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The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Hesperides & Noble Numbers: Vol. 1 and 2, by Robert Herrick This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: The Hesperides & Noble Numbers: Vol. 1 and 2 Author: Robert Herrick Release Date: August 28, 2007 [EBook #22421] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE HESPERIDES *** Produced by Stephen Blundell and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net ROBERT HERRICK THE HESPERIDES & NOBLE NUMBERS: EDITED BY ALFRED POLLARD WITH A PREFACE BY A. C. SWINBURNE VOL. I. VOL. II. REVISED EDITION LONDON: NEW YORK: LAWRENCE & BULLEN, Ltd., 16 HENRIETTA STREET, W.C. 1898. LAWRENCE & BULLEN, Ltd., 153-157 FIFTH AVENUE 1898. CONTENTS VOLUME I EDITOR'S NOTE. PREFACE. LIFE OF HERRICK. NOTE TO SECOND EDITION. HESPERIDES. DEDICATION. 1. THE ARGUMENT OF HIS BOOK. 2. TO HIS MUSE. 3. TO HIS BOOK. 4. ANOTHER. 7. TO HIS BOOK. 8. WHEN HE WOULD HAVE HIS VERSES READ. 9. UPON JULIA'S RECOVERY. 10. TO SILVIA TO WED. 11. THE PARLIAMENT OF ROSES TO JULIA. 12. NO BASHFULNESS IN BEGGING. 13. THE FROZEN HEART. 14. TO PERILLA. 15. A SONG TO THE MASKERS. 16. TO PERENNA. 17. TREASON. 18. TWO THINGS ODIOUS. 19. TO HIS MISTRESSES. 20. THE WOUNDED HEART. 21. NO LOATHSOMENESS IN LOVE. 22. TO ANTHEA. 23. THE WEEPING CHERRY. 24. SOFT MUSIC. 25. THE DIFFERENCE BETWIXT KINGS AND SUBJECTS. 26. HIS ANSWER TO A QUESTION. 27. UPON JULIA'S FALL. 28. EXPENSES EXHAUST. 29. LOVE, WHAT IT IS. 30. PRESENCE AND ABSENCE. 31. NO SPOUSE BUT A SISTER. 32. THE POMANDER BRACELET. 33. THE SHOE-TYING. 34. THE CARCANET. 35. HIS SAILING FROM JULIA. 36. HOW THE WALL-FLOWER CAME FIRST, AND WHY SO CALLED. 37. WHY FLOWERS CHANGE COLOUR. 38. TO HIS MISTRESS OBJECTING TO HIM NEITHER TOYING OR TALKING. 39. UPON THE LOSS OF HIS MISTRESSES. 40. THE DREAM. 42. TO LOVE. 43. ON HIMSELF. 44. LOVE'S PLAY AT PUSH-PIN. 45. THE ROSARY. 46. UPON CUPID. 47. THE PARCÆ; OR, THREE DAINTY DESTINIES: THE ARMILLET. 48. SORROWS SUCCEED. 49. CHERRY-PIT. 50. TO ROBIN REDBREAST. 51. DISCONTENTS IN DEVON. 52. TO HIS PATERNAL COUNTRY. 53. CHERRY-RIPE. 54. TO HIS MISTRESSES. 55. TO ANTHEA. 56. THE VISION TO ELECTRA. 57. DREAMS. 58. AMBITION. 59. HIS REQUEST TO JULIA. 60. MONEY GETS THE MASTERY. 61. THE SCARE-FIRE. 62. UPON SILVIA, A MISTRESS. 63. CHEERFULNESS IN CHARITY; OR, THE SWEET SACRIFICE. 65. SWEETNESS IN SACRIFICE. 66. STEAM IN SACRIFICE. 67. UPON JULIA'S VOICE. 68. AGAIN. 69. ALL THINGS DECAY AND DIE. 70. THE SUCCESSION OF THE FOUR SWEET MONTHS. 71. NO SHIPWRECK OF VIRTUE. TO A FRIEND. 72. UPON HIS SISTER-IN-LAW, MISTRESS ELIZABETH HERRICK. 73. OF LOVE. A SONNET. 74. TO ANTHEA. 75. THE ROCK OF RUBIES, AND THE QUARRY OF PEARLS. 76. CONFORMITY. 77. TO THE KING, UPON HIS COMING WITH HIS ARMY INTO THE WEST. 78. UPON ROSES. 79. TO THE KING AND QUEEN UPON THEIR UNHAPPY DISTANCES. 80. DANGERS WAIT ON KINGS. 