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Author: Sheppard, S. (Samuel)
Title: Epigrams theological, philosophical, and romantick also the Socratick session, or, The arraignment and conviction of Julius Scaliger : with other select poems / by S. Sheppard.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Epigrams theological, philosophical, and romantick also the Socratick session, or, The arraignment and conviction of Julius Scaliger : with other select poems / by S. Sheppard.
Sheppard, S. (Samuel)

London: Printed by G.D. for Thomas Bucknell, 1651.
Notes:
"Six books."
"The Socratick session" and "A mausolean monument" have separate t.ps.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Epigrams.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A59701.0001.001

Contents
THE LANGUAGE OF THE FRONTISPEICE.
engraved title page
title page
dedication
TO THE READER.
part
To Mr. Sheppard on His EPIGRAMS.
To the Author on his exquisite EPIGRAMS and other POEMS.
To the Author on his EPIGRAMS.
To my much honoured Friend the Author, on his most Excellent EPIGRAMS.
A due Encomium on the Au∣thor and his Ingenious EPIGRAMS.
To the Author on his excellent EPIGRAMS.
EPIGRAMS
THE FIRST BOOK.
EPIG. 1.
EPIG. 2. To my beloved Friend Mr. James Na∣worth, the best way to better a bad Wife.
EPIG. 3. To Sir I. C. Knight.
EPIG. 4. Of Proems.
EPIG. 5. The proofe of Princes.
EPIG. 6. Loving Mirabell.
EPIG. 7. Absolonisme.
EPIG. 8. Homer.
EPIG. 9. To his unconstant Mistresse.
EPIG 10. To Captaine C. D. on his Periwig.
EPIG. 11. To Mistresse E. L.
EPIG. 12. To James Nevill Esquire.
EPIG. 13. The Letanie.
EPIG. 14. On Saint Thomas.
EPIG. 15. To my Friend Theodor Vaux.
EPIG. 16. Afflictions Beneficiall.
EPIG. 17. The Incarnation of Iesus Christ our blessed Redeemer, narrated by a Shepherd.
EPIG. 18. An Acknowledgement.
EPIG. 19. On my Selfe.
EPIG. 20. Lydia Inviolabilis si nolit.
EPIG. 21. Ballad Poets.
EPIG. 22. Scylla and Charibdis.
EPIG. 23. PEDRO, and RODERIGO, The one Franciscan, the other a Dominican Frier.
EPIG. 24. Acrisius Inclosing his Daughter Danae.
EPIGRAMS.
EPIG. 1. Roberto Astonio, Equiti Poetae eximio.
EPIC. 2. Epitaph on I. P.
EPIG. 3. Catalines conspiracy.
EPIG. 4. Confident Carrus.
EPIG. 5. Richard the Vsurper.
EPIG. 6. To Mr. E. C. on his Spolario.
EPIG. 7. The Spanish Armado.
EPIG. 8. Borgias.
EPIG. 9. De Amore.
EPIG. 10. These Times.
EPIG. 11. To Claius.
EPIG. 12. Ovid banished.
EPIG. 13. On the two admirable witts, Francis Beaumont, and John Fletcher.
EPIG. 14. Ovid, to Augustus Daughter in the Person of Corinna.
EPIG. 15. To our Brittish Bards.
EPIG. 16. Palladium Homeri.
EPIG. 17. In Vini abusum.
EPIG. 18. To my Friend Mr. E. R.
EPIG. 19. To Mr. Davenport on his Play called the Pirate.
EPIG. 20. A Pacification.
EPIG. 21. Francis Spira.
EPIG. 22. Of Fame.
EPIG. 23. Palinodia.
EPIG. 24. Of Honour.
EPIG. 25.
EPIG. 26. An old Woman Letcherous.
EPIG. 27. Ben. Johnsons Play, called the silent Woman.
EPIGRAMS
EPIG. 1. The Sectaries of these times.
EPIG. 2. A Contented Citizen called Horne.
EPIG. 3. To Penelope.
EPIG. 4. Sua Flamma.
