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A. N. [1586], A warning to all Trayterous Papistes. Who by continual practise, and especialie by this late & horrible treason, in which they sought the ouerthrow of gods true religion, the bloud of their annoynted, and destruction of the whole Realme: From the which, God for his Christs sake preserue and keepe to his glorie; and the confusion of all bloudy, butcherly, and trayterous Papistes (London: Printed by Robert Walde - graue for Thomas Man and William Brome, 1586) [AN,WarniTA].

Abbot, John [1623], Iesvs Praefigvred: Or A Poëm of The Holy Name of Iesvs: In Five Bookes: The First, And Second Booke ([Antwerp?]: , 1623) [AbbotJ,IesvsPO].

Abbot, John [1645], The Sad Condition of a Distracted Kingdome. Expressed, In a Fable of Philo the Jew (London: Printed by B. A., 1645) [AbbotJ,SadCOAD].

Abbot, John [1647], Devovt Rhapsodies: In Which, Is Treated, of the Excellencie of Divine Scriptvres ... By J: A: Rivers (London: Printed by Thomas Harper, for Daniel Frere [etc.], [1647]) [AbbotJ,DevovRI].

Achelley, Thomas [1576], A most lamentable and Tragicall historie, conteyning the outragious and horrible tyrannie which a Spanishe gentlewoman named Violenta executed upon her louer Didaco, because he espoused another beyng first betrothed unto her. Newly translated into English meter, by T. A. (London: Imprinted ... by John Charlewood for Thomas Butter [etc.], 1576) [AchelT,MostLAT].

Achelley, Thomas [1582], [To the Authour, in] The &grE;&grK;&grA;&grT;&grO;&grM;&grP;&grA;&grQ;&GRIa;&grA;: or passionate Centurie of Loue, Diuided into two parts: whereof, the first expresseth the Authors sufferance in Loue: the latter, his long farewell to Loue and all his tyrannie. Composed by Thomas Watson (London: Imprinted by Iohn Wolfe for Gabriell Cawood [etc.], [1582]) [AchelT,ToTAITG].

Adams, Sarah Fuller [1841], Vivia Perpetua: A Dramatic Poem. In Five Acts. By Sarah Flower Adams (London: Charles Fox, 1841) [AdamsSF,ViviaPA].

Adams, Sarah Fuller [1894], Centenary History of the South Place Society: Based on Four Discourses given in the Chapel in May and June, 1893: By Moncure D. Conway: With Appendix containing an Address by Mr. Fox, in 1842. An Original Poem by Mrs. Adams, 1836 and A Discourse by Mr. Conway, 1893 (London; Edinburgh: Williams and Norgate, 1894) [AdamsSF,CenteHO].

Adamson, Henry [1849], Muses Threnodie (In The history of Perth, from the earliest period to the present time. By Thomas Hay Marshall. With a supplement, containing the "Inventory of The Gabions," and the "Muses Threnodie," by Henry Adamson (Perth; Glasgow: John Fisher; G. Gallie, [1849])) [AdamsH,MusesT].

Adamson, John [1618], &grT;&grA; &grT;&grW;&grN; &grM;&grO;&grU;&grS;&grW;&grN;&GREs;&grI;&grS;&grO;&grD;&grI;&grA;. The mvses welcome to the high and mightie prince Iames by the grace of God King of Great Britaine France and Ireland, defender of the Faith &c. At his M. happie returne to his old and native kingdome of Scotland, after XIIII. yeers absence in Anno 1617 (Edinburgh: Printed by Thomas Finlason [etc.], 1618) [AdamsJ,GrtgrGG].

Aikin, Anna Laetitia [1825], The Works of Anna Laetitia Barbauld. With a Memoir by Lucy Aikin (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Browne, and Green, 1825) [AikinAL,WorksOA].

Aird, Thomas [1826], Murtzoufle: A tragedy. In three acts. With other poems. By Thomas Aird (Edinburgh; London: John Anderson; Simpkin & Marshall, 1826) [AirdT,MurtzAT].

Aird, Thomas [1867], Summer Scenes by Birket Foster. A series of photographs from some of his choicest water colour drawings, with appropriate selections from the poems of Aird, Bloomfield, Clare, Crabbe, Baillie, Thomson, Bryant, N. P. Willis (London: Bell and Daldy, 1867) [AirdT,SummeSB].

Aird, Thomas [1878], The Poetical Works of Thomas Aird: Fifth Edition: With a Memoir by the Rev. Jardine Wallace (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1878) [AirdT,PoetiWO].

Akenside, Mark [1738], A British Philippic: A Poem, in Miltonic Verse. Occasion'd by the Insults of the Spaniards, and the Preparations for War (London: Printed by J. Chaney, for A. Dodd [etc.], 1738) [AkensM,BritiPA].

Akenside, Mark [1745], Friendship and love. A dialogue. Addressed to a Young Lady ... To which is added, A song by Mr. Akinside (London: Printed for G. Steidel ... and Sold by M. Cooper, 1745) [AkensM,FrienAL].

Akenside, Mark [1772], The Poems Of Mark Akenside (London: Printed by W. Bowyer and J. Nichols, 1772) [AkensM,PoemsOM].

Akenside, Mark [1855], The Poetical Works of Mark Akenside and John Dyer. Edited by the Rev. Robert Aris Willmott, Incumbent of Bear Wood. Illustrated by Birket Foster (London; New York: George Routledge and Co., 1855) [AkensM,PoetiWO].

Alexander, Sir William, Earl of Stirling [1921], The Poetical Works of Sir William Alexander: Earl of Stirling: Edited by L. E. Kastner ... and H. B. Charlton (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1921 - 1929) [AlexaSW,PoetiWO].

Alexander, William [1886], St. Augustine's Holiday and Other Poems. By William Alexander (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1886) [AlexaW,StAHAOP].

Alexander, William [1900], The Finding of The Book and Other Poems. By William Alexander (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1900) [AlexaW,FindiOT].

Aleyn, Charles [1633], The Battailes of Crescey and Poictiers, Vnder the Fortunes and Valour of King Edward the third of that name, and his sonne Edward Prince of Wales, named the Black. The Second Edition, enlarged. By Charles Aleyn (London: Printed by Thomas Harper, for Thomas Knight [etc.], 1633) [AleynC,BattaOC].

Aleyn, Charles [1638], The Historie of That wise and Fortunate Prince, Henrie of that Name the Seventh, King of England. With that famed Battaile, fought betweene the sayd King Henry and Richard the third named Crookbacke, upon Redmoore neere Bosworth. In a poem by Charles Aleyn (London: Printed by Tho. Cotes, for William Cooke [etc.], 1638) [AleynC,HistoOT].

Alford, Henry [1833], Poems and Poetical Fragments (Cambridge; London: J. & J. J. Deighton; C. J. G. & F. Rivington, 1833) [AlforH,PoemsAP].

Alford, Henry [1835], The school of the heart and other poems. By Henry Alford ... In two volumes (Cambridge; London: Longman & Co.; J. & J. J. Deighton, 1835) [AlforH,SchooOT].

Alford, Henry [1841], The Abbot of Muchelnaye, Sonnets, etc.: By Henry Alford (London: William Pickering, 1841) [AlforH,AbbotOM].

Alford, Henry [1868], The poetical works of Henry Alford: Fifth edition, containing many pieces now first collected (London: Strahan & Co., 1868) [AlforH,PoetiWO].

Allingham, William [1850], Poems. By William Allingham (London: Chapman and Hall, 1850) [AllinW,PoemsBW].

Allingham, William [1854], Day and Night Songs. By William Allingham (London: George Routledge and Co., 1854) [AllinW,DayANSB].

Allingham, William [1854], Peace and war. An Ode. By William Allingham. Reprinted, by permission, from the "Daily News." (London: George Routledge and Co., 1854) [AllinW,PeaceAW].

Allingham, William [1865], Fifty Modern Poems. By William Allingham (London: Bell and Daldy, 1865) [AllinW,FiftyMP].

Allingham, William [1877], Songs, Ballads and Stories by William Allingham ... Including Many Now First Collected: The Rest Revised and Rearranged (London: George Bell and Sons, 1877) [AllinW,SongsBA].

Allingham, William [1882], Evil May - Day &c: By William Allingham (London: David Stott, [1882]) [AllinW,EvilMDA].

Allingham, William [1887], Rhymes for the young folk by William Allingham: With pictures by Helen Allingham, Kate Greenaway, Caroline Paterson, and Harry Furniss: Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans (London; Paris: Cassell and Company, [1887]) [AllinW,RhymeFT].

Allingham, William [1888], Flower Pieces and other poems: By William Allingham: With two designs by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (London: Reeves and Turner, 1888) [AllinW,FlowePA].

Allingham, William [1889], Life and Phantasy: by William Allingham: With frontispiece by Sir John E. Millais: A design by Arthur H. Hughes and a song for voice and piano forte (London: Reeves and Turner, 1889) [AllinW,LifeAPB].

Allingham, William [1890], Blackberries by William Allingham (London: Reeves and Turner, 1890) [AllinW,BlackBW].

Allingham, William [1890], Irish Songs and Poems: By William Allingham: Second Edition: With Nine Airs for Voice and Pianoforte, and a Permanent Photograph of the Waterfall of Asaroe (London: Reeves and Turner, 1890) [AllinW,IrishSA].

Allingham, William [1890], Laurence Bloomfield on Rich and Poor in Ireland by William Allingham: A New Edition (London: Reeves and Turner, 1890) [AllinW,LaureBO].

Allingham, William [1890], Thought and Word, and Ashby Manor: A Play in Two Acts: By William Allingham: With Portrait: Four Designs for Stage Scenes by Mrs. Allingham and A Song with Music (London: Reeves and Turner, 1890) [AllinW,ThougAW].

Allingham, William [1912], By The Way: Verses, Fragments, and Notes (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1912) [AllinW,ByTWVFA].

Alsoppe, Thomas [1525], [The Breuyate and shorte Tragycall hystorie of the fayre Custance, the Emperours doughter of Rome] (: , [c.1525]) [AlsopT,TheBAST].

Ames, Richard [1688], Sylvia's Revenge, or; A satyr Against Man; In Answer to the Satyr Against Woman (London: Printed by Joseph Streater ... and are to be Sold by John Southby [etc.], 1688) [AmesR,SylviRO].

Ames, Richard [1691], A Farther Search after Claret; or, a Second Visitation of the vintners. A poem (London: Printed for E. Hawkins, 1691, 1691) [AmesR,FarthSA].

Ames, Richard [1691], A Search after Wit; Or, A Visitation of the Authors: In Answer to The late Search after Claret; Or Visitation of the Vintners. By an Under - Drawer at the ---'s - Head - Tavern in --- Gate - Street (London: Printed for E. Hawkins, 1691) [AmesR,SearcAW].

Ames, Richard [1691], An Elegy On the Death of Dr. Thomas Saffold, Who Departed this Life May the 12th 1691 (London: Printed for A. Turner, 1691) [AmesR,ElegyOT].

Ames, Richard [1691], An Elegy On the Death of that Learned, Pious, and Laborious Minister of Jesus Christ Mr Richard Baxter, Who departed this Mortal Life on the 8th Day of December, 1691 (London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1691) [AmesR,ElegyOT].

Ames, Richard [1691], Islington - wells; or the Threepenny Academy. A Poem (London: Printed for E. Richardson, 1691) [AmesR,IslinWO].

Ames, Richard [1691], Lawyerus Bootatus & Spurratus: Or, The Long Vacation. A Poem. By a student of Lincolns - Inn (London: Printed for E. Richardson, 1691) [AmesR,LawyeBA].

Ames, Richard [1691], The Female Fire - Ships. A satyr against Whoring. In a Letter to a Friend, just come to Town (London: Printed for E. Richardson, 1691) [AmesR,FemalFS].

Ames, Richard [1691], The Last Search After Claret in Southwark: Or a Visitation of the Vintners in the Mint, with The Debates of a Committee of that Profession thither Fled to avoid the Cruel Persecution of their Unmerciful Creditors. A Poem. Dedicated to the most Ingenuous Author of the Search After Wit, &c. (London: Printed for E. Hawkins, 1691) [AmesR,LastSAC].

Ames, Richard [1691], The Pleasures of Love and Marriage, A Poem In Praise of the Fair Sex. In Requital for The Folly of Love, and some other late Satyrs on Women (London: Printed, for H. N. and are to be Sold by R. Baldwin [etc.], 1691) [AmesR,PleasOL].

Ames, Richard [1691], The Search after Claret; or, A Visitation of the Vintners. A Poem In two Cantos (London: Printed for E. Hawkins, 1691) [AmesR,SearcAC].

Ames, Richard [1692], A Dialogue Between Claret & Darby - Ale: A Poem. Considered in an accidental Conversation between two Gentlemen (London: Printed for E. Richardson, 1692) [AmesR,DialoBC].

Ames, Richard [1692], An Elegy On the Death of that brave Sea - Commander Reer - Admiral Carter, Who was unfortunately Kill'd in the Famous Ingagement with the French Fleet, on the 20th of May, 1692 (London: Printed for Richard Baldwin, 1692) [AmesR,ElegyOT].

Ames, Richard [1692], Britannia Victrix: or, The Triumphs of the Royal Navy, In the Late Victorious Ingagement with the French Fleet: May, 1692. A Pindarick Poem (London: Printed for R. Taylor [etc.], 1692) [AmesR,BritaVO].

Ames, Richard [1692], Sylvia's Complaint, of her Seres Unhappiness. A poem. Being the Second Part of Sylvia's Revenge, or, a Satyr against Man (London: Printed, and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin [etc.], 1692) [AmesR,SylviCO].

Ames, Richard [1692], The Double Descent. A Poem (London: Printed for D. Kean, 1692) [AmesR,DoublDA].

Ames, Richard [1692], The Jacobite Conventicle. A Poem (London: Printed for R. Stafford, 1692) [AmesR,JacobCA].

Ames, Richard [1693], Fatal Friendship; or the Drunkards Misery: Being a Satyr against Hard Drinking. By the Author of The Search after Claret (London: Printed for, and Sold by Randal Taylor [etc.], 1693) [AmesR,FatalFO].

Ames, Richard [1693], The Bacchanalian Sessions; or the Contention of Liquors: with A Farewell to Wine. By the Author of the Search after Claret, &c. To which is added A Satyrical Poem on one who had injur'd his Memory. By a Friend (London: Printed for E. Hawkins, 1693) [AmesR,BacchSO].

Ames, Richard [1693], The Folly of love. A new satyr against woman. The Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. To which is now added the Bachelors Lettany, by the same hand (London: Printed for E. Hawkins, 1693) [AmesR,FollyOL].

Ames, Richard [1693], The Rake: or, The Libertine's Religion. A Poem (London: Printed for R. Taylor [etc.], 1693) [AmesR,RakeOTL].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1717], An epistle from a Student at Oxford, to the Chevalier. Occasioned by His Removal over the Alps, And the Discovery of the Swedish Conspiracy (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1717) [AmhurN,EpistFA].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1718], A congratulatory epistle from His Holiness the Pope, to The Reverend Dr. Snape. Faithfully Translated from the Latin Original into English Verse. By the Author of Protestant Popery (London: Printed for E. Curll, 1718) [AmhurN,CongrEF].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1718], Protestant popery: or, the convocation. A poem. In Five Cantos (London: Printed for E. Curll, 1718) [AmhurN,ProtePO].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1719], The Protestant Session, a Poem. Addressed to the Right Honourable Earl Stanhope. By a Member of the Constitution - Club at Oxford (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1719) [AmhurN,ProteSA].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1720], A Familiar epistle from Tunbridge - Wells to a gentleman at Oxford. By N. Amhurst (London: Printed for R. Francklin [etc.], 1720) [AmhurN,FamilEF].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1720], An epistle (With a Petition in it) to Sir John Blount, Bart. One of the Directors of the South - Sea Company. By N. Amhurst (London: Printed for R. Francklin [etc.], 1720) [AmhurN,EpistWA].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1720], Strephon's Revenge: A Satire on the Oxford Toasts. The Third Edition Corrected (London: Printed for R. Francklin, 1720) [AmhurN,StrepRA].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1722], The British General; a poem, Sacred to the Memory of his Grace John, Duke of Marlborough. Inscribed to the Right Honourable William, Earl Cadogan. By N. Amhurst (London: Printed for R. Francklin [etc.], 1722) [AmhurN,BritiGA].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1723], [Poems on Several Occasions] ([London]: , [1723]) [AmhurN,PoemsOS].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1724], Oculus Britanniae: An Heroi - Panegyrical poem on the University of Oxford. Illustrated with divers beautiful Similes, and useful Digressions (London: Printed for R. Francklin [etc.], 1724) [AmhurN,OculuBA].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1728], The Resurrection [1728?] (In A re - survey of the Mosaic system of the creation. With rules for the right judging and interpreting of scripture. In two letters to a friend. Translated from the Latin of Dr. Burnet. By Mr. Foxton ([London]: , [1728?])) [AmhurN,Resur1].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1728], The Twickenham Hotch - Potch, For the Use of the Rev. Dr. Swift, Alexander Pope, Esq.; and Company. Being a sequel to the Beggars Opera, &c. Containing, I. The State of Poetry, and Fate of Poets, in the Reign of King Charles IId. II. Seriousities and Comicalities, by Peter Henning, a Dutchman. III. Two Dozen of Infallible Maxims, for Court and City. IV. The Present War among Authors, viz. Swift, Pope, Theobald, Rolli, Voltaire, Parson B---dy, and Mr. Ozell. V. The Rival Actresses, viz. Mrs. O---d, Mrs. P---r, Mrs. B---h, Miss Y---ger and Miss Polly Peachum. VI. A Poetical Catalogue of Polly Peachum's Gallants. VII. An Epistle from Signora F---na to a Lady. VIII. A True Copy of Polly Peachum's Opera. Also, her Panegyrick. Written by Caleb D'Anvers (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1728) [AmhurN,TwickHP].

Amhurst, Nicholas [1731], A collection of poems on Several Occasions; Publish'd in the Craftsman. By Caleb D'Anvers of Gray's Inn, Esq (London: Printed for R. Francklin [etc.], 1731) [AmhurN,ColleOP].

Anderson, Alexander [1873], A Song of Labour and Other Poems. By Alexander Anderson (Dundee: Printed at the Advertiser Office, 1873) [AnderA,SongOLA].

Anderson, Alexander [1875], The Two Angels and Other Poems. By Alexander Anderson ... with an Introductory Sketch by Rev. George Gilfillan (London; Edinburgh; Glasgow: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co.; John Menzies, 1875) [AnderA,TwoAAOP].

Anderson, Alexander [1878], Songs of the Rail: By Alexander Anderson (London; Edinburgh: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co.; John Menzies, 1878) [AnderA,SongsOT].

Anderson, Alexander [1879], Ballads and Sonnets. By Alexander Anderson. ("Surfaceman") (London: Macmillan, 1879) [AnderA,BallaAS].

Anderson, Alexander [1912], Later Poems of Alexander Anderson, "Surfaceman": Edited with a Biographical Sketch, by Alexander Brown: A New Edition (Glasgow; Dalbeattie: Fraser, Asher & Co., 1912) [AnderA,LaterPO].

Anderson, Robert [1798], Poems on various subjects. By R. Anderson (Carlisle: Printed by J. Mitchell, for the Author, And sold by W. Clarke [etc.], 1798) [AnderR,PoemsOV].

Anderson, Robert [1820], The Poetical Works of Robert Anderson (Carlisle: Printed and Sold by B. Scott, 1820) [AnderR,PoetiWO].

Anderson, Robert [1834], Ballads in the Cumberland dialect, by R. Anderson, with notes and a glossary, and a biographical sketch of the author (London; Edinburgh: Simpkin and Marshall; Oliver and Boyd, 1834) [AnderR,BallaIT].

Anderson, Robert [1866], The songs and ballads of Cumberland, to which are added dialect and other poems; With biographical sketches, notes, and glossary. Edited by Sidney Gilpin (London; Edinburgh: Geo. Routledge and Sons; John Menzies, 1866) [AnderR,SongsAB].

Andrewes, John [1615], The Anatomie of Basenesse. Or The foure quarters of a Knaue; Flatterie, Ingratitude, Enuie, Detraction (London: Imprinted ... for Richard Redmer [etc.], 1615) [AndreJ,AnatoOB].

Anglo - Saxon Poetry [1902], The Vercelli Book: Edited by George Philip Krapp (London: George Routledge, [1902]) [AngloSP,VerceBE].

Anglo - Saxon Poetry [1931], The Junius Manuscript: Edited by George Philip Krapp (London: George Routledge, [1931]) [AngloSP,JuniuME].

Anglo - Saxon Poetry [1932], The Paris Psalter and The Meters of Boethius: Edited by George Philip Krapp (London: George Routledge, [1932]) [AngloSP,ParisPA].

Anglo - Saxon Poetry [1936], The Exeter Book: Edited by George Philip Krapp ... and Elliott Van Kirk Dobbie (London; New York: George Routledge & Sons; Columbia University Press, 1936) [AngloSP,ExeteBE].

Anglo - Saxon Poetry [1942], The Anglo Saxon Minor Poems: Edited by Elliott Van Kirk Dobbie (London: George Routledge & Sons, 1942) [AngloSP,AngloSM].

Anglo - Saxon Poetry [1953], Beowulf and Judith: Edited by Elliott Van Kirk Dobbie (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, [1953]) [AngloSP,BeowuAJ].

Anster, John [1815], Ode to fancy; with other poems. By John Martin Anster (Dublin: Printed by Richard Milliken [etc.], 1815) [AnsteJ,OdeTFWO].

Anster, John [1819], Poems. With some Translations from the German. By John Anster (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood; T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1819) [AnsteJ,PoemsWS].

Anster, John [1837], Xeniola. Poems, including Translations from Schiller and De la Motte Fouqué. By John Anster (Dublin; London: Milliken and Son; Longman, Rees, Orme, and Co., 1837) [AnsteJ,XenioPI].

Anstey, Christopher [1773], Ode on an evening view of the crescent at Bath. Inscribed to the Rev. Sir Peter Rivers Gay [etc.] (London; Bath: Printed for the author and sold by J. Dodsley [etc.]; Frederick and Tennent [etc.], 1773) [AnsteC,OdeOAEV].

Anstey, Christopher [1774], The Priest Dissected: A Poem, Addressed to the Rev. Mr. ---, Author of Regulus, Toby, Caesar, And other Satirical Pieces in the Public Papers. By the author of the New Bath Guide. Canto I. The Second Edition (Bath: Printed by S. Hazard; And sold by Dodsley ... Wilkie ... Fletcher and Hodson ... Frederick, Tennent and Hazard, 1774) [AnsteC,PriesDA].

Anstey, Christopher [1795], The monopolist; or the installation of Sir John Barleycorn, Knight: a poetical tale. Addressed to servant maids (Bath: Printed by S. Hazard: for T. Cadell Junr. and W. Davies, (sucessors to Mr. Cadell) [etc.], 1795) [AnsteC,MonopOT].

Anstey, Christopher [1800], Contentment; or Hints to Servants On the Present Scarcity. A poetical epistle (Bath; London: S. Hazard [etc.]; Printed for Cadell and Davies, 1800) [AnsteC,ConteOH].

Anstey, Christopher [1808], The Poetical Works of the late Christopher Anstey, With Some Account of the Life and Writings of the Author, By his son, John Anstey (London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies ... By W. Bulmer and Co. [etc.], 1808) [AnsteC,PoetiWO].

Anton, Robert [1616], The philosophers satyrs, written by M. Robert Anton (London: Printed by T. C. and B. A. for Roger Iackson [etc.], 1616) [AntonR,PhiloSW].

Armin, Robert [1600], Qvips vpon qvestions, or, A Clownes conceite on occasion offered. bewraying a morrallised metamorphoses of changes vpon interrogatories: shewing a litle wit, with a great deale of will; or in deed, more desirous to please in it, then to profite by it. Clapt vp by a Clowne of the towne in this last restraint, hauing litle else to doe, to make a litle vse of his fickle Muse, and carelesse of carping. By Clunnyco de Curtanio Snuffe (London: Imprinted ... by W. White for William Ferbrand [etc.], 1600) [ArminR,QvipsVQ].

Armin, Robert [1609], The Italian Taylor, and his Boy. By Robert Armin (London: Printed for T. P., 1609) [ArminR,ItaliTA].

Armstrong, John [1761], A Day: An Epistle to John Wilkes (London: Printed for A. Millar [etc.], 1761) [ArmstJ,DayAETJ].

Armstrong, John [1770], Miscellanies; By John Armstrong ... In Two Volumes (London: Printed for T. Cadell [etc.], 1770) [ArmstJ,MisceBJ].

Armstrong, John [1777], The oeconomy of love: a poetical essay (London: , 1777) [ArmstJ,OeconOL].

Arnold, Cornelius [1757], Poems on Several Occasions. By C. Arnold (London: , 1757) [ArnolC,PoemsOS].

Arnold, Matthew [1840], Alaric at Rome. A Prize Poem, recited in Rugby School, June XII, MDCCCXL (Rugby: Combe and Crossley, 1840) [ArnolM,AlariAR].

Arnold, Matthew [1885], Poems by Matthew Arnold (London: Macmillan and Co., 1885) [ArnolM,PoemsBM].

Arnold, Matthew [1898], Poetical works of Matthew Arnold (London: Macmillan and Co., 1898) [ArnolM,PoetiWO].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1853], Poems: Narrative and Lyrical: By Edwin Arnold (Oxford: Francis MacPherson, 1853) [ArnolSE,PoemsNA].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1855], Griselda: A Tragedy: And Other Poems. By Edwin Arnold (London: David Bogue, 1855) [ArnolSE,GriseAT].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1879], The Light of Asia or The Great Renunciation (Mahâbhinishkramana). Being The Life and Teaching of Gautama, Prince of India and Founder of Buddhism (As Told in Verse by an Indian Buddhist). By Edwin Arnold (London: Trübner & Co., 1879) [ArnolSE,LightOA].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1880], Poems. By Edwin Arnold ... With a preface written for this edition by the author (Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1880) [ArnolSE,PoemsBE].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1883], Pearls of the Faith or Islam's Rosary: Being The Ninety - Nine Beautiful Names of Allah (Asmâ - El - Husnâ): With Comments in Verse from Various Oriental Sources (As Made by an Indian Mussulman): By Edwin Arnold (London: Trübner & Co., 1883) [ArnolSE,PearlOT].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1885], The Secret of Death [From the Sanskrit]: With Some Collected Poems: By Edwin Arnold ... Third Edition (London: Trübner & Co., 1885) [ArnolSE,SecreOD].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1887], Lotus and Jewel: Containing "In an Indian Temple", "A Casket of Gems", "A Queen's Revenge": With Other Poems: By Edwin Arnold (London: Trübner & Co., 1887) [ArnolSE,LotusAJ].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1888], Poems national and non - oriental [with some new pieces]: Selected from the works of Sir Edwin Arnold (London: Trübner, 1888) [ArnolSE,PoemsNA].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1888], With Sa'di in the Garden: or The Book of Love: Being The "Ishk" or Third Chapter of The "Bostân" of the Persian Poet Sa'di: Embodied in a Dialogue Held in the Garden of The Taj Mahal, at Agra: By Sir Edwin Arnold (London: Trübner & Co., 1888) [ArnolSE,WithSIT].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1889], In My Lady's Praise: Being Poems, Old and New: Written to the Honour of Fanny, Lady Arnold and Now Collected for her Memory: By Sir Edwin Arnold (London: Trübner & Co., 1889) [ArnolSE,InMLPBP].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1891], The Light of the World or The Great Consummation: By Sir Edwin Arnold (London: Longmans, Green, & Co., 1891) [ArnolSE,LightOT].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1892], Potiphar's Wife and Other Poems: By Sir Edwin Arnold (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1892) [ArnolSE,PotipWA].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1895], The Tenth Muse: And other poems: By Sir Edwin Arnold (London; New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1895) [ArnolSE,TenthMA].

Arnold, Sir Edwin [1901], The Voyage of Ithobal: By Sir Edwin Arnold (London: John Murray, 1901) [ArnolSE,VoyagOI].

Arthington, Henry [1592], The Sedvction of Arthington by Hacket especiallie, with some tokens of his vnfained repentance and Submission. Written by the said Henrie Arthington, the third person, in that wofull Tragedie ([London]: Printed by R. B. for Thomas Man [etc.], [1592]) [ArthiH,SedvcOA].

Arthington, Henry [1607], Principall Points of holy profession, touching these three estates of Mankind. 1. Their Creation. 2. Their Subuersion. 3. Their restoration. Wherein 1. Gods Mercifulnesse. 2. Satans maliciousnesse. 3. And mans weaknesse Is made manifesto: Composed in verse by H. A. G. (London: Printed ... for Tho. Pauyer [etc.], 1607) [ArthiH,PrincPO].

Arwaker, Edmund [1684], An Elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth Duchess of Ormond, Who died July the 21st 1684. By E. A. (London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1684) [ArwakE,ElegyOH].

Arwaker, Edmund [1685], The Second Part of the Vision, a Pindarick Ode: Occasioned by Their Majesties Happy Coronation. By Edm. Arwaker (London: Printed by J. Playford for Henry Playford, 1685) [ArwakE,SeconPO].

Arwaker, Edmund [1685], The Vision: A Pindarick Ode: Occasion'd by the Death Of Our Late Gracious Sovereign King Charles II. By Edm. Arwaker (London: Printed by J. Playford, for Henry Playford [etc.], 1685) [ArwakE,VisioAP].

Arwaker, Edmund [1686], Fons Perennis. A Poem On the Excellent and Useful Invention of Making Sea - Water Fresh. Humbly Dedicated to the King's most Sacred Majesty. By Edm. Arwaker (London: Printed for Henry Bonwicke [etc.], 1686) [ArwakE,FonsPAP].

Arwaker, Edmund [1688], A Poem Humbly Dedicated to the Queen, On the Occasion of Her Majesty's Happy Conception. By Edm. Arwaker (London: Printed for Randal Taylor [etc.], 1688) [ArwakE,PoemHDT].

Arwaker, Edmund [1689], A Votive Table, Consecrated To the Church's Deliverers, The Present King and Queen. By Edm. Arwaker (London: Printed for W. Canning [etc.], 1689) [ArwakE,VotivTC].

Arwaker, Edmund [1689], The Apparition or, The Genius of Ireland: Complaining of Her Present Misery, and Imploring Speedy Relief from England. Dedicated to Duke Schonberg. Written by Edm. Arwaker (London: Printed for R. Bentley, and are to be sold by R. Baldwin, 1689) [ArwakE,ApparOT].

Arwaker, Edmund [1694], An Elegy On His Excellency Lieutenant - General Tolmach, By Edm. Arwaker (London: Francis Saunders, 1694) [ArwakE,ElegyOH].

Arwaker, Edmund [1694], An Epistle to Monsieur Boileau, Inviting his Muse to forsake the French Interest, And celebrate the King of England. By Edm. Arwaker (London: Printed by Tho. Warren for Francis Saunders, 1694) [ArwakE,EpistTM].

Arwaker, Edmund [1695], A Pindaric Ode upon our Late Soveraign Lady of Blessed Memory, Queen Mary: By Edmund Arwaker (London: , 1695) [ArwakE,PindaOU].

Arwaker, Edmund [1704], An Embassy from Heav'n: or, the Ghost of Queen Mary. A Poem. By Mr. Edmund Arwaker (London: Printed for, and Sold by S. Malthus [etc.], 1704) [ArwakE,EmbasFH].

Arwaker, Edmund [1705], The Birth - Night. A Pastoral. By Mr. Arwaker (London: Printed for H. Bonwicke at the Red - Lion in St. Paul's Church - yard, 1705) [ArwakE,BirthNA].

Arwaker, Edmund [1708], Select Fables (1708) (In Truth in Fiction: Or, Morality in Masquerade. A Collection of Two hundred twenty five Select Fables of Aesop, and other Authors. Done into English Verse. By Edmund Arwaker (London: J. Churchill, 1708)) [ArwakE,SelecF1].

Arwaker, Edmund [1712], Pia Desideria: or, Divine Addresses, In Three Books. Illustrated with XLVII. Copper - Plates. Written in Latin by Herm. Hugo. Englished by Edm. Arwaker ... The Fourth Edition, Corrected (London: Printed for R. and J. Bonwicke [etc.], 1712) [ArwakE,PiaDODA].

Ashby, George [1899], George Ashby's Poems. Edited from Two 15th Century MSS. at Cambridge by Mary Bateson (London: The Early English Text Society; Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1899) [AshbyG,GeorgAP].

Ashmore, John [1621], Certain Selected Odes Of Horace, Englished; and their Arguments annexed. With Poems (Antient and Modern) of diuers Subjects, Translated. Whereunto are added, both in Latin and English, sundry new Epigrammes. Anagrammes. Epitaphes (London: Printed by H. L. for Richard Moore, 1621) [AshmoJ,CertaSO].

Aske, James [1588], Elizabetha triumphans. Conteyning the damned practizes, that the diuelish Popes have used euer sithence her Highnesse first comming to the Crowne, by mouing her wicked and traiterous subiects to rebellion and conspiracies ... With a declaration of the manner how her Excellency was entertained at Tilbery in Essex: and of the ouerthrow had against the Spanish fleete: briefly, truly, and effectually set foorth, declared, and handled by I. A. (London: Printed by Thomas Orwin, for Thomas Gubbin and Thomas Newman, 1588) [AskeJ,ElizaTC].

Atherstone, Edwin [1821], The Last Days of Herculaneum; And Abradates and Panthea: Poems by Edwin Atherstone (London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1821) [AtherE,LastDOH].

Atherstone, Edwin [1824], A Midsummer Day's Dream. A Poem. By Edwin Atherstone (London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1824) [AtherE,MidsuDD].

Atherstone, Edwin [1861], Israel in Egypt: A Poem. By Edwin Atherstone (London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861) [AtherE,IsraeIE].

Atherstone, Edwin [1868], The fall of Nineveh. A poem by Edwin Atherstone. Second edition: diligently corrected, and otherwise improved. In two volumes (London: Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer, 1868) [AtherE,FallONA].

Audelay, John [1931], The poems of John Audelay: Edited with introduction, notes and glossary (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1931) [AudelJ,PoemsOJ].

Austin, Alfred [1869], The Season: A Satire. By Alfred Austin ... New and revised edition (Being the third.) (London: John Camden Hotten, 1869) [AustiA,SeasoAS].

Austin, Alfred [1871], The Golden Age: A Satire. By Alfred Austin (London: Chapman and Hall, 1871) [AustiA,GoldeAA].

Austin, Alfred [1872], Interludes: By Alfred Austin (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1872) [AustiA,InterBA].

Austin, Alfred [1874], The Tower of Babel: A Poetical Drama: By Alfred Austin (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1874) [AustiA,TowerOB].

Austin, Alfred [1877], Leszko The Bastard: A Tale of Polish Grief. By Alfred Austin (London: Chapman and Hall, 1877) [AustiA,LeszkTB].

Austin, Alfred [1881], Savonarola: A Tragedy: By Alfred Austin (London: Macmillan, 1881) [AustiA,SavonAT].

Austin, Alfred [1882], Soliloquies in Song. By Alfred Austin (London: Macmillan, 1882) [AustiA,SolilIS].

Austin, Alfred [1885], At the Gate of the Convent and Other Poems: By Alfred Austin (London: Macmillan, 1885) [AustiA,AtTGOTC].

Austin, Alfred [1887], Prince Lucifer: By Alfred Austin (London; New York: Macmillan, 1887) [AustiA,PrincLB].

Austin, Alfred [1889], Love's widowhood: And other poems: By Alfred Austin (London; New York: Macmillan and Co., 1889) [AustiA,LovesWA].

Austin, Alfred [1891], Lyrical Poems by Alfred Austin (London; New York: Macmillan, 1891) [AustiA,LyricPB].

Austin, Alfred [1891], Narrative Poems by Alfred Austin (London; New York: Macmillan and Co., 1891) [AustiA,NarraPB].

Austin, Alfred [1891], The human tragedy by Alfred Austin: fourth edition (London; New York: Macmillan and Co., 1891) [AustiA,HumanTB].

Austin, Alfred [1895], In Veronica's Garden: By Alfred Austin: With Fourteen Illustrations (London; New York: Macmillan and Co., 1895) [AustiA,InVGBAA].

Austin, Alfred [1897], The Conversion of Winckelmann and Other Poems. By Alfred Austin (London: Macmillan, 1897) [AustiA,ConveOW].

Austin, Alfred [1897], Victoria: June 20, 1837: June 20, 1897: By Alfred Austin (London; New York: Macmillan and Co.; The Macmillan Company, 1897) [AustiA,VictoJ2].

Austin, Alfred [1898], Lamia's Winter - Quarters: By Alfred Austin ... With Ten Illustrations (London: Macmillan, 1898) [AustiA,LamiaWQ].

Austin, Alfred [1900], Songs of England by Alfred Austin ... New and Enlarged Edition (London; New York: Macmillan, 1900) [AustiA,SongsOE].

Austin, Alfred [1901], Alfred the Great: England's darling: By Alfred Austin ... Fifth edition (London; New York: Macmillan and Co.; The Macmillan Company, 1901) [AustiA,AlfreTG].

Austin, Alfred [1902], A Tale of True Love and Other Poems By Alfred Austin (London: Macmillan and Co., 1902) [AustiA,TaleOTL].

Austin, Alfred [1906], The Door of Humility: By Alfred Austin (London; New York: Macmillan and Co.; The Macmillan Company, 1906) [AustiA,DoorOHB].

Austin, Alfred [1908], Sacred and profane love and other poems: By Alfred Austin (London: Macmillan and Co., 1908) [AustiA,SacreAP].

Austin, John [1668], Devotions In The Ancient Way Of Offices: With Psalms, Hymns, and Prayers; for every day in the Week, and every Holiday in the Year (Paris: , 1668) [AustiJ,DevotIT].

Avale, Lemeke [1569], A Commemoration or Dirige of Bastarde Edmonde Boner, alias Sauage, usurped Bisshoppe of London. Compiled by Lemeke Avale ([London]: Imprinted by P. O., 1569) [AvaleL,CommeOD].

Averell, William [1581], An excellent Historie bothe pithy and pleasant, Discoursing On the life and death of Charles and Iulia, two Brittish, or rather Welshe louers. No lesse delightfull for varietie, then tragicall in their miserie, not hurtfull to youthe, nor vnprofitable to age, but commodious to bothe. By W. A. (London: Imprinted ... for Edward White [etc.], 1581) [AvereW,ExcelHB].

Aylett, Robert [1622], Peace With Her Fovre Garders. Viz. Fiue Morall Meditations: Of Concord, Chastitie, Constancie. Courtesie. Grauitie (London: Printed for Iohn Teage [etc.], 1622) [AyletR,PeaceWH].

Aylett, Robert [1622], Thrifts Eqvipage: Viz. Fiue Diuine and Morall Meditations, of 1. Frugalitie. 2. Prouidence. 3. Diligence. 4. Labour and Care. 5. Death (London: Printed for Iohn Teage [etc.], 1622) [AyletR,ThrifEV].

Aylett, Robert [1623], Ioseph, or, Pharoah's Favovrite (London: Printed by B. A. for Matthew Law [etc.], 1623) [AyletR,IosepOP].

Aylett, Robert [1638], [David, King of Israel. Davids] Troubles Remembered (London: Printed by Richard Hodgkinsonne, and are to be sold by Daniel Frere [etc.], 1638) [AyletR,DavidKO].

Aylett, Robert [1653], A vvife, not ready made, but bespoken, by Dicus the Batchelor, and made up for him by his fellow Shepheard Tityrus. In four Pastorall Eglogues. The second Edition: Wherein are some things added but nothing amended (London: Printed for A. R., 1653) [AyletR,VvifeNR].

Aylett, Robert [1654], Divine, And Moral Speculations in Metrical Numbers, Upon Various Subjects. By Doctor R. Aylet (London: Printed for Abel Roper [etc.], 1654) [AyletR,DivinAM].

Aylett, Robert [1655], Devotions, Viz. 1 A Good Womans 2 The humble Mans prayer. By R. A. (London: Printed by T. M. for Abel Roper [etc.], 1655) [AyletR,DevotV1].

Ayres, Philip [1683], Emblems of Love, In four Languages. Dedicated to the Ladys by Ph: Ayres (London: Printed & Sold by Hen: Overton [etc.], [1683]) [AyresP,EmbleOL].

Ayres, Philip [1687], Lyric Poems, Made in Imitation of the Italians. Of which, many are Translations From other Languages ... By Philip Ayres (London: Printed by J. M. for Jos. Knight and F. Saunders [etc.], 1687) [AyresP,LyricPM].

Ayton, Robert [1963], The English and Latin Poems of Sir Robert Ayton: Edited by Charles B. Gullans (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1963) [AytonR,EngliAL].

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune [1832], Poland, Homer, and Other Poems (London; Edinburgh: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman; Adam Black, 1832) [AytouWE,PolanHA].

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune [1849], The Book of Ballads. Edited by Bon Gaultier [i.e. W. E. Aytoun and Theodore Martin]. A New Edition, with Several New Ballads. Illustrated by Alfred Crowquill, Richard Doyle and John Leech (London: Wm. S. Orr, and Co., [1849]) [AytouWE,BookOBE].

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune [1858], Bothwell: A Poem In Six Parts: By William Edmondstoune Aytoun: Third Edition, Revised (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1858) [AytouWE,BothwAP].

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune [1863], Lays of the Scottish cavaliers and other poems: By William Edmondstoune Aytoun ... Fourteenth edition (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1863) [AytouWE,LaysOTS].

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune [1867], Memoir of William Edmondstoune Aytoun by Theodore Martin (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1867) [AytouWE,MemoiOW].

Bacon, Phanuel [1722], The Kite. An Heroi - Comical Poem. In Three Canto's (Oxford: Printed by L. Lichfield, 1722) [BaconP,KiteAHC].

Bacon, Phanuel [1764], The Oxford Sausage: or, Select Poetical Pieces, Written by the most Celebrated Wits of The University of Oxford. Adorned with Cuts, Engraved in a New Taste, and Designed by the Best Masters (London: Printed for J. Fletcher and Co. [etc.], 1764) [BaconP,OxforSO].

Bacon, Sir Nicholas [1919], The Recreations of his Age: By Sir Nicholas Bacon (Oxford: Daniel, 1919) [BaconSN,RecreOH].

Bailey, Philip James [1850], The Angel World and Other Poems. By Philip James Bailey (London: W. Pickering, 1850) [BailePJ,AngelWA].

Bailey, Philip James [1855], The Mystic and Other Poems. By Philip James Bailey (London: Chapman and Hall, 1855) [BailePJ,MystiAO].

Bailey, Philip James [1858], The Age; A Colloquial Satire. By Philip James Bailey (London: Chapman and Hall, 1858) [BailePJ,AgeACSB].

Bailey, Philip James [1867], Universal Hymn. By Philip James Bailey (London: Bell and Daldy, 1867) [BailePJ,UniveHB].

Bailey, Philip James [1877], Festus: A poem (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1877) [BailePJ,FestuAP].

Bailey, Philip James [1878], Nottingham Castle. An ode, historical and traditionary, by Philip James Bailey, on the opening of the castle as a permanent art museum. Written at the request of the Mayor and Corporation of the Borough of Nottingham (Nottingham: T. Forman and Sons, 1878) [BailePJ,NottiCA].

Bailey, Philip James [1883], Causa Britannica: A poem in Latin hexameters with English paraphrase in free heroic verse. By P. J. Bailey (Ilfracombe: Milligan & Co., [1883]) [BailePJ,CausaBA].

Baillie, Joanna [1851], The Dramatic and Poetical Works of Joanna Baillie. Complete in One Volume (London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1851) [BaillJ,DramaAP].

Baker, Daniel [1697], Poems upon Several Occasions. By Daniel Baker (London: Printed for J. Jones [etc.], 1697) [BakerD,PoemsUS].

Baker, Daniel [1706], The History of Job: A Sacred Poem. In Five Books. By Daniel Baker (London: Printed for Robert Clavel [etc.], 1706) [BakerD,HistoOJ].

Baker, Henry [1725], Original Poems: Serious and Humourous. By Mr. Henry Baker (London: Printed for the Author, 1725) [BakerH,OrigiPS].

Baker, Henry [1726], The Second Part of Original Poems: Serious and Humorous. By Mr. Henry Baker (London: Printed for the author; and sold by J. Parker ... T. Wotton, and T. Worral ... R. Franklin ... J. Brotherton ... and J.Roberts, 1726) [BakerH,SeconPO].

Baker, Henry [1737], Medulla Poetarum Romanorum: Or, the Most Beautiful and Instructive Passages of the Roman Poets. Being a Collection, (Disposed under proper Heads,) Of such Descriptions, Allusions, Comparisons, Characters, and Sentiments, as may best serve to shew the Religion, Learning, Politicks, Arts, Customs, Opinions, Manners, and Circumstances of the Antients. With Translations of the same in English Verse. By Mr. Henry Baker (London: , 1737) [BakerH,MedulPR].

Baker, Henry [1746], The Universe. A Philosophical Poem. Intended to Restrain the Pride of Man. By Henry Baker. The Second Edition (London: Printed for J. Worrall, 1746) [BakerH,UniveAP].

Baker, Robert [1589], The first voyage of Robert Baker to Guinie, with the Minion, and Primrose, set out in October, 1562 ... The second voyage to Guinie, and the river of Selto, set out in the Moneth of Nouember 1563 ... and written in verse by the foresaid Robert Baker [1589] (In The Principall navigations, voiages and discoveries of the English nation, made by sea or ouer land, to the most remote and farthest distant quarters of the Earth at any time within the compasse of these 1500 yeeres: deuided into three severall parts, according to the positions of the regions whereunto they were directed (London: Imprinted ... by George Bishop and Ralph Newberie [etc.], 1589)) [BakerR,FirstVO].

Baldwin, William [1547], Introductory poem to A brefe treatise of Phisick (1547) (In A uery brefe treatise, ordrely declaring the pricipal partes of phisick, that is to saye: Thynges natural. Thynges not naturall. Thynges agaynst nature. Gathered, and sette forth by Christopher Langton ([London]: , 1547)) [BaldwW,IntroPT].

Baldwin, William [1549], The canticles or Balades of Salomon, phraselyke declared in Englysh Metres, by William Baldwin ([London]: , 1549) [BaldwW,CantiOB].

Baldwin, William [1560], The funeralles of King Edward the sixt. VVherin are declared the causers and causes of his death ([London]: [T. Marshe], [1560]) [BaldwW,FunerOK].

Baldwin, William [1564], A treatyce of Moral philosophy containing the sayinges of the wise. Wherein you maye see the worthye and pithye sayinges of ye Philosophers, Emperors, kinges, and oratours, of their liues, their aunswers, of what lignage they came of, and of what coutrey they were, whose worthy and notable preseptes, counsailes parables and semblables doth hereafter folow: First gathered and englished by Willia Baldwin, after that, twise augmented by Thomas Paulfreyman ... & now once againe enlarged by the first aucthor (London: Imprinted ... by Rycharde Tottill, 1564) [BaldwW,TreatOM].

Baldwin, William [1584], A marvelous history intitulede, Beware the cat. Conteynyng diuerse wounderfull and incredible matters. Very pleasant and mery to read (London: Imprinted ... by Edward Allde, [1584]) [BaldwW,MarveHI].

Bale, John [1548], An answere to a papystycall exhortacyon, pretendynge to auoyde false doctryne, under that colour to maynteyne the same ([Antwerp]: [S. Mierdman], [c.1548]) [BaleJ,AnsweTA].

Bampfylde, John Codrington [1778], Sixteen Sonnets (London: Printed by J. Millidge; And Sold by D. Prince, of Oxford [etc.], 1778) [BampfJC,SixteS].

Bancroft, Thomas [1633], The Glvttons Feaver. VVritten by Thomas Bancroft (London: Printed by Iohn Norton for William Cooke [etc.], 1633) [BancrT,GlvttFV].

Bancroft, Thomas [1639], Two bookes of epigrammes, and epitaphs. Dedicated to two top - branches of gentry: Sir Charles Shirley, Baronet, and William Davenport, Esquire. Written by Thomas Bancroft (London: Printed by I. Okes, for Matthew Walbancke [etc.], 1639) [BancrT,TwoBOEA].

Bancroft, Thomas [1649], To the Noble Lord Hastings (1649) (In Lachrymae Musarum; The Tears of the Muses: Exprest in Elegies; Written By divers persons of Nobility and Worth, Upon the death of the most hopefull, Henry Lord Hastings, Onely Sonn of the Right Honourable Ferdinando Earl of Huntingdon Heir - generall of the high - born Prince George Duke of Clarence, Brother to King Edward the fourth. Collected and set forth by R. B. (London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 1649)) [BancrT,ToTNLH1].

