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What should the People do, when left alone ?T
In Safety landed on the Candian Shore,
The Kindred of the Slain forgive the Deed,
Τ Η Ε
T A B L E.
Edication to His Grace the Duke of Ormond.
with the following Story of Palamon and Arcite,
Palamon and Arcite: Or, the Knight's Tale,
from Chaucer. Book the First. Page 1
To my Honoured Kinsman John Driden of Chester-
ton, in the County of Huntington, Esq; p.115
Meleager and Attalanta, out of the Eighth Book
Sigismonda and Guiscardo, from Boccace. p. 146.
Baucis and Philemon, out of the Eighth Book of
Pigmalion and the Statue, out of the Tenth Book
Ciniras and Myrrha, out of the Tenth Book of
The First Book of Homer's Ilias,
The Cock and the Fox: Or, the Tale of the Nun's
Theodore and Honoria, from Boccace.
Ceyx and Alcyone, out of the Tenth Book of O-
The Flower and the Leaf: Or, the Lady in the
Arbour. “ A Vision out of Chaucer. p. 341
Alexander's Feast: Or; the Power of Musick. An
The Twelfth Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses whol
The Speeches of Ajax and Ulysses, from Ovid's
Metamorphoses, Book the Thirteenth.
The Wife of Bath, her Tale from Chaucer. p. 449
Of thé Pythagorean Philofophy, from Ovid's Me-
tamorphoses, Book the Fifteenth.
The Character of a Good Parfon Imitated from
at the Bath, and is there Interr'd.
Cymbñ and Iphigenia; from Boccace.
F I N I S.