|Title:||Poems by Eldred Revett.|
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Poems by Eldred Revett.
Revett, Eldred., Revett, Eldred.
London: Printed by E.T. for the Authour, 1657.
"Poems divine" (p. -165) has special t.p.
Among the preliminary tributes to the author is a poem by Richard Lovelace: To my dear friend Mr. Eldred Revett on his poems moral, and divine.
Reproduction of original in British Library.
TO The best Worthy of Honour, his Noble Kinseman, ROBERT HENLY, Esquire.
To my dear Friend Mr. ELDRED REVETT, On his Poems Moral, and Divine.
To his Worthy Friend on his Poems.
To his best Brother Mr. ELDRED REVETT, On his Poems, Humane and Divine.
ODE Hastening his Friend into the Countrey.
To his Honoured Friend, Col, R. L. upon his second failing.
To a Lady becommingly reserved.
A Diall eaten with Antiquity.
On the old Tombe keeper that sheweth the Monuments in Westminster Abby.
His imprisonment in the Spring.
On the Burning of some locks of a Gentlewomans Hair.
Vpon a Gentlewoman caught in a shower of Haile.
On the Death of a Canarie Bird, killed with the Fall of a Cage.
To Dr. F. B. on his game at Chesse,
An old Woman weeping.
On the sight of a Lady, walke∣ing in an Evening, in white Sarsnet.
To his ingenious Friend, Ma∣ster Maes, drawing the flowres in their suc∣cessive growth.
The Land-schap between two hills.
Lib. 3. Ode. 3. Horat.
To my honoured Friend, Coll. Richard Lovelace, On his second Poems.
A Lady foild.
PHANTOMACHIA, OR The Goblin.
AN ELEGIE, Sacred to the Memory of my late honoured Friend, Collonel Richard Lovelace.
ODE To Chloris forsworne.
To his Noble Friend, J. R. The Prison.
To her taxing him for late writing to her.
The Tooth ache.
Mart. Lib. 1. Epig. 48. To Flaccus.
The mute Dialogue.
A New Years-Gift.
The faire Nymph scorning a black Boy courting her.
A Prologue to a Play presented by some Gentlemen to a select company of Ladies, on New yeares day last.
CHARLES the Fifth, Solemnizing his own Funerals.
To Captain D. L. on his book of Fortification, and Geometrie.
To a Lady with black hair.
On Mr Gambles composing of Mr Stanleyes Odes.
One Enamour'd on a Black-moor.
A black Nymph scorning a fair Boy Courting her.
On Mr. J.H. His Translation of Hierocles's Comment on the golden verses of Pythagoras.
Anni Tempestates Ovidianae.
POEMS DIVINE. John, lying on the Bosome of our Saviour.
Hesekiah his Recoverie.
The Aethiopian Baptized.
Christ washing Judas his feet.
A penitential Hymne.
Marie her ointment.
Christ and his Disciples in the Storm.
Our Saviour cradled in the Manger.
Adam, hiding himself among the Trees of the Garden.
The Water made Wine.
Our Saviour scourged, cloathed with Purple, Crowned with Thorns.
Lasarus raised by our Saviour after foure dayes lying in the Grave.
Jesus eating, John fasting.
To the Angel bringing newes of our Saviours Nativitie.
Christ walking on the Sea.
Christ in his Baptisme.
Dives his Drop.
The Crown of thorns on our Saviours Head.
The Miracle of the loaves.
The Teare. Psal. 6. v. 8. The Lord hath heard the Voyce of my weeping.
Pilate washing his hands.
Lazarus and Dives.
Peter walking on the waters at our Saviours call.
To the sluggard.
Our Saviour circumcised.
Ten Lepers cleansed, one returning Thanks.
On some leaves of the Holy Bible bound on either side of a Book of Humanity.
The Jewes attempting to stone our SAVIOUR.
The good Thief.
Our Saviour naked and wounded on the Crosse.
The Widowes Mites.
The Gadarens desiring Christ to leave their Confines.
The Soule compared to a Flower.
Jacobs Vision at Bethel.
Our Saviour crucified between two Thieves.
Prayers, First for the Morning.
(2.) For Noon
(3.) For Evening.
The good Thief.
The Viper on the hand of Saint Paul.
THE FIRST TABLE.
The Second TABLE.