Bancroft, Thomas [1658], The Heroical Lover: or Antheon & Fidelta. A Poem Written by Thomas Bancroft (London: Printed by W. G. and are to be sold by Isaac Pridmore [etc.], 1658) [BancrT,HeroiLO].

Banester, Gilbert [1937], Early English Versions of the Tales of Guiscardo and Ghismonda and Titus and Gissipus from The Decameron: Edited by Herbert G. Wright (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford: Oxford University Press, 1937) [BanesG,EarlyEV].

Banim, John [1821], The Celt's Paradise: In Four Duans. By John Banim (London: John Warren, 1821) [BanimJ,CeltsPI].

Banim, John [1831], Chaunt of The Cholera. Songs for Ireland. By the Authors of "The O'Hara Tales," "The Smuggler," &c. (London: James Cochrane and Co., 1831) [BanimJ,ChaunOT].

Banquet of Dainties, The [1566], The Banquett of Dainties: for all suche gestes that loue moderatt Dyate (London: Imprinted by Thomas Hacket, [1566?]) [BanquOD,BanquOD].

Barber, Mary [1735], Poems on Several Occasions (London: Printed for C. Rivington, 1735) [BarbeM,PoemsOS].

Barbour, John [1920], The buik of Alexander: Or the buik of the most noble and valiant conquerour Alexander the Grit: By John Barbour ... Edited in four volumes, from the unique printed copy in the possession of the Earl of Dalhousie, with introductions, notes and glossary, together with the French originals (Li Fuerres de Gadres and Les Voeux du Paon) collated with numerous mss.: By R. L. Graeme Ritchie (Edinburgh; London: [For The Scottish Text Society by] William Blackwood and Sons, 1920 - 1929) [BarboJ,BuikOAO].

Barbour, John [1980], Barbour's Bruce: Edited by Matthew P. McDiarmid: James A. C. Stevenson (Edinburgh: The Scottish Text Society, 1980 - 1986) [BarboJ,BarboBE].

Barclay, Alexander [1505], Here begynneth the castell of laboure ([London]: Imprinted be ... Richarde Pynson, [1505]) [BarclA,HereBTC].

Barclay, Alexander [1509], The shyppe of fooles ([London]: Wynkyn de Worde, [1509]) [BarclA,ShyppOF].

Barclay, Alexander [1523], Here begynnyth a treatyse intitulyd the myrrour of good maners conteynynge the .iiii. vertues callyd cardynall compyled in latyn by Domynike Mancyn: And translate into englysshe at the desyre of syr Gyles Alyngton knyght by Alexander Bercley ([London]: Richard Pynson, [1523]) [BarclA,HereBAT].

Barclay, Alexander [1928], The Eclogues of Alexander Barclay: From the original edition by John Cawood: Edited with an introduction and notes by Beatrice White (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1928) [BarclA,EclogOA].

Barclay, Alexander [1955], The Life of St. George: By Alexander Barclay: Edited by William Nelson (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1955) [BarclA,LifeOSG].

Barham, Richard Harris [1840], The Ingoldsby Legends, or, Mirth and Marvels. By Thomas Ingoldsby (London: Richard Bentley, 1840) [BarhaRH,IngolLO].

Barham, Richard Harris [1881], The Ingoldsby Lyrics. By Thomas Ingoldsby ... Edited by his Son (London: Richard Bentley, 1881) [BarhaRH,IngolLB].

Barker, Jane [1688], Poetical Recreations: Consisting of Original Poems, Songs, Odes etc; With several New Translations. In Two Parts: Part I. Occasionally written by Mrs. Jane Barker. Part II. By Several Gentlemen of the Universities, and Others (London: Benjamin Crayle, 1688) [BarkeJ,PoetiRC].

Barksted, William [1607], Mirrha the Mother of Adonis: Or Lustes Prodegies. By William Barksted. Whereunto are added certaine Eglogs. By L. M. (London: Printed by E. A. for Iohn Bache [etc.], 1607) [BarksW,MirrhTM].

Barksted, William [1611], Hiren: or The faire Greeke: By William Barksted (London: Printed for Roger Barnes [etc.], 1611) [BarksW,HirenOT].

Barksted, William [1617], That Which Seemes Best is Worst. Exprest in a Paraphrastical Transcript of Ivvenals tenth Satyre. Together with the tragicall narration of Virginias death interserted. By W. B. (London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston for Nathanael Newbery [etc.], 1617) [BarksW,ThatWSB].

Barlas, John Evelyn [1884], Poems Lyrical and Dramatic: By Evelyn Douglas (London: Trübner & Co., 1884) [BarlaJE,PoemsLA].

Barlas, John Evelyn [1885], The Queen of the Hid Isle: an Allegory of Life and Art. Love's Perversity; or, Eros and Anteros. A drama. By Evelyn Douglas (London: Trübner & Co., 1885) [BarlaJE,QueenOT].

Barlas, John Evelyn [1887], Bird - Notes, by Evelyn Douglas (Chelmsford: J. H. Clarke, 1887) [BarlaJE,BirdNBE].

Barlas, John Evelyn [1887], Holy of holies: Confessions of an anarchist (Chelmsford: J. H. Clarke, 1887) [BarlaJE,HolyOHC].

Barlas, John Evelyn [1887], Phantasmagoria. "Dream - Fugues," by Evelyn Douglas (Chelmsford: J. H. Clarke, 1887) [BarlaJE,PhantDF].

Barlas, John Evelyn [1889], Love - Sonnets: by Evelyn Douglas (Chelmsford: Printed by J. H. Clarke, 1889) [BarlaJE,LoveSBE].

Barlas, John Evelyn [1893], Selections from Songs of a Bayadere and Songs of a Troubadour. By Evelyn Douglas (Dundee: James P. Mathew & Co., 1893) [BarlaJE,SelecFS].

Barlow, George [1871], Poems and Sonnets, By George Barlow (London: John Camden Hotten, 1871) [BarloG,PoemsAS].

Barlow, George [1875], Under the dawn. By George Barlow (London: Chatto & Windus, 1875) [BarloG,UnderTD].

Barlow, George [1878], The Marriage Before Death, And Other Poems. By George Barlow (London: Remington and Co., 1878) [BarloG,MarriBD].

Barlow, George [1880], Love - Songs. By George Barlow (London: Remington and Co., 1880) [BarloG,LoveSBG].

Barlow, George [1880], Time's Whisperings: Sonnets and Songs. By George Barlow (London: Remington and Co., 1880) [BarloG,TimesWS].

Barlow, George [1881], Song - bloom. By George Barlow (London: Remington and Co., 1881) [BarloG,SongBBG].

Barlow, George [1882], Song - spray. By George Barlow (London: Remington and Co., 1882) [BarloG,SongSBG].

Barlow, George [1883], An Actor's Reminiscences and Other Poems. By George Barlow (London: Remington, 1883) [BarloG,ActorRA].

Barlow, George [1884], An English Madonna. By James Hinton (London: Remington, 1884) [BarloG,EngliMB].

Barlow, George [1884], Poems Real and Ideal. By George Barlow (London: Remington and Co., 1884) [BarloG,PoemsRA].

Barlow, George [1893], The Crucifixion of Man: A Narrative Poem: By George Barlow (London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co., 1893) [BarloG,CruciOM].

Barlow, George [1902], The Poetical Works of George Barlow: In Ten [Eleven] Volumes (London: Henry J. Glaisher, 1902 - 1914) [BarloG,PoetiWO].

Barlow, Jane [1894], Bog - land Studies. By J. Barlow: 3rd ed. (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1894) [BarloJ,BogLSBJ].

Barlow, Jane [1894], The End of Elfintown: By Jane Barlow: Illustrated by Laurence Housman (London: Macmillan, 1894) [BarloJ,EndOEBJ].

Barlow, Jane [1901], Ghost - bereft: With other stories and studies in verse: By Jane Barlow ([London]: Smith, Elder & Co., 1901) [BarloJ,GhostBW].

Barlow, Jane [1908], The Mockers and other Verses: By Jane Barlow (London: George Allen & Sons, 1908) [BarloJ,MockeAO].

Barlow, Jane [1916], Between Doubting and Daring: Verses by Jane Barlow (Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1916) [BarloJ,BetweDA].

Barlow, William, Bishop of Chichester [1528], Rede me and be nott wrothe for I saye no thynge but trothe ([Strasbourg]; [Antwerp]: , [1528]) [BarloWB,RedeMAB].

Barlow, William, Bishop of Chichester [1530], A proper dyaloge / betwene a Gentillman and a husbandma / eche complaynynge to other their miserable calamite / through the ambicion of the clergye (Marborow: Emprented ... by Hans Luft, 1530) [BarloWB,PropeDB].

Barnes, Barnabe [1593], Parthenophil and Parthenophe. Sonnettes, Madrigals, Elegies and Odes (: [J. Wolf], 1593) [BarneB,ParthAP].

Barnes, Barnabe [1595], A Divine Centvrie of Spirituall Sonnets (London: Printed by Iohn VVindet, 1595) [BarneB,DivinCO].

Barnes, William [1820], Poetical pieces. By William Barnes (Dorchester: Printed by G. Clark [etc.], 1820) [BarneW,PoetiPB].

Barnes, William [1822], Orra: A Lapland tale. By William Barnes. The Wood - Cuts engraved by the Author (Dorchester: Printed by J. Criswick, 1822) [BarneW,OrraALT].

Barnes, William [1846], Poems, partly of rural life, (in national English.) By William Barnes (London: J. R. Smith, 1846) [BarneW,PoemsPO].

Barnes, William [1862], Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect, by William Barnes. Third Collection (London: John Russell Smith, 1862) [BarneW,PoemsOR].

Barnes, William [1863], Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect, by William Barnes. Second Collection. Second Edition (London: John Russell Smith, 1863) [BarneW,PoemsOR].

Barnes, William [1866], Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect, by William Barnes. First Collection. Fourth Edition (London: John Russell Smith, 1866) [BarneW,PoemsOR].

Barnes, William [1868], Poems of Rural Life in Common English: By William Barnes (London: Macmillan, 1868) [BarneW,PoemsOR].

Barnes, William [1870], A Selection from Unpublished Poems, by the Rev. William Barnes (Winterborne Monkton, Dorchester: Published at the school, 1870) [BarneW,SelecFU].

Barnfield, Richard [1594], Greenes Funeralls. By R. B. (London: Printed ... by Iohn Danter [etc.], 1594) [BarnfR,GreenFB].

Barnfield, Richard [1594], The Affectionate Shepheard. Containing the Complaint of Daphnis for the loue of Granymede (London: Printed by Iohn Danter for T. G. and E. N. [etc.], 1594) [BarnfR,AffecSC].

Barnfield, Richard [1595], Cynthia, VVith Certaine Sonnets, and the Legend of Cassandra (London: Printed for Humfrey Lownes [etc.], 1595) [BarnfR,CynthVC].

Barnfield, Richard [1598], The Encomion of Lady Pecunia: Or, The praise of Money. By Richard Barnfield (London: Printed by G. S. for Iohn Iaggard [etc.], 1598) [BarnfR,EncomOL].

Barnfield, Richard [1599], Poems in The Passionate Pilgrime (1599) (In The Passionate Pilgrime. By W. Shakespeare (London: Printed for W. Iaggard, and are to be sold by W. Leake [etc.], 1599)) [BarnfR,PoemsIT].

Barnfield, Richard [1605], Lady Pecunia, or The praise of Money. Also A Combat betwixt Conscience and Couetousnesse. Together with, The complaint of Poetry, for the death of Liberality. Newly corrected and inlarged, by Richard Barnfield (London: Printed by W. I. and are to be sold by Iohn Hodgers [etc.], 1605) [BarnfR,LadyPOT].

Baron, Robert [1647], &grE;&grR;&grO;&grT;&grO;&grP;&grA;&grI;&grG;&grN;&grI;&grO;&grN;: Or the Cyprian Academy. By Robert Baron (London: Printed by W. W. and are to be sold by J. Hardesty, T. Huntington, and T. Jackson [etc.], 1647) [BaronR,GregrOT].

Baron, Robert [1650], Pocula Castalia. The Authors Motto. Fortunes Tennis - Ball. Eliza. Poems. Epigrams. &c. By R. B. (London: Printed by W. H. for Thomas Dring [etc.], 1650) [BaronR,PoculCT].

Barrett, Eaton Stannard [1807], All The Talents; A Satirical Poem, in Three Dialogues. By Polypus: Eighth Edition (London: John Joseph Stockdale, 1807) [BarreES,AllTTAS].

Barrett, Eaton Stannard [1807], All the talents' garland: or, A few rockets let off at a celebrated ministry. Including Elijah's mantle, the Uti Possidetis, and other poems of the same author. By eminent political characters. The third edition, greatly enlarged (London: Printed for John Joseph Stockdale [etc.], 1807) [BarreES,AllTTGO].

Barrett, Eaton Stannard [1807], The Second Titan War Against Heaven; or The Talents Buried under Portland - Isle. A Satirical Poem. By the Author of The Rising Sun (London: Printed for H. Colburn [etc.], 1807) [BarreES,SeconTW].

Barrett, Eaton Stannard [1816], The Talents Run Mad; or, Eighteen Hundred and Sixteen. A Satirical Poem. In Three Dialogues. With Notes. By the Author of `All The Talents' (London: Printed for Henry Colburn [etc.], 1816) [BarreES,TalenRM].

Barrett, Eaton Stannard [1818], Woman, A Poem, By Eaton Stannard Barrett ... Occasional Poems (London: Printed for Henry Colburn [etc.], 1818) [BarreES,WomanAP].

Barton, Bernard [1812], Metrical Effusions, or Verses on Various Occasions (Woodbridge: Printed and Sold by S. Loder ... Sold Also by R. Baldwin, 1812) [BartoB,MetriEO].

Barton, Bernard [1817], The triumph of the Orwell, with a dedicatory sonnet, and prefaratory stanzas (Woodbridge: Printed by Smith and Jarrold, [1817]) [BartoB,TriumOT].

Barton, Bernard [1818], Poems, By An Amateur (London: Printed for the Author, By J. M'Creery [etc.], 1818) [BartoB,PoemsBA].

Barton, Bernard [1818], The convict's appeal (London: Printed and Sold by Darton, Harvey, and Darton, 1818) [BartoB,ConviA].

Barton, Bernard [1822], Verses On the Death of Percy Byssche Shelley; By Bernard Barton (London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1822) [BartoB,VerseOT].

Barton, Bernard [1824], Minor Poems, including Napoleon. By Bernard Barton. Second Edition, with Additions (London: Thomas Boys, 1824) [BartoB,MinorPI].

Barton, Bernard [1824], Poetic Vigils. By Bernard Barton (London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1824) [BartoB,PoetiVB].

Barton, Bernard [1825], Poems by Bernard Barton. Fourth Edition, with Additions (London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1825) [BartoB,PoemsBB].

Barton, Bernard [1826], Devotional Verses; Founded on and Illustrative of select Texts of Scripture (London: Printed for B. J. Holdsworth, 1826) [BartoB,DevotVF].

Barton, Bernard [1827], A Widow's Tale, and Other Poems. By Bernard Barton (London: B. J. Holdsworth, 1827) [BartoB,WidowTA].

Barton, Bernard [1828], A New Year's Eve, and Other Poems. By Bernard Barton (London: John Hatchard and Son, 1828) [BartoB,NewYEAO].

Barton, Bernard [1831], Introductory verses to Bible Letters (1831) (In Bible Letters for Children. By Lucy Barton. With Introductory Verse by Bernard Barton. (London: John Souter, 1831)) [BartoB,IntroVT].

Barton, Bernard [1836], The Reliquary: By Bernard and Lucy Barton. With A Prefatory Appeal for Poetry and Poets (London: John W. Parker, 1836) [BartoB,ReliqBB].

Barton, Bernard [1845], Household Verses. By Bernard Barton (London: George Virtue, 1845) [BartoB,HouseVB].

Barton, Bernard [1846], Sea - Weeds; Gathered at Aldborough, Suffolk: in the Autumn of 1846. By Bernard Barton (Woodbridge: Printed for Private Circulation, 1846) [BartoB,SeaWGAA].

Barton, Bernard [1847], A Memorial of Joseph John Gurney. By Bernard Barton (London: Charles Gilpin [etc.], 1847) [BartoB,MemorOJ].

Barton, Bernard [1848], A brief memorial of Major Edward Moor, F. R. S. by Bernard Barton (Woodbridge: Edward Pite, 1848) [BartoB,BriefMO].

Barton, Bernard [1848], Birth - Day Verses; At Sixty Four. By Bernard Barton (Woodbridge: Printed, Not Published, 1848) [BartoB,BirthDV].

Barton, Bernard [1848], Ichabod! By Bernard Barton (Woodbridge: Printed by Edward Pite, 1848) [BartoB,IchabBB].

Barton, Bernard [1848], On the Signs of the Times (Woodbridge: Edw. Pite, Printer, 1848) [BartoB,OnTSOTT].

Barton, Bernard [1856], Natural History of the Holy Land [1856] (In Natural history of the Holy Land, and other places mentioned in the Bible: By Lucy Barton: With poetical illustrations, original and selected. By Bernard Barton (London: Thomas Allman & Son, [1856])) [BartoB,NaturHO].

Basse, William [1620], Maister Basse his Careere, or The new Hunting of the Hare. To a new Court tune (London: Printed by E. A., [1620]) [BasseW,MaistBH].

Basse, William [1893], The Poetical Works of William Basse (1602 - 1653): Now for the first time collected and edited with introduction and notes by R. Warwick Bond (London: Ellis and Elvey, 1893) [BasseW,PoetiWO].

Bastard, Thomas [1598], Chrestoleros. Seuen bookes of Epigrames written by T. B. (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Bradocke for I. B., 1598) [BastaT,ChresSB].

Bastard, Thomas [1611], A burlesque poem (1611) (In The Odcombian banquet: Dished foorth by Thomas the Coriat, and Serued in by a number of Noble Wits in prayse of his Crudities and Crambe too ([London]: Imprinted for Thomas Thorp, 1611)) [BastaT,BurleP1].

Batman, Stephen [1569], The trauayled Pylgrime, bringing newes from all partes of the worlde, such like scarce harde of before (London: Imprinted ... by Henrie Denham [etc.], 1569) [BatmaS,TrauaPB].

Baxter, Nathaniel [1578], The Lectures or daily Sermons, of that Reuerend Diuine, D. Iohn Caluine, Pastor of the Church of God in Geneua, upon the Prophet Jonas, by N. B. Student in Diuinitie. Whereunto is annexed an excellent exposition of the two last Epistles of S. Iohn, done in Latin by that worthy doctor, August. Marlorate, and englished by the same N. B. (London: Imprinted ... for Edward White [etc.], 1578) [BaxteN,LectuOD].

Baxter, Nathaniel [1606], Sir Philip Sydneys Ouránia, That is, Endimions Song and Tragedie, Containing all Philosophie. Written by N. B. (London: Printed by Ed. Allde, for Edward White [etc.], 1606) [BaxteN,SirPSOT].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1817], Epistles from Bath; Or, Q.'s Letters to His Yorkshire Relations; And Miscellaneous Poems. By Q. In The Corner (Bath: Printed and Sold by Messrs. Meyler and Son ... Sold Also by Messrs. Hoitt ... Messrs. Ollier ... And Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy [etc.], 1817) [BaylyNT,EpistFB].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1818], Parliamentary Letters, and Other Poems. By Q. in the Corner (London; Bath: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy [etc.]; Meyler and Son, 1818) [BaylyNT,ParliLA].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1819], The tribute of a friend. By N. T. H. Bayly (Oxford; Bath: Printed for J. Vincent; Messrs. Barratt and Son, 1819) [BaylyNT,TribuOA].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1820], Mournfull Recollections. By N. T. H. Bayly (Oxford: J. Vincent [etc.], 1820) [BaylyNT,MournRB].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1820], Rough Sketches of Bath, and Other Poems. By Thomas Bayly ... Fifth Edition, with Additions (London; Bath: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy [etc.]; Meyler and Son [etc.]; Barratt [etc.], 1820) [BaylyNT,RoughSO].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1822], Erin, and Other Poems. By Thomas Bayly (Dublin; London: Richard Milliken; Longman, Hurst, and Co., 1822) [BaylyNT,ErinAOP].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1822], Outlines of Edinburgh, and Other Poems (London: W. Anderson, 1822) [BaylyNT,OutliOE].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1829], Fifty lyrical ballads. By Thomas Haynes Bayly (Bath: Printed by Mary Meyler, 1829) [BaylyNT,FiftyLB].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1833], Musings and Prosings: By Thomas Haynes Bayly (Boulogne: Printed by F. Birlé, 1833) [BaylyNT,MusinAP].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1837], Songs and Ballads. By Thomas Haynes Bayly (London: D'Almaine and Co.; Longman, Rees and Co., [1837?]) [BaylyNT,SongsAB].

Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes [1844], Songs, Ballads, and Other Poems, by the late Thomas Haynes Bayly; Edited by his Widow. With A Memoir of the Author. In Two Volumes (London: Richard Bentley, 1844) [BaylyNT,SongsBA].

Beardsley, Aubrey Vincent [1904], Under The Hill And Other Essays In Prose And Verse By Aubrey Beardsley (London; New York: John Lane, 1904) [BeardAV,UnderTH].

Beattie, James [1760], Original poems and translations. By James Beattie (London: Printed; and sold by A. Millar, 1760) [BeattJ,OrigiPA].

Beattie, James [1766], Poems on Several Subjects. By James Beattie ... A new edition, Corrected (London: Printed for W. Johnston [etc.], 1766) [BeattJ,PoemsOS].

Beattie, James [1776], Poems on Several Occasions, By James Beattie (Edinburgh: Printed for W. Creech, 1776) [BeattJ,PoemsOS].

Beaumont, Francis [1602], Salamacis and Hermaphroditvs (London: Imprinted ... for Iohn Hodgets [etc.], 1602) [BeaumF,SalamAH].

Beaumont, Joseph [1880], The complete poems of Dr. Joseph Beaumont ... For the first time collected and edited: With memorial - introduction, notes and illustrations, glossarial index, and portrait &c. by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart ([Blackburn]: Edinburgh University Press, 1880) [BeaumJ,ComplPO].

Beaumont, Joseph [1914], The Minor Poems of Joseph Beaumont ... Edited from the autograph manuscript with introduction and notes by Eloise Robinson (London: Constable, 1914) [BeaumJ,MinorPO].

Beaumont, Sir John [1602], The Metamorphosis of Tabacco (London: Imprinted for Iohn Flasknet [etc.], 1602) [BeaumSJ,MetamOT].

Beaumont, Sir John [1629], Bosworth - field: With a Taste of the Variety of Other Poems, Left by Sir John Beaumont ... Set Forth by his Sonne, Sir Iohn Beaumont ... And dedicated to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie (London: Printed by Felix Kyngston for Henry Scale [etc.], 1629) [BeaumSJ,BoswoFW].

Beaumont, Sir John [1869], The Poems of Sir John Beaumont for the first time collected and edited: With memorial - introduction and notes and engraving of Grace - Dieu. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart (: Printed for private circulation, 1869) [BeaumSJ,PoemsOS].

Becon, Thomas [1843], The Early Works of Thomas Becon: Being the treatises published by him in the reign of King Henry VIII. Edited for The Parker Society, by the Rev. John Ayre (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1843) [BeconT,EarlyWO].

Becon, Thomas [1844], Prayers and other pieces of Thomas Becon ... Comprising, The Flower of Godly Prayers. The Pomander of Prayer. The Sick Man's Salve. A Comfortable Epistle to the Afflicted People of God. An Humble Supplication for the Restoring of God's Word. The Displaying of the Popish Mass. The Common - Places of The Holy Scripture. A Comparison between The Lord's Supper and The Pope's Mass. Certain Articles of Christian Religion Proved and Confirmed. The Diversity between God's Word and Man's Invention. The Acts of Christ and of Antichrist. Christ's Chronicle. The Summary of The New Testament. The Demands of Holy Scripture, with Answers. Edited for The Parker Society. By the Rev. John Ayre (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1844) [BeconT,PrayeAO].

Becon, Thomas [1844], The Catechism of Thomas Becon with other pieces written by him in the reign of King Edward The Sixth. Edited for The Parker Society by the Rev. John Ayre (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1844) [BeconT,CatecOT].

Beddoes, Thomas [1851], The poems posthumous and collected of Thomas Lovell Beddoes (London: William Pickering, 1851) [BeddoT,PoemsPA].

Beeching, Henry Charles [1879], Mensae Secvndae: Verses written in Balliol College (Oxford; London: B. H. Blackwell; Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1879) [BeechHC,MensaSV].

Beeching, Henry Charles [1891], Poems in Love's looking glass (1891) (In Love's looking glass: A volume of poems (London: Percival and Co., 1891)) [BeechHC,PoemsIL].

Beeching, Henry Charles [1895], In a garden and other poems: By H. C. Beeching (London; New York: John Lane: The Bodley Head; Macmillan and Company, 1895) [BeechHC,InAGAOP].

Beeching, Henry Charles [1896], St. Augustine at Ostia: Oxford Sacred Poem. By the Rev. H. C. Beeching (London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1896) [BeechHC,StAAOOS].

Beedome, Thomas [1641], Poems Divine, and Humane. By Thomas Beedome (London: Printed by E. P. for Iohn Sweeting [etc.], 1641) [BeedoT,PoemsDA].

Behn, Aphra [1682], A Prologue By Mrs. Behn to her New Play, Called Like Father, Like Son, or the Mistaken Brothers, Spoken by Mrs. Butler (London: Printed for J. K., 1682) [BehnA,ProloBM].

Behn, Aphra [1684], Poems upon several occasions: with a voyage to the Island of Love. By Mrs A. Behn (London: Printed for R. Tonson and J. Tonson [etc.], 1684) [BehnA,PoemsUS].

Behn, Aphra [1685], A Pindarick on the death Of Our Late Sovereign: With An Ancient Prophecy on his Present Majesty. Written by A. Behn (London: Printed by J. Playford, for Henry Playford [etc.], 1685) [BehnA,PindaOT].

Behn, Aphra [1685], A Pindarick poem on the happy coronation Of His most Sacred Majesty James II. And his Illustrious Consort Queen Mary. By Mrs. Behn (London: Printed by J. Playford for Henry Playford [etc.], 1685) [BehnA,PindaPO].

Behn, Aphra [1685], A poem humbly dedicated To the Great Patern of Piety and Virtue Catherine Queen Dowager. On the Death of her dear Lord and Husband, King Charles II. By Mrs Behn (London: Printed by J. Playford, 1685) [BehnA,PoemHDT].

Behn, Aphra [1687], To the Most Illustrious Prince Christopher Duke of Albemarle, on his voyage to his government of Jamaica. A Pindarick. By Mrs. A. Behn (London: Printed for John Newton [etc.], 1687) [BehnA,ToTMIPC].

Behn, Aphra [1688], A Congratulatory poem to the King's Most Sacred Majesty, On the Happy birth of the Prince of Wales. By Mrs. A. Behn (London: Printed for W. Canning [etc.], 1688) [BehnA,CongrPT].

Behn, Aphra [1688], A Poem to Sir Roger L'Estrange, on his third part of the History of the Times; Relating to the death of Sir Edmund Bury - Godfrey. By Mrs. A. Behn (London: Printed for Randal Taylor [etc.], 1688) [BehnA,PoemTSR].

Behn, Aphra [1688], A congratulatory poem to her most Sacred Majesty, on the universal hopes of all Loyal Persons for a Prince of Wales. By Mrs A. Behn (London: Printed for Will. Canning [etc.], 1688) [BehnA,CongrPT].

Behn, Aphra [1688], Lycidus: or the Lover in Fashion. Being an Account from Lycidus to Lysander, Of his Voyage from the island of love. From the French. By the same author Of the Voyage to the Isle of love. Together with a miscellany of New Poems. By Several Hands (London: Printed for Joseph Knight, and Francis Saunders, 1688) [BehnA,LycidOT].

Behn, Aphra [1688], To Poet Bavius; occasion'd by his Satyr He Writ in his Verses to the King, upon the Queens being Deliver'd of a Son (London: Printed for the author, 1688) [BehnA,ToPBOBH].

Behn, Aphra [1689], A Congratulatory Poem to her Sacred Majesty Queen Mary, upon her arrival in England. By Mrs. A. Behn (London: Printed by R. E. for R. Bentley ... and W. Canning [etc.], 1689) [BehnA,CongrPT].

Behn, Aphra [1689], A Pindaric Poem to the Reverend Doctor Burnet, on the Honour he did me of Enquiring after me and my Muse. By Mrs A. Behn (London: Printed for R. Bentley, and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin [etc.], 1689) [BehnA,PindaPT].

Behn, Aphra [1717], The Land of Love. A poem (London: Printed by H. Meere, for C. King ... and A. Bettesworth [etc.], 1717) [BehnA,LandOLA].

Bell, Charles Dent [1877], Voices from the Lakes, and Other Poems. By the Rev. Charles D. Bell (London: James Nisbet & Co., 1877) [BellCD,VoiceFT].

Bell, Charles Dent [1881], Songs in the Twilight. By the Rev. Charles D. Bell (London: James Nisbet & Co, 1881) [BellCD,SongsIT].

Bell, Charles Dent [1884], Songs in Many Keys. By the Rev. Charles D. Bell (London: James Nisbet & Co., 1884) [BellCD,SongsIM].

Bell, Charles Dent [1885], Verses for Christmas and the New Year, by the Rev. Canon Bell. No. IV (London: Castell Brothers, 1885) [BellCD,VerseFC].

Bell, Charles Dent [1887], Gleanings from a Tour in Palestine and the East. By the Rev. Charles D. Bell (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1887) [BellCD,GleanFA].

Bell, Charles Dent [1888], A Winter on The Nile, in Egypt, and in Nubia. By the Rev. Charles D. Bell (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1888) [BellCD,WinteOT].

Bell, Charles Dent [1893], Poems Old and New by Charles D. Bell (London: Edward Arnold, 1893) [BellCD,PoemsOA].

Bell, Charles Dent [1894], Diana's Looking Glass and Other Poems by Charles D. Bell (London: Edward Arnold, 1894) [BellCD,DianaLG].

Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie [1882], Verses of varied life: by H. T. Mackenzie Bell (London: Elliot Stock, 1882) [BellHTM,VerseOV].

Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie [1886], Old Year Leaves: Being Old Verses Revised: By H. T. Mackenzie Bell ... New Edition (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1886) [BellHTM,OldYLBO].

Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie [1900], The Taking of the Flag And Other Recitations: By Mackenzie Bell ... With an Introduction by the Rev. J. J. Nesbitt (London: Thomas Burleigh, 1900) [BellHTM,TakinOT].

Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie [1909], The Poems of Mackenzie Bell (London: James Clarke & Co., 1909) [BellHTM,PoemsOM].

Bell, Henry Thomas Mackenzie [1917], Poetical Pictures of the Great War. Suitable for Recitation. First Series ... Second Series ... Third Series ... Fourth Series. By Mackenzie Bell (London: The Kingsgate Press, 1917 - 1918) [BellHTM,PoetiPO].

Bellamy, Daniel, the elder [1722], Love Triumphant: Or, The Rival Goddesses. A Pastoral Opera. Perform'd on Easter - Monday, by the Young Ladies of Mrs. Bellamy's School (as their Publick Breaking - up Exercise) with the General Applause and Approbation of Their Friends. To which are Added, Some Original Poems, and Translations. Never before Publish'd (London: Printed for, and sold only by Mrs Bellamy [etc.], 1722) [BellaDT,LoveTOT].

Bellamy, Daniel, the elder [1723], The Young Ladies Miscellany: or, Youth's Innocent and Rational Amusement. To which is Prefixed, A Short Essay on the Art of Pronunciation, and the great Advantage arising from an Early Practice of it in Publick. Adorn'd with Cuts. Written for the particular Diversion and Improvement of the Young Ladies of Mrs. Bellamy's School, in Old Boswel - Court, near Temple - Bar (London: Printed by E. Say, for the Author; and sold only by Mrs. Bellamy ... and Mrs. Wood [etc.], 1723) [BellaDT,YoungLM].

Bellamy, Daniel, the elder [1740], Miscellanies in Prose and Verse: Consisting of Dramatic Pieces, Poems, Humorous Tales, Fables, &c. ... By D. Bellamy (London: Printed for J. Hodges [etc.], 1740) [BellaDT,MisceIP].

Bellenden, John [1536], Heir beginnis the hystory and croniklis of Scotland (: , [1536?]) [BelleJ,HeirBTH].

Bellenden, John [1822], The first five books of the Roman history: translated from the Latin of Titus Livius by John Bellenden (Edinburgh: Printed for W. and C. Tait, 1822) [BelleJ,FirstFB].

Bellenden, John [1878], The Bannatyne Manuscript: Compiled by George Bannatyne: Part I (: Printed for The Hunterian Club, 1878) [BelleJ,BannaMC].

Benlowes, Edward [1649], A poetick descant upon A Private Musick - Meeting ([London]: , [1649]) [BenloE,PoetiDU].

Benlowes, Edward [1652], Theophila. Or Loves Sacrifice. A Divine Poem. Written by E. B. Esq; Several Parts thereof set to fit Aires by Mr J. Jenkins (London: Printed by R. N. Sold by Henry Seile ... and Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1652) [BenloE,TheopOL].

Benlowes, Edward [1657], A Glance at the Glories of Sacred Friendship. By E. B. ([London]: , [1657]) [BenloE,GlancAT].

Benlowes, Edward [1657], The Summary of Wisedome, by Edward Benlowes (London: Printed for Humphry Mosely, 1657) [BenloE,SummaOW].

Benlowes, Edward [1672], Oxonii Encomium (Oxford: H. Hall, 1672) [BenloE,OxoniE].

Bennet, John [1774], Poems on several occasions. By John Bennet (London; Oxford: Printed for the Author, And Sold by T. Evans ... J. Southern [etc.]; Sold by Mess. Prince, Fletcher and Parker ... and by the author [etc.], 1774) [BenneJ,PoemsOS].

Bennet, John [1796], Redemption, A Poem. In Two Books. By John Bennet (Oxford: Printed for and Sold by the Author ... Sold also by Mrs. Jones ... by Mr. Rusher ... and by Mr. Hamilton [etc.], [1796]) [BenneJ,RedemAP].

Bennett, William Cox [1843], My Sonnets (Greenwich: Henry S. Richardson, 1843) [BenneWC,MyS].

Bennett, William Cox [1850], Poems. By W. C. Bennett (London: Chapman and Hall, 1850) [BenneWC,PoemsBW].

Bennett, William Cox [1857], Queen Eleanor's Vengeance and Other Poems. By W. C. Bennett (London: Chapman and Hall, 1857) [BenneWC,QueenEV].

Bennett, William Cox [1862], Poems. By W. C. Bennett: New ed. (London; New York: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1862) [BenneWC,PoemsBW].

Bennett, William Cox [1868], Contributions to a Ballad History of England and the States Sprung from Her. By W. C. Bennett (London: Chatto & Windus, [1868]) [BenneWC,ContrTA].

Bennett, William Cox [1873], Songs for Sailors by W. C. Bennett: Second edition (London: Henry S. King & Co., 1873) [BenneWC,SongsFS].

Bennett, William Cox [1878], Sea Songs. By W. C. Bennett (London: Chapman and Hall, 1878) [BenneWC,SeaSBWC].

Benson, Arthur Christopher [1892], Le Cahier Jaune: Poems by Arthur Christopher Benson (Eton: Printed by Geo. New, 1892) [BensoAC,LeCJPBA].

Benson, Arthur Christopher [1893], Poems by Arthur Christopher Benson (London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1893) [BensoAC,PoemsBA].

Benson, Arthur Christopher [1895], Lyrics by Arthur Christopher Benson (London; New York: John Lane; Macmillan and Co., 1895) [BensoAC,LyricBA].

Benson, Arthur Christopher [1897], Lord Vyet and Other Poems by Arthur Christopher Benson (London; New York: John Lane; The Bodley Head, 1897) [BensoAC,LordVAO].

Benson, Arthur Christopher [1900], The professor and other poems: by Arthur Christopher Benson (London; New York: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1900) [BensoAC,ProfeAO].

Benson, Arthur Christopher [1905], Peace and other poems: By Arthur Christopher Benson (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1905) [BensoAC,PeaceAO].

Benson, Arthur Christopher [1909], The Poems of A. C. Benson (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head; John Lane Company, 1909) [BensoAC,PoemsOA].

Bethune, Alexander [1838], Tales and sketches of the Scottish peasantry. By Alexander Bethune (Edinburgh; London: Fraser & Co.; W. S. Orr & Co., 1838) [BethuA,TalesAS].

Bethune, Alexander [1843], The Scottish peasant's fire - side: A series of tales and sketches illustrating the character of the peasantry of Scotland. By Alexander Bethune (Edinburgh; London: Adam and Charles Black; Longman, Green, Brown and Longmans, 1843) [BethuA,ScottPF].

Bethune, Alexander [1845], Memoirs of Alexander Bethune, Embracing Selections from his Correspondence and Literary Remains, Compiled and Edited by William M'Combie (Aberdeen: George and Robert King, 1845) [BethuA,MemoiOA].

Bethune, John [1840], Poems by the late John Bethune; With a sketch of the author's life, by his brother (Edinburgh; Perth: Adam and Charles Black; James Dewar, 1840) [BethuJ,PoemsBT].

Bethune, John [1863], The Bethunes: or, The Fifeshire Foresters (London: Jarrold and Sons, [1863]) [BethuJ,BethuOT].

Bickersteth, Edward Henry [1848], Poems and Songs by E. H. B. (London: William Pickering, 1848) [BickeEH,PoemsAS].

Bickersteth, Edward Henry [1849], Poems: By Edward Henry Bickersteth (Cambridge; London: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan ... Seeleys, 1849) [BickeEH,PoemsBE].

Bickersteth, Edward Henry [1861], Winged Words, By the Rev. E. H. Bickersteth (London: John F. Shaw, [1861]) [BickeEH,WingeWB].

Bickersteth, Edward Henry [1872], Ode on the National Thanksgiving for the Recovery of his Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales: By Edward Henry Bickersteth (London: William Hunt and Company, 1872) [BickeEH,OdeOTNT].

Bickersteth, Edward Henry [1872], The Two Brothers, and other poems. By Edward Henry Bickersteth (London; Oxford: Rivingtons, 1872) [BickeEH,TwoBAOP].

Bickersteth, Edward Henry [1873], Yesterday, To - day, And For Ever: A Poem in Twelve Books (London; Oxford: Rivingtons, 1873) [BickeEH,YesteTD].

Bickersteth, Edward Henry [1880], Songs in the House of Pilgrimage: By the Rev. E. H. Bickersteth (Hampstead: Printed by J. Hewetson, [c.1880]) [BickeEH,SongsIT].

Bieston, Roger [1554], The bayte and snare of fortune. Wherein may be seene that money is not the only cause of mischefe and unfortunat endes: but a necessary mean to mayntayne a vertuous quiet lyfe. Treated in a Dialoge betwene man and money (London: Imprinted ... by John Wayland [etc.], [1554?]) [BiestR,BayteAS].

Bigg, John Stanyan [1848], The Sea - King; A metrical romance, in six cantos. With notes, historical and illustrative. By J. Stanyan Bigg (London; Ulverston: Whittaker and Co.; S. Soulby, 1848) [BiggJS,SeaKAMR].

Bigg, John Stanyan [1854], Night and the soul. A dramatic poem. By J. Stanyan Bigg (London: Groombridge and Sons, 1854) [BiggJS,NightAT].

Bigg, John Stanyan [1862], Shifting Scenes and Other Poems. By J. Stanyan Bigg (London: William Freeman, 1862) [BiggJS,ShiftSA].

Billingsley, Nicholas [1657], Brachy - Martyrologia: Or, A Brewery of all the greatest Persecutions Which have befallen the Saints and People of God From the Creation to our present Times: Paraphras'd, By Nicholas Billingsly (London: Printed by J. Cottrel [etc.], 1657) [BilliN,BrachMO].

Billingsley, Nicholas [1658], &grK;&grO;&grS;&grM;&grO;&grB;&grR;&grE;&grF;&grI;&grA;, or the infancy of the world: With an Appendix of Gods resting day, Edon Garden; Mans Happiness before, Misery after, his Fall. Whereunto is added, The Praise of Nothing; Divine Ejaculations; The four Ages of the world; The Birth of Christ; Also a Century of Historical Applications; With a Taste of Poetical fictions. Written some years since by N. B. ... And now published at the request of his Friends (London: Printed for Robert Crofts [etc.], 1658) [BilliN,GrkgrOT].

Billingsley, Nicholas [1667], &grQ;&gre;&grs;&gra;&grua;&grr;&gro; - &grF;&gru;&grl;&graa;&grk;&gri;&gro;&grn;: or, A treasury of divine raptures. Consisting of Serious Observations, Pious Ejaculations, Select Epigrams. Alphabetically rank'd and fil'd by a Private Chaplain to the Illustrious and Renowned Lady Urania The Divine and Heavenly Muse. The first part (London: Printed for the Author, 1667) [BilliN,GrqgrGO].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1894], Lyric Poems by Laurence Binyon (London: Elkin Mathews & Io: Lane, 1894) [BinyoRL,LyricPB].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1896], The praise of life: by Laurence Binyon (London: Elkin Mathews, 1896) [BinyoRL,PraisOL].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1898], Porphyrion and other poems by Laurence Binyon (London: Grant Richards, 1898) [BinyoRL,PorphAO].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1905], Dream - Come - True. Poems by Laurence Binyon (London; New York: Sold by the Eragny Press; John Lane, 1905) [BinyoRL,DreamCT].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1909], England and Other Poems: By Laurence Binyon (London: Elkin Mathews, 1909) [BinyoRL,EnglaAO].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1917], The Cause: Poems of the War: By Laurence Binyon (Boston; New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1917) [BinyoRL,CausePO].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1919], The new world: poems by Laurence Binyon (London: Elkin Mathews, 1919) [BinyoRL,NewWPBL].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1927], The wonder night: By Laurence Binyon: Drawings by Barnett Freedman (: , [1927]) [BinyoRL,WondeNB].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1931], Collected Poems of Laurence Binyon (London: Macmillan, 1931) [BinyoRL,CollePO].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1941], The North Star and Other Poems: By Laurence Binyon (London: Macmillan, 1941) [BinyoRL,NorthSA].

Binyon, Robert Laurence [1944], The burning of the leaves: and other poems: By Laurence Binyon (London: Macmillan & Co., 1944) [BinyoRL,BurniOT].

Birchensha, Ralph [1602], A Discourse occasioned upon the late defeat, given to the Arch - rebels, Tyrone and Odonnell, by the right Honourable the Lord Mountioy, Lord Deputie of Ireland, the 24. of December, 1601. being Christmas Eave: And the yeelding up of Kinsale shortly after by Don Iohn to his Lordshippe: By Raph Byrchensha (London: Printed for M. L., 1602) [BirchR,DiscoOU].

Bishop, Samuel [1796], The Poetical Works of The Rev. Samuel Bishop ... To Which are Prefixed, Memoirs of the Life of the Author By the Rev. Thomas Clare (London: Printed by A. Strahan; And Sold by Messrs. Cadell and Davies ... Mr. Robson ... Mr. Walter ... Mr. Dilly ... Messrs. White ... Messrs. Rivington ... Mr. Payne [etc.], 1796) [BishoS,PoetiWO].

Blackie, John Stuart [1857], Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece, with Other Poems. By John Stuart Blackie (Edinburgh; London: Sutherland and Knox; Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1857) [BlackJS,LaysALO].

Blackie, John Stuart [1860], Lyrical Poems. By John Stuart Blackie (Edinburgh; London: Simpkin and Knox; Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1860) [BlackJS,LyricPB].

Blackie, John Stuart [1869], Musa Burschicosa: A Book of Songs for Students and University Men. By John Stuart Blackie (Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1869) [BlackJS,MusaBAB].

Blackie, John Stuart [1872], Lays of the Highlands and Islands: By John Stuart Blackie (London: Strahan & Co., 1872) [BlackJS,LaysOTH].

Blackie, John Stuart [1876], Songs of Religion and Life: By John Stuart Blackie (Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1876) [BlackJS,SongsOR].

Blackie, John Stuart [1886], Messis Vitae: Gleanings of Song from a Happy Life: By John Stuart Blackie (London; New York: Macmillan, 1886) [BlackJS,MessiVG].

Blackie, John Stuart [1890], A Song of Heroes by John Stuart Blackie (Edinburgh; London: Wm. Blackwood, 1890) [BlackJS,SongOHB].

Blacklock, Thomas [1746], Poems on Several Occasions. By Thomas Blacklock (Glasgow: Printed for the Author, 1746) [BlackT,PoemsOS].

Blacklock, Thomas [1756], An Essay on Universal Etymology: Or the Analysis of a Sentence. Containing An account of the Parts of Speech, as common to all Languages. By Mr. Blacklock (Edinburgh: Printed by Sands, Donaldson, Murray, and Cochran. For E. Wilson [etc.], 1756) [BlackT,EssayOU].

Blacklock, Thomas [1760], A collection of original poems. By The Rev. Mr Blacklock, and other Scotch Gentlemen (Edinburgh: Printed for A. Donaldson ... and sold by R. and J. Dodsley ... and J. Richardson [etc.], 1760) [BlackT,ColleOO].

Blacklock, Thomas [1774], The Graham; an heroic ballad. In four cantos. By Thomas Blacklock (London: Printed for T. Davies [etc.], 1774) [BlackT,GrahaAH].

Blacklock, Thomas [1793], Poems by the Late Reverend Dr. Thomas Blacklock; Together with an Essay on the Education of the Blind. To Which is Prefixed A New Account of the Life and Writings of the Author (Edinburgh: Printed by Alexander Chapman and Company; Sold by W. Creech ... and T. Cadell [etc.], 1793) [BlackT,PoemsBT].

Blacklock, Thomas [1801], Alonzo and Cora, with other original poems, principally elegiac. By Elizabeth Scot, a native of Edinburgh. To which are added letters in verse, by Blacklock and Burns (London: Printed and published by Bunney and Gold ... and may be had of Rivington ... Robinsons ... Cadell and Davies ... Egerton ... Faulder [etc.], 1801) [BlackT,AlonzAC].

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1695], Prince Arthur. An Heroick Poem. In Ten Books (London: Printed for Awnsham and John Churchil [etc.], 1695) [BlackSR,PrincAA].

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1697], King Arthur, An Heroick Poem. In Twelve Books. By Richard Blackmore. To which is Annexed, An Index, Explaining the Names of Countrys, Citys, and Rivers, &c. (London: Printed for Awnsham and John Churchil ... and Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1697) [BlackSR,KingAAH].

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1700], A paraphrase on the Book of Job: As likewise on the Songs of Moses, Deborah, David: On Four Select Psalms: Some Chapters of Isaiah, and the Third Chapter of Habakkuk. By Sir Richard Blackmore (London: Printed from Awnsham and John Churchill, 1700) [BlackSR,ParapOT].

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1705], Eliza: An Epick poem. In Ten books. By Sir Richard Blackmore ... To which is annex'd, An index, Explaining Persons, Countries, Cities, Rivers &c. (London: Printed for Awnsham and John Churchill [etc.], 1705) [BlackSR,ElizaAE].

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1712], Creation: A Philosophical Poem. Demonstrating the Existence and Providence of a God. In Seven Books. By Sir Richard Blackmore. The Second Edition (London: Printed for S. Buckley ... and J. Tonson [etc.], 1712) [BlackSR,CreatAP].

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1718], A Collection of Poems on Various Subjects. By Sir Richard Blackmore (London: Printed by W. Wilkins for Jonas Browne ... and J. Walthoe [etc.], 1718) [BlackSR,ColleOP].

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1721], A New Version of the Psalms of David, Fitted to the Tunes used in Churches. By Sir Richard Blackmore (London: Printed by J. March, 1721) [BlackSR,NewVOTP].

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1722], Redemption: A divine poem, In Six Books. The three first demonstrate the Truth of the Christian Religion, The three last the Deity of Christ. To which is added, A Hymn to Christ the Redeemer. By Sir Richard Blackmore (London: Printed for A. Bettesworth ... and James Mack Euen [etc.], 1722) [BlackSR,RedemAD].

Blackmore, Sir Richard [1723], Alfred. An Epick Poem. In Twelve Books. By Sir Richard Blackmore (London: Printed by W. Botham, for James Knapton, 1723) [BlackSR,AlfreAE].

Blair, Robert [1728], A Poem Dedicated to the Memory Of the late Learned and Eminent Mr. William Law, Professor of Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh ([Edinburgh?]: , [1728?]) [BlairR,PoemDTT].

Blair, Robert [1753], The Grave. A Poem. The Fourth Edition (London: Printed and Sold by J. Waugh [etc.], 1753) [BlairR,GraveAP].

