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SAMSON AGONISTES.

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Comus, a Mask .

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Lycidas...

123

Il Penseroso.

134

L'Allegro

141

Arcades

148

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS :

On the Death of a fair Infant, dying of a Cough... 154

At a Vacation Exercise in the College..

158

On the Morning of Christ's Nativity.

163

The Hymn.

165

The Passion...

176

On Time..

179

Upon the Circumcision.

180

At a Solemn Music..

182
An Epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester.. 183
Song. On May Morning....

186
Epitaph on the admirable Dramatic Poet, W.
Shakspeare.....

187

On the University Carrier. .

188

Another on the same.

189

Fragments of Translations..

190
Epigram on Salmasius's Hundreda.

196
On the new Forcers of Conscience under the Long
Parliament....

196

SONNETS :

1. To the Nightingale......

198

II. ‘Donna leggiadra il cui bel nome honora.' 198

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SONNETS :
III. 'Qual in colle aspro, al imbrunir di sera.'.. 199
Canzone

200
IV. •Diodati, e te'l dirò con maraviglia.'.

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V. 'Per certo i bei vostr' occhi, Donna mia,'. 201

VI. · Giovane piano, e simplicetto amante.'..
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201

VII. On his being arrived to the age of twenty-

three..

202

VIII. When the Assault was intended to the City.... 203

IX. To a virtuous young Lady.

203

X. To the Lady Margaret Ley..

204

XI. On the detraction which followed upon my

writing certain Treatises..

205

XII. On the same..

206

XIII. To Mr. H. Lawes on the publishing his Airs... 206

XIV. On the Religious Memory of Mrs. Catharine

Thomson.

207

XV. To the Lord General Fairfax.

208
XVI. To the Lord General Cromwell.

209
XVII. To Sir Henry Vane the younger.

210

XVIII. On the late Massacre in Piemont.

211

XIX. On his Blindness..

212

XX. To Mr. Lawrence.

213

XXI. To Cyriac Skinner.

213

XXII. To the same....

214
XXIII. On his deceased wife.

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PSALMS
Joannis Miltoni Londinensis Poemata.
ELEGIARUM LIBER :

I. Ad Carolum Deodatum....
II. In obitum Præconis Academici Cantabrigi-

ensis...
III. In obitum Præsulis Wintoniensis.
IV. Ad Thomam Junium, &c....

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V. In adventum Veris.....
VI. Ad Carolum Deodatum ruri commorantem....
VII.

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SONNET TO

CHARLES LORD BISHOP OF WINCHESTER

ON HIS PUBLICATION OF

MILTON DE DOCTRINA CHRISTIANA.

As one whose footsteps by some ancient stream,
Tibur, or old Tissus, chance upturn,
Of time forgotten, sculptur'd trunk or urn,
Work of the Phidian chisel, as may seem
Inimitable; straight as from a dream
Waketh, nor hasteneth onward, till he learn,
Wondering, each grace, each beauty :-so did burn
My heart, when first by thee disclos'd, the gleam
It caught of Milton's page, by envious crime
Forgotten or deform'd. Oh! well hast thou
And fitliest, paid the debt, though late, that prime
And holy song requiting, by old time
Remember'd, which twin-lustre sheds e’en now
On thee and elder WINTON's mitred brow.

J. M
Benhall, Nov. 1831.

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1 See Miltoni Eleg. in Obitum Præs. Wintoniensis.

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