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I. To the Nightingale
II. Donna leggiadra, &c.
III. Qual in colle aspro, &c.
CANZONE. Ridonsi, &c.
IV. Diodati, &c.
V. Per certo i bei, &c.
VI. Giovane piano, &c.
VII. On his being arrived to the age of
VIII. When the assault was intended to the
IX. To a virtuous young Lady
X. To the Lady Margaret Ley
XI. On the detraction which followed on
my writing certain Treatises
XII. On the same
XIII. To Mr. H. Lawes on his Airs
XIV. On the religious memory of Mrs. Ca-
XV. To the Lord General Fairfax
XVI. To the Lord General Cromwell
XVII. To Sir Henry Vane the younger
XVIII. On the Massacre in Piedmont
XIX. On his Blindness
XX. To Mr. Lawrence
XXI. To Cyriac Skinner
XXII. To the same
XXIII. On his deceased Wife
On the Morning of Christ's Nativity
Upon the Circumcision
On the Death of a fair Infant
At a solemn Music
On the Death of the Marchioness of Win-
On May Morning
At a Vacation Exercise in the College
Epitaph on Shakspeare
On Hobson, the University Carrier
On the same
On the New Forcers of Conscience under the
Horace to Pyrrha
Paraphrase of Psalm cxiv.
Paraphrase of Psalm cxxxyi,