EPIG. 5. To Clarissa
EPIG. 6. To the most excellent Poet, Sir William Davenant.
EPIG. 7. Sperandum esse.
EPIG. 8. Of Sillius.
EPIG. 9. The fall of the Druinian Oake.
EPIG 10. To my Friend Lucius Varrus.
EPIG. 11. De Cupidine arante.
EPIG. 12. Carbo the Courtier.
EPIG. 13. On a Lady singing.
EPIG. 14. To my noble Friend Van Velsen, the me∣rited praise of the famous Citty of Amsterdam.
EPIG. 15. Epitaph on Prince Henry.
EPIG. 16. The Lady E. D. had her Picture drawn thus.
EPIG. 17. Joves Cup-Bearer.
EPIG. 18. Wicked Myrha.
EPIG. 19. To Cupid.
EPIG. 20. Homers Prophesie of our Saviours Incar∣nation and Passion, &c.
EPIG. 21. To Mr. Glascow, a solution of his Questi∣on, what Wit is, and who ought chiefly to drink Sherrie.
EPIG. 22. Joves Raping Europa.
EPIG. 23. Lucians memoriall.
EPIG. 24. The transformation of Narcissus.
EPIG. 25. Tis money makes the man.
EPIG. 26. To Mrs. Rhodes.
EPIG. 27. Epitaph on a young man that dyed on his Wedding Day.
EPIG. 28. On the death of Mary Queen of Scots.
EPIG. 29. To my much honoured unckle M. Paul Clapham.
EPIG. 30. On Sir Phillip Sydneys Decease.
EPIG. 31. Disorder the fore-runner of Ruine.
EPIG. 32. A journey to Totnam Court.
EPIG. 33. Valour alwaies accompanied with Love.
EPIG. 34. To Mr. K. R.
EPIG. 35. Lodowick and Artesia.
EPIG. 36. The basenesse of the present age.
EPIG. 37. On the death of that Incomparable Hero, Sir Walter Rawleigh Knight.
EPIG. 38. On Mr. Sands inimitable translation of Ovids Metamorphosis.
EPIG. 39. The power of money, to Sir Edward Buzbey Knight.
EPIG. 40. A Simile.
EPIG. 41. An Apollogie to Sir Thomas Engham.
EPIG. 42. To Sir Alexander Wroth, of the most noble Order of the Garter Knight, a Resolution to his De∣mand, &c.
EPIG. 43. On the probable continuance of these Civill Warrs, the Scot, and Irish not reduced.
EPIG. 44. King Arthur.
EPIG. 45. Lots Wife turned to a Pillar of Salt.
EPIGRAMS.
EPIG. 1. On the death of I. P.
EPIG. 2. Sir Philip Sydneys Arcadia.
EPIG. 3. To Doctor Bulwer, on his artificiall CHANGELING.
EPIG. 4. Ad Sodales.
EPIG. 5. On Lucians true History.
EPIG. 6. AN HYMN TO BACCHUS. To Sir THOMAS ENGHAM.
EPIG. 7. To LILLIE the Starre-Gazer.
EPIG. 8. Nihil omni parte beatum.
EPIG. 9. DEDALUS, and ICARUS, A DIALOGUE.
EPIG. 10. To Clio, having but begun my Faerie King.
EPIG. 11. To Iudge Jenkins.
EPIG. 12. To the Illustrious Cardinall Mazerine, his Victory lately obtained over the Spanish Army under the Archduke Leopold.
EPIG. 13. To Mr. E. C. the Lawyer.
EPIG. 14. All is not Gold that Glisters.
EPIG. 15. A Catholick Medicine to cure the Passion of Love.
EPIG. 16. To Mr. E. G.
EPIG. 17. A Dialogue maintained by five, viz. the Poet, Clio, Povertie, Ignorance, Mammon.
EPIG. 18. A defiance to Fortune.
EPIG. 19. The Poets invitation to Ben Johnsons Ghost to appeare again.
EPIG. 20. Women must not rule.
