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To the Lady Callemain, upon her encourag-
ing his first Play,

137

SONGS, CDES, AND A MASQU'L.
To Mr. Lee, on his Alexander,

138

The Fair Stranger, a song,
To the Earl of Roscon mo!, on his excellent

The Young Statelman,
Essay on Translated Verse,

A Song is St. Cecilia's Day, 1687,
To the Duchess of York, on her Return from

The Tears o! Amyntas for the Death of D3-
Scotland, in the Year 1682,

140
mon, a Song,

Iές
A Letter to Sir George Etherege,

141

A Song,
To Mr. Southern, on his Comedy called the

The Lady's Songs
Wives Excuse,

142

A Song,
To Henry Higden Efq; on his Translation of.

Another,

III
the Tenth Satire of Juvenal,

ib.

Rondelay,
To my dear Friend Mr. Congreve, on his

A Song,
Comedy called the Double Dealer,

143

A Song To a Fair Young Lady going ost
To Mr. Grenville, on his excellent Tragedy,

of the Town in the Spring,
called Heroic Love,

144
To my Friend Mr. Motteux, on his Tragedy

A Song, írom Marriage A-la-Miode, 173

A Song, from Tyrannic Love,
called Beauty in Distress,

145

Alexander's Feast: or, The Power of Metc.
To my honoured Kinsman, John Dryden, of

An Ode in honour of St. Cecilia's Day,
Chellerton, in the County of Hunting-

The Secular Masque,
don, Eiq;

Song of a Scholar and his Millress, who te
To Sir Godfrey Kneller, Principal Painter to
his Majesty,

ing croffed by their friends, fell mad for
one another; and now first meet in Bed-
lam,

177

146

143

ELEGIES AND EPITAPIS.

153

To the memory of Mr. Oldham,

150.

PROLOGUES AND EPILOGUES.
An Ode. To the Pious Memory of the ac-

complished Young Lady, Mrs. Anne Kila Prologue, spoken the First Day of the King's
ligrew, excellent in the two Siller-Arts of Houte acing after the Fire,
Poetry and Painting,

151 Prologue, fpoken at the opening of the New
Upon the Death of the Earl of Dundee, trans.

House, March 26. 1674,
lated from the Latin of Mr. Pitcairn,

Epilogue, on the fame Occasion,
Eleonora. A Panegyrical Poem, dedicated Proligue, to the University of Oxford, 1674.
to the Memory of the Late Countess of froken by Mr. Hart,

ISI
Abingdon. Dedication to the Right Ho Prologue to Circe, [By Dr. Davenant, 1675. b.

nourable the Earl of Abingdon, &c. 154 Epilogue, intended to have been ipoken by
The Death of Anyntas. A Pastoral Elegy, 160 the Lady Hen. Mar. Wentworth, wica
On the Death of a very Young Gentleman, I6I Caliito was acted at Court,
Upon Young Mr. Rogers of Gloucetierhire, 162 | Epilogue to the Man of Mode, or Sir Fopling
On the Death of Mr. Purcell. Set to Music Flutter. [By Sir George Etheredge, 16;6.) 19;
by Dr. Biow,

ib. | Epilogue to Mithridates King of Pontus, By
Epitaph on the Lady Whitmore,

163 Mr. N. Lee, 1678.]
Epitaph on Sir Palmes Fairbone's Tomb in Prologue to Cæfar Borgia. [By Mr. N. Lee,
Westminster Abbey. Sacred to the In-

1680.]
mortal Memory of Sir Palmes Fairbone, Prologue to Sophonifba. At Oxford, 168,
Knight, Governor of Tangier; in execu A Prologue,
tion of which Command, he was mortaliy Epilogue to a Tragedy called Tamerlane,
wounded by a Shot from the Moors, then

(By Mr. Saunders.)
besieging the Town, in the forty-sixth Year Prologue to the University of Oxford, 1681, 185
of his Age, October 24. 1680.

ib.

