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Contents of the Second Wolume.

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A fight at sea famously fought by the Dolphin of London against

Five of the Turks' Men of War and a Satlee. (12 Jan. 1617.) 198
Captain JOHN SMITH. The present state of New England [i.e.,

1624]. (1626.) ...

ANDREW MARVELL, M.P. A Dialogue between the Resolved Soul

and Created Pleasure

Bermudas.

283

ABRAHAM COWLEY. The Wish. (1647.) ...

131

DAVID's Serenade to MICHAL, the daughter

of King SAUL. (1660.) ...

205

Sitting and Drinking in the chair made out
of the relics of Sir FRANCIS DRAKE's ship. (1663.)

269

D. DEFOE. The Education of Women. (1692.)

265

(J. WRIGHT.] The second generation of English professional Actors.

1625-1670 A.D. (Printed 1699.)

272

Rev T. PRINCE, M.A. A Chronological History of New England

in the form of Annals [down to 5 August 1633). Printed at
Boston N.E., in 1736 and 1754-5.

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Fools be they .....

242
Forgive me, Dear!

253
For lawyers......

82

For like as from this

52

For me, alas, I am 187
For where chaste love... 85
For though my sense ...

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A carver, having loved .. 252

Adjudge it to me .......... 58

A field there is

184
A fortress foiled.

84
A friend of mine .........

230
Ah, hair! how many

192
"Ah PHILIDA!"

82

Ah, wanton eyes!. 76

Ah, yet, ere I descend... 131
Alas, I lie ...........

194

Alas, she hath no other. 171

All as a sea, the world 87

All day their flocks

All joy, wealth

59
All my sense ...

190

All riches and kingdoms 57

All this fair, and cost 32

Although the heathen 83

Ambitious love ...........

81

Amid the seas............... 83

And for the great virtues 57
And have I heard... 175, 239
And I, Stable Honour... 57
And if I grant to that ... 87
And if I sleep

115
And where by wrong

55
And wise Paris............

60

An humble pride 185

A poisoned serpent 84

A quenchless fire

84

dre poets then

180
A Satyr once did run.... 178
As draws the golden 259
As for my mirth

180
As I beheld, I saw 82
A soul that knows......... 31
A stranger fish

183
As they of all most 139
Astronomers the heavens 252
At his sight, the sun...... 109
Awake, awake, my lyre 205
Ay me, poor wretch! 246

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Be still, my blessed 89

Blame not my heart ...... 229

But always one myself.. 187

But who, by hearsay 186

But being care

249

But eyes these beauties. 186

But fine conceits dares 80

But now to take

55

But shame will not ......

79

But since my thoughts.. 181

But since I have not...... 38

But Thou shalt live ...... 90

But who hath fancies 185

By that bedside.......... 83

Care for thy corps......... 89

Care for the world......... 89

Care for thy soul

89

Cheer up, my mates ! ... 259

Come learners then to me 187

Come to me grief 92, 93

Constance PENELOPE ... 84
Courage, my Soul......... 30

Dead ! no, no................ 93

Dear to my soul! then.. 247

Each day, new proofs ... 243
Earth cannot show

31

Else I with roses

116

Eternal twins, that 223

Everything does seem ... 31

Evil haps do fill............ 175

Fair by inheritance 264

Fair! seek not to be...... 177

Fair Sun ! if you would 238

Falsely doth Envy 232

Fare Grace of Graces !... 256

Farewell, false Love! 84

Finding those beams 182

Fire, burn me quite ...... 170

Fly low, dear love ! ...... 230

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No more in thy

190

No! No! Another

58

No, no, no, no

189

None hither mounts..... 32

No princely port .........

78

Nor think the match

193
Now here to be

56
Now thy sweetness 190
Nulli se decit mulier 176
Observe not sins

86
O fair ! O sweet !... 172, 173
Of an Athenian young.. 240
Of body small

54
O fountains ! when

131
Of ships, by shipwreck.. 184
Oft have I mused ......182, 245
Of this grace, with bliss 193
O happy who thus

82
One sun unto my

251

O no ! O no !.......... 187

On sandy bank, of late.. 192

On these downy pillows. 30

O that I might declare 80

O that most rare breast !

93
O this it is!

179

Our passions be............ 87

JUPITER, a strange
JUPITER, this apple

57
57

Lady! in beauty

235

Leave me, O love! 195

Let dirige be sung...... 194

Like as the dove ......... 177

Like to the silly Sylvan 188

Lo! lo! my little Babe ! 90

Look then and die 186
Love have I followed 255
Love in my bosom .....
Love ye who list

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115

Passing beauty ...... 59
Peak hath a cave

184
Persever ever and have.. 261
Pity refusing my poor ... 237
Prefer me, and I shall ... 58
Pride and Ambition ..... 132
Prometheus for stealing. 250
Prometheus, when first.. 178
Prostrate, O LORD!...

86

Queen Anne, behold 56
Queen Anne so gentle... 59
Queen Anne ! whom 56
Qui sceptra savus duro 177

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Ready to seek out death 243
Resolved to love

229

Right so, dear Lady!... 52

Ring out your bells

193

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So far hath fond Desire 79
Sometimes in verse ......

263

Sound is the knot .. 85

Spy ! if you can

107

Stay Nymphs! We then 108

Still the fairest are his... 109

Susanna fair

87
Sweet hand! the sweet. 238
Sweet Lady! As for 180
Sweetness ? sweetly. 191
Sweet Sovereign .......... 241

76

"Lully, lully, my baby!" 172

Tell me, 0 hair of gold. 192

That store of such......... 91

The Bruertons have.

....... 183

The cause is this

77
The compass is a mind 87
The Court and cart

75

The earth, her Ears ...... 184

'The First Created held.. 256
The Fire to see ........... 170
The fowler hides

237
The gods did storm ...... 77
The golden ball........... 60
The golden mean .........

176
Their dealings plain...... 81
The match that's made... 85
The nightingale- 171
Then, good APOLLO! 180
The pious wanderer's ... 270
Therefore, Lady VENUS 58
There should these

88

The richest relic Rome.. 244

The scourge of life ...175, 239

These ladies striving 77

These wonders

185

The sun his......

235
The sun unto my life's... 251
The virtues all

54
The winds most oft 176
The wonders ..............

86

The world will do't 271

They to the beamy suns 188

Thine eye, the glass.. 231
This White Falcon

54
This gentle bird

54

Thou blind man's mark.. 195

Though AMARILLIS 76
Though present times ... 176
Though ye had a will

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Thou shalt know

32

Thou Pain! the only 175, 239
Thou wilt persever ever 259
Three Kings, this King 90
Thus do I fall to rise 188

Make much of us

85

Mine eye, with all 231

Mine eyes the strait...... 184

Most excellent Queen ... 52

Much sorrow in itself ... 232

My eyes presume ........ 79
My gentler rest is on ... 31
My God, my God ......... 255

My hand doth not" 179

My heart, mine Eye 254

My Lady's presence...... 233

My lake is Sense .........

183
My mind to me ...........

78

My mistress lowers 179

My muse therefore 179

My reason absent ......... 236

My ship Desire ; .........

184
My sheep are lost......... 76
My tears are true: ...... 262
My wealth is health...... 79

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SIDNEY, the hope

92
She never dies

185

She that will but now ... 108

"Since, baby mine !" ... 172

Since shunning pain 169, 239

Since ye heard his

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Sleep, baby mine

172
Sleep, sleep again......... 206

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Near Wilton sweet ......

Needs must I leave .......

183

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