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Author: Lady, who onely desires to advance the glory of God, and not her own.
Title: Eliza's babes, or, The virgins-offering being divine poems and meditations / written by a lady, who onely desires to advance the glory of God and not her own.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Eliza's babes, or, The virgins-offering being divine poems and meditations / written by a lady, who onely desires to advance the glory of God and not her own.
Lady, who onely desires to advance the glory of God, and not her own.

London: Printed by M.S. for Laurence Blaiklock, and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1652.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Thomason Collection, British Library.
Subject terms:
Meditations.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A39234.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO MY SISTERS.
To the READER.
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poem
The Invocation.
The Request.
The Answer.
Anguish.
Of Submission.
Hope.
The onely Comforter.
The Soules Flight.
The Virgins Offring.
To my Doves.
The Triumph.
To my Sister. S. G.
Canticles 2.
The Rapture.
The Flight.
The Life.
My Wishes.
Ʋpon a paine at heart.
The Portion.
The Friday before Easter.
On Easter day.
The Pavillion.
The Submission.
The Change.
The Choice.
The Rest.
The morning Star.
The worlds farewell.
The Swans.
To a friend at Court.
Christs Kingdome.
Vaine thoughts banisht.
My intention.
Earths honour slighted.
Luke 20.36. In that world they shall be equall to the Angels.
Ʋpon the morning rise.
Ʋpon hearing the Birds sing.
My Robes.
The Dart.
Of Poetry.
To the King. writ, 1644.
To the Queen of Bohemiah.
The Lover.
The renowned King.
To my Sister, S. S.
The Vision.
The Heart.
The Bride.
On the day dedicated to the God of Heaven.
The Defiance.
When my Brother was sick.
The Guard.
Felicity.
On sudden Death.
Heaven.
The Giver engaged to the Receiver.
The Sun Beames.
To my Brother.
What I Love.
The onely bound.
The Christians happinesse.
The Retribution.
Gods Commands easie.
Praise.
The Companion.
Ʋpon the losse of my Brother.
On the Sun.
Being told, she was proud.
My pleasing Life.
To a Lady unfaithfull.
The Curse.
This on my Tombe shall written bee, When I in Glory am with thee.
On marriage.
The Gift.
The choice of my Friend.
The change.
Promise Performed.
Not a Husband, though never so excelling in goodness to us, must detaine our desires from Heaven.
My Descent.
To my Husband.
My Bill of thanks to Mr. C.
Being in paine.
Being taken with a sudden pain on the Day appointed for God's publick Service.
The Antidote.
My Satisfaction.
Being called a Stoick
Gods Prerogative.
My Mansion.
Mans unkindnesse my Benefit.
My Second Part.
The Resurrection.
Fearfull Ʋncertainty.
To Generall Cromwell.
To a Lady that bragg'd of her Children.
The Conquest.
Questions and Answers.
To a Friend for her Naked Breasts.
Safety.
What Kingdome to be wisht.
Comfort in Temptations and Afflictions.
On going to the Sacrament.
My Prayer in my Youth.
The Temptation.
The Angels Joy.
On Earthly Love.
HOSEA 2.19. My Contract.
The Soules Agitation.
The Contempt of the World.
The Royal Gods.
The Rule.
PSALME 119.165. The Soules Peace.
The Support.
PSALME 85.10. The Perfume.
The Acknowledgement.
The invincible Souldier.
On ECCLES. 9.7. Goe eat thy bread with joy, &c.
Ambition.
Ʋpon Peters denyall.
My Redemption acknowledged.
PSALME Thou hast compast me about with Songs of Deliverance.
Saint Stephen.
The foundation and felicity.
Ʋpon the Temptation of the doubting of Heaven.
On the Sun-rising.
Heaven upon Earth.
The Temple.
The true Object of Love.
Rom. 12.1.
Ʋpon Adams fall.
Security in Danger.
The Royall Priest-hood.
The secure Pavillion.
A Question.
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