Poetry and Revolution: An Anthology of British and Irish Verse, 1625-1660

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INDEX OF TITLES AND
FIRST LINES
In this index, first lines are given in roman type throughout, titles are given in italic throughout. Poems arc indexed by poem number rather than page number.
A Black Patch on Lucasta's Face67
A Blackamore Maid wooing a faire Boy12
A bloodless Massacre here is already 342
A Broyling Lamb on Pan's chief Altar lies195
A Charme37
A Confession30
A Contemplation on Bassets down-Hill223
A depth. A depth in things to come! 298
A Description of Civil Wars317
A Dialogue betweene Araphill and Castara186
A Dialogue betwixt GOD and the SOUL119
A Dialogue betwixt Horace and Lydia11
A Dialogue.. Lute and Voice107
A Dialogue of Absence 'twixt Lucasia and Orinda77
A Faire Nimph scorning a Black Boy Courting her51
A Free-Parliament Letany319
A Glasse Chayne Broken197
A Glasse Lampe Broken196
A Glasse Ring Broken198
A Gyges Ring they beare about them still l0
A Hue and Cry after the Reformation306
A Hymn To the Name and Honor of the Admirable Sainte Teresa141
A Kingdome which long time had live in Peace 317
A Letany for the New-year228
A Looking-Glasse17
A Meditation for his Mistresse122
A New Kickshaw for the Stomack of Sathan320
A New Remonstrance to His Malignant Mistresse253
A New-years Gift263
A non covenanters opinion of the violent, and impetuous disposition of some of our Puritans in Scotland265
A Pastorall sung to the King...235
A Sea Dialogue74
A Sheónóid méadaigh meanma 129
A Single Eye, All Light, No Darkness146
A spring in spring 297
A Supplement of an imperfect Copy of Verses of Mr. Wil. Shakespears40

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