81. THE CHEAT OF CUPID; OR, THE UNGENTLE GUEST. 82. TO THE REVEREND SHADE OF HIS RELIGIOUS FATHER. 83. DELIGHT IN DISORDER. 84. TO HIS MUSE. 85. UPON LOVE. 86. TO DEAN BOURN, A RUDE RIVER IN DEVON, BY WHICH SOMETIMES HE LIVED. 87. KISSING USURY. 88. TO JULIA. 89. TO LAURELS. 90. HIS CAVALIER. 91. ZEAL REQUIRED IN LOVE. 92. THE BAG OF THE BEE. 93. LOVE KILLED BY LACK. 94. TO HIS MISTRESS. 95. TO THE GENEROUS READER. 96. TO CRITICS. 97. DUTY TO TYRANTS. 98. BEING ONCE BLIND, HIS REQUEST TO BIANCA. 100. NO WANT WHERE THERE'S LITTLE. 101. BARLEY-BREAK; OR, LAST IN HELL. 102. THE DEFINITION OF BEAUTY. 103. TO DIANEME. 104. TO ANTHEA LYING IN BED. 105. TO ELECTRA. 106. A COUNTRY-LIFE: TO HIS BROTHER, MR. THO. HERRICK. 107. DIVINATION BY A DAFFODIL. 108. TO THE PAINTER, TO DRAW HIM A PICTURE. 111. A LYRIC TO MIRTH. 112. TO THE EARL OF WESTMORELAND. 113. AGAINST LOVE. 114. UPON JULIA'S RIBAND. 115. THE FROZEN ZONE; OR, JULIA DISDAINFUL. 116. AN EPITAPH UPON A SOBER MATRON. 117. TO THE PATRON OF POETS, M. END. PORTER. 118. THE SADNESS OF THINGS FOR SAPPHO'S SICKNESS. 119. LEANDER'S OBSEQUIES. 120. HOPE HEARTENS. 121. FOUR THINGS MAKE US HAPPY HERE. 122. HIS PARTING FROM MRS. DOROTHY KENNEDY. 123. THE TEAR SENT TO HER FROM STAINES. 124. UPON ONE LILY, WHO MARRIED WITH A MAID CALLED ROSE. 125. AN EPITAPH UPON A CHILD. 127. THE HOUR-GLASS. 128. HIS FAREWELL TO SACK. 130. UPON MRS. ELIZABETH WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF AMARILLIS. 132. TO MYRRHA, HARD-HEARTED. 133. THE EYE. 134. UPON THE MUCH-LAMENTED MR. J. WARR. 136. THE SUSPICION UPON HIS OVER-MUCH FAMILIARITY WITH A GENTLEWOMAN. 137. SINGLE LIFE MOST SECURE. 138. THE CURSE. A SONG. 139. THE WOUNDED CUPID. SONG. 140. TO DEWS. A SONG. 141. SOME COMFORT IN CALAMITY. 142. THE VISION. 143. LOVE ME LITTLE, LOVE ME LONG. 144. UPON A VIRGIN KISSING A ROSE. 145. UPON A WIFE THAT DIED MAD WITH JEALOUSY. 146. UPON THE BISHOP OF LINCOLN'S IMPRISONMENT. 147. DISSUASIONS FROM IDLENESS. 149. AN EPITHALAMY TO SIR THOMAS SOUTHWELL AND HIS LADY. 150. TEARS ARE TONGUES. 151. UPON A YOUNG MOTHER OF MANY CHILDREN. 152. TO ELECTRA. 153. HIS WISH. 154. HIS PROTESTATION TO PERILLA. 155. LOVE PERFUMES ALL PARTS. 156. TO JULIA. 157. ON HIMSELF. 158. VIRTUE IS SENSIBLE OF SUFFERING. 159. THE CRUEL MAID. 160. TO DIANEME. 161. TO THE KING, TO CURE THE EVIL. 162. HIS MISERY IN A MISTRESS. 164. TO A GENTLEWOMAN OBJECTING TO HIM HIS GRAY HAIRS. 165. TO CEDARS. 166. UPON CUPID. 167. HOW PRIMROSES CAME GREEN. 168. TO JOS., LORD BISHOP OF EXETER. 169. UPON A BLACK TWIST ROUNDING THE ARM OF THE COUNTESS OF CARLISLE. 170. ON HIMSELF. 172. A RING PRESENTED TO JULIA. 173. TO THE DETRACTOR. 174. UPON THE SAME. 175. JULIA'S PETTICOAT. 176. TO MUSIC. 177. DISTRUST. 178. CORINNA'S GOING A-MAYING. 179. ON JULIA'S BREATH. 180. UPON A CHILD. AN EPITAPH. 181. A DIALOGUE BETWIXT HORACE AND LYDIA, TRANSLATED ANNO 1627, AND SET BY MR. RO. RAMSEY. 182. THE CAPTIV'D BEE, OR THE LITTLE FILCHER. 