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Author: Herrick, Robert, 1591-1674.
Title: His noble numbers,: or, His pious pieces vvherein (amongst other things) he sings the birth of his Christ : and sighes for his Saviours suffering on the crosse.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: His noble numbers,: or, His pious pieces vvherein (amongst other things) he sings the birth of his Christ : and sighes for his Saviours suffering on the crosse.
Herrick, Robert, 1591-1674.

London: Printed for John Williams, and Francis Eglesfield, 1647.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86259.0001.001

Contents
title page
HIS Noble Numbers: OR, His pious Pieces.
His Confession.
His Prayer for Absolution.
To finde God.
What God is.
Upon God.
Mercy and Love.
Gods Anger without Affection.
God not to be comprehended.
Gods part.
Affliction.
Three fatall Sisters.
Silence.
Mirth.
Loading and unloading.
Gods Mercy.
Prayers must have Poise.
To God: an Anthem, sung in the Chappell at White-Hall, before the King.
Upon God.
Calling, and correcting.
No escaping the scourging.
The Rod.
God has a twofold part.
God is One.
Persecutions profitable.
To God.
Whips.
Gods Providence.
Temptation.
His Ejaculation to God.
Gods gifts not soone granted.
Persecutions purifie.
Pardon.
An Ode of the Birth of our Saviour.
Lip-labour.
The Heart.
Eare-rings.
Sin seen.
Upon Time.
His Petition.
To God.
His Letanie, to the Holy Spirit.
Thanksgiving.
Cock-crow.
All things run well for the Righteous.
Paine ends in Pleasure.
To God.
A Thanksgiving to God, for his House.
To God.
Another, to God.
None truly happy here.
To his ever-loving God.
Another.
To Death.
Neutrality loathsome.
Welcome what comes.
To his angrie God.
Patience, or Comforts in Crosses.
Eternitie.
To his Saviour, a Child; a Present, by a child.
The New-yeeres Gift.
To God.
God, and the King.
Gods mirth, Mans mourning.
Honours are hindrances.
The Parasceve, or Preparation.
To God.
A will to be working.
Christs part.
Riches and Poverty.
Sobriety in Search.
Almes.
To his Conscience.
To his Saviour.
To God.
His Dreame.
Gods Bounty.
To his sweet Saviour.
His Creed.
Temptations.
The Lamp.
Sorrowes.
Penitencie.
The Dirge of Jephthahs Daughter: sung by the Virgins.
To God, on his sicknesse.
Sins loath'd, and yet lov'd.
Sin.
Upon God.
Faith.
Humility.
Teares.
Sin and Strife.
An Ode, or Psalme, to God.
Graces for Children.
God to be first serv'd.
Another Grace for a Child.
A Christmas Caroll, sung to the King in the Presence at White-Hall.
From the Flourish they came to the Song.
The New-yeeres Gift, or Circumcisions Song, sung to the King in the Presence at White-Hall.
Another New-yeeres Gift, or Song for the Circumcision.
Gods Pardon.
Sin.
Evill.
The Star-Song: A Caroll to the King; sung at White-Hall. The Flourish of Musick: then followed the Song.
To God.
To his deere God.
To God, his good will.
On Heaven.
The Summe, and the Satisfaction.
Good men afflicted most.
Good Christians
The Will the cause of Woe.
To Heaven.
The Recompence.
To God.
To God.
His wish to God.
Satan.
Hell.
The way.
Great grief, great glory.
Hell.
The Bell-man.
The goodnesse of his God.
The VViddowes teares: or, Dirge of Dorcas.
To God, in time of plundering.
To his Saviour. The New yeers gift.
Doomes-Day.
The Poores Portion.
The white Island: or place of the Blest.
To Christ.
To God.
Free Welcome.
Gods Grace.
Coming to Christ.
Correction.
Gods Bounty.
Knowledge.
Salutation.
Lasciviousnesse.
Teares.
Gods Blessing.
God, and Lord.
The Iudgment-Day.
Angells.
Long life.
Teares.
Manna.
Reverence.
Mercy.
Wages.
Temptation.
Gods hands.
Labour.
Mora Sponsi, the stay of the Bridegroome.
Roaring.
The Eucharist.
Sin severely punisht.
Montes Scripturarum, the Mounts of the Scriptures.
Prayer.
Christs sadnesse.
God heares us.
God.
Clouds.
Comforts in contentions.
Heaven.
God.
His Power.
Christs words on the Crosse, My God, My God.
JEHOVAH.
Confusion of face.
Another.
Beggars.
Good, and bad.
Sin.
Martha, Martha.
Youth, and Age.
Gods Power.
Paradise.
Observation.
The Asse.
Observation.
Tapers.
Christs Birth.
The Virgin Mary.
Another.
God.
Another of God.
Another.
Gods presence.
Gods Dwelling.
The Virgin Mary.
To God.
Upon Woman and Mary.
North and South.
Sabbaths.
The Fast, or Lent.
Sin.
God.
This, and the next World.
Ease.
Beginnings and Endings.
Temporall goods.
Hell fire.
Abels Bloud.
Another.
A Position in the Hebrew Divinity.
Penitence.
Gods presence.
The Resurrection possible, and probable.
Christs suffering.
Sinners.
Temptations.
Pittie, and punishment.
Gods price, and mans price.
Christs Action.
Predestination.
Another.
Sin.
Another.
Another.
Prescience.
Christ.
Christs Incarnation.
Heaven.
Gods keyes.
Sin.
Almes.
Hell fire.
To keep a true Lent.
No time in Eternitie.
His Meditation upon Death
Cloaths for Continuance.
To God.
The Soule.
The Judgement day.
Sufferings.
Paine and pleasure.
Gods presence.
Another.
The poore mans part.
The right hand.
The Staffe and Rod.
God sparing in scourging.
Confession.
Gods descent.
No coming to God without Christ.
Another, to God.
The Resurrection.
Coheires.
The number of two.
Hardning of hearts.
The Rose.
Gods time must end our trouble.
Baptisme.
Gold and Frankincense.
To God.
The chewing the Cud.
Christs twofold coming.
To God, his gift.
Gods Anger.
Gods Commands.
To God.
To God.
Good Friday: Rex Tragicus, or Christ going to His Crosse.
His words to Christ, going to the Crosse.
Another, to his Saviour.
His Saviours words, going to the Crosse.
His Anthem, to Christ on the Crosse.
To his Saviours Sepulcher: his Devotion.
His Offering, with the rest, at the Sepulcher.
His coming to the Sepulcher.