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PREFACES, BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL,

BY DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON:

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LONDON: PRINTED FOR J. JOHNSON; J. NICHOLS AND SON; R. BALDWIN; F. AND C. RIVINGTON; W. OTRIDGE AND SON; LEIGH AND SOTHEBY; R. FAULDER AND SON; G. NICOL AND SON; T. PAYNE; G. ROBINSON; WILKIE AND ROBINSON; C. DAVIES; T. EGERTON ; SCATCHERD AND LETTERMAN, J, WALKER ; VERNOR, HOOD, AND SHARPE; R. LEA; J. NUNN; LACKINGTON, ALLEN, AND CO.; J. STOCKDALE; CUTHELL AND MARTIN; CLARKE AND SONS; J. WHITE AND CO.; LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME; CADELL AND DAVIES; J. BARKER ; JOHN RICHARDSON; J. M. RICHARDSON; J. CARPENTER; B. CROSBY! E. JEFFERY; J. MURRAY ; W. MILLER ; J. AND A. ARCH; BLACK, PARRY, AND KINGSBURY; J. BOOKER; S. BAGSTER ; J. HARDING; J. MACKINLAY ; J. HATCHARD; R. H. EVANS ; MATTHEWS AND LEIGH ; J. MAWMAN ; J. BOOTH; J. ASPERNE; P. AND W. WYNNE; AND W. CRACE. DEICHTON AND SON AT CAMBRIDGE, AND WILSON AND SON AT YORK.

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CONTENTS.

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THE Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers

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3 An Act of Contrition

to

6 In Desolation

25

In spiritual Comfort

ib.

COMMENDATORY VERSES.

An Act of hope

26

An Elegy to the living Memory of his deceased Of Teares

ib.

Friend. By Thomas Newill......

Of Sinne

Log.vi....... ib.

Ao Elegy to the Memory of his much ho-

Of the misetable State of Man

ib.

poured Friend. By Thomas Hawkins ...... ib. Of Sicknesse

27

To the worthy Muse of his noble Friend. By

Of true Liberty

ib.

Thomas Hawkins.......

Against inordinate Love of Creatures

ib.

A Congratulation to the Muses. By his Son

Against abused Loue

28

John Beaumont

ib.

A Description of koue”............

29

Upon the following Poems of my dearest Fa-

The Shepherdesse

ib,

ther. By Francis Beaumont

ib.

On the Anniuersary Day of his Maistre's Reigne

Upon the Poems of his dearest Brother. By

ouer England, March the 24

30

George Fortescue .......

9

A Thanksgiuing for the Deliverance of King

On the honoured Poerns of his honoured

James from a dangerons Accident........... ib.

Friend. By Ben Jonson

ib. To his late Majesty concerning the true Forme

To the dear Remembrance of his noble Friend.

of English Poetry

By Mic. Drayton.......

ib.

To the glorious Memory of King James

31

Ad posthumum Opos D. lo Bello-Montij.

A Panegyrick at the Coronation of King

By Ph. Kin.

ib.

Charles.......

33

Upon the honoured Poems of his unknown Of the Prince's Journey

33

Friend. By la. Cl.

ib.

Of the Prince's Departure and Returne........ ib.

Bosworth Field

11 of the Prince's most happy Returne...

ib.

An Expression of Sibyll's Acrosticks

17 Upon the Anniversary Day of the Prince's

Virgil. Eclog. iv.

ib. Returne, October the fifth

34

An Epigram concerning Man's Life, com-

To the most illustrious Prince Charles, of the

posed by Crates, or Posidippus.

18 excellent Use of Poems

ih.

The Answer of Metrodorus......

ib. To the Prince

35

Horat. Lib, ij. Sat, vi,

ib. An Epithalaminm vpon the happy Marriage

Horat. Carm. Lib. ii. Od. xxix..

19 of King Charles and Queene Mary

ib.

Horat. Epod. ii.

