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Paris Canto II.

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COLIN CLOUT'S COME HOME AGAIS.

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Canto Ill.

166

Dedication to the Righe Worthy and Nuble Canto IV.

172 Canto V.

Knight, Sir Walter Raleigh, Captain d ber Canto VI.

Majesty's Guard, Lord Warden the 184

Scanneries, and Lieutenant of the Crissy Canto VII.

190

of Cornwall,
Canto VIII.

196
Canto IX.
Canto X.

207

TIRGIL'S GNAT.
Canto XI.

213 Dedication to the Most Noble and Excele! Canto XII.

219 Lord, the Earl of Leicelter, Book IV. contayning the Legend of CAMBEL and TELAMOND, or of FRIENDSHIP, 224

THE SHEPHERD'S CALENDAR. Canto I.

225 Containing Twelve Æglogues, proportionable Canto Il.

231 to the Twelve Months. - Entituled to the Canto III.

237 Noble and Virtuous Gentleman, moit wor Canto IV.

242 thy of all Titles both of Learning and ChiCanto V.

247 valry, Master Philip Sidney.
Canto VI.
Canto VI.

January. Ægloga Prima,

237 Canto VIII.

262

Feruary. Ægloga Secunda,
Canto IX.

267

March. Ægloga Tertia,
Canto X.

April. Ægloga Quarto,

273
Canto XI.

May. Ægloga Quinta,
Canto XII.

285

June. Ægloga Sesta,

July. Æglcga Septima, Book V. contayning the Legend of Arts

Augusto Ægloga Octavo, GALL, or of Justice,

289 September. Ægloga Nona, Canto I.

291

October Ægloga Decima,
Canto II.

295

November. Ægloga Undecima,
Canto III.

301

December. Ægloga Duodecima, Canto IV.

305 Epilogue, Canto V.

311 Canto VI.

317

HYMNS.
Canto VII.

321
Canto VIII.

Dedication to the Right Honourable sed *Canto IX.

330

Molt Virtuous Lady, the Lady Margate Canto X,

Countess of Cumberland; and the Lady Canto XI,

340

Mary, Countess of Warwick,
Canto XII.

In Honour of Love,
347

In Honour of Beauty, Book VI. contayning the Legend of Six Ĉ..

Of Heavenly Love, LIDORE, or of COURTESTE,

352

Of Heavenly Beauty,
Canto I.

353
Canto II.

VISIONS
Canto HI.

363
Canto IV.

of Petrarch, Canto V.

of Bellay,

373
Canto VI.

Of the World's vanity,
Canto VII.

383
Canto VIII.

389

FROSO POPIA : OR, MOTİER HUB3E.D': PALL. Canto IX.

395 Canto X.

Dedication to the Right Honourable the Lady Canto XI.

405

Compron and Mounteagle, :
Canto XII.

411

Prothalamion : or, a Spousal Verse,

Epithalamion, Two Cantos of MUTABILITIE; which, both

Poems,
for Form and Matter, appear to be parcell Amoretti : or, Sonnets,
of some following Book of the Faery
Qucene, under the Legend of CONSTAN-

ELEGIAC POEMI.
CIE.
Canto VI.

415 | Daphnaida : an Elegy úpon the Death of Canto VII.

Noble and Virtuous Douglas Harri, Canto VIII, Unperfice,

427 Daughter and Heir of Henry Lord Hur

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ard, Viscount Byndon, and Wife of Arthur

THE RUINS OF TIME.
Gorges, Esquire.

Dedication to the Righe Noble and Beantiful
edication to the Right Honourable and

Lady, Mary, Countess of Pembroke, 564
Vertuous Lady Helena, Marchioness of The Ruins of Time,

565
Northampton,

537
strophel : a Pastoral Elegy upon the Death
of the Most Noble and Valorous Knight,

MUIPOTMOS: OR, THE FATE OF THE BUTTERFLY.
Sir Philip Sidney,

544 Dedication to the Right Worthy and Vertu-
edication to the Most Beautiful and Ver. ous Lady, thc Lady Carey,

572
tuous Lady, the Countess of Essex, ib. Muipotmos, &c.

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CONTEN T.9.

Page Section V. Erroñicous Opinions of the Crea- Section XXXI. That the Soul cáncot be detion of Souls,

689 stroyed, Section VI. That the Soul is not ex traduce, 690 Section XXXII. Obje&tions against the firuObjection. Answer,

mortality of che Soul, Be&tion VII. Reafons drawn from Nature, ib. Objection I. Answer, Section VIII, Reasons from Divinity,

Objection II. Answer, Section IX. Why the Soal is united to the

Objection III. Body,

692

Answer, Section X. In what manner the Soul is united

Obje&ion IV. Answer, to the Body,

693 Objection V. Answer, Section XI. How the Soul exercises her Section XXXIII, Three Kinds of Life anPowers in the Body,

ib. sweşable to the three Powers of the Soul, Section XII. The Vegitative Power in the Section XXXIV. The Conclusion, Soul,

'ib. Section XII. The Power of Sense,

ib. Section-XIV. Seeing,

ib.

HYMNS OF ASTREA, IN ACROSTIC VERSL. Sedion XV. Hearing,

1. Of Astrea, Sedion XVI. Taste,

ib.

II. To Aftrea, Section XVII. Smelling,

ib. III. To the Spring, Section XVIII. Fecling,

695 IV. To the Month of May, Sectiun -XIX. Of the Imagination, or Com

V. To the Lark, mon Sense,

ib.

VI. To the Nightingale, Section XX. Fantasy,

ib.

VII. To the Rose, Setron XXI. Sensitive Memory,

ib.

VIII. To all the Princes of Europe, Scaion XXII. The Pallion of the Sense, ib.

IX. To Flura,

ib. Sedion XXIII. Local Motion,

696 X. To the Month of September, Section XXI. The Intellectual Powers of

XI. To the Sun, the Soul,

ib. XII. To her Pidure, Sedion XXV. Wit, Reason, Understanding,

XIII. Of her Mind, Opinion, Judgment, Wisdom,

ib.

XIV. Of the Sun-beams of ber Mind, Section XXVI. Innate Ideas of the Soul, ib.

XV. Of her Wit, Section XXVII. The Power of Will, and Re

XVI. Of her Will, larion between the Wit and Will,

ib. XVII. Of her Memory, Section XXVIII. The Intellectual Memory, 697 XVIII. Of her Fancy, Section XXIX. The dependency of the Soul's

XIX. Of the Organs of her Mind, Faculties upon each other,

ib.

XX. Of the Parlions of her Heart, 909 Scdion XXX. That the Soul is Inmortal,

XXI. Of the innumerable Virtues of proved by several Reasons,

ib.

her Mind, Reason 1. Drawn from the desire of

XXI. Of her #isdom,

i. Knowledge, • 698 XXIII. Of her Justice,

703 Reason Jl. Drawn from the Motion of

XXIV. Of her Magnanimity, the Soul,

ib. XXV. Of her Moderation, Reafon III, From Contempt of Death in

XXVI. To Envy, the better Sort of Spirits,

699 Orchelra; or, a Poem exprefling the AntiReason IV. From the Fear of Death in

quiry and Excellency of Dancing. la : Wicked Souls,

ib, Dialogue between Penelope and one of her Reason V. From the general Desire of Wooers. Not finished. Immortality, 700 Dedication to the Prince,

711 Reason VI. From the very Doubt and Orchestra ; or, a Poem on Dancing, 712 Disputation of Immortality,

ib.

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