185. AN ODE TO MASTER ENDYMION PORTER, UPON HIS BROTHER'S DEATH. 186. TO HIS DYING BROTHER, MASTER WILLIAM HERRICK. 187. THE OLIVE BRANCH. 189. TO CHERRY-BLOSSOMS. 190. HOW LILIES CAME WHITE. 191. TO PANSIES. 192. ON GILLY-FLOWERS BEGOTTEN. 193. THE LILY IN A CRYSTAL. 194. TO HIS BOOK. 195. UPON SOME WOMEN. 196. SUPREME FORTUNE FALLS SOONEST. 197. THE WELCOME TO SACK. 198. IMPOSSIBILITIES TO HIS FRIEND. 201. TO LIVE MERRILY AND TO TRUST TO GOOD VERSES. 202. FAIR DAYS: OR, DAWNS DECEITFUL. 203. LIPS TONGUELESS. 204. TO THE FEVER, NOT TO TROUBLE JULIA. 205. TO VIOLETS. 207. TO CARNATIONS. A SONG. 208. TO THE VIRGINS, TO MAKE MUCH OF TIME. 209. SAFETY TO LOOK TO ONESELF. 210. TO HIS FRIEND, ON THE UNTUNABLE TIMES. 211. HIS POETRY HIS PILLAR. 212. SAFETY ON THE SHORE. 213. A PASTORAL UPON THE BIRTH OF PRINCE CHARLES. PRESENTED TO THE KING, AND SET BY MR. NIC. LANIERE. 214. TO THE LARK. 215. THE BUBBLE. A SONG. 216. A MEDITATION FOR HIS MISTRESS. 217. THE BLEEDING HAND; OR, THE SPRIG OF EGLANTINE GIVEN TO A MAID. 218. LYRIC FOR LEGACIES. 219. A DIRGE UPON THE DEATH OF THE RIGHT VALIANT LORD, BERNARD STUART. 220. TO PERENNA, A MISTRESS. 223. THE FAIRY TEMPLE; OR, OBERON'S CHAPEL DEDICATED TO MR. JOHN MERRIFIELD, COUNSELLOR-ATLAW. 224. TO MISTRESS KATHERINE BRADSHAW, THE LOVELY, THAT CROWNED HIM WITH LAUREL. 225. THE PLAUDITE, OR END OF LIFE. 226. TO THE MOST VIRTUOUS MISTRESS POT, WHO MANY TIMES ENTERTAINED HIM. 227. TO MUSIC, TO BECALM HIS FEVER. 228. UPON A GENTLEWOMAN WITH A SWEET VOICE. 229. UPON CUPID. 230. UPON JULIA'S BREASTS. 231. BEST TO BE MERRY. 232. THE CHANGES TO CORINNA. 234. NEGLECT. 235. UPON HIMSELF. 236. UPON A PHYSICIAN. 238. TO THE ROSE. A SONG. 240. TO HIS BOOK. 241. UPON A PAINTED GENTLEWOMAN. 243. DRAW-GLOVES. 244. TO MUSIC, TO BECALM A SWEET-SICK YOUTH. 245. TO THE HIGH AND NOBLE PRINCE GEORGE, DUKE, MARQUIS, AND EARL OF BUCKINGHAM. 246. HIS RECANTATION. 247. THE COMING OF GOOD LUCK. 248. THE PRESENT; OR, THE BAG OF THE BEE. 249. ON LOVE. 250. THE HOCK-CART OR HARVEST HOME. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORELAND. 251. THE PERFUME. 252. UPON HER VOICE. 253. NOT TO LOVE. 254. TO MUSIC. A SONG. 255. TO THE WESTERN WIND. 256. UPON THE DEATH OF HIS SPARROW. AN ELEGY. 257. TO PRIMROSES FILLED WITH MORNING DEW. 258. HOW ROSES CAME RED. 259. COMFORT TO A LADY UPON THE DEATH OF HER HUSBAND. 260. HOW VIOLETS CAME BLUE. 262. TO THE WILLOW-TREE. 263. MRS. ELIZ. WHEELER, UNDER THE NAME OF THE LOST SHEPHERDESS. 264. TO THE KING. 265. TO THE QUEEN. 266. THE POET'S GOOD WISHES FOR THE MOST HOPEFUL AND HANDSOME PRINCE, THE DUKE OF YORK. 267. TO ANTHEA, WHO MAY COMMAND HIM ANYTHING. 268. PREVISION OR PROVISION. 269. OBEDIENCE IN SUBJECTS. 270. MORE POTENT, LESS PECCANT. 271. UPON A MAID THAT DIED THE DAY SHE WAS MARRIED. 274. TO MEADOWS. 275. CROSSES. 276. MISERIES. 278. TO HIS HOUSEHOLD GODS. 279. TO THE NIGHTINGALE AND ROBIN REDBREAST. 