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CONTENTS.

Description of Arcadia 81

Pamela and Philnclea 81

Description of a Stag-hunt 82

His Defence of Poesy 83

Character of the Poet 83

Philosopher, Historian, and Poet, com-

pared 84

In Praise of Poesy 85

Poetry—Sonnet to Sleep 87

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE 87

\ Passionate Shepherd to hi* Lore- • > 87

K01IERT SOUTHWELL 88

The Power of Truth, Bryant, (note)-. 89

Times go by Turns 89

Scorn not the Least 90

Content and Rich 90

Prose—Mary Magdalen's Tears 91

Life hath no Unmeddlcd Joy 92

EDMUND SPENSER 93

Remarks on the "Faerie Quoene"- •• • 94

The Knight and the Lady 99

Una followed by the Lion 97

Description of Prince Arthur 99

Belphoebo 100

The Care of Angels oyer Men 102

Tho Seasons 102

Criticisms of Mackintosh, Hazlitt, and

Campbell, (notes) 103

Prose Works 103

The Irian Barda 104

RICHARD HOOKER 104

His Ecclesiastical Polity 105

His Letter to the Archbishop 105

The Necessity and Majesty of Law- • ■ 106

Sudden Death not Desirable 107

The Excellency of the Psalms 108

ENGLISH MINSTRELSY 109

Aocount of the Minstrels 109

Sir Patrick Spens 109

Chevy Chase 112

Tho Two Corbies 118

QUEEN ELIZABETH 117

Verses on her own Feelings 117

Historical Account of them, (note)-•■• 117

TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE 118

Coverdale's Bible 118

Matthcwo's Bible 11R

Cranmer'a, or the Great Bible 119

Tavernor's Bible 119

Genera Bible 119

Bishops'Bible 119

Douay Bible 119

King James's Bible 119

Account of the same 119

Influence of the Bible on the English

Mind 120

Mrs. Ellis's Remarks, (note) 121

rnOMAS SACKVILLE 121

From the Ferrex and Porrex 122

The Mirror of Magistrates 122

Allegorical Characters in Hel' 122

BIB TTOMAS OVERBURY 125

The Wife 126

SIR THOMAS OVERBURY.

Prose Writings • 120

A Fair aud Happy Milkmaid 126

WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE 127

Chronological List of his Plays 128

Ben Jonson's Encomium 129

Dryden's Enoomium 129

From the "Merchant of Venice,"—tho

Three Caskets 130

The Seven Ages 134

Clarence's Dream 135

Fall of Cardinal Wolscy 137

Queen Mab and the Fairies 139

Life and Death weighed 140

Mercy 141

Fame to bo kept bright by Activity • ■ - 141

The Commonwealth of Bees 142

BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER 143

Address to Melancholy 143

The Life of Man 144

Morning 144

Exhortation to Early Rising 144

The Shepherd's Evening 145

SIR WALTER RALEIOn 146

The Fall of mighty Empires—Tho Folly

of Ambition—The Power of Death 147

His various Prose Works 148

Poetry 149

A Description of the Country's Recrea-

tions 149

Sir Egerton Brydges's Opinion of him

as a Poet, (note) 149

The Nymph's Reply to tho Shepherd • 3 50

A Vision upon the Faerie Queene 151

The Soul's Errand 151

His last Letter to bis Wife 153

LADY ELIZABETH CAREY 154

On Forgiveness of Injuries 154

SAMUEL DANIEL 155

His History of the Civil Wars 155

Equanimity 156

Richard tho Second 167

GILES FLETCHER 158

Redemption 168

FRANCIS BACON 159

Account of his various Works 160

Diverse Objects of Men to gain Know-

ledge 161

Preservation of Knowledge 161

Pleasure of Knowledge 162

Uses of Knowledge 162

Studies 163

End of Knowledge 164

Immortality of Literary Faino 164

JOHN DONNE 165

The Farewell 166

Prose 167

The Psalms 167

Christians to Preach by Example 167

God may be Worshipped anywhere •• 167

Greatest Cross to have no Cross 168

Anger 168

MICHAEL DRAYTON- 169

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MICHAEL DRAYTON.

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