Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses, and Other Poems

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INDEX OF TITLES
Abscessum Christi queruntur discipuli 312
Absenti Centurionis filio Dominus absens medetur 37
Act. 10. 39 313
Act. 12. 23 310
Acts 28. 3 308
Ad Bethesdae piscinam positus 13
Ad Christum, de aqua in vinum versa 53
Ad D. Lucam medicum (Latin) 49
Ad D. Lucam medicum (Greek) 302
Ad hospites coenae miraculosae quinque panum 46
Ad Infantes Martyres 23
Ad Judaeos mactatores Stephani 22, 35
Adoro Te 246
Ad Principem nondum natum 159
Ad Reginam 124
Ad Reginam, Et sibi Academiae parturientem 164
Ad S. Andraem piscatorem 20
Ad verbum Dei sanatur caecus 24
Ædificatis sepulchra Prophetarum 48
Æger implorat umbram D. Petri 27
Ænaeas Patris sui bajulus 178
Æthiopian, On the baptized 73
Æthiops lotus 15
Afraid, why are ye, O ye of little faith? 76
Agnus Dei, qui tollit peccata mundi 314
Alexias. The complaint of the Forsaken Wife of Sainte Alexis284
Aliqui verb dubitabant 41
And he answered them nothing 78
Andrews Picture before his Sermons Upon Bishop 134
Annunciant ritus, quos non licet nobis suscipere, cùm simus Romani 54
Apocal. xii. 7 312
Apologie, An 272
Apricockes sent to Cowley by Sir Crashaw, Upon two greene 175
Aquae in vinum versae 37
Arbor Christi jussu arescens 30
Arion180
Ashton Mr, a conformable Citizen, An Epitaph upon 157
Asse that bore our Saviour, Upon the 77
Assumption of Our Blessed Lady, In the glorious 256
A telonio Matthaeus 18
Attulerunt ei omnes malè affectos, daemoniacos,lunaticos—&sanavit eos 51
Baptismus non tollit futura peccata 115
Beatae Virgini credenti 33
Beatae Virgini. De salutatione Angelicâ 56
Beati oculi qui vident 32
Beatus venter & ubera, &c. 39
B. Lord, upon the choise of His Sepulcher, To Our 233
B. Virgins bashfullnesse, On the 76
Blind cured by the word of our Saviour, The 78
Body of our Bl. Lord, Naked and Bloody, Upon the 244
Bonum est nobis esse hîc 310
Bonum intrare in coelos cum uno oculo, &c. 19
Brooke, Doctor, An Epitaph upon 143
Brook, Ornatissimo viro Praeceptori suo colendissimo, Magistro 8
Bulla 171

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