280. TO THE YEW AND CYPRESS TO GRACE HIS FUNERAL. 281. I CALL AND I CALL. 282. ON A PERFUMED LADY. 283. A NUPTIAL SONG OR EPITHALAMY ON SIR CLIPSEBY CREW AND HIS LADY. 284. THE SILKEN SNAKE. 285. UPON HIMSELF. 286. UPON LOVE. 287. REVERENCE TO RICHES. 288. DEVOTION MAKES THE DEITY. 289. TO ALL YOUNG MEN THAT LOVE. 290. THE EYES. 291. NO FAULT IN WOMEN. 293. OBERON'S FEAST. 294. EVENT OF THINGS NOT IN OUR POWER. 295. UPON HER BLUSH. 296. MERITS MAKE THE MAN. 297. TO VIRGINS. 298. VIRTUE. 299. THE BELLMAN. 300. BASHFULNESS. 301. TO THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED GENTLEMAN, MASTER EDWARD NORGATE, CLERK OF THE SIGNET TO HIS MAJESTY. EPIG. 302. UPON PRUDENCE BALDWIN: HER SICKNESS. 303. TO APOLLO. A SHORT HYMN. 304. A HYMN TO BACCHUS. 306. ON HIMSELF. 307. CASUALTIES. 308. BRIBES AND GIFTS GET ALL. 309. THE END. 310. UPON A CHILD THAT DIED. 312. CONTENT, NOT CATES. 313. THE ENTERTAINMENT; OR, PORCH-VERSE, AT THE MARRIAGE OF MR. HENRY NORTHLY AND THE MOST WITTY MRS. LETTICE YARD. 314. THE GOOD-NIGHT OR BLESSING. 316. TO DAFFODILS. 318. UPON A LADY THAT DIED IN CHILD-BED, AND LEFT A DAUGHTER BEHIND HER. 319. A NEW-YEAR'S GIFT SENT TO SIR SIMON STEWARD. 320. MATINS; OR, MORNING PRAYER. 321. EVENSONG. 322. THE BRACELET TO JULIA. 323. THE CHRISTIAN MILITANT. 324. A SHORT HYMN TO LAR. 325. ANOTHER TO NEPTUNE. 327. HIS EMBALMING TO JULIA. 328. GOLD BEFORE GOODNESS. 329. THE KISS. A DIALOGUE. 330. THE ADMONITION. 331. TO HIS HONOURED KINSMAN, SIR WILLIAM SOAME. EPIG. 332. ON HIMSELF. 333. TO LAR. 334. THE DEPARTURE OF THE GOOD DEMON. 335. CLEMENCY. 336. HIS AGE, DEDICATED TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, M. JOHN WICKES, UNDER THE NAME OF POSTHUMUS. 337. A SHORT HYMN TO VENUS. 338. TO A GENTLEWOMAN ON JUST DEALING. 339. THE HAND AND TONGUE. 340. UPON A DELAYING LADY. 341. TO THE LADY MARY VILLARS, GOVERNESS TO THE PRINCESS HENRIETTA. 342. UPON HIS JULIA. 343. TO FLOWERS. 344. TO MY ILL READER. 345. THE POWER IN THE PEOPLE. 346. A HYMN TO VENUS AND CUPID. 347. ON JULIA'S PICTURE. 348. HER BED. 349. HER LEGS. 350. UPON HER ALMS. 351. REWARDS. 352. NOTHING NEW. 353. THE RAINBOW. 354. THE MEADOW-VERSE; OR, ANNIVERSARY TO MISTRESS BRIDGET LOWMAN. 355. THE PARTING VERSE, THE FEAST THERE ENDED. 356. UPON JUDITH. EPIG. 359. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE PHILIP, EARL OF PEMBROKE AND MONTGOMERY. 360. AN HYMN TO JUNO. 362. UPON SAPPHO SWEETLY PLAYING AND SWEETLY SINGING. 364. CHOP-CHERRY. 365. TO THE MOST LEARNED, WISE, AND ARCH-ANTIQUARY, M. JOHN SELDEN. 366. UPON HIMSELF. 367. UPON WRINKLES. 370. PRAY AND PROSPER. 371. HIS LACHRYMÆ; OR, MIRTH TURNED TO MOURNING. 375. TO THE MOST FAIR AND LOVELY MISTRESS ANNE SOAME, NOW LADY ABDIE. 376. UPON HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS ELIZABETH HERRICK. 377. A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON. 378. TO HIS VALENTINE ON ST. VALENTINE'S DAY. 382. UPON M. BEN. JONSON. EPIG. 383. ANOTHER. 