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Upon Mistriss Mallet; an unhandsome gen

tlewoman who made love unto him .. In quendam Anniversariorum Scriptorem An Answer to the same, by Dr. Price.... 54

In Poetam exauctoratum et emeritum ... 56 * On Francis Beaumont, then newly dead .. 58 An Elegie on the late Lord William Howard of Effingham...

59 To the Lord Mordaunt, upon his returne from the North...

66 * To the Prince ...

82 A Newe-Years Gift to my Lorde Duke of Buckingham....

83 A Letter to Sir Thomas Aylesbury.

85 Dr. Corbet's Journey into France.... 94 An Exhortation to Mr. John Hamon ..... 103 An Elegie upon the Death of Queen Anne 112 An Elegie upon the Death of his owne Father ...

118 An Elegie upon the Death of the Lady Had

dington..

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On the Christ-Church Play at Woodstock . 131 A Letter to the Duke of Buckingham, being with the Prince in Spaine.....

134 On the Earle of Dorset's Death...

142 To the Newe-born Prince ...

146 On the Birth of the young Prince Charles . 148 To his Son Vincent Corbet ...

149 An Epitaph on Dr. Donne, Dean of Pauls . 152 * Certain few Woordes spoken concerninge

one Benet Corbett after her decease,.. 154

Iter Boreale ...

156 On Mr. Rice, the Manciple of Christ Church in Oxford ..

205 On Henry Bollings....

206 On John Dawson, Butler of Christ-Church 207 On Great Tom of Christ-Church........ 209

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* The Country Life.....

To the Ghost of Robert Wisdome ... ...

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An Epitaph on Thomas Jonce....
To the Ladies of the New Dresse..

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* Oratio in Funus Henrici Principis ....... 249 * In Obitum Domini Thomæ Bodleii ...... 260

TO THE READER.

(From Edition 1648.)

READER, I HEERE offer to view a collection of certaine

peices of poetry, which have flowne from hand to hand, these many yeares, in private papers, but were never fized for the publique eie of the worlde to looke upon, till now*. If that witt which

runnes in

every veyne of them seeme somewhat

out of fashion, because tis neither amorous nor obscene, thou must remember that the author, although scarse a Divine when many of them were written, had not only so masculine but even so modest a witt also, that he would lett nothing

* From hence it should seem that the edition 1647 was not published at the time this preface was written.

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