Blake, William [1965], The Poetry and Prose of William Blake: Edited by David V. Erdman: Commentary by Harold Bloom (Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, 1965) [BlakeW,PoetrAP].

Blamire, Susanna [1842], Poetical Works (1842) (In The poetical works of Susanna Blamire "The Muse of Cumberland." Now for the first time collected by Henry Lonsdale; With a preface, memoir, and notes by Patrick Maxwell (Edinburgh; London: John Menzies; R. Tyas, 1842)) [BlamiS,PoetiW1].

Blamire, Susanna [1866], The songs and ballads of Cumberland, to which are added dialect and other poems, with biographical sketches, notes and glossary. Edited by Sidney Gilpin (London; Edinburgh: Geo. Routledge and Sons; John Menzies, 1866) [BlamiS,SongsAB].

Blanchard, Samuel Laman [1876], The Poetical Works of Laman Blanchard: With a Memoir by Blanchard Jerrold (London: Chatto and Windus, 1876) [BlancSL,PoetiWO].

Blenerhasset, Thomas [1582], A Reuelation of the true Minerua. The effect of this booke. Who on earth be gods: and by what meanes mortall men may bee made immortall (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Dawson, for Thomas Woodcoke, 1582) [BleneT,ReuelOT].

Blenerhasset, Thomas [1946], Parts Added to The Mirror for Magistrates: By John Higgins & Thomas Blenerhasset: Edited from original texts in The Huntington Library by Lily B. Campbell (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1946) [BleneT,PartsAT].

Blind Hary [1968], Hary's Wallace (vita nobilissimi defensoris scotie Wilelmi Wallace militis): Edited by Matthew P. McDiarmid (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1968 - 1969) [BlindH,HarysWV].

Bloomfield, Robert [1824], The Remains of Robert Bloomfield (London: Baldwin, Craddock and Joy, 1824) [BloomR,RemaiOR].

Bloomfield, Robert [1827], The Poems of Robert Bloomfield, In Three Volumes (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green; Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1827) [BloomR,PoemsOR].

Blundeville, Thomas [1561], Three morall Treatises, no lesse pleasaunt than necessary for all men to reade, whereof the one is called the Learned Prince, the other the Fruites of Foes, the thyrde the Porte of rest (London: Imprynted ... by Wyllyam Seres [etc.], 1561) [BlundT,ThreeMT].

Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen [1914], The Poetical Works of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. A Complete Edition in Two Volumes (London: Macmillan, 1914) [BluntWS,PoetiWO].

Bokenham, Osbern [1883], Osbern Bokenam's Legenden: Herausgegeben von C. Horstmann (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henninger, 1883) [BokenO,OsberBL].

Bokenham, Osbern [1905], Eine Mittelenglische Claudian - Übersetzung (1905) (In [Eine Mittelenglische Claudian - Übersetzung, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. Unter Mitwirkung von Ewald Flügel: Herausgegeben von Eugen Einenkel. Nebst einem Beiblatt herausgegeben von Max Fr. Mann. Band XXVIII. Neue Folge Band XVI (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1905)) [BokenO,EineMCU].

Bokenham, Osbern [1938], Legendys of Hooly Wummen by Osbern Bokenham: Edited from Ms. Arundel 327 by Mary S. Serjeantson (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1938 for 1936) [BokenO,LegenOH].

Bold, Henry [1657], Wit A Sporting In a pleasant Grove Of New Fancies. By H. B. (London: Printed for W. Burden, and are to be sold at his shop ... and by S. L., 1657) [BoldH,WitASIA].

Bold, Henry [1664], Poems Lyrique Macaronique Heroique, &c. By Henry Bold (London: Printed for Henry Brome [etc.], 1664) [BoldH,PoemsLM].

Bold, Henry [1685], Latine Songs, With their English: and Poems. By Henry Bold ... Collected and perfected by Captain William Bold (London: Printed for John Eglesfield [etc.], 1685) [BoldH,LatinSW].

Bonar, Horatius [1850], Songs for the Wilderness ... Third Edition (Kelso; Edinburgh: J. & J. H. Rutherfurd; Johnstone & Hunter; Oliver & Boyd, 1850) [BonarH,SongsFT].

Bonar, Horatius [1869], The nun; or, convent life. By Horatius Bonar (London; Kingston - upon - Hull: Hamilton, Adams & Co.; Joseph W. Leng, [1869]) [BonarH,NunOCLB].

Bonar, Horatius [1872], The Song of the New Creation, and Other Pieces. By Horatius Bonar (London: James Nisbet, 1872) [BonarH,SongOTN].

Bonar, Horatius [1878], My Old Letters: By Horatius Bonar ... Second Edition (London: James Nisbet & Co., 1878) [BonarH,MyOLBHB].

Bonar, Horatius [1885], Verses for Christmas and the New Year, by Horatius Bonar. Book II (London: Castell Brothers, 1885) [BonarH,VerseFC].

Bonar, Horatius [1889], "Crowned with Light." A Poem (London: Castell Brothers, 1889) [BonarH,CrownWL].

Bonar, Horatius [1889], Garnered grain, by Lucy A. Bennett and Horatius Bonar (London: Castell Brothers, 1889) [BonarH,GarneGB].

Bonar, Horatius [1889], Horatius Bonar ... A Memorial (London; Edinburgh: James Nisbet & Co., 1889) [BonarH,HoratBA].

Bonar, Horatius [1890], "Until the Day Break," and Other Hymns and Poems Left Behind. By Horatius Bonar (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1890) [BonarH,UntilTD].

Bonar, Horatius [1912], The Land of Light and other Hymns of Faith and Hope: By Dr. Horatius Bonar (London: Samuel Bagster & Sons, [1912]) [BonarH,LandOLA].

Book of a Ghostly Father, A [1520], Here begynneth a boke of a Ghoostly fader / that confesseth his Ghoostly chylde / the whiche speketh fyrst of the vii. deidly synnes / and after of the cyrcumstaunce that to them belongeth (London: Wynkyn de Worde, [1520?]) [BookOAG,HereBAB].

Booth, Barton [1733], Memoirs of the Life of Barton Booth ... With his Character. To which are added Several Poetical Pieces, Written by Himself, viz. Translations from Horace, Songs, Odes, &c. To which is likewise annexed, the Case of Mr. Booth's last illness, and what was observ'd (particularly with regard to the Quick - Silver found in his Intestines) upon the Opening of his Body, in the Presence of Sir Hans Sloan by Mr. Alexander Small, Surgeon. Publish'd by an Intimate Acquaintance of Mr. Booth, By Consent of his Widow (London: Printed for John Watts [etc.], 1733) [BoothB,MemoiOT].

Borde, Andrew [1870], The Fyrst Boke of the Introduction of Knowledge made by Andrew Borde ... A Compendyous Regyment or A Dyetary of Helth made in Mountpyllier, compyled by Andrewe Boorde ... Barnes in the Defence of the Berde: a Treatyse made, answerynge the Treatyse of Doctor Borde vpon Berdes: Edited, with a life of Andrew Boorde, and large extracts from his Breuyary by F. J. Furnivall (London; Dublin: Published for The Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co.; William McGee, 1870) [BordeA,FyrstBO].

Boswell, Sir Alexander [1816], The Woo - Creel, or The Bill O' Bashan; A Tale (Auchinleck: Printed by James Sutherland, 1816) [BosweSA,WooCOTB].

Boswell, Sir Alexander [1871], The poetical works of Sir Alexander Boswell ... Now first collected and edited, with memoir, by Robert Howie Smith (Glasgow: Maurice Ogle & Company, 1871) [BosweSA,PoetiWO].

Bosworth, William [1653], The Chast and Lost Lovers: Lively shadowed in the persons of Arcadius and Sepha, and illustrated with the severall stories of Haemon and Antigone, Eramio and Amissa, Phaon and Sappho, Delithason and Verista. Being a description of several Lovers smiling with delight, and with hopes fresh as their youth, and fair as their beauties in the beginning of their Affections, and covered with Bloud and Horror in the conclusion. To this is added the Contestation betwixt Bacchus and Diana, and certain Sonnets of the Author to Aurora. Digested into three Poems by Will. Bosworth (London: Printed for William Shears [etc.], 1653) [BoswoW,ChastAL].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1878], Among The Flowers, And Other Poems. By Francis W. Bourdillon (London; Belfast: Marcus Ward & Co., 1878) [BourdFW,AmongTF].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1888], Young Maids & Old China. Verses by F. W. Bourdillon. Pictures by J. G. Sowerby (London: Marcus Ward & Co., [1888];) [BourdFW,YoungMA].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1889], Where Lilies Live and Waters Wind Away: Verses by F. W. Bourdillon: Pictures by Edith J. Berkeley (London; Belfast: Marcus Ward & Co., [1889]) [BourdFW,WhereLL].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1890], Ailes d'Alouette: F. W. Bourdillon (Oxford: H. Daniel, 1890) [BourdFW,AilesDF].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1891], A Lost God: By Francis W. Bourdillon: With Illustrations by H. J. Ford (London: Elkin Mathews, 1891) [BourdFW,LostGBF].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1893], Sursum Corda. By F. W. Bourdillon (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1893) [BourdFW,SursuCB].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1897], Minuscula: Lyrics of Nature, Art and Love. By Francis William Bourdillon (London: Lawrence & Bullen, 1897) [BourdFW,MinusLO].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1900], Through the Gateway. By Francis William Bourdillon (London: Arthur L. Humphreys, [1900]) [BourdFW,ThrouTG].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1902], Ailes d'Alouette: (Second Series): By F. W. Bourdillon (Oxford: H. Daniel, 1902) [BourdFW,AilesDS].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1908], Preludes and Romances by Francis William Bourdillon (London: George Allen & Sons, 1908) [BourdFW,PreluAR].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1910], Ode In Defence of the Matterhorn against the proposed Railway to its Summit. By F. W. Bourdillon (London: William Rice, 1910) [BourdFW,OdeIDOT].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1913], Moth - Wings: (Ailes D'Alouette): By Francis William Bourdillon (London: Elkin Mathews, 1913) [BourdFW,MothWAD].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1914], Christmas Roses for Nineteen - Hundred and Fourteen. By F. W. Bourdillon (London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1914) [BourdFW,ChrisRF].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1915], Easter Lilies for nineteen hundred and fifteen by F. W. Bourdillon (London: Arthur L. Humphreys, [1915]) [BourdFW,EasteLF].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1917], Russia Re - Born by F. W. Bourdillon (London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1917) [BourdFW,RussiRB].

Bourdillon, Francis William [1921], Gerard & Isabel: A Romance in Form of Cantefable. By Francis William Bourdillon (London: Alexander Moring, 1921) [BourdFW,GerarAI].

Bowden, Samuel [1733], Poetical essays on Several Occasions. By Samuel Bowden (London: Printed for J. Pemberton ... and C. Davis [etc.], 1733 - 1735) [BowdeS,PoetiEO].

Bowden, Samuel [1754], Poems on Various Subjects; with some Essays in Prose, Letters to Correspondents, &c. and A Treatise on Health. By Samuel Bowden (Bath: Printed by T. Boddely, for the author [etc.], 1754) [BowdeS,PoemsOV].

Bowles, Caroline Anne [1820], Ellen Fitzarthur: A Metrical Tale, in Five Cantos (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown [etc.], 1820) [BowleCA,EllenFA].

Bowles, Caroline Anne [1822], The Widow's Tale: and other Poems. By the Author of Ellen Fitzarthur (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1822) [BowleCA,WidowTA].

Bowles, Caroline Anne [1831], The cat's tail: Being the history of childe Merlin. A tale. By the Baroness de Katzleben (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood; T. Cadell, 1831) [BowleCA,CatsTBT].

Bowles, Caroline Anne [1833], Tales of the Factories: Respectfully inscribed to Mr. Sadler. By the Authoress of "Ellen Fitzarthur" [etc.] (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood; T. Cadell, 1833) [BowleCA,TalesOT].

Bowles, Caroline Anne [1839], Solitary hours: By Caroline Southey ... Second edition (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood & Sons; Thomas Cadell, 1839) [BowleCA,SolitHB].

Bowles, Caroline Anne [1867], The Poetical Works of Caroline Bowles Southey: Collected Edition (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1867) [BowleCA,PoetiWO].

Bowles, William Lisle [1806], Bowden Hill; The Banks Of The Wye; Cadland, Southampton River. By the Rev. W. Lisle Bowles (Southampton: Baker and Fletcher, Printers [etc.], [1806]) [BowleWL,BowdeHT].

Bowles, William Lisle [1823], Charity: A Poem. By the author of "Letters on Prejudice," "Sermons on Christian responsibility," &c. (London: Printed by Richard Cruttwell, 1823) [BowleWL,ChariAP].

Bowles, William Lisle [1823], Ellen Gray; or, The dead maiden's curse. A poem, by the late Dr. Archibald Macleod (Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and Co., 1823) [BowleWL,EllenGO].

Bowles, William Lisle [1855], The poetical works of William Lisle Bowles ... with memoir, critical dissertation, and explanatory notes, by the Rev. George Gilfillan (Edinburgh; London: James Nichol; James Nisbet and Co., 1855) [BowleWL,PoetiWO].

Bowring, Sir John [1851], Matins and vespers: with hymns and occasional devotional pieces. By John Bowring ... Fourth edition (London: Edward T. Whitfield, 1851) [BowriSJ,MatinAV].

Bowring, Sir John [1873], A memorial volume of sacred poetry, by the late Sir John Bowring. To which is prefixed, a memoir of the author, by Lady Bowring (London: Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer, 1873) [BowriSJ,MemorVO].

Boyce, Samuel [1751], The friend of liberty: an ode To GEORGE HEATHCOTE, Esq; Late Alderman of the City of London. By S. Boyce (London: Printed for M. Cooper ... W. Reeve ... and J. Towers [etc.], 1751) [BoyceS,FrienOL].

Boyce, Samuel [1757], Poems on Several Occasions. By Samuel Boyce (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... J. Newbery ... and W. Reeve [etc.], 1757) [BoyceS,PoemsOS].

Boyd, Henry [1793], Poems, chiefly dramatic and lyric, by the Revd. H. Boyd ... containing the following dramatic poems: The Helots, a tragedy, The Temple of Vesta, The Rivals, The Royal Message. Prize Poems, &c. &c. (Dublin: Printed by Graisberry & Campbell [etc.], 1793) [BoydH,PoemsCD].

Boyd, Henry [1850], Death of the Queen Dowager, a Poem, by Henry Boyd (London: Sherwood and Co., 1850) [BoydH,DeathOT].

Boyse, Samuel [1731], Translations and Poems Written on Several Subjects (Edinburgh: Printed by Mr. Thomas and Walter Ruddimans, 1731) [BoyseS,TransAP].

Boyse, Samuel [1732], Verses, Occasioned by seeing the Palace and Park of Dalkeith, Anno MDCCXXXII. Humbly Inscrib'd to His Grace, The Duke of Buccleugh (Edinburgh: , 1732) [BoyseS,VerseOB].

Boyse, Samuel [1735], Verses, Sacred to the Memory of the Right Honourable, Charles, Earl of Peterborough, and Monmouth (Edinburgh: Printed by W. Cheyne, 1735) [BoyseS,VerseST].

Boyse, Samuel [1738], Translations and Poems, Written on Several Occasions (London: Printed for the Author, 1738) [BoyseS,TransAP].

Boyse, Samuel [1739], Deity: A Poem (London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1739) [BoyseS,DeityAP].

Boyse, Samuel [1742], The praise of peace. A poem. In Three cantos. From the Dutch of M. Van Haren, one of the Deputies of the Province of West - Friesland in the Assembly of their High Mightinesses the States General (London: Printed for A. Dodd [etc.], 1742) [BoyseS,PraisOP].

Boyse, Samuel [1743], Albion's Triumph. An Ode, occasioned By the Happy Success of his Majesty's Arms on the Maine. In the Stanza of Spencer (London: Printed for J. Robinson, 1743) [BoyseS,AlbioTA].

Bradshaw, Henry [1521], Here begynneth the lyfe of Saynt Radegunde (: Imprinted by Rycharde Pynson [etc.], 1521) [BradsH,HereBTL].

Bradshaw, Henry [1887], The Life of Saint Werburge of Chester, By Henry Bradshaw. Englisht. A.D. 1513, printed by Pynson A.D. 1521, and now re - edited by Carl Horstmann (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co., 1887) [BradsH,LifeOSW].

Bradstreet, Anne [1962], The works of Anne Bradstreet in prose and verse: Edited by John Harvard Ellis (Gloucester, Mass.: Peter Smith, 1962) [BradsA,WorksOA].

Bramston, James [1729], The Art of Politicks, In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry (London: Printed for Lawton Gilliver [etc.], 1729) [BramsJ,ArtOPII].

Bramston, James [1733], The Man of Taste. Occasion'd by an Epistle of Mr. Pope's On that Subject. By the Author of the Art of Politicks (London: Printed by J. Wright, for Lawton Gilliver [etc.], 1733) [BramsJ,ManOTOB].

Bramston, James [1743], The Crooked six - pence. With a Learned preface Found among Some Papers bearing Date the same Year in which Paradise Lost was published by the late Dr. Bently (London: Printed for R. Dodsley ... and sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1743) [BramsJ,CrookSP].

Brand, Barbarina, Lady Dacre [1821], Dramas, Translations, and Occasional Poems. By Barbarina Lady Dacre. In Two Volumes (London: John Murray, 1821) [BrandBL,DramaTA].

Brathwait, Richard [1611], The Golden Fleece. Whereto bee annexed two Elegies, Entitled Narcissvs Change. And Aesons Dotage. By Richard Brathvvayte (London: Printed by W. S. for Christopher Pursett [etc.], 1611) [BrathR,GoldeFW].

Brathwait, Richard [1614], The Poets VVillovv: Or, The Passionate Shepheard: With sundry delightfull, and no lesse Passionate Sonnets: describing the passions of a discontented and perplexed Lover. Diuers compositions of verses concording as well with the Lyricke, as the Anacreonticke measures; neuer before published: Being reduced into an exact and distinct order of Metricall extractions (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Beale, for Samuel Rand [etc.], 1614) [BrathR,PoetsVO].

Brathwait, Richard [1615], A Strappado for the Diuell. Epigrams and Satyres alluding to the time, with diuers measures of no lesse Delight. By &grM;&gri;&grs;&gro;&grs;&gru;&grk;&gro;&grst;, to his friend &grF;&gri;&grl;&gro;&grk;&grr;&gra;&grt;&gre;&grst; (London: Printed by I. B. for Richard Redmer [etc.], 1615) [BrathR,StrapFT].

Brathwait, Richard [1617], The Smoaking Age, or, The man in the mist: with The life and death of Tobacco. Dedicated To those three renowned and imparallel'd Heroes, Captaine Whiffe, Captaine Pipe, and Captaine Snuffe. To whom the Author wisheth as much content, as this Smoaking Age can afford them. Divided into three Sections. 1. The Birth of Tobacco. 2. Pluto's blessing to Tobacco. 3. Time's complaint against Tobacco (London: , 1617) [BrathR,SmoakAO].

Brathwait, Richard [1619], A New Spring Shadowed in sundry Pithie Poems (London: Printed by G. Eld, for Thomas Baylie [etc.], 1619) [BrathR,NewSSIS].

Brathwait, Richard [1619], The Description of a good Wife (1619) (In A Happy Husband: or, Directions for a Maide to choose her Mate. As also, A Wives Behaviovr towards her Husband after Marriage. By Patricke Hannay ... To which is adioyned the Good Wife; together with an Exquisite discourse of Epitaphs, including the choysest thereof, Ancient or Moderne. By R. B. (London: Printed ... for Richard Redmen [etc.], 1619)) [BrathR,DescrOA].

Brathwait, Richard [1621], Natures Embassie: Or, The Wilde - mans Measvres: Danced naked by twelve Satyres, with sundry others continued in the next Section ([London]: Printed for Richard Whitaker, 1621) [BrathR,NaturEO].

Brathwait, Richard [1621], Times Cvrtaine Drawne, or The Anatomie of Vanitie. With other choice poems, Entituled; Health from Helicon. By Richard Brathwayte (London: Printed by John Dawson for John Bellamie [etc.], 1621) [BrathR,TimesCD].

Brathwait, Richard [1634], Anniversaries upon his panarete (London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngsley and are to be sold by Robert Bostock [etc.], 1634) [BrathR,AnnivUH].

Brathwait, Richard [1635], Anniversaries upon his Panarete; continued: with her contemplations, penned in the languishing time of her sicknesse. The second yeeres annivers (London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston [etc.], 1635) [BrathR,AnnivUH].

Brathwait, Richard [1635], Raglands Niobe: Or Elizas Elegie: Addressed to the unexpiring memory of the most noble Lady, Elizabeth Herbert, wife to the truly honourable, Edward Somerset Lord Herbert, &c. By RI. Brathwait (London: Imprinted by F. K. for Robert Bostocke [etc.], 1635) [BrathR,RaglaNO].

Brathwait, Richard [1636], The Fatall Nvptiall: Or, Mournefull Marriage. Relating, The heavy and lamentable Accident lately occurring, by the drowning of 47. persons, and some of those of especiall quality, in the water of Windermere, in the North. October 19: 1635 (London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, and are to be sold by Robert Bostocke [etc.], 1636) [BrathR,FatalNO].

Brathwait, Richard [1638], Barnabae Itinerarium, or Barnabees Iournall, Under the Names of Mirtilus & Faustulus Shadowed: for the Travellers Solace lately published, to most apt numbers reduced, and to the old Tune of Barnabe commonly chanted. By Corymboeus (: J. Haviland, 1638) [BrathR,BarnaIO].

Brathwait, Richard [1638], The Psalmes of David. The King And Prophet, And Of other holy Prophets, paraphas'd in English: Conferred with the Hebrew Veritie, set forth by B. Arias Montanus, together with the Latine, Greek Septuagint, and Chaldee Paraphrase. By R. B. (London: Printed by Robert Young, for Francis Constable [etc.], 1638) [BrathR,PsalmOD].

Brathwait, Richard [1641], A Paraphrase upon the Lords Prayer, and the Creed (London: , 1641) [BrathR,ParapUT].

Brathwait, Richard [1641], Astraea's Teares. An Elegie Vpon the death of that Reverend, Learned and Honest Judge, Sir Richard Hutton Knight; Lately one of his Majesties Iustices in his Highnesse Court of Common Plees at Westminster (London: Printed by T. H. for Philip Nevil [etc.], 1641) [BrathR,AstraTA].

Brathwait, Richard [1658], The honest ghost, or a voice from the vault (London: Printed by Ric. Hodgkinsonne, 1658) [BrathR,HonesGO].

Brathwait, Richard [1660], To his majesty upon his happy arrivall In our late discomposed Albion. By R. Brathwait (London: Printed for Henry Brome [etc.], 1660) [BrathR,ToHMUHH].

Brathwait, Richard [1662], The Chimneys Scuffle (London: , 1662) [BrathR,ChimnS].

Brathwait, Richard [1665], A Comment Upon the Two Tales of our Ancient, Renovvned, and Ever Living Poet Sr Jeffray Chaucer, Knight. Who, For his Rich Fancy, Pregnant Invention, and Present Composure, deserved the Countenance of a Prince, and his Laureat Honour. The Miller's Tale, and The Wife of Bath (London: Printed by W. Godbid [etc.], 1665) [BrathR,CommeUT].

Brathwait, Richard [1665], The Captive - captain: or, the restrain'd cavalier; Drawn to his full Bodie in these Characters ... Presented, and Acted to Life in a Suit of Durance; an Habit suiting best with the Place of his Residence (London: Printed by J. Grismond, 1665) [BrathR,CaptiCO].

Brerewood, Thomas [1772], Galfred and Juletta; Or, the Road of Nature. A Tale, In Three Cantos. By the Late Thomas Brerewood (London: Printed for the Proprietor, and sold by S. Bladon [etc.], 1772) [BrereT,GalfrAJ].

Brerewood, Thomas [1796], Poetry; Original and Selected (Glasgow: Printed for and Sold by Brash & Reid, 1796 - 1799) [BrereT,PoetrOA].

Breton, Nicholas [1575], A smale handfull of fragrant Flwers, selected and gathered out of the lovely garden of sacred scriptures, fit for any honorable and vertuous Lady, the Lady Sheffeeld. By N. B. (London: Imprinted by Richard Iones [etc.], 1575) [BretoN,SmaleHO].

Breton, Nicholas [1577], The vvorkes of a young wyt, trust vp with a Fardell of pretie fancies, profitable to young Poetes, preiudicial to no man, and pleasaunt to every man to passe away idle tyme withall. Whereunto is ioyned an odde kynde of wooing, with a Banquet of Comfettes, to make an ende withall. Done by N. B. Gentleman (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Dawson, and Thomas Gardyner, 1577) [BretoN,VvorkOA].

Breton, Nicholas [1600], Pasqvils Mistresse; Or the worthie and vnworthie woman. VVith his description and passion of that Furie, Iealousie (London: Imprinted ... for Thomas Fisher [etc.], 1600) [BretoN,PasqvMO].

Breton, Nicholas [1601], No VVhippinge, nor trippinge: but a kinde friendly Snippinge (London: Imprinted ... for Iohn Browne, & Iohn Deane, 1601) [BretoN,NoVNTBA].

Breton, Nicholas [1602], Olde Mad - cappes new Gally - mawfrey. Made into a merrie messe of Minglemangle, out of these three idle - conceited Humours following. 1 I will not. 2 Oh, the merrie time. 3 Out vpon Money (London: Printed for Richard Iohnes [etc.], 1602) [BretoN,OldeMCN].

Breton, Nicholas [1605], Honest Counsaile. A Merrie fitte of a Poeticall Furie: Good to read, better to follow (London: Imprinted ... by W. W. for William Iones [etc.], 1605) [BretoN,HonesCA].

Breton, Nicholas [1613], The vncasing of Machivils Instructions to his sonne: VVith the Answere to the same (London: Printed for Thomas Bushell, 1613) [BretoN,VncasOM].

Breton, Nicholas [1879], The Works in Verse and Prose of Nicholas Breton: For the First Time Collected and Edited: With Memorial - Introduction, Notes and Illustrations, Glossarial Index, Facsimilies, &c. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart. In Two Volumes (Blackburn: [Printed for Private Circulation by T. and A. Constable], 1879) [BretoN,WorksIV].

Breval, John Durant [1708], Calpe, or Gibraltar. A Poem. By the Author of The Art of Dress (London: Printed, and Sold by R. Burleigh, 1708) [BrevaJD,CalpeOG].

Breval, John Durant [1719], Mac - Dermot: or the Irish Fortune - Hunter. A poem. In Six Canto's. By the Author of the Art of Dress (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1719) [BrevaJD,MacDOTI].

Breval, John Durant [1719], Ovid in Masquerade. Being A Burlesque upon the xiiith Book of His Metamorphoses, containing the Celebrated Speeches of Ajax and Ulysses. Designed for the Entertainment of those who had rather Laugh and be Merry, than be Merry and Wise. By Mr. Joseph Gay (London: Printed for E. Curle, 1719) [BrevaJD,OvidIMB].

Breval, John Durant [1719], The Church - Scuffle or, News from St. Andrew's. A Ballad. To the Tune of A begging we will go, &c. Written by Mr. Joseph Gay (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1719) [BrevaJD,ChurcSO].

Breval, John Durant [1733], The Lure of Venus: or, A Harlot's Progress. An Heroi - Comical Poem. In Six Cantos. By Mr. Joseph Gay. Founded Upon Mr. Hogarth's Six Paintings; and illustrated with Prints of them (London: , 1733) [BrevaJD,LureOVO].

Breval, John Durant [1739], The School of Venus: or, The Lady's Miscellany. Being, a Collection of Original Poems and Novels relating to Love and Gallantry. The Second Edition (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1739) [BrevaJD,SchooOV].

Brice, Thomas [1559], A compendious Register in Metre, conteining the names, and pacient suffryngs of the membres of Jesus Christ, and the tormented; and cruelly burned within Englande, since the death of our famous kyng, of immortal memory Edvvard the sixte: to the entrance and beginning of the raign, of our soueraigne & derest Lady Elizabeth of Englande, Fraunce and Irelande quene, defender of the faithe, to whose highnes truly and properly, apperteineth next and immediatly under God, the supreme power, and authoritie of the Churches of Englande and Irelande (: , 1559) [BriceT,CompeRI].

Brice, Thomas [1562], Against filthy writing / and such like delighting (London: Imprinted ... by John Alde for Edmond Halley [etc.], [1562]) [BriceT,AgainFW].

Bridges, Robert Seymour [1930], The testament of beauty: A poem in four books: by Robert Bridges (New York: Oxford University Press, 1930) [BridgRS,TestaOB].

Bridges, Robert Seymour [1936], Poetical Works of Robert Bridges excluding the eight dramas (London: Oxford University Press, 1936) [BridgRS,PoetiWO].

Broke, Arthur [1562], The Tragicall Historye of Romeus and Iuliet, written first in Italian by Bandell, and nowe in Englishe by Ar. Br. (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Tottill, 1562) [BrokeA,TragiHO].

Broke, Arthur [1563], A commendatory poem (1563) (In The Nobles or of Nobilitye. The original nature, dutyes, right, and Christian Institucion thereof three Bookes. Fyrste eloqventlye writte in Latine by Lawrence Humfrey ... late englished. Whereto for the readers commodititye, and matters affinitye, is coupled the small treatyse of Philo a Jewe. By the same Author out of the Greeke Latined, nowe also Englished (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1563)) [BrokeA,CommeP1].

Broke, Thomas [1568], An Epitaphe declaryng the lyfe and end of D. Edmund Boner &c. (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Daye [etc.], [1568]) [BrokeT,EpitaDT].

Brome, Alexander [1648], A Copie of Verses, said to be Composed by His Majestie, upon His first Imprisonment in the Isle of Wight (: , [1648]) [BromeA,CopieOV].

Brome, Alexander [1659], A record in rithme, being An Essay towards the Reformation of the Law, offer'd to the Consideration of the Committee appointed for that purpose ... VVritten by some men of Law, at a time when they had little else to doe ([London]: , [1659?]) [BromeA,RecorIR].

Brome, Alexander [1660], Arsy versy: or, the Second Martyrdom of the rump. To the Tune of, The Blind Beggar of Bednall - green ([London]: , [1660]) [BromeA,ArsyVOT].

Brome, Alexander [1660], Bumm - foder or, vvaste - paper Proper to wipe the Nation's Rump with, or your Own ([London]: , [1660?]) [BromeA,BummFOV].

Brome, Alexander [1661], Songs and other poems. By Alex. Brome (London: Printed for Henry Brome, 1661) [BromeA,SongsAO].

Brome, Alexander [1664], Songs and other poems by Alex. Brome. The second edition corrected and enlarged (London: Printed for Henry Brome [etc.], 1664) [BromeA,SongsAO].

Brome, Alexander [1668], Songs and other Poems: By Alex. Brome ... The Third Edition enlarged (London: Printed for Henry Brome [etc.], 1668) [BromeA,SongsAO].

Brontë, Emily Jane [1992], Emily Jane Brontë: The Complete Poems: Edited by Janet Gezari (London; New York: Penguin Books, 1992) [BrontEJ,EmilyJB].

Brooke, Henry [1753], A description of the College - Green Club. A satire. By the Farmer. With the State and Case, of Roebuck O Shagnessy, inscrib'd to the people of Ireland (Dublin: , 1753) [BrookH,DescrOT].

Brooke, Henry [1792], The Poetical Works of Henry Brooke ... In Four Volumes Octavo. Revised and corrected by the Original Manuscript With a Portrait of the Author, and His Life By Miss Brooke. The Third Edition (Dublin: Printed for the Editor, 1792) [BrookH,PoetiWO].

Broome, William [1728], The Oak, and the Dunghill. A Fable (London: Printed: and Sold by J. Roberts, 1728) [BroomW,OakATDA].

Broome, William [1739], Poems on several occasions. By William Broome ... The second edition, With large Alterations and Additions (London: Printed for Henry Lintot, 1739) [BroomW,PoemsOS].

Broome, William [1835], Odes D'Anacréon: Traduites en Français et en Prose par MM. Grégoire et Collombet; en Vers Français par MM. S. - Victor, F. Didot, Veissier Descombes, Fauche, Bignan, etc.; en Vers Latins par Henri Estienne et Élie André; en Vers Anglais par Fawkes, Broome, Greene, en Vers Allemands par Degen; en Vers Italiens par Rogati; en Vers Espagnols par D. Joseph et D. Bernabe Canga Arguelles. (Texte Grec en regard.) Précedées de L'Histoire de la Vie et des Ouvrages d'Anacréon, d'une Notice Bibliographique, etc., par J. B. Monfalcon; et suivies de la Traduction Complète d'Anacréon en Vers Anglais, par Thomas Moore; de Notes Empruntées à tous les Commentateurs, et des Poésies de Sappho; traduites en Français et en Prose par M. Bréghot du Lut. Édition Polyglotte, Publiée sous la Direction de J. B. Monfalcon (Paris: Louis Perrin, 1835) [BroomW,OdesDTE].

Brown, Oliver Madox [1876], The Dwale Bluth: Hebditch's Legacy and Other Literary Remains of Oliver Madox - Brown ... Edited by William M. Rossetti and F. Hueffer: With a Memoir and Two Portraits (London: Tinsley Brothers, 1876) [BrownOM,DwaleBH].

Brown, Thomas Edward [1900], The Collected Poems of T. E. Brown (London: Macmillan, 1900) [BrownTE,CollePO].

Brown, Thomas [1715], The works of Mr. Thomas Brown, Serious and Comical, In Prose and Verse; In four volumes. The Fourth Edition, Corrected, and much Enlarged from his Originals never before publish'd. With a key to all his Writings (London: Printed for Sam. Briscoe [etc.], 1715) [BrownT,WorksOM].

Brown, Thomas [1720], The remains of Mr. Tho. Brown, Serious and Comical, in Prose and Verse. In One Volume. Collected from scarce Papers and Original Mss. Which makes his Works Compleat. With Mr. Brown's Legacy for the Ladies, or characters of the Women of the Age. To which is prefix'd, A Key to all his Prophesies, Dialogues, Satyrs, Fables, Poems and Letters. (London: Printed for Sam. Briscoe ... R. Smith, G. Strahan [etc.], 1720) [BrownT,RemaiOM].

Browne, Isaac Hawkins [1768], Poems upon various subjects, Latin and English. By the late Isaac Hawkins Browne ... published by his son (London: Printed for J. Nourse ... and C. Marsh [etc.], 1768) [BrownIH,PoemsUV].

Browne, Moses [1721], The Throne of Justice: A Pindaric Ode: Humbly Dedicated to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Molesworth. By Mr. Browne (London: Printed for T. Edlin, 1721) [BrownM,ThronOJ].

Browne, Moses [1722], The Richmond beauties. A poem. Inscribed to Their Royal Highnesses the Young Princesses. By Mr. Browne (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1722) [BrownM,RichmBA].

Browne, Moses [1752], The Works and Rest of the Creation: By Moses Browne (London: Printed for A. Millar [etc.], 1752) [BrownM,WorksAR].

Browne, Moses [1755], Percy - Lodge, A Seat of the Duke and Duchess of Somerset, A Poem; Written by Command of their late Graces, (In the Year 1749.) And Inscribed to the Right Honourable The (present) Countess of Northumberland. By the Rev. Mr. Moses Browne (London: Printed for W. Owen ... E. Withers and W. Sanby ... and J. Buckland, 1755) [BrownM,PercyLA].

Browne, Moses [1772], The Excellency of the Knowledge of Jesus Christ. As a right, easy, and happy way of coming to a true, constant strength and establishment, in the Christian Life. By the Rev. John Liborius Zimmermann, Professor of Divinity in the University of Hall in Saxony. With a Supplementary Extract of the celebrated Professor Franck, on the Subject. Translated by Moses Browne ... (To which is added) in two parts, By way of Illustration, practical Direction, and Use, Experiences and Evidences of a very valuable divine, deceased (London: Printed only for the translator, 1772) [BrownM,ExcelOT].

Browne, Moses [1773], Angling Sports: In Nine Piscatory Eclogues. A New Attempt To introduce a more pleasing Variety and Mixture of Subjects and Characters into Pastoral. On the Plan of its primitive Rules and Manners. Suited to the Entertainment of Retirement, and the Lovers of Nature in rural Scenes. With an Essay in Defence of this Undertaking. By Moses Browne. The Third Edition, Corrected, and very much improved (London: Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, 1773) [BrownM,AngliSI].

Browne, William, of Tavistock [1868], The Whole Works of William Browne, of Tavistock ... Now first collected and edited, with a memoir of the poet, and notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt, of the Inner Temple ([London]: Printed for The Roxburghe Library, 1868) [BrownWO,WholeWO].

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett [1897], The Poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning: with a portrait (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1897) [BrownEB,PoetiWO].

Browning, Robert [1888], The Poetical Works of Robert Browning (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1888 - 1894) [BrownR,PoetiWO].

Bruce, Michael [1796], Poems, On Several Occasions, By Michael Bruce. A New Edition (Edinburgh: Printed By John Paterson [etc.], 1796) [BruceM,PoemsOS].

Bryant, John Frederick [1787], Verses by John Frederick Bryant, late tobacco - pipe maker at Bristol. Together with his life, written by himself (London: Printed for the author, [etc.], 1787) [BryanJF,VerseBJ].

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton [1807], Poems. By Samuel Egerton Brydges: 4th ed. (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme [etc.], 1807) [BrydgSS,PoemsBS].

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton [1814], Occasional Poems, Written in the Year MDCCCXI. By Samuel Egerton Brydges (Kent: Printed at the Private Press of Lee Priory, by Johnson and Warwick, 1814) [BrydgSS,OccasPW].

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton [1816], Bertram: A Poetical Tale, In Four Cantos. By Sir Egerton Brydges. Second Edition (London: Printed by T. Bensley and Son ... For Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [etc.], 1816) [BrydgSS,BertrAP].

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton [1816], This Edition of Select Poems, By Sir Egerton Brydges is limited to one hundred copies, of which many are intended for private distribution (: , 1816) [BrydgSS,ThisEOS].

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton [1824], Odo, Count of Lingen. A Poetical Tale: In Six Cantos. By Sir Egerton Brydges (Geneva: W. Fick, 1824) [BrydgSS,OdoCOLA].

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton [1831], Modern aristocracy, or the bard's reception; the fragment of a poem, written in March 1830 (Geneva: Printed by A. L. Vignier, 1831) [BrydgSS,ModerAO].

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton [1832], The Lake of Geneva, a poem, moral and descriptive, in seven books. With notes historical and biographical. In two volumes. By Sir Egerton Brydges (London; Geneva: Bossange and Co.; A. Cherbuliez, 1832) [BrydgSS,LakeOGA].

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton [1837], Moral Axioms in Single Couplets: For the Use of the Young, in Schools and Families. By Egerton Brydges (London: John Macrone, 1837) [BrydgSS,MoralAI].

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton [1850], Human Fate. A Poem. By the Late Sir Egerton Brydges ... Now First Printed (Verbatim) from the Author's MSS. in the Possession of Charles Clark. With an Appendix. A Very Limited Number Printed (Great Totham: Charles Clark's Private Press, 1850) [BrydgSS,HumanFA].

Buchanan, Robert Williams [1894], Red and white heather (London: Chatto and Windus, 1894) [BuchaRW,RedAWH].

Buchanan, Robert Williams [1901], The Complete Poetical Works of Robert Buchanan. In Two Volumes. With a Portrait (London: Chatto & Windus, 1901) [BuchaRW,ComplPW].

Bucke, Charles [1819], The Fall of the Leaf; And Other Poems. By Charles Bucke ... Fourth Edition (London: Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker [etc.], 1819) [BuckeC,FallOTL].

Bucke, Charles [1830], Julio Romano: or, The force of the passions. An epic drama. In six books. By Charles Bucke (London: Whittaker, Treacher, and Arnot, 1830) [BuckeC,JulioRO].

Buckler, Edward [1646], Midnights Meditations of Death: With Pious and Profitable Observations, and Consolations: Perused by Francis Quarles A little before his Death (London: Published by E. B. ... Printed by John Macock [etc.], 1646) [BucklE,MidniMO].

Bullen, Arthur Henry [1921], Weeping - Cross and Other Rimes by A. H. Bullen (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1921) [BulleAH,WeepiCA].

Bunn, Alfred [1816], Poems, by Mr. Alfred Bunn (London: C. Chapple, 1816) [BunnA,PoemsBM].

Bunn, Alfred [1819], Tancred, A Tale; And Other Poems. By the Author of Conrad, A Tragedy (London: Printed for the Author; By B. McMillan, 1819) [BunnA,TancrAT].

Burel, John [1595], To the Richt High Lodvvik Duke of Lenox ([Edinburgh]: , [1595?]) [BurelJ,ToTRHLD].

Burges, Sir James Bland [1780], Heroic epistle from Serjeant Bradshaw, in the Shades, to John Dunning, Esq. (London: Printed for G. Wilkie [etc.], 1780) [BurgeSJ,HeroiEF].

Burges, Sir James Bland [1801], Richard the First, A Poem: In Eighteen Books. By Sir James Bland Burges (London: Printed by C. Roworth, for T. Egerton [etc.], 1801) [BurgeSJ,RichaTF].

Burges, Sir James Bland [1807], The Exodiad, A Poem. By the authors of Calvary and Richard the First (London: Printed by J. Wright ... for Lackington, Allen, and Co. [etc.], 1807 - 1808) [BurgeSJ,ExodiAP].

Burges, Sir James Bland [1810], Songs, Duets, &c. in Tricks upon Travellers, a comic opera, in three acts; first performed at the English Opera, at the Lyceum Theatre, in the Strand, on Monday, July 9th, 1810. The music entirely new, composed by Mr. Reeve and Mr. C. Horn. The overture by Mr. Reeve. The new scenes by Mr. Greenwood. The dresses by Mr. Banks and Mrs. Robinson. Second edition (London: Printed for W. H. Wyatt ... by B. Mc Millan [etc.], 1810) [BurgeSJ,SongsDA].

Burges, Sir James Bland [1816], The Dragon Knight. A Poem, in twelve cantos. By Sir James Bland Burges (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown [etc.], 1816) [BurgeSJ,DragoKA].

Burges, Sir James Bland [1823], The birth and triumph of Love. A poem. By Sir James Bland Lamb: With the original designs by an illustrious personage. Engraved by P. W. Tomkins (London: Printed for the proprietor, by T. Bensley, 1823) [BurgeSJ,BirthAT].

Burgh, Benedict [1558], Here begynneth the boke of Cato both in Latyn and Englyshe (London: Imprinted ... by William Caplande, 1558) [BurghB,HereBTB].

Burgh, Benedict [1868], The Babees Book, Aristotles ABC, Urbanitatis, Stans Puer ad Mensam, The Lytille Childrenes Lytil Boke, The Bokes of Nurture of Hugh Rhodes and John Russell, Wynkyn de Worde's Boke of Keruynge, The Booke of Demeanor, The Boke of Curtasye, Seager's Schoole of Vertue, &c. &c. With some French and Latin poems on like subjects, and some forewords on education in early England. Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner, 1868) [BurghB,BabeeBA].

Burgh, Benedict [1892], [A Christemasse game, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. (Begründet von Rich. Paul Wülker.): Herausgegeben von Ewald Flügel und Gustav Schirmer (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1892) [BurghB,ACGIAZF].

Burgh, Benedict [1894], Lydgate and Burgh's Secrees of old Philisoffres. A version of the `Secreta Secretorum'. Edited from the Sloane MS. 2464, with introduction, notes, and glossary, by Robert Steele (London: Publisht for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1894) [BurghB,LydgaAB].

Burgh, Benedict [1905], [Parvus and Magnus Cato, in] Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen: Begründet von Ludwig Herrig: Herausgegeben von Alois Brandl und Heinrich Morf: LIX, LX Jahrgang, CXV, CXVI: Der neuen Serie XV, XVI Band (Braunschweig: Druck und Verlag von George Westermann, 1905 - 1906) [BurghB,ParvuAM].

Burns, James Drummond [1858], The Vision of Prophecy and Other Poems. By James D. Burns ... Second Edition (Edinburgh; London: Edmonston and Douglas; Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1858) [BurnsJD,VisioOP].

Burns, James Drummond [1869], Memoir and remains of the Rev. James D. Burns ... By the late Rev. James Hamilton (London: James Nisbet & Co., 1869) [BurnsJD,MemoiAR].

Burns, Robert [1896], The Poetry of Robert Burns: Edited by William Ernest Henley and Thomas F. Henderson (Edinburgh: T. C. and E. C. Jack, 1896) [BurnsR,PoetrOR].

Bush[e], Paul, Bishop of Bristol [1526], Here begynneth a lytell treatyse in Englysshe / called the Extripacion of ignorancy: and it treateth and speketh of the ignorance of people / shewyng them howe they are bounde to feare god / to loue god / and to honour their prince. Which treatise is lately compyled by sir Paule Busshe ... and dedicate unto the yong and most hye renomed lady Mary / princes & doughter unto the noble progenytour / our worthy souerayne kyng Henry the eight / kyng of Englade and of Frauce / & hye defeder of ye christenfaithe. &c. (London: Imprinted ... by Richarde Pynson [etc.], [1526]) [BushePB,HereBAL].

Butler, Samuel [1905], Samuel Butler: Hudibras: Written in the time of the late wars: The text edited by A. R. Waller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1905) [ButleS,SamueBH].

Butler, Samuel [1928], Satires and miscellaneous poetry and prose: Edited by René Lamar (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1928) [ButleS,SatirAM].

Byrom, John [1894], The Poems of John Byrom. Edited by Adolphus William Ward (Manchester: Printed for The Chetham Society, 1894 - 1895) [ByromJ,PoemsOJ].

Byron, George Gordon Noel, 6th Baron Byron [1898], The works of Lord Byron. A new, revised and enlarged edition, with illustrations. Edited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge [and R. E. Prothero] (London; New York: John Murray; Charles Scribner's Sons, 1898 - 1904) [ByronGG,WorksOL].

Byron, George Gordon Noel, 6th Baron Byron [1957], Byron's Don Juan: A Variorum Edition: Edited by Truman Guy Steffan and Willis W. Pratt (Austin; Edinburgh: University of Texas Press; Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1957) [ByronGG,ByronDJ].

C. G., gent. [1600], The Minte of deformities (London: Imprinted ... for William Iones [etc.], 1600) [CGG,MinteOD].

Calendar of Shepherds, The [1892], The kalender of shepherdes: the edition of Paris 1503 in photographic facsimile: a faithful reprint of R. Pynson's edition of London 1506. Edited with a critical introduction and glossary by H. Oskar Sommer (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1892) [CalenOS,KalenOS].

Call, Wathen Mark Wilks [1871], Golden Histories, etc. By Wathen Mark Wilks Call (London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1871) [CallWMW,GoldeHE].

Call, Wathen Mark Wilks [1875], Reverberations. Revised with a chapter from my autobiography. By W. M. W. Call (London: Trübner & Co., 1875) [CallWMW,ReverRW].

Callanan, Jeremiah Joseph [1861], The Poems of J. J. Callanan. A New Edition, with Biographical Introduction and Notes (Cork: Daniel Mulcahy, 1861) [CallaJJ,PoemsOJ].

Calverley, Charles Stuart [1901], The Complete Works of C. S. Calverley ... With a Biographical Notice by Sir Walter J. Sendall (London: George Bell and Sons, 1901) [CalveCS,ComplWO].

Cambridge, Richard Owen [1756], The Genius of Britain. An Iambic Ode. Addressed to the Right Hon. William Pitt (London: Printed for M. Cooper [etc.], 1756) [CambrRO,GeniuOB].

Cambridge, Richard Owen [1803], The Works of Richard Owen Cambridge. Including several pieces never before published: with an account of his life and character, by his son, George Owen Cambridge (London: Printed by Luke Hansard ... and sold by T. Cadell and W. Davies ... and T. Payne [etc.], 1803) [CambrRO,WorksOR].

Campbell, George Douglas, 8th Duke of Argyll [1894], The Burdens of Belief and Other Poems: By The Duke of Argyll (London: John Murray, 1894) [CampbGD,BurdeOB].

Campbell, Thomas [1871], Poems (London: Charles Griffin and Co., 1871) [CampbT,Poems].

Campbell, Thomas [1907], The complete poetical works of Thomas Campbell: Oxford edition: Edited, with notes by J. Logie Robertson (London; New York: Henry Frowde: Oxford University Press, 1907) [CampbT,ComplPW].

Campion, Thomas [1967], The Works of Thomas Campion: Complete Songs, Masques, and Treatises with a Selection of the Latin Verse: Edited with an introduction and notes by Walter R. Davis (New York: Doubleday & Company, 1967) [CampiT,WorksOT].