384. TO HIS NEPHEW, TO BE PROSPEROUS IN HIS ART OF PAINTING. 386. A VOW TO MARS. 387. TO HIS MAID, PREW. 388. A CANTICLE TO APOLLO. 389. A JUST MAN. 390. UPON A HOARSE SINGER. 391. HOW PANSIES OR HEART'S-EASE CAME FIRST. 392. TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, SIR EDWARD FISH, KNIGHT BARONET. 393. LAR'S PORTION AND THE POET'S PART. 394. UPON MAN. 395. LIBERTY. 396. LOTS TO BE LIKED. 397. GRIEFS. 399. THE DREAM. 402. CLOTHES DO BUT CHEAT AND COZEN US. 403. TO DIANEME. 404. UPON ELECTRA. 405. TO HIS BOOK. 406. OF LOVE. 407. UPON HIMSELF. 408. ANOTHER. 412. THE MAD MAID'S SONG. 413. TO SPRINGS AND FOUNTAINS. 414. UPON JULIA'S UNLACING HERSELF. 415. TO BACCHUS, A CANTICLE. 416. THE LAWN. 417. THE FRANKINCENSE. 420. TO SYCAMORES. 421. A PASTORAL SUNG TO THE KING: MONTANO, SILVIO, AND MIRTILLO, SHEPHERDS. 422. THE POET LOVES A MISTRESS, BUT NOT TO MARRY. 425. THE WILLOW GARLAND. 427. A HYMN TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW. 430. EMPIRES. 431. FELICITY QUICK OF FLIGHT. 436. THE CROWD AND COMPANY. 438. POLICY IN PRINCES. 440. UPON THE NIPPLES OF JULIA'S BREAST. 441. TO DAISIES, NOT TO SHUT SO SOON. 442. TO THE LITTLE SPINNERS. 443. OBERON'S PALACE. 444. TO HIS PECULIAR FRIEND, MR. THOMAS SHAPCOTT, LAWYER. 445. TO JULIA IN THE TEMPLE. 446. TO OENONE. 447. HIS WEAKNESS IN WOES. 448. FAME MAKES US FORWARD. 449. TO GROVES. 450. AN EPITAPH UPON A VIRGIN. 451. TO THE RIGHT GRACIOUS PRINCE, LODOWICK, DUKE OF RICHMOND AND LENNOX. 452. TO JEALOUSY. 453. TO LIVE FREELY. 455. HIS ALMS. 456. UPON HIMSELF. 457. TO ENJOY THE TIME. 458. UPON LOVE. 459. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORELAND. 460. THE PLUNDER. 461. LITTLENESS NO CAUSE OF LEANNESS. 464. THE JIMMALL RING OR TRUE-LOVE KNOT. 465. THE PARTING VERSE OR CHARGE TO HIS SUPPOSED WIFE WHEN HE TRAVELLED. 466. TO HIS KINSMAN, SIR THOS. SOAME. 467. TO BLOSSOMS. 468. MAN'S DYING-PLACE UNCERTAIN. 469. NOTHING FREE-COST. 470. FEW FORTUNATE. 471. TO PERENNA. 472. TO THE LADIES. 473. THE OLD WIVES' PRAYER. 475. UPON HIS DEPARTURE HENCE. 476. THE WASSAIL. 477. UPON A LADY FAIR BUT FRUITLESS. 478. HOW SPRINGS CAME FIRST. 479. TO ROSEMARY AND BAYS. 481. UPON A SCAR IN A VIRGIN'S FACE. 482. UPON HIS EYESIGHT FAILING HIM. 483. TO HIS WORTHY FRIEND, M. THOS. FALCONBIRGE. 484. UPON JULIA'S HAIR FILL'D WITH DEW. 485. ANOTHER ON HER. 486. LOSS FROM THE LEAST. 487. REWARD AND PUNISHMENTS. 488. SHAME NO STATIST. 489. TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW. 490. UPON HIMSELF. 491. FRESH CHEESE AND CREAM. 492. AN ECLOGUE OR PASTORAL BETWEEN ENDYMION PORTER AND LYCIDAS HERRICK, SET AND SUNG. 493. TO A BED OF TULIPS. 494. A CAUTION. 495. TO THE WATER NYMPHS DRINKING AT THE FOUNTAIN. 496. TO HIS HONOURED KINSMAN, SIR RICHARD STONE. 497. UPON A FLY. 499. TO JULIA. 500. TO MISTRESS DOROTHY PARSONS. 502. HOW HE WOULD DRINK HIS WINE. 503. HOW MARIGOLDS CAME YELLOW. 