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The Tale of the Coffers or Caskets, &c. (in the fifth Book of the "Confessio Amantis")
Of the Gratification which the Lover's Passion receives from the Sense of Hearing (in the
sixth Book of the "Confessio Amantis")
Canace condemned to Death by her Father Æolus, sends to her guilty Brother, Macareus,
the last Testimony of her unhappy Passion (Book I. fol. 39)
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Upon his white Hairs (from "The Aged Lover's Renunciation of Love")
He requesteth some friendly Comfort, affirming his Constancy
The Love that is requited with Disdain
THOMAS SACKVILLE, BARON BUCKHURST AND EARL OF DORSET
From his Induction to the Complaint of Henry Duke of Buckingham
The Arraignment of a Lover
From his "Grief of Joy"
Vanity of Youth
Verses on a most stony-hearted Maiden, who did sorely beguile the noble Knight, my true
Sir Guyon, guided by the Palmer Temperance, passes the Dangers of the Bower of Bliss
Glauce and Britomart exploring the Cave of Merlin
Belphœbe finds Timias wounded, and conveys him to her Dwelling (Book III. Canto V.)
POETRY OF UNCERTAIN AUTHORS OF THE END OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY 57
Cupid and Campaspe
Song. From "Alexander and Campaspe"
From "Mother Bombie"
Thanks for a Summer's Day
Despair of a poor Scholar (from "Pierce Penniless")
EDWARD VERE, EARL OF OXFORD
Fancy and Desire (from "The Paradise of Dainty Devices ")
Lines attributed to the Earl of Oxford (in a MS. of the Bodleian Library)
From "The Life and Death of Cardinal Wolsey"
Satire I. Book I.
Satire III. Book I.
Satire V. Book III.
Satire VII. Book III.
Satire VI. Book IV.
Argentile and Curan (from "Albion's England ")
SIR JOHN HARRINGTON
FROM HIS EPIGRAMS.
Of a precise Tailor
FROM HENRY PERROT'S BOOK OF EPIGRAMS (entitled "Springes for Woodcocks,"
The Shepherd's Description of Love. (Ascribed to Sir W. Raleigh in "England's Helicon ") 77