|Author:||Howard, Edward, fl. 1669.|
|Title:||Poems, and essays: with a paraphrase on Cicero's Lælius, or Of friendship. Written in heroick verse by a gentleman of quality.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Poems, and essays: with a paraphrase on Cicero's Lælius, or Of friendship. Written in heroick verse by a gentleman of quality.
Howard, Edward, fl. 1669., Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Laelius de amicitia.
London: printed by J[ames]. C[ottrell]. for W. Place, at Grays-Inne Gate in Holborn, 1673.
TO THE READER.
To his ensuing POEMS.
Of a Servant to an Ancient Lady.
To a Friend.
Bathing in a River.
Fricatrices: or, a She upon a She.
On Clelia. SONG.
The Banquet. SONG.
The precise One.
Of a Lady whose love was unknown to her Servant. SONG.
Of Loving unadvis'd.
On a Lady walking in Grayes-Inne-Walks.
To one who slighted his Mistress.
Ʋpon a Lady.
The Enjoyment, or Corinne Concubitus, Translated out of Ovid's Elegies.
Ʋpon an Inn that Lodged me on a Journey.
On a Ladies little Dog.
The old One.
A Dialogue betwixt Wit and Money.
Of one who would live by his Wits.
On one who had Good Meat, and less Wit
Wit and Beauty.
A Blank for Rhime.
On a certain Rhimer.
Being in the Countrey.
Of Change and Death.
In Spheram Archimedes: Translated out of Claudian.
Of Time: A Pindaricque Ode.
On former Poets.
To his Muse.
Miscellanies, or Essayes.
Criticism and Censure.
Retirement and Solitude.
Of Living and Dying.
Of my Self.
The PREFACE To the Paraphrase on Cicero's LELIUS.
A Paraphrase in Verse on Cicero's Lelius, or of Friendship; written by him to Pomponius Atticus.
The third and last PART.