The Hesperides & Noble Numbers/Hesperides

HESPERIDES:
OR,
THE WORKS
BOTH
HUMANE & DIVINE
OF
Robert Herrick Esq.

 

 

Ovid.

Effugient avidos Carmina nostra Rogos.

 

 
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LONDON
Printed for John Williams, and Francis Eglesfield,
and are to be sold by Tho. Hunt, Book-seller
in Exon. 1648.

Chapters(not individually listed)

 
1. The Argument of His Book
2. To His Muse
3. To His Book
4. Another
5. [(To His Book.) Another, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
6. [To the Sour Reader, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
7. To His Book
8. When He Would Have His Verses Read
9. Upon Julia's Recovery
10. To Silvia to Wed
11. The Parliament of Roses to Julia
12. No Bashfulness in Begging
13. The Frozen Heart
14. To Perilla
15. A Song to the Maskers
16. To Perenna
17. Treason
18. Two Things Odious
19. To His Mistresses
20. The Wounded Heart
21. No Loathsomeness in Love
22. To Anthea
23. The Weeping Cherry
24. Soft Music
25. The Difference Betwixt Kings and Subjects
26. His Answer to a Question
27. Upon Julia's Fall
28. Expenses Exhaust
29. Love, What It Is
30. Presence and Absence
31. No Spouse but a Sister
32. The Pomander Bracelet
33. The Shoe-Tying
34. The Carcanet
35. His Sailing From Julia
36. How the Wall-flower Came First, and Why So Called
37. Why Flowers Change Colour
38. To His Mistress Objecting to Him Neither Toying or Talking
39. Upon the Loss of His Mistresses
40. The Dream
41. [The Vine, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
42. To Love
43. On Himself
44. Love's Play at Push-Pin
45. The Rosary
46. Upon Cupid
47. The Parcae; or, Three Dainty Destinies: The Armillet
48. Sorrows Succeed
49. Cherry-pit
50. To Robin Redbreast
51. Discontents in Devon
52. To His Paternal Country
53. Cherry-ripe
54. To His Mistresses
55. To Anthea
56. The Vision to Electra
57. Dreams
58. Ambition
59. His Request to Julia
60. Money Gets the Mastery
61. The Scare-fire
62. Upon Silvia, a Mistress
63. Cheerfulness in Charity; or, the Sweet Sacrifice
64. [Once Poor, Still Penurious, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
65. Sweetness in Sacrifice
66. Steam in Sacrifice
67. Upon Julia's Voice
68. Again
69. All Things Decay and Die
70. The Succession of the Four Sweet Months
71. No Shipwreck of Virtue. To a Friend
72. Upon His Sister-in-law, Mistress Elizabeth Herrick
73. Of Love. A Sonnet
74. /To Anthea (Ah, my Anthea! Must my heart still break?)
75. The Rock of Rubies, and the Quarry of Pearls
76. Conformity
77. To the King, Upon His Coming With His Army Into the West
78. Upon Roses
79. To the King and Queen Upon Their Unhappy Distances
80. Dangers Wait on Kings
81. The Cheat of Cupid; or, the Ungentle Guest
82. To the Reverend Shade of His Religious Father
83. Delight in Disorder
84. To His Muse
85. Upon Love
86. To Dean Bourn, a Rude River in Devon, by Which Sometimes He Lived
87. Kissing Usury
88. To Julia
89. To Laurels
90. His Cavalier
91. Zeal Required in Love
92. The Bag of the Bee
93. Love Killed by Lack
94. To His Mistress
95. To the Generous Reader
96. To Critics
97. Duty to Tyrants
98. Being Once Blind, His Request to Bianca
99. [Upon Blanch, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
100. No Want Where There's Little
101. Barley-break; or, Last in Hell
102. The Definition of Beauty
103. To Dianeme
104. To Anthea Lying in Bed
105. To Electra
106. A Country-life: To His Brother, Mr. Tho. Herrick
107. Divination by a Daffodil
108. To the Painter, to Draw Him a Picture
109. [Upon Cuffe. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
110. [Upon Fone a Schoolmaster. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
111. A Lyric to Mirth
112. To the Earl of Westmoreland
113. Against Love
114. Upon Julia's Riband
115. The Frozen Zone; or, Julia Disdainful
116. An Epitaph Upon a Sober Matron
117. To the Patron of Poets, M. End. Porter
118. The Sadness of Things for Sappho's Sickness
119. Leander's Obsequies
120. Hope Heartens
121. Four Things Make Us Happy Here
122. His Parting From Mrs. Dorothy Kennedy
123. The Tear Sent to Her From Staines
124. Upon One Lily, Who Married With a Maid Called Rose
125. An Epitaph Upon a Child
126. [Upon Scobble. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
127. The Hour-glass
128. His Farewell to Sack
129. [Upon Glasco. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
130. Upon Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler, Under the Name of Amarillis
131. [The Custard, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
132. To Myrrha, Hard-hearted
133. The Eye
134. Upon the Much-lamented Mr. J. Warr
135. [Upon Gryll, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
136. The Suspicion Upon His Over-much Familiarity With a Gentlewoman
137. Single Life Most Secure
138. The Curse. A Song
139. The Wounded Cupid. Song
140. To Dews. A Song
141. Some Comfort in Calamity
142. The Vision
143. Love Me Little, Love Me Long