504. THE BROKEN CRYSTAL. 505. PRECEPTS. 506. TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDWARD, EARL OF DORSET. 507. UPON HIMSELF. 508. HOPE WELL AND HAVE WELL: OR, FAIR AFTER FOUL WEATHER. 509. UPON LOVE. 510. TO HIS KINSWOMAN, MRS. PENELOPE WHEELER. 511. ANOTHER UPON HER. 513. CROSS AND PILE. 514. TO THE LADY CREW, UPON THE DEATH OF HER CHILD. 515. HIS WINDING-SHEET. 516. TO MISTRESS MARY WILLAND. 517. CHANGE GIVES CONTENT. 519. ON HIMSELF. 520. FORTUNE FAVOURS. 521. TO PHYLLIS, TO LOVE AND LIVE WITH HIM. 522. TO HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS SUSANNA HERRICK. 523. UPON MISTRESS SUSANNA SOUTHWELL, HER CHEEKS. 524. UPON HER EYES. 525. UPON HER FEET. 526. TO HIS HONOURED FRIEND, SIR JOHN MINCE. 527. UPON HIS GREY HAIRS. 528. ACCUSATION. 529. PRIDE ALLOWABLE IN POETS. 530. A VOW TO MINERVA. 534. TO ELECTRA. 535. DISCORD NOT DISADVANTAGEOUS. 536. ILL GOVERNMENT. 537. TO MARIGOLDS. 538. TO DIANEME. 539. TO JULIA, THE FLAMINICA DIALIS OR QUEEN-PRIEST. 540. ANACREONTIC. 541. MEAT WITHOUT MIRTH. 542. LARGE BOUNDS DO BUT BURY US. 543. UPON URSLEY. 544. AN ODE TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW. 545. TO HIS WORTHY KINSMAN, MR. STEPHEN SOAME. 546. TO HIS TOMB-MAKER. 547. GREAT SPIRITS SUPERVIVE. 548. NONE FREE FROM FAULT. 549. UPON HIMSELF BEING BURIED. 550. PITY TO THE PROSTRATE. 552. HIS CONTENT IN THE COUNTRY. 553. THE CREDIT OF THE CONQUEROR. 554. ON HIMSELF. 556. THE FAIRIES. 557. TO HIS HONOURED FRIEND, M. JOHN WEARE, COUNCILLOR. 560. THE WATCH. 561. LINES HAVE THEIR LININGS, AND BOOKS THEIR BUCKRAM. 562. ART ABOVE NATURE: TO JULIA. 564. UPON HIS KINSWOMAN, MISTRESS BRIDGET HERRICK. 565. UPON LOVE. 566. UPON A COMELY AND CURIOUS MAID. 567. UPON THE LOSS OF HIS FINGER. 568. UPON IRENE. 569. UPON ELECTRA'S TEARS. NOTES. VOLUME II HESPERIDES. 569. A HYMN TO THE GRACES. 570. TO SILVIA. 573. THE POET HATH LOST HIS PIPE. 574. TRUE FRIENDSHIP. 575. THE APPARITION OF HIS MISTRESS CALLING HIM TO ELYSIUM. 576. LIFE IS THE BODY'S LIGHT. 579. LOVE LIGHTLY PLEASED. 580. THE PRIMROSE. 581. THE TITHE. TO THE BRIDE. 582. A FROLIC. 583. CHANGE COMMON TO ALL. 584. TO JULIA. 585. NO LUCK IN LOVE. 586. IN THE DARK NONE DAINTY. 587. A CHARM, OR AN ALLAY FOR LOVE 590. TO HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW, MASTER JOHN WINGFIELD. 591. THE HEADACHE. 592. ON HIMSELF. 593. UPON A MAID. 596. UPON THE TROUBLESOME TIMES. 597. CRUELTY BASE IN COMMANDERS. 599. UPON LUCIA. 600. LITTLE AND LOUD. 601. SHIPWRECK. 602. PAINS WITHOUT PROFIT. 603. TO HIS BOOK. 604. HIS PRAYER TO BEN JONSON. 605. POVERTY AND RICHES. 606. AGAIN. 607. THE COVETOUS STILL CAPTIVES. 608. LAWS. 609. OF LOVE. 611. TO HIS MUSE. 612. THE BAD SEASON MAKES THE POET SAD. 613. TO VULCAN. 614. LIKE PATTERN, LIKE PEOPLE. 615. PURPOSES. 616. TO THE MAIDS TO WALK ABROAD. 617. HIS OWN EPITAPH. 618. A NUPTIAL VERSE TO MISTRESS ELIZABETH LEE, NOW LADY TRACY. 619. THE NIGHT-PIECE, TO JULIA. 