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Lieutenant-General Sir Henry King KCB was British Army officer and Member of Parliament for County Sligo in Ireland.

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A Contemplation upon FlowersRate it:
A Penitential HymneRate it:
A RenunciationRate it:
A salutation of his Majesties Ship the SoveraignRate it:
An AcknowledgmentRate it:
AN ELEGY Occasioned by the losse of the most incomparable Lady Stanhope, daughter to the Earl of NorthumberlandRate it:
AN ELEGY Upon Mrs. Kirk unfortunately drowned in ThamesRate it:
AN ELEGY Upon my Best Friend L. K. C.Rate it:
AN ELEGY Upon S. W. R.Rate it:
AN ELEGY Upon the death of Mr. Edward HoltRate it:
AN ELEGY Upon the immature loss of the most vertuous Lady Anne RichRate it:
AN ELEGY Upon the L. Bishop of London John KingRate it:
AN ELEGY Upon the most Incomparable K. Charles the FirstRate it:
AN ELEGY Upon the most victorious King of Sweden Gustavus AdolphusRate it:
AN EPITAPH On his most honoured Friend Richard Earl of DorsetRate it:
An Epitaph on Niobe turned to StoneRate it:
An Essay on Death and a PrisonRate it:
Another of the same, paraphrased for an AnthemeRate it:
AThe Anniverse. AN ELEGY.Rate it:
Being waked out of my sleep by a snuff of Candle which offended me, I thus thoughtRate it:
By occasion of the Young Prince his happy birthRate it:
Exequy on his WifeRate it:
Loves HarvestRate it:
Madam Gabrina, Or the Ill-favourd ChoiceRate it:
My Midnight MeditationRate it:
On the Earl of EssexRate it:
On two Children dying of one Disease, and buried in one GraveRate it:
PARADOX. That Fruition destroyes LoveRate it:
PARADOX. That it is best for a Young Maid to marry an Old ManRate it:
Psalm CL.Rate it:
Psalm CXVII.Rate it:
Psalm I.Rate it:
Sic VitaRate it:
Silence. A SonnetRate it:
SONNET. The Double RockRate it:
SONNET. Dry those fair, those chrystal eyesRate it:
SONNET. Go thou that vainly do'st mine eyes inviteRate it:
SONNET. I prethee turn that face awayRate it:
SONNET. Tell me you stars that our affections moveRate it:
SONNET. To PatienceRate it:
SONNET. VVere thy heart soft as thou art faireRate it:
SONNET. When I entreat, either thou wilt not hearRate it:
St. Valentines dayRate it:
Tell Me No More How Fair She IsRate it:
The AcquittanceRate it:
The Boyes answer to the BlackmoorRate it:
The ChangeRate it:
The DefenceRate it:
The Departure. AN ELEGY.Rate it:
The DirgeRate it:
The ExequyRate it:
The FarewellRate it:
The ForfeitureRate it:
The Forlorn HopeRate it:
The LabyrinthRate it:
The LegacyRate it:
The PinkRate it:
The RetreatRate it:
The short WooingRate it:
The SurrenderRate it:
The Vow-BreakerRate it:
To a Friend upon Overbury's wife given to herRate it:
To a Lady who sent me a copy of verses at my going to bedRate it:
To A. R. vpon the sameRate it:
To his Friends of Christ-Church upon the mislike of the Marriage of the Arts acted at WoodstockRate it:
To his unconstant FriendRate it:
To my dead friend Ben JohnsonRate it:
To my honoured Friend Mr. George SandysRate it:
To my Sister Anne King, who chid me in verse for being angryRate it:
To One demanding why Wine sparklesRate it:
To the Queen at OxfordRate it:
To the same Lady upon Mr. Burtons MelancholyRate it:
Upon a Braid of Hair in a Heart sent by Mrs. E. H.Rate it:
Upon a Table-Book presented to a LadyRate it:
Upon the death of my ever desired friend Doctor Donne Dean of PaulsRate it:
Upon the Kings happy return from ScotlandRate it:

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