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Chronological Index of Authors

John Milton (1608–1674)
Matthew Prior (1664–1721)

John Milton. 1608–1674  Arcades (excerpt) (OBEV)
At a Solemn Music (Gold)
At a Solemn Musick (OBEV)
Comus i (excerpt) (OBEV)
Comus ii (excerpt) (OBEV)
Comus iii (excerpt) (OBEV)
Comus iv (excerpt) (OBEV)
Hymn on the Morning of Christ's Nativity (OBEV)
Il Penseroso (Gold)
Il Penseroso (OBEV)
L'Allegro (Gold)
L'Allegro (OBEV)
Light (OBEV)
Lycidas (Gold)
Lycidas (OBEV)
Ode on the Morning of Christ's Nativity (Gold)
On His Blindness (Gold)
On His Blindness (OBEV)
On His Deceased Wife (OBEV)
On Shakespear. 1630 (Meta)
On the Late Massacre in Piemont (Gold)
On the Morning of Christs Nativity (Meta)
On Time (OBEV)
Samson Agonistes i (excerpt) (OBEV)
Samson Agonistes ii (excerpt) (OBEV)
To Cyriack Skinner (Gold)
To Cyriack Skinner (OBEV)
To Mr. Lawrence (Gold)
To Mr. Lawrence (OBEV)
To the Lady Margaret Ley (Gold)
When the Assault Was Intended to the City (Gold)
Anonymous. 1609  Love not me for comely grace (OBEV)
Sir John Suckling. 1609–1642  A Doubt of Martyrdom (OBEV)
Constant Lover (OBEV)
Encouragements to a Lover (Gold)
My dearest Rival, least our Love (Meta)
Of thee (kind boy) I ask no red and white (Meta)
Oh! for some honest Lovers ghost (Meta)
Out upon it, I have lov'd (Meta)
When, Dearest, I but think of Thee (OBEV)
Why so Pale and Wan(OBEV)
Sidney Godolphin. 1610–1643  Cloris, it is not thy disdaine (Meta)
Lord when the wise men came from farr (Meta)
Noe more unto my thoughts appeare (Meta)
William Cartwright. 1611–1643  Falsehood (OBEV)
On a Virtuous Young Gentlewoman that died suddenly (OBEV)
On the Queen's Return from the Low Countries (OBEV)
To Chloe (OBEV)
Richard Crashaw. 1612–1649  A Hymn to Saint Teresa (OBEV)
An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife (OBEV)
Answer for Hope (Meta)
Christ Crucified (OBEV)
Hymn in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (Meta)
Hymn of the Nativity (Meta)
Hymn to Saint Teresa (Meta)
Loves Horoscope (Meta)
Saint Mary Magdalene (Meta)
To the Countesse of Denbigh (Meta)
Upon the Book and Picture of Saint Teresa (OBEV)
Verses from the Shepherds' Hymn (OBEV)
Weeper (OBEV)
Wishes for the Supposed Mistress (Gold)
Wishes to His Supposed Mistress (OBEV)
Wishes. To his (supposed) Mistresse (Meta)
James Graham, Marquis of Montrose.  
I'll never love Thee more (OBEV)
Samuel Butler. 1612–1680  Metaphysical Sectarian (Meta)
Thomas Jordan. 1612?–1685  Coronemus nos Rosis antequam marcescant (OBEV)
John Cleveland. 1613–1658  An Elegy on Ben. Jonson (Meta)
Upon Phillis walking in a morning before Sun-rising (Meta)
Richard Lovelace. 1618–1658  Grasse-hopper (Meta)
Grasshopper (OBEV)
Gratiana Dancing (OBEV)
Gratiana dauncing and singing (Meta)
Scrutinie (Meta)
To Althea from Prison (Gold)
To Althea, From Prison (Meta)
To Althea, from Prison (OBEV)
To Amarantha, that she would dishevel her Hair (OBEV)
To Lucasta, Going beyond the Seas (Gold)
To Lucasta, Going beyond the Seas (Meta)
To Lucasta, going beyond the Seas (OBEV)
To Lucasta, Going to the Warres (Meta)
To Lucasta, going to the Wars (OBEV)
To Lucasta, on Going to the Wars (Gold)
Abraham Cowley. 1618–1667  Against Hope (Meta)
Anacreontics 1. Drinking (OBEV)
Anacreontics 2. The Epicure (OBEV)
Anacreontics 3. The Swallow (OBEV)
A Supplication (Gold)
Change (Meta)
Destinie (Meta)
Of Wit (Meta)