620. TO SIR CLIPSEBY CREW. 621. GOOD LUCK NOT LASTING. 622. A KISS. 623. GLORY. 624. POETS. 625. NO DESPITE TO THE DEAD. 626. TO HIS VERSES. 627. HIS CHARGE TO JULIA AT HIS DEATH. 628. UPON LOVE. 629. THE COBBLERS' CATCH. 633. CONNUBII FLORES, OR THE WELL-WISHES AT WEDDINGS. 634. TO HIS LOVELY MISTRESSES. 635. UPON LOVE. 638. THE BEGGAR TO MAB, THE FAIRY QUEEN. 639. AN END DECREED. 640. UPON A CHILD. 641. PAINTING SOMETIMES PERMITTED. 642. FAREWELL FROST, OR WELCOME THE SPRING. 643. THE HAG. 644. UPON AN OLD MAN: A RESIDENTIARY. 645. UPON TEARS. 646. PHYSICIANS. 647. THE PRIMITIÆ TO PARENTS. 649. UPON LUCY. EPIG. 651. TO SILVIA. 652. TO HIS CLOSET-GODS. 653. A BACCHANALIAN VERSE. 654. LONG-LOOKED-FOR COMES AT LAST. 655. TO YOUTH. 656. NEVER TOO LATE TO DIE. 657. A HYMN TO THE MUSES. 658. ON HIMSELF. 660. TO MOMUS. 661. AMBITION. 662. THE COUNTRY LIFE, TO THE HONOURED M. END. PORTER, GROOM OF THE BEDCHAMBER TO HIS MAJESTY. 663. TO ELECTRA. 664. TO HIS WORTHY FRIEND, M. ARTHUR BARTLY. 665. WHAT KIND OF MISTRESS HE WOULD HAVE. 667. THE ROSEMARY BRANCH. 669. UPON CRAB. EPIG. 670. A PARANÆTICALL, OR ADVISIVE VERSE, TO HIS FRIEND, M. JOHN WICKS. 671. ONCE SEEN AND NO MORE. 672. LOVE. 673. TO M. DENHAM ON HIS PROSPECTIVE POEM. 674. A HYMN TO THE LARES. 675. DENIAL IN WOMEN NO DISHEARTENING TO MEN. 676. ADVERSITY. 677. TO FORTUNE. 678. TO ANTHEA. 679. CRUELTIES. 680. PERSEVERANCE. 681. UPON HIS VERSES. 682. DISTANCE BETTERS DIGNITIES. 683. HEALTH. 684. TO DIANEME. A CEREMONY IN GLOUCESTER. 685. TO THE KING. 686. THE FUNERAL RITES OF THE ROSE. 687. THE RAINBOW, OR CURIOUS COVENANT. 688. THE LAST STROKE STRIKES SURE. 689. FORTUNE. 690. STOOL-BALL. 691. TO SAPPHO. 692. ON POET PRAT. EPIG. 693. UPON TUCK. EPIG. 694. BITING OF BEGGARS. 695. THE MAY-POLE. 696. MEN MIND NO STATE IN SICKNESS. 697. ADVERSITY. 698. WANT. 699. GRIEF. 700. LOVE PALPABLE. 701. NO ACTION HARD TO AFFECTION. 702. MEAN THINGS OVERCOME MIGHTY. 705. THE BRACELET OF PEARL: TO SILVIA. 706. HOW ROSES CAME RED. 707. KINGS. 708. FIRST WORK, AND THEN WAGES. 709. TEARS AND LAUGHTER. 710. GLORY. 711. POSSESSIONS. 713. HIS RETURN TO LONDON. 714. NOT EVERY DAY FIT FOR VERSE. 715. POVERTY THE GREATEST PACK. 716. A BUCOLIC, OR DISCOURSE OF NEATHERDS. 717. TRUE SAFETY. 718. A PROGNOSTIC. 719. UPON JULIA'S SWEAT. 720. PROOF TO NO PURPOSE. 721. FAME. 722. BY USE COMES EASINESS. 723. TO THE GENIUS OF HIS HOUSE. 724. HIS GRANGE, OR PRIVATE WEALTH. 725. GOOD PRECEPTS OR COUNSEL. 726. MONEY MAKES THE MIRTH. 727. UP TAILS ALL. 729. UPON LUCIA DABBLED IN THE DEW. 730. CHARON AND PHILOMEL; A DIALOGUE SUNG. 733. A TERNARY OF LITTLES, UPON A PIPKIN OF JELLY SENT TO A LADY. 734. UPON THE ROSES IN JULIA'S BOSOM. 735. MAIDS' NAYS ARE NOTHING. 736. THE SMELL OF THE SACRIFICE. 737. LOVERS: HOW THEY COME AND PART. 738. TO WOMEN, TO HIDE THEIR TEETH IF THEY BE ROTTEN OR RUSTY. 739. IN PRAISE OF WOMEN. 740. THE APRON OF FLOWERS. 741. THE CANDOUR OF JULIA'S TEETH. 