144. Upon a Virgin Kissing a Rose
145. Upon a Wife That Died Mad With Jealousy
146. Upon the Bishop of Lincoln's Imprisonment
147. Dissuasions From Idleness
148. [Upon Strut, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
149. An Epithalamy to Sir Thomas Southwell and His Lady
150. Tears Are Tongues
151. Upon a Young Mother of Many Children
152. To Electra
153. His Wish
154. His Protestation to Perilla
155. Love Perfumes All Parts
156. To Julia
157. On Himself
158. Virtue Is Sensible of Suffering
159. The Cruel Maid
160. To Dianeme
161. To the King, to Cure the Evil
162. His Misery in a Mistress
163. [Upon Jolly's Wife, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
164. To a Gentlewoman Objecting to Him His Gray Hairs
165. To Cedars
166. Upon Cupid
167. How Primroses Came Green
168. To Jos., Lord Bishop of Exeter
169. Upon a Black Twist Rounding the Arm of the Countess of Carlisle
170. On Himself
171. [Upon Pagget, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
172. A Ring Presented to Julia
173. To the Detractor
174. Upon the Same
175. Julia's Petticoat
176. To Music
177. Distrust
178. Corinna's Going a-Maying
179. On Julia's Breath
180. Upon a Child. An Epitaph
181. A Dialogue Betwixt Horace and Lydia, Translated Anno 1627, and Set by Mr. Ro. Ramsey
182. The Captiv'd Bee, or the Little Filcher
183. [Upon Prig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
184. [Upon Batt, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
185. An Ode to Master Endymion Porter, Upon His Brother's Death
186. To His Dying Brother, Master William Herrick
187. The Olive Branch
188. [Upon Much-more. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
189. To Cherry-blossoms
190. How Lilies Came White
191. To Pansies
192. On Gilly-flowers Begotten
193. The Lily in a Crystal
194. To His Book
195. Upon Some Women
196. Supreme Fortune Falls Soonest
197. The Welcome to Sack
198. Impossibilities to His Friend
199. [Upon Luggs. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
200. [Upon Gubbs. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
201. To Live Merrily and to Trust to Good Verses
202. Fair Days: or, Dawns Deceitful
203. Lips Tongueless
204. To the Fever, Not to Trouble Julia
205. To Violets
206. [Upon Bunce. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
207. To Carnations. A Song
208. To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time
209. Safety to Look to Oneself
210. To His Friend, on the Untunable Times
211. His Poetry His Pillar
212. Safety on the Shore
213. A Pastoral Upon the Birth of Prince Charles. Presented to the King, and Set by Mr. Nic. Laniere
214. To the Lark
215. The Bubble. A Song
216. A Meditation for His Mistress
217. The Bleeding Hand; or, the Sprig of Eglantine Given to a Maid
218. Lyric for Legacies
219. A Dirge Upon the Death of the Right Valiant Lord, Bernard Stuart
220. To Perenna, a Mistress
221. [Great Boast Small Roast, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
222. [Upon a Blear-ey'd Woman, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
223. The Fairy Temple; or, Oberon's Chapel Dedicated to Mr. John Merrifield, Counsellor-at-law
224. To Mistress Katherine Bradshaw, the Lovely, That Crowned Him With Laurel
225. The Plaudit, or End of Life
226. To the Most Virtuous Mistress Pot, Who Many Times Entertained Him
227. To Music, to Becalm His Fever
228. Upon a Gentlewoman With a Sweet Voice
229. Upon Cupid
230. Upon Julia's Breasts
231. Best to Be Merry
232. The Changes to Corinna
233. [No Lock Against Letchery, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
234. Neglect
235. Upon Himself
236. Upon a Physician
237. [Upon Sudds, a Laundress, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
238. To the Rose. A Song
239. [Upon Guess. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
240. To His Book
241. Upon a Painted Gentlewoman
242. [Upon a Crooked Maid, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
243. Draw-gloves
244. To Music, to Becalm a Sweet-sick Youth
245. To the High and Noble Prince George, Duke, Marquis, and Earl of Buckingham
246. His Recantation
247. The Coming of Good Luck
248. The Present; or, the Bag of the Bee
249. On Love
250. The Hock-cart or Harvest Home. To the Right Honourable Mildmay, Earl of Westmoreland
251. The Perfume
252. Upon Her Voice
253. Not to Love
254. To Music. A Song
255. To the Western Wind
256. Upon the Death of His Sparrow. An Elegy
257. To Primroses Filled With Morning Dew
258. How Roses Came Red
259. Comfort to a Lady Upon the Death of Her Husband
260. How Violets Came Blue
261. [Upon Groynes. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
262. To the Willow-tree
263. Mrs. Eliz. Wheeler, Under the Name of the Lost Shepherdess
264. To the King
265. To the Queen
266. The Poet's Good Wishes for the Most Hopeful and Handsome Prince, the Duke of York
267. To Anthea, Who May Command Him Anything
268. Prevision or Provision
269. Obedience in Subjects
270. More Potent, Less Peccant
