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Author: Philips, Katherine, 1631-1664.
Title: Poems by the most deservedly admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, the matchless Orinda ; to which is added Monsieur Corneille's Pompey & Horace, tragedies ; with several other translations out of French.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Poems by the most deservedly admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, the matchless Orinda ; to which is added Monsieur Corneille's Pompey & Horace, tragedies ; with several other translations out of French.
Philips, Katherine, 1631-1664., Corneille, Pierre, 1606-1684., Corneille, Pierre, 1606-1684.

London: Printed by J.M. for H. Herringman ..., 1667.
Alternate titles: Poems. Selections
Notes:
Portrait of Mrs. Philips engraved by William Faithorne.
Poems in eulogy of the author by Abraham Cowley, Roger Boyle, Earl of Orrery, and others: prelim. p. [10]-[29].
Each of the translated plays has a special t.p.
"Pompey" contains added lyrics by Mrs. Philips.
"Horace", left unfinished by Mrs. Philips, breaks off at the beginning of act iv, scene vi; this edition does not include the completion by Sir John Denham.
Reproduction of original in Duke University Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54716.0001.001

Contents
title page
frontispiece
THE PREFACE.
encomia
The Earl of Orrery to Mrs. Philips.
The Earl of Roscomon to Orinda: an imitation of HORACE.
Upon Mrs. K. Philips her Poems.
To the Excellent Orinda.
To the memory of the Excellent Orinda.
To the Memory of the incomparable Orinda. A Pindarick Ode.
On the Death of Mrs Katherine Philips.
The Table.
imprimatur
POEMS.
Ʋpon the double Murther of K. CHARLES I. in Answer to a Libellous Copy of Rimes by Vavasor Powell.
On the numerous Access of the English to wait upon the King in Flanders.
Arion on a Dolphin, To his Majesty at his passage into England.
On the Fair Weather just at the Coronation, it having rained immediately before and after.
To the Queen's Majesty on her Arrival at Portsmouth, May 14. 1662.
To the Queen-mother's Majesty, Jan. 1. 1660/1.
Ʋpon the Princess Royal her Return into ENGLAND.
On the Death of the Illustrious DƲKE of GLOUCESTER.
To Her Royal Highness the Dutchess of York, on her commanding me to send her some things that I had written.
On the Death of the Queen of Bohemia.
On the 3. of September, 1651.
To the noble Palaemon, on his incomparable Discourse of Friendship.
To the Right Honourable Alice Countess of Carbury, at her coming into Wales.
To Sir Edward Deering (the noble Silvander) on his Dream and Navy, personating Orinda's pre∣ferring Rosania before Solomon's Traffick to Ophir.
To Mr. Henry Lawes.
A Sea-voyage from Tenby to Bristol, begun Sept. 5. 1652. sent from Bristol to Lucasia Sept. 8. 1652.
Friendship's Mystery, To my dearest Lucasia.
Content, To my dearest Lucasia.
A Dialogue of Absence 'twixt Lucasia and Orinda. Set by Mr. Hen. Lawes.
To my dear Sister Mrs. C. P. on her Marriage.
To Mr. Henry Vaughan, Silurist, on his Poems.
A retir'd Friendship, To Ardelia.
To Mrs. Mary Carne, when Philaster courted her.
To Mr. J. B. the noble Cratander, upon a Composition of his which he was not willing to own publickly.
To the Excellent Mrs. Anne Owen, upon her receiving the name of Lucasia, and Adoption into our Society, December 28. 1651.
To the truly Noble Mrs. Anne Owen, on my first Approches.
Lucasia.
Wiston Vault.
Friendship in Embleme, or the Seal. To my dearest Lucasia.
In Memory of F. P. who died at Acton the 24. May 1660. at 12. and ½ of Age.
In memory of that excellent person Mrs. Mary Lloyd of Bodidrist in Denbigh-shire, who died Nov. 13. 1656. after she came thither from Pembroke-shire.
To the truly competent Judge of Honour, Lucasia, up∣on a scandalous Libel made by J. J.
To Antenor, on a Paper of mine which J. J. threatens to publish to prejudice him.
Rosania shadowed whilest Mrs. Mary Awbrey.
To the Queen of Inconstancy, Regina Collier, in Antwerp.
To my Excellent Lucasia, on our Friendship.
Rosania's private Marriage.
Injuria Amicitiae.
To Regina Collier, on her cruelty to Philaster.
To Philaster, on his Melancholy for Regina.
Philoclea's parting.
To Rosania, now Mrs. Mountague, being with her.
To my Lucasia.
On Controversies in Religion.
To the Honoured Lady E. C.
Parting with Lucasia, A Song.
Against Pleasure. Set by Dr. Coleman.
A Prayer.
To Mris. M. A. upon Absence.
