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Arthur Quiller-Couch, ed. 1919. The Oxford Book of English Verse: 1250–1900.
  
Chronologic Index of Authors
 
John Milton (1608–1674)
to
Richard Jago (1715–1781)
 
John Milton. 1608–1674 307.Hymn on the Morning of Christ's Nativity
308.On Time
309.At a Solemn Musick
310.L'Allegro
311.Il Penseroso
312.From 'Arcades'
313.From 'Comus' i
314.From 'Comus' ii
315.From 'Comus' iii
316.From 'Comus' iv
317.Lycidas
318.On His Blindness
319.To Mr. Lawrence
320.To Cyriack Skinner
321.On His Deceased Wife
322.Light
323.From 'Samson Agonistes' i
324.From 'Samson Agonistes' ii
Sir John Suckling. 1609–1642 325.A Doubt of Martyrdom
326.The Constant Lover
327.Why so Pale and Wan?
328.When, Dearest, I but think of Thee
Sir Richard Fanshawe. 1608–1666 329.A Rose
William Cartwright. 1611–1643 330.To Chloe
331.Falsehood
332.On the Queen's Return from the Low Countries
333.On a Virtuous Young Gentlewoman that died suddenly
James Graham, Marquis of Montrose. 1612–1650 334.I'll never love Thee more
Thomas Jordan. 1612?–1685 335.Coronemus nos Rosis antequam marcescant
Richard Crashaw. 1613?–1649 336.Wishes to His Supposed Mistress
337.The Weeper
338.A Hymn to the Name and Honour of the Admirable Saint Teresa
339.Upon the Book and Picture of the Seraphical Saint Teresa
340.Verses from the Shepherds' Hymn
341.Christ Crucified
342.An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife
Richard Lovelace. 1618–1658 343.To Lucasta, going to the Wars
344.To Lucasta, going beyond the Seas
345.Gratiana Dancing
346.To Amarantha, that she would dishevel her Hair
347.The Grasshopper
348.To Althea, from Prison
Abraham Cowley. 1618–1667 349.Anacreontics 1
350.Anacreontics 2
351.Anacreontics 3
352.On the Death of Mr. William Hervey
353.The Wish
Alexander Brome. 1620–1666 354.The Resolve
Andrew Marvell. 1621–1678 355.An Horatian Ode
356.A Garden
357.To His Coy Mistress
358.The Picture of Little T. C. in a Prospect of Flowers
359.Thoughts in a Garden
360.Bermudas
361.An Epitaph
Henry Vaughan. 1621–1695 362.The Retreat
363.Peace
364.The Timber
365.Friends Departed
John Bunyan. 1628–1688 366.The Shepherd Boy sings in the Valley of Humiliation
Anonymous: Ballads. 367.Thomas the Rhymer
368.Sir Patrick Spens
369.The Lass of Lochroyan
370.The Dowie Houms of Yarrow
371.Clerk Saunders
372.Fair Annie
373.Edward, Edward
374.Edom o' Gordon
375.The Queen's Marie
376.Binnorie
377.The Bonnie House o' Airlie
378.The Wife of Usher's Well
379.The Three Ravens
380.The Twa Corbies
381.A Lyke-Wake Dirge
382.The Seven Virgins.
383.Two Rivers
384.Cradle Song
385.The Call
386.The Bonny Earl of Murray
387.Helen of Kirconnell
388.Waly, Waly
389.Barbara Allen's Cruelty
390.Pipe and Can
391.Love will find out the Way
392.Phillada flouts Me
William Strode. 1602–1645 393.Chloris in the Snow
Thomas Stanley. 1625–1678 394.The Relapse
Thomas D'Urfey. 1653–1723 395.Chloe Divine
Charles Cotton. 1630–1687 396.To Coelia
Katherine Philips ('Orinda'). 1631–1664 397.To One persuading a Lady to Marriage
John Dryden. 1631–1700 398.Ode
399.A Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687
400.Ah, how sweet it is to love!
401.Hidden Flame
402.Song to a Fair Young Lady, going out of the Town in the Spring
Charles Webbe. c. 1678 403.Against Indifference
Sir George Etherege. 1635–1691 404.Song
405.To a Lady asking him how long he would love her
Thomas Traherne. 1637?–1674 406.News
Thomas Flatman. 1637–1688 407.The Sad Day
Charles Sackville, Earl of Dorset. 1638–1706 408.Song
Sir Charles Sedley. 1639–1701 409.To Chloris
410.To Celia
Aphra Behn. 1640–1689 411.Song
412.The Libertine
John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. 1647–1680 413.Return
414.Love and Life
415.Constancy
416.To His Mistress
John Sheffield, Duke of Buckinghamshire. 1649–1720 417.The Reconcilement
418.On One who died discovering her Kindness
Thomas Otway. 1652–1685 419.The Enchantment
John Oldham. 1653–1683 420.A Quiet Soul
John Cutts, Lord Cutts. 1661–1707 421.Song
Matthew Prior. 1664–1721 422.The Question to Lisetta
423.To a Child of Quality, Five Years Old, 1704. The Author then Forty
424.Song
425.On My Birthday, July 21
426.The Lady who offers her Looking-Glass to Venus
427.A Letter
428.For my own Monument
William Walsh. 1663–1708 429.Rivals
Lady Grisel Baillie. 1665–1746 430.Werena my Heart's licht I wad dee
William Congreve. 1670–1729 431.False though She be
432.A Hue and Cry after Fair Amoret
Joseph Addison. 1672–1719 433.Hymn
Isaac Watts. 1674–1748 434.The Day of Judgement
435.A Cradle Hymn
Thomas Parnell. 1670–1718 436.Song
Allan Ramsay. 1686–1758 437.Peggy
William Oldys. 1687–1761 438.On a Fly drinking out of his Cup
John Gay. 1688–1732 439.Song
Alexander Pope. 1688–1744 440.On a certain Lady at Court
441.Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady
442.The Dying Christian to his Soul
George Bubb Dodington, Lord Melcombe. 1691?–1762 443.Shorten Sail
Henry Carey. 1693?–1743 444.Sally in our Alley
445.A Drinking-Song
William Broome. ?–1745 446.The Rosebud
447.Belinda's Recovery from Sickness
James Thomson. 1700–1748 448.On the Death of a particular Friend
George Lyttelton, Lord Lyttelton. 1709–1773 449.Tell me, my Heart, if this be Love
Samuel Johnson. 1709–1784 450.One-and-Twenty
451.On the Death of Mr. Robert Levet, a Practiser in Physic
Richard Jago1715–1781 452.Absence

 
 
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