271. Upon a Maid That Died the Day She Was Married
272. [Upon Pink, an Ill-fac'd Painter. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
273. [Upon Brock. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
274. To Meadows
275. Crosses
276. Miseries
277. [Laugh and Lie Down, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
278. To His Household Gods
279. To the Nightingale and Robin Redbreast
280. To the Yew and Cypress to Grace His Funeral
281. I Call and I Call
282. On a Perfumed Lady
283. A Nuptial Song or Epithalamy on Sir Clipseby Crew and His Lady
284. The Silken Snake
285. Upon Himself
286. Upon Love
287. Reverence to Riches
288. Devotion Makes the Deity
289. To All Young Men That Love
290. The Eyes
291. No Fault in Women
292. [Upon Shark. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
293. Oberon's Feast
294. Event of Things Not in Our Power
295. Upon Her Blush
296. Merits Make the Man
297. To Virgins
298. Virtue
299. The Bellman
300. Bashfulness
301. To the Most Accomplished Gentleman, Master Edward Norgate, Clerk of the Signet to His Majesty. Epig
302. Upon Prudence Baldwin: Her Sickness
303. To Apollo. A Short Hymn
304. A Hymn to Bacchus
305. [Upon Bungy, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
306. On Himself
307. Casualties
308. Bribes and Gifts Get All
309. The End
310. Upon a Child That Died
311. [Upon Sneape. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
312. Content, Not Cates
313. The Entertainment; or, Porch-verse, at the Marriage of Mr. Henry Northly and the Most Witty Mrs. Lettice Yard
314. The Good-night or Blessing
315. [Upon Leech, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
316. To Daffodils
317. [To a Maid, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
318. Upon a Lady That Died in Child-bed, and Left a Daughter Behind Her
319. A New-year's Gift Sent to Sir Simon Steward
320. Matins; or, Morning Prayer
321. Evensong
322. The Bracelet to Julia
323. The Christian Militant
324. A Short Hymn to Lar
325. Another to Neptune
326. [Upon Greedy. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
327. His Embalming to Julia
328. Gold Before Goodness
329. The Kiss. A Dialogue
330. The Admonition
331. To His Honoured Kinsman, Sir William Soame. Epig
332. On Himself
333. To Lar
334. The Departure of the Good Demon
335. Clemency
336. His Age, Dedicated to His Peculiar Friend, M. John Wickes, Under the Name of Posthumus
337. A Short Hymn to Venus
338. To a Gentlewoman on Just Dealing
339. The Hand and Tongue
340. Upon a Delaying Lady
341. To the Lady Mary Villars, Governess to the Princess Henrietta
342. Upon His Julia
343. To Flowers
344. To My Ill Reader
345. The Power in the People
346. A Hymn to Venus and Cupid
347. On Julia's Picture
348. Her Bed
349. Her Legs
350. Upon Her Alms
351. Rewards
352. Nothing New
353. The Rainbow
354. The Meadow-verse; or, Anniversary to Mistress Bridget Lowman
355. The Parting Verse, the Feast There Ended
356. Upon Judith. Epig
357. [Long and Lazy, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
358. [Upon Ralph. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
359. To the Right Honourable Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery
360. An Hymn to Juno
361. [Upon Mease. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
362. Upon Sappho Sweetly Playing and Sweetly Singing
363. [Upon Paske, a Draper, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
364. Chop-cherry
365. To the Most Learned, Wise, and Arch-antiquary, M. John Selden
366. Upon Himself
367. Upon Wrinkles
368. [Upon Prigg, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
369. [Upon Moon, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
370. Pray and Prosper
371. His Lachrymæ; or, Mirth Turned to Mourning
372. [Upon Shift, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
373. [Upon Cuts, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
374. [Gain and Gettings, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
375. To the Most Fair and Lovely Mistress Anne Soame, Now Lady Abdie
376. Upon His Kinswoman, Mistress Elizabeth Herrick
377. A Panegyric to Sir Lewis Pemberton
378. To His Valentine on St. Valentine's Day
379. [Upon Doll. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
380. [Upon Skrew. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
381. [Upon Linnet. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
382. Upon M. Ben. Jonson. Epig
383. Another
384. To His Nephew, to Be Prosperous in His Art of Painting
385. [Upon Glass. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
386. A Vow to Mars
387. To His Maid, Prew
388. A Canticle to Apollo
389. A Just Man
390. Upon a Hoarse Singer
391. How Pansies or Heart's-ease Came First
392. To His Peculiar Friend, Sir Edward Fish, Knight Baronet
393. Lar's Portion and the Poet's Part
394. Upon Man
395. Liberty
396. Lots to Be Liked
397. Griefs
398. [Upon Eeles. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
399. The Dream
