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Elegies and Epitaphs.
To the pious Memory of Mrs. Anne Killegrew
A Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687
Prologue spoken at the opening of the New
House, March 26, 1674
Prologue to the King and Queen, upon the
Union of the two Companies, 1666 Page 350 Epilogue on the same occasion
353 Prologue to the Princess of Cleves
355 Epilogue to the fame
357. Prologue to Arviragus and Philicia, revived Prologue to the Prophetess
360 Prologue to the Mistakes
362 Epilogue to Henry II.
365 A Prologue
367 Prologue to Albumazar
369 An Epilogue
371 Epilogue to the Husband his own Cuckold 373 Prologue to the Pilgrim
375 Epilogue to the Pilgrim
Translations from Theocritus, Lucretius,
Preface concerning Mr. Dryden's Translations 383
Translations from Theocritus. Amaryllis: or, the third Idyllium of Theocritus, paraphrased
403 The Epithalamium of Helen and Menelaus, 18th Idyl.
The Despairing Lover, 28th Idyl. page 414 Daphnis, 27th Idyll.
419 Translations from Lucretius. The Beginning of the ist Book of Lucretius 431 Ditto of the 2d.
434 The latter Part of the 3d Book
437 Ditto of the 4th.
451 From the 5th Book
Translations from Horace,
The Third Ode of the ist Book of Horace 467 The Ninth Ode of ditto
470 The Twenty-ninth Ode of ditto
472 The Second Epode of Horace