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Oldys, Alexander. / [1700] An ode, by way of elegy, on the universally lamented death of the incomparable Mr. Dryden by Alexander Oldys.
[1695] Ode for the consort at York-buildings upon the death of Mr. Henry Purcell.
[1699] An ode made on the welcome news of the safe arrival and kind reception of the Scottish colony at Darien in America
Young lady. / [1695] An ode occasion'd by the death of Her Sacred Majesty by a young lady.
A. B. / [1695] An ode occasion'd by the death of the Queen with a letter from the author to Mr. Dryden / by a gentleman, a true lover of his country.
[1696?] An Ode on St. Cecila's Day perform'd on the 23rd of November, 1696 / set to music by Mr. Nicola Matteis.
W. B. (William Browne) / [1700] An ode on the death of William, Duke of Gloucester by W.B. of St. John's, Oxon.
[1700] An ode performed at the anniversary feast of the gentlemen, natives of the county of Kent, at Merchant-Taylors-Hall, Nov. 21, 1700 set to musick by Mr. Barret.
Draghi, Giovanni Battista, ca. 1640-1708. / [1684] An ode to the king: on his return from New-Market / set by Mr. Baptist, master of the Queen's Musick.
Tate, Nahum, 1652-1715. / [M DC XC III 1693] An ode upon His Majesty's birth-day,: set to musick by Dr. Staggins ; and perform'd before Their Majesties, November the 4th, 1693. ; The words by N. Tate, servant to Their Majesties.
[1660] An ode upon the happy return of King Charles II to his languishing nations, May 29, 1660 by James Shirley : composed into music by Dr. Coleman.
D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723. / [1700] An ode, for the anniversary feast made in honour of St. Cæcilia. Nov. 22. Anno Domini, 1700. Set to musick by Dr. John Blow. The words made by Mr. D'Urfey
Sarbiewski, Maciej Kazimierz, 1595-1640. / [1646] The odes of Casimire translated by G.H.
Horace. / [1625] Odes of Horace the best of lyrick poets contayning much morallity, and sweetnesse. Selected, and translated by Sr: T:H: 1625.
Younge, Richard. / [1649] The odious, despicable, and dreadfull condition of a drunkard, drawn to the life to deterre others, and cause them to decline the wayes of death, or, A hopefull way to cure drunkennesse (the root of all evill, and rot of all good) in such as are not (by long custome) past cure : composed, and published for their good, who (not for want of ignorance) prinde themselves in drunken good-fellowship : which probably may open their eies, as the tasting of honey did Jonathan, and cause them to say as the governour to the bridegroome, John 2.10, The good wine was kept back untill now / by Junius Florilegus.
Vincent, Nathanael, 1639?-1697. / [1684] Odos gath operbochåens the more excellent way to edifie the Church of Christ, or, A discourse concerning love : the design of which is to revive that grace (now under such decays) among Protestants of all perswasions / by Nathanael Vincent ...