400. [Upon Rasp. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
401 [Upon Center, a Spectacle-maker With a Flat Nose, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
402. [Upon a Blear-ey'd Woman, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
403. Clothes Do but Cheat and Cozen Us
404. To Dianeme
405. Upon Electra
406. To His Book
407. Of Love
408. Upon Himself
409. Another
410. [Upon Skinns. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
411. [Upon Pievish. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
412. [Upon Jolly and Jilly. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
413. The Mad Maid's Song
414. To Springs and Fountains
415. Upon Julia's Unlacing Herself
416. To Bacchus, a Canticle
417. The Lawn
418. The Frankincense
419. [Upon Patrick, a Footman. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
420. [Upon Bridget. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
421. To Sycamores
422. A Pastoral Sung to the King: Montano, Silvio, and Mirtillo, Shepherds
423. The Poet Loves a Mistress, but Not to Marry
424. [Upon Flimsey. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
425. [Upon Shewbread. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
426. The Willow Garland
427. A Hymn to Sir Clipseby Crew
428. [Upon Roots. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
429. [Upon Craw, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
430. [Observation, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
431. Empires
432. Felicity Quick of Flight
433. [Putrefaction, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
434. [Passion, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
435. [Jack and Jill, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
436. [Upon Parson Beanes, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
437. The Crowd and Company
438. [Short and Long Both Likes, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
439. Policy in Princes
440. [Upon Rook. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
441. Upon the Nipples of Julia's Breast
442. To Daisies, Not to Shut So Soon
443. To the Little Spinners
444. Oberon's Palace
445. To His Peculiar Friend, Mr. Thomas Shapcott, Lawyer
446. To Julia in the Temple
447. To Oenone
449. His Weakness in Woes
450. Fame Makes Us Forward
451. To Groves
452. An Epitaph Upon a Virgin
453. To the Right Gracious Prince, Lodowick, Duke of Richmond and Lennox
454. To Jealousy
455. To Live Freely
456. [Upon Spunge. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
457. His Alms
458. Upon Himself
459. To Enjoy the Time
460. Upon Love
461. To the Right Honourable Mildmay, Earl of Westmoreland
462. The Plunder
463. Littleness No Cause of Leanness
464. [Upon One Who Said She Was Always Young, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
465. [Upon Huncks. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
466. The Jimmall Ring or True-love Knot
467. The Parting Verse or Charge to His Supposed Wife When He Travelled
468. To His Kinsman, Sir Thos. Soame
469. To Blossoms
470. Man's Dying-place Uncertain
471. Nothing Free-cost
472. Few Fortunate
473. To Perenna
474. To the Ladies
475. The Old Wives' Prayer
476. [Upon a Cheap Laundress. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
477. Upon His Departure Hence
478. The Wassail
479. Upon a Lady Fair but Fruitless
480. How Springs Came First
481. To Rosemary and Bays
482. [Upon Skurf, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
483. Upon a Scar in a Virgin's Face
484. Upon His Eyesight Failing Him
485. To His Worthy Friend, M. Thos. Falconbirge
486. Upon Julia's Hair Fill'd With Dew
487. Another on Her
488. Loss From the Least
489. Reward and Punishments
490. Shame No Statist
491. To Sir Clipseby Crew
492. Upon Himself
493. Fresh Cheese and Cream
494. An Eclogue or Pastoral Between Endymion Porter and Lycidas Herrick, Set and Sung
495. To a Bed of Tulips
496. A Caution
497. To the Water Nymphs Drinking at the Fountain
498. To His Honoured Kinsman, Sir Richard Stone
499. Upon a Fly
500. [Upon Jack and Jill. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
501. To Julia
502. To Mistress Dorothy Parsons
503. [Upon Parrat, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
504. How He Would Drink His Wine
505. How Marigolds Came Yellow
506. The Broken Crystal
507. Precepts
508. To the Right Honourable Edward, Earl of Dorset
509. Upon Himself
510. Hope Well and Have Well: or, Fair After Foul Weather
511. Upon Love
512. To His Kinswoman, Mrs. Penelope Wheeler
513. Another Upon Her
514. [Kissing and Bussing, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
515. Cross and Pile
516. To the Lady Crew, Upon the Death of Her Child
517. His Winding-sheet
518. To Mistress Mary Willand
519. Change Gives Content
520. [Upon Maggot, a Frequenter of Ordinaries, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
521. On Himself
522. Fortune Favours
523. To Phyllis, to Love and Live With Him
