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Henry Craik, ed.  English Prose.  1916.
 
Vol. II. Sixteenth Century to the Restoration
 
Introduction by Henry Craik
Francis Bacon.
 1561–1626.  
Critical Introduction by William Minto
Letter to Lord Burghley in 1591
Of Studies
Of Marriage and Single Life
Of Vainglory
Of Building
On the Vanity of Words without Matter
Of the True Greatness of a State
The Character of Henry VII.
The Duties of Judges of Assize
The Poisoning of Sir Thomas Overbury
A Haven after Storm
On the Transmission of Immateriate Virtues
John Hayward.
 1564?–1627.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
Difficulties in Reign of Edward VI.
The Protector Somerset and His Brother
Public Fears
Queen Elizabeth
The Jesuits
James VI. and I.
 1566–1625.  
Critical Introduction by William S. M’Cormick
On the Education of a Prince
Tobacco and Good Manners
John Spottiswoode.
 1565–1639.  
Critical Introduction by James Miller Dodds
The Execution of Queen Mary
The Adventures of Mr. John Craig
Sir Henry Wotton.
 1568–1639.  
Critical Introduction by A. W. Ward
How to Meet the Turk
To Sir Edmund Bacon
John Donne.
 1572–1631.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Occasional Mercies
Salvation
The Arithmetic of Sin
Death
To My Very True and Very Good Friend, Sir Henry Goodyere
Ben Jonson.
 1572–1637.  
Critical Introduction by A. W. Ward
De Malignitate Studentium
De Bonis et Malis—De Innocentia
Notæ Domini S. Albani de Doctrinæ Intemperantia
Samuel Purchas.
 1577?–1626.  
Critical Introduction by W. P. Ker
Of the Hill Amara and the Rarities therein
Sir Thomas Overbury.
 1581–1613.  
Critical Introduction by William S. M’Cormick
An Affectate Traveller
A Mere Fellow of an House
A Roaring Boy
A Franklin
Robert Burton.
 1577–1640.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Democritus His Utopia
Love of Solitude
Of Repulse
Charity, the Want of It
Joseph Hall.
 1574–1656.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
To the High and Mighty Monarch James
Mediation in Church Controversies
Besieged in His Palace
Balaam and the Ass
To My Reverend Brethren of the Diocese of Norwich
The Christian’s Disposition
Undutiful Sons
Weary Loquacity
James Ussher.
 1581–1656.  
Critical Introduction by Edmund K. Chambers
Of Purgatory, and Prayer for the Dead
John Selden.
 1584–1654.  
Critical Introduction by William S. M’Cormick
A Scholar’s Defence
The First Payment of Tithes in England
Measure of Things
Opinion
Logic and Rhetoric
Lord Herbert of Cherbury.
 1583–1648.  
Critical Introduction by W. P. Ker
Lord Herbert of Cherbury in Paris
John Hales.
 1584–1656.  
Critical Introduction by W. Wallace
All Differences Do Not Involve Schism
False Proofs
William Drummond of Hawthornden.
 1585–1649.  
Critical Introduction by William S. M’Cormick
A Reverie on Death
George Herbert.
 1593–1633.  
Critical Introduction by Alfred Ainger
The Parson Preaching
The Parson on Sundays
Thomas Hobbes.
 1588–1679.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
The Causes of Mutual Fear
The State of War
Natural Religion
The Race
Love
The Inconveniences of Government
How the Presbyterians Grew Strong
Thomas May.
 1594/5–1650.  
Critical Introduction by Edmund K. Chambers
The Argument of His History
Strafford
The Queen Mother
The Battle of Edgehill
James Howell.
 c. 1594–1666.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
The Murder of Buckingham
The White Bird
Howell’s Sabbath Devotions
The Pied Piper
Wines
Peter Heylyn.
 1599–1662.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
Fuller as an Historian
A Royal Progress
Strafford and the King
John Knox
William Chillingworth.
 1602–1644.  
Critical Introduction by W. Wallace
Scripture Intelligible
Faith and Understanding
Samuel Rutherford.
 1600?–1661.  
Critical Introduction by James Miller Dodds
Flight No Lawful Means of Escape for an Oppressed People
Letter to Jean Brown
Violent and Natural Death
John Earle.
 1601?–1665.  
Critical Introduction by A. W. Ward
A Pretender to Learning
A Sceptic in Religion
A Vulgar-Spirited Man
Owen Felltham.
 1602?–1668.  
Critical Introduction by A. I. Fitzroy