20 At the End of bis Maiestie's first Yeere

36

Per. Sat. ii. .

ib. | An Epithalamium to my Lord Marquesse of

Auson. Idyll. xvi.

21 of Buckingham and to his faire and vertu-

Claudian's Epigram of the old Man of Verona. 22 ous Lady ......

ib.
Upon the two great Peasts of the Annuncia Of his Majestie's vow for the Felicity of my
tion and Resurrection falling on the same Lord Marquisse of Buckingham

ib.

Day, March 25, 1627.......

ib. | My Lord of Buckingham's Welcome to the

ib. King at Burley

ib.

Of the Transfiguration of our Lord

23 A Congratulation to the Marquisse of Back-

On Ascension Day .....

ib. ingham at the Birth of his Daughter......... ib.

An Ode of the blessed Trinitie

ib. Of true Greatnesse. To the Marquisse of
A Dialogue between the World, a Pilgrim, and Buckingbam

37

24 | Vpop the Marquisse of Buckingham's Armes .. ib.

ib.

The Authors' Lives, by Mr. Chalmers 51 | Eclogue II. Thirsil.

136

IU. Myrtilus

1:39

IV. Chromis

141

GILES FLETCHER.

V. Nicæa

143

VI. Thomalin

147

To the right worshipful and reverend Mr. Doc-

VII. The Prize

150)

tor Nevile, Dean of Canterbury, and the To my dear friend, the Spencer of this Age,
Master of Trinity College-in. Cambridge ... 55

By Francis Quarles.....

154
Thomas Nevise, most heavenly

57
To the Reader.

58

MISCELLANIES.

RECOMMENDATACY POEMS.

An Hymn at the Marriage of my most dear

Defuncto Fratri. By' Phin. Fletchet..... 60

Cousins, Mr. W. and M. R.

Η Μαριάμ.

To my beloved Cousin, W. R. Esq. Calend.

Mn piagu. By F. Neiherscie...

ib.

Januar,

1.55

Christ's Victory in Heaven

61 To Master W.C.

156

Christ's Triumph on Earth....

67 To my ever honoured Cousin, W. R. Esq. ib.
Christ's Triumph over Death

71 To R. C. in Cambridge, my Son by the Uni-
Christ's Triumph after Death
76 versity ...

ib.

To my beloved Thenot, in Answer of his Verse. 157

Upon the Picture of Acbmet the Turkish Ty-

PHINEAS FLETCHER.

rant

ib.

To Mr. Jo. Tomkins

ib.

Dedication to my most worthy and learned

To Thomalin

Friend, Edward Benlowes, Esq.

81

158

Against a rich Man despising Poverty

ib.

COMMENDATORY VERSES.

Contentment

159

To the learned Author, Son and Brother to A Vow

ib.

two judicious Poets, himself the third, not

On Woman's Lightness

ib.

second to either. By W. Benlowes

82 A Reply upon the fair M. S.

il).

To the ingenious Composer of this Pastoral, An Apology for the Premises to the Lady Cul.

the Spencer of this Age. By Fran. Quarles. ib. pepper...

160

The purple Island, or the Isle of Man.

To my only chosen Valentine and Wife ib.

Canto I.

83

A Translation of Boethius, the third Book and

II.

last Verse.......

ib.

87

III.

A Translation of Boethius, Book ii. Ver. vii. 161

91

IV.

Upon my Brother Mr. G. F. his Book intitled

94

V.

Christ's Victory and Triumph

97

ib.

VI.

Upon the Bishop of Exon, Dr. Hall, his Medli-

103

VII.

tations

ib.

108

VIII.

Upou the Contemplations of the Bishop of

113

IX.

Excester, given to the Lady E. W. at New-

117

X.

Year's Tide.

121

XI.

These Asclepiads of Mr. H. S. translated and

123

XII.

enlarged

162

127

Psalm XLII. metaphrased..

ib.

XLIII.

ib.

Introduction

132 CXXVII.

163

Eclogue I. Amyntas
135 CXXXVII.

ib

ib.

PTSCATORY ECLOCUES.

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