EPIG. 21. To my much honoured, and incomparable Friend, Mr. Theodor Loe Esquire, upon his request to me to pen a peculiar Poem of Obe-ron and his Queen.
EPIG. 22. LUCAN to NERO. Dialogue.
EPIG. 23. Fantastick Silius.
EPIG. 24. In Imaginem Amoris, ad Poetas & Pictores.
EPIG. 25. Epitaph on the Lord Capell.
EPIG. 26. Epitaph on Duke Hamilton.
EPIG. 27. On the Earle of Holland.
EPIG. 28. On Mr. Spencers inimitable Poem, the Faerie Queen.
EPIG. 29. To the brave and nobe Lady, the Lady E. B.
EPIG. 30. On Mr. Davenants most excellent Tra∣gedy of Albovinek of Lombards.
EPIG. 31. CUPIDS CREATION.
EPIG. 32. All Saints, and all Soules Day, 1. and 2. of November.
EPIG. 33. The Aegyptians first found out the Art of Navigation.
EPIG. 34. For the Statue of Queen Elizabeth.
EPIG. 35. Baptizing of Infants, the New Mode.
EPIG. 36. The Powder Treason.
EPIG. 37. To Mr. L. H.
EPIG. 38. On the birth of the Lady E. D.
EPIG. 39. On the Death of Strafford Deputie of Ireland.
EPIG. 40. On the Death of the truely learned and exquisitely Vertuous I. D. Esquire.
EPIG. 41. A Cobler to Plato, on his Commonwealth.
EPIG. 42. To Mr. G. K.
EPIG. 43. To Will. Lee, the Bookseller at Pauls Chaine.
EPIG. 44. To Lydia scorning him.
EPIG. 45. To I. Buzby.
EPIG. 46. Epitaph, on Mr. Fountaine and his young Son dying, and being buried together in one Grave.
EPIG. 47. The deliverance from a garrulous vain-glo∣rious Scholar in Sion Coledge.
EPIGRAMS
EPIG. 1. To Lydia.
EPIG. 2. Ʋnmanly Feare.
EPIG. 3. To Cap. Purvey.
EPIG. 4. A Callidonians Character.
EPIG. 5. To Mr. E. H. Complaining of his Wife.
EPIG. 6. Sir John Harringtons translation of Ariosto.
EPIG. 7. Uni omnia sola.
EPIG. 8. To Mr. John Sands, on his excellent Water-Worke called the Chaos.
EPIG. 9. A Constellation betwixt bad and good For∣tune, for Antiquitie, and Supremacie.
EPIG 10. To H. P.
EPIG. 11. The Invention of Letters.
EPIG. 12. On the death of the late Prince of Organge, by the Small Pox.
EPIG. 13. The Boy-preaching Furrier.
EPIG. 14. To Delia.
EPIG. 15. To Claudius.
EPIG. 16. The Prodigall.
EPIG. 17. Lydia Inviolabilis si nolit.
EPIG. 18. An Alderman.
EPIG. 19. Christmasse Day.
EPIG. 20. To Mr. L. H. Esquire.
EPIG. 21. To E. K.
EPIG. 22. A Dialogue 'twixt LYDIA, and the PO∣ET, for the renewing their Loves after a long time of suspension.
EPIG. 23. On excellent strong Beere.
EPIG. 24. Leanders Ruine.
EPIG. 25. A Frolick to Capt. Baines the Poet being Prisoner (for his Loyalty) in Whittington Goale.
EPIG. 26. Martagon, and Ancilla in the person of the Poet, and Mistris E. R.
EPIG. 27. On Mr. Websters most excellent Tragedy, Called the White Devill.
EPIG. 28. Epitaph on that Excellently Learned young man Mr. Anthony Dyer.
EPIG. 29. To his Muse in (reference to his Faerie King.
EPIG. 30. Epitaph on my dearely loved Kinsman Thomas Clapham.
EPIG. 31. To his Book.
EPIG. 32. Fortius est qui se quàm qui fortis∣sima vincit.
EPIG. 33. Ben Johnson's due Encomium.