A Friend and Enemy, When Most Dangerous
Of Preaching
Description of a Dutch House
Sir Kenelm Digby.
 1603–1665.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
An Extract from a Ship’s Log
The Maxims of Self-Contentment
The Soul’s Excellence
Sir Thomas Urquhart.
 1611–1660.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Doctor Seaton
The Design of the Third Book, Entituled Cleronomaporia
Sir Thomas Browne.
 1605–1682.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
Part of Address to Reader
Of Griffins
Faith in Mysteries
A Providence in Fortune
Of the Nature of Angels
The Soul Illimitable
Sleep
The Vanity of Ambition
Imagination Sweetens Life
Something to Be Loved in All
Walk Not with Leaden Sandals
Temperance in Pleasure
The Limits of Felicity
Un-man Not Thyself
Izaak Walton.
 1593–1683.  
Critical Introduction by Edmund Gosse
What We Owe to the Birds
Angling an Art
The Otter Hunt
The Milkmaid’s Song
The Blessing of Content
A Vision
George Herbert at Bemerton
Dr. Sanderson at Boothby Pannel
Lucy Hutchinson.
 1620–1681.  
Critical Introduction by W. P. Ker
Lambert, 1659
Bulstrode Whitelocke.
 1605–1675.  
Critical Introduction by W. Wallace
Ship Money
A Conference with the King
The Trial of the King
Thomas Fuller.
 1608–1661.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
The Natural Commodities of Hampshire
John of Trevisa and Geoffrey Chaucer
The Good Yeoman
Ejaculations: Their Privilege
An Ill Match
The Imprisonment and Ransom of King Richard
Fuller’s Farewell to Exeter on the Eve of Its Surrender
Edward Hyde,
Lord Clarendon.
 1609–1674.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
The Death of Strafford
The City of London
Character of Hampden
Character of Lord Falkland
Character of Charles I.
Character of Cromwell
Clarendon’s Early Friends
Clarendon’s Early Manhood
Character of Himself
Fealty against Conscience
Hopes of Peace Frustrated
Causes of the Corruption Which Followed the Restoration
The Stuart Family
Clarendon’s Letter to the King
John Milton.
 1608–1674.  
Critical Introduction by A. W. Ward
The Deliverance of England
Not the Praise, but the Cause
Himself a True Poem
The New Inquisition
The Search after Truth
The Punishment of Tyrants
The King’s Misgovernment
Justice above the King
Persecution, Papist and Protestant
A Perpetual Grand Council of the Nation
Robert Leighton.
 1611–1684.  
Critical Introduction by Edmund K. Chambers
The Flower of the Grass
The Vanity of Life
Life and Death
David and Solomon: Their Experience of Life
Renunciation
The Comfort of Belief
The Inheritance
Spiritual Sunshine
James Harrington.
 1611–1677.  
Critical Introduction by George Saintsbury
The Political Wisdom of Girls
The Case for the Agrarian
The Speech of the Lord Epimonus de Garrula
Inequality in Commonwealths
Samuel Butler.
 1612–1680.  
Critical Introduction by W. P. Ker
A Rabble
An Opinionater
A Rebel
An Hector
Jeremy Taylor.
 1613–1667.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Overton
Holiness the Way to Knowledge
The Responsibilities of a Bishop
Of Contentedness in All Estates and Accidents
Of the Practice of Patience
On Set Forms of Liturgy
On Difference of Opinion
Bishop John Wilkins.
 1614–1672.  
Critical Introduction by Henry Craik
A Journey to the Moon Possible
Authority of the Ancients
Motion of the Earth Possible
Henry More.
 1614–1687.  
Critical Introduction by Edmund K. Chambers
The Dream of Bathynous
The Obscurity of the Christian Religion
Design in the Animal World
Richard Baxter.
 1615–1691.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Overton
The Knowledge of God
The Heart in Heaven
Abraham Cowley.
 1618–1667.  
Critical Introduction by A. W. Ward
The Use of Leisure
A Small Thing, but Mine Own
A Maxim Criticised
Poetry as a Mistress
Ralph Cudworth.
 1617–1688.  
Critical Introduction by A. I. Fitzroy
On the Incorporeality of the Deity
Against Arbitrary Decrees
On the Exercise of the Will
On Christ’s Christianity
Sir Roger L’Estrange.
 1616–1704.  
Critical Introduction by J. H. Millar
The Fox and the Raven
The Daw and Borrowed Plumes
The Fox and the Sick Lion
The Ape and the Dolphin

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