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THE

POEMS

OF

Edmund Waller.

VOL. I.

Chiswick :

FROM THE PRESS OF C. WHITTINGHAM,

COLLEGE HOUSE,

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Of the Misreport of her being painted..

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Of her passing through a Crowd of People........

The Story of Phoebus and Daphne applied ...........

Fabula Phoebi et Daphnes ..................

At Penshurst........................

On the Friendship betwixt Sacharissa and Amoret.......

A la Malade.

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Upon the Death of my Lady Rich..........................

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Of Love................

For drinking of Healths...............

Of my Lady Isabella, playing on the Lute.................

Of Mrs. Arden..

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Of the Marriage of the Dwarfs..

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Love's Farewell ............

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From a Child ....

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On a Girdle ...........................

108

The Fall................................

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Of Sylvia.. .............

110

The Bud ...............

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On the Discovery of a Lady's Painting. ..................

Of Loving at first Sight ............

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The Self-banished.........

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Thyrsis, Galatea ....

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On the Head of a Stag..............

The Miser's Speech. In a Mask............................

Upon Ben Jonson ........

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On Mr. John Fletcher's Plays................

118

Verses to Dr. George Rogers, on his taking the degree

of Doctor of Physic at Padua, in the year 1664...... 119

Chloris and Hylas. Made to a Saraband................... 120

In Answer of Sir John Suckling's Verses.................. 121

An Apology for having loved before ........................

The Night-Piece; or, a Picture drawn in the Dark...... 124

Part of the Fourth Book of Virgil's Æneis translated... 126

On the Picture of a fair Youth, taken after he was dead.. 130

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