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Author: Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687.
Title: Poems &c. written by Mr. Ed. Waller ... ; and printed by a copy of his own hand-writing ; all the lyrick poems in this booke were set by Mr. Henry Lawes ...
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: Poems &c. written by Mr. Ed. Waller ... ; and printed by a copy of his own hand-writing ; all the lyrick poems in this booke were set by Mr. Henry Lawes ...
Waller, Edmund, 1606-1687., Lawes, Henry, 1596-1662.

London: Printed by I.N. for Hu. Mosley ..., 1645.
Alternate titles: Poems. Selections
"Printed and published according to order."
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.

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To my Lady.
An advertisement to the Reader.
Of the danger his Majestie (being Prince) escaped at the rode at St. Andere.
Of his Majesties receiving the newes of the Duke of Buck∣inghams death.
To the King on his Navy.
Vpon his Majesties repai∣ring of Pauls.
To the Queene occasioned upon sight of her Ma∣jesties Picture.
The Apology of Sleep for not approching the Lady who can doe any thing but sleepe when she pleaseth.
The Country to my Lady of Carlisle.
The Countesse of Carlisle in mourning.
In Answer to a libell a∣gainst her, &c.
On my Lady Dorothy Sidneys Picture.
To Vandike.
At Pens-hurst.
At Pens-hurst.
To my Lord of Leicester.
To my young Lady Lucy Sidney.
Of the Lady who can sleep when she pleases.
Of the misreport of her being painted.
Of her passing through a crowd of people.
The story of Phoebus and Daphne applyed, &c.
Of Mris. Arden.
On the discovery of a La∣dies Painting.
To a Lady from whom he receiv'd a silver pen.
On a brede of divers colours woven by foure Ladies.
On the head of a Stag.
To a Lady in retire∣ment.
The Misers speech in a Mask.
To my Lord of Northum∣berland upon the death of his Lady.
To my Lord Admirall, of his late sicknes and recovery.
On the friendship be∣twixt Sacharissa and Amoret.
A la Malade.
Of her Chamber.
Of loving at first sight.
The selfe banish'd.
Of, and to the Queen.
Thirsis. Galatea.
Fabula Phoebi & Daphnes.
The Battell of the Sum∣mer Islands.
CANTO I. What fruit they have, and how heaven smiles Upon those late discovered Isles.
CANTO II. Of their affright, and how their foes Discovered were, this Canto showes.
CANTO III. The bloody fight, successlesse toile, And how the fishes sack'd the Jsle.
Vpon the death of my Lady Rich.
To the Queen Mother up∣on her landing.
Of Love.
To the mutable Faire.
Of the taking of Sally.
To Mistris Braugh∣ton.
To Phillis.
To Phillis.
To Amoret.
To my Lord of Falkland.
Of a Lady who writ in praise of Mira.
To one married to an old man.
For the Drinking of Healths.
To Flavia.
Of my Lady Isabella playing on the Lute.
The fall.
Of Silvia.
The Bud.
To a Lady singing a Song of his composing.
At the Marriage of the Dwarfes.
Vpon Ben: Iohnson.
To Master George Sands on his Translation of some part of the Bible.
Chloris and Hilas.
Vnder a Ladies Picture.
In answer of Sir John Sucklins Verses.
To A. H. of the different success of their Loves.
An Apologie for having loved before.
Palamede to Zelinde Ariana. lib. 6.
Loves Farewell.
To Chloris.
An Epigram On a painted Lady with ill teeth.
On a Girdle.
On Mr. Iohn Fletchers playes.
To Chloris uppon a favour receaved.
The Table.
Mr. WALLERS Speech in Parliament against the Prelates Innovations.
Mr. WALLERS Speech in Parliament, at a Conference of both Houses in the painted Chamber. 6. July 1641.
Mr. WALLERS SPEECH, In the House of Commons, the fourth of July, 1643. being brought to the Bar, and having leave given him by the Speaker, to say what he could for himselfe.