524. To His Kinswoman, Mistress Susanna Herrick
525. Upon Mistress Susanna Southwell, Her Cheeks
526. Upon Her Eyes
527. Upon Her Feet
528. To His Honoured Friend, Sir John Mince
529. Upon His Grey Hairs
530. Accusation
531. Pride Allowable in Poets
532. A Vow to Minerva
533. [On Joan, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
534. [Upon Letcher. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
535. [Upon Dundrige, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
536. To Electra
537. Discord Not Disadvantageous
538. Ill Government
539. To Marigolds
540. To Dianeme
541. To Julia, the Flaminica Dialis or Queen-priest
542. Anacreontic
543. Meat Without Mirth
544. Large Bounds Do but Bury Us
545. Upon Ursley
546. An Ode to Sir Clipseby Crew
547. To His Worthy Kinsman, Mr. Stephen Soame
548. To His Tomb-maker
549. Great Spirits Supervive
550. None Free From Fault
551. Upon Himself Being Buried
552. Pity to the Prostrate
553. [Way in a Crowd, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
554. His Content in the Country
555. The Credit of the Conqueror
556. On Himself
557. [Upon One-ey'd Broomsted. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
558. The Fairies
559. To His Honoured Friend, M. John Weare, Councillor
560. The Watch
561. Lines Have Their Linings, and Books Their Buckram
562. Art Above Nature: To Julia
563. [Upon Sibilla, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
564. Upon His Kinswoman, Mistress Bridget Herrick
565. Upon Love
566. Upon a Comely and Curious Maid
567. Upon the Loss of His Finger
568. Upon Irene
569. Upon Electra's Tears
570. [Upon Tooly, in the Appendix of Epigrams]

 
571. A Hymn to the Graces
572. To Silvia
573. [Upon Blanch. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
574. [Upon Umber, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
575. The Poet Hath Lost His Pipe
576. True Friendship
577. The Apparition of His Mistress Calling Him to Elysium
578. Life Is the Body's Light
579. [Upon Urles, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
580. [Upon Franck, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
581. Love Lightly Pleased
582. The Primrose
583. The Tithe. To the Bride
584. A Frolic
585. Change Common to All
586. To Julia
587. No Luck in Love
588. In the Dark None Dainty
589. A Charm, or an Allay for Love
590. [Upon a Free Maid, With a Foul Breath, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
591. [Upon Coone. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
592. To His Brother-in-law, Master John Wingfield
593. The Headache
594. On Himself
595. Upon a Maid
596. [Upon Spalt, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
597. [Of Horne, a Combmaker, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
598. Upon the Troublesome Times
599. Cruelty Base in Commanders
600. [Upon a Sour-breath Lady. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
601. Upon Lucia
602. Little and Loud
603. Shipwreck
604. Pains Without Profit
605. To His Book
606. His Prayer to Ben Jonson
607. Poverty and Riches
608. Again
609. The Covetous Still Captives
610. Laws
611. Of Love
612. [Upon Cock, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
613. To His Muse
614. The Bad Season Makes the Poet Sad
615. To Vulcan
616. Like Pattern, Like People
617. Purposes
618. To the Maids to Walk Abroad
619. His Own Epitaph
620. A Nuptial Verse to Mistress Elizabeth Lee, Now Lady Tracy
621. The Night-piece, to Julia
622. To Sir Clipseby Crew
623. Good Luck Not Lasting
624. A Kiss
625. Glory
626. Poets
627. No Despite to the Dead
628. To His Verses
629. His Charge to Julia at His Death
630. Upon Love
631. The Cobblers' Catch
632. [Upon Bran. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
633. [Upon Snare, an Usurer, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
634. [Upon Grudgings, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
635. Connubii Flores, or the Well-wishes at Weddings
636. To His Lovely Mistresses
637. Upon Love
638. [Upon Gander. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
639. [Upon Lungs. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
640. The Beggar to Mab, the Fairy Queen
641. An End Decreed
642. Upon a Child
643. Painting Sometimes Permitted
644. Farewell Frost, or Welcome the Spring
645. The Hag
646. Upon an Old Man: A Residentiary
647. Upon Tears
648. Physicians
649. The Primitiæ to Parents
650. [Upon Cob. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
651. Upon Lucy. Epig
652. [Upon Skoles. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
653. To Silvia
654. To His Closet-gods
655. A Bacchanalian Verse
656. Long-looked-for Comes at Last
657. To Youth
658. Never Too Late to Die
659. A Hymn to the Muses
660. On Himself
661. [Upon Jone and Jane, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
662. To Momus
663. Ambition
664. The Country Life, to the Honoured M. End. Porter, Groom of the Bedchamber to His Majesty
665. To Electra
666. To His Worthy Friend, M. Arthur Bartly