EPIG. 34. Epitaph on a Virgin dying for Love.
EPIG. 35. The Paper Hero's.
EPIGRAMS.
EPIG. 1. Ʋirgula Divina.
EPIG. 2. To Wil. Drosse the upstart Gallant.
EPIG. 3. To Tatam.
EPIG. 4. To Mr. Giles Granvert.
EPIG. 5. Aristotle.
EPIG. 6. Epitaph on Mahomet the Second, Empe∣rour of Turkes, Anno Dom. 1450.
EPIG. 7. To the brave and beautious Lady, the Lady I. G.
EPIG. 8. Silvesters Translation of Du-Bartas, His Divine Weeks, and Works.
EPIG. 9. On the pollution of a well known Temple.
EPIG 10. The celebration of a Health to my joviall Friend, James Gort Esquire.
EPIG. 11. Defacing of Images
EPIG. 12. To the Pamphleters of these times.
EPIG. 13. To John Taylor (commonly called) the Water-Poet.
EPIG. 14. Modest, Martha.
EPIG. 15. Lactantius, his strange opinion of that Text of Scripture, Gen. 6. 2. Then the Sonnes of God saw the Daughters of Men that they were faire, and they took them Wives, &c.
EPIG. 16. My Imprisonment in Whittington for Writing Mercurius Elencticus.
EPIG. 17. In Memory of our Famous Shakespeare.
EPIG. 18. Pimponello, Flambello, A Dialogue.
EPIG. 19. To Mr. James Ford, his Medalls being Miraculously preserved from fire.
EPIG. 20. Our Blessed Redeemer (in scorne) by the Cursed Jewes, cloathed in White Rayment.
EPIG. 21. Mortimer, and Queene Isabel, A Dialogue.
EPIG. 22. To the hopefull and excellently Ingenious, Mr. JOHN QUARLES.
EPIG. 23. On Mr. Chapmans Incomparable Trans∣lation of Homers Workes.
EPIG. 24. Epitaph on Mr. Flood.
EPIG. 25. To Mr. E. G.
EPIG. 26. Epitaph on Mr. James Gourd a singing∣man.
EPIG. 27. To the PARLIAMENT of ENGLAND.
EPIG. 28. To Mr. Edward Gosling pittying my want of Books.
EPIG. 29. A Paralell.
EPIG. 30. To Mr. John Sob, of these times.
EPIG. 31. The Character of an accomplisht Man.
EPIG. 32. To his Excellency, the Lord Generall Cromwell.
EPIG. 33. To the profoundly Learned, and unparalleld Antiquary, John Selden Esquire.
EPIG. 34. Not to wonder at the Monstrositie of these times.
EPIG. 35. To Mall my Wife.
EPIG. 36. The Conclusion.
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The Persons in this PARLIAMENT.
To the truly judicious, my much honoured Friend Iames Yate, Esquire.
To the Author on his Socratick Session.
THE SOCRATICK SESSION, OR The Parliament of Poets, Containing, The Arraignment, and Conviction OF JULIUS SCALIGER.
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To the worthy, my much honoured Kins∣man, Christopher Clapham of Beamsly Esquire.
FUNERAL ELLEGIES.
AN ELLEGIE ON THE DEATH OF MY MOST DEARE AND REVE∣REND FATHER, DOCT∣OR HARMAN SHEPPARD, who Deceased Iuly 12. 1639.
HIS EPITAPH.
AN ELLEGIE ON THE DEATH OF MY DEARE AND TRULY VERTUOUS MOTHER, Mis. PET∣TRONELLA SHEPPARD, Who De∣ceased September 10. 1650.
HER EPITAPH.
THE ADVENTUROUS BARD. OR (UXORIOUS) ORPHE∣US HIS DESCENT.
EURIDICE TO ORPHEUS.
PASTORALS.
THE FIRST PASTORAL.
THE SECOND PASTORAL.
THE THIRD PASTORAL.
ANINTOR. MARTAGON.
To the Reader on the Errors of the Presse.