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ON THE EAST END.
EDMUNDUS WALLER CUI HOC MARMOR
LOCUM HABUIT; CANTABRIGIAM
EX HAMPDENA STIRPE MATREM:
ON THE NORTH SIDE.
HOC MARMORE EDMUNDO WALLER
MARIÆQUE EX SECUNDIS NUPTIIS
Preface to the firft Edition of Mr. Waller's
Poems, after the Restoration; printed in the Year
Preface to the second Part of Mr. Waller's Poems;
The Apology of Sleep, for not approaching the Lady
who can do any thing but fleep when she pleaseth 32
To the Queen-Mother of France, upon her landing 35
The Country to my Lady of Carlisle
Of her Chamber
To my Lord of Northumberland, upon the Death of
To my Lord Admiral, of his late Sicknefs and Recovery
Song. "Stay, Phoebus, ftay!"
On my Lady Dorothy Sidney's Picture
To my Lord of Leicester
Of the Lady who can fleep when the pleases
Say, lovely Dream! &c."
To Mrs. Braughton, Servant to Sachariffa
To my young Lady Lucy Sidney
'The Battle of the Summer-Iflands, in three Cantos 68
For drinking of Healths
Song. "Chloris, farewel! &c."
Of my Lady Isabella playing on the Lute
To a Lady finging a Song of his compofing
Of the Marriage of the Dwarfs
Of loving at first Sight
Song. "Behold the brand of Beauty tost!”
On the Discovery of a Lady's Painting
To a Lady, from whom he received a Silver Pen
Song. "While I listen to thy Voice"
Song. “Go, lovely Rose!”
On the Head of a Stag
To a Lady in Retirement
The Mifer's Speech; in a Masque
Upon Ben Jonfon
On Mr. John Fletcher's Plays.
To Mr. George Sandys, on his Tranflation of fome
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