|Author:||King, Henry, 1592-1669.|
|Title:||Ben. Johnson's poems, elegies, paradoxes, and sonnets|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Ben. Johnson's poems, elegies, paradoxes, and sonnets
King, Henry, 1592-1669.
London: Printed and sold by the booksellers, 1700.
|Alternate titles:||Selections. 1700|
Third issue of King's poems, with a spurious title, but without the additional elegies. Cf. DNB.
Errata: p.  at end.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
THE PUBLISHERS TO THE AUTHOR.
SONNET. The Double Rock.
Ʋpon a Table-Book presented to a Lady.
To the same Lady upon Mr▪ Burtons Melancholy.
The Farewell. Splendidis longùm valedico nugis.
A Black-moor Maid wooing a fair Boy: sent to the Author by Mr. Hen. Rainolds.
The Boyes answer to the Blackmoor.
To a Friend upon Overbury's wife given to her.
Ʋpon the same.
To A. R. upon the same.
An Epitaph on Niobe turned to Stone.
Ʋpon a Braid of Hair in a Heart sent by Mrs. E. H.
SONNET. To Patience.
Silence. A SONNET.
The Forlorn Hope.
To a Lady who sent we a copy of verses at my going to bed.
To his Friends of Christ-Church upon the mis∣like of the Marriage of the Arts acted at Woodstock.
The short Wooing.
St. Valentines day.
To his unconstant Friend.
Madam Gabrina, Or the Ill-favourd Choice. Con mala Muger el remdio Mucha Tierra por el medio.
To One demarding why Wine sparkles.
By occasion of the Young Prince his happy birth
Ʋpon the Kings happy return from Scotland.
To the Queen at Oxford.
A salutation of his Majesties Ship the Soveraign.
AN EPITAPH On his most honoured Friend Richard Earl of Dorset.
The Anniverse. AN ELEGY.
On two Children dying of one Disease, and buried in one Grave.
The Departure. AN ELEGY.
PARADOX. That it is best for a Young Maid to marry an Old Man.
PARADOX. That Fruition destroyes Love.
The Change Il sabio mude conseio: Il loco persevera.
To my Sister Anne King, who chid me in verse for being angry.
AN ELEGY Ʋpon the immature loss of the most vertuous Lady Anne Rich.
AN ELEGY Ʋpon Mrs. Kirk unfortunately drowned in Thames.
AN ELEGY Ʋpon the death of Mr. Edward Holt.
To my dead friend Ben: Johnson:
AN ELEGY Ʋpon Prince Henry's death.
AN ELEGY Ʋpon S. W. R.
AN ELEGY Ʋpon the L. Bishop of London John King.
Ʋpon the death of my ever desired friend Doctor Donne Dean of Pauls.
AN ELEGY Ʋpon the most victorious King of Sweden Gustavus Adolphus.
To my Noble and Judicious Friend Sir Henry Blount upon his Voyage.
To my honoured Friend Mr. George Sandys.
The Woes of Esay.
An Essay on Death and a Prison.
Being waked out of my sleep by a suff of Candle which offended me, I thus thought.
My Midnight Meditation.
A Penitential Hyne.
AN ELEGY Occasioned by sickness.
AN ELEGY Occasioned by the lesse of the most incompara∣ble Lady Stanhope, daught or to the Earl of Northumberland.