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Mercury And The ElephantRate it:
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A Description Of One Of The Pieces Of Tapistry At Long-LeatRate it:
A Letter To Dafnis April: 2d 1685Rate it:
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A Miller, His Son, And Their AssRate it:
A Nocturnal ReverieRate it:
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A Poem For The Birth-Day Of The Right Honble The Lady Catharine TuftonRate it:
A SongRate it:
A Suplication For The Joys Of HeavenRate it:
A Tale of the Miser and the PoetRate it:
Adam Pos'dRate it:
AlcidorRate it:
All Is VanityRate it:
An Apology for my fearfull temperRate it:
An EPISTLE From A Gentleman To Madam DeshouliersRate it:
An EPISTLE from Alexander to Hephaestion In His SicknessRate it:
An Invitation to DafnisRate it:
Ardelia to MelancholyRate it:
ConsolationRate it:
Cupid And FollyRate it:
Democritus And His NeighborsRate it:
Enquiry After PeaceRate it:
Fanscomb BarnRate it:
For the BetterRate it:
FragmentRate it:
Fragment at Tunbridge-WellsRate it:
Friendship Between Ephelia And ArdeliaRate it:
From The First Act Of The Aminta Of TassoRate it:
GlassRate it:
HopeRate it:
In Praise Of Writing LettersRate it:
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Jupiter And The FarmerRate it:
La Passion VaincueRate it:
Life's ProgressRate it:
Love, Death, And ReputationRate it:
Man's Injustice Towards ProvidenceRate it:
Moral SongRate it:
Mussulman's DreamRate it:
On MyselfeRate it:
On the Death of the Honourable Mr. James ThynneRate it:
On The Death Of The QueenRate it:
On The HurricaneRate it:
Part of the Fifth Scene in the Second Act of AthaliaRate it:
Psalm The 137th Paraphras'd To The 7th VerseRate it:
ReformationRate it:
SongRate it:
The AppologyRate it:
The Atheist And The AcornRate it:
The Battle Between The Rats And The WeazlesRate it:
The Bird and the ArrasRate it:
The Brass-Pot And Stone-JuggRate it:
The Cautious LoversRate it:
The ChangeRate it:
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The Decision Of FortuneRate it:
The Dog And His MasterRate it:
The Eagle, The Sow, And The CatRate it:
The EquipageRate it:
The ExecutorRate it:
The Hog, The Sheep, And Goat, Carrying To A FAIRRate it:
The House of SocratesRate it:
The HymnRate it:
The IntroductionRate it:
The King and the ShepherdRate it:
The LORD and the BRAMBLERate it:
The Lyon And The GnatRate it:
The Man And His HorseRate it:
The Man Bitten By FleasRate it:
The Marriage of Edward Herbert Esquire, and Mrs. Elizabeth HerbertRate it:
The Owl Describing her Young OnesRate it:
The Petition for an Absolute RetreatRate it:
The Philosopher, the Young Man, and his StatueRate it:
The PhoenixRate it:
The Poor Man's LambRate it:
The Shepherd And The CalmRate it:
The Shepherd Piping To The FishesRate it:
The SpleenRate it:
The Tradesman and the ScholarRate it:
The TreeRate it:
The Unequal FettersRate it:
The Wit and the BeauRate it:
The Young Rat And His Dam, The Cock And The CatRate it:
There's No To-MorrowRate it:
Three SongsRate it:
To A HusbandRate it:
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To Edward Jenkinson, EsqRate it:
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To SilviaRate it:
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