667. What Kind of Mistress He Would Have
668. [Upon Zelot, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
669. The Rosemary Branch
670. [Upon Madam Ursly. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
671. Upon Crab. Epig
672. A Paranæticall, or Advisive Verse, to His Friend, M. John Wicks
673. Once Seen and No More
674. Love
675. To M. Denham on His Prospective Poem
676. A Hymn to the Lares
677. Denial in Women No Disheartening to Men
678. Adversity
679. To Fortune
680. To Anthea
681. Cruelties
682. Perseverance
683. Upon His Verses
684. Distance Betters Dignities
685. Health
686. To Dianeme. A Ceremony in Gloucester
687. To the King
688. The Funeral Rites of the Rose
689. The Rainbow, or Curious Covenant
690. The Last Stroke Strikes Sure
691. Fortune
692. Stool-ball
693. To Sappho
694. On Poet Prat. Epig
695. Upon Tuck. Epig
696. Biting of Beggars
697. The May-pole
698. Men Mind No State in Sickness
699. Adversity
700. Want
701. Grief
702. Love Palpable
703. No Action Hard to Affection
704. Mean Things Overcome Mighty
705. [Upon Trigg. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
706. [Upon Smeaton, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
707. The Bracelet of Pearl: To Silvia
708. How Roses Came Red
709. Kings
710. First Work, and Then Wages
711. Tears and Laughter
712. Glory
713. Possessions
714. [Laxare Fibulam, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
715. His Return to London
716. Not Every Day Fit for Verse
717. Poverty the Greatest Pack
718. A Bucolic, or Discourse of Neatherds
719. True Safety
720. A Prognostic
721. Upon Julia's Sweat
722. Proof to No Purpose
723. Fame
724. By Use Comes Easiness
725. To the Genius of His House
726. His Grange, or Private Wealth
727. Good Precepts or Counsel
728. Money Makes the Mirth
729. Up Tails All
730. [Upon Franck, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
731. Upon Lucia Dabbled in the Dew
732. Charon and Philomel; A Dialogue Sung
733. [Upon Paul. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
734. [Upon Sibb. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
735. A Ternary of Littles, Upon a Pipkin of Jelly Sent to a Lady
736. Upon the Roses in Julia's Bosom
737. Maids' Nays Are Nothing
738. The Smell of the Sacrifice
739. Lovers: How They Come and Part
740. To Women, to Hide Their Teeth if They Be Rotten or Rusty
741. In Praise of Women
742. The Apron of Flowers
743. The Candour of Julia's Teeth
744. Upon Her Weeping
745. Another Upon Her Weeping
746. Delay
747. To Sir John Berkley, Governor of Exeter
748. To Electra. Love Looks for Love
749. Regression Spoils Resolution
750. Contention
751. Consultation
752. Love Dislikes Nothing
753. Our Own Sins Unseen
754. No Pains, No Gains
755. [Upon Slouch, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
756. Virtue Best United
757. The Eye
758. To Prince Charles Upon His Coming to Exeter
759. A Song
760. Princes and Favourites
761. Examples; or, Like Prince, Like People
762. Potentates
763. The Wake
764. The Peter-penny
765. To Doctor Alabaster
766. /Upon His Kinswoman, Mrs. M. S
767. Felicity Knows No Fence
768. Death Ends All Woe
769. A Conjuration to Electra
770. Courage Cooled
771. The Spell
772. His Wish to Privacy
773. A Good Husband
774. A Hymn to Bacchus
775. Upon Puss and Her ‘prentice. Epig
776. Blame the Reward of Princes
777. Clemency in Kings
778. Anger
779. A Psalm or Hymn to the Graces
780. A Hymn to the Muses
781. Upon Julia's Clothes
782. Moderation
783. To Anthea
784. Upon Prew, His Maid
785. The Invitation
786. Ceremonies for Christmas
787. Christmas-eve, Another Ceremony
788. Another to the Maids
789. Another
790. Power and Peace
791. To His Dear Valentine, Mistress Margaret Falconbridge
792. To Oenone
793. Verses
794. Happiness
795. Things of Choice Long A-coming
796. Poetry Perpetuates the Poet
797. [Upon Bice, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
798. [Upon Trencherman, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
799. Kisses
800. Orpheus
801. [Upon Comely, a Good Speaker but an Ill Singer. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
802. [Any Way for Wealth, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
803. [Upon an Old Woman, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
804. [Upon Pearch. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
805. To Sappho
806. To His Faithful Friend, M. John Crofts, Cup-bearer to the King
807. The Bride-cake
808. To Be Merry
809. Burial
810. Lenity
811. Penitence
812. Grief
813. The Maiden-blush
814. The Mean
815. Haste Hurtful
816. Purgatory
817. The Cloud
818. [Upon Loach, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
819. The Amber Bead
820. To My Dearest Sister, M. Mercy Herrick
821. The Transfiguration
822. Suffer That Thou Canst Not Shift
823. To the Passenger
824. [Upon Nodes, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
825. To the King, Upon His Taking of Leicester
826. To Julia, in Her Dawn, or Daybreak