Prologue to his Royal Highness, upon ins
Under Mr. Milton's Picture, beiore his Para Fiiit appearance at the Duke's Theatre,
dise Loft,

after his return from Scotland, 1682,
On the Monument of a Fair Maiden Lady, Prologue to the Earl of Ellex. [By Mír. T.

who died at Bath, and is there interred, ib. Lanks, 1682.] Spoken to the king and
Epitaph on Mrs. Margaret Pafton, of Bur. Qucen at their coming to the House,
ningham, in Norfolk,

105 | An byilogue for the King's House,
On the Monument of the Marquis of Win Prologue to the Royal Brothers; or, the Per
chester,

ib. fian Prince. [By Mr. Southern, 1681.]
Epitaph upon the Earl of Rochester’s being Epilogue to the fane,

19
dismissed from the Treasury, in 1687, ib. Prologue to the Duke of Guise, 1683,
Epitaph intended for Dryden's Wife, 166 Epilogue to the same,
Epigram on the Duchess of Perifmouth's Another Epilogue, intended to have been
Pi&ure,

Spoken to the Play, before it was forbid.
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ib. don last Sumner,

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Prologue. To the University of Oxford.

EROM OVID'S METAMORPHOSES.
Spoken by Mr. Hart, at the aéting of the
Silent Woman,

192 Dedication to the Right Honourable Lord
Epilogue. [Spoken by the same]

ib
Radcliffe,

286
Epilogue, spoken at Oxford, by Mrs. Mar-

The First Book of the Metamorphoses,
ihail,

289
193

The Golden Age,
Prologue to the University of Oxford,
ib.

290
The Silver Age,

ib.
Prologue to the University of Oxiord, 194

The Brazen rage,

ib.
Epilogue to Conítantinc the Great. [By Mr.

The Iron Age,

291
N. Lee, 1683.)

195
The Giants War,

ib.
Prologue to the Disappointment: or, the

The Transformation of Daphne into a Laurel, 294
Mother in Fallion. [By Mr Southern,

ib.

The Transiormation of lo into an Heiser,
1684.] Spokon by Mr Betterton,

296

The Eyes of Argus transformed into a Pea-
Prologue to the King and Queen, upon the

cock's Train,

297
Union of the two Companies, in 1686,

The Transformation of Syrinx into Reeds,
Epilogue on the fame Occasion,

197

Meleager and Atalanta, from the Eighth
Prologue to the Princess of Cleeves. [By

Book,
Mr. N. Lee, 1689 ]
198

279

Baucis and Philemon,
Fpilogue to the Same,
ib.

304

The Fable of Ithis and lanthe, from the
Prologue to the Widow Ranter. [By Mrs.

Ninth Book,
Behn, 1690.)
199

307

P;gmalion and the Statue, from the Tenth
Prologue to Arviragus and Philicia revived.

Book,
[By Lodowick Carlell, Esq;] Spoken by

310
Mr. Hart,
ib. Cinyras and Myrrha, ditto,

312
Prologue to the Prophetess. (By Beaumont

Ceyx and Alcyone, ditto,

Allacus transformed into a Cormorant, from
and Fletcher.] Revived by Mr. Dryden.

the Eleventh Book,
Spoken by Mr. Betterton,

321

The Twelfth Book wholly translated,
Prologue to the Millakes,
201

322

The Speeches of Ajax and Ulysses, from the
Epilogue to Henry II. [By Mr. Mountfort,
1693.] Spoken by Mr. Bracıgirdie, ib.

Thirteenth Book,

332
A Prologue,

The Story of Acis, Polyphemus, and Galatea,
202

from the Thirteenth Book,
Prologue to Albumazar,

ib.
An Epilogue,

of the Pythagorian Philosophy, from the
203

Fifteenth Buok,
Prologue to the Husband his own Cuck-

332
old,

204

FROM OVID'S EPISTLES.
Prologue to the Filgrim. Revived for our
Author's Benefit, Anno 1700,

ib. Preface concerning the Epistles,
I pilogue to the Pilgrim,

205 Canace to Macareus. Epifile XI.
Helen to Paris. Epifle XVII.

353
Dido to Æncas. Epistle VII.

FROM OVID'S ART OF LOVE.
Dedication to his Grace the Duke of Or-
mond,
206 The First Book translated,

352
Preface prefixed to the Fables,

209
To her Grace the Duchess of Ormond, with,
the following Poem of Palamon and

The First Book of the llias translated, 367
ARCITE,

218

The Last Parting of Hector and Andromache,
The Knight's Tale. Book I.

