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in the Country..
ib. Epilogue.-As charms are nonsense, nonsense
before King Charles II. By the Lady Eli-
To the Earl of Roscommon, on his Essay The Dream
To the Earl of Roscommon, occasioned by his On the Death of a Lady's Dog
The Poet's Complaint of his Muse; or, a from Scotland, in the Year 1682
Strephon's Love for Delia, justified. In an
Cruelty and Lust, An epistolary Essay. ib.
To Mr. Edward Howard, on his incompar Kootting
Epilogue on the Revival of Ben Jonson's Song.-Phillis, the fairest of Love's foes ib.
Play, called Every Man in his Humour ib. Song.-Dorinda's sparkling wit and eyes...... ib.
On the Countess of Dorchester, Mistress to Song.-Corydon beneath a willow....
On the Marriage of George Prince of Den The Nature of Dreams
A Poem, dedicated to the blessed Memory of Idyllium
Epigram.-Written in a Lady's Table-Book .. ib. The Despairing Lover........
Elegy.-The Petition. In Imitation of Ca-
VERSES IN IRAISE OF DRYDEN.
From Addison's Account of the English Poets. ib. To Mr. Dryden, upon his l'ranslation of the
well, written after his Funeral
VIII. To Mr. Soutberne, on his Comedy
called The Wives' Excuse
IX. To Henry Higden, Esq. on his Trans-
Hon, Sir Robert Howard
The Art of Poetry. In Four Cantos :
V. On the Death of Amyntas. A pasto-
VI. On the Death of a very young Gen-
XII. On the Memory of a fair maiden
Lady, who died at Bath, and was
encouraging his first Play... 590 II. On the young Statesmen ....
ib. II. A Song for St. Cecilia's Day...... ib,
VI. The Lady's Song
ib. XVI. An Epilogue for the King's House. ib.
XIII. Song, from Tyrannic Love
610 XXII. Prologue to the University of Ox-
ford, spokeu by Mr. Hart at the
who being crossed by their friends,
XXV. Prologue to the University of Ox-
new House, March 26, 1674 ib XX-X. Prologue to the King and Queen,
VI. Epilogue intended to have been spoken XXXII. Epilogue to the same
XII. Epilogue to a Tragedy called Tamer XXXIX. Prologue to Albumazar
ib. XL. An Epilogue.--You saw our wife
was chaste though throughly