To Mrs. Mary Awbrey.
In Memory of Mr. Cartwright.
Mr. Francis Finch, the Excellent Palaemon.
To Mrs. M. A. at parting.
To my dearest Antenor, on his Parting.
Engraven on Mr. John Collier's Tomb-stone at Bedlington.
On the little Regina Collier, on the same Tomb-stone.
Friendship.
The Enquiry.
To my Lucasia, in defence of declared Friendship.
A Resvery.
A Country-life.
To Mrs. Wogan, my Honoured Friend, on the Death of her Husband.
In memory of the most justly honoured, Mrs. Owen of Orielton.
A Friend.
L'Accord du Bien.
Invitation to the Country.
In Memory of Mrs. E. H.
On Rosania's Apostacy, and Lucasia's Friendship.
To my Lady Elizabeth Boyle, Singing now affairs &c.
Submission.
poem
The World.
The Soul.
Happiness.
Death.
To the Queen's Majesty, on her late Sickness and Recovery,
Ʋpon Mr. Abraham Cowley's Retirement. ODE.
The Irish Grey-hound.
SONG.
A Dialogue betwixt Lucasia, and Rosania, Imitating that of Gentle Thersis.
Song
An Epitaph on my Honoured Mother-in-Law Mrs. Phillips of Portheynon in Cardigan-shire, who dyed Jan. 1. Anno 1662/3
Lucasia, Rosania, and Orinda parting at a Fountain, July 1663.
A Farewel to Rosania.
To my Lady Anne Boyle, saying I look'd angrily upon her.
On the Welch Language.
To the Countess of Thanet, upon her marriage.
EPITAPH. On her Son H. P. at St. Syth's Church where her body also lies Interred.
On the death of my Lord Rich, only Son to the Earl of Warwick, who dyed of the small Pox, 1664.
The Virgin.
Ʋpon the graving of her Name upon a Tree in Barnelmes Walks.
To my dearest friend Mrs. A. Owen, upon her greatest loss.
Orinda to Lucasia parting October 1661. at London.
On the 1. of January 1657.
To my Lady M. Cavendish, chosing the name of Policrite.
Against Love.
A Dialogue of Friendship multiplyed.
Rosania to Lucasia on her Letters.
To my Antenor March 16. 1661/2
A Triton to Lucasia going to Sea, shortly after the Queen's arrival.
Orinda upon little Hector Philips.
To the Lady E. Boyl.
To my Lord Duke of Ormond, upon the late Plot.
To the Countess of Roscomon, with a Copy of Pompey.
On the death of the truly honourable Sir Walter Lloid Knight.
Orinda to Lucasia.
To Celimena.
An Answer to another perswading a Lady to Marriage.
Lucasia and Orinda Parting with Pastora and Phillis at Ipswich.
Epitaph on my truly honoured Publius Scipio.
To Mr. Sam. Cooper, having taken Lucasia's Picture given December 14. 1660.
Parting with a Friend.
To my dearest Friend, upon her shunning Grandeur.
To Pastora being with her Friend.
To my Lord and Lady Dungannon on their Mar∣riage 11. May 1662.
To his Grace Gilbert Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, July 10. 1664.
Translations.
translated poem
La Solitude de St. Amant.
Englished.
Tendres defers out of a French prose.
Amanti ch' in pianti &c.
A Pastoral of Mons. de Scudery's in the first volume of Almahide, Englished.
Translation of Thomas a Kempis into Verse, out of Mons. Corneille's lib. 3. Cap. 2. Englished.
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE Countess of Cork.
The Printer to the Reader.
The Persons of the Play.
PROLOGUE For the Theatre at Dublin,
POMPEY.
ACT I.
SCENE I.
SCEN. II.
SCEN. III.
Act. II.
SCEN. I.
SCEN. II.
SCEN. III.
Act. II. SCEN. IV.
Act. III.
SCEN. I.
SCEN. II.
SCEN. III.
SCEN. IV.
ACT IV.
SCEN. I.
SCEN. II.
SCEN. III.
SCEN. IV.
SCEN. V:
Act. V.
SCEN. I.
SCEN. II.
SCEN. III.
SCEN. IV.
SCEN. V.
EPILOGUE.
title page
The Actors.
HORACE.
ACT I.
SCEN. I.
SCEN. II.
SCEN. III.
Act II.
SCEN. I.
SCEN. II.
SCEN. III.
SCEN. IV.
SCEN. V.
SCEN. VI.
SCEN. VII.
SCEN. VIII.
ACT III.
SCEN. I.
SCEN. II.
SCEN. III.
SCEN. IV.
SCEN. V.
SCEN. VI.
ACT IV.
SCEN. I.
SCEN. II.
SCEN. III.
SCEN. IV.
SCEN. V.
SCEN. VI.