend Sir Edward Fish Knight 154
154
To the Right Gracious Prince Lodwick Duke of Richmond and Lenox 155
155
To his Worthy Friend M Tho Falconhridge 156
156
To Mistress Katharine Bradshaw 157
157
To his Kinswoman Mrs Penelope Wheeler 158
158
To the Patron of the Poets M End Porter 159
159
To the King to cure the evil 160
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161
161
To Doctor Alabaster 162
162
To his Worthy Kinsman Mr Stephen Soame 168
163
Life is the Bodys Light 213
213
Happiness to Hospitality 214
214
The Sacrifice 215
215
The Transfiguration 216
216
To the Passenger 217
217
Poetry perpetuates the Poet 218
218
The Honeycomb 219
219
To Julia 220
220
To the reverend shade of his religious father 221
221
diil Discontents in Devon 222
222
Comfort to a youth that had lost his love 223
223
To Perenna 224
224
To Laurels 225
225
Upon M E Wheelerunder thename of Amarillis 226
226
Fair shows deceive 227
227

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