827. Counsel
828. Bad Princes Pill the People
829. Most Words, Less Works
830. To Dianeme
831. [Upon Tap, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
832. His Loss
833. Draw and Drink
834. [Upon Punchin. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
835. To Oenone
836. [Upon Blinks. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
837. [Upon Adam Peapes. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
838. To Electra
839. To Mistress Amy Potter
840. Upon a Maid
841. Upon Love
842. Beauty
843. Upon Love
844. [Hanch, a Schoolmaster. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
845. [Upon Peason. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
846. To His Book
847. Readiness
848. Writing
849. Society
850. Upon a Maid
851. Satisfaction for Sufferings
852. The Delaying Bride
853. To M. Henry Lawes, the Excellent Composer of His Lyrics
854. Age Unfit for Love
855. The Bedman, or Gravemaker
856. To Anthea
857. Need
858. To Julia
859. On Julia's Lips
860. Twilight
861. To His Friend, Mr. J. Jincks
862. On Himself
863. Kings and Tyrants
864. Crosses
865. Upon Love
866. No Difference I' Th' Dark
867. The Body
868. To Sappho
869. Out of Time, Out of Tune
870. To His Book
871. To His Honoured Friend, Sir Thomas Heale
872. The Sacrifice, by Way of Discourse Betwixt Himself and Julia
873. To Apollo
874. On Love
875. Another
876. A Hymn to Cupid
877. To Electra
878. How His Soul Came Ensnared
879. Factions
880. [Kisses Loathsome, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
881. [Upon Reape, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
882. Kisses Loathsome
883. Upon Julia's Hair Bundled Up in a Golden Net
884. [Upon Truggin, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
885. The Shower of Blossoms
886. [Upon Spenke, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
887. A Defence for Women
888. [Upon Lulls, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
889. Slavery
890. Charms
891. Another
892. Another to Bring in the Witch
893. Another Charm for Stables
894. Ceremonies for Candlemas Eve
895. The Ceremonies for Candlemas Day
896. Upon Candlemas Day
897. [Surfeits, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
898. [Upon Nis, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
899. To Bianca, to Bless Him
900. Julia's Churching, or Purification
901. To His Book
902. Tears
903. To His Friend to Avoid Contention of Words
904. Truth
905. [Upon Prickles. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
906. The Eyes Before the Ears
907. Want
908. To a Friend
909. Upon M. William Lawes, the Rare Musician
910. A Song Upon Silvia
911. The Honeycomb
912. Upon Ben Jonson
913. An Ode for Him
914. Upon a Virgin
915. Blame
916. A Request to the Graces
917. Upon Himself
918. Multitude
919. Fear
920. To M. Kellam
921. Happiness to Hospitality; or, a Hearty Wish to Good Housekeeping
922. Cunctation in Correction
923. Present Government Grievous
924. Rest Refreshes
925. Revenge
926. The First Mars or Makes
927. Beginning Difficult
928. Faith Four-square
929. The Present Time Best Pleaseth
930. Clothes Are Conspirators
931. Cruelty
932. Fair After Foul
933. Hunger
934. Bad Wages for Good Service
935. The End
936. The Bondman
937. Choose for the Best
938. To Silvia
939. Fair Shows Deceive
940. His Wish
941. Upon Julia Washing Herself in the River
942. A Mean in Our Means
943. Upon Clunn
944. Upon Cupid
945. [Upon Blisse, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
946. [Upon Burr, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
947. [Upon Meg, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
948. An Hymn to Love
949. To His Honoured and Most Ingenious Friend, Mr. Charles Cotton
950. Women Useless
951. Love Is a Syrup
952. Leaven
953. Repletion
954. On Himself
955. No Man Without Money
956. On Himself
957. To M. Leonard Willan, His Peculiar Friend
958. To His Worthy Friend, M. John Hall, Student of Gray's Inn
959. To Julia
960. To the Most Comely and Proper M. Elizabeth Finch
961. [Upon Ralph, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
962. To His Book
963. To the King, Upon His Welcome to Hampton Court. Set and Sung
964. Ultimus Heroum: or, to the Most Learned, and to the Right Honourable, Henry, Marquis of Dorchester
965. To His Muse; Another to the Same
966. [Upon Vinegar, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
967. [Upon Mudge, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
968. To His Learned Friend, M. Jo. Harmar, Physician to the College of Westminster
969. Upon His Spaniel Tracy
970. The Deluge
971. [Upon Lupes, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
972. [Rags, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
973. Strength to Support Sovereignty
974. [Upon Tubbs, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
975. Crutches
976. To Julia
977. Upon Case
978. To Perenna
979. To His Sister-in-law, M. Susanna Herrick
980. Upon the Lady Crew
981. On Tomasin Parsons
