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Author: Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616.
Title: Poems: by Francis Beaumont, Gent.: Viz. The hermaphrodite. The remedy of love. Elegies. Sonnets, with other poems.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Poems: by Francis Beaumont, Gent.: Viz. The hermaphrodite. The remedy of love. Elegies. Sonnets, with other poems.
Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616., Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D. Metamorphoses.

London: Printed for Laurence Blaiklock, and are to be sold at his shop neare the middle Temple Gate in Fleet-street, 1653.
Subject terms:
English poetry
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A76292.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE Right Worshipful, the worthily honoured, ROBERT PARKHURST Esq
To the true Patronesse of all Poetry, CALIOPE.
In laudem Authoris.
To the Author.
To the Author.
The Author to the Reader.
To Mr FRANCIS BEAUMONT (then living.)
Vpon M. FLETCHERS Incomparable Plaies.
To the Memory of the incomparable Paire of Authors, Beaumont and Fletcher.
On the happy Collection of Beaumont's and Fletcher's Works.
Salmacis & Hermaphroditus: OR The Hermaphrodite.
THE REMEDIE OF LOVE.
The Conclusion.
An Elegie on the Lady MARKHAM.
AN ELEGIE.
A Charme.
On the Marriage of a Beautious young Gentlewoman with an Ancient Man.
The Glance.
A Sonnet.
True Beauty.
The Indifferent.
LOVES Freedome.
On the Life Man.
An Epitaph.
A Sonnet.
A Description of Love.
The Shepherdesse.
A Funerall Elogie on the Death of the Lady Penelope Clifton.
The examination of his Mistris Perfections.
The Hermaphrodite made after M. Beaumonts Death by Tho∣mas Randolph M. A. Some∣time Fellow of Trinity Col∣ledge in Cambridge.
Ʋpon the Hermaphrodite, written since by Mr J. Cleaveland.
To the Mutable Faire.
Of Loving at first sight.
The Antiplatonick.
Song.
Song II.
An Elegy.
Ʋpon Mr Charles Beaumont, Who died of a Consumption.
Fie on Love.
A Song.
Secresie protested.
Eternity of Love protested.
The willing Prisoner to his MISTRIS.
A Maske of the Gentlemen of Graies Inne, and the Inner Temple, by Mr Francis Beaumont.
The first Song when the Priests de∣scend, and the Knights follow them.
The second Song at the end of the first Dance.
The third Song after their many Dances, when they are to take the Ladies single.
The fourth Song when they have parted with the Ladies, a shrill Musique sounds, supposed to be that which cals them to the Olympian Games, at which they all make a seeming pre∣paration to depart.
The fifth Song when all is done as they ascend.
Prologues, Epilogues, and Songs to severall Plaies, written by Mr Francis Beaumont and Fletcher.
section
The Prologue to the Mad Lover.
The Epilogue.
First Song to the mad Lover.
The second Song to the Mad-Lover.
The third Song to the mad Lover.
The fourth Song to the mad Lover.
section
The Prologue to the Spanish Curate.
The Epilogue.
section
The Prologue to the French-Lawyer.
The Epilogue.
First Song to the Play called the little French Lawyer, called an Epithalamine Song, at the wedding.
Second Song to the Little French Lawyer, called, Song in the Wood.
section
The Prologue to the Play, called, The Custome of the Countrey.
The Epilogue.
Another Prologue for the same Play.
The Epilogue.
section
The Prologue to the Play called The Noble Gentleman.
The Epilogue.
section
The Prologue to the Play, called, The Captaine.
The Epilogue.
First Song to the Play, called, The Captaine.
The second Song.
The third Song.
section
Songs to the Play, called, The Beggers Bush. The first Song.
The second Song.
The third Song.
section
The Prologue to the Play, called, The Coxcombe.
The Epilogue.
section
The Prologue to the Tragedy, called, The false One.
The Epilogue.
First Song to the False One, a Tragedy.
The second Song.
The third Song.
The fourth Song.
section
The Prologue to the Play, called, The Chances.
The Epilogue.
section
The Prologue to the Play, called, The Loyall Subject.
The Epilogue.
First Song to the Play, Called, The Loyall Subject.
The second Song.
The third Song.
The fourth Song.
section
The Prologue to the Play, called, The Lovers Progresse.
The Epilogue.
First Song to the Lovers Progresse.
The second Song.
section
Songs to the Play, called, The Maid in the Mill. The first Song.
The second Song.
The third Song.
The fourth Song.
The fifth Song.
section
The Prologue to the Play, called, The Passionate Mad-man.
The Epilogue.
section
Songs to the Play, called, The Nice Valour: Or, The Passionate Mad-man. The first Song.
The second Song.
The third Song.
The fourth Song.
The fifth Song.
The sixth Song.
section
The Prologue to the Tamer Tamed.
The Epilogue.
section
The Prologue to the Martiall Maid.
The Epilogue.
A Song to the Play, called, Wit at severall Weapons.
section
The Prologue to the Faire Maid of the Inne.
The Epilogue.
section
First Song to the Tragedy of Valentinian.
The second Song.
The third Song.
The fourth Song.
The Prologue to the Play, called, Loves Pilgrimage.
The Honest Man's Fortune.
Mr Francis Beaumont's Letter to Ben Iohnson, written before he and Mr Fletcher came to London, with two of the precedent Comedies then not finished, which de∣ferred their merry meet∣ings at the Mermaid.
On Francis Beaumonts Death.
An Elegy upon Mr Fran. Beaumont.
On William Shakespeare.
On Ben Johnson.
Another on Ben Johnson.
On Mr Edm. Spencer, Famous Poet.
On Michael Drayton buried in Westminster.
On the Tombes in Westminster.
The Ex-Ale-tation of ALE.
The Good Fellow.
The vertue of Sack.
Canto, In the praise of Sack.
The answer of Ale to the challenge of Sack.
The Triumph of Tobacco over Sack and Ale.
The praises of a Country Life.