Canning, George [1825], The Poetical Works of the Right Hon. George Canning, Comprising the Whole of his Satires, Odes, Songs, and Other Poems (Glasgow: J. Starke, 1825) [CanniG,PoetiWO].

Canning, George [1829], The pilgrimage to Mecca. Translated from the Latin prize poem recited in the theatre at Oxford, A. D. 1789. By George Canning (Warwick: Printed by E. Heathcote, 1829) [CanniG,PilgrTM].

Canton, William [1887], A Lost Epic and Other Poems: By William Canton (London; Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1887) [CantoW,LostEAO].

Canton, William [1896], W. V. Her Book and Various Verses: By William Canton ... With Two Illustrations by C. E. Brock (London: Isbister, 1896) [CantoW,WVHBAVV].

Canton, William [1901], In memory of W. V.: William Canton (London: J. M. Dent & Co., 1901) [CantoW,InMOWVW].

Canton, William [1902], The Comrades: Poems Old & New: By William Canton (London: Isbister & Co., 1902) [CantoW,ComraPO].

Canton, William [1912], The Invisible Playmate: W. V. her Book & In Memory of W. V.: By William Canton (London; New York: J. M. Dent & Sons; E. P. Dutton & Co., [1912]) [CantoW,InvisPW].

Carew, Richard, of Anthony [1594], Godfrey of Boulloigne, or The Recouerie of Hierusalem. An Heroicall poeme written in Italian by Seig. Torquato Tasso, and translated into English by R. C. Esquire: And now the first part containing five Cantos, Imprinted in both Languages (London: Imprinted by John Windet for Christopher Hunt, 1594) [CarewRO,GodfrOB].

Carew, Richard, of Anthony [1598], A Herrings Tayle: Contayning a Poeticall fiction of diuers matters worthie the reading (London: Printed for Matthew Lownes, 1598) [CarewRO,HerriTC].

Carew, Thomas [1640], Poems. By Thomas Carew (London: Printed by I. D. for Thomas Walkley [etc.], 1640) [CarewT,PoemsBT].

Carew, Thomas [1651], Poems, With a Maske, by Thomas Carew; The Songs were set in Musick by Mr. Henry Lawes. The third Edition revised and enlarged (London: Printed for H. M. and are to be sold by J. Mantin [etc.], 1651) [CarewT,PoemsWA].

Carey, Henry [1726], A hue and cry, After M---k, late Master to a Corporation in the City of Dublin By the Author of Namby Pamby (: , [1726]) [CareyH,HueACAM].

Carey, Henry [1729], Poems on several occasions. By H. Carey. The Third Edition, much enlarged (London: Printed by E. Say, 1729) [CareyH,PoemsOS].

Carey, Henry [1735], Of Stage Tyrants. An Epistle to the Right Honourable Philip Earl of Chesterfield. Occasion'd by the Honest Yorkshire - Man being rejected at Drury - Lane Play - House, and since Acted at other Theatres with Universal Applause. By Mr. Carey (London: Printed for J. Shuckburgh, and L. Gilliver ... J. Jackson ... and J. Leake ... And sold by A. Dodd ... E. Nutt and E. Cook [etc.], 1735) [CareyH,OfSTAET].

Carey, Henry [1741], An Ode to Mankind: Address'd to the Prince of Wales (London: Printed for R. Dodsley ... and sold by T. Cooper [etc.], 1741) [CareyH,OdeTMAT].

Carey, Henry [1772], Cupid and Hymen; a Voyage to the Isles of love and matrimony. Containing A most Diverting Account of the Inhabitants of those Two Vast and Populous Countries, their Laws, Customs, and Government. Interspersed With many useful Directions and Cautions how to avoid the dangerous Precipices and Quicksands that these Islands abound with, and wherein so many Thousands, who have undertaken the Voyage, have miserably perished. By the Facetious H. C. and T. B.: To which are added, a map of the Island of Marriage; The Batchelor's Estimate of the Expences attending a Married Life. The Married Man's Answer to it; None but Fools Marry, a Vindication of the Estimate; and a Boulster Lecture, &c. By Simon Single ... The Fourth Edition (London: Printed for J. Brown ... J. Williams ... W. Pridden ... W. Cooke, and Mrs. Weller [etc.], 1772) [CareyH,CupidAH].

Carpenter, Edward [1873], Narcissus and Other Poems. By E. Carpenter (London: Henry S. King, 1873) [CarpeE,NarciAO].

Carpenter, Edward [1908], Sketches from Life in Town and Country: And some Verses: By Edward Carpenter: With Portrait (London: George Allen & Sons, [1908]) [CarpeE,SketcFL].

Cartwright, William [1651], Comedies, Tragi - comedies, With other Poems, by Mr William Cartwright ... The Ayres and Songs set by Mr Henry Lawes (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1651) [CartwW,ComedTC].

Cartwright, William [1671], November (: , 1671) [CartwW,Novem].

Cary, Henry Francis [1788], An Irregular Ode to General Elliott. By Henry Francis Cary (Birmingham: Printed by E. Piercy [etc.], [1788]) [CaryHF,IrregOT].

Cary, Henry Francis [1788], Sonnets and Odes by Henry Francis Cary (London: Printed by J. Robson and W. Clarke, 1788) [CaryHF,SonneAO].

Cary, Henry Francis [1797], Ode to General Kosciusko, by H. F. Cary (London: Printed for T. Cadell, Junior, and W. Davies [etc.], 1797) [CaryHF,OdeTGKB].

Cary, Patrick [1820], Trivial poems, and triolets. Written in obedience to Mrs Tomkin's commands, By Patrick Carey (London: John Murray [etc.], 1820) [CaryP,TriviPA].

Castillo, John [1831], A Specimen of the Bilsdale Dialect; or, Two Poems on Isaac Telltruth and Sammy Standfast (Northallerton: Printed by J. Metcalfe, [1831]) [CastiJ,SpeciOT].

Castillo, John [1843], Awd Isaac, The Steeplechase, and Other Poems; With a Glossary of the Yorkshire Dialect. By John Castillo (Whitby: Home & Richardson, 1843) [CastiJ,AwdITSA].

Castillo, John [1858], The bard of the dales; or poems and miscellaneous pieces; with a life of the author, written by himself. By John Castillo (Stokesley: W. F. Pratt, 1858) [CastiJ,BardOTD].

Caswall, Edward [1865], A May Pageant and Other Poems, By Edward Caswall (London: Burns, Lambert, & Co., 1865) [CaswaE,MayPAOP].

Caswall, Edward [1873], Hymns and Poems: Original and Translated: By Edward Caswall ... Second Edition (London: Burns, Oates & Co.; Basil Montagu Pickering, 1873) [CaswaE,HymnsAP].

Cavendish, George [1825], The life of Cardinal Wolsey. By George Cavendish, his gentleman usher. And metrical visions, from the original autograph manuscript. With notes and other illustrations, by Samuel Weller Singer (Chiswick: Harding, Triphook, and Lepard, 1825) [CavenG,LifeOCW].

Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle [1653], Philosophicall Fancies. Written By the Right Honourable, the Lady Newcastle (London: Printed by Tho. Roycroft, for J. Martin and J. Allestrye, 1653) [CavenMD,PhiloFW].

Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle [1655], The Worlds Olio: Written By the Right Honorable, the Lady Margaret Newcastle (London: Printed for J. Martin and J. Allestrye [etc.], 1655) [CavenMD,WorldOW].

Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle [1664], Philosophical Letters: or, Modest Reflections Upon some Opinions in Natural Philosophy, Maintained By several Famous and Learned Authors of this Age, Expressed by way of Letters: By the Thrice Noble, Illustrious, and Excellent Princess, The Lady Marchioness of Newcastle (London: , 1664) [CavenMD,PhiloLO].

Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle [1664], Poems, and phancies, written By the Thrice Noble, Illustrious, And Excellent Princess The Lady Marchioness of Newcastle. The Second Impression, much Altered and Corrected (London: Printed by William Wilson, 1664) [CavenMD,PoemsAP].

Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle [1671], Natures Picture Drawn by Fancies Pencil To the Life. Being several Feigned Stories, Comical, Tragical, Tragi - comical, Poetical, Romancical, Philosophical, Historical, and Moral: Some in Verse, some in Prose; some Mixt, and some by Dialogues. Written by the Thrice Noble, Illustrious, and most Excellent Princess, The Duchess of Newcastle. The Second Edition (London: Printed by A. Maxwell, 1671) [CavenMD,NaturPD].

Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle [1717], The charms of liberty: A poem, by the late Duke of D--- To which is added, epigrams, poems and satyrs. Written by several hands (London: , 1717) [CavenW1,CharmOL].

Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle [1956], The Phanseys of William Cavendish Marquis of Newcastle addressed to Margaret Lucas and her Letters in reply: Edited by Douglas Grant (London: The Nonesuch Press, 1956) [CavenW1,PhansOW].

Cawthorn, James [1771], Poems, by the Rev. Mr. Cawthorn (London: Printed by W. Woodfall ... And sold by S. Bladon [etc.], 1771) [CawthJ,PoemsBT].

Chalkhill, John [1683], Thealma and Clearchus. A Pastoral History, In smooth and easie Verse. Written long since, By John Chalkhill (London: Printed for Benj. Tooke [etc.], 1683) [ChalkJ,ThealAC].

Chaloner, Sir Thomas, the elder [1804], [Helen to Paris, in] Nugae Antiquae: being a miscellaneous collection of original papers, in prose and verse; written during the reigns of Henry VIII. Edward VI. Queen Mary, Elizabeth and King James: by Sir John Harington ... And by others who lived in those Times. Selected from authentic remains By the late Henry Harington ... and newly arranged, with illustrative notes, by Thomas Park (London: Printed by J. Wright ... for Vernor and Hood, Poultry, and Cuthell and Martin [etc.], 1804) [ChaloST,HelenTP].

Chamberlain, Robert [1638], Nocturnall Lucubrations: or, Meditations Divine and Morall. Whereunto are added Epigrams and Epitaphs: written by Rob: Chamberlain (London: Printed by M. F. for Daniel Frere [etc.], 1638) [ChambR,NoctuLO].

Chamberlain, Robert [1639], Conceits, Clinches, Flashes, and Whimsies. Newly studied, with some Collections but those never published before in this kinde (London: Printed by R. Hodgkinsonne for Daniel Frere [etc.], 1639) [ChambR,ConceCF].

Chamberlain, Robert [1661], Balaam's asse Cudgeld: Or the Cry of town and countrey against Scandalous and Seditious Scriblers (London: Printed for the Authour, 1661) [ChambR,BalaaAC].

Chamberlayne, Sir James [1680], A Sacred Poem wherein the Birth Miracles: Death Resurrection and Ascension of the Most Holy Jesus are delineated With His Prayer before his Apprehension: Also Eighteen of David's Psalms with the Book of Lamentations Paraphrased. Together with Poems on several Occasions. By James Chamberlayne (London: Printed by R. E. for R. Bentley, and M. Magnes [etc.], 1680) [ChambSJ,SacrePW].

Chamberlayne, Sir James [1681], Manuductio ad Coelum. A Poem. In Two Parts. I. Of Joy and Sadness. How a good Man ought to rejoice. He that looks before him is not cast down. Several Antidotes against Sorrow. II. Of Patience: The Occasions and Effects of it. The Signs of it. An Exhortation to it; with Instructions how to behave our selves in Adversity. The necessity of Perseverance. Extracted out of the Writings of the Holy Fathers and Ancient Philosophers, by John Bona a Cistertian Abbot: and turned into Verse by James Chamberlayne (London: Printed for R. Bentley and M. Magnes, 1681) [ChambSJ,ManudAC].

Chamberlayne, William [1659], Pharonnida: A Heroick Poem. By William Chamberlayne (London: Printed for Robert Clavell [etc.], 1659) [ChambW,PharoAH].

Chamberlayne, William [1660], Englands Iubile: Or, A Poem on the happy return of his Sacred Majesty, Charls the II (London: Printed for Robert Clavell, 1660) [ChambW,EnglaIO].

Chandler, Mary [1736], The Description Of Bath. A Poem. Humbly Inscribed To Her Royal Highness the Princess Amelia. By Mrs. Mary Chandler. The Third Edition. To which are added, Several Poems by the same Author. (London: Printed for James Leake, Bookseller in Bath, 1736) [ChandM,DescrOB].

Chapman, George [1594], &grS;&grk;&grig;&gra; &grn;&gru;&grk;&grt;&grog;&grst;. The Shadovv of Night: Cantaining Two Poeticall Hymnes, Deuised by G. C. (London: Printed by R. F. for William Ponsonby, 1594) [ChapmG,GrsgrGT].

Chapman, George [1595], Ouids Banquet of Sence. A Coronet for his Mistresse Philosophie, and his amorous Zodiacke. With a translation of a Latine coppie, written by a Fryer, Anno Dom. 1400 (London: Printed by I. R. for Richard Smith, 1595) [ChapmG,OuidsBO].

Chapman, George [1609], Evthymiae Raptvs; Or The Teares of Peace: With Interlocutions. By Geo. Chapman (London: Printed by H. L. for Rich. Bonian, and H. Walley [etc.], 1609) [ChapmG,EvthyRO].

Chapman, George [1612], An Epicede or Funerall Song: On the most disastrous Death, of the High - borne Prince of Men, Henry Prince of Wales, &c. With The Funeralls, and Representation of the Herse of the same High and mighty Prince; Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornewaile and Rothsay, Count Palatine of Chester, Earle of Carick, and late Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter. Which Noble Prince deceased at St James, the sixt day of November, 1612. and was most Princely interred the seventh day of December following, within the Abbey of Westminster, in the Eighteenth yeere of his Age (London: Printed by T. S. for Iohn Budge [etc.], 1612) [ChapmG,EpiceOF].

Chapman, George [1612], Petrarchs seven penitentiall psalms, paraphrastically translated: With other Philosophicall Poems, and a Hymne to Christ vpon the Crosse. Written by George Chapman (London: Imprinted for Matthevv Selman [etc.], 1612) [ChapmG,PetraSP].

Chapman, George [1614], A free and offenceles iustification, of a lately puvblisht and most maliciously misinterpreted Poeme: Entitvled Andromeda liberata (London: Printed for Laurence L'Isle [etc.], 1614) [ChapmG,FreeAOI].

Chapman, George [1614], Andromeda Liberata. Or the Nvptials of Persevs and Andromeda. By George Chapman (London: Printed for Lavrence L'Isle [etc.], 1614) [ChapmG,AndroLO].

Chapman, George [1614], Evgenia: Or Trve Nobilities Trance; For The Most Memorable Death, of The Thrice Noble And Religiovs; William Lord Rvssel, &c. Divided into foure Vigils of the Night. By Geo. Chapman (London: , 1614) [ChapmG,EvgenOT].

Chapman, George [1616], The Divine Poem of Mvsaeus. First of all Bookes. Translated According to the Originall, By Geo: Chapman (London: Printed by Isaac Iaggard, 1616) [ChapmG,DivinPO].

Chapman, George [1616], The Whole Works of Homer; Prince of Poetts: In his Iliads, and Odysses. Translated according to the Greeke. By Geo: Chapman (London: Printed for Nathaniell Butter, [1616]) [ChapmG,WholeWO].

Chapman, George [1618], The Georgicks of Hesiod, by George Chapman; Translated elaborately out of the Greek: Containing Doctrine of Husbandrie, Moralitie, and Pietie; with a perpetuall Calendar of Good and Bad Daies; Not superstitious, but necessarie (as farre as naturall Causes compell) for all Men to obserue, and difference in following their affaires (London: Printed by H. L. for Miles Partrich [etc.], 1618) [ChapmG,GeorgOH].

Chapman, George [1622], Pro vere, avtvmni lachrymae. Inscribed to the immortal memorie of the most Pious and Incomparable Souldier, Sir Horatio Vere, Knight: Besieged and distrest in Mainhem. By Geo: Chapman (London: Printed by B. Alsop for Th. Walkley [etc.], 1622) [ChapmG,ProVALI].

Chapman, George [1629], A Iustification of a Strange Action of Nero, in burying with a solemne Fvnerall, One of the cast Hayres of his Mistresse Poppaea. Also a iust reproofe of a Romane Smell - Feast, being the fifth Satyre of Ivvenall. Translated by George Chapman (London: Imprinted ... by Tho. Harper, 1629) [ChapmG,IustiOA].

Chappell, Bartholomew [1595], The Garden of Prudence. Wherein is contained, A patheticall Discourse, and godly Meditation, most brieflie touching the vanities of the world, the calamities of hell, and the felicities of heaven. You shal also find planted in the same, diuers sweet and pleasant Flowers, most necessarie and comfortable both for body and soule (London: Printed ... by Richard Iohnes [etc.], 1595) [ChappB,GardeOP].

Charles, Elizabeth [1887], Songs Old and New ... Collected Edition (London; Edinburgh; New York: T. Nelson and Sons, 1887) [CharlE,SongsOA].

Chatterton, Thomas [1875], The Poetical Works of Thomas Chatterton: with an essay on the Rowley poems by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat and a memoir by Edward Bell (London: George Bell, 1875) [ChattT,PoetiWO].

Chaucer, Geoffrey [1894], The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer: Edited, from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1894 - 1897) [ChaucG,ComplWO].

Chester, Sir Robert [1601], Loves martyr: or, Rosalins complaint. Allegorically shadowing the truth of Loue, in the constant Fate of the Phoenix and Turtle. A Poeme enterlaced with much varietie and raritie; now first translated out of the uenerable Italian Torquato Caeliano, by Robert Chester. With the true legend of famous King Arthur, the last of the nine Worthies, being the first Essay of a new British Poet: collected out of diuerse Authenticall Records. To these are added some new compositions, of seuerall moderne Writers whose names are subscribed to their seuerall workes, upon the first Subiect: viz. the Phoenix and Turtle (London: Imprinted for E. B., 1601) [ChestSR,LovesMO].

Chester, Sir Robert [1914], Poems by Sir John Salusbury and Robert Chester. With an introduction by Carleton Brown (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. ... and by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1914) [ChestSR,PoemsBS].

Chudleigh, Lady Mary [1703], Poems on Several Occasions. Together with the Song of the Three Children Paraphras'd. By The Lady Chudleigh (London: Printed by W. B. for Bernard Lintott [etc.], 1703) [ChudlLM,PoemsOS].

Chudleigh, Lady Mary [1710], Essays upon Several Subjects In Prose and Verse. Written by the Lady Chudleigh (London: Printed by T. H. for R. Bonwicke, W. Freeman [etc.], 1710) [ChudlLM,EssayUS].

Churchill, Charles [1933], Poems of Charles Churchill: Edited by James Laver ([London]: The King's Printers, 1933) [ChurcC,PoemsOC].

Churchyard, Thomas [1560], The Contention bettwyxte Churchyeard and Camell, vpon Dauid Dycers Dreame sett out in suche order, that it is bothe wyttye and profytable for all degryes. Rede this littell comunication betwene Churchyarde: Camell: and others mo: Newlye Imprinted and sett furthe for thy profyt gentill Reader (London: Imprinted ... by Owen Rogers, for Mychell Dobler [etc.], 1560) [ChurcT,ConteBC].

Churchyard, Thomas [1566], A Farewell cauld, Churchyeards, rounde. From the Courte to the Cuntry grownd (London: Imprinted ... by Wylliam Gryffith, [1566]) [ChurcT,FarewCC].

Churchyard, Thomas [1566], A greatter thanks, for Churchyardes welcome home (London: Imprinted ... by Alexander Lacy for Arthour Pepwel [etc.], [1566]) [ChurcT,GreatTF].

Churchyard, Thomas [1566], Churchyardes Lamentation of Freyndshyp (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Colwell for Nicolas Dyer [etc.], [1566]) [ChurcT,ChurcLO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1566], Churchyardes farewell ([London]: Printed ... by Edwarde Russell, [1566]) [ChurcT,ChurcF].

Churchyard, Thomas [1568], A commendatory poem (1568) (In Pithy pleasaunt and profitable workes of maister Skelton, Poete Laureate. Now collected and newly published (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1568)) [ChurcT,CommeP1].

Churchyard, Thomas [1570], A discourse of Rebellion, drawne forth for to warne the wanton wittes how to kepe their heads on their shoulders (London: Imprinted ... by VVylham Griffith, 1570) [ChurcT,DiscoOR].

Churchyard, Thomas [1570], The Epitaphe of the honourable Earle of Penbroke, Baron of Cardiffe, and Knight of the most Noble order of the garter. Who dyed Lord stueward of the Queenes maiesties houshold, and of her priuie counsell (London: Imprinted ... by Wylliam Gryffith [etc.], 1570) [ChurcT,EpitaOT].

Churchyard, Thomas [1572], Commendatory verse to Hvloets dictionarie (1572) (In Hvloets dictionarie, newelye corrected, amended, set in order and enlarged, vvith many names of men, tovvnes, beastes, foules, fishes, trees, shrubbes, herbes, fruites, places, instrumentes &c. And in eche place fit phrases, gathered out of the best Latin authors. Also the Frenche thereunto annexed, by vvhich you may finde the Latin or Frenche, of anye Englishe worde you will. By Iohn Higgins (London: In aedibus Thomae Marshij, 1572)) [ChurcT,CommeVT].

Churchyard, Thomas [1572], The thre first bookes of Ouids De Tristibvs, translated into Englishe (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1572) [ChurcT,ThreFBO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1573], (In The pilgrimage of Princes, penned out of sundry Greeke and Latine aucthours, by Lodovvicke Lloid (London: Printed by VVilliam Iones [etc.], [1573])) [ChurcT,].

Churchyard, Thomas [1575], The firste parte of Churchyardes Chippes, contayning twelue seuerall Labours. Deuised and published, only by Thomas Churchyard (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1575) [ChurcT,FirstPO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1578], A Lamentable, and pitifull Description, of the wofull warres in Flaunders, since the foure last yeares of the Emperor Charles the fifth his raigne. With a briefe rehearsall of many things done since that season, vntill this present yeare, and death of Don Iohn. Written by Thomas Churchyarde (London: Imprinted ... by Ralph Nevvberie, 1578) [ChurcT,LamenAP].

Churchyard, Thomas [1578], A discourse of The Queenes Maiesties entertainement in Suffolk and Norffolk: With a description of many things then presently seene. Devised by Thomas Chvrchyarde ... with divers shewes of his own invention sette out at Norwich: And some rehearsal of hir Highnesse retourne from Progresse. Wherevnto is adioyned a commendation of Sir Humfrey Gilberts ventrous journey (London: Imprinted by Henrie Bynneman [etc.], 1578) [ChurcT,DiscoOT].

Churchyard, Thomas [1578], A prayse and reporte of Maister Martyne Forboishers voyage to Meta Incognita. (A name given by a mightie and most great personage) in which praise and reporte is written divers discourses never published by any man as yet. Now spoken of by Thomas Churchyarde, and dedicated to the right honorable M. Secretarie Wilson, one of the Queenes Maiesties most honorable Priuie Counsell (London: Imprinted ... for Andrew Maunsell [etc.], 1578) [ChurcT,PraysAR].

Churchyard, Thomas [1579], A generall rehearsall of warres, wherein is fiue hundred seuerall seruices of land and sea: as sieges, battailles, skirmiches, and encounters ... And ioyned to the same some Tragedies and Epitaphes, as many as was necessarie for this firste booke ... Written by Thomas Churchyard (London: Imprinted ... by Edward VVhite [etc.], [1579]) [ChurcT,GenerRO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1579], The Miserie of Flavnders, Calamitie of Fraunce, Misfortune of Portugall, Unquietnes of Irelande, Troubles of Scotlande: And the blessed State of Englande. VVritten by Tho. Churchyarde (London: Imprinted ... for Andrewe Maunsell [etc.], 1579) [ChurcT,MiserOF].

Churchyard, Thomas [1580], A light Bondell of liuly discourses called Churchyards Charge, presented as a Newe yeres gifte to the right honourable, the Earl of Surrie, in which Bondell of verses is sutche varietie of matter, and seuerall inuentions, that maie bee as delitefull to the Reader, as it was a Charge and labour to the writer, sette forthe for a peece of pastime, by Thomas Churchyarde (London: Imprinted ... by Ihon Kyngston, 1580) [ChurcT,LightBO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1580], A pleasaunte Laborinth called Churchyardes Chance, framed on Fancies, uttered with verses, and writtee to giue solace to eury well disposed mynde: wherein not withstanding are many heauie Epitaphes, sad and sorowfull discourses and sutche a multitude of other honest pastymes for the season (and passages of witte) that the reader therein maie thinke his tyme well bestowed. All whiche workes for the pleasure of the worlde, and recreation of the worthie, and dedicated to the right honourable sir Thomas Bromley, Knight, Lorde Chancelour of Englande (London: Imprinted ... by Ihon Kyngston, 1580) [ChurcT,PleasLC].

Churchyard, Thomas [1580], A warning for the wise, a feare to the fond, a bridle to the lewde, and a glasse to the good. Written of the late Earthquake chanced in London and other places, the. 6. of April 1580. for the glorie of God, and benefite of men that warely can walke, and wisely can iudge. Set forth in verse and prose, by Thomas Churchyard (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Allde, and Nicholas Lyng [etc.], 1580) [ChurcT,WarniFT].

Churchyard, Thomas [1587], The Epitaph of Sir Phillip Sidney Knight, lately Lord Gouernour of Floshing (London: Imprinted ... by George Robinson for Thomas Cadman, 1587) [ChurcT,EpitaOS].

Churchyard, Thomas [1587], The Worthines of Wales: Wherein are more then a thousand seuerall things rehearsed: some set out in prose to the pleasure of the Reader, and with such varietie of verse for the beautifying of the Book, as no doubt shal delight thousands to vnderstand. Which worke is enterlarded with many wonders and right strange matter to consider of: All the which labour and deuice is drawne forth and set out by Thomas Churchyard, to the glorie of God, and honour of his Prince and Countrey (London: Imprinted ... by G. Robinson, for Thomas Cadman, 1587) [ChurcT,WorthOW].

Churchyard, Thomas [1588], A sparke of frendship and warme goodwill, that shewes the effect of trve affection and vnfoldes the finenesse of this world. VVhereunto is ioined, the commoditie of sundrie Sciences, the benefit that paper bringeth, with many rare matters rehearsed in the same: with a description & commendation of a Paper Mill, now and of late set vp (neere the Towne of Darthford) by an high Germayn called M. Spilman, Ieweller to the Qu. most excellent Maiestie. Written by Thomas Chvrchyard (London: , 1588) [ChurcT,SparkOF].

Churchyard, Thomas [1591], A reuyuing of the deade by verses that foloweth: Which makes worthy men knowen, by the examples of King Henry the eight: King Edward the sixt: Sir Walter Mildmay: the last Erle of Warwick: and Sir Christofer Hatton, lately L. Chaunceller of England. With a declaration of the names of all the most honourable Counsellers, that haue dyed since the beginning of the Queens Maiesties raigne (London: Printed for Edward White [etc.], 1591) [ChurcT,ReuyuOT].

Churchyard, Thomas [1592], A Feast full of sad cheere (London: Printed for William Holme [etc.], 1592) [ChurcT,FeastFO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1592], A handefvl of gladsome verses, giuen to the Queenes Maiesty at Woodstocke this prograce. By Thomas Chvrchyarde (Oxford: Printed by Ioseph Barnes [etc.], 1592) [ChurcT,HandeOG].

Churchyard, Thomas [1593], A Pleasant conceite penned in verse. Collourably sette out, and humblie presented on Newe - yeeres day last, to the Queenes Maiestie at Hampton Courte. Anno. Domini. 1593 (London: Printed by Roger Warde, 1593) [ChurcT,PleasCP].

Churchyard, Thomas [1593], Chvrchyards Challenge (London: Printed by John Wolfe, 1593) [ChurcT,ChvrcC].

Churchyard, Thomas [1594], The mirror of Man, And manners of Men. Written by Thomas Chvrchyard (London: Imprinted ... by Arnold Hatfield for W. Holme, 1594) [ChurcT,MirroOM].

Churchyard, Thomas [1595], A Mvsicall Consort of Heauenly harmonie (compounded out of manie parts of Musicke) called Chvrchyards Charitie (London: Imprinted ... by Ar. Hatfield, for William Holme, 1595) [ChurcT,MvsicCO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1596], A pleasant Discourse of Court and Wars: with a replication to them both, and a commendation of all those that truly serue Prince and countrie. Written by Thomas Churchyard, and called his Cherrishing (London: Imprinted ... by Ar. Hatfield for William Holme, 1596) [ChurcT,PleasDO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1596], A sad and solemne Funerall, of the right Honorable Sir Francis Knowles Knight, treasorer of the Queenes Maiesties houshold, one of her priuie councell, and knight of the most honorable order of the Garter. Written by Thomas Churchyard (London: Imprinted ... by Ar. Hatfield, for William Holme, 1596) [ChurcT,SadASFO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1596], The Honor of the Lawe. Written by Thomas Churchyard (London: Imprinted ... by Ar. Hatfield for William Holme, 1596) [ChurcT,HonorOT].

Churchyard, Thomas [1598], A wished reformacion of wicked Rebellion. Nevvly set foorth by Thomas Churchyard (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Este, 1598) [ChurcT,WisheRO].

Churchyard, Thomas [1599], The Fortunate Farewell to the most forward and noble Earle of Essex, one of the honorable privie Counsel, Earle high Marshal of England, Master of the horse, Master of the ordinance, Knight of the garter, & Lord Lieutenant general of all the Queenes Maiesties forces in Ireland ... Written by Thomas Churchyard (London: Printed ... by Edm. Bollisant, for William Wood [etc.], 1599) [ChurcT,FortuFT].

Churchyard, Thomas [1602], The wonders of the ayre, the trembling of the earth, And the warnings of the world before the Iudgement day. Written by Thomas Churchyard (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Dawson, 1602) [ChurcT,WondeOT].

Churchyard, Thomas [1603], Sorrovvfull Verses made on the death of our most Soueraigne Lady Queene Elizabeth, my Gracious Mistresse ([London?]: , [1603?]) [ChurcT,SorroVM].

Churchyard, Thomas [1604], Churchyards good will. Sad and heauy Verses, in the nature of an Epitaph, for the losse of the Archbishop of Canterbury, lately deceased, Primate and Metropolitane of all England. Written by Thomas Churchyard (London: Imprinted ... by Simon Stafford [etc.], 1604) [ChurcT,ChurcGW].

Chute, Anthony [1593], Beawtie dishonoured vvritten vnder the Title of Shores Wife. (London: Imprinted by Iohn Wolfe, 1593) [ChuteA,BeawtDV].

Clapham, Henoch [1601], Aelohim - triune, displayed by his workes Physicall and Meta - physicall, in a Poeme of diuerse forme. Adapted to the Hebrue text, the frame of Diuinitie, and Catholike exposition. Togither, With necessarie marginall notes for relieuing of the young student. The First Part. By Henoch Clapham (London: Imprinted ... for Iohn Harrison [etc.], 1601) [ClaphH,AelohTD].

Clapham, Henoch [1608], A Briefe of the Bibles History: Drawne First into English Poësy, and then illustrated by apt Annotations: whereto is now added a Synopsis of the Bibles Doctrine. The third Aedition, in sundry things amended and enlarged. By Henoch Clapham (London: Imprinted ... by R. B. for Nathaniell Butter, 1608) [ClaphH,BriefOT].

Clare, John [1835], The rural muse poems by John Clare (London: Whitaker & C. S. Ave, 1835) [ClareJ,RuralMP].

Clare, John [1935], The Poems of John Clare Edited with an Introduction by J. W. Tibble (London: J. M. Dent & Sons Limited, 1935) [ClareJ,PoemsOJ].

Clare, John [1984], The later poems of John Clare: 1837 - 1864 ... General editor Eric Robinson: Edited by Eric Robinson and David Powell: Associate editor Margaret Grainger (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984) [ClareJ,LaterPO].

Clare, John [1989], The early poems of John Clare: 1804 - 1822: General editor Eric Robinson: Edited by Eric Robinson and David Powell: Associate editor Margaret Grainger (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989) [ClareJ,EarlyPO].

Clare, John [1990], John Clare: The Midsummer Cushion: Edited by R. K. R. Thornton & Anne Tibble (Ashington; Manchester: Mid Northumberland Arts Group; Carcanet Press, 1990) [ClareJ,JohnCTM].

Clare, John [1993], John Clare: Cottage Tales: Edited by Eric Robinson, David Powell and P. M. S. Dawson (Ashington; Manchester: The Mid Northumberland Arts Group; Carcanet Press, 1993) [ClareJ,JohnCCT].

Clare, John [1993], John Clare: The shepherd's calendar: Edited by Eric Robinson Geoffrey Summerfield and David Powell: With wood engravings by David Gentleman: Second Edition (Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 1993) [ClareJ,JohnCTS].

Clark, William [1685], The grand Tryal: or, Poetical Exercitations upon the book of Job. Wherein, Suitable to each Text of that sacred Book, a modest Explanation, and Continuation of the several Discourses contained in it, is attempted by William Clark (Edinburgh: Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson, 1685) [ClarkW,GrandTO].

Cleland, William [1697], A Collection of Several Poems and Verses, Composed upon Various Occasions. By Mr. William Cleland (: , 1697) [ClelaW,ColleOS].

Cleveland, John [1647], The Character of A London - Diurnall: With severall select Poems: By the same Author ([London]: , 1647) [CleveJ,CharaOA].

Cleveland, John [1657], Poems by J. C.: With additions, never before printed ([London]: , 1657) [CleveJ,PoemsBJ].

Cleveland, John [1658], Poems, Characters, and Letters. By I. C. With Additions Never before printed (London: , 1658) [CleveJ,PoemsCA].

Cleveland, John [1677], Clievelandi Vindiciae; Or, Clieveland's Genuine Poems, Orations, Epistles, &c. Purged from the many False & Spurious Ones Which had usurped his Name, and from innumerable Errours and Corruptions in the True. To which are added many never Printed before. Published according to the Author's own Copies (London: Printed for Nath. Brooke [etc.], 1677) [CleveJ,ClievVO].

Clough, Arthur Hugh [1849], Ambarvalia. Poems by Thomas Burbidge and Arthur H. Clough (London; Oxford: Chapman and Hall; Francis Macpherson, 1849) [ClougAH,AmbarPB].

Clough, Arthur Hugh [1869], The poems and prose remains of Arthur Hugh Clough: With a selection from his letters and a memoir: Edited by his wife: In two volumes: With a portrait (London: Macmillan and Co., 1869) [ClougAH,PoemsAP].

Cobb, Samuel [1694], A Pindarique Ode: Humbly Offer'd to the Ever - Blessed Memory Of our Late Gracious Sovereign Lady Queen Mary. Written by J. D. (London: Printed for John Whitlock [etc.], 1694) [CobbS,PindaOH].

Cobb, Samuel [1695], Bersaba: Or, The Love of David. A Poem. Written by Samuel Cobb (London: Printed and are to be Sold by J. Whitlock [etc.], 1695) [CobbS,BersaOT].

Cobb, Samuel [1697], Pax Redux: A Pindarick Ode on the Return of His Majesty, and the Happy Conclusion of the Peace. By Samuel Cobb (London: E. Whitlock, 1697) [CobbS,PaxRAPO].

Cobb, Samuel [1700], Poetae Britannici. A Poem, Satyrical and Panegyrical (London: Printed for A. Roper ... and R. Basset ... and Sold by Mr. Jefferies, 1700) [CobbS,PoetaBA].

Cobb, Samuel [1706], A Psalm of Thanksgiving to be Sung by the Children of Christ's - Hospital, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Easter - Week, according to Antient Custom, for their Founders and Benefactors, 1706. Composed by Mr Barrett ... The Words by S. C. A. M. (London: Printed by Fr. Leach [etc.], 1706) [CobbS,PsalmOT].

Cobb, Samuel [1709], The Female Reign: an ode, Alluding to Horace, B. 4. Od. 14. Attempted in the Style of Pindar. Occasion'd by the wonderful Successes of the Arms of Her Majesty and Her Allies. With a Letter to a Gentleman in the University. By Samuel Cobb (London: Printed for J. Woodward [etc.], 1709) [CobbS,FemalRA].

Cobb, Samuel [1710], Poems on Several Occasions. With Imitations from Horace, Ovid, Martial, Theocritus, Bachylides, Anacreon, &c. To which is prefix'd A Discourse on Criticism, and the Liberty of Writing. In a letter to a Friend. By Samuel Cobb ... The Third Edition. To which is added, Poems on the Duke of Marlborough, Prince Eugene, the Electoral Prince of Hannover, with other Poems. Never before Printed (London: Printed, and Sold by James Woodward [etc.], 1710) [CobbS,PoemsOS].

Cobb, Samuel [1712], Callipaedia (1712) (In Callipaedia. A Poem. In Four Books. With Some Other Pieces. Written in Latin By Claudius Quillet, Made English By N. Rowe ... To which is Prefix'd, Mr. Bayle's Account of His Life (London: Printed for E. Sanger ... and E. Curll [etc.], 1712)) [CobbS,Calli1].

Cobb, Samuel [1712], The Mouse - Trap: A Poem. Written in Latin By E. Holdsworth. Made English By Samuel Cobb (London: Printed for E. Curll ... and E. Sanger [etc.], 1712) [CobbS,MouseTA].

Cobb, Samuel [1714], News from both Universities. Containing I. Mr. Cobb's Tripos Speech at Cambridge, with a Complete key inserted. II. The Brawny Priest: Or, the Captivity of the Nose. A Poem (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1714) [CobbS,NewsFBU].

Cobb, Samuel [1725], The Miller's Tale, from Chaucer. Inscrib'd to N. Rowe. By Mr. Cobb (London: , 1725) [CobbS,MilleTF].

Cobbold, Richard [1827], Original, serious, and religious poetry, by the Rev. Richard Cobbold (Ipswich: R. Deck; G. B. Whitaker, 1827) [CobboR,OrigiSA].

Cobbold, Richard [1827], Valentine Verses; or, Lines of Truth, Love, and Virtue. By the Reverend Richard Cobbold (Ipswich: E. Shalders, 1827) [CobboR,ValenVO].

Cobbold, Richard [1833], The Spirit of the Litany of the Church of England, By The Rev. Richard Cobbold (Eye; London: W. H. Ungless; Longman and Co., 1833) [CobboR,SpiriOT].

Cobbold, Richard [1848], The Bottle; or, Cruikshank Illustrated, by the Rev. Richard Cobbold ... A poem: Dedicated to all thinking men, who regard God's laws of temperance, sobriety, and domestic peace, more than the bottle (Diss; London: Printed and sold by E. E. Abbott; D. Bogue ... and Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper, [1848]) [CobboR,BottlOC].

Cobsam, Adam of [1865], The Wright's Chaste Wife, or "A Fable of a wryght that was maryde to a pore wydows dowtre / the whiche wydow havyng noo good to geve with her / gave as for a precyous Johelle to hym a Rose garlond / the whyche she affermyd wold never fade while she kept truly her wedlok." A Merry Tale, by Adam of Cobsam, from a ms. in the library of the Archbishop of Canterbury, at Lambeth, about 1462 A.D. Copied and edited by Frederick J. Furnivall (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1865) [CobsaAO,WrighCW].

Cock Lorrel's Boat [1510], [Cocke Lorelles Bote] (London: Inpryted ... by Wynkyn de Worde, [1510?]) [CockLB,CockeLB].

Cokayne, Sir Aston [1658], Small poems of Divers sorts: Written by Sir Aston Cokain (London: Printed by Wil. Godbid, 1658) [CokaySA,SmallPO].

Colclough, George [1571], The Spectacle to Repentance (London: Imprynted ... by Thomas Colwell, 1571) [ColclG,SpectTR].

Coleridge, Hartley [1851], Poems by Hartley Coleridge. With a Memoir of his Life by his Brother. In Two Volumes (London: Moxon, 1851) [ColerH,PoemsBH].

Coleridge, Mary Elizabeth [1908], Poems. By Mary Elizabeth Coleridge (London: Elkin Mathews, 1908) [ColerME,PoemsBM].

Coleridge, Mary Elizabeth [1910], Gathered Leaves. From the prose of Mary E. Coleridge: With a memoir by Edith Sichel (London: Constable and Company, 1910) [ColerME,GatheLF].

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor [1912], The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge including Poems and Versions of Poems now Published for the First Time: Edited with Textual and Bibliographical Notes by Ernest Hartley Coleridge ... In Two Volumes (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1912) [ColerST,ComplPW].

Coleridge, Sara [1837], Phantasmion. By Sara Coleridge (London: William Pickering, 1837) [ColerS,PhantBS].

Coleridge, Sara [1845], Pretty Lessons in Verse, for Good Children; with Some Lessons in Latin, in Easy Rhyme. By Sara Coleridge. The Fourth Edition, with Many Cuts (London: John W. Parker, 1845) [ColerS,PrettLI].

Colin Blowbols Testament [1864], [Colin Blowbols Testament, in] Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England; Collected and edited, with introductions and notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt (London: John Russell Smith, 1864) [ColinBT,ColinBT].

Collins, Anne [1653], Divine Songs and Meditacions Composed by An Collins (London: Printed by R. Bishop, 1653) [ColliA,DivinSA].

Collins, John [1804], Scripscrapologia; or, Collins's Doggerel Dish Of All Sorts. Consisting of Songs Adapted to familiar Tunes, And which may be sung without the Chaunterpipe of an Italian Warbler, or the ravishing Accompaniments of Tweedle - Dum or Tweedle - Dee. Particularly those which have been most applauded in the author's once popular performance, call'd, The Brush. The Gallimaufry garnished with a variety of comic tales, quaint epigrams, whimsical epitaphs, &c. &c. (Birmingham: Publish'd by the Author Himself, and Printed by M. Swinney, 1804) [ColliJ,ScripOC].

Collins, Thomas [1610], The Penitent Pvblican, His Confession of Movth. Contrition of heart. Vnfained Repentance. And feruent Prayer unto God, for Mercie and forgiuenesse (London: Printed for Arthur Iohnson [etc.], 1610) [ColliT,PenitPH].

Collins, Thomas [1615], The Teares of Love: or Cupids Progresse. Together with the complaint of the sorrowfull Shepheardesse; Fayre (but unfortunate) Candida, deploring the death of her Deare - Lou'd Coravin, a Late Living (and an euer to be lamented) Shepheard. In a (passionate) pastorall Elegie. Composed By Thomas Collins (London: Printed by George Purslowe for Henry Bell [etc.], 1615) [ColliT,TeareOL].

Collins, William [1969], The poems of Thomas Gray: William Collins: Oliver Goldsmith: Edited by Roger Lonsdale (London: Longmans, Green and Company, 1969) [ColliW,PoemsOT].

Collop, John [1656], Poesis Rediviva: or, Poesie Reviv'd. By John Collop (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1656) [ColloJ,PoesiRO].

Colse, Peter [1596], Penelopes Complaint: Or, A Mirrour for wanton Minions. Taken out of Homers Odissea, and written in English Verse, By Peter Colse (London: Printed by H. Iackson [etc.], 1596) [ColseP,PenelCO].

Colvil, Samuel [1681], Mock Poem, Or, Whiggs Supplication (London: Printed for James Woodward ... and John Barker [etc.], 1681) [ColviS,MockPOW].

Colvil, Samuel [1707], Mr. Samuel Colvil's Prophecy anent the Union, as contained in his Scots Hudibras (: , 1707) [ColviS,MrSCPAT].

Colvill, Robert [1747], Britain, a poem; in three books (Edinburgh: Printed by Wal. Ruddiman jun. and company, 1747) [ColviR,BritaAP].

Colvill, Robert [1757], Eidyllia: or, miscellaneous poems; On losing Milton: an Ode. To Isabella: an Ode. The Fair Matron: an Ode. Virtue's Expostulation: an Ode. To Adversity: an Ode. Philocles: a Monody. The Muses triumphant over Venus: a Tale. With a hint to the British Poets. By the Author of Animadversions upon the Reverend Doctor Brown's three essays on the Characteristicks; and of a Criticism on the late Reverend Mr Holland's Sermons (Edinburgh: Printed by Hamilton, Balfour, and Neill, 1757) [ColviR,EidylOM].

Colvill, Robert [1769], The merry wives of Douglas; or the Douglas garland. In two parts. Written by a young Gentleman (Edinburgh: , 1769) [ColviR,MerryWO].

Colvill, Robert [1771], Occasional Poems; by Mr Colvill. The Second Edition (London: Sold by J. Wilkie ... also by J. Dodsley [etc.], 1771) [ColviR,OccasPB].

Colvill, Robert [1776], Epithalamium on the marriage of the Right Honourable David, Viscount Stormont, with the Honourable Miss Louisa Cathcart (London; Edinburgh: Printed for and sold by Messrs. Caddel ... Balfour, Creech, Dickson, and Gordon [etc.], 1776) [ColviR,EpithOT].

Colvill, Robert [1777], Atalanta ([London]: , [1777]) [ColviR,Atala].

Colvill, Robert [1788], The downfall of the Roman Confederacy; or, the ever memorable 12th of April 1782. A heroic poem, in three cantos. By the Rev. Mr Colvill (Edinburgh: Printed by William Darling, 1788) [ColviR,DownfOT].

Colvill, Robert [1789], The Poetical Works of the Revd. Mr. Colvill Containing his Pastorals, Occasional Poems, and Elegies on Illustrious persons. Vol. I & II (London: Sold by J. Dodsley, A. Donaldson, W. Creech, C. Elliot &c., 1789) [ColviR,PoetiWO].

Combe, Thomas [1614], The Theater of Fine Devices, containing an hundred morall Emblemes. First penned in french by Guillaume de la Perriere, and translated into English by Thomas Combe (London: Printed by Richard Field, 1614) [CombeT,TheatOF].

Combe, William [1775], An heroic epistle to the Right Honourable The Lord Craven, on his delivering the following sentence, at the county meeting at Abingdon, on Tuesday November 7, 1775. "I will have it known there is respect due to a Lord." (London: Printed for John Wheble [etc.], 1775) [CombeW,HeroiET].

Combe, William [1775], Clifton, A Poem. In Imitation of Spenser (Bristol: Printed by G. Routh, 1775) [CombeW,CliftAP].

Combe, William [1775], The Philosopher in Bristol (Bristol: Printed by G. Routh, 1775) [CombeW,PhiloIB].

Combe, William [1777], A Poetical Epistle to Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knt. and President of the Royal Academy (London: Printed for Fielding and Walner [etc.], 1777) [CombeW,PoetiET].

Combe, William [1777], An heroic epistle to the noble author of the Duchess of Devonshire's cow, a poem (London: Printed for J. Bew, 1777) [CombeW,HeroiET].

Combe, William [1777], The Diaboliad: a poem. Dedicated to the worst man in His Majesty's dominions. Also, the Diabo - Lady: or, a match in hell (London; Dublin: , 1777) [CombeW,DiaboAP].

Combe, William [1777], The First of April: Or, The Triumphs of Folly: A Poem. Dedicated to a Celebrated Dutchess. By the Author of The Diaboliad. A New Edition (London: Printed for J. Bew, 1777) [CombeW,FirstOA].

Combe, William [1778], The Justification. A Poem. By the author of The Diaboliad (Dublin: Printed for Messrs. J. Sheppard, W. Whitestone [etc.], 1778) [CombeW,JustiAP].

Combe, William [1778], The auction: A town eclogue. By the honourable Mr. ---: The third edition (London: Printed for J. Bew [etc.], 1778) [CombeW,AuctiAT].

Combe, William [1779], An Heroic Epistle to Sir James Wright (London: Printed for J. Bew, 1779) [CombeW,HeroiET].

Combe, William [1780], The Fast - Day: A Lambeth Eclogue. By the Author of the Auction (London: Printed for J. Bew [etc.], 1780) [CombeW,FastDAL].

Combe, William [1785], The Royal Dream; or the P--- in a Panic. An Eclogue, with Annotations (London: Printed for S. W. Fores [etc.], 1785) [CombeW,RoyalDO].

Combe, William [1789], The World As It Goes, A Poem. By the Author of the Diaboliad. Dedicated to One of the Best Men in his Majesty's Dominions, &c. The Second Edition (London: Printed for J. Bew [etc.], 1789) [CombeW,WorldAI].

Combe, William [1815], The English Dance of Death, from the designs of Thomas Rowlandson, with metrical illustrations, by the author of "Doctor Syntax" (London: Printed by J. Diggens ... Published at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts [etc.], 1815) [CombeW,EngliDO].

Combe, William [1817], The Dance of Life, A Poem, by the author of "Doctor Syntax;" Illustrated with coloured engravings, by Thomas Rowlandson (London: Published by R. Ackermann [etc.], 1817) [CombeW,DanceOL].

Combe, William [1822], The history of Johnny Quae Genus, the little foundling of the late Doctor Syntax: A Poem, by the author of the three tours (London: Published R. Ackermann, 1822) [CombeW,HistoOJ].

