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ON THE EAST END.
EDMUNDUS WALLER CUI HOC MARMOR SACRUM EST, COLESHILL NASCENDI
LOCUM HABUIT; CANTABRIGIAM STUDENDI; PATREM ROBERTUM ET
EX HAMPDENA STIRPE MATREM: COEPIT VIVERE III° MARTII, A. D. MDCV. PRIMA UXOR ANNA EDWARDI BANKS FILIA UNICA HÆERES. EX PRIMA BIS
PATER FACTUS; EX SECUNDA
A. D. MDCLXXXVII.
ON THE NORTH SIDE.
HOC MARMORE EDMUNDO WALLER
MARIÆQUE EX SECUNDIS NUPTIIS CONJUGI, PIENTISSIMIS PARENTIBUS,
PIISSIME' PARENTAVIT EDMUNDUS FILIUS HONORES BENE-MERENTIBUS EXTREMOS DEDIT QUOS IPSE FUGIT. EL. W. I. F. H. G. EX TESTAMENTO H. M. P. IN JUL. MDCC.
Poems, after the Restoration ; printed in the Year
Of her Chamber
Page 40 To Phyllis
my Lord of Northumberland, upon the Death of his Lady
42 To my Lord Admiral, of his late Sickness and Recovery
44 Song. “Stay, Phoebus, ftay!" On my Lady Dorothy Sidney's Picture
ibid. To Van Dyck
47 At Pens-Hurst
49 To my Lord of Leicester
50 Of the Lady who can sleep when the pleases
51 Of the Mif-report of her being painted
52 Of her passing through a Crowd of People 53 The Story of Phoebus and Daphne applied
54 Fabula Phæbi et Daphnes
ibid. Song. Say, lovely Dream! &c.”
55 To Mrs. Braughton, Servant to Sacharissa At Pens-Hurst To my young Lady Lucy Sidney To Amoret
60 On the Friendship betwixt Sacharissa and Amoret 62 To Amoret A la Malade Upon the Death of my Lady Rich The Battle of the Summer-Isands, in three Cantos 68 Song. “ Peace, babbling Mufe !"
77 To Phyllis
79 To my Lord of Falkland
63 64 65
80 For 107 To
For drinking of Healths
Page 81 Song. “ Chloris, farewel! &c." Of my Lady Isabella playing on the Lute To a Lady singing a Song of his composing Of Mrs. Arden
ibid, Of the Marriage of the Dwarfs Love's Farewell
86 From a Child
ibid. On a Girdle To the mutable Fair
ibid. Song. “ 'Tis not your Beauty can engage"
90 The Fall
91 Of Sylvia
92 The Bud
ibid. Song. “Behold the brand of Beauty toft!"
93 On the Discovery of a Lady's Painting
94 To a Lady, from whom he received a Silver Pen
95 To Chloris
96 Song. “ While I listen to thy Voice"
ibid. Of loving at first sight
97 The Self-banish'd
ibid. Song. “ Go, lovely Rose!"
99 Thyrsis, Galatea On the Head of a Stag To a Lady in Retirement
103 The Miser's Speech; in a Masque
104 Upon Ben Jonson
ibid. On Mr. John Fletcher's Plays.
106 To Mr. George Sandys, on his Translation of some Parts of the Bible