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Works of Sir John Suckling.djvu

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CONTENTS
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Introduction ix
To the Reader 3
On New-Year’s Day, 1640. To the King 7
Loving and Beloved 8
A Session of the Poets 9
Love's World 12
Sonnets 14
To his much Honoured the Lord Lepington, upon his Translation of Malvezzi, his 'Romulus' and 'Tarquin' 17
Against Fruition 18
'There never yet was Woman Made' 18
To my Friend Will. Davenant, upon his Poem of 'Madagascar' 19
To my Friend Will. Davenant, upon his other Poems 20
'Love, Reason, Hate, did once Bespeak' 20
Song 20
Upon my Lady Carlisle's Walking in Hampton Court Garden 21
To Mr. Davenant for Absence 22
Against Absence 23
A Supplement of an Imperfect Copy of Verses of Mr. William Shakespeare's, by the Author 24
''Tis now, since I sat down before' 25
Upon my Lord Brohall's Wedding 26
'Sir, Whether these Lines do Find You Out' 27
Against Fruition 28
A Ballad upon a Wedding 29
'My Dearest Rival, Lest our Love' 32
Song 33
Upon Two Sisters 35
To his Rival 35
Farewell to Love 37
To the Most Honoured and Highly Deserving the Lady Southcot 43
The Stationer to the Reader 44
The Invocation 45
[A Poem with the Answer] 45
Love turned to Hatred 47
The Careless Lover 47
Love and Debt alike Troublesome 48
Song 49
To a Lady that Forbade to Love before Company 50
The Guiltless Inconstant 50
Love's Representation 51
Song 52
Upon the Black Spots worn by my Lady D. E. 53
Song 53
Proffered Love Rejected 55
Desdain 56
Lute A Allison 57
Perjury Excused 58
Upon T. C. having the Pox 58
Upon the First Sight of my Lady Seymour 58
Upon L. M. Weeping 59
The Deformed Mistress 59
Non est Mortale Quod Opto 60
His Dream 61
Upon A. M. 61
A Candle 62
The Metamorphosis 62
To B. C. 62
Upon Sir John Laurence's bring Water over the Hills to my L. Middlesex his House at Witten 63
A Barber 63
A Soldier 63
To my Lady E. C. at her going out of England 64
A Pedlar of Small-wares 64
An Answer to some Verses made in His Praise 65
Love's Burning-glass 66
The Miracle 66
[Εί μέν ήν μαθείν] 66
Song 67
The Expostulation 68
Detraction Execrated 68
Song 69
A Prologue of the Author's to a Masque at Witten 70
Cantilena Politica-Jocunda Facta Post Principis Discessum in Hispaniam, 1623 71
Verses 73
Sir John Suckling's Answer 74
Aglaura 77
The Goblins 161
Brennoralt 217
The Sad One 267
Letters to Divers Eminent Personages 297
Letters to several Persons of Honour 327
An Account of Religion by Reason 339
Appendix 353
Notes on Poems 359
Notes on Plays 378
Notes on Letters 401
Index to First Lines 422