Combe, William [1869], The three tours of Doctor Syntax. In search of 1. The picturesque, 2. Of consolation, 3. Of a wife. The text complete. With four illustrations (London: Alex Murray and Son, 1869) [CombeW,ThreeTO].

Concanen, Matthew, the elder [1724], Miscellaneous Poems (1724) (In Miscellaneous Poems, Original and Translated, By Several Hands. Viz. Dean Swift, Mr. Parnel, Dr. Delany, Mr. Brown, Mr. Ward, Mr. Sterling, Mr. Concanen, And Others. Published by Mr. Concanen (London: Printed for J. Peele [etc.], 1724)) [ConcaMT,MisceP1].

Conder, Josiah [1824], The Star in the East; With Other Poems. By Josiah Conder (London: Taylor and Hessey, 1824) [CondeJ,StarITE].

Conder, Josiah [1837], The Choir and The Oratory; or Praise and Prayer. By Josiah Conder (London: Jackson and Walford, 1837) [CondeJ,ChoirAT].

Congreve, William [1710], The Third Volume of the Works of Mr. William Congreve; containing Poems upon Several Occasions (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1710) [CongrW,ThirdVO].

Congreve, William [1720], An Impossible Thing. A tale (London: Printed: And Sold by J. Roberts [etc.], 1720) [CongrW,ImposTA].

Congreve, William [1729], Mr. Congreve's Last Will and Testament, with characters of his writings. By Mr. Dryden, Sir Richard Blackmore, Mr. Addison and Major Pack. To which are added Two Pieces, viz. I. Of rightly Improving the present Time. An Epistle from Mr. Congreve to the Right Honourable Richard Lord Viscount Cobham. II. The Game of Quadrille. An Allegory (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1729) [CongrW,MrCLWAT].

Conington, John [1842], The Victory of Suffering: A Prize Poem. Recited in Rugby School, June 10, MDCCCXLII (Rugby: J. S. Crossley, 1842) [ConinJ,VictoOS].

Connaissance d'Amours, La [1528], Here begynneth a lyttell treatyse cleped La conusaunce damours (: Imprinted by Rycharde Pynson [etc.], [1528?]) [ConnaDL,HereBAL].

Constable, Henry [1897], The Poems and Sonnets of Henry Constable (London: The Ballantyne Press, 1897) [ConstH,PoemsAS].

Cook, Eliza [1840], Melaia, and other poems. By Eliza Cook (London: Charles Tilt, 1840) [CookE,MelaiAO].

Cook, Eliza [1850], Song of the Haymakers, Standard Bearer and In this old Chair my Father Sat (London: Ryle & Co., [1850?]) [CookE,SongOTH].

Cook, Eliza [1860], Mother be proud of your boy in blue (London: E. Hodges, 1860) [CookE,MotheBP].

Cook, Eliza [1864], New Echoes and other poems. By Eliza Cook (London; New York: Routledge, Warne & Routledge, 1864) [CookE,NewEAOP].

Cook, Eliza [1865], Diamond Dust. By Eliza Cook (London: F. Pitman, 1865) [CookE,DiamoDB].

Cook, Eliza [1870], The Poetical Works of Eliza Cook ... A Complete Edition (London; New York: Frederick Warne and Co.; Scribner, Welford and Co., 1870) [CookE,PoetiWO].

Cooke, John [1604], Epigrames. Serued out in 52. seuerall Dishes for euery man to tast without surfeting. By I. C. Gent (London: Printed by G. Elde for W. C. [etc.], [1604]) [CookeJ,EpigrSO].

Cooke, Thomas [1722], Marlborough, a poem, In Three cantos. Occasion'd by the death of the Late Duke of Marlborough (London: Printed for T. Payne [etc.], 1722) [CookeT,MarlbAP].

Cooke, Thomas [1724], The idylliums of Moschus and Bion, Translated from the Greek. With annotations. To which is prefixed, An Account of their Lives; with some Remarks on their Works; and some Observations upon Pastoral. By Mr. Cooke (London: Printed for J. Brotherton ... and Jer. Battley [etc.], 1724) [CookeT,IdyllOM].

Cooke, Thomas [1729], Tales, Epistles, Odes, Fables, &c. With translations From Homer and other antient Authors. To which are added Proposals for perfecting the English Language (London: Printed for T. Green [etc.], 1729) [CookeT,TalesEO].

Cooke, Thomas [1730], The Candidates for the Bays. A Poem. Written by Scriblerus Tertius (London: , 1730) [CookeT,CandiFT].

Cooke, Thomas [1740], The works Of Hesiod translated From The Greek. By Mr. Cooke. The Second Edition (London: Printed by John Wilson For John Wood and Ch. Woodward [etc.], 1740) [CookeT,WorksOH].

Cooke, Thomas [1742], Mr. Cooke's Original Poems, with Imitations and Translations of Several Select Passages of the Antients, In Four Parts: To which are added Proposals For perfecting the English Language (London: Printed for T. Jackson in St. James's - Street, and C. Bathurst [etc.], 1742) [CookeT,MrCOPWI].

Cooke, Thomas [1743], An Epistle to The Right Honourable the Countess of Shaftesbury, with A Prologue and Epilogue on Shakespeare and his Writings (London: Printed for T. Cooper [etc.], 1743) [CookeT,EpistTT].

Cooke, Thomas [1745], Immorality Reveal'd. A poem. In four epistles. To a friend. (London: Printed by W. Bowyer, for the Author, 1745) [CookeT,ImmorRA].

Cooke, Thomas [1746], A Hymn to Liberty (London: Printed for R. Francklin ... R. Dodsley ... M. Cooper [etc.], 1746) [CookeT,HymnTL].

Cooke, Thomas [1749], An Ode on Beauty, To Which are Prefixed Some Observations on Taste, And on the Present State of Poetry in England (London: Printed for M. Cooper ... and R. Dodsley, 1749) [CookeT,OdeOBTW].

Cooke, Thomas [1750], An Ode on Martial Virtue, To which are prefixed Observations on Taste, and The Present State of Poetry in England (London: Printed for M. Cooper, 1750) [CookeT,OdeOMVT].

Cooke, Thomas [1751], An ode on the powers of poetry: To which are prefixed observations on taste, And on the Present State of Poetry and Criticism in England (London: Printed for M. Cooper [etc.], 1751) [CookeT,OdeOTPO].

Cooke, Thomas [1752], Pythagoras: An Ode. To which are Prefixed Observations on Taste, and on Education (London: Printed for R. Francklin, 1752) [CookeT,PythaAO].

Cooke, Thomas [1752], The Tryal of Hercules, an ode on glory, virtue, and pleasure (London: Printed for M. Cooper [etc.], 1752) [CookeT,TryalOH].

Cooke, Thomas [1753], A Prologue on Comic Poetry, and An Epilogue on the Comic Characters of Women, As spoke at the Theatre Royal in Covent - Garden, With A Pastoral Dialogue As performed at the same Theatre: To which is prefixed an Ode to John Rich (London: Printed, and sold, by J. Purser [etc.], 1753) [CookeT,ProloOC].

Cooke, Thomas [1753], An ode on benevolence: To which are prefixed observations on Education, Taste, and Poetry (London: Printed for M. Cooper [etc.], 1753) [CookeT,OdeOBTW].

Cooke, Thomas [1754], An hymn to may (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... and sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1754) [CookeT,HymnTM].

Cooke, Thomas [1754], An ode on pleasure (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... and sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1754) [CookeT,OdeOP].

Cooke, Thomas [1754], An ode on poetry, painting and sculpture (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... and sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1754) [CookeT,OdeOPPA].

Cooke, Thomas [1755], An Ode on the Powers of Eloquence (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... and sold by M. Cooper, 1755) [CookeT,OdeOTPO].

Cooke, Thomas [1756], A Collection of letters, and state papers, from the original manuscripts of Several Princes and great Personages in the two last Centuries; with some curious and scarce tracts, and Pieces of Antiquity, Modern Letters, &c. on several important Subjects, In two volumes. To which are added Memoirs of the unfortunate Prince Anthony the First of Portugal, and the Oeconomy of High - Life. Compiled by L. Howard (London: Printed for the Author, 1756) [CookeT,ColleOL].

Cooke, Thomas [], The Bays Miscellany, or Colley Triumphant: containing I. The Petty - Sessions of Poets. II. The Battle of the Poets, or the Contention for the Laurel; as it is now Acting at the New Theatre in the Hay - Market. III. The Battle of the Poets. An Heroic Poem. In Two Canto's. With the True Characters of the several Poets therein mention'd; and just Reasons why not qualify'd for the Laurel. The Whole design'd as a Specimen of those Gentlemens Abilities, without Prejudice or Partiality. Written by Scriblerus Quartus (London: Printed for A. Moore; and Sold by the Booksellers and Pamphletsellers of London and Westminster, ) [CookeT,BaysMOC].

Cooper, Thomas [1846], The Baron's Yule Feast: A Christmas - Rhyme. By Thomas Cooper (London: Jeremiah How, 1846) [CoopeT,BaronYF].

Cooper, Thomas [1877], The Poetical Works of Thomas Cooper (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1877) [CoopeT,PoetiWO].

Copland, Robert [1520], L'enuoy of Robert Coplande (In The spectacle of Louers, Here after foloweth a lytell contrauers dyalogue bytwene loue and councell / with many goodly argumentes of good women and bad / very compendyous to all estates / newly compyled by Wyllyam Walter (London: Imprynted ... by ... Wynkyn de Worde, 1520)) [CoplaR,LenuoOR].

Copland, Robert [1521], Introductory poem to the passyon of our lorde [1521] (In [Commendatory poem to] The passyon of our lorde ([London]: [Wynkyn de Worde], [1521])) [CoplaR,IntroPT].

Copland, Robert [1521], The myrrour of the chyrche ([London]: [Wynkyn de Worde], [1521]) [CoplaR,MyrroOT].

Copland, Robert [1524], The syege of Rodes (London: Imprynted ... by Robert Coplande, 1524) [CoplaR,SyegeOR].

Copland, Robert [1528], [Secreta Secretorum. Thus endeth the secrete of secretes of Arystotle. Tr. R. Copland] (: , 1528) [CoplaR,SecreST].

Copland, Robert [1530], Introductory and Concluding Poems to The Assemble of Soules (1530) (In The Assemble of Foules. Here foloweth the assemble of foules veray pleasaunt and compendyous to rede or here compyled by the preclared and famous clerke Geffray Chaucer (London: Imprynted ... by ... Wynkyn de Worde, 1530)) [CoplaR,IntroAC].

Copland, Robert [1532], R. Coplande to the translatour (1532) (In Guystarde and Sygysmonde. Here foloweth the amerous hystory of Guystarde and Sygysmonde / and of theyr dolorous deth by her father / newly traslated out of laten into engysshe by Wyllym Walter (London: Imprynted ... by Wynkyn de Worde, 1532)) [CoplaR,RCTTT1].

Copland, Robert [1535], A complaynt of them that be to soone maryed (London: Emprynted ... by Wynkyn de Worde [etc.], 1535) [CoplaR,ComplOT].

Copland, Robert [1536], The hye way to the Spyttell hous (London: Imprynted ... by Robert Copland, [1536?]) [CoplaR,HyeWTTS].

Copland, Robert [1560], Iyl of braintfords Testament. Newly Compiled (London: Imprinted ... by ... William Copland, [1560?]) [CoplaR,IylOBTN].

Copland, Robert [1568], The seuen sorowes that women haue when theyr husbandes be deade. Compyled by Robert Copland (London: Imprented ... by ... Wyllyam Copland, [1568?]) [CoplaR,SeuenST].

Copland, Robert [1863], Illustrations of Early English Popular Literature ([London]: , 1863) [CoplaR,IllusOE].

Copley, Anthony [1595], Wits: Fittes and Fancies. Fronted and entermedled with Presidentes of Honour and Wisdome. Also: Loves Ovvle. An idle conceited dialogue betwene Loue, and an olde man ... A. C. (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Iohnes [etc.], 1595) [CopleA,WitsFAF].

Copley, Anthony [1596], A Fig For Fortune. A. C. (London: Printed by Richard Iohnes for C. A., 1596) [CopleA,FigFFAC].

Coppinger, Matthew [1682], Poems, Songs and Love - Verses, upon several Subjects. By Matthew Coppinger (London: Printed for R. Bentley, and M. Magnes [etc.], 1682) [CoppiM,PoemsSA].

Corbett, Richard [1640], On Francis Beaumonts death (1640) (In Poems. By Francis Beaumont. Viz. The Hermaphrodite. The Remedie of Love. Elegies. Sonnets, with other Poems (London: Printed by Richard Hodgkinson for W. W. and Laurence Blaikelocke [etc.], 1640)) [CorbeR,OnFBD1].

Corbett, Richard [1647], Certain Elegant Poems. Written by Dr Corbet (London: Printed by R. Cotes for Andrew Crooke [etc.], 1647) [CorbeR,CertaEP].

Corbett, Richard [1648], Poëtica Stromata: or A Collection of Sundry Peices in Poetry: Drawne by the known and approued Hand of R. C. ([Holland]: , 1648) [CorbeR,PoeumSO].

Corbett, Richard [1871], The Times' Whistle: Or A Newe Daunce of Seuen Satires, and other Poems: Compiled by R. C., Gent. Now First Edited from Ms. Y. 8. 3. in the Library of Canterbury Cathedral: With introduction, notes, and glossary, By J. M. Cowper (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, By N. Trübner & Co., 1871) [CorbeR,TimesWO].

Costello, Louisa Stuart [1815], The Maid of the Cyprus Isle, and other poems. By Louisa S. Costello (London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones ... Sharpe ... Walker ... Harper and Co. ... R. Rees ... and Lloyd [etc.], 1815) [CosteLS,MaidOTC].

Costello, Louisa Stuart [1819], Redwald; A Tale of Mona: And other poems. By Louisa Stuart Costello (Brentford: Printed by and for P. Norbury; and Sold by Baldwin, Cradock, & Joy [etc.], 1819) [CosteLS,RedwaAT].

Costello, Louisa Stuart [1825], Songs of a Stranger by Louisa Stuart Costello (London: Taylor and Hessey, 1825) [CosteLS,SongsOA].

Costello, Louisa Stuart [1856], The Lay of the Stork. By Miss Louisa Stuart Costello (London; Dublin: William and Frederick G. Cash; Hodges and Smith, 1856) [CosteLS,LayOTSB].

Cottle, Joseph [1796], Poems, by Joseph Cottle. Second edition, with additions (Bristol: Printed by Bulgin and Rosser, for G. G. and J. Robinson [etc.], 1796) [CottlJ,PoemsBJ].

Cottle, Joseph [1811], The Fall of Cambria in Twenty - Four Books, by Joseph Cottle. Second Edition (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, by E. Bryan [etc.], 1811) [CottlJ,FallOCI].

Cottle, Joseph [1815], Messiah: A Poem, in Twenty - Eight Books. By Joseph Cottle (London: Printed for Button and Son by M. Bryan, 1815) [CottlJ,MessiAP].

Cottle, Joseph [1823], Dartmoor, and other poems. By Joseph Cottle (London: Printed for T. Cadell ... By T. J. Manchee [etc.], 1823) [CottlJ,DartmAO].

Cottle, Joseph [1828], Hymns and Sacred Lyrics. In Three Parts. By Joseph Cottle (London: T. Cadell, 1828) [CottlJ,HymnsAS].

Cottle, Joseph [1829], Malvern Hills, with Minor Poems, and Essays. By Joseph Cottle. Fourth Edition (London: Printed for T. Cadell, 1829) [CottlJ,MalveHW].

Cottle, Joseph [1850], Alfred: An Heroic Poem, in Twenty - Four Books. By Joseph Cottle: 4th ed. (London: Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1850) [CottlJ,AlfreAH].

Cotton, Charles [1667], Scarronnides: or, Virgile Travestie. A Mock - Poem, On the First and Fourth Books of Virgils Aenaeis in English, Burlésque (London: Printed by E. Cotes for Henry Brome [etc.], 1667) [CottoC,ScarrOV].

Cotton, Charles [1675], Burlesque upon Burlesque: Or, the Scoffer Scoft. Being some of Lucians Dialogues Newly put into English fustian. For the Consolation of those who had rather Laugh and be Merry, then be Merry and Wise (London: Printed for Henry Brome [etc.], 1675) [CottoC,BurleUB].

Cotton, Charles [1681], The Wonders of the Peake. By Charles Cotton (London: Printed for Joanna Brome [etc.], 1681) [CottoC,WondeOT].

Cotton, Charles [1689], Poems on Several Occasions. Written by Charles Cotton (London: Printed for Tho. Basset ... Will. Hensman ... Tho. Fox [etc.], 1689) [CottoC,PoemsOS].

Cotton, Nathaniel, the elder [1791], Various pieces in verse and prose. By the late Nathaniel Cotton. Many of which were never before published. In two volumes (London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1791) [CottoNT,VarioPI].

Cotton, Roger [1596], A Spirituall Song: conteining an Historicall Discourse from the infancie of the world, vntil this present time: Setting downe the treacheraus practises of the wicked, against the children of God: Describing also the markes and ouerthrow of Antichrist, with a thankesgiving to God for the preseruation of her Maiestie, and of his Church. Drawn out of the holy Scriptures, By Roger Cotton (London: Printed by G. Simpson and W. White, 1596) [CottoR,SpiriSC].

Cotton, Roger [1596], An Armor of Proofe, brought from the Tower of David, to fight against Spannyardes, and all enimies of the trueth, By R. C. (London: Imprinted ... by G. Simson and W. White, 1596) [CottoR,ArmorOP].

Courthope, William John [1864], The Three Hundredth Anniversary of Shakespeare's Birth. A Prize Poem Recited in the Theatre, Oxford, June 8, 1864, By William John Courthope (Oxford: T. and G. Shrimpton, 1864) [CourtWJ,ThreeHA].

Courthope, William John [1865], Poems. By Novus Homo (Oxford; London: Wheeler and Day; Hamilton and Co., 1865) [CourtWJ,PoemsBN].

Courthope, William John [1869], Ludibria Lunae, or, The Wars of The Women and The Gods: An Allegorical Burlesque. By William John Courthope (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1869) [CourtWJ,LudibLO].

Courthope, William John [1870], The Paradise of Birds: An Old Extravaganza in a Modern Dress. By William John Courthope (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1870) [CourtWJ,ParadOB].

Courthope, William John [1897], The Longest Reign: An Ode on the Completion of the Sixtieth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria: By William John Courthope (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1897) [CourtWJ,LongeRA].

Courthope, William John [1914], Selections from the Epigrams of M. Valerius Martialis; Translated or Imitated in English Verse: By W. J. Courthope (London: John Murray, 1914) [CourtWJ,SelecFT].

Courthope, William John [1920], The Country Town and Other Poems. By the late William John Courthope ... With a Memoir by A. O. Prickard (London: Humphrey Milford, 1920) [CourtWJ,CountTA].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1882], The Girls of England. A Battle Call (London: Hatchards, [1882]) [CouttNF,GirlsOE].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1896], Poems: By F. B. Money - Coutts (London; New York: John Lane; The Bodley Head; George H. Richmond and Co., 1896) [CouttNF,PoemsBF].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1898], The Alhambra and Other Poems: By F. B. Money - Coutts (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1898) [CouttNF,AlhamAO].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1898], The Revelation of St. Love the Divine. By F. B. Money Coutts (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1898) [CouttNF,RevelOS].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1900], The Mystery of Godliness. By F. B. Money Coutts (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1900) [CouttNF,MysteOG].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1901], The nut - brown Maid; a new version by F. B. Money - Coutts with illustrations by Herbert Cole (London; New York: John Lane, 1901) [CouttNF,NutBMAN].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1905], Musa Verticordia: By Francis Coutts (London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1905) [CouttNF,MusaVBF].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1907], The Romance of King Arthur by Francis Coutts (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head; John Lane Company, 1907) [CouttNF,RomanOK].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1912], Egypt and other poems by Francis Coutts (London; New York: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1912) [CouttNF,EgyptAO].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1912], Psyche. By Francis Coutts (London; New York: John Lane The Bodley Head; John Lane Company, 1912) [CouttNF,PsychBF].

Coutts - Nevill, Francis Burdett Thomas, 5th Baron Latymer [1920], The Spacious Times and Others: By Francis Coutts (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head; John Lane Co., 1920) [CouttNF,SpaciTA].

Coverdale, Miles [1533], Goostly psalmes and spirituall songes drawen out of the holy Scripture, for the coforte and consolacyon of soch as loue to reioyce in God and his worde (: Imprinted by ... Johan Gough, [1533?]) [CoverM,GoostPA].

Cowley, Abraham [1905], The Works of Mr Abraham Cowley. Consisting of Those which were formerly Printed: And Those which he Design'd for the Press, Now Published out of the Authors Original Copies ... The Text Edited by A. R. Waller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1905 - 1906) [CowleA,WorksOM].

Cowper, William [1803], The life and posthumous writings of William Cowper, Esqr. with an introductory letter to the Right Honourable Earl Cowper. By William Hayley, Esqr (Chichester: Printed by J. Seagrave [etc.], 1803) [CowpeW,LifeAPW].

Cowper, William [1835], The Works of William Cowper: Comprising his poems, correspondence, and translations. With a life of the author, by the editor, Robert Southey (London: Baldwin and Cradock, 1835 - 1837) [CowpeW,WorksOW].

Cowper, William [1900], The Unpublished and Uncollected Poems of William Cowper: Edited by Thomas Wright (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1900) [CowpeW,UnpubAU].

Crabbe, George [1838], The Poetical Works of the Rev. George Crabbe: with his letters and journals, and his life, by his son. In eight volumes (London: John Murray, 1838) [CrabbG,PoetiWO].

Crabbe, George [1905], George Crabbe: Poems: Edited by Adolphus William Ward (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1905) [CrabbG,GeorgCP].

Crabbe, George [1960], New Poems by George Crabbe: Edited with an introduction and notes by Arthur Pollard (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1960) [CrabbG,NewPBGC].

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig [1604], The Poeticall Essayes of Alexander Craige (London: Imprinted ... by William White [etc.], 1604) [CraigAO,PoetiEO].

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig [1606], The Amorose Songes, Sonets, and Elegies: Of M. Alexander Craige (London: Imprinted ... by William White, 1606) [CraigAO,AmoroSS].

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig [1609], The Poetical Recreations of Mr. Alexander Craig of Rosecraig (Edinbvrgh: Printed by Thomas Finlason, 1609) [CraigAO,PoetiRO].

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig [1623], The Poetical Recreations of Mr Alexander Craig, of Rose - Craig (Aberdene: Printed by Edward Raban, for David Melvill, 1623) [CraigAO,PoetiRO].

Craig, Alexander, of Rosecraig [1631], The pilgrime and heremite, In forme of a Dialogue, By Master Alexander Craig (Aberdene: Imprinted ... by Edward Raban, for David Melvill, 1631) [CraigAO,PilgrAH].

Crane, Ralph [1625], The Pilgrimes New - yeares - Gift: or, Fourteene Steps to the Throne of Glory. By the 7. Corporeall and 7. Spirituall Acts of Charitie, and those made Parallels. By Ralph Crane (London: Printed ... by M. F., [1625?]) [CraneR,PilgrNY].

Cranley, Thomas [1636], Amanda: Or, The Reformed Whore. Composed, and made by Thomas Cranley (London: Printed [by I. Norton], 1636) [CranlT,AmandOT].

Crashaw, Richard [1904], Steps to the Temple: Delights of the Muses and other poems: The text edited by A. R. Waller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1904) [CrashR,StepsTT].

Croker, John Wilson [1804], Familiar Epistles To Frederick J---s, Esq. On the Present State of the Irish Stage. Second Edition with Considerable Additions (Dublin: John Barlow, 1804) [CrokeJW,FamilET].

Croker, John Wilson [1806], The Amazoniad; Or, Figure and Fashion: A Scuffle in High Life. With Notes Critical and Historical, Interspersed with Choice Anecdotes of Bon Ton. Second Edition, with Additions (Dublin: Printed by John King [etc.], 1806) [CrokeJW,AmazoOF].

Croker, John Wilson [1812], Talavera. Ninth Edition. To Which are Added, Other Poems (London; Edinburgh: Printed for John Murray ... By Harding and Wright [etc.]; William Blackwood, 1812) [CrokeJW,TalavNE].

Croly, George [1827], May Fair. In four cantos (London: William M. Ainsworth, 1827) [CrolyG,MayFIFC].

Croly, George [1830], The Poetical Works of the Rev. George Croly: In Two Volumes (London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1830) [CrolyG,PoetiWO].

Croly, George [1846], The Modern Orlando. Cantos I to VII (London: Henry Colburn, 1846) [CrolyG,ModerOC].

Croly, George [1851], Scenes from Scripture with Other Poems. By the Rev. George Croly (London: Colburn and Co., 1851) [CrolyG,SceneFS].

Crompton, Hugh [1652], The Glory of Women: or a Looking - Glasse for Ladies: Wherein they may behold their own Excellency and Preheminence, proved to be greater then mans, by Scripture, Law, Reason & Authority, divine & human. Written first in Latine, by Henricus Cornelius Agrippa, Knight and Doctor both of Law and Physick. Afterwards Translated into English Prose, but now turned into Heroicall Verse. By H. C. Gent (London: Printed by T. H. for Frances Coles [etc.], 1652) [CrompH,GloryOW].

Crompton, Hugh [1657], Pierides, or The Muses Mount. By Hugh Crompton (London: Printed by J. G. for Charles Web [etc.], 1657) [CrompH,PieriOT].

Crompton, Hugh [1657], Poems By Hugh Crompton, The Son of Bacchus, and God - son of Apollo. Being A fardle of Fancies, or a medley of Musick, stewed in four Ounces of the Oyl of Epigrams (London: Printed by E. C. for Tho. Alsop [etc.], 1657) [CrompH,PoemsBH].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1894], The pink book. Being verses good, bad and indifferent. By T. W. H. Crosland (Brighton: Guy and Co., 1894) [CroslTW,PinkBBV].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1899], Other People's Wings: Parodies and Occasional Verses: by T. W. H. Crosland (London: At the Sign of the Unicorn, 1899) [CroslTW,OtherPW].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1899], The Absent - Minded Mule and Other Occasional Verses: By T. W. H. Crosland (London: At the Sign of the Unicorn, 1899) [CroslTW,AbsenMM].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1900], Pleasant Odes: By T. W. H. Crosland (Bristol; London: J. W. Arrowsmith; Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., 1900) [CroslTW,PleasOB].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1902], Outlook Odes: By T. W. H. Crosland (London: At The Unicorn, 1902) [CroslTW,OutloOB].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1903], The Five Notions: By T. W. H. Crosland (London: Grant Richards, 1903) [CroslTW,FiveNBT].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1912], Sonnets by T. W. H. Crosland (London: John Richmond, 1912) [CroslTW,SonneBT].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1912], The First Stone. By T. W. H. Crosland. On Reading The Unpublished Parts of `De Profundis' (London: Published by the Author, 1912) [CroslTW,FirstSB].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1915], A Chant of Affection and Other War Verses. By T. W. H. Crosland (London: Lakeman & Tucker, 1915) [CroslTW,ChantOA].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1916], War Poems: By "X' (London: Martin Secker, 1916) [CroslTW,WarPBX].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1917], The Collected Poems of T. W. H. Crosland (London: Martin Secker, 1917) [CroslTW,CollePO].

Crosland, Thomas William Hodgson [1928], Last Poems: By T. W. H. Crosland (London: The Fortune Press, 1928) [CroslTW,LastPBT].

Crossman, Samuel [1664], The Young Mans Meditation, or Some few Sacred Poems upon Select Subjects, and Scriptures. By Samuel Crossman (London: Printed by J. H. and are to be sold by S. Thompson ... and T. Parkhurst [etc.], 1664) [CrossS,YoungMM].

Crowe, William [1827], Lewesdon Hill, with other poems. By the Rev. William Crowe ... a corrected and much enlarged edition, with notes (London: John Murray, 1827) [CroweW,LewesHW].

Crowley, Robert [1548], The Confutation of .xiii. Articles wherunto Nicolas Shaxton, late byshop of Salisburye subscribed and caused be set forthe in print the yere of our Lorde. M. C. xlvi. whe he recanted in Smithfielde at London at the burning of mestres Anne Askue, which is liuely set forth in the figure folowynge (London: Imprinted ... by John Day and William Seres [etc.], [1548]) [CrowlR,ConfuOX].

Crowley, Robert [1549], The Psalter of David newely translated into English metre in such sort that it maye the more decently, and wyth more delyte of the mynde, be reade and songe of al men, wherunto is added a note of four partes, wyth other thynges, as shall appear in the Epistle to the Reader (London: Imprinted by Robert Crowley [etc.], 1549) [CrowlR,PsaltOD].

Crowley, Robert [1550], One and Thyrtye Epigrammes, wherein are briefly touched so many Abuses, that maye and ought to be put away. Compiled and Imprinted by Robert Crowley (Holburne: Imprinted by Robert Crowley [etc.], [1550]) [CrowlR,OneATEW].

Crowley, Robert [1550], The voyce of the laste trumpet blowen bi the seueth Angel (as is metioned in the eleuenth of the Apocalips) callynge al the estates of menne to the right path of their vocation, wherin are contayned xii lessons to twelue seueral estates of menne, whych if they learne and folowe, al shal be well and nothynge amise (London: Imprinted ... by Robert Crowley [etc.], 1550) [CrowlR,VoyceOT].

Crowley, Robert [1551], Philargyrie of greate Britayne (London: Imprynted ... by Robert Crowley [etc.], [1551]) [CrowlR,PhilaOG].

Crowley, Robert [1551], Pleasure And Payne, Heauen and Hell: Remembre these foure, and all shall be well. Compyled by Roberte Crowley (London: Imprinted ... by Robert Crowley [etc.], 1551) [CrowlR,PleasAP].

Croxall, Samuel [1714], An Original Canto of Spencer: Design'd as Part of his Fairy Queen, but never Printed. Now made Publick, By Nestor Ironside (London: Printed for A. Baldwin, 1714) [CroxaS,OrigiCO].

Croxall, Samuel [1714], Another Original Canto of Spencer: Design'd as Part of his Fairy Queen, but never Printed. Now made Publick, By Nestor Ironside (London: Printed for James Roberts, 1714) [CroxaS,AnothOC].

Croxall, Samuel [1715], The Vision. A Poem. By Mr. Croxall. Author of the Two Original Cantos of Spenser (London: Printed for J. Tonson, 1715) [CroxaS,VisioAP].

Croxall, Samuel [1721], The Fair Circassian, A Dramatic Performance. Done from the Original By a Gentleman - Commoner of Oxford. The Second Edition Corrected. To which are added Several Occasional Poems. By the same Author (London: Printed for John Watts, 1721) [CroxaS,FairCAD].

Cunningham, Allan [1813], Songs: Chiefly in the Rural Language of Scotland. By Allan Cunningham (London: Printed for the Author, By Smith & Davy [etc.], 1813) [CunniA,SongsCI].

Cunningham, Allan [1822], Sir Marmaduke Maxwell, A Dramatic Poem; The Maid of Galloway; The Legend of Richard Faulder; and Twenty Scottish Songs: By Allan Cunningham (London: Taylor and Hessey, 1822) [CunniA,SirMMAD].

Cunningham, Allan [1832], The Maid of Elvar, A Poem. In Twelve Parts. By Allan Cunningham (London: Edward Moxon, 1832) [CunniA,MaidOEA].

Cunningham, Allan [1847], Poems and Songs by Allan Cunningham. With an Introduction, Glossary and Notes by Peter Cunningham (London: John Murray, 1847) [CunniA,PoemsAS].

Cunningham, Allan [], The Magic Bridle. A Rhime Legend. By Allan Cunningham (London: , [n.d.]) [CunniA,MagicBA].

Cunningham, John [1760], A poetical essay, In manner of elegy, On the Lamented death Of His late Majesty, King George II. By J. Cunningham (Newcastle; Sunderland: Printed and Sold by R. Marchbank [etc.]; R. Akenhead ... and J. Postle [etc.], [1760]) [CunniJ,PoetiEI].

Cunningham, John [1771], Poems, chiefly pastoral. By John Cunningham. The second edition. With the Addition of several pastorals and other pieces (Newcastle: Printed by T. Slack ... Sold by Mess. Robinson and Roberts ... J. Dodsley ... T. Davies ... T. Slack [etc.], 1771) [CunniJ,PoemsCP].

Cutts, John, 1st Baron Cutts [1687], Poetical Exercises Written Upon Several Occasions. Presented and Dedicated to Her Royal Highness, Mary Princess of Orange (London: Printed for R. Bentley, and S. Magnes [etc.], 1687) [CuttsJ1,PoetiEW].

Cutts, John, 1st Baron Cutts [1695], On the Death of the Queen. By a Person of Honour (London: Printed for R. Bentley [etc.], 1695) [CuttsJ1,OnTDOTQ].

D'Israeli, Isaac [1791], Specimens of a new version of Telemachus to which is prefixed a defence of poetry. Addressed to Henry James Pye, Esq. Poet - Laureat. By I. D'Israeli. The second edition, corrected (London: Printed for Harrison and Co., 1791) [DisraI,SpeciOA].

D'Israeli, Isaac [1803], Narrative Poems by I. D'Israeli (London: Printed for John Murray [etc.], 1803) [DisraI,NarraPB].

Dallas, Robert Charles [1797], Miscellaneous writings: consisting of poems; Lucretia, a tragedy; and moral essays; with a vocabulary of the passions: in which their sources are pointed out; their regular currents traced; and their deviations delineated. By R. C. Dallas (London: Printed for T. N. Longman [etc.], 1797) [DallaRC,MisceWC].

Dallas, Robert Charles [1813], The miscellaneous works and novels of R. C. Dallas ... In seven volumes. A new edition (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [etc.], 1813) [DallaRC,MisceWA].

Dallas, Robert Charles [1819], Ode to the Duke of Wellington, and other poems, by Robert Charles Dallas ... Written between the ages of eleven and thirteen years (London: John Murray [etc.], 1819) [DallaRC,OdeTTDO].

Dallas, Robert Charles [1823], Adrastus, A Tragedy; Amabel, or The Cornish Lovers: And Other Poems. By R. C. Dallas (London: Printed for James Cawthorn, 1823) [DallaRC,AdrasAT].

Daniel, George [1806], Stanzas on Lord Nelson's death and victory. By G. D. and E[dwin]. B[entley]. (London: Printed by William Nicholson [etc.], 1806) [DanieG,StanzOL].

Daniel, George [1812], R---y---l Stripes; Or A Kick from Yar---h to Wa---s; With the Particulars of an Expedition to Oat---ds, and the Sprained Ancle: A Poem. By P--- P--- (London: Published by E. Wilson, 1812) [DanieG,RylSOAK].

Daniel, George [1812], Sophia's Letter to the B---r---n Ger---b; or Whiskers in the Dumps. With Old Sighs Set to New Tunes. A Poem (London: Published by E. Wilson, 1812) [DanieG,SophiLT].

Daniel, George [1812], The Ghost of "R---L Stripes," which was Prematurely Stifled in its Birth in January, 1812. By Jeremiah Juvenal (London: Published by M. Jones ... Printed by E. Thomas [etc.], 1812) [DanieG,GhostOR].

Daniel, George [1812], The R---l First - Born; or The Baby Out of His Leading - Strings: Containing the Particulars of Ap---y Confirmation, by the B---p of O---g: Introducing Old Friends with New Faces: A Poem: Being A Specimen of Ode, Elegy, Pastoral, Heroic, the Tender and the Terrific!! By P--- P--- (London: Published by E. Wilson, 1812) [DanieG,RlFBOTB].

Daniel, George [1813], Suppressed Evidence; or, R---l Intriguing: Being the history of a Courtship, Marriage and Separation, exemplified in the fate of the princess of ---. Together with a particular account of those characters which immediately led to it. Comprising the hitherto unknown mysteries of "my own memoirs." By P--- P---, Poet Laureat (London: Published by E. Wilson [etc.], 1813) [DanieG,SupprEO].

Daniel, George [1814], Virgil in London; or, Town Eclogues. To which are added, Imitations of Horace (London: Printed for Effingham Wilson [etc.], 1814) [DanieG,VirgiIL].

Daniel, George [1835], The Modern Dunciad: Virgil in London and Other Poems (London: William Pickering, 1835) [DanieG,ModerDV].

Daniel, George [1847], The Missionary. By George Daniel (London: William Pickering, 1847) [DanieG,MissiBG].

Daniel, George [1852], Democritus in London with The Mad Pranks and Comical Conceits of Motley and Robin Good - Fellow: To which are added Notes Festivous etc. (London: William Pickering, 1852) [DanieG,DemocIL].

Daniel, George [1863], Love's Last Labour Not Lost: By George Daniel (London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1863) [DanieG,LovesLL].

Daniel, George [1878], The poems of George Daniel ... From the original mss. in the British Museum: Hitherto unprinted. Edited, with introduction, notes, and illustrations, portrait, &c. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart: In four volumes (Boston, Lincolnshire: Printed for private circulation only, 1878) [DanieG,PoemsOG].

Daniel, Samuel [1605], In commendation of Mounsieur Erondel (1605) (In The French garden: for English Ladyes and Gentlewomen to walke in. Or, a Sommer dayes labour. Being an instruction for the attayning vnto the knowledge of the French Tongue: wherein for the practise thereof, are framed thirteene Dialogues French and English, concerning diuers matters from the rising in the morning till Bed - time. Also the Historie of the Centurion mencioned in the Gospell: in French Verses. Which is an easier and shortter Methode then [illeg.] beene yet set forth, to bring the louers of the French tongue to the perfection of the same. By Peter Erondell (London: Printed for Edward White [etc.], 1605)) [DanieS,InCOME1].

Daniel, Samuel [1606], Songs for the lute viol and voice: composed by I. Danyel. To Mris Anne Grene (London: Printed by T. E. for Thomas Adams [etc.], 1606) [DanieS,SongsFT].

Daniel, Samuel [1607], Certaine small workes heretofore divulged by Samuel Daniel one of the groomes of the Queenes maiesties priuie chamber, & now againe by him corrected and augmented (London: Printed by I. W. for Simon Waterson, 1607) [DanieS,CertaSW].

Daniel, Samuel [1611], Certaine small workes heretofore divulged by Samuel Daniell, one of the Groomes of the Queenes Maiesties most Honourable priuie Chamber, and now againe by him corrected and augmented (London: Printed by I. L. for Simon Waterson, 1611) [DanieS,CertaSW].

Daniel, Samuel [1885], The complete works in verse and prose of Samuel Daniel. Edited with memorial - introduction and a glossarial index embracing notes and illustrations. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart (London: Printed for private circulation only by Hazell, Watson and Viney, 1885) [DanieS,ComplWI].

Darby, Charles [1680], Bacchanalia: or A Description of a Drunken Club. A Poem (London: Printed for Robert Boulter [etc.], 1680) [DarbyC,BacchOA].

Darby, Charles [1695], An Elegy on the Death of the Queen. By C. D. Rector of K. in S. (London: Printed for John Chamberlain ... and are to be Sold by Peter Parker ... and John Whitlock [etc.], 1695) [DarbyC,ElegyOT].

Darby, Charles [1704], The Book of Psalms in English Metre. The Newest Version Fitted to the Common Tunes. By Charles Darby (London: Printed by S. Bridge, for Tho. Parkhurst [etc.], 1704) [DarbyC,BookOPI].

Darley, George [1822], The Errors of Ecstasie: A Dramatic Poem. With Other Pieces. By George Darley (London: G. and W. B. Whitaker, 1822) [DarleG,ErrorOE].

Darley, George [1827], Sylvia; or, The May Queen. A Lyrical Drama. By George Darley (London: John Taylor, 1827) [DarleG,SylviOT].

Darley, George [1829], The anniversary; or, poetry and prose for MDCCCXXIX. Edited by Allan Cunningham (London: Published by John Sharpe, 1829) [DarleG,AnnivOP].

Darley, George [1837], The Tribute: A collection of miscellaneous unpublished poems, by Various Authors. Edited by Lord Northampton (London: John Murray; Henry Lindsell, 1837) [DarleG,TribuAC].

Darley, George [1850], Poems of the late George Darley. A memorial volume printed for private circulation (Liverpool: A. Holden, [1850?]) [DarleG,PoemsOT].

Darley, George [1897], Nepenthe: A Poem in Two Cantos: By George Darley: With an Introduction by R. A. Streatfeild (London: Elkin Mathews, 1897) [DarleG,NepenAP].

Dart, John [1718], The Complaint of the Black Knight from Chaucer. By Mr. Dart (London: Printed by R. Redmayne, and sold by J. Morphew [etc.], 1718) [DartJ,ComplOT].

Dart, John [1720], The Works of Tibullus, Containing his Love - Elegies. Translated by Mr Dart. To which is added, The Life of the Author; with Observations on the Original Design of Elegiack Verse; and the Characters of the most Celebrated Greek, Latin and English Elegiack Poets (London: Printed by T. Sharpe, for W. Newton ... A. Bettesworth and J. Batley ... and W. Mears and T. Jauncy [etc.], 1720) [DartJ,WorksOT].

Dart, John [1721], Westminster - Abbey: A Poem (London: Printed for J. Batley [etc.], 1721) [DartJ,WestmAA].

Dart, John [1722], A poem on Chaucer and his Writings. Written at the Request of the Lord Bishop of Rochester; and now Dedicated to His Lordship. By Mr. Dart (London: Printed, and Sold T. Paine [etc.], 1722) [DartJ,PoemOCA].

Darwin, Erasmus [1751], Academiae Cantabrigiensis Luctus in obitum Frederici celsissimi walliae principis. (Cambridge: Joseph Bentham, 1751) [DarwiE,AcadeCL].

Darwin, Erasmus [1794], The golden age, a poetical epistle from Erasmus D---n ... to Thomas Beddoes (London: Printed for F. and C. Rivington, and J. Cooke [etc.], 1794) [DarwiE,GoldeAA].

Darwin, Erasmus [1799], The botanic garden, a poem. In two parts. Part I. Containing The economy of Vegetation, Part II. The Loves of the plants. With philosophical notes. The fourth edition. (London: Printed for J. Johnson [etc.], 1799) [DarwiE,BotanGA].

Darwin, Erasmus [1803], The temple of nature; or, the origin of society: a poem, with philosophical notes. By Erasmus Darwin (London: Printed for J. Johnson ... by T. Bensley, 1803) [DarwiE,TemplON].

Darwin, Erasmus [1812], Poetical Selections, consisting of the most approved pieces of our best modern British poets, excellent specimens of fugitive poetry, and some original pieces, by Cowper, Darwin, and others that have never before been published; Classically arranged under the following titles: -- martial, rural & descriptive; legendary; elegiac; humourous, sentimental & pathetic. Including extracts from some new and popular poems. A new edition. (Birmingham: Printed and published by Thomson and Wrightson and sold by Longman and Co.and Grosby, London, 1812) [DarwiE,PoetiSC].

Davenant, Sir William [1673], The works of Sr William Davenant ... Consisting of Those which were formerly Printed, and Those which he design'd for the Press: Now published Out of the Authors Originall Copies (London: Printed by T. N. for Henry Herringman [etc.], 1673) [DavenSW,WorksOS].

Davenant, Sir William [1685], The seventh and last canto of the third book of Gondibert, never yet printed. By Sir William Davenant (London: Printed for William Miller and Joseph Watts [etc.], 1685) [DavenSW,SevenAL].

Davidson, John [1893], Fleet Street Eclogues by John Davidson (London: Elkin Mathews & John Lane, 1893) [DavidJ,FleetSE].

Davidson, John [1894], Ballads & Songs: By John Davidson (London; Boston: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1894) [DavidJ,BallaAS].

Davidson, John [1896], A Second Series of Fleet Street Eclogues by John Davidson (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head; Dodd Mead and Company, 1896) [DavidJ,SeconSO].

Davidson, John [1897], New Ballads: By John Davidson (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1897) [DavidJ,NewBBJD].

Davidson, John [1899], The Last Ballad and Other Poems: By John Davidson (London; New York: John Lane, 1899) [DavidJ,LastBAO].

Davidson, John [1901], Testaments: By John Davidson. No. II. The Testament of a Man Forbid (London: Grant Richards, 1901) [DavidJ,TestaBJ].

Davidson, John [1901], Testaments: By John Davidson: No. I. The Testament of a Vivisector (London: Grant Richards, 1901) [DavidJ,TestaBJ].

Davidson, John [1902], Testaments: By John Davidson. No. III. The Testament of an Empire Builder (London: Grant Richards, 1902) [DavidJ,TestaBJ].

Davidson, John [1904], The Testament of a Prime Minister: By John Davidson (London: Grant Richards, 1904) [DavidJ,TestaOA].

Davidson, John [1906], Holiday and other Poems: With a Note On Poetry: By John Davidson (London: E. Grant Richards, 1906) [DavidJ,HolidAO].

Davidson, John [1908], The Testament of John Davidson (London: Grant Richards, 1908) [DavidJ,TestaOJ].

Davidson, John [1909], Fleet Street and Other Poems: By John Davidson (London: Grant Richards, 1909) [DavidJ,FleetSA].

Davidson, John, Minister of Prestonpans [1573], Ane Breif Commendatiovn of Vprichtnes, in respect of the surenes of the same, to all that walk in it, amplify it cheifly be that notabill document of Goddis michtie protectioun, in preseruing his maist vpricht seruand, and feruent Messinger of Christis Euangell, Iohne Knox. Set furth in Inglis meter be M. Iohne Dauidsone ... Quhairunto is addit in the end ane schort discurs of the Estaitis quha hes caus to deploir the deith of this Excellent seruand of God (Saint Andrews: Imprentit ... be Robert Lekpreuik, 1573) [DavidJM,AneBCOV].

Davidson, John, Minister of Prestonpans [1595], A Memorial of the life & death of two vvorthye Christians, Robert Campbel of the Kinyeancleugh, and his Wife Elizabeth Campbel. In English Meter (Edinbvrgh: Printed by Robert Walde - graue [etc.], 1595) [DavidJM,MemorOT].

Davidson, John, Minister of Prestonpans [1891], Satirical poems of the time of The Reformation: Edited by James Cranstoun (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood, 1891) [DavidJM,SatirPO].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1602], Mirum in modum. A Glimpse of Gods Glorie and The Soules Shape (London: Printed for William Aspley, 1602) [DavieJO,MirumIM].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1603], Microcosmos. The Discovery of the Little World, with the government thereof. By Iohn Davies (Oxford; London: Printed by Ioseph Barnes; To bee solde ... by Iohn Barnes, 1603) [DavieJO,MicroTD].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1605], Wittes Pilgrimage (by Poeticall Essaies): Through a VVorld of amorous Sonnets, Soule - passions, and other Passages, Diuine, Philosophicall, Morall, Poeticall, and Politicall. By Iohn Davies (London: Printed for Iohn Browne [etc.], [1605?]) [DavieJO,WittePB].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1606], Bien venv. Greate Britaines welcome to hir greate friendes, and deere brethren the Danes (London: Imprinted at London for Nathaniel Butter [etc.], 1606) [DavieJO,BienVGB].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1607], Summa Totalis or, All in All, and, the same for euer: Or, an Addition to Mirum in Modum. By the first Author, Iohn Dauies (London: Printed by William Iaggard [etc.], 1607) [DavieJO,SummaTO].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1609], Humours Heau'n on Earth; With The Ciuile Warres of Death and Fortune. As also The Triumph of Death: Or, The Picture of the Plague, according to the Life, as it was in Anno Domini. 1603. By Iohn Dauies of Hereford (London: Printed ... by A. I., 1609) [DavieJO,HumouHO].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1609], The Holy Roode, or Christs Crosse: Containing Christ Crucified, described in Speaking - picture. By Iohn Davies (London: Printed by John Windet for Nathaniel Butter, [1609]) [DavieJO,HolyROC].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1611], The Scourge of Folly. Consisting of satyricall Epigrams, And others in honour of many noble Persons and worthy friends, together, with a pleasant (though discordant) Descant upon most English Proverbs and others (London: Printed by E. A. for Richard Redmer [etc.], [1611]) [DavieJO,ScourOF].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1612], The Muses Sacrifice (London: Printed by T. S. for George Norton [etc.], 1612) [DavieJO,MusesS].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1613], The mvses - teares for the losse of their hope; heroick and nere - too - mvch praised Henry, Prince of Wales, &c. Together with times sobs for the vntimely death of his glory in that his Darling: and, lastly, his Epitaphs. Consecrated to the high and mighty Prince, Frederick the fift, Count palatine of Rhoyn. &c. Where vnto is added, Consolatory Straines to wrest Natvre from her bent in immoderate mourning; most loyally, and humbly wisht to the King and Qveenes most excellent maiesties. By Iohn Davies of Hereford (London: Printed by G. Eld for Iohn Wright [etc.], 1613) [DavieJO,MvsesTF].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1616], A Select Second Hvsband for Sir Thomas Overbvries Wife, Now a Matchlesse Widow (London: Printed by Thomas Creede and Barnard Allsopp for Iohn Marriott, 1616) [DavieJO,SelecSH].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1617], Wits Bedlam, Where is had, Whipping - cheer, to cure the Mad (London: Printed by G. Eld, and are to be sould by Iames Dauies [etc.], 1617) [DavieJO,WitsBWI].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1652], &grY;&grA;&grL;&grM;&GROg;&grS;&grQ;&grE;&GRIc;&grO;&GRST;, Or a Divine psalme or, Song, Wherein Predestination is maintained, yet the honour of Jehovah preserved and vindicated: And to that eternall song the holy Scripture dedicated. By John Davis. Whereunto is annexed an Elogie upon the Patron, With certaine Divine Epigrams to whom the Author presented some of his Books (London: Printed and are to be sold by Humphrey Moseley ... and by Andrew Kemb [etc.], 1652) [DavieJO,GrygrOA].