On the Death of Mr. Crashaw (Meta)
On the Death of Mr. William Hervey (OBEV)
Spring (Meta)
To Light (Meta)
Wish (OBEV)
Edward Sherburne. 1618–1702  Proud Ægyptian Queen, her Roman Guest (Meta)
Alexander Brome. 1620–1666  Resolve (OBEV)
Andrew Marvell. 1621–1678  A Dialogue between Soul and Pleasure (Meta)
A Dialogue between the Soul and Body (Meta)
A Garden (OBEV)
An Epitaph (OBEV)
An Horatian Ode (OBEV)
Bermudas (OBEV)
Coronet (Meta)
Definition of Love (Meta)
Fair Singer (Meta)
Gallery (Meta)
Garden (Meta)
Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland (Gold)
On a Drop of Dew (Meta)
Picture of little T. C. in a Prospect of Flowers (Meta)
Picture of Little T. C. in a Prospect of Flowers (OBEV)
Song of the Emigrants in Bermuda (Gold)
Thoughts in a Garden (Gold)
Thoughts in a Garden (OBEV)
To his Coy Mistress (Meta)
To His Coy Mistress (OBEV)
Anonymous. 1622  Wakening (OBEV)
Henry Vaughan. 1622–1695  And do they so? have they a Sense (Meta)
Ascension-Hymn (Meta)
As time one day by me did pass (Meta)
Dwelling-place (Meta)
Friends Departed (OBEV)
Man (Meta)
Night (Meta)
Peace (OBEV)
Quickness (Meta)
Regeneration (Meta)
Retreat (Gold)
Retreat (OBEV)
Retreate (Meta)
Timber (OBEV)
To Amoret gone from him (Meta)
Water-fall (Meta)
Thomas Stanley. 1625–1678  Divorce (Meta)
Exequies (Meta)
La Belle Confidente (Meta)
Relapse (OBEV)
Repulse (Meta)
To Celia pleading want of Merit (Meta)
John Hall. 1627–1656  An Epicurean Ode (Meta)
A Pastorall Hymne (Meta)
Call (Meta)
On an Houre-glasse (Meta)
John Bunyan. 1628–1688  Shepherd Boy sings in the Valley of Humiliation (OBEV)
Charles Cotton. 1630–1687  To Coelia (OBEV)
Katherine (Orinda) Philips. 1631–1664  To my Excellent Lucasia, on our Friendship (Meta)
To my Lucasia, in defence of declared Friendship (Meta)
To One persuading a Lady to Marriage (OBEV)
John Dryden. 1631–1700  Ah, how sweet it is to love(OBEV)
Alexander's Feast; or, the Power of Music (Gold)
Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687 (Gold)
A Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687 (OBEV)
Hidden Flame (OBEV)
Ode (OBEV)
Song to a Fair Young Lady (OBEV)
Sir George Etherege. 1635–1691  Song (OBEV)
To a Lady asking him how long he would love her (OBEV)
Thomas Traherne. 1636–1674  News (OBEV)
Thomas Flatman. 1637–1688  Sad Day (OBEV)
Charles Sackville, Earl of Dorset.  
Song (OBEV)
Sir Charles Sedley. 1639–1701  Child and Maiden (Gold)
Not, Celia, that I juster am (Gold)
To Celia (OBEV)
To Chloris (OBEV)
George Sewell. 1639–1701  Dying Man in His Garden (Gold)
Aphra Behn. 1640–1689  Libertine (OBEV)
Song (OBEV)
John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester.  
Constancy (OBEV)
Love and Life (OBEV)
Return (OBEV)
To His Mistress (OBEV)
John Sheffield,  
Duke of Buckinghamshire. 1649–1720  
On One who died discovering her Kindness (OBEV)
Reconcilement (OBEV)
Thomas Otway. 1652–1685  Enchantment (OBEV)
John Oldham. 1653–1683  A Quiet Soul (OBEV)
Thomas D'Urfey. 1653–1723  Chloe Divine (OBEV)
John Cutts, Lord Cutts. 1661–1707  Song (OBEV)
William Walsh. 1663–1708  Rivals (OBEV)
Matthew Prior. 1664–1721  A Letter (OBEV)
For my own Monument (OBEV)
Lady who offers her Looking-Glass to Venus (OBEV)
Merchant, to secure his treasure (Gold)
On My Birthday, July 21 (OBEV)
Question to Lisetta (OBEV)
Song (OBEV)
To a Child of Quality, Five Years Old (OBEV)


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