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Chronological Index of Authors

John Ford (1586–1639?)
Sir Richard Fanshawe (1608–1666)

John Ford. 1586–1639?  Dawn (OBEV)
William Browne, of Tavistock. 1588–1643  A Welcome (OBEV)
In Obitum M.S. Xo Maij, 1614 (OBEV)
Memory (OBEV)
On the Countess Dowager of Pembroke (OBEV)
Rose (OBEV)
Sirens' Song (OBEV)
Song (OBEV)
George Wither. 1588–1667  A Widow's Hymn (OBEV)
Choice (OBEV)
I loved a Lass (OBEV)
Lover's Resolution (OBEV)
Manly Heart (Gold)
Anonymous. 1589  Faithless Shepherdess (OBEV)
Robert Herrick. 1591–1674  A Child's Grace (OBEV)
A Meditation for his Mistress (OBEV)
Another (OBEV)
Bracelet: To Julia (OBEV)
Cherry-Ripe (OBEV)
Comfort to a Youth that had lost his Love (OBEV)
Corinna's going a-Maying (OBEV)
Counsel to Girls (Gold)
Delight in Disorder (OBEV)
Epitaph, upon a Child that died (OBEV)
Funeral Rites of the Rose (OBEV)
His Winding-sheet (OBEV)
Litany to the Holy Spirit (OBEV)
Mad Maid's Song (OBEV)
Night-piece: To Julia (OBEV)
Poetry of Dress (Gold)
Primrose (OBEV)
To Anthea Who May Command Him Any Thing (Gold)
To Anthea, who may command him Anything (OBEV)
To Blossoms (Gold)
To Blossoms (OBEV)
To Daffodils (Gold)
To Daffodils (OBEV)
To Daisies, not to shut so soon (OBEV)
To Dianeme (Gold)
To Dianeme (OBEV)
To Electra (OBEV)
To Meadows (OBEV)
To Music, to becalm his Fever (OBEV)
To Oenone (OBEV)
To the Virgins, to make much of Time (OBEV)
To the Western Wind (OBEV)
To the Willow-tree (OBEV)
To Violets (OBEV)
Upon Julia's Clothes (OBEV)
Whenas in silks my Julia goes (Gold)
Francis Quarles. 1592–1644  A Divine Rapture (OBEV)
Ev'n like two little bank-dividing brookes (Meta)
Respice Finem (OBEV)
Why dost thou shade thy lovely face(Meta)
Henry King, Bishop of Chichester. 1592–1669  A Contemplation upon flowers (Meta)
A Contemplation upon Flowers (OBEV)
A Renunciation (OBEV)
Exequy (Meta)
Exequy on his Wife (OBEV)
Tell me no more how fair she is (Meta)
George Herbert. 1593–1633  Aaron (Meta)
A Dialogue (OBEV)
Affliction (Meta)
Church-floore (Meta)
Collar (Meta)
Discipline (Meta)
Discipline (OBEV)
Easter (OBEV)
Easter wings (Meta)
Gifts of God (Gold)
Jesu (Meta)
Jordan (Meta)
Life (Meta)
Love (Meta)
Love (OBEV)
Pulley (OBEV)
Redemption (Meta)
Vertue (Meta)
Virtue (OBEV)
Windows (Meta)
Thomas Carew. 1594/5–1640  A deposition from love (Meta)
An Elegie upon the death of Dr. John Donne (Meta)
Another (OBEV)
Ask me no more where Jove bestowes (Meta)
Epitaph On the Lady Mary Villiers (OBEV)
Eternity of Love protested (Meta)
Ingrateful Beauty threatened (OBEV)
Ingratefull beauty threatned (Meta)
Maria Wentworth, Thomæ Comitis Cleveland (Meta)
Mediocrity in love rejected (Meta)
Persuasions to Joy: a Song (OBEV)
Song (OBEV)
To a Lady that desired I would love her (Meta)
To His Inconstant Mistress (OBEV)
To my inconstant Mistris (Meta)
To my worthy friend Mr. George Sandys (Meta)
True Beauty (Gold)
Unfading Beauty (OBEV)
James Shirley. 1596–1666  A Hymn (OBEV)
Death the Leveller (Gold)
Death the Leveller (OBEV)
Last Conqueror (Gold)
Anonymous. 1599  Crabbed Age and Youth (OBEV)
Anonymous. 17th Cent.  A Dialogue betwixt God and the Soul (Meta)
A Lyke-Wake Dirge (OBEV)
Barbara Allen's Cruelty (OBEV)
Binnorie (OBEV)
Bonnie House o' Airlie (OBEV)
Bonny Earl of Murray (OBEV)
Call (OBEV)
Cherry-Ripe (Gold)
Clerk Saunders (OBEV)
Colin (Gold)
Cradle Song (OBEV)
Dowie Houms of Yarrow (OBEV)
Edom o' Gordon (OBEV)
Edward, Edward (OBEV)
Fair Annie (OBEV)
Fair Helen (Gold)
Farewel ye guilded follies, pleasing troubles (Meta)
Forsaken Bride (Gold)
Great Adventurer (Gold)
Helen of Kirconnell (OBEV)
Lass of Lochroyan (OBEV)
Loveliness of Love (Gold)
Love not me for comely grace (Gold)
Love will find out the Way (OBEV)
My Love in her attire doth show her wit (Gold)
Phillada flouts Me (OBEV)
Pipe and Can (OBEV)
Queen's Marie (OBEV)
Seven Virgins (OBEV)
Sir Patrick Spens (OBEV)
Thomas the Rhymer (OBEV)
Three Ravens (OBEV)
Twa Corbies (Gold)
Twa Corbies (OBEV)
Two Rivers (OBEV)
Waly, Waly (OBEV)
Wife of Usher's Well (OBEV)
Sir Francis Kynaston. 17th Cent.  To Cynthia. On concealment of her beauty (Meta)
Anonymous. 1600  A Pedlar (OBEV)
Phyllida's Love-Call (OBEV)
Anonymous. 1601  Icarus (OBEV)
New Jerusalem (OBEV)
Anonymous. 1602  How can the Heart forget her(OBEV)
Madrigal (OBEV)
William Strode. 1602–1645  Chloris in the Snow (OBEV)
Anonymous. 1603  My Lady's Tears (OBEV)
Tears (OBEV)
Anonymous. 1604  Sister, Awake(OBEV)
Jasper Mayne. 1604–1672  Time (OBEV)
Anonymous. 1605  Devotion (OBEV)
Thomas Randolph. 1605–1635  A Devout Lover (OBEV)
An Ode to Master Anthony Stafford (OBEV)
William Habington. 1605–1654  Nox nocti indicat Scientiam (Meta)
Nox Nocti Indicat Scientiam (OBEV)
To Roses in the Bosom of Castara (OBEV)
To Roses in the bosome of Castara (Meta)
Sir William Davenant. 1606–1668  Aubade (OBEV)
Before we shall again behold (Meta)
Christians reply to the Phylosopher (Meta)
For the Lady Olivia Porter (Meta)
Lark now leaves his watry Nest (Meta)
Praise and Prayer (OBEV)
To a Mistress Dying (OBEV)
To the Queen (Meta)
Edmund Waller. 1606–1687  Go, lovely Rose (OBEV)
Go, lovely Rose(Gold)
Old Age (OBEV)
On a Girdle (OBEV)
On a Girdle (Gold)
Anonymous. 1607  Since First I saw your Face (OBEV)
There is a Lady sweet and kind (OBEV)
Sir Richard Fanshawe. 1608–1666  A Rose (OBEV)


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