Davies, John, of Hereford [1878], The complete works of John Davies of Hereford ... For the first time collected and edited: With memorial - introduction, notes and illustrations, glossarial index, and portrait and facsimile, &c. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart ... In two volumes (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press: Thomas and Archibald Constable, 1878) [DavieJO,ComplWO].

Davies, Sir John [1869], The Works in Verse and Prose (including hitherto unpublished Mss.) of Sir John Davies: for the first time collected and edited: With memorial - introductions and notes: By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart. In three volumes ([Blackburn]: Printed for private circulation, 1869) [DavieSJ,WorksIV].

Davies, William [1869], Songs of A Wayfarer. By William Davies (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1869) [DavieW,SongsOA].

Davies, William [1873], The Shepherd's Garden. By William Davies (London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low and Searle, 1873) [DavieW,ShephGB].

Davis, Thomas Osborne [1846], The Poems of Thomas Davis (Dublin; London: James Duffy, 1846) [DavisTO,PoemsOT].

Day, Angel [1587], Daphnis and Chloe: Excellently describing the weight of affection, the simplicitie of loue, the purport of honest meaning, the resolution of men, and disposition of Fate, finished in a Pastorall, and interlaced with the praises of a most peerlesse Princesse, wonderfull in Maiestie, and rare in perfection, celebrated within the same Pastorall, and therefore termed by the name of The Shepheards Holidaie. By Angell Daye (London: Printed by Robert Walde - graue [etc.], 1587) [DayA,DaphnAC].

Day, Angel [1587], Vpon the life and death of the most worthy, and thrise renowmed knight, Sir Phillip Sidney: A Commemoration of his worthines, Contayning a briefe recapitulation, of his valiant vsage and death taken, in her Maiesties seruices of the warres in the Low - countries of Flaunders (London: Printed by Robert Walde - graue [etc.], [1587]) [DayA,VponTLA].

Day, Angel [1595], Commendatory poem to Nennio (1595) (In Nennio, Or A Treatise of Nobility: Wherein is discoursed what true Nobilitie is, with such qualities as are required in a perfect Gentleman. Written in Italian by that famous Doctor and worthy knight Sir John Baptista Nenna of Bari. Done into English by William Iones (London: Printed by P. S. for Paule Linley, and Iohn Flasket [etc.], 1595)) [DayA,CommePT].

Day, James [1637], A New Spring of Divine Poetrie. I. Day (London: Printed ... by T. C. for Humphrey Blunden [etc.], 1637) [DayJ,NewSODP].

De Vere, Aubrey Thomas [1884], The Poetical Works of Aubrey De Vere (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1884) [DeVAT,PoetiWO].

De Vere, Edward, 17th Earl of Oxford [1872], Miscellanies of The Fuller Worthies' Library. The Poems of Thomas, Lord Vaux ... Edward, Earl of Oxford ... Robert, Earl of Essex ... and Walter, Earl of Essex ... For the first time collected. Edited, with memorial introduction and notes. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart ([Blackburn]: Printed for private circulation, 1872) [DeVE1EO,MisceOT].

De Vere, Sir Aubrey [1815], Ode to the Duchess of Angouleme (London [etc.]: Printed for Layman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Browne [etc.], 1815) [DeVSA,OdeTTDO].

De Vere, Sir Aubrey [1842], A Song of Faith, Devout Exercises and Sonnets by Sir Aubrey De Vere (London: William Pickering, 1842) [DeVSA,SongOFD].

Dean, John [1680], The Badger In the Fox - Trap, Or A Satyr upon Satyrs ([London]: , [1680?]) [DeanJ,BadgeIT].

Dean, John [1680], The Dutch - Miller, and New Invented Wind - Miller ([London]: Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright and J. Clarke, [1680]) [DeanJ,DutchMA].

Dean, John [1681], The Wine - Cooper's Delight. To the Tune of, The Delights of The Bottle (London: Printed for H. L. [etc.], 1681) [DeanJ,WineCDT].

Dean, John [1682], Iter Boreale, or, Tyburn in Mourning For the Loss of a Saint. A New Song, To the Tune of, Now the Toryes that Glories. Written by J. D. (London: Printed for C. Tebroc, 1682) [DeanJ,IterBOT].

Dean, John [1682], The Hunting of the Fox. A New Song (London: Printed for J. D., 1682) [DeanJ,HuntiOT].

Dean, John [1683], The Lord Russels Last Farewel to the World. A song (London: Printed for J. Dean [etc.], 1683) [DeanJ,LordRLF].

Dean, John [1683], The Loyal Conquest Or, Destruction of Treason, A Song (London: Printed for J. Dean [etc.], 1683) [DeanJ,LoyalCO].

Dean, John [1684], Oate's Bug - Bug - Boarding - School, at Camberwell. A Song. Writ by J. Dean (London: Printed for J. Dean [etc.], 1684) [DeanJ,OatesBB].

Deloney, Thomas [1586], A most ioyfull Songe, made in the behalfe of all her Maiesties faithfull and louing Subiects: of the great ioy, which was made in London, at the taking of the late trayterous Conspirators, which sought oportunity to kyll her Maiesty, to spoyle the Cittie, and by forraigne inuasion to ouerrun the Realme: for the which haynous Treasons, fourteen of them haue suffred death on the 20. & 21. of Sept. Also, a detestation against those Conspirators, and all their Confederates, giuing God the prayse for the safe preseruation of her maiesty, and their subuersion. Anno. Domini. 1586. To the tune of: O man in desperation (London: Printed ... by Richard Iones, 1586) [DelonT,MostISM].

Deloney, Thomas [1586], A proper newe sonet declaring the lamentation of Beckles in Suffolke, which was in the great winde upon. S Andrewes eue last, past most pittifully burned with fire, to the losse by estimation of twentie thousande pound and vpwarde, and to the number of foure score dwelling houses (London; Norwich: Imprinted by Robert Robinson; for Nicholas Colm [etc.], 1586) [DelonT,PropeNS].

Deloney, Thomas [1588], A ioyful nevv Ballad, declaring the happie obtaining of the great Galleazzo, wherein Don Pietro de Valdez was the chiefe, through the mightie power and prouidence of God, being a speciall token of his gracious and fatherly goodnes towards vs, to the great encouragement of all those that willingly fight in the defence of his gospel and our good Queene of England (London: Printed by John Wolfe for Edwarde White, 1588) [DelonT,IoyfuNB].

Deloney, Thomas [1588], A new Ballet of the straunge and most cruell Whippes which the Spanyards had prepared to whippe and torment English men and women: which were found and taken at the ouerthrow of certaine of the Spanish Shippes in Iuly last past. 1588 (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Orwin and Thomas Gubbin [etc.], 1588) [DelonT,NewBOTS].

Deloney, Thomas [1588], The Queenes visiting of the Campe at Tilsburie with her entertainment there (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn VVolfe for Edward White, 1588) [DelonT,QueenVO].

Deloney, Thomas [1607], Strange Histories, or, Songes and Sonets, of Kings, Princes, Dukes, Lordes, Ladyes, Knights, and Gentlemen. Very pleasant either to be read or songe: and a most excellent warning for all estates (London: Imprinted ... for W. Barley [etc.], 1607) [DelonT,StranHO].

Deloney, Thomas [1612], Thomas of Reading. or, The sixe worthy yeomen of the West. Now the fourth time corrected and enlarged. By T. D. (London: Printed ... for T. P., 1612) [DelonT,ThomaOR].

Deloney, Thomas [1631], The garland of Good Will. Diuided into three parts: Containing many pleasant Songs, and prety poems, to sundry new Notes. With a Table to finde the names of all the Songs. Written by T. D. (London: Imprinted ... for Robert Bird [etc.], 1631) [DelonT,GarlaOG].

Deloney, Thomas [1637], The Gentle Craft. A discovrse Containing many matters of Delight, very pleasant to be read: Shewing what famous men have beene Shoomakers in time past in this Land, with their worthy deeds and great Hospitality. Declaring the cause why it is called the Gentle Craft: and also how the Proverbe first grew; A Shoemakers sonne is a Prince borne. T. D. (London: Printed for Robert Bird, 1637) [DelonT,GentlCA].

Deloney, Thomas [1639], The gentile craft. The second Part. Being a most merrie and pleasant Historie, not altogether vnprofitable nor any way hurtfull: verie fit to passe away the tediousnesse of the long winter evenings. By T. D.: Newly corrected and augmented (London: Printed by Elizabeth Purslow [etc.], 1639) [DelonT,GentiCT].

Denham, Sir John [1642], Coopers Hill. A Poeme (London: Printed for Tho. Walkley [etc.], 1642) [DenhaSJ,CoopeHA].

Denham, Sir John [1928], The poetical works of Sir John Denham: Edited with notes and introduction by Theodore Howard Banks (New Haven; London: Yale University Press; Humphrey Milford: Oxford University Press, 1928) [DenhaSJ,PoetiWO].

Dermody, Thomas [1792], Poems, Consisting Of Essays, Lyric, Elegiac, &c. By Thomas Dermody. Written between the 13th and 16th Year of his Age (Dublin: Printed by J. Jones [etc.], 1792) [DermoT,PoemsCO].

Dermody, Thomas [1800], Poems, moral, and descriptive. By Thomas Dermody (London: Printed by J. Crowder ... for Vernor and Hood ... and Lackington, Allen, and Co. [etc.], 1800) [DermoT,PoemsMA].

Dermody, Thomas [1802], The Histrionade: Or, Theatric Tribunal; A Poem, Descriptive of the Principal Performers at Both Houses. In Two Parts. By Marmaduke Myrtle (London: Printed for R. S. Kirby ... C. Chapple ... J. Ginger [etc.], 1802) [DermoT,HistrOT].

Dermody, Thomas [1807], The Harp of Erin, Containing the Poetical Works of the Late Thomas Dermody. In Two Volumes (London: Printed for Richard Phillips ... By T. Gillet [etc.], 1807) [DermoT,HarpOEC].

Derrick, Samuel [1754], Proposals for Printing by Subscription, A Collection of Original Poems. By Samuel Derrick (London: , 1754) [DerriS,PropoFP].

Derrick, Samuel [1755], A Collection of Original Poems. By Samuel Derrick (London: Printed for the author; And sold by A. Millar, 1755) [DerriS,ColleOO].

Derrick, Samuel [1762], The Battle of Lora. A Poem. With Some Fragments written in the Erse, or Irish Language, By Ossian, the Son of Fingal. Translated into English Verse By Mr. Derrick (London: Printed by T. Gardner ... and sold by Messrs. Dodsley ... and J. Coote [etc.], 1762) [DerriS,BattlOL].

Derrick, Samuel [1769], Derrick's Jests; or, The Wits Chronicle. Containing A pleasing Variety of Repartees, Puns, Bon - Mots, and other Species of Wit and Humour, Which passed between Samuel Derrick ... and other Persons distinguished for their Wit and Humour. Also A Collection of Poetical Pieces on Various Subjects, By Mr. Derrick and Others. Dedicated to the Public (London: Printed for I. Fell ... and sold by Mr. Leake, and Mr. Frederick [etc.], 1769) [DerriS,DerriJO].

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex [1870], The poems of Thomas, Lord Vaux ... Edward, Earl of Oxford ... Robert, Earl of Essex ... and Walter, Earl of Essex ... For the first time collected. Edited, with memorial introduction and notes. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart [in Miscellanies of The Fuller Worthies' Library] ([Blackburn]: Printed for private circulation, 1870 - 1872) [DeverRE,PoemsOT].

Diaper, William [1712], Nereides: or Sea - Eclogues (London: Printed by J. H. for E. Sanger [etc.], 1712) [DiapeW,NereiOS].

Diaper, William [1713], Dryades; or, The Nymphs Prophecy. A Poem. By Mr. Diaper (London: Printed for Bernard Lintott [etc.], 1713) [DiapeW,DryadOT].

Diaper, William [1714], An imitation of the Seventeenth Epistle of the First Book of Horace. Address'd to Dr. S---ft. By Mr. Diaper. (London: Printed for John Morphew [etc.], 1714) [DiapeW,ImitaOT].

Diaper, William [1720], Lincolnshire. A poem (Bury St. Edmunds: Printed for the Author, 1720) [DiapeW,LincoAP].

Diaper, William [1722], Oppian's Halieuticks of the Nature of Fishes and Fishing of the Ancients: In V. Books. Translated from the Greek, with an Account of Oppian's Life and Writings and a Catalogue of his Fishes (Oxford: Imprimateur, Rob. Shippen, 1722) [DiapeW,OppiaHO].

Dibdin, Charles Isaac Mungo, the younger [1807], Mirth and Metre consisting of Poems, Serious, Humorous, and Satirical; Songs, Sonnets, Ballads & Bagatelles. Written by C. Dibdin, Jun. (London: Printed for Vernor, Hood and Sharpe ... by W. Wilson, 1807) [DibdiCI,MirthAM].

Dibdin, Charles Isaac Mungo, the younger [1819], Young Arthur; Or, The Child of Mystery: A Metrical Romance, by C. Dibdin (London: Printed by Strahan and Spottiswoode for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1819) [DibdiCI,YoungAO].

Dibdin, Charles Isaac Mungo, the younger [1825], Comic Tales and Lyrical Fancies; including The Chessiad, a Mock - Heroic, in Five Cantos; and The Wreath of Love, in Four Cantos. By C. Dibdin, the Younger (London: G. B. Whittaker, 1825) [DibdiCI,ComicTA].

Dibdin, Thomas John [1813], A Metrical History of England; Or, Recollections, in Rhyme, Of some of the most prominent Features in our National Chronology, from the Landing of Julius Caesar to the Commencement of the Regency, in 1812. In Two Volumes ... By Thomas Dibdin (London: Printed for the Proprietor by Joseph Hartnell ... And Sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Browne ... By R. W. Elliston [etc.], 1813) [DibdiTJ,MetriHO].

Dibdin, Thomas John [1834], Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, metrically condensed. In six cantos. By T. Dibdin (London: Harding and King, 1834) [DibdiTJ,BunyaPP].

Dickenson, John [1594], Arisbas, Euphues amidst his slumbers: Or Cupid's Iourney to Hell. Decyphering a myrror of Constancie, a Touch - stone of tried affection, begun in chaste desires, ended in choise delights: And emblasoning Beauties glorie, adorned by Natures bountie. VVith the Trivmph of Trve Loue, in the Soyle of false Fortune. By I. D. (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Creede [etc.], 1594) [DickeJ,ArisbEA].

Dickenson, John [1596], The Shepheardes Complaint. A passionate Eclogue, written in English Hexameters: Where vnto are annexed other canceits, brieflie expressing the effects of Loues impressions, and the iust punishment of aspiring beautie. By J. D. (London: Imprinted ... for William Blackewall [etc.], [1596]) [DickeJ,ShephCA].

Dickenson, John [1598], Greene in Conceipt. New raised from his graue to write the Tragique Historie of faire Valeria of London. Wherein is Trvly Discovered the rare and lamentable issue of a Husbands dotage, a wiues leudnesse, & childrens disobedience. Receiued and reported by I. D. (London: Printed ... by Richard Bradocke for William Iones [etc.], 1598) [DickeJ,GreenIC].

Dillon, Wentworth, 4th Earl of Roscommon [1680], Horace's Art of Poetry. Made English By the Right Honorable The Earl of Roscommon (London: Printed for Henry Herringman [etc.], 1680) [DilloW4,HoracAO].

Dillon, Wentworth, 4th Earl of Roscommon [1685], An Essay on Translated Verse. By the Earl of Roscommon. The Second Edition Corrected and Enlarg'd (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1685) [DilloW4,EssayOT].

Dillon, Wentworth, 4th Earl of Roscommon [1714], Poems on Several Occasions. By the Earls of Roscommon, and Dorset, &c. (London: Printed for E. Curll, 1714) [DilloW4,PoemsOS].

Dillon, Wentworth, 4th Earl of Roscommon [1717], Poems by the Earl of Roscomon. To which is added, An Essay on Poetry, By the Earl of Mulgrave, now Duke of Buckingham. Together with Poems by Mr. Richard Duke (London: Printed for J. Tonson [etc.], 1717) [DilloW4,PoemsBT].

Dillon, Wentworth, 4th Earl of Roscommon [1749], [The works of the Earl of Roscommon, in] The works of the most celebrated Minor Poets. Namely, Wentworth, Earl of Roscommon; Charles, Earl of Dorset; Charles, Earl of Halifax; Sir Samuel Garth; George Stepney, Esq; Wiliam Walsh, Esq; Thomas Tickell, Esq. Never before collected and publish'd together; In two volumes (London: Printed for F. Cogan [etc.], 1749) [DilloW4,TheWOTE].

Dixon, Richard Watson [1861], Christ's Company and Other Poems: By Richard Watson Dixon (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1861) [DixonRW,ChrisCA].

Dixon, Richard Watson [1864], Historical Odes and Other Poems. By Richard Watson Dixon (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1864) [DixonRW,HistoOA].

Dixon, Richard Watson [1883], Mano: a poetical history of the time of the close of the tenth century concerning the adventures of a Norman knight which fell part in Normandy part in Italy. In four books. By Richard Watson Dixon (London: George Routledge & Sons, 1883) [DixonRW,ManoAPH].

Dixon, Richard Watson [1884], Odes and Eclogves: By Richard Watson Dixon (Oxford: Henry Daniel, 1884) [DixonRW,OdesAEB].

Dixon, Richard Watson [1887], Lyrical Poems. By Richard Watson Dixon (Oxford: Printed by H. Daniel [etc.], 1887) [DixonRW,LyricPB].

Dixon, Richard Watson [1888], The Story of Eudocia & Her Brothers: By Richard Watson Dixon (Oxford: H. Daniel, 1888) [DixonRW,StoryOE].

Dixon, Richard Watson [1905], The Last Poems of Richard Watson Dixon ... Selected and Edited by Robert Bridges: With a Preface by M. E. Coleridge (London; Edinburgh: Henry Frowde, 1905) [DixonRW,LastPOR].

Dobell, Sydney Thompson [1875], The Poetical Works of Sydney Dobell. With Introductory Notice and Memoir by John Nichol (London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1875) [DobelST,PoetiWO].

Dobson, Henry Austin [1913], Collected poems: By Austin Dobson: Ninth edition (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1913) [DobsoHA,CollePB].

Dobson, Henry Austin [1930], Three unpublished poems by Austin Dobson (Winchester: Mr. Blakeney's Private Press, 1930) [DobsoHA,ThreeUP].

Dodd, William [1750], A New Book of the Dunciad: Occasion'd By Mr. Warburton's New Edition of The Dunciad Complete. By a Gentleman of one of the Inns of Court. With several of Mr. Warburton's own Notes, and likewise Notes Variorum (London: Printed for J. Payne and J. Bocquet [etc.], 1750) [DoddW,NewBOTD].

Dodd, William [1753], An Epistle to a Lady, Concerning some Important and Necessary Truths in Religion (London: Printed by the Author, and sold by Mr. Dodesly ... Mr. Waller ... and Mr. Clarke, [1753?]) [DoddW,EpistTA].

Dodd, William [1755], The Hymns of Callimachus, Translated from the Greek into English Verse, With Explanatory Notes. To which are added, Select Epigrams, and the Coma Berenices of the same Author, Six Hymns of Orpheus, and The Encomium of Ptolemy by Theocritus. By William Dodd (London: Printed for the Translator, And Sold by T. Waller ... and J. Ward [etc.], 1755) [DoddW,HymnsOC].

Dodd, William [1758], Thoughts on the glorious epiphany of the Lord Jesus Christ. A poetical essay written at Southampton in the Year MDCCLVII. Sacred to Friendship. By the Reverend William Dodd [etc.] (London: Printed by W. Faden and Sold by E. Dilly, [etc.], 1758) [DoddW,ThougOT].

Dodd, William [1767], Poems, by Dr. Dodd (London: Printed by Dryden Leach, 1767) [DoddW,PoemsBD].

Dodd, William [1793], Thoughts in Prison, in Five Parts, viz. The Imprisonment -- The Retrospect -- Public Punishment -- The Trial -- Futurity; By the Rev. William Dodd. To which are added, His Last Prayer, Written in the Night before his Death; The Convict's Address to his Unhappy Brethren; and Other Miscellaneous Pieces: With an account of the author, and a list of his works ... The fourth edition, with additions (London: Printed for C. Dilly [etc.], 1793) [DoddW,ThougIP].

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge [1939], The Complete Works of Lewis Carroll with an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel (London; New York: The Nonesuch Press; Random House, [1939]) [DodgsCL,ComplWO].

Dodsley, Robert [1731], An Epistle From A Footman in London To the Celebrated Stephen Duck (London: Printed for J. Brindley ... and Sold by J. Roberts; J. Wilford; E. Nutt ... and A. Dodd [etc.], 1731) [DodslR,EpistFA].

Dodsley, Robert [1731], The footman's friendly advice: To his Brethren of the Livery; And to all Servants in General: ... To which is Prefix'd, An Introduction, humbly Submitted to the Consideration of all Noblemen, Gentlemen, and Ladies, who keep many Servants. Also a postscript, In Answer To Squire Moreton's Pamphlet, Intituled, Every Body's Business is no Body's. By R. D. (London: Printed for T. Worrall [etc.], [1731]) [DodslR,FootmFA].

Dodsley, Robert [1732], A Muse in Livery. A Collection of Poems (London: Printed for J. Nourse [etc.], 1732) [DodslR,MuseILA].

Dodsley, Robert [1735], Beauty: or The Art of Charming. A Poem (London: Printed for Lawton Gilliver [etc.], 1735) [DodslR,BeautOT].

Dodsley, Robert [1736], The toy - shop. To which are added, epistles and poems on several occasions. By Robert Dodsley (London: Printed for the author ... and Lawton Gilliver [etc.], 1736) [DodslR,ToySTWA].

Dodsley, Robert [1777], Trifles ... with several others, not more Considerable. The second edition. By R. Dodsley ([London]: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1777) [DodslR,TriflWS].

Dolben, Digby Mackworth [1915], The Poems of Digby Mackworth Dolben. Edited with a Memoir by Robert Bridges (London: Humphrey Milford, 1915) [DolbeDM,PoemsOD].

Domett, Alfred [1833], Poems: By Alfred Domett (London: Henry Leggatt, 1833) [DometA,PoemsBA].

Domett, Alfred [1839], Venice: By Alfred Domett (London: Saunders and Otley, 1839) [DometA,VenicBA].

Domett, Alfred [1877], Flotsam and Jetsam: Rhymes Old and New. By Alfred Domett (London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1877) [DometA,FlotsAJ].

Domett, Alfred [1883], Ranolf and Amohia: A dream of two lives. By Alfred Domett. New edition, revised (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1883) [DometA,RanolAA].

Donne, John [1633], Poems, By J. D.: With Elegies on the Authors Death (London: Printed by M. F. for Iohn Marriot [etc.], 1633) [DonneJ,PoemsBJ].

Donne, John [1635], Poems, By J. D. With Elegies on the Authors Death (London: Printed by M. F. for John Marriot [etc.], 1635) [DonneJ,PoemsBJ].

Donne, John [1872], The Complete Poems of John Donne ... For the first time fully collected and collated with the original and early editions and mss. and enlarged with hitherto unprinted and inedited poems from mss. etc. and portraits, facsimiles, and other illustrations in the quarto form. Edited with preface, essay on life and writings, and notes, by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart. In two volumes ([London]: Printed for private circulation, 1872) [DonneJ,ComplPO].

Donne, John [1896], Poems of John Donne: Edited by E. K. Chambers with an introduction by George Saintsbury (London; New York: Lawrence & Bullen; Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896) [DonneJ,PoemsOJ].

Donne, John [1899], The Life and Letters of John Donne ... Now for the first time revised and collected by Edmund Gosse ... with portraits etc. In two volumes (London: William Heinemann, 1899) [DonneJ,LifeALO].

Doubleday, Thomas [1818], Sixty - Five Sonnets; With Prefatory Remarks on the Accordance of the Sonnet with the Powers of the English Language: Also, A Few Miscellaneous Poems (London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy [etc.], 1818) [DoublT,SixtyFS].

Doubleday, Thomas [1829], Dioclesian. A dramatic poem. By Thomas Doubleday (London: Hurst, Chance and Co., 1829) [DoublT,DioclAD].

Doughty, Charles Montagu [1900], Under Arms. Charles Doughty (Westminster: Archibald Constable & Co., 1900) [DoughCM,UnderAC].

Doughty, Charles Montagu [1906], The Dawn in Britain by Charles M. Doughty (London: Duckworth & Co., 1906) [DoughCM,DawnIBB].

Doughty, Charles Montagu [1908], Adam cast forth: By Charles M. Doughty (London: Duckworth & Co., 1908) [DoughCM,AdamCFB].

Doughty, Charles Montagu [1916], The Titans by Charles M. Doughty (London: Duckworth & Co., 1916) [DoughCM,TitanBC].

Doughty, Charles Montagu [1923], Mansoul or The Riddle of the World: Charles M. Doughty (London: Jonathan Cape & The Medici Society, 1923) [DoughCM,MansoOT].

Douglas, Francis [1758], A Pastoral Elegy To the Memory of Miss Mary Urquhart, Daughter to William Urquhart of Meldrum Esq; Who died the 24th November 1758. By Francis Douglas (Aberdeen: , 1758) [DouglF,PastoET].

Douglas, Francis [1759], Rural love, a tale. In the Scotish dialect. To which is added a glossary, or Alphabetical Explanation of the Scotish Words and Phrases. (Aberdeen: Printed by Francis Douglas and sold by J. Coot [etc.], 1759) [DouglF,RuralLA].

Douglas, Francis [1782], The Birth - day; with a few strictures on the Times; a poem, in three cantos. With The Preface and Notes of an Edition to be published in the Year 1782. By a farmer (Glasgow; Edinburgh: Printed and sold by A. Foulis for the Author; Sold by W. Creech, 1782) [DouglF,BirthDW].

Douglas, Gavin [1950], Virgil's Aeneid translated into Scottish verse by Gavin Douglas ... Edited with an introduction, notes, and glossary by David F. C. Coldwell (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1950 - 1964) [DouglG,VirgiAT].

Douglas, Gavin [1967], The Shorter Poems of Gavin Douglas: Edited by Priscilla J. Bawcutt (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1967) [DouglG,ShortPO].

Dowden, Edward [1876], Poems. By Edward Dowden (London; Toronto: J. M. Dent, 1876) [DowdeE,PoemsBE].

Dowden, Edward [1913], A Woman's Reliquary (Churchtown; Dundrum: The Cuala Press, 1913) [DowdeE,WomanR].

Downman, Hugh [1768], The Land of the Muses: a poem, In the Manner of Spenser. With Poems on several Occasions. By Hugh Downman (Edinburgh: Printed for the author [etc.], 1768) [DownmH,LandOTM].

Downman, Hugh [1770], An elegy Wrote under a Gallows. With a Preface concerning the Nature of Elegy (London: Printed for the Author, [1770?]) [DownmH,ElegyWU].

Downman, Hugh [1770], The Soliloquy, a poem, Occasioned by a late Decision (Edinburgh: Printed for the author, [1770]) [DownmH,SolilAP].

Downman, Hugh [1775], The Drama, a Poem (London: Printed for J. Williams [etc.], 1775) [DownmH,DramaAP].

Downman, Hugh [1791], Poems to Thespia. To Which are Added, Sonnets, &c. (Exeter: Printed by R. Trewman and Son, 1791) [DownmH,PoemsTT].

Downman, Hugh [1803], Infancy, or the management of children: a didactic poem, in six books. The sixth edition. To which are added poems not before published. By Hugh Downman (Exeter: Printed by Trewman and Son; sold by them and Cadell and Davies, London, 1803) [DownmH,InfanOT].

Dowrich, Anne [1589], The French Historie. That is; A lamentable Discourse of three of the chiefe, and most famous bloodie broiles that haue happened in France for the Gospell of Iesus Christ. Namelie; 1 The outrage called The winning of S. Iames his Streete, 1557. 2 The constant Martirdome of Annas Burgeus one of the K. Councell, 1559. 3 The bloodie Marriage of Margaret Sister to Charles the 9. Anno 1572. Published by A. D. (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Orwin for Thomas Man, 1589) [DowriA,FrencHT].

Dowrich, Anne [1596], Verses written by a Gentlewoman, upon The Iaylors Conversion (1596) (In The Iaylors Conversion ... By Hugh Dowriche (London: Printed by Iohn Windet [etc.], 1596)) [DowriA,VerseWB].

Dowson, Ernest Christopher [1934], The Poetical Works of Ernest Christopher Dowson: Edited, with an introduction, by Desmond Flower (London: Cassell; John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1934) [DowsoEC,PoetiWO].

Doyle, Sir Francis Hastings Charles [1840], Miscellaneous Verses by Sir Francis Hastings Doyle (London: Saunders and Otley, 1840) [DoyleSF,MisceVB].

Doyle, Sir Francis Hastings Charles [1877], Lectures on poetry delivered at Oxford: By Sir Francis Hastings Doyle ... Second Series (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1877) [DoyleSF,LectuOP].

Doyle, Sir Francis Hastings Charles [1883], The Return of the Guards and Other Poems. By Sir Francis Hastings Doyle (London: Macmillan, 1883) [DoyleSF,ReturOT].

Doyle, Sir Francis Hastings Charles [1885], To the Memory of General Gordon (: , [1885]) [DoyleSF,ToTMOGG].

Doyle, Sir Francis Hastings Charles [1888], Senilia: By Sir Francis Hastings Doyle (London: Printed by Spottiswoode & Co., 1888) [DoyleSF,SenilBS].

Drant, Thomas [1565], Impii cvivsdam epigrammatis qvod edidit Richardus Sbaklockus in mortem Cuthberti Scoti, quonda praesulis Cestrensis Apomaxis. Thoma Dranta Cantabrigiensi authore. Also certayne of the speciall Articles of the Epigramme, refuted in Englyshe by T. D. (London: In aedibus Thomae Marshi, 1565) [DrantT,ImpiiCE].

Drant, Thomas [1566], A Medicinable Morall, that is, the two Bookes of Horace his Satyres, Englyshed accordyng to the prescription of saint Hierome. The Wailynges of the Prophet Hieremiah, done into Englyshe verse. Also Epigrammes. T. Drant (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1566) [DrantT,MedicMT].

Drant, Thomas [1567], Horace His arte of Poetrie, pistles, and Satyrs Englished, and to the Earle of Ormounte By Tho. Drant addressed (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1567) [DrantT,HoracHA].

Drant, Thomas [1568], Epigrams and sentences spirituall in vers, of Gregorina Zanzen, an auncient & famous Bishop in the Greke churche: Englished by Tho. Drant (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1568) [DrantT,EpigrAS].

Drant, Thomas [1572], A commendatory poem (1572) (In The Fovre bookes of Flauius Vegetius Renatus, briefelye contayninge a plaine forme, and perfect knowledge of Martiall policye, feates of Chiualrie, and vvhatsoeuer pertayneth to warre. Translated out of lattine, into Englishe, by Iohn Sadler (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1572)) [DrantT,CommeP1].

Drayton, Michael [1931], The Works of Michael Drayton: Edited by J. William Hebel (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1931) [DraytM,WorksOM].

Drout, John [1570], The pityfull Historie of two Louing Italians, Gaulfrido and Barnardo le vayne: which ariued in the countrey of Grece, in the time of the noble Emperoure Vaspasian. And Translated out of Italian into Englishe meeter by John Drout (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Binneman [etc.], 1570) [DroutJ,PityfHO].

Drummond, William, of Hawthornden [1913], The Poetical Works of William Drummond of Hawthornden: With `A Cypresse Grove': Edited by L. E. Kastner (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1913) [DrummWO,PoetiWO].

Dryden, John [1882], The works of John Dryden: Illustrated with notes, historical, critical, and explanatory, and a life of the author, by Sir Walter Scott ... revised and corrected by George Saintsbury (Edinburgh; London: William Paterson, 1882 - 1892) [DrydeJ,WorksOJ].

Du Maurier, George Louis Palmella Busson [1898], A Legend of Camelot, Pictures and Poems, &c., By George du Maurier (London: Bradbury, Agnew & Co., 1898) [DuMGLPB,LegenOC].

Duck, Stephen [1730], Royal Benevolence. A poem. Most humbly Address'd to her Majesty Queen Caroline. As it was Presented to the said Queen's Majesty, by the Author, On Friday, the 2nd of October, 1730. at Windsor - Castle. To which is annexed, A poem on providence. Both written by Stephen Duck (London: Printed and sold by W. Harris [etc.], 1730) [DuckS,RoyalBA].

Duck, Stephen [1736], Poems on several occasions. By Stephen Duck (London: Printed for the Author, 1736) [DuckS,PoemsOS].

Duck, Stephen [1737], The Vision. A Poem on the Death Of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Caroline. By Stephen Duck (London: Printed for J. Roberts ... and J. Jackson [etc.], 1737) [DuckS,VisioAP].

Duck, Stephen [1737], The Year of Wonders. Being a literal and poetical translation of an old Latin prophecy, found near Merlin's cave, By S---n D---k (London: , 1737) [DuckS,YearOWB].

Duck, Stephen [1740], Alrick and Isabel: or, the Unhappy Marriage. A poem. By Stephen Duck (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1740) [DuckS,AlricAI].

Duck, Stephen [1741], Every Man in his Own Way. An Epistle to a Friend. By Stephen Duck (London: Printed for J. Roberts ... and R. Dodsley [etc.], 1741) [DuckS,EveryMI].

Duck, Stephen [1741], Hints To A Schoolmaster. Address'd To Rev.d Dr. Turnbull. By Stephen Duck (London: Printed for J. Roberts ... and R. Dodsley [etc.], 1741) [DuckS,HintsTA].

Duck, Stephen [1743], An Ode on the Battle of Dettingen. Humbly inscrib'd to the King (London: Printed for R. Dodsley ... and sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1743) [DuckS,OdeOTBO].

Duck, Stephen [1753], The Beautiful works Of the Reverend Mr. Stephen Duck, (:The Wiltshire Bard:) To which is prefixed, some account of his life and writings (London: , 1753) [DuckS,BeautWO].

Duck, Stephen [1755], Caesar's Camp: or, St. George's Hill. A Poem. By the Reverend Mr. Duck (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... and sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1755) [DuckS,CaesaCO].

Duke, Richard [1679], A Panegyrick upon Oates (London: , [1679?]) [DukeR,PanegUO].

Duke, Richard [1680], Funeral Tears Upon the Death of Captain William Bedloe ([London]: , [1680]) [DukeR,FunerTU].

Duke, Richard [1717], Poems upon Several Occasions (1717) (In Poems by the Earl of Roscomon. To which is added, An Essay on Poetry, By the Earl of Mulgrave, now Duke of Buckingham. Together with poems By Mr. Richard Duke (London: Printed for J. Tonson [etc.], 1717)) [DukeR,PoemsUS].

Dunbar, William [1893], The poems of William Dunbar: Edited by the late John Small (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1893) [DunbaW,PoemsOW].

Duncombe, John [1752], Horace, Book II. Satire VII. Imitated: or, A Dialogue between A Man of Fashion and His Valet. Inscribed to Richard Owen Cambridge, Esq; By Sir Nicholas Nemo, Knt (London: , 1752) [DuncoJ,HoracBI].

Duncombe, John [1753], An Evening Contemplation in a College. Being a Parody on the Elegy in A Country Church - Yard. By another Gentleman of Cambridge (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... and Sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1753) [DuncoJ,EveniCI].

Duncombe, John [1754], The Feminiad. A Poem. By John Duncombe (London: Printed for M. Cooper [etc.], 1754) [DuncoJ,FeminAP].

Duncombe, John [1754], Vaniere's Country Farm (1754) (In Miscellanies, in Verse and Prose. By George Jeffreys (London: Printed for the Author, 1754)) [DuncoJ,VanieCF].

Duncombe, John [1756], Poems. I. The Prophecy of Neptune. II. On the Death of the Prince of Wales. III. Ode Presented to the Duke of Newcastle at Cambridge. IV. Ode to the Hon. J. Y.: By John Duncombe (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... and sold by M. Cooper, 1756) [DuncoJ,PoemsIT].

Duncombe, John [1757], The Works of Horace In English Verse. By several hands. Collected and Published By Mr. Duncombe. With Notes Historical and Critical (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley [etc.], 1757 - 1759) [DuncoJ,WorksOH].

Duncombe, John [1773], Surry Triumphant: or The Kentish - Mens Defeat. A New Ballad; Being a Parody on Chevy - Chace (London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1773) [DuncoJ,SurryTO].

Duncombe, John [1783], An Historical Description of the Metropolitical Church of Christ, Canterbury ... The Second Edition, Greatly Enlarged ... Together with an Elegy, written by the Rev. John Duncombe (Canterbury: Printed and Sold by Simmons and Kirkby, 1783) [DuncoJ,HistoDO].

Duncombe, John [1809], Fishing. A translation from the latin of Vanier. Book XV. Upon fish. By the late John Duncombe, with a brief introduction; and passages from English writers, selected as notes (London: Printed for R. Triphook, 1809) [DuncoJ,FishiAT].

Dyer, George [1792], Poems. By G. Dyer (London: Printed for J. Johnson [etc.], 1792) [DyerG,PoemsBG].

Dyer, George [1801], Poems, By George Dyer (London: Printed for the Author; And Sold by Longman and Rees, 1801) [DyerG,PoemsBG].

Dyer, George [1802], Poems. By George Dyer (London: Printed for T. N. Longman and O. Rees ... By T. Bensley [etc.], 1802) [DyerG,PoemsBG].

Dyer, George [1812], Poetics: Or, a series of poems, and disquisitions on poetry. By George Dyer (London: Printed for J. Johnson and Co. [etc.], 1812) [DyerG,PoetiOA].

Dyer, John [1855], The Poetical Works of Mark Akenside and John Dyer. Edited by the Rev. Robert Aris Willmott ... Illustrated by Birket Foster (London; New York: George Routledge and Co., 1855) [DyerJ,PoetiWO].

Dyer, Sir Edward [1870], The writings in verse and prose of Sir Edward Dyer ... Now first collected. Edited, with memorial - introduction and notes. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart [in Miscellanies of The Fuller Worthies' Library] ([Blackburn]: Printed for private circulation, 1870 - 1872) [DyerSE,WritiIV].

Dymoke, Tailboys [1599], Caltha Poetarum: Or The Bumble Bee. Composed by T. Cutvvode (London: Printed by Thomas Creede, for Richard Oliue, 1599) [DymokT,CalthPO].

E. C. [1595], Emaricdulfe. Sonnets Written By E. C. (London: Printed for Matthew Law, 1595) [EC,EmariSW].

E. L. [1596], Romes Monarchie, Entitvled The Globe of Renowmed Glorie. Briefly comprehending the first foundation and building of Rome by Romulus: The principall warres and conquests of the Romanes after the time of their first choosing Consuls, till Iulius Caesar attaining soly to the Empire, and from him more briefly to Nero. Where in small compasse is described, manie most noble, and vertuous acts, atchieued in their said warres, and conquests; strange Tragedies, secret practises and policies, Ambition, hate, and reuenge: and how insurrections, rebellion, strife, ciuill discord and discention preuailing, was the onely plague, ruine, and vtter destruction of many great Monarchies, Kingdomes, Cities, and Countries. Translated out of the French and Italian histories by E. L. (London: Printed by the Widdow Orwin, for Matthew Lawe, 1596) [EL,RomesME].

Edwards, Richard [1927], Poems (1927) (In The Life and Poems of Richard Edwards: By Leicester Bradner: A Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Yale University in Candidacy for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (New Haven; London: Yale University Press; Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1927)) [EdwarR,Poems1].

Edwards, Thomas [1758], The Canons of Criticism and Glossary, Being A Supplement to Mr. Warburton's Edition of Shakespear ... The Sixth Edition, with Additions [with] The Trial of the Letter y, alias Y, and Sonnets (London: Printed for C. Bathurst, 1758) [EdwarT,CanonOC].

Edwards, Thomas [1882], Cephalus and Procris. Narcissus. By Thomas Edwards. From the unique copy in the Cathedral library, Peterborough. Edited by Rev. W. E. Buckley ... with an appendix from divers sources (London: Printed for The Roxburghe Club ... by Nichols and Sons, 1882) [EdwarT,CephaAP].

Egerton - Warburton, Rowland Eyes [1833], Poems, by R. E. E. Warburton (Chester: J. Seacombe, 1833) [EgertWR,PoemsBR].

Egerton - Warburton, Rowland Eyes [1840], Rhymes on the rules of the Cheshire bowmen. By R. E. Egerton Warburton (Northwich: F. Carnes, [1840?]) [EgertWR,RhymeOT].

Egerton - Warburton, Rowland Eyes [1867], Epigrams and Humorous Verses: By Rambling Richard (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1867) [EgertWR,EpigrAH].

Egerton - Warburton, Rowland Eyes [1877], Hunting Songs by R. E. Egerton - Warburton (London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1877) [EgertWR,HuntiSB].

Egerton - Warburton, Rowland Eyes [1877], Poems, Epigrams and Sonnets. By R. E. Egerton - Warburton (London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1877) [EgertWR,PoemsEA].

Egerton - Warburton, Rowland Eyes [1879], Songs and verses on sporting subjects: By R. E. Egerton - Warburton (London: Pickering and Co., 1879) [EgertWR,SongsAV].

Egerton - Warburton, Rowland Eyes [1883], Twenty - Two Sonnets by R. E. Egerton - Warburton: With Illustrations (London: Pickering and Co., 1883) [EgertWR,TwentTS].

Egerton - Warburton, Rowland Eyes [1887], Counsel for cottagers and a looking - glass for landlords. By R. E. Egerton - Warburton (London: The Chiswick Press, 1887) [EgertWR,CounsFC].

Egerton, Sarah [1686], The Female Advocate: or, an Answer to A Late Satyr against The Pride, Lust and Inconstancy, &c. of woman. Written by a Lady in Vindication of her Sex (London: Printed by H. C. for John Taylor, 1686) [EgertS,FemalAO].

Egerton, Sarah [1703], Poems on Several Occasions, Together with a Pastoral. By Mrs. S. F. (London: Printed, and are to be Sold by J. Nutt [etc.], [1703]) [EgertS,PoemsOS].

Elderton, William [1559], The panges of Love and lovers fitts (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Lant, 1559) [ElderW,PangeOL].

Elderton, William [1569], A proper new balad in praise of my Ladie Marques, Whose death is bewailed, To the Tune of new lusty gallant ([London?]: [T. Colwell], [1569]) [ElderW,PropeNB].

Elderton, William [1569], A proper newe ballad sheweing that Philosophers Learnynges, are full of good warnynges. And songe to the tune of my Lorde Marques Galyarde? or the firste traces of Que passa (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Colwell, [1569?]) [ElderW,PropeNB].

Elderton, William [1570], A Ballad Intituled, a Newe well a daye / As playne maister Papist, as Donstable waye (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Colwell, 1570) [ElderW,BallaIA].

Elderton, William [1570], A ballad intituled, Prepare ye to the Plowe, To the Tune, of Pepper is blacke (London: Imprinted ... by William Dow, for Richard Johnes [etc.], 1570) [ElderW,BallaIP].

Elderton, William [1570], A ballat intituled Northomberland newes: VVherein you maye see what Rebelles do vse (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Purfoote, [1570]) [ElderW,BallaIN].

Elderton, William [1571], An Epytaphe uppon the Death of the Right Reuerend and learned Father in God, I. Iuell, Doctor of Diuinitie and Bishop of Salisburie. Whom God called to his marcie the. 22. of September. 1571 (London: Imprynted ... by Thomas Colwell, 1571) [ElderW,EpytaUT].

Elderton, William [1584], A new Yorkshyre Song, Intituled: Yorke, Yorke, for my monie: Of all the Cities that euer I see, For mery pastime and companie, Except the Cittie of London (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Iones [etc.], 1584) [ElderW,NewYSIY].

Elderton, William [1595], The Lamentation of Follie (London: Imprinted ... by Edward Allde, [1595?]) [ElderW,LamenOF].

Elderton, William [1606], A new merry newes, as merry as can be (: , [1606]) [ElderW,NewMNAM].

Elgee, Jane Francesca, Lady Wilde [1864], Poems by Speranza (Lady Wilde): New edition (Dublin: M. H. Gill & Son, [1864]) [ElgeeJF,PoemsBS].

Eliot, John [1658], Poems consisting of Epistles and Epigrams, Satyrs, Epitaphs and Elogies, Songs and Sonnets. With variety of other drolling Verses upon several Subjects. Composed by no body must know whom, and are to be had every body knows where, and for somebody knows what [by John Eliot] (London: Printed for Henry Brome [etc.], 1658) [EliotJ,PoemsCO].

Elizabeth I, Queen [1964], The poems of Queen Elizabeth I: Edited by Leicester Bradner (Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University Press, 1964) [ElizaIQ,PoemsOQ].

Elliott, Charlotte [1869], Hours of sorrow cheered and comforted. Poems by Charlotte Elliott (London: J. Booth, 1869) [EllioC,HoursOS].

Elliott, Charlotte [1871], Thoughts in Verse, on Sacred Subjects. With Some Miscellaneous Poems, Written in Early Years, and Now first Published. By Charlotte Elliott ... Second Edition (London: William Hunt and Company, 1871) [EllioC,ThougIV].

Elliott, Charlotte [1873], Selections from the poems of Charlotte Elliott ... With a memoir by her sister, E. B. (London: The Religious Tract Society, [1873]) [EllioC,SelecFT].

Elliott, Charlotte [1874], Leaves from the Unpublished Journals, Letters, and Poems of Charlotte Elliott (London: The Religious Tract Society, [1874]) [EllioC,LeaveFT].

Elliott, Ebenezer [1818], Night, a descriptive poem, Part I in four books (London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy [etc.], 1818) [EllioE,NightAD].

Elliott, Ebenezer [1820], Peter Faultless to his brother Simon, tales of night, in rhyme, and other poems. By the author of Night (Edinburgh; London: Printed for Archibald Constable & Co.; Hurst, Robinson, & Co., 1820) [EllioE,PeterFT].

Elliott, Ebenezer [1823], Love: a poem, in three parts. To which is added, The Giaour, a satirical poem. By E. Elliott (London: Charles Stocking, 1823) [EllioE,LoveAPI].

Elliott, Ebenezer [1850], More verse and prose: By the Cornlaw Rhymer. In two volumes (London: Charles Fox, 1850) [EllioE,MoreVAP].

Elliott, Ebenezer [1875], [Scotch Nationality]: A vision. In three books (Sheffield: W. Wilkinson, 1875) [EllioE,ScotcNA].

Elliott, Ebenezer [1876], The Poetical Works of Ebenezer Elliott: Edited by his Son Edwin Elliott ... A New and Revised Edition: Two Volumes (London: Henry S. King & Co., 1876) [EllioE,PoetiWO].

Ellis, George [1777], Bath: its beauties, and amusements. The second edition (Bath: Printed ... and sold by W. Goldsmith [etc.], 1777) [EllisG,BathIBA].

Ellis, George [1778], Poetical Tales. By Sir Gregory Gander, Knt. (Bath: Printed and Sold by R. Cruttwell; Sold also by F. Newbery, 1778) [EllisG,PoetiTB].

Ellison, Henry [1839], Madmoments: or First Verseattempts. By a Bornnatural. Addressed to the Lightheaded of Society at Large, by Henry Ellison (London: Painter, 1839) [EllisH,MadmoOF].

Ellison, Henry [1839], Touches on The Harp of Nature; in the Same Key as Burns' Grand Anthem. By Henry Ellison (London: William Edward Painter, 1839) [EllisH,TouchOT].

Ellison, Henry [1851], The Poetry of Real Life: A New Edition, Much Enlarged and Improved. By Henry Ellison (London: G. Willis, 1851) [EllisH,PoetrOR].