from the Sixth Book,
Book II.
226

375
Book III.

233
The Cock and the Fox : or, the Tale of the

FROM THEOCRITUS, LUCRETIUS, AND
Nun's Priest,
The Flower and the Leaf : or, the Lady in

Preface concerning Mr. Dryden's Transla-
the Arbour. A Vision,

252

tions,
The Wife of Bach's Tale,

258 Amaryllis : or, the Third Idyllium of Thep-
The Character of a good Parson,

264
critus. paraphrased,

384
The Epithalamium of Helen and Menelaus,
FROM BOCCACE.
from the Eighteenth Idyllium,

386

The Despairing Lover, from the Thirty-third
Sigismonda and Guiscardo,

266
Idyllium,

387
Theodore and Honoria,

273 The beginning of the First Book of Lucre-
Cymon and Iphigenia,
278 tius, trandated,

389

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351

TALES AND TRANSLATIONS.

356

FROM CHAUCER.

FROM HOMER.

220

HORACE

244

378

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The beginning of the Second Book, ditto, 389 | The Ninth Ode of Book Firit of ditto, trans-
From the Fifth Book,
390

391
The Third Ode of the First Book of Horace, The Twenty-ninth Ode of the First Book of

translated. Inscribed to the Earl of Ror. ditto,
commen, on his intended Voyage to Ire The Second Epode of ditto,

39:
land,

lated,

391

WORKS OF ROCHESTER.

SELECT POEMS.

410
411

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Tu Author's Life, :

397

A Letter from Artemisa in Town, to Chloe
in the Country,

407

An Epistolary Essay from Lord Rochester (o
Dialogue,

401 Lord Mulgrave, upon their Mutual Poems, 409
A Pastoral dialogue between Alexis and Stre A Trial of the Poets for the Bays, in imita-

phon, written at the Bath, in the year tion of a Satire in Boileau,
1674,

402

A Sacire against Mankind,
The Advice,

ib. Poftscript,
The Discovery,
403 The Maimed Debauchee,

413
Woman's Honour.
A Song,
ib. Upon Nothing,

ib.
Grecian Kindness. A Song,

ib. | Translation of some Lines in Lucretius,
'The Mistress. A Song,

404 To his Sacred Majesty, on his Reloration in
A Song,
ib. the Year 1660,

ib.
Another,

ib. To her Sacred Majesty, the Queen Mother,
To Corinna, A Song,

ib. on the Death of Mary, Princels of Orange, ib.
Love and Life. A Song,

405
An Epilogue.

415
A Song,

ib. An Allution to the Tenth Satire of the First
Another,
ib. Book of Horace,

ib.
Upon his leaving his Mistress,

ib. To Sir Car Scrope, who thought himself re-
Upon Drinking in a Bowl,

ib. flccted on in the preceding Poem, publith-
A Song,

406 cd a Poem,“ In Defence of Satire," which
Another,

ib, occasioned the following Reply,
The Answer,

ib. Epilogue,
Constancy. A Song,

ib. Prologue spoken at the Court of Whitehall,
A Song,

407 before King Charles II. by the Lady Eliza.
Another, in imitation of Sir John Eaton, ib.

beth Howard,

41:

416
ib.

WORKS OF ROSCOMMON.

POEMS.

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The Author's Life,

421 A Paraphrase on Pfalm CXLVIII.

A Prologue spoken to his Royal Highness the

Duke of York, at Edinburgh,
An Essay on Translated Verse,

423 Song. On a Young Lady who fung finely,
To the Earl of Roscommon, on his Essay on

and was afraid of a Cold,
Translated Verse. By Dr. Cherwood, Virgil's Sixth Eclogue.-Silenus,
1684,

426 Ode upon Solitude,
To the Earl of Roscommon, occasioned by his The Twenty-second Ode of the Fint Book
Lordship's Essay on Translated Verse, from

of Horace,
the Latin of Mr. Charles Dryden. By Mr. The same imitated,
Needler,

427

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of Monsieur Corneille, and acted at the Guarini's Pastor Fido, translated, ib. Theatre in Dublin,

434 The Ghost of the Old House of Commons, Ross's Ghost,

ib. to the New one, appointed to meet at Ox The Sixth Ode of the Third Book of Horace, ford,

432

of the Corruption of the the Times, ib. On the Death of a Lady's Dog,

ib. Translation of the following Verse from Epilogue to Alexander the Great, when acted Lucan. Vietrix Caufa Diis placuit, sed Vida at the Theatre in Dublin,

433
Catoni,

435 On the Day of Judgment,

ib. Translation from Horace's Art of Poetry, ib. Epilogue to Pompey, a Tragedy, translated On Mr. Dryden's Religio Laici,

440 by Mrs. Cach. Philips, from the French

WORKS OF OTWAY.

