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Page 1 Preface to the first Edition of Mr. Waller's Poems, after the Restoration; printed in the Year 1664

3 Préface to the second Part of Mr. Waller's Poems; Printed in the Year 1690

7 Of the Danger his Majesty (being Prince) escaped in the Road at Saint Andero

15 Of his Majesty's receiving the News of the Duke of

Buckingham's Death To the King on his Navy On the taking of Salle

24 Upon his Majesty's repairing of St. Paul's

25 To the Queen, occasioned upon sight of her Majesty's Picture

28 of the Queen

30 The Apology of Sleep, for not approaching the Lady

who can do any thing but sleep when the pleaseth 32 Puerperium

34 To the Queen-Mother of France, upon her landing 35 The Country to my Lady of Carlisle

36 The Countess of Carlisle in mourning

37 In answer to one who writ a Libel against the Countess of Carlisle

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Of her Chamber
To Phyllis

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To my Lord of Northumberland, upon the Death of

his Lady
To my Lord Admiral, of his late Sickness and Re-

covery
Song. Stay, Phoebus, ftay!"

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On my Lady Dorothy Sidney's Picture

ibid.
To Van Dyck
At Pens-Hurit

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To my Lord of Leicester

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Of the Lady who can sleep when the pleases 51
Of the Mil-report of her being painted

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Of her passing through a Crowd of People

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The Story of Phæbus and Daphne applied

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Fabula Phoebi et Daphnes

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Song. “ Say, lovely Dream! &c.”

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To Mrs. Braughton, Servant to Sachariffa
At Pens-Hurt
To my young Lady Lucy Sidney
To Amoret
On the Friendship betwixt Sacharissa and Amoret 62
To Amoret
A la Malade
Upon the Death of my Lady Rich
The Battle of the Summer-Ilands, in three Cantos 68
Song. “ Peace, babbling Muse!"

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Of Love

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To Phyllis •
To my Lord of Falkland

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To Mr. Henry Lawes, who had then newly set a Song of mine, in the Year 1635

Page 108 To Sir William D'Avenant, upon his Two Firf Book's of Gondibert, written in France

109 To his worthy Friend, Mr. Wase, the Translator of

Gratius To his worthy Friend Master Eve!yn, upon his Tran

flation of Lucretius To his worthy Friend Sir Thomas Higgins, upon his Translation of the Venetian Triumph.

113 Verses to Dr. George Rogers, on his taking the Degree

of Doctor in Physic at Padua, in the Year 1664 114 Chloris and Hylas. Made to a Saraband

116 In Answer of Sir John Suckling's Verses

117 To a Friend, of the different Success of their Loves

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An Apology for having loved before
To Zelinda
To my Lady Morton, on New-year's-day, at the
Louvre in Paris

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To a fair Lady, playing with a Snake
The Night-Piece, or a Picture drawn in the Dark 126.
Part of the Fourth Book of Virgil's Æneis translated

128 On the Picture of a Fair Youth, taken after he was

dead On a Brede of divers Colours, woven by four Ladies

ibid. A Panegyric to my Lord Protector, &c.

134 Of a War'with Spain, and Fight at Sea

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