Ellison, Henry [1875], Stones from The Quarry; or, Moods of Mind. By Henry Browne (London: Provost and Co., [1875]) [EllisH,StoneFT].

Ellwood, Thomas [1685], Rogero - Mastir. A rod for William Rogers, in return for his Riming Scourge, &c. By Thomas Ellwood ([London]: , 1685) [EllwoT,RogerMA].

Ellwood, Thomas [1750], A Collection of Poems on Various Subjects. By Thomas Ellwood (London: Printed and sold by Luke Hinde [etc.], [1750?]) [EllwoT,ColleOP].

Ellwood, Thomas [1796], Davideis. The life of David, King of Israel. A sacred poem. In five books. By Thomas Ellwood. The fifth edition (London: Printed by James Phillips, 1796) [EllwoT,DavidTL].

Ellwood, Thomas [1867], The Penns & Peningtons of The Seuenteenth Century, in their domestic and religious life: illustrated by original family letters: also incidental notices of their friend Thomas Ellwood, with some of His Unpublished Verses. By Maria Webb (London: F. Bowyer Kitto, 1867) [EllwoT,PennsAP].

Elviden, Edmund [1569], The Closet of Counsells, conteining The aduice of diuers wyse Philosophers, touchinge sundry morall matters, in Poesies, Preceptes, Prouerbes, and Parrables, translated, and collected out of diuers aucthors, into Englishe Verse: by Edmond Eluiden. Wherunto is anexed a pithy and pleasant discription of the abuses: and vanities of the vvorlde (London: Imprynted ... by Thomas Colvvell, 1569) [ElvidE,CloseOC].

Elviden, Edmund [1570], A Neweyeres gift to the Rebellious persons in the North partes of England (London: Imprinted ... by Richarde VVatkyns, 1570) [ElvidE,NeweyGT].

Elviden, Edmund [1570], The most excellent and plesant Metaphoricall Historie of Pesistratus and Catanea. Set forth this present yeare: By Edm. Eluiden (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Bynneman, [1570?]) [ElvidE,MostEAP].

Elys, Edmund [1642], The bishops downefall: or The Prelats Snare. By E. E. (: , 1642) [ElysE,BishoDO].

Elys, Edmund [1655], Dia Poemata: Poetick Feet Standing Upon Holy Ground: Or, Verses on certain Texts of Scripture. With Epigrams, &c. By E. E. (London: , 1655) [ElysE,DiaPPFS].

Elys, Edmund [1656], An alphabet of Elegiack Groans, upon The truly lamented Death of that Rare Exemplar of Youthful Piety, John Fortescue ... By E. E. (London: Printed for Tho. Heath [etc.], 1656) [ElysE,AlphaOE].

Elys, Edmund [1659], Divine poems. By Edmund Elis (London: Printed by T. Lock for the use of the Author, 1659) [ElysE,DivinPB].

Elys, Edmund [1660], Anglia Rediviva. Or The Miraculous Return of The Breath Of Our Nostrils. A Poem. By Edmund Elis ([Oxford]: [Printed by Henry Hall], 1660) [ElysE,AngliRO].

Elys, Edmund [1662], Miscellanea: Authore Edmundo Elisio (Oxford: Hen: Hall [etc.], 1662) [ElysE,MisceAE].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1608], Amorvm Emblemata, Figvris Aeneis Incisa Stvdio Othonis Vaeni Batavo - lvgdvnensis. Emblemes of Loue. With verses in Latin, English, and Italian (Antwerp: Venalia apud Auctorem, 1608) [EmbleBE,AmorvEF].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1619], A Booke of armes, or remembrance, wherein ar one hvndered godly emblemata, in peeces of brasse very fine graven and adorned pleasant to be seen, first by the noble, and industrious minde Georgetta de Montenay, invented and only in the French tongve elabourated; Bot now, in severall langvages, as; Latin, Spanish, Italian, High dutch, English, and Lovedutch, meetre or verse wys, of the same manner declared, and augmented (Franckfurtt; Mayn: Printed by ... Iohann - Carl Vnckels [etc.], 1619) [EmbleBE,BookeOA].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1619], The Mirrovr of Maiestie: or, the Badges of Honovr conceitedly emblazoned: with emblemes annexed, poetically vnfolded [by Sir Henry Goodere?] (London: Printed by William Iones [etc.], 1619) [EmbleBE,MirroOM].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1634], The devovt hart or royal throne of the pacifical Salomon. Composed by F. St. Luzvic S. I. Translated out of Latin into English. Enlarged with Incentiues by F. St. Binet of the same S. and now enriched with Hymnes by a new hand [by Henry Hawkins] ([London]: Printed by Iohn Cousturier, 1634) [EmbleBE,DevovHO].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1659], Parnassi Puerperium: or, Some Well - wishes to ingenuity, in the Translation of Six Hundred, of Owen's Epigrams; Martial de Spectaculis, or of Rarities to be seen in Rome; and the most Select, in Sir Tho. More. To which is annext A Century of Heroick Epigrams, (Sixty whereof concern the Twelve Caesars; and the Forty remaining, several deserving Persons.) By ... Tho. Pecke (London: Printed ... by J. Cottrel, for Tho. Bassett [etc.], 1659) [EmbleBE,ParnaPO].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1665], Ashrea: Or, the grove of beatitudes, Represented in emblemes: And, by the art of memory, To be read on our Blessed Saviour Crucifi'd: with Considerations and Meditations suitable to every Beatitude, and to the holy time of Lent [by M. E.] (London: Printed for W. P. [etc.], 1665) [EmbleBE,AshreOT].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1673], Emblems Divine, Moral, Natural and Historical. Expressed in Sculpture, and Applied to the several Ages, Occasions, and Conditions of the Life of Man. By a person of Quality (London: Printed by J. C. for Will: Miller ... and Fra: Haley [etc.], 1673) [EmbleBE,EmbleDM].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1680], The Protestants Vade Mecum: Or, Popery Display'd in its proper Colours, In Thirty Emblems, Lively representing all the Jesuitical Plots Against this Nation, and More fully this late hellish Designe Against his Sacred Majesty. Curiously engraven in Copper - plates (London: Printed for Dan. Browne, Sam. Lee, and Dan. Major [etc.], 1680) [EmbleBE,ProteVM].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1684], Delights for the ingenious, in above fifty select and choice emblems, divine and moral, ancient and modern. Curiously ingraven upon copper plates. With fifty delightful poems and lots for the more lively illustration of each emblem, whereby instruction and good counsel may be promoted and furthered by an honest and pleasant recreation to which is prefixed an incomparable poem, intituled majesty in misery, in imploration to the King of Kings [by Nathaniel Crouch] (London: Printed for Nath. Crouch [etc.], 1684) [EmbleBE,DeligFT].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1686], A book for boys and girls: or, Country Rhimes for Children. By J. B. [John Bunyan] (London: Printed for N. P. [etc.], 1686) [EmbleBE,BookFBA].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1700], The Royal Politician represented in One Hundred Emblems. Written in Spanish by Don Diego Saavedra Faxardo ... With a large Preface, containing an Account of the Author, his Works, and the Usefulness thereof. Done into English from the Original. By Sir Ja. Astry (London: Printed for Matt. Gylliflower ... And Luke Meredith [etc.], 1700) [EmbleBE,RoyalPR].

Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires [1838], Divine emblems. Embellished with etchings on copper, after the fashion of Master Francis Quarles. Designed and written by, Johann Abricht [i.e. Jonathan Birch] (London: Thomas Ward and Co., 1838) [EmbleBE,DivinEE].

Ephelia [1682], Advice to his Grace (: , [1682?]) [Ephel,AdvicTH].

Ephelia [1682], Female Poems On Several Occasions. Written by Ephelia. The Second Edition, with large Additions (London: Printed for James Courtney [etc.], 1682) [Ephel,FemalPO].

Erskine, Thomas, 1st Baron Erskine [1823], The Poetical Works of the Right Honourable, Thomas, Lord Erskine ... With a Biographical Memoir of His Life (London: J. Limbird, 1823) [ErskiT1,PoetiWO].

Eusden, Laurence [1714], A letter to Mr. Addison, on the King's accession to the throne. By Mr. Eusden (London: Printed for J. Tonson [etc.], 1714) [EusdeL,LetteTM].

Eusden, Laurence [1714], Verses at the last Publick Commencement at Cambridge. Written and Spoken by Mr. Eusden (London: Printed for J. Tonson [etc.], 1714) [EusdeL,VerseAT].

Eusden, Laurence [1714], [Poems in] Poetical miscellanies [1714] (In Poetical miscellanies, Consisting of original poems and translations. By the best Hands. Publish'd by Mr. Steele (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], [1714])) [EusdeL,PoemsIP].

Eusden, Laurence [1717], A poem on the marriage of his Grace the Duke of Newcastle: To the Right Honourable The Lady Henrietta Godolphin, Inscrib'd to His Grace. By Mr. Eusden (London: Printed for J. Tonson [etc.], 1717) [EusdeL,PoemOTM].

Eusden, Laurence [1718], A poem to Her Royal Highness on the birth of the prince. By Mr. Eusden (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1718) [EusdeL,PoemTHR].

Eusden, Laurence [1720], An Ode for the Birth - Day, As it was Sung before His Majesty. Written by L. Eusden (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1720) [EusdeL,OdeFTBD].

Eusden, Laurence [1720], An ode for the New - Year, As it was Sung before His Majesty. Written by L. Eusden (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1720) [EusdeL,OdeFTNY].

Eusden, Laurence [1721], An ode for the birth - day, MDCCXXI. As it was Sung before His Majesty (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1721) [EusdeL,OdeFTBD].

Eusden, Laurence [1722], Three poems. I. To the Right Honourable the Lord High - Chancellor of Great Britain; on His Lordship's being created Earl of Macclesfield. II. To the Right Honourable the Lord Parker; on his return from his travels. III. To the same, the Right Honourable the Lord Parker; on his marriage with Mrs. Mary Lane. All written by L. Eusden (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1722) [EusdeL,ThreePI].

Eusden, Laurence [1723], The Ode for the Birth - Day, MDCCXXIII. In English and Latin. Written by L. Eusden (Cambridge: Printed at the University - Press, and Sold there by Corn. Crownfield [etc.], 1723) [EusdeL,OdeFTBD].

Eusden, Laurence [1725], The origin of the Knights of the Bath, a poem, Humbly Inscrib'd to His Royal Highness Prince William Augustus. By Laurence Eusden (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1725) [EusdeL,OrigiOT].

Eusden, Laurence [1725], To Mr. John Saunders, On Seeing His Paintings in Cambridge ([London]: , [1725]) [EusdeL,ToMJSOS].

Eusden, Laurence [1727], Three poems; the first, Sacred to the Immortal Memory of the late King; the second, On the happy Succession, and Coronation of His present Majesty; and a third Humbly Inscrib'd to the Queen (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1727) [EusdeL,ThreePT].

Eusden, Laurence [1729], A poem humbly inscribed To His Royal Highness Prince Frederic, On His Safe Arrival in Great Britain, And on His being Created Prince of Wales. By L. Eusden (London: Printed: and Sold by J. Roberts [etc.], 1729) [EusdeL,PoemHIT].

Eusden, Laurence [1750], Hero and Leander: a poem by Musaeus, translated from the Greek by L. Eusden (Glasgow; Edinburgh: Printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis; and sold by John Ross [etc.], 1750) [EusdeL,HeroALA].

Evans, Abel [1710], The Apparition. A Poem (London: Printed ... And are to be Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1710) [EvansA,ApparAP].

Evans, Abel [1713], Vertumnus. An Epistle to Mr. Jacob Bobart, Botany Professor to the University of Oxford, and Keeper of the Physick - Garden. By the author of The Apparition (Oxford: Printed by L. L. for Stephen Fletcher ... sold by John Morphew [etc.], 1713) [EvansA,VertuAE].

Evans, Abel [1714], Prae - existence. A Poem, In imitation of Milton (London: Printed for John Clark [etc.], 1714) [EvansA,PraeEAP].

Evans, Anne [1880], Anne Evans: Poems and Music. With Memorial Preface by Anne Thackeray Ritchie (London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1880) [EvansA,AnneEPA].

Evans, Sebastian [1852], Sonnets on the Death of the Duke of Wellington. By Sebastian Evans (Cambridge: Macmillan and Co., 1852) [EvansS,SonneOT].

Evans, Sebastian [1859], Rhymes Read in the Queens Drawing Room at Aston Hall, January 25, 1859, In Memory of the Birth of Robert Burns, January 25, 1759 (Birmingham: Cornish Brothers, 1859) [EvansS,RhymeRI].

Evans, Sebastian [1865], Brother Fabian's Manuscript; And Other Poems: By Sebastian Evans (London; Cambridge: Macmillan, 1865) [EvansS,BrothFM].

Evans, Sebastian [1871], [Shadows, in] Songs and etchings. Seven poems by Ben Jonson, T. Hood, P. B. Shelley, C. Kingsley, S. Evans, and H. W. Longfellow. Set to music by Thomas Anderton, MUS. BAC. CANTAB. and illustrated with nine etchings by R. S. Chattock (London: Shelley, Jackson, and Halliday, 1871) [EvansS,ShadoIS].

Evans, Sebastian [1875], In the Studio: A Decade of Poems (London: Macmillan, 1875) [EvansS,InTSADO].

Evans, Sebastian [1899], Mr. Thackeray's writings in "The National Standard," and "Constitutional." With fac - similes of all the illustrations by the author: -- and a special portrait from the monumental bust in Westminster Abbey. To which is added an elegiac poem (1864), by Sebastian Evans (London: W. T. Spencer, 1899) [EvansS,MrTWITN].

Evans, William [1602], Pietatis Lachrymae Teares of deuotion (London: Printed by Edward Allde [etc.], 1602) [EvansW,PietaLT].

F. L. [1600], Ouidius Naso His Remedie of Love. Translated and Intituled to the Youth of England (London: Printed by T. C. for Iohn Browne [etc.], 1600) [FL,OuidiNH].

F. T. [1570], The debate betweene Pride and Lowlines, pleaded to an issue in Assise: And hovve a Jurie vvith great indifferencie being impannelled, and redy to haue geuen their verdict, were straungely intercepted, no lesse pleasant then profitable. F. T. (London: Imprinted ... by John Charlwood, for Rafe Newbery [etc.], [1570]) [FT,DebatBP].

Faber, Frederick William [1840], The Cherwell Water - Lily, and Other Poems. By the Rev. Frederick William Faber (London; Oxford: J. G. F. & J. Rivington; J. H. Parker, 1840) [FaberFW,CherwWL].

Faber, Frederick William [1842], The Styrian Lake, and Other Poems. By the Rev. Frederick William Faber (London; Oxford: J. G. F. & J. Rivington; J. H. Parker, 1842) [FaberFW,StyriLA].

Faber, Frederick William [1845], The Rosary, and Other Poems. By the Rev. Frederick William Faber ... Published in Aid of the Restoration of an Ancient Parish Church (London: James Toovey, 1845) [FaberFW,RosarAO].

Faber, Frederick William [1857], Poems. By Frederick William Faber: Third edition (London: Thomas Richardson, 1857) [FaberFW,PoemsBF].

Faber, Frederick William [1857], Sir Lancelot: A Legend of The Middle Ages. By Frederick William Faber: Second edition (London: Thomas Richardson, 1857) [FaberFW,SirLALO].

Faber, Frederick William [1889], The First Christmas: "The Infant Jesus" by Frederick William Faber ... Illustrated by Walter Paget (London: Ernest Nister, [1889]) [FaberFW,FirstCT].

Fabyan, Robert [1516], [Chronicle of Fabyan] ([London]: [Richard Pynson], [1516]) [FabyaR,ChronOF].

Fairfax, Edward [1600], Godfrey of Bulloigne, or The Recouerie of Ierusalem: Done into English Heroicall verse, by Edward Fairefax (London: Imprinted ... by Ar. Hatfield for I. Iaggard and M. Lownes, 1600) [FairfE,GodfrOB].

Fairfax, Edward [1882], Daemonologia: A discourse on witchcraft as it was acted in the family of Mr. Edward Fairfax, of Fuyston, in the county of York, in the year 1621; along with the only two eclogues of the same author known to be in existence. With a biographical introduction, and notes topographical & illustrative. By William Grainge (Harrogate: R. Ackrill, 1882) [FairfE,DaemoAD].

Falconer, William [1796], The Poetical works of Wm. Falconer. With the life of the author. Cooke's Edition. Embellished with superb engravings (London: Printed for C. Cooke [etc.], [1796]) [FalcoW,PoetiWO].

Fane, Julian Henry Charles [1850], A Complete Collection of the English Poems which have obtained the Chancellor's Gold Medal in the University of Cambridge (Cambridge; [London]: Macmillan and Co., 1850) [FaneJHC,ComplCO].

Fane, Julian Henry Charles [1852], Poems: By the Hon. Julian Fane: Second Edition with Additional Poems (London: William Pickering, 1852) [FaneJHC,PoemsBT].

Fane, Julian Henry Charles [1857], Julian Fane, Ad matrem. 1849 - 1857 (London: [Privately printed], [1857]) [FaneJHC,JuliaFA].

Fane, Mildmay, Earl of Westmorland [1648], Otia Sacra Optima Fides (London: Printed by Richard Cotes, 1648) [FaneMEO,OtiaSOF].

Fanshawe, Catherine Maria [1865], Memorials of Miss Catherine Maria Fanshawe (Westminster: Privately Printed by Vacher and Sons, 1865) [FanshCM,MemorOM].

Fanshawe, Sir Richard [1655], The Lusiad, or, Portugals Historicall Poem: Written In the Portingall Language By Luis de Camoens; And Now newly put into English by Richard Fanshaw (London: Printed for Humphrey Mosely [etc.], 1655) [FanshSR,LusiaOP].

Fanshawe, Sir Richard [1964], Sir Richard Fanshawe: Shorter Poems and Translations: Edited by N. W. Bawcutt (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1964) [FanshSR,SirRFSP].

Farley, Robert [1638], Kalendavium Hvmanae Vitae: The Kalender of Mans Life: Authore Roberto Farlaeo Scoto Britanio (London: Printed for William Hope [etc.], 1638) [FarleR,KalenHV].

Farley, Robert [1638], Lychnocausia; Sive Moralia Facum Emblemata: Lights Morall Emblems: Authore Roberto Farlaeo Scoto - Britanno (London: Printed by Tho. Cotes, for Michael Sparke Iunior [etc.], 1638) [FarleR,LychnSM].

Fawkes, Francis [1757], Partridge - Shooting, An Eclogue. To the Honourable Charles Yorke. By Francis Fawkes (London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1757) [FawkeF,PartrSA].

Fawkes, Francis [1761], Original Poems and Translations. By Francis Fawkes (London: Printed for the Author ... And sold by R. and J. Dodsley [etc.], 1761) [FawkeF,OrigiPA].

Fawkes, Francis [1767], The Idylliums of Theocritus. Translated from the Greek. With notes critical and explanatory. By Francis Fawkes (London: Printed for the author, by Dryden Leach and sold by J. and R. Tonson [etc.], 1767) [FawkeF,IdyllOT].

Fawkes, Francis [1780], The Argonautics of Apollonius Rhodius, In Four Books, By Francis Fawkes: The Whole Revised, Corrected, and Completed, By His Coadjutor and Editor; Who Has Annexed A Translation of Coluthus's Greek Poem on The Rape of Helen, or The Origin of The Trojan War; With Notes (London: Printed for J. Dodsley, 1780) [FawkeF,ArgonOA].

Fawkes, Francis [1789], The Works of Anacreon, Sappho, Bion, Moschus and Musaeus. Translated from the original Greek. By Francis Fawkes ... The Second Edition (London; Leeds: Printed for J. Walker, J. Wallis [etc.]; J. Binns [etc.], 1789) [FawkeF,WorksOA].

Felltham, Owen [1661], Resolves: Divine, Moral, Political. The Eighth Impression. With New and several other Additions Both in Prose and Verse Not Extant in the former Impressions. By Owen Felltham (London: Printed for Peter Dring [etc.], 1661) [FelltO,ResolDM].

Fenne, Thomas [1590], Fennes Frutes: vvhich vvorke is deuided into three seuerall parts (London: Imprinted ... for Richard Oliffe [etc.], 1590) [FenneT,FenneFV].

Fenton, Elijah [1708], Oxford and Cambridge Miscellany Poems (London: Printed for Bernard Lintott [etc.], [1708]) [FentoE,OxforAC].

Fenton, Elijah [1710], An ode addressed To the Savoir Vivre Club (London: Printed for F. Newbery ... and J. Ridley [etc.], [1710?]) [FentoE,OdeATTS].

Fenton, Elijah [1712], To the Queen, on Her Majesty's Birth - day. By Mr. Fenton (London: Printed for Benjamin Tooke ... [etc.], [1712]) [FentoE,ToTQOHM].

Fenton, Elijah [1717], Poems on Several Occasions (London: Printed for Bernard Lintot [etc.], 1717) [FentoE,PoemsOS].

Ferguson, Sir Samuel [1864], The Cromlech on Howth. A Poem. By Samuel Ferguson: With Illuminations From the Books of Kells & of Durrow, and Drawings from Nature by MS: With Notes on Celtic Ornamental Art. Revised by George Petrie (London: Day and Son, [1864]) [FerguSS,CromlOH].

Ferguson, Sir Samuel [1872], Congal: A Poem, in Five Books. By Samuel Ferguson (Dublin; London: Edward Ponsonby; Bell and Daldy, 1872) [FerguSS,CongaAP].

Ferguson, Sir Samuel [1880], Poems. By Sir Samuel Ferguson (Dublin; London: William McGee; George Bell, 1880) [FerguSS,PoemsBS].

Ferguson, Sir Samuel [1883], The Forging of the Anchor: A Poem. By Sir Samuel Ferguson (London: Cassell, 1883) [FerguSS,ForgiOT].

Ferguson, Sir Samuel [1888], Lays of the Western Gael, and Other Poems. By Sir Samuel Ferguson (Dublin; London: Sealy, Bryers & Walker; George Bell & Sons, 1888) [FerguSS,LaysOTW].

Ferguson, Sir Samuel [1897], Lays of the Red Branch. By Sir Samuel Ferguson (London; Dublin: T. Fisher Unwin, 1897) [FerguSS,LaysOTR].

Fergusson, Robert [1954], The Poems of Robert Fergusson: Edited by Matthew P. McDiarmid (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1954 - 1956) [FerguR,PoemsOR].

Feylde, Thomas [1527], Here begynneth a lytel treatyse called the cotrauerse bytwene a louer and a Iaye lately compyled (London: Imprynted ... by Wynkyn de Worde, [1527?]) [FeyldT,HereBAL].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1875], The new minnesinger and other poems: By Arran Leigh (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1875) [FieldKH,NewMAOP].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1881], Bellerophôn: By Arran and Isla Leigh (London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1881) [FieldKH,BelleBA].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1890], The Tragic Mary. By Michael Field (London: George Bell, 1890) [FieldKH,TragiMB].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1892], Sight and Song. Written by Michael Field (London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1892) [FieldKH,SightAS].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1893], Underneath the Bough: A Book of Verses by Michael Field (London: George Bell and Sons, 1893) [FieldKH,UnderTB].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1908], Wild honey from various thyme: By Michael Field (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1908) [FieldKH,WildHFV].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1912], Poems of Adoration. By Michael Field (London; Edinburgh: Sands & Co., [1912]) [FieldKH,PoemsOA].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1913], Mystic Trees by Michael Field (London: Eveleigh Nash, [1913]) [FieldKH,MystiTB].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1914], Dedicated: An Early Work by Michael Field (London: G. Bell, 1914) [FieldKH,DedicAE].

Field [K. H. Bradley and E. E. Cooper], Michael [1914], Whym Chow: Flame of Love: By Michael Field (London: Privately Printed at The Eragny Press, 1914) [FieldKH,WhymCFO].

Fifteen Joys of Marriage, The [1509], The fyftene Ioyes of maryage (: [Wynkyn de Worde], [1509]) [FifteJO,FyfteIO].

Finch, Anne, Countess of Winchilsea [1711], Free - Thinkers. A poem in dialogue (London: Printed and Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1711) [FinchAC,FreeTAP].

Finch, Anne, Countess of Winchilsea [1713], Miscellany Poems on Several Occasions. Written by a Lady (London: Printed for J. B. and Sold by Benj. Tooke ... William Taylor ... and James Round [etc.], 1713) [FinchAC,MiscePO].

Fisher, John, Student in Oxford [1558], [Three dialogues between Spudeus and Gelasimus, Eda and Agna, and Wisdome and Wylle] (London: Imprinted ... by Ihon Tisdale for William Pickeryng [etc.], 1558) [FisheJS,ThreeDB].

Fitzgeffrey, Charles [1596], Sir Francis Drake, His Honorable lifes commendation, and his Tragicall Deathes lamentation (Oxford: Printed by Ioseph Barnes [etc.], 1596) [FitzgC,SirFDHH].

Fitzgeffrey, Charles [1636], The Blessed Birth - day, celebrated in some religious meditations on the Angels Anthem. Lvc. 2. 14. Also holy transportations, in contemplating some of the most obserueable adiuncts about our Saviours Nativity. Extracted for the most part out of the Sacred Scriptures, Ancient Fathers, Christian Poets. And some moderne Approved Authors. By Charles Fitz - Geffry. The second Edition with Additions (Oxford: Imprinted by Leonard Lichfield ... and are to be sold by Edward Forrest, 1636) [FitzgC,BlessBD].

Fitzgeffrey, Henry [1617], Satyres: and Satyricall Epigrams: With Certaine Observations at Black - Fryers: By H: F: (London: Printed by Edw: Allde, for Miles Patrich [etc.], 1617) [FitzgH,SatyrAS].

Fitzgerald, Edward [1903], Letters and Literary Remains of Edward Fitzgerald: Edited by William Aldis Wright: In seven volumes (London; New York: Macmillan and Co.; The Macmillan Company, 1903) [FitzgE,LetteAL].

Fitzgerald, Thomas [1736], Georgia, a Poem. Tomo Chachi, an Ode. A Copy of Verses on Mr. Oglethorpe's Second Voyage to Georgia (London: Printed: And Sold by J. Roberts [etc.], 1736) [FitzgT,GeorgAP].

Fitzgerald, Thomas [1781], Poems on Several Occasions. By the late Reverend Thomas Fitzgerald. Published by his Grandson, the Reverend Thomas Wintour (Oxford: Printed for the Editor. And sold by J. and J. Fletcher ... W. Ginger ... and Mess. Rivington, 1781) [FitzgT,PoemsOS].

Flatman, Thomas [1660], A Panegyrick To His Renowed Majestie, Charles the Second, King of Great Britaine, &c. (London: Printed for Henry Marsh [etc.], 1660) [FlatmT,PanegTH].

Flatman, Thomas [1686], A Song for St. Caecilia's Day, Nov. 22. 1686. Written by Mr. Tho. Flatman: And Composed by Mr. Isaac Blackwell (London: Printed for John Carr [etc.], 1686) [FlatmT,SongFSC].

Flatman, Thomas [1686], Poems and Songs, by Thomas Flatman. The Fourth Edition with many Additions and Amendments (London: Printed for Benjamin Tooke [etc.], 1686) [FlatmT,PoemsAS].

Fleming, Abraham [1580], An Epitaph, or funerall inscription, vpon the godlie life and death of the Right worshipfull Maister William Lambe Esquire, Founder of the new Conduborne, &c. Deceased the one and twentith of April, and intumbed in S. Faiths Church under Povvles the sixt of Maie next and immediatly following. Anno. 1580. Deuised by Abraham Fleming (London: Imprinted ... by Henrie Denham, for Thomas Turner [etc.], 1580) [FlemiA,EpitaOF].

Fleming, Abraham [1589], The Bvcoliks of Pvblivs Virgilivs Maro, Prince of all Latine Poets; otherwise called his Pastoralls, or shepeherds meetings. Together with his Georgiks or Ruralls, otherwise called his husbandrie, conteyning foure books. All newly translated into English verse by A. F. (London: Imprinted ... by T. O. for Thomas Woodcocke [etc.], 1589) [FlemiA,BvcolOP].

Fletcher, Giles, the elder [1593], Licia, or Poemes of Loue, In Honour of the admirable and singular vertues of his Lady, to the imitation of the best Latin Poets, and others. Whereunto is added the Rising to the Crowne of Richard the third (: , [1593?]) [FletcGT,LiciaOP].

Fletcher, Giles, the younger [1908], Giles and Phineas Fletcher: Poetical Works: Edited by Frederick S. Boas (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1908) [FletcGT,GilesAP].

Fletcher, Joseph [1613], Christes Bloodie Sweat, or the Sonne of God in his Agonie. By I. F. (London: Printed by Ralph Blower [etc.], 1613) [FletcJ,ChrisBS].

Fletcher, Joseph [1628], The Historie of the Perfect - Cursed - Blessed Man: Setting - forth Mans Excellencie/Miserie/Felicitie by his Generation/Degeneration/Regeneration. By I. F. (London: Printed by M. Flesher [etc.], 1628) [FletcJ,HistoOT].

Fletcher, Phineas [1908], Giles and Phineas Fletcher: Poetical Works: Edited by Frederick S. Boas (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1908) [FletcP,GilesAP].

Fletcher, R. [1650], Radius Heliconicus: or, the resolution of a free state ([London?]: , [c.1650?]) [FletcR,RadiuHO].

Fletcher, R. [1656], Ex otio Negotium. Or, Martiall his epigrams Translated. With Sundry Poems and Fancies, By R. Fletcher (London: Printed by T. Mabb, for William Shears, 1656) [FletcR,ExONOMH].

Fletcher, Thomas [1692], Poems On several Occasions, and Translations: Wherein The First and Second books of Virgil's Aeneis are attempted, In English. By Tho. Fletcher (London: Printed for Charles Harper [etc.], 1692) [FletcT,PoemsOS].

Forbes of Disblair [1704], An essay upon marriage in a letter adress'd to a friend ([Edinburgh?]: , [1704?]) [ForbeOD,EssayUM].

Forbes of Disblair [1704], The Renegado Whip't. A Satyre in answer to A---n's Lybel On the Author of the Essay on Marriage ([Edinburgh]: , 1704) [ForbeOD,RenegWA].

Forbes of Disblair [1704], The True Scots Genius, Reviving. A Poem. Written upon occasion of the Resolve past in Parliament, the 17th of July 1704 ([Edinbugh]: , 1704) [ForbeOD,TrueSGR].

Forbes of Disblair [1705], A New - Years Gift for the Renegado And Hansel to his Whiper ([Edinburgh]: , 1705) [ForbeOD,NewYGFT].

Forbes of Disblair [1705], A Pil for Pork - Eaters: or, a Scots Lancet for an English Swelling. To which is added the Englishman's Grace over his Pock - Pudding, with Robert the Third's answer to Henry the fourth of England (Edinburgh: , 1705) [ForbeOD,PilFPEO].

Forbes of Disblair [1705], Bang the Brocker, or Bully Pierce alias A---N the Turncoat. A New Song (Edinburgh: , 1705) [ForbeOD,BangTBO].

Forbes of Disblair [1705], Mack - Faux; The Mock - Moralist or Pierce the Traitor Unmasked and Hang'd, A Satyre on A---N the Renegado ([London]: , 1705) [ForbeOD,MackFTM].

Forbes of Disblair [1711], The Farthingale Reviv'd: or, More Work for the Cooper. A Panegyrick on the late, but most admirable Invention of the Hoop - Petticoat: Written at the Bath in the Year 1711 (London: Sold by John Baker [etc.], 1711) [ForbeOD,FarthRO].

Forbes of Disblair [1712], The Rattle - Snake, Or, a bastonado for a whigg (London: , 1712) [ForbeOD,RattlSO].

Forbes of Disblair [1724], Xantippe, or The Scolding Wife, Done from the Conjugium of Erasmus, by W. F. of D. (Edinburgh: , 1724) [ForbeOD,XantiOT].

Forbes of Disblair [1734], The Patriots, A Satyr, Written on the 12th of October 1734 (London: Printed for S. Berkley [etc.], 1734) [ForbeOD,PatriAS].

Forbes, Robert, gent. [1755], Ajax his speech to the Grecian Knabbs, From Ovid's Metam. Lib. XIII. Attempted in broad Buchans. To which are added, Journal to Portsmouth, And a Shop - Bill, In the same Dialect. With a Key. By Robert Forbes, Gent (Glasgow: , 1755) [ForbeRG,AjaxHST].

Forbes, William [1794], The Dominie Depos'd; or Some Reflections On his Intrigue with a young Lass, and what happened thereupon. Intermix'd with Advice to all Precentors, and Dominies (Glasgow: Printed by J. and M. Robertson, 1794) [ForbeW,DominDO].

Forde, Thomas [1660], Virtus Rediviva: Or a Panegyricke On the late King Charls the I. Second Monarch of Great Britain. By Tho. Forde (London: Printed by R. and W. Leybourn, for William Grantham [etc.], 1660) [FordeT,VirtuRO].

Forrest, William [1553], A new ballade of the Marigolde (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Lant, [1553?]) [ForreW,NewBOTM].

Forrest, William [1563], Pater Noster/Te Deum [1563] (In Actes and Monuments of these latter and perillous dayes, touching matters of the Church, wherein ar comprehended and described the great persecutions & horrible troubles, that haue bene wrought and practised by the Romishe Prelates, speciallye in this Realme of England and Scotlande. From the yeare of our Lorde a thousande, vnto the tyme nowe present. Gathered and collected according to the true copies & wrytinges certificatorie as wel of the parties themselues that suffered, as also out of the Bishops Registers, which wer the doers therof, by Iohn Foxe (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Day [etc.], [1563])) [ForreW,PaterND].

Forrest, William [1875], The History of Grisild the Second: A narrative, in verse, of the divorce of Queen Katharine of Arragon. Written by William Forrest ... and now edited, for the first time, from the author's ms. in the Bodleian Library, by the Rev. W. D. Macray (London: The Chiswick Press, 1875) [ForreW,HistoOG].

Forrest, William [1884], Theophilus (1884) (In [Theophilus, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. Herausgegeben von Richard Paul Wülcker. Mit einem kritischen Anzeiger. Herausgegeben von Moritz Trautmann. VII. Band (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1884)) [ForreW,Theop1].

Forrester, Charles Robert [1827], Absurdities: in prose and verse. Written and Illustrated By A. Crowquill (London: Thomas Hurst and Co., 1827) [ForreCR,AbsurIP].

Forrester, Charles Robert [1835], The Battle of the "Annuals." A Fragment (London: A. H. Baily & Co., 1835) [ForreCR,BattlOT].

Fowler, William [1914], The Works of William Fowler: Secretary to Queen Anne, Wife of James VI. Edited with introduction, appendix, notes and glossary by Henry W. Meikle (Edinburgh; London: The Scottish Text Society, 1914 - 1940) [FowleW,WorksOW].

Francis, Philip [1749], A Poetical Translation of the works of Horace, With the Original Text, and Critical Notes collected from his best Latin and French Commentators. By the Revd Mr. Philip Francis...The third edition (London: Printed for A. Millar [etc.], 1749) [FrancP,PoetiTO].

Francis, Philip [1761], A Letter to A Right Honourable Person. And the Answer to it, Translated into Verse, as nearly as the different Idioms of Prose and Poetry will allow, With Notes Historical, Critical, Political, &c. (London: Printed for W. Nicoll [etc.], 1761) [FrancP,LetteTA].

Fraunce, Abraham [1587], The Lamentations of Amyntas for the death of Phillis, paraphrastically translated out of Latine into English Hexameters by Abraham Fraunce (London: Printed by Iohn Wolfe, for Thomas Newman, and Thomas Gubbin, 1587) [FraunA,LamenOA].

Fraunce, Abraham [1591], The Countesse of Pembrokes Emanuel. Conteining the Natiuity, Passion, Buriall, and Resurrection of Christ: togeather with certaine Psalmes of Dauid. All in English Hexameters. By Abraham Fraunce (London: Imprinted ... for William Ponsonby [etc.], 1591) [FraunA,CountOP].

Fraunce, Abraham [1591], The Countesse of Pembrokes Yuychurch. Conteining the affectionate life, and vnfortunate death of Phillis and Amyntas: That in a Pastorall; This in a Funerall: both in English Hexameters. By Abraham Fravnce (London: Printed by Thomas Orwyn for William Ponsonby [etc.], 1591) [FraunA,CountOP].

Fraunce, Abraham [1592], The Third part of the Countesse of Pembrokes Yuychurch. Entituled, Amintas Dale. Wherein are the most conceited tales of the Pagan Gods in English Hexameters together with their auncient descriptions and Philosophicall explications. By Abraham Fravnce (Lvndon: Printed for Thomas Woodcocke [etc.], 1592) [FraunA,ThirdPO].

Freeman, Thomas [1614], Rvbbe, and A great Cast. Epigrams. By Thomas Freeman (London: [T. Montforde], 1614) [FreemT,RvbbeAA].

Frere, John Hookham [1872], The Works of John Hookham Frere In Verse and Prose: Now First Collected with a Prefatory Memoir by his Nephews W. E. and Sir Bartle Frere (London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1872) [FrereJH,WorksOJ].

Fuller, Thomas [1631], Davids Hainovs Sinne, Heartie Repentance, Heavie Punishment. By Thomas Fvller (London: Printed by Tho. Cotes for Iohn Bellamie [etc.], 1631) [FulleT,DavidHS].

Fuller, Thomas [1651], Abel redevivus: or, The dead yet speaking. The Lives and Deaths of the Moderne Divines. Written by severall able and learned Men (whose names ye shall finde in the Epistle to the Reader.) And now digested into one Volumne, for the benefit and satisfaction of all those that desire to be acquainted with the Paths of Piety and Virtve (London: Printed by Tho. Brudenell for John Stafford [etc.], 1651) [FulleT,AbelROT].

Fuller, Thomas [1660], A panegyrick to his Majesty, on his Happy Return. By Tho. Fuller (London: Printed for John Playford [etc.], 1660) [FulleT,PanegTH].

Fulwell, Ulpian [1575], The Flovver of Fame. Containing the bright Renowne, & moste fortunate raigne of King Henry the viii. Wherein is mentioned of matters, by the rest of our Chronographers ouerpassed. Compyled by Ulpian Fulwell. Hereunto is annexed (by the Author) a short treatice of iii. noble and vertuous Queenes. And a discourse of the worthie seruice that was done at Hadington in Scotlande, the seconde yere of the raigne of King Edward the sixt (London: Imprinted ... by William Hoskins, 1575) [FulweU,FlovvOF].

Fulwell, Ulpian [1579], The First Parte, of The Eyghth liberall Science: Entituled, Ars adulandi, The Arte of Flatterie, with the confutation therof, both very pleasaunt and profitable, deuised and compiled, by Vlpian Fulwell (London: Imprinted ... by Richarde Jones [etc.], 1579) [FulweU,FirstPO].

Gale, Dunstan [1617], Pyramus and Thisbe (London: Printed for Roger Iackson, 1617) [GaleD,PyramAT].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1890], Cricket Songs and other trifling verses penned by one of the Authors of "Thistledown." (Rugby: George E. Over, 1890) [GaleNR,CrickSA].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1891], The Candid Cuckoo by Norman Gale ([Rugby]: , 1891) [GaleNR,CandiCB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1893], A Fellowship in Song: Alfred Hayes: Richard Le Gallienne: Norman Gale (Rugby; London: George E. Over; Elkin Mathews & John Lane, 1893) [GaleNR,FelloIS].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1893], Orchard Songs: By Norman Gale (London; New York: Elkin Mathews & John Lane; G. P. Putnams Sons, 1893) [GaleNR,OrchaSB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1894], Country muse: By Norman Gale (Westminster: Archibald Constable and Co., 1894) [GaleNR,CountMB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1894], Cricket songs: By Norman Gale (London: Methuen and Co., 1894) [GaleNR,CrickSB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1894], On two strings (1894) (In On two strings: By Norman Gale and Robinson Kay Leather (Rugby: Privately printed by George E. Over at The Rugby Press, 1894)) [GaleNR,OnTS1].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1896], Songs for little people: By Norman Gale (Westminster: Archibald Constable & Company, 1896) [GaleNR,SongsFL].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1905], More cricket songs: By Norman Gale (London: Alston Rivers, 1905) [GaleNR,MoreCSB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1909], A Book of Quatrains: By Norman Gale (Rugby: Norman Gale, [1909]) [GaleNR,BookOQB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1912], Song in September: By Norman Gale (London: Constable and Company, 1912) [GaleNR,SongISB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1914], Collected Poems. By Norman Gale (London: Macmillan, 1914) [GaleNR,CollePB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1919], A merry - go - round of song: By Norman Gale (Rugby: Norman Gale, 1919) [GaleNR,MerryGR].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1925], Verse in bloom: By Norman Gale (Rugby: Norman Gale, [1925]) [GaleNR,VerseIB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1926], A Flight of Fancies: By Norman Gale (Rugby: Norman Gale, [1926]) [GaleNR,FlighOF].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1930], Messrs Bat and Ball: By Norman Gale (Rugby: Norman Gale, 1930) [GaleNR,MessrBA].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1935], Unpigeonholed: by Norman Gale (Bexhill - On - Sea: Privately printed, [1935]) [GaleNR,UnpigBN].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1936], Close of play: By Norman Gale (Rugby: George Over, 1936) [GaleNR,CloseOP].

Gale, Norman Rowland [1938], Brackenham Church: By Norman Gale (Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press, 1938) [GaleNR,BrackCB].

Gale, Norman Rowland [], Here be blue and white violets from the garden wherein grew meadowsweet (Rugby: George E. Over at The Rugby Press, [n.d.]) [GaleNR,HereBBA].

Gall, Richard [1819], Poems and songs, By the late Richard Gall. With a memoir of the author (Edinburgh: From the Press of Oliver and Boyd ... Sold also by G. and W. B. Whittaker, London; W. Turnbull, Glasgow; and Johnston and Deas, Dublin, 1819) [GallR,PoemsAS].

Galt, John [1804], The Battle of Largs: A Gothic Poem. With Several Miscellaneous Pieces (London: Printed by C. Whittingham ... For S. Highley [etc.], 1804) [GaltJ,BattlOL].

Galt, John [1833], Poems: By John Galt (London: Cochrane and McCrone, 1833) [GaltJ,PoemsBJ].

Galt, John [1833], The Autobiography of John Galt. In Two Volumes (London: Cochrane and M'Crone, 1833) [GaltJ,AutobOJ].

Galt, John [1834], The Literary Life, and Miscellanies of John Galt. In Three Volumes (London: William Blackwood, 1834) [GaltJ,LiterLA].

Galt, John [1835], A contribution to the Greenock calamity fund, by John Galt (Greenock: Printed for the author, 1835) [GaltJ,ContrTT].

Galt, John [1835], Efforts. By An Invalid (London: James Fraser, 1835) [GaltJ,EfforBA].

Galt, John [1839], The Demon of Destiny; And Other Poems. By John Galt (Greenock: W. Johnston and Son, 1839) [GaltJ,DemonOD].

Gamage, William [1613], Linsi - woolsie. Or two centvries of epigrammes. Written by William Gamage (Oxford: Printed by Joseph Barnes [etc.], 1613) [GamagW,LinsiWO].

Gardener, John [1894], [A Fifteenth Century Treatise on Gardening, in] Archaeologia: or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, published by The Society of Antiquaries of London, Volume LIV (London: Nichols and Sons, 1894) [GardeJ,AFCTOGI].

Gardyne [or Garden], Alexander [1609], A garden of graue and godlie flowers. Sonets, elegies, and epitaphs. Planted, polished, and perfected: By Mr. Alexander Gardyne (Edinburgh: Printed by Thomas Finlason, 1609) [GardyOG,GardeOG].

Gardyne [or Garden], Alexander [1625], Characters and Essayes, By Alexander Garden (Aberdene: Printed by Edward Raban [etc.], 1625) [GardyOG,CharaAE].

Gardyne [or Garden], Alexander [1709], The Theatre of the Scotish Kings. By Alexander Garden, Done from the Original Manuscript (Edinburgh: Printed by James Watson, and Sold at his Shop, 1709) [GardyOG,TheatOT].

Garnett, Richard [1893], Poems: By Richard Garnett (London; Boston: Elkin Mathews & John Lane; Copeland & Day, 1893) [GarneR,PoemsBR].

Garnett, Richard [1901], The Queen and Other Poems: By Richard Garnett (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1901) [GarneR,QueenAO].

Garter, Bernard [1566], A dittie In the worthie praise of an high and Mightie Prince (London: Imprinted ... by Alexander Lacy, [1566]) [GarteB,DittiIT].

Garter, Bernard [1566], A strife betwene Appelles and Pigmalion. The other ditty, of trust and trial (London: Imprinted ... by A. Lacy, [1566?]) [GarteB,StrifBA].

Garter, Bernard [1568], The Tragicall [and True] Historie which happened betwene two English louers ... 1563. written by Ber. Gar. (London: Rycharde Tottel, 1568) [GarteB,TragiAT].

Garter, Bernard [1578], The ioyfvll receyuing of the Queens most excellent Maiestie into hir Highnesse Citie of Norvvich: The thing done in the time of hir abode there: and the Dolor of the citie at hir departure. Wherein are set downe diuers orations in Latine, pronounced to hir Highnesse by Sir Robert Wood Knight, now maior of the same citie, and others: and certaine also deliuered to hir Maiestie in vvriting: euery of the turned into English (London: Imprinted by Henrie Bynneman, [1578]) [GarteB,IoyfvRO].

Garter, Bernard [1579], A New Yeares Gifte, dedicated to the Popes Holinesse, and all Catholikes addicted to the Sea of Rome: preferred the first day of Ianuarie, in the yeare of our Lorde God, after the course and computation of the Romanistes, one thousand, fiue hundreth, seauentie and nine, by B. G. ... In recompence of diuers singular and inestimable Reliques, of late sent by the said Popes Holinesse into England, the true figures and representations whereof, are heereafter in their places dilated (London: Printed by Henry Bynneman, 1579) [GarteB,NewYGDT].

Garth, Sir Samuel [1705], Prologue Spoken at the First Opening of the Queen's New Theatre in the Hay - Market (London: Printed and Sold by John Nutt [etc.], 1705) [GarthSS,ProloSA].

Garth, Sir Samuel [1710], A poem to the Earl of Godolphin. By Dr. G---h (London: , 1710) [GarthSS,PoemTTE].

Garth, Sir Samuel [1711], A prologue for the 4th of November, 1711. Being the Anniversary for the Birth - Day Of the Late K. William, of Glorious and Immortal Memory. Written by Dr. Garth ([Dublin?]: , 1711) [GarthSS,ProloFT].

Garth, Sir Samuel [1714], The Dispensary. A Poem. In Six Cantos. The Seventh Edition. With several Descriptions and Episodes never before Printed (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1714) [GarthSS,DispeAP].

Garth, Sir Samuel [1715], Claremont: Address'd to the Right Honourable the Earl of Clare (London: Printed for J. Tonson, 1715) [GarthSS,ClareAT].

Garth, Sir Samuel [1749], The works of the most celebrated Minor Poets. Namely, Wentworth, Earl of Roscommon; Charles, Earl of Dorset; Charles, Earl of Halifax; Sir Samuel Garth; George Stepney ... William Walsh ... Thomas Tickell ... Never before collected and publish'd together; In two volumes (London: Printed for F. Cogan [etc.], 1749) [GarthSS,WorksOT].

Gascoigne, George [1907], The Complete Works of George Gascoigne: In Two Volumes (London; Glasgow: Cambridge University Press, 1907 - 1910) [GascoG,ComplWO].

Gay, John [1926], The Poetical Works of John Gay. Including `Polly' `The Beggar's Opera' and Selections from the other Dramatic Work; Edited by G. C. Faber (London: Oxford University Press; Humphrey Milford, 1926) [GayJ,PoetiWO].

Gifford, Humfrey [1580], A Posie of Gilloflowers, eche differing from other in colour and odour, yet all sweete. By Humfrey Gifford (London: Imprinted ... for Iohn Perin [etc.], 1580) [GiffoH,PosieOG].

Gifford, William [1817], The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and of Aulus Persius Flaccus, Translated into English Verse. By William Gifford ... with Notes and Illustrations. In Two Volumes (London: Printed for G. and W. Nicol; Cadell and Davies; and R. H. Evans ... By W. Bulmer and Co. [etc.], 1817) [GiffoW,SatirOD].

Gifford, William [1822], The Illiberal! Verse and Prose from the North!! ... Dedicated to my Lord Byron in the South!! N.B. To be continued occasionally!! viz. as a supplement to each number of The Liberal (London: T. Holt, [1822]) [GiffoW,IllibVA].

Gifford, William [1827], Gifford's Baviad and Maeviad: Pasquin v. Faulder: Epistle to Peter Pindar: To which is prefixed the author's memoir of his own life (London: Printed and published by J. F. Dove, 1827) [GiffoW,GiffoBA].