742. UPON HER WEEPING. 743. ANOTHER UPON HER WEEPING. 744. DELAY. 745. TO SIR JOHN BERKLEY, GOVERNOR OF EXETER. 746. TO ELECTRA. LOVE LOOKS FOR LOVE. 747. REGRESSION SPOILS RESOLUTION. 748. CONTENTION. 749. CONSULTATION. 750. LOVE DISLIKES NOTHING. 751. OUR OWN SINS UNSEEN. 752. NO PAINS, NO GAINS. 754. VIRTUE BEST UNITED. 755. THE EYE. 756. TO PRINCE CHARLES UPON HIS COMING TO EXETER. 757. A SONG. 758. PRINCES AND FAVOURITES. 759. EXAMPLES; OR, LIKE PRINCE, LIKE PEOPLE. 760. POTENTATES. 761. THE WAKE. 762. THE PETER-PENNY. 763. TO DOCTOR ALABASTER. 764. UPON HIS KINSWOMAN, MRS. M. S. 765. FELICITY KNOWS NO FENCE. 766. DEATH ENDS ALL WOE. 767. A CONJURATION TO ELECTRA. 768. COURAGE COOLED. 769. THE SPELL. 770. HIS WISH TO PRIVACY. 771. A GOOD HUSBAND. 772. A HYMN TO BACCHUS. 773. UPON PUSS AND HER 'PRENTICE. EPIG. 774. BLAME THE REWARD OF PRINCES. 775. CLEMENCY IN KINGS. 776. ANGER. 777. A PSALM OR HYMN TO THE GRACES. 778. A HYMN TO THE MUSES. 779. UPON JULIA'S CLOTHES. 780. MODERATION. 781. TO ANTHEA. 782. UPON PREW, HIS MAID. 783. THE INVITATION. 784. CEREMONIES FOR CHRISTMAS. 785. CHRISTMAS-EVE, ANOTHER CEREMONY. 786. ANOTHER TO THE MAIDS. 787. ANOTHER. 788. POWER AND PEACE. 789. TO HIS DEAR VALENTINE, MISTRESS MARGARET FALCONBRIDGE. 790. TO OENONE. 791. VERSES. 792. HAPPINESS. 793. THINGS OF CHOICE LONG A-COMING. 794. POETRY PERPETUATES THE POET. 797. KISSES. 798. ORPHEUS. 803. TO SAPPHO. 804. TO HIS FAITHFUL FRIEND, M. JOHN CROFTS, CUP-BEARER TO THE KING. 805. THE BRIDE-CAKE. 806. TO BE MERRY. 807. BURIAL. 808. LENITY. 809. PENITENCE. 810. GRIEF. 811. THE MAIDEN-BLUSH. 812. THE MEAN. 813. HASTE HURTFUL. 814. PURGATORY. 815. THE CLOUD. 817. THE AMBER BEAD. 818. TO MY DEAREST SISTER, M. MERCY HERRICK. 819. THE TRANSFIGURATION. 820. SUFFER THAT THOU CANST NOT SHIFT. 821. TO THE PASSENGER. 823. TO THE KING, UPON HIS TAKING OF LEICESTER. 824. TO JULIA, IN HER DAWN, OR DAYBREAK. 825. COUNSEL. 826. BAD PRINCES PILL THE PEOPLE. 827. MOST WORDS, LESS WORKS. 828. TO DIANEME. 830. HIS LOSS. 831. DRAW AND DRINK. 833. TO OENONE. 836. TO ELECTRA. 837. TO MISTRESS AMY POTTER. 838. UPON A MAID. 839. UPON LOVE. 840. BEAUTY. 841. UPON LOVE. 844. TO HIS BOOK. 845. READINESS. 846. WRITING. 847. SOCIETY. 848. UPON A MAID. 849. SATISFACTION FOR SUFFERINGS. 850. THE DELAYING BRIDE. 851. TO M. HENRY LAWES, THE EXCELLENT COMPOSER OF HIS LYRICS. 852. AGE UNFIT FOR LOVE. 853. THE BEDMAN, OR GRAVEMAKER. 854. TO ANTHEA. 855. NEED. 856. TO JULIA. 857. ON JULIA'S LIPS. 858. TWILIGHT. 859. TO HIS FRIEND, MR. J. JINCKS. 860. ON HIMSELF. 861. KINGS AND TYRANTS. 862. CROSSES. 863. UPON LOVE. 864. NO DIFFERENCE I' TH' DARK. 865. THE BODY. 866. TO SAPPHO. 867. OUT OF TIME, OUT OF TUNE. 868. TO HIS BOOK. 869. TO HIS HONOURED FRIEND, SIR THOMAS HEALE. 870. THE SACRIFICE, BY WAY OF DISCOURSE BETWIXT HIMSELF AND JULIA. 871. TO APOLLO. 872. ON LOVE.
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