982. Ceremony Upon Candlemas Eve
983. Suspicion Makes Secure
984. [Upon Spokes, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
985. To His Kinsman, M. Tho. Herrick, Who Desired to Be in His Book
986. A Bucolic Betwixt Two: Lacon and Thyrsis
987. Upon Sappho
988. [Upon Faunus, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
989. [The Quintell, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
990. A Bacchanalian Verse
991. Care a Good Keeper
992. Rules for Our Reach
993. To Bianca
994. To the Handsome Mistress Grace Potter
995. Anacreontic
996. More Modest, More Manly
997. Not to Covet Much Where Little Is the Charge
998. Anacreontic Verse
999. [Upon Penny, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1000. Patience in Princes
1001. Fear Gets Force
1002. Parcel-gilt Poetry
1003. Upon Love, by Way of Question and Answer
1004. To the Lord Hopton, on His Fight in Cornwall
1005. His Grange
1006. Leprosy in Houses
1007. Good Manners at Meat
1008. Anthea's Retractation
1009. Comforts in Crosses
1010. Seek and Find
1011. Rest
1012. Leprosy in Clothes
1013. [Upon Buggins, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1014. Great Maladies, Long Medicines
1015. His Answer to a Friend
1016. The Beggar
1017. Bastards
1018. His Change
1019. The Vision
1020. A Vow to Venus
1021. On His Book
1022. A Sonnet of Perilla
1023. Bad May Be Better
1024. Posting to Printing
1025. Rapine Brings Ruin
1026. Comfort to a Youth That Had Lost His Love
1027. [Upon Boreman. Epig, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1028. Saint Distaff's Day, or the Morrow After Twelfth Day
1029. Sufferance
1030. His Tears to Thamesis
1031. Pardons
1032. Peace Not Permanent
1033. Truth and Error
1034. Things Mortal Still Mutable
1035. Studies to Be Supported
1036. Wit Punished, Prospers Most
1037. Twelfth Night: or, King and Queen
1038. His Desire
1039. Caution in Counsel
1040. Moderation
1041. Advice the Best Actor
1042. Conformity Is Comely
1043. Laws
1044. The Mean
1045. Like Loves His Like
1046. His Hope or Sheet Anchor
1047. Comfort in Calamity
1048. Twilight
1049. False Mourning
1050. The Will Makes the Work; or, Consent Makes the Cure
1051. Diet
1052. Smart
1053. The Tinker's Song
1054. His Comfort
1055. Sincerity
1056. To Anthea
1057. Nor Buying or Selling
1058. To His Peculiar Friend, M. Jo. Wicks
1059. The More Mighty, the More Merciful
1060. After Autumn, Winter
1061. A Good Death
1062. Recompense
1063. On Fortune
1064. To Sir George Parry, Doctor of the Civil Law
1065. Charms
1066. Another
1067. Another
1068. [Upon Gorgonius, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1069. Gentleness
1070. A Dialogue Between Himself and Mistress Eliza Wheeler, Under the Name of Amaryllis
1071. To Julia
1072. To Roses in Julia's Bosom
1073. To the Honoured Master Endymion Porter
1074. Speak in Season
1075. Obedience
1076. Another of the Same
1077. Of Love
1078. Upon Trap
1079. [Upon Grubs, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1080. [Upon Doll, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1081. [Upon Hog, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1082. The School or Pearl of Putney, the Mistress of All Singular Manners, Mistress Portman
1083. To Perenna
1084. On Himself
1085. On Love
1086. Another on Love
1087. [Upon Gut, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1088. Upon Chub
1089. Pleasures Pernicious
1090. On Himself
1091. To M. Laurence Swetnaham
1092. His Covenant; or, Protestation to Julia
1093. On Himself
1094. To the Most Accomplished Gentleman, M. Michael Oulsworth
1095. To His Girls, Who Would Have Him Sportful
1096. Truth and Falsehood
1097. His Last Request to Julia
1098. On Himself
1099. Upon Kings
1100. To His Girls
1101. [Upon Spur, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1102. To His Brother, Nicholas Herrick
1103. The Voice and Viol
1104. War
1105. A King and No King
1106. Plots Not Still Prosperous
1107. Flattery
1108. [Upon Rump, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1109. [Upon Shopter, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1110. [Upon Deb, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1111. Excess
1112. [Upon Croot, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1113. The Soul Is the Salt
1114. [Upon Flood or a Thankful Man, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1115. [Upon Pimp, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1116. [Upon Lusk, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1117. [Foolishness, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1118. [Upon Rush, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1119. Abstinence
1120. No Danger to Men Desperate
1121. Sauce for Sorrows
1122. To Cupid
1123. Distrust
1124. [The Hag, in the Appendix of Epigrams]
1125. The Mount of the Muses
1126. On Himself
1127. To His Book
1128. The End of His Work
1129. To Crown It
1130. On Himself
1131. The Pillar of Fame

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