Author:Henry Vaughan

Henry Vaughan
Welsh Metaphysical poet and doctor.



  • Peace
  • The Match
  • The World
  • Poems, with the Tenth Satire of Juvenal Englished (1646)
  • Olor Iscanus (the Swan of Usk) (1651)
  • Silex Scintillans: or Sacred Poems and Pious Ejaculations (1650)
  • Thalia Rediviva: the Pastimes and Diversions of a Country Muse (1678), co-authored with Thomas Vaughan


  • The Mount of Olives: or Solitary Devotions


  • Flores Solitudinis (1654), consisting of two prose translations from Nierembergius, one from St Eucherius, and a life of Paulinus, bishop of Nola
  • Hermetical Physick translated from "Naturae Sanctuarium" by Henricus Nollius

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