POEM3.

Page

Page THz Author's Life, 443 Epistle to Mr. Duke,

461 To Mr. Creech, upon his translation of Lucretius,

463 Windsor Caftle, in a Monument to our late Epiloguc spoken upon his Royal Highness the

Sovereign King Charles, of ever-blessed Duke of York's coming into the Theatre, memory, 447 April 21. 1682,

464 Dedication to King James II.

ib. Spoken to her Royal Highness, on her return The Poet's Complaint of his Muse; or, Satire from Scotland, in the Ycar, 1682,

ib against Libels,

453 Prologue to Mrs. Behn's City Heiress, Dedication to the Right Honourable Thomas

1682,

ib. Earl of Offory, Baron of Moor-Park, Knight The Sixteenth Ode of the Second Book of of the Most Noble Order of the Garter,

Horace,

465 &c. ib. The Complaint: A Song,

ib. Ode,

454 Prologue to N. Lee's Constantine the Great, ib. Phaedra to Hippolytus, trandated out of The beginning of a Pastoral on the Death of Ovid,

his lace Majesty,

466

460

WORKS OF POMFRET,

POEMS.

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.
469 To his Friend under Afiliation,

484 Preface, 471 To another Friend under Affliction,

485 To his Friend inclined to Marry,

ib,

To a Painter, drawing Dorinda's Picture, 486 The Choice,

472 To the Painter, after he had finished DoLove triumphant over Reason. A Vision,

473
rinda's Picture,

ib. The Fortunate Complaint,

478 Cruelty and Luft. An Epistolary Essay, ib. Strephon's Love for Delia justified, in an On the Marriage of the Earl of AEpistle to Celadon,

with the Conntess of S,

490 Epistle to Delia,

An Inscription for the Monument of Diana, A Pastoral Essay on the Death of Queen Countess of Oxford and Elgin,

ib. Mary, Anno 1694, 482 The fame attempted in English,

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480 481

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Page Tac Author's Life,

507 Song, written at Sea in the first Dutch ta,

1665, the Night before the Engage-
POEMS.
ment,

$11 To Mr. Edward Howard, on his Incompa On the Countess of Dorchester, Mifre's to rable, Incomprehensible Poem,called " The King James II.

13. British Princes,"

509
On the same,

511 To the same. On his Plays,

ib, Knotting,
To Sir Thomas St. Serfe, on his printing his The Antiquated Coquet. A Satire,
Play, called “
Tarugo's Wiles,

510 Song to Chloris, from the “ Blind Archer," $13 Epilogue to Moliere's Tartuffe, translated by Song, Mr. Medburne,

ib. Another, Epilogue on the Revival of Ben Jonson's Play, A French Song Paraphrased,

CIA called “ Every Man in his Humour,

ib. Songs,

WORKS OF STEPNEY.

Pus

POEMS.

Page Tue Author's Life,

517 | A Poem, dedicated to the Memory of Queen

Mary,
The Austrian Eagle,

The Nature of Dreams,
On the Marriage of George Prince of Den Verses, imitated from the French of Morf.
mark, and the Lady Anne,

519 Maynard, to Cardinal Richlieu, 'To King James II. on his Accession to the Imitation of Juvenal, Satire VIII. Throne,

520 Horace, Book III. Ode VII. imitated, On the University of Cambridge's burn Imitation of Horace, Book IV. Ode IX.

ing the Duke of Monmouth's Picture, Translation of a Verse from Lucan, 1685,

521 | To Mr. Edmund Smith, An Epistle to Charles Montague, Esq. on his

The Spell, Majesty's Voyage to Holland,

ib. Elegy upon the Death of Tibullus. From On' the late Horrid Conspiracy,

522

, To the Earl of Carlisle, on the Death of his Son before Luxemburgh,

ib. Idyllium,

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To the Evening Star. Englisked from a Greek

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