Gilbert, Thomas [1747], Poems on Several Occasions. By Thomas Gilbert (London: Printed for Charles Bathurst, 1747) [GilbeT,PoemsOS].

Gilbert, William Schwenck [1898], The Bab Ballads: With which are included Songs of a Savoyard: By W. S. Gilbert: With 350 illustrations by the author (London; New York: George Routledge and Sons, 1898) [GilbeWS,BabBWWA].

Gilbert, William Schwenck [1932], Lost Bab ballads: By W. S. Gilbert: Collected, edited and illustrated by Townley Searle (London; New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, [1932]) [GilbeWS,LostBBB].

Gilbert, William [1796], The hurricane: a theosophical and western eclogue. To which is subjoined, a solitary effusion in a summer's evening. By William Gilbert (London: Printed and sold for the author, by R. Edwards, 1796) [GilbeW,HurriAT].

Gilfillan, Robert [1851], Poems and Songs. By Robert Gilfillan. Fourth edition. With memoir of the author, and appendix of his latest pieces (Edinburgh; London: Sutherland and Knox; Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1851) [GilfiR,PoemsAS].

Gill, Thomas Hornblower [1841], The Fortunes of Faith; or, Church and State. A Poem by Thomas Hornblower Gill (London: Charles Fox, 1841) [GillTH,FortuOF].

Gill, Thomas Hornblower [1858], The Anniversaries. Poems in Commemoration of Great Men and Great Events. By Thomas H. Gill (Cambridge: Macmillan, 1858) [GillTH,AnnivPI].

Glanvil, John [1696], Damon: a pastoral, Lamenting the death of that Incomparable master of musick, Mr. Henry Purcell; Late Organist of his Majesty's Chapel, and St. Peter's Westminster. By J. G. (London: Printed by J. Hepinstall, for Henry Playford [etc.], 1696) [GlanvJ,DamonAP].

Glanvil, John [1725], Poems: Consisting of Originals and Translations. By John Glanvil (London: Printed for Bernard Lintot ... J. Osborn and T. Longman ... and W. Bell [etc.], 1725) [GlanvJ,PoemsCO].

Glen, William [1815], Poems: Chiefly Lyrical. By William Glen (Glasgow: Printed at the Stanhope Press: By and for R. Chapman, 1815) [GlenW,PoemsCL].

Glen, William [1816], The Lonely Isle: A South - Sea Island Tale, In Three Cantos. By William Glen (Glasgow: Printed by D. Mackenzie [etc.], 1816) [GlenW,LonelIA].

Glen, William [1817], Heath flowers, being a collection of poems, chiefly lyrical, written in the Highlands. By William Glen (Glasgow: Printed by D. Mackenzie for the author, 1817) [GlenW,HeathFB].

Glen, William [1818], The Star of Brunswick, An Elegiac Poem, on the Death of Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Wales, and of Saxe - Coburg, &c &c. In Two Cantos. By William Glen (Lanark: Printed by W. M. Borthwick & Co. for Reid & Henderson [etc.], 1818) [GlenW,StarOBA].

Glen, William [1821], The Glasgow Whigs of eighteen hundred & twenty - one, a satirical poem ([Glasgow]: Printed for the author, 1821) [GlenW,GlasgWO].

Glen, William [1874], The Poetical Remains of William Glen: with a Memoir by Rev. Charles Rogers: And an Account of the Aberfoyle Orphanage Conducted by the Poet's Widow and Daughter: By Mrs George Cupples (Edinburgh: William Paterson, 1874) [GlenW,PoetiRO].

Glover, Richard [1728], A Poem on Sir Isaac Newton (1728) (In A View of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy (London: Printed by S. Palmer, 1728)) [GloveR,PoemOSI].

Glover, Richard [1737], Leonidas, A Poem (London: Printed for R. Dodsley, 1737) [GloveR,LeoniAP].

Glover, Richard [1739], London: or, The Progress of Commerce. A Poem. By Mr. Glover (London: Printed for T. Cooper, 1739) [GloveR,LondoOT].

Glover, Richard [1740], Admiral Hosier's ghost. To the Tune of, Come and listen to my Ditty ([London]: , [1740?]) [GloveR,AdmirHG].

Glover, Richard [1787], The Athenaid, A Poem: By the Author of Leonidas (London: Printed for T. Cadell, 1787) [GloveR,AthenAP].

God, John [1570], A discourse of the great crueltie of a Widowe towardes a yong Gentleman and by what meanes she requited the same. Set forth in English Verse by Iohn God (London: Imprinted ... by Henrie Blaneman [etc.], [1570]) [GodJ,DiscoOT].

Goddard, William [1599], A mastif whelp with other ruff - Island - lik Currs fetcht from amongst the Antipedes. Which bite and barke at the fantasticall humorists and abusers of the time (: Imprinted amongst the Antipedes [etc.], [1599]) [GoddaW,MastiWW].

Goddard, William [1615], A neaste of vvaspes latelie fovnd out and discouered in the Law - countreys, yealding as sweete hony as some of our English bees (Dort: Printed in the Low - countreyes, 1615) [GoddaW,NeastOV].

Goddard, William [1616], Satirycall dialogve or a sharplye - invectiue conference, betweene Allexander the great, and that truelye woman - hater Diogynes ([Dort?]: Imprinted in the Lowcountryes [etc.], [1616?]) [GoddaW,SatirDO].

Golding, Arthur [1567], The .xv. Bookes of P. Ouidius Naso, entytuled Metamorphosis, translated oute of Latin into English meeter, by Arthur Golding ... A worke very pleasaunt and delectable (London: Imprynted ... by Willyam Seres, 1567) [GoldiA,XvBOPON].

Golding, Arthur [1577], A Tragedie of Abrahams Sacrifice, Written in French by Theodore Beza, and translated into Inglish, by A. G. Finished at Pouules Belchamp in Essex, the xj. of August. 1575 (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Vautroullier [etc.], 1577) [GoldiA,TrageOA].

Goldsmith, Oliver [1969], The poems of Thomas Gray: William Collins: Oliver Goldsmith: edited by Roger Lonsdale (London: Longmans, Green and Company, 1969) [GoldsO,PoemsOT].

Gomersall, Robert [1633], Poems by Robert Gomersall (London: Printed by M. F. for Iohn Marriot, 1633) [GomerR,PoemsBR].

Goodall, Charles [1689], Poems and Translations, Written Upon several Occasions, and To several Persons. By a Late Scholar of Eaton (London: Printed for Henry Bonwicke [etc.], 1689) [GoodaC,PoemsAT].

Goodwyn, Christopher [1520], Here begynneth a lytell prosses or matter called the chauce of the dolorous louer newely copyled or made by Crystofer Goodwyn ([London]: [Wynkyn de Worde], 1520) [GoodwC,HereBAL].

Goodwyn, Christopher [1542], The maydens dreme: Compyled and made by Christofer Goodwyn (: Imprynted by ... Robert Wyer, for Richarde Bankes, [1542]) [GoodwC,MaydeDC].

Googe, Barnabe [1563], Eglogs, Epytaphes, and Sonettes. Newly written by Barnabe Googe (London: Imprynted ... by Thomas Colwell, for Raffe Newbery [etc.], 1563) [GoogeB,EglogEA].

Googe, Barnabe [1565], The Zodiake of Life: Written by the Godly and zealous Poet Marcellus Pallingenius stellatus, wherein are conteyned twelue Bookes disclosing the haynous Crymes & wicked vices of our corrupt nature: And plainlye declaring the pleasaunt and perfit pathway unto eternall lyfe, besides a numbre of digressions both pleasaunt & profitable, Newly translated into Englishe verse by Barnabae Googe (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Denham, for Rafe Newberye [etc.], 1565) [GoogeB,ZodiaOL].

Googe, Barnabe [1569], A newe Booke called the Shippe of safegarde, wrytten by G. B. (London: Imprinted ... by W. Seres, 1569) [GoogeB,NeweBCT].

Googe, Barnabe [1570], The Popish Kingdome, or reigne of Antichrist, written in Latine verse by Thomas Naogeorgus, and englished by Barnabe Googe (London: Imprinted ... by Henrie Denham, for Richard VVatkins, 1570) [GoogeB,PopisKO].

Googe, Barnabe [1577], The overthrovv of the Gout / Written in Latin uerse by Doctor Christopher Balista (London: Imprinted ... by Abraham Ueale [etc.], 1577) [GoogeB,OvertOT].

Googe, Barnabe [1579], The Prouerbes of the noble and woorthy souldier Sir Iames Lopez de Mendoza Marques of Santillana, with the Paraphrase of D. Peter Diaz of Toledo: Wherein is contained whatsoeuer is necessarie to the leading of an honest and vertuous life. Translated out of Spanishe by Barnabe Googe (London: Imprinted ... by Richarde Watkins, 1579) [GoogeB,ProueOT].

Googe, Barnabe [1672], A Prophecie Lately Transcribed From an Old Manuscript of Doctor Barnaby Googe: That Lived in the Reign of Qu. Elizabeth, Predicting The Rising, Meridian, and Falling condition of The States of the United Prouinces, Which started up Immediately after the appearance of the new star in Cassiopoeia. In which Prophecie it is predicted, that that State will suddenly be brought to that mean and low condition they were in about an hundred years since. Now Published and Explained (London: Printed by J. C. for R. Robinson [etc.], 1672) [GoogeB,ProphLT].

Gordon, Patrick [1615], The Famovs Historie Of the Renouned and Valiant Prince Robert surnamed the Brvce King of Scotlande & of Sundrie Other valiant knights both Scots and English. Enlarged with an addition of the Scottishe Kinges lineallie discended from him to Charles now Prince, together with a note of the beginninges of the most parte of the antiet and famous Nobilitie of Scotland. A Historye both pleasant and profitable set forthe and done in heroik verse by Patrick Gordon (Dort: Printed by George Waters, 1615) [GordoP,FamovHO].

Gordon, Patrick [1615], The First booke of the famous Historye of Penardo and Laissa other ways callid the watres, of Love and Ambitione ... Doone in Heroik verse, by Patrik Gordon (Dort: Printed ... By George Waters, 1615) [GordoP,FirstBO].

Gorges, Sir Arthur [1614], Lvcans Pharsalia: Containing The Ciuill Warres betweene Caesar and Pompey. Written In Latine Heroicall Verse by M. Annaevs Lvcanus. Translated into English verse by Sir Arthur Gorges ... Whereunto is annexed the life of the Authour, collected out of diuers Authors (London: Printed for Edward Blount, 1614) [GorgeSA,LvcanPC].

Gorges, Sir Arthur [1619], The wisedome of the ancients, written in latine by the right honourable Sir Francis Bacon Knight, Baron of Verulam and Lord Chancelour of England. Done into English by Sir Arthur Gorges (London: Imprinted by Iohn Bill, 1619) [GorgeSA,WisedOT].

Gosse, Sir Edmund William [1870], Madrigals, Songs and Sonnets. By John Arthur Blaikie and Edmund William Gosse (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1870) [GosseSE,MadriSA].

Gosse, Sir Edmund William [1873], On Viol and Flute. By Edmund W. Gosse (London: Henry S. King & Co., 1873) [GosseSE,OnVAFBE].

Gosse, Sir Edmund William [1879], New Poems. By Edmund W. Gosse (London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1879) [GosseSE,NewPBEW].

Gosse, Sir Edmund William [1885], Firdausi in Exile and Other Poems. By Edmund Gosse (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1885) [GosseSE,FirdaIE].

Gosse, Sir Edmund William [1893], Inscription for the rose - tree brought by Mr. W. Simpson from Omar's tomb in Naishápúr, and planted to - day on the grave of Edward Fitzgerald, at Boulge (London: , 1893) [GosseSE,InscrFT].

Gosse, Sir Edmund William [1893], King Erik: A Tragedy. By Edmund Gosse (London: William Heinemann, 1893) [GosseSE,KingEAT].

Gosse, Sir Edmund William [1894], In Russet & Silver: By Edmund Gosse (London: William Heinemann, 1894) [GosseSE,InRASBE].

Gosse, Sir Edmund William [1909], The Autumn Garden by Edmund Gosse (London: William Heinemann, 1909) [GosseSE,AutumGB].

Gosse, Sir Edmund William [1929], Two Unpublished Poems by Edmund Gosse ([Winchester]: [E. H. Blakeney], [1929]) [GosseSE,TwoUPBE].

Gosynhyll, Edward [1556], Here begynneth a dialogue betwene the comen Secretary and Jelowsy touchynge the unstablenes of harlottes (: , [1556?]) [GosynE,HereBAD].

Gosynhyll, Edward [1560], Here Begynneth the Scole house of women: wherein euery man may reade a goodly prayse of the condicyons of women (London: Imprinted ... by John Kyng, 1560) [GosynE,HereBTS].

Gosynhyll, Edward [1560], The prayse of all women / called Mulieru Pean. Very fruytfull and delectable unto all the reders (London: Imprynted ... by ... Wyllyam Myddylton, [1560?]) [GosynE,PraysOA].

Gould, Robert [1683], Presbytery Rough - drawn. A Satyr. In contemplation of The Late Rebellion (London: Printed for Joanna Brome, 1683) [GouldR,PresbRD].

Gould, Robert [1687], The Laureat ([London?]: , [1687]) [GouldR,Laure].

Gould, Robert [1709], The Works of Mr. Robert Gould: In Two Volumes. Consisting of those Poems [and] Satyrs Which were formerly Printed, and Corrected since by the Author; As also of the many more which He Design'd for the Press. Publish'd from his Own Original Copies (London: Printed for W. Lewis [etc.], 1709) [GouldR,WorksOM].

Gower, John [1901], The Complete Works of John Gower: Edited from the manuscripts with introductions, notes and glossaries by G. C. Macaulay (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1901) [GowerJ,ComplWO].

Graham, Dougal [1883], The collected writings of Dougal Graham: `Skellat' Bellman of Glasgow: edited with notes: Together with a Biographical and Bibliographical Introduction, and a Sketch of the Chap Literature of Scotland: by George MacGregor: In two volumes (Glasgow: Thomas D. Morison, 1883) [GrahaD,ColleWO].

Graham, James, 1st Marquis of Montrose [1938], Poems of James Graham: Marquis of Montrose ... With introduction and notes by J. L. Weir ... and a preface by the Rt. Hon. Lord Tweedsmuir (London: John Murray, 1938) [GrahaJ1,PoemsOJ].

Grahame, James [1794], Poems, in English, Scotch, and Latin (Paisley: Printed by J. Neilson for the Author, 1794) [GrahaJ,PoemsIE].

Grahame, James [1807], Poems: By James Grahame. In Two Volumes (London; Edinburgh: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme; William Blackwood, 1807) [GrahaJ,PoemsBJ].

Grahame, James [1808], The siege of Copenhagen. A poem; with notes, by James Grahame. Second edition (Edinburgh; London: Printed for Oliphant and Brown [etc.]; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme [etc.], 1808) [GrahaJ,SiegeOC].

Grahame, James [1809], Poems on the abolition of the slave trade; written by James Montgomery, James Grahame, and E. Benger. Embellished with Engravings from pictures painted by R. Smirke (London: Printed for R. Bowyer ... By T. Bensley [etc.], 1809) [GrahaJ,PoemsOT].

Grahame, James [1812], British georgics: By James Grahame. The second edition (Edinburgh; Glasgow: Printed by J. Pillans & Sons, for J. Ogle ... M. Ogle; R. Ogle [etc.], 1812) [GrahaJ,BritiGB].

Grahame, Simion [1604], The Passionate Sparke of a Relenting Minde. Written By Simion Grahame (London: Printed ... by Humfrey Lownes [etc.], 1604) [GrahaS,PassiSO].

Grahame, Simion [1609], The Anatomie of Hvmors: Written by Simion Grahame (Edinbvrgh: Printed by Thomas Finlason, 1609) [GrahaS,AnatoOH].

Grainger, James [1759], A Poetical Translation of the elegies of Tibullus; and of the poems of Sulpicia. With The Original Text, and Notes Critical and Explanatory. In two volumes. By James Grainger (London: Printed for A. Millar [etc.], 1759) [GrainJ,PoetiTO].

Grainger, James [1764], The Sugar - Cane: A Poem. In Four Books. With Notes. By James Grainger (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley [etc.], 1764) [GrainJ,SugarCA].

Grainger, James [1836], The Poetical Works Of James Grainger ... With Memoirs Of His Life And Writings, By Robert Anderson ... And An Index Of The Linnean Names Of Plants, &c. By William Wright (Edinburgh; London: Stirling, Kenney, & Co.; Whittaker & Co., and J. Duncan, 1836) [GrainJ,PoetiWO].

Grange, John [1577], The Golden Aphroditis: A pleasant discourse, penned by John Grange ... Whereunto be annexed by the same Authour asvvell certayne Metres upon sundry poyntes, as also divers Pamphlets in prose, which he entituleth His Garden: pleasant to the eare, and delightful to the Reader, if he abuse not the scente of the floures (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Bynneman, 1577) [GrangJ,GoldeAA].

Grant, Anne, of Laggan [1808], The Highlanders, and other poems. By Mrs. Grant, Laggan. Second edition (London: Printed by C. Whittingham ... for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme [etc.], 1808) [GrantAO,HighlAO].

Grant, Anne, of Laggan [1814], Eighteen Hundred and Thirteen: A poem in two parts. By Mrs Grant, of Laggan (Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co. for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1814) [GrantAO,EightHA].

Grant, Anne, of Laggan [1835], Blue bell of Scotland, The watchman, and I won't be a nun (Boston: L. Deming, [1835?]) [GrantAO,BlueBOS].

Grant, Sir Robert [1839], Sacred Poems. By the Late Right Hon. Sir Robert Grant (London: Saunders and Otley, 1839) [GrantSR,SacrePB].

Granville, George, Baron Lansdowne [1736], The Genuine Works in Verse and Prose, Of the Right Honourable George Granville, Lord Lansdowne (London: Printed for J. and R. Tonson ... and L. Gilliver, J. Clarke [etc.], 1736) [GranvGB,GenuiWI].

Graves, Alfred Perceval [1873], Songs of Killarney. By Alfred Perceval Graves (London: Bradbury, Agnew & Co., 1873) [GraveAP,SongsOK].

Graves, Alfred Perceval [1880], Irish Songs and Ballads. By Alfred Perceval Graves (Manchester: Alexander Ireland, 1880) [GraveAP,IrishSA].

Graves, Alfred Perceval [1908], The Irish Poems of Alfred Perceval Graves ... Second Edition (Dublin; New York: Maunsel & Company; The Macmillan Company, 1908) [GraveAP,IrishPO].

Gray, David [1874], The Poetical Works of David Gray. A New and Enlarged Edition; Edited by Henry Glassford Bell (Glasgow; London: James Maclehose; Macmillan, 1874) [GrayD,PoetiWO].

Gray, John [1893], Silverpoints by John Gray (London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1893) [GrayJ,SilveBJ].

Gray, John [1904], Ad Matrem: Poems by John Gray (London; Edinburgh: Sands & Co., 1904) [GrayJ,AdMPBJG].

Gray, John [1926], Sound, by John Gray (London: A. J. A. Symons, 1926) [GrayJ,SoundBJ].

Gray, John [1926], The Long Road. By John Gray (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1926) [GrayJ,LongRBJ].

Gray, John [1931], Poems (1931): By John Gray (London: Sheed and Ward, 1931) [GrayJ,Poems1B].

Gray, Thomas [1969], The poems of Thomas Gray: William Collins: Oliver Goldsmith: Edited by Roger Lonsdale (London: Longmans, Green, and Company, 1969) [GrayT,PoemsOT].

Green, Matthew [1733], The Grotto, A Poem. Written by Peter Drake (London: , 1733) [GreenM,GrottAP].

Green, Matthew [1754], The Spleen. An Epistle Inscribed to his particular Friend Mr. C. J. ... By the late Mr. Matthew Green ... The Second Edition (London: Printed for A. Dodd [etc.], 1754) [GreenM,SpleeAE].

Greene, Robert [1905], The plays & poems of Robert Greene: Edited with introductions and notes by J. Churton Collins (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1905) [GreenR,PlaysAP].

Greenwell, Dora [1848], Poems. By Dora Greenwell (London: William Pickering, 1848) [GreenD,PoemsBD].

Greenwell, Dora [1850], Stories that might be true: With other poems: By Dora Greenwell (London: William Pickering, 1850) [GreenD,StoriTM].

Greenwell, Dora [1861], Poems: By the author of "The Patience of Hope" (Edinburgh; London: Alexander Strahan; Hamilton, Adams, and Co., 1861) [GreenD,PoemsBT].

Greenwell, Dora [1865], Home thoughts and home scenes. In original poems: By Jean Ingelow, Dora Greenwell, Mrs. Tom Taylor, The Hon. Mrs. Norton, Amelia B. Edwards, Jennett Humphreys and the author of "John Halifax Gentleman." And pictures by A. B. Houghton, Engraved by the Brothers Dalziel (London: Routledge, Warne and Routledge, 1865) [GreenD,HomeTAH].

Greenwell, Dora [1867], Poems by Dora Greenwell (London: Alexander Strahan, 1867) [GreenD,PoemsBD].

Greenwell, Dora [1869], Carmina crucis. By Dora Greenwell (London: Bell and Daldy, 1869) [GreenD,CarmiCB].

Greenwell, Dora [1873], Songs of salvation: By Dora Greenwell (London: Strahan & Co., 1873) [GreenD,SongsOS].

Greenwell, Dora [1873], The soul's legend: By Dora Greenwell (London: Strahan & Co., 1873) [GreenD,SoulsLB].

Greenwell, Dora [1876], Camera obscura: By Dora Greenwell (London: Daldy, Isbister, & Co., 1876) [GreenD,CamerOB].

Greepe, Thomas [1587], The true and perfecte Newes of the woorthy and valiaunt exploytes, performed and doone by that valiant Knight Syr Frauncis Drake: Not onely at Sancto Domingo, and Carthagena, but also nowe at Cales, and vppon the Coast of Spayne (London: Printed ... by I. Charlewood, 1587) [GreepT,TrueAPN].

Greville, Fulke, Baron Brooke [1670], The Remains of Sir Fulk Grevill Lord Brooke: Being Poems of Monarchy and Religion. Never before Printed (London: Printed by T. N. For Henry Herringman [etc.], 1670) [GreviFB,RemaiOS].

Greville, Fulke, Baron Brooke [1939], Poems and Dramas of Fulke Greville: First Lord Brooke: Edited with introductions and notes by Geoffrey Bullough (London; Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1939) [GreviFB,PoemsAD].

Grierson, Constantia [1735], Poems (1735) (In Poems on Several Occasions (London: Printed for C. Rivington, 1735)) [GrierC,Poems1].

Grierson, Constantia [1755], Poems by Eminent Ladies. Particularly, Mrs. Barber, Mrs. Behn, Miss Carter, Lady Chudleigh, Mrs. Cockburn, Mrs. Grierson [etc.] (London: Printed for R. Baldwin [etc.], 1755) [GrierC,PoemsBE].

Grierson, Constantia [1764], The art of printing. A poem (Dublin: Printed before the ... Company of Stationers [etc.], 1764) [GrierC,ArtOPAP].

Griffin, Bartholomew [1596], Fidessa, more chaste then kinde. By B. Griffin (London: Printed by the Widdow Orwin, for Matthew Lownes, 1596) [GriffB,FidesMC].

Grimald, Nicholas [1551], A preseruatiue, or triacle, agaynst the poyson of Pelagius, lately renued, & stirred up agayn, by the furious secte of the Annabaptistes: deuysed by Wyllyam Turner [etc.] ([London]: [R. Jugge for A. Hester], 1551) [GrimaN,PreseOT].

Grove, Matthew [1587], The most famous and Tragicall Historie of Pelops and Hippodamia. Whereunto are adioyned sundrie pleasant deuises, Epigrams, Songes and Sonnettes. Written by Mathewe Groue (London: Imprinted ... by Abel Ieffs [etc.], 1587) [GroveM,MostFAT].

Grymeston, Elizabeth [1604], Miscelanea. Meditations. Memoratiues. By Elizabeth Grymeston (London: Printed by Melch. Bradwood for Felix Norton, 1604) [GrymeE,MisceMM].

Guilpin, Edward [1598], Skialetheia. Or, A shadowe of Truth, in certaine Epigrams and Satyres (London: Printed by I. R. for Nicholas Ling [etc.], 1598) [GuilpE,SkialOA].

Guilpin, Edward [1601], The Whipper of the Satyre his pennance in a white Sheete: or, The Beadles Confutation (London: Printed for Thomas Pauier, 1601) [GuilpE,WhippOT].

H. C. [1579], The Forrest of Fancy. Wherein is conteined very prety Apothegmes, and pleasaunt histories, both in meeter and prose, Songes, Sonets, Epigrams and Epistles, of diuerse matter and in diuerse manner. With sundry other deuices, no lesse pithye then pleasaunt and profytable (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Purfoote, 1579) [HC,ForreOF].

Habington, William [1948], The poems of William Habington: Edited with introduction and commentary by Kenneth Allott (London: The University Press of Liverpool: Hodder and Stoughton, 1948) [HabinW,PoemsOW].

Hagthorpe, John [1622], Divine Meditations, and Elegies. By Iohn Hagthorpe (London: Printed by Bernard Alsop, 1622) [HagthJ,DivinMA].

Hagthorpe, John [1623], Visiones Rerum. The Visions of Things. Or Foure Poems. 1. Principium & Mutabilitas Rerum. Or, The beginning and Mutabilitie of all things. 2. Cursus & Ordo rerum. Or, Art and Nature. 3. Opineo & Ratio rerum. Or, Wealth and Pouertie. 4. Malum & finis rerum, Or, Sinne and Vertue, concluding with the last Iudgement and end of all things. Wherein the Authour expresseth his inuention by way of dreame. By John Hagthorpe (London: Printed by Bernard Alsop [etc.], 1623) [HagthJ,VisioRT].

Hake, Edward [1574], A Touchestone for this time present, expresly declaring such ruines, enormities, and abuses as trouble the Churche of God and our Christian common wealth at this daye. VVherevnto is annexed a perfect rule to be obserued of all Parents and Scholemaisters, in the trayning vp of their Schollers and Children in learning. Newly set foorth by E. H. (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Hacket [etc.], 1574) [HakeE,TouchFT].

Hake, Edward [1575], A Commemoration of the most prosperous and peaceable Raigne of our gratious and deere Soueraigne Lady Elizabeth by the grace of God of England, Fraunce and Irelande, Queene &c. Now newly set foorth this .xvii. day of Nouember, beyng the first day of the .xviii. yeere of her Maiesties sayd Raigne. By Edw. Hake (London: Imprinted ... by William How for Richard Johnes [etc.], [1575]) [HakeE,CommeOT].

Hake, Edward [1579], Newes out of Powles Churchyarde Now newly renued and amplifyed according to the accidents of the present time, 1579. and Otherwise entituled, Syr Nummus. Written in English Satyrs. Wherein is reprooued excessiue and unlawfull seeking after riches, and the euill spending of the same. Compyled by E. H. (London: Imprinted ... by John Charlewood, and Richard Ihones, 1579) [HakeE,NewesOO].

Hake, Edward [1604], Of Golds Kingdome, and This Vnhelping Age. Described in sundry Poems intermixedly placed after certaine other Poems of more speciall respect: And before the same is an Oration or speech intended to haue bene deliuered by the Author hereof unto the Kings Maiesty (London: Imprinted ... by John Windet [etc.], 1604) [HakeE,OfGKATV].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1828], Poetic Lucubrations; Containing The Misanthrope and Other Effusions. By T. Gordon Hake (London: Hunt and Clarke, 1828) [HakeTG,PoetiLC].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1871], Madeline: With other poems and parables: By Thomas Gordon Hake (London: Chapman and Hall, 1871) [HakeTG,MadelWO].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1872], Parables and Tales. By Thomas Gordon Hake, with illustrations by Arthur Hughes (London: Chapman and Hall, 1872) [HakeTG,ParabAT].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1876], New symbols by Thomas Gordon Hake (London: Chatto and Windus, 1876) [HakeTG,NewSBTG].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1879], Legends of the Morrow. By Thomas Gordon Hake (London: Chatto and Windus, 1879) [HakeTG,LegenOT].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1880], Maiden Ecstasy by Thomas Gordon Hake (London: Chatto & Windus, 1880) [HakeTG,MaideEB].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1883], The Serpent Play: A Divine Pastoral: By Thomas Gordon Hake (London: Chatto & Windus, 1883) [HakeTG,SerpePA].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1890], The New Day: Sonnets: By Thomas Gordon Hake: With a Portrait of the Author by Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Edited, with a Preface, by W. Earl Hodgson (London: Remington, 1890) [HakeTG,NewDSBT].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1892], Memoirs of Eighty Years. By Gordon Hake (London: Richard Bentley, 1892) [HakeTG,MemoiOE].

Hake, Thomas Gordon [1894], The poems of Thomas Gordon Hake: Selected with a prefatory note by Alice Meynell and a portrait by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (London; Chicago: Elkin Mathews and John Lane; Stone and Kimball, 1894) [HakeTG,PoemsOT].

Hall, Arthur [1581], Ten books of Homers Iliades, translated out of French By Arthur Hall (London: Imprinted by Ralph Nevvberie, 1581) [HallA,TenBOHI].

Hall, John [1550], Certayn chapters take out of the Proverbs of Salomo, wyth other chapters of the holy Scripture; & certayne Psalmes of David, translated into English metre, by Iohn Hall. Whych Proverbes of late were set forth, Imprinted and untruely entituled, to be thee doynges of Mayster Thomas Sternhold ... as by thys Copye it may be perceaved (London: Imprinted ... By Thomas Reynalde, 1550) [HallJ,CertaCT].

Hall, John [1563], A commendatory poem [1563] (In Certaine VVorkes of Chirurgerie, nevvly compiled and published by Thomas Gale (: , [1563])) [HallJ,CommeP1].

Hall, John [1563], A poesie in forme of a Vision, briefly inueying against the moste hatefull, and prodigious Artes of Necromancie, Witchcraft, Sorcerie, Incantations, and diuers other detestable and deuilishe practises, dayly used under colour of Judiciall Astrologie. Compiled in Metre by I. H. (London: Rouland Hall [etc.], 1563) [HallJ,PoesiIF].

Hall, John [1565], [A Book of Proverbs] ([London]: , [1565?]) [HallJ,ABOP].

Hall, John [1565], [The Courte of Vertu: contaynynge many holy songes, Sonettes, psalmes and ballettes] (: , [1565]) [HallJ,TheCOVC].

Hall, John [1646], Poems By John Hall (Cambridge: Printed by Roger Daniel [and] E. G. For J. Rothwell [etc.], 1646 - 1647) [HallJ,PoemsBJ].

Hall, John [1658], Emblems With elegant figures, newly published. By J. H. (London: Printed by R. Daniel, 1658) [HallJ,EmbleWE].

Hall, John [1682], Hierocles upon the Golden Verses of the Pythagoreans. Translated immediately out of the Greek into English (London: Printed by M. Flesher [etc.], 1682) [HallJ,HieroUT].

Hall, Joseph, Bishop of Norwich [1598], Virgidemiarvm. Sixe Bookes. First three Bookes. Of Tooth - lesse Satyrs. 1. Poeticall. 2. Academicall. 3. Morall: Corrected and amended (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Bradocke for Robert Dexter, 1598) [HallJBO,VirgiSB].

Hall, Joseph, Bishop of Norwich [1598], Virgidemiarvm. The three last Bookes. Of byting Satyres (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Bradocke for Robert Dexter [etc.], 1598) [HallJBO,VirgiTT].

Hall, Joseph, Bishop of Norwich [1603], The Kings Prophecie: or VVeeping Ioy. Expressed in a Poeme, to the Honor of Englands too great Solemnities. Ios. Hall (London: Printed by T. C. for Symon Waterson, 1603) [HallJBO,KingsPO].

Hall, Joseph, Bishop of Norwich [1607], Holy Obseruations. Lib. I. Also Some fewe of Davids Psalmes Metaphrased, for a taste of the rest. By Ios. Hall (London: Printed by H. L. for Samuel Macham [etc.], 1607) [HallJBO,HolyOLI].

Hamerton, Philip Gilbert [1855], The Isles of Loch Awe and Other Poems of my Youth. With Sixteen Illustrations. By Philip Gilbert Hamerton (London: W. E. Painter, 1855) [HamerPG,IslesOL].

Hamilton, Janet [1863], Poems and Essays of a Miscellaneous Character on Subjects of General Interest: By Janet Hamilton (Glasgow; Edinburgh: Thomas Murray and Son; Paton and Ritchie, 1863) [HamilJ,PoemsAE].

Hamilton, Janet [1865], Poems of Purpose and Sketches in Prose of Scottish Peasant Life and Character in Auld Langsyne, Sketches of Local Scenes and Characters, With a Glossary. By Janet Hamilton (Glasgow; Edinburgh: Thomas Murray and Son; William Ritchie, 1865) [HamilJ,PoemsOP].

Hamilton, Janet [1873], Poems and ballads. Second edition. By Janet Hamilton ... With introductory papers by the Rev. George Gilfillan and the Rev. Alexander Wallace (Glasgow: James Maclehose, 1873) [HamilJ,PoemsAB].

Hamilton, William, of Bangour [1734], The Faithful Few. An Ode, Inscribed to all Lovers of their Country (Edinburgh: Printed by W. Cheyne, and Sold at most Booksellers [etc.], 1734) [HamilWO,FaithFA].

Hamilton, William, of Bangour [1850], The poems and songs of William Hamilton of Bangour; collated with the ms. volume of his poems, and containing several pieces hitherto unpublished; with illustrative notes, and an account of the life of the author. By James Paterson (Edinburgh: Thomas George Stevenson, 1850) [HamilWO,PoemsAS].

Hamilton, William, of Gilbertfield [1722], A new edition of the life and heroick actions of the renoun'd Sir William Wallace, General and Governour of Scotland. Wherein the Old obsolete Words are rendered more Intelligible; and adapted to the understanding of such who have not leisure to study the Meaning, and Import of such Phrases without the help of a Glossary (Glasgow: Printed by William Duncan [etc.], 1722) [HamilWO,NewEOTL].

Hammond, James [1733], An Elegy to a Young Lady, in the Manner of Ovid. By ------ : With An Answer. By a Lady, Author of the Verses to the Imitator of Horace (London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1733) [HammoJ,ElegyTA].

Hammond, James [1752], Love Elegies. Written in the Year 1732. The Third Edition (London: Printed for G. Hawkins ... And sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1752) [HammoJ,LoveEWI].

Hammond, William [1655], Poems. By W. H. (London: Printed for Thomas Dring [etc.], 1655) [HammoW,PoemsBW].

Hanmer, Sir John [1833], Proteus, and other poems. By Sir John Hanmer ... Second Edition (London: Gilbert and Rivington, 1833) [HanmeSJ,ProteAO].

Hanmer, Sir John [1836], Poems, On Various Subjects. By Sir John Hanmer (London: Gilbert & Rivington, 1836) [HanmeSJ,PoemsOV].

Hanmer, Sir John [1839], Fra Cipolla, and other poems. By Sir John Hanmer (London: Edward Moxon, 1839) [HanmeSJ,FraCAOP].

Hanmer, Sir John [1840], Sonnets. By Sir John Hanmer (London: Edward Moxon, 1840) [HanmeSJ,SonneBS].

Hanmer, Sir John [1877], A memorial of the parish and family of Hanmer in Flintshire out of the thirteenth into the nineteenth century: By John Lord Hanmer (London: Privately printed at The Chiswick Press, 1877) [HanmeSJ,MemorOT].

Hannay, Patrick [1622], The Nightingale. Sheretine and Mariana. A happy Husband. Elegies on the death of Queene Anne. Songs and Sonnets by Patrick Hanay (London: Printed for Nathaniel Butter, 1622) [HannaP,NightSA].

Harbert, William, of Glamorgan [1604], A Prophesie of Cadwallader, last King of the Britaines: Containing a Comparison of the English Kings, with many worthy Romanes, from William Rufus, till Henry the fift. Henry the fift, his life and death. Foure Battels betweene the two Houses of Yorke and Lancanster. The Field of Banbery. The losse of Elizabeth. The praise of King Iames. And lastly a Poeme to the yong Prince (London: Printed by Thomas Creede, for Roger Iackson [etc.], 1604) [HarbeWO,ProphOC].

Harbert, William, of Glamorgan [1605], Commendatory poem to The French Garden (1605) (In The French Garden: for English Ladyes and Gentlewomen to walke in. Or A Sommer dayes labour. Being an instruction for the attayning vnto; the knowledge of the French Tongue: wherein for the practise thereof, are framed thirteene Dialogues in French and English, concerning divers matters from the rising in the morning till Bed - time. Also the Historie of the Centurion mencioned in the Gospell: in French Verses. Which is an easier and shortter Methode then hath beene yet set forth, to bring the louers of the French tongue to the perfection of the same. By Peter Erondell (London: Printed for Edward White [etc.], 1605)) [HarbeWO,CommePT].

Harbert, William, of Glamorgan [1606], Englands Sorrowe: Or, A Farewell to Essex: With A Commemoration of the famous Liues, and vntimely Deaths of many woorthie Personages which haue liued in England. By W. H. (London: Printed by Henry Rocket ... for Valentine Simmes, 1606) [HarbeWO,EnglaSO].

Harbert, William, of Glamorgan [1625], Commendatory verse to Britannia's pastorals (1625) (In Britannia's pastorals (London: Printed by Iohn Haviland, 1625)) [HarbeWO,CommeVT].

Hardy, Thomas [1930], Collected poems of Thomas Hardy: With a portrait (London: Macmillan, 1930) [HardyT,CollePO].

Harington, John [1657], The History of Polindor and Flostella: With Other Poems. By I. H. The third Edition, Revised and much Enlarged (London: Printed by T. R. for Thomas Dring, 1657) [HarinJ,HistoOP].

Harington, John [1684], The Grecian Story: Being an Historical Poem, in Five Books. To which is Annex'd The Grove: Consisting of Divers Shorter Poems upon several Subjects. By J. H. (London: Printed for William Crook [etc.], 1684) [HarinJ,GreciSB].

Harington, John [1684], The Odes and Epodon of Horace, In Five Books. Translated into English by J. H. (London: Printed for W. Crooke [etc.], 1684) [HarinJ,OdesAEO].

Harington, John [1685], A Pindarick Ode on the Death Of His Late Sacred Majesty King Charles II. Of Blessed Memory. By J. H. (London: Printed for S. T. [etc.], 1685) [HarinJ,PindaOO].

Harington, John, the elder [1971], John Harington of Stepney: Tudor gentleman: His life and works: By Ruth Hughey (Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University Press, 1971) [HarinJT,JohnHOS].

Harington, Sir John [1607], Orlando Fvrioso in English Heroical Verse by Sr Iohn Haringto ... Now secondly imprinted (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Field, for Iohn Norton and Simon VVaterson, 1607) [HarinSJ,OrlanFI].

Harington, Sir John [1607], The Englishmans Docter. Or, The Schoole of Salerne. Or, Physicall Obseruations for the perfect Preseruing of the body of Man in continuall health (London: Printed for Iohn Helme, and Iohn Busby Lamor [etc.], 1607) [HarinSJ,EngliDO].

Harington, Sir John [1618], The most elegant and witty epigrams of Sir Iohn Harrington ... digested into fovre bookes: three whereof neuer before published (London: Printed by G. P. for Iohn Budge [etc.], 1618) [HarinSJ,MostEAW].

Harington, Sir John [1804], Nugae Antiquae Being a miscellaneous collection of original papers, in prose and verse; Written during the reigns of Henry VIII. Edward VI. Queen Mary, Elizabeth, and King James: By Sir John Harington ... And by others who lived in those times. Selected from authentic remains by the late Henry Harington ... and newly arranged, with illustrative notes by Thomas Park (London: Printed by J. Wright, 1804) [HarinSJ,NugaeAB].

Harrison, William [1706], Woodstock Park. A poem. By William Harison (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1706) [HarriW,WoodsPA].

Harte, Walter [1727], Poems on Several Occasions. By Mr. Walter Harte (London: Printed for Bernard Lintot [etc.], 1727) [HarteW,PoemsOS].

Harte, Walter [1730], An Essay on Satire, Particularly on the Dunciad. By Mr. Walter Harte of St. Mary - Hall, Oxon. To which is added, A Discourse on Satires, Arraigning Persons by Name. By Monsieur Boileau (London: Printed for Lawton Gilliver [etc.], 1730) [HarteW,EssayOS].

Harte, Walter [1732], An Epistle to Mr. Pope (London: Printed for H. Whittridge [etc.], 1732) [HarteW,EpistTM].

Harte, Walter [1736], An essay on reason. The Third Edition, corrected. By the Reverend Walter Harte (London: Printed by J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver [etc.], 1736) [HarteW,EssayOR].

Harte, Walter [1767], The Amaranth: Or, religious poems; consisting of fables, visions, emblems, etc. Adorned with copper - plates from the best masters (London: Printed for Mess. Robinson and Roberts [etc.] and W. Frederick [etc.], 1767) [HarteW,AmaraOR].

Harvey, Christopher [1640], The synagogue, or, the shadow of the temple. Sacred poems, and private ejaculations. In imitation of Mr George Herbert (London: Printed by I. L. for Phil. Stephens and Chrystopher Meredith [etc.], 1640) [HarveC,SynagOT].

Harvey, Christopher [1647], Schola Cordis or the Heart of it Selfe, gone away from God; brought back againe to him & instructed by him in 47 Emblems (London: Printed for H. Blunden [etc.], 1647) [HarveC,ScholCO].

Harvey, John [1726], A Collection of Miscellany poems and letters, Comical and Serious. By Jo. Harvey (Edinburgh: Printed for the Author, 1726) [HarveJ,ColleOM].

Harvey, John [1729], The life of Robert Bruce: King of Scots. A poem, By John Harvey (Edinburgh: Printed by John Catanach [etc.], 1729) [HarveJ,LifeORB].

Havergal, Frances Ridley [1884], The Poetical Works of Frances Ridley Havergal (London: James Nisbet & Co., 1884) [HaverFR,PoetiWO].

Haviland, Matthew [1635], A monument of Gods most gracious preservation of England from Spanish Invasion, Aug. 2. 1588. and Popish Treason, Novem. 5. 1605 ([London]: , [1635?]) [HavilM,MonumOG].

Hawes, Stephen [1509], A Joyfull medytacyon to all Englonde of the coronacyon of our moost naturall souerayne lorde kynge Henry the eyght (: Wynkyn de Worde, [1509]) [HawesS,JoyfuMT].

Hawes, Stephen [1509], The couercyon of swerers (: Wynkyn de Worde, 1509) [HawesS,CouerOS].

Hawes, Stephen [1510], Here begynneth the boke called the example of vertu (: Wynkyn de Worde, [1510?]) [HawesS,HereBTB].

Hawes, Stephen [1512], The comforte of louers made and compyled by Steuen Hawes sometyme grome of the honourable chambre of our late souerayne lorde kynge Henry ye seuenth (whose soule god pardon). In the seconde yere of the reygne of our most naturall souerayne lorde kyge Henry the eyght (London: Emprynted by ... Wynkyn de Worde, [1512?]) [HawesS,ComfoOL].

Hawes, Stephen [1928], The Pastime of Pleasure by Stephen Hawes: A literal reprint of the earliest complete copy (1517) with variant readings from the editions of 1509, 1554, and 1555 together with introduction notes, glossary, and indexes: By William Edward Mead (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1928 (for 1927)) [HawesS,PastiOP].

Hawker, Robert Stephen [1899], The poetical works of Robert Stephen Hawker: Edited from the original manuscripts and annotated copies together with a prefatory notice and bibliography by Alfred Wallis (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1899) [HawkeRS,PoetiWO].

Hawkshaw, Benjamin [1693], Poems Upon Several Occasions. By Benj. Hawkshaw (London: Printed by J. Heptinstall, for Henry Dickenson [etc.], 1693) [HawksB,PoemsUS].

Hayes, Alfred [1887], The Last Crusade and Other Poems. By Alfred Hayes (Birmingham; London: Cornish Brothers; Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1887) [HayesA,LastCAO].

Hayes, Alfred [1888], David Westren. By Alfred Hayes (Birmingham; London: Cornish Brothers; Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1888) [HayesA,DavidWB].

Hayes, Alfred [1891], The March of Man and Other Poems. By Alfred Hayes (London; New York: Macmillan, 1891) [HayesA,MarchOM].

Hayes, Alfred [1895], The Vale of Arden and Other Poems by Alfred Hayes (London: John Lane at The Bodley Head, 1895) [HayesA,ValeOAA].

Hayes, Alfred [1911], The Cup of Quietness. By Alfred Hayes (London: Methuen, 1911) [HayesA,CupOQBA].

Hayley, William [1762], Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis Natales Auspicatissimos Georgii Walliae Principis Augustissimi Georgii III. Magnae Britanniae Regis et Serenissimae Charlottae Reginae filii celebrantis (Cambridge: Joseph Bentham, 1762) [HayleW,GratuAC].

Hayley, William [1779], An elegy on the Ancient Greek Model. Addressed to The Right Reverend Robert Lowth, Lord Bishop of London (Cambridge: Printed by Francis Hodson; Sold by T. Payne ... and T. & J. Merril, in Cambridge, 1779) [HayleW,ElegyOT].

Hayley, William [1779], Epistle to Admiral Keppel (London: Fielding and Walker, 1779) [HayleW,EpistTA].

Hayley, William [1788], Occasional stanzas written at the request of the Revolution Society, and recited on their anniversary, November 4, 1788. To which is added, Queen Mary to King William, during his campaign in Ireland, 1690; a poetical epistle. By William Hayley (London: Printed for T. Cadell [etc.], 1788) [HayleW,OccasSW].

Hayley, William [1788], Poems and Plays, By William Hayley ... in Six Volumes. A New Edition (London: Printed for T. Cadell [etc.], 1788) [HayleW,PoemsAP].

Hayley, William [1795], An elegy on the death of The Honourable Sir William Jones, a judge of the supreme court of judicature in Bengal, and president of the Asiatic Society. By William Hayley (London: Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies [etc.], 1795) [HayleW,ElegyOT].

Hayley, William [1795], The national advocates, a poem. Affectionately inscribed to The Honourable Thomas Erskine, and Vicary Gibbs (London: Printed for J. Debrett [etc.], 1795) [HayleW,NatioAA].

Hayley, William [1799], The Life of John Milton, with Conjectures on the Origin of Paradise Lost. By William Hailey (Basil: Printed and sold by James Decker [etc.], 1799) [HayleW,LifeOJM].

Hayley, William [1800], An essay on sculpture: In a series of epistles to John Flaxman, Esq. R. A.: With notes. By William Hayley (London: Printed by A. Strahan ... for T. Cadell Jun. and W. Davies [etc.], 1800) [HayleW,EssayOS].

Hayley, William [1800], Little Tom, the Sailor (Folkestone: Printed for and Sold by The Widow Spicer ... For the Benefit of her Orphans, 1800) [HayleW,LittlTT].

Hayley, William [1804], The triumph of music; a poem: in six cantos ... by William Hayley (London: Printed by and for J. Seagrave; And Sold by T. Payne [etc.], 1804) [HayleW,TriumOM].

Hayley, William [1805], Ballads by William Hayley ... founded on anecdotes relating to animals, with prints, designed and engraved by William Blake (Chichester; London: Printed by J. Seagrave; For Richard Phillips [etc.], 1805) [HayleW,BallaBW].

Hayley, William [1808], Sonnet and Epitaph (1808) (In Poetical pieces by the late Mr. Thomas Bradford. To which are added a sonnet on his death, and his epitaph, written by William Hayley (Chichester: Printed by William Mason, 1808)) [HayleW,SonneAE].

Hayley, William [1808], The Stanzas Of An English Friend To The Patriots Of Spain (London: Printed For Westley and Parrish [etc.], 1808) [HayleW,StanzOA].

Hayley, William [1808], The fall of Needwood (Derby: Printed at the office of J. Drewry, 1808) [HayleW,FallON].

Hayley, William [1814], A Patriotic Song For the Amicable Club of Felpham ([London?]: , 1814) [HayleW,PatriSF].

Hayley, William [1817], Song for the Amicable Fraternity of Felpham ([London?]: , 1817) [HayleW,SongFTA].

Hayley, William [1818], Poems on Serious and Sacred Subjects, printed only as private tokens of regard, for the particular friends of the author (Chichester: Printed at the private press of W. Mason, 1818) [HayleW,PoemsOS].

Hayman, Robert [1628], Quodlibets, lately come over from New Britaniola, Old Newfoundland. Epigrams and other small parcels both Morall and Divine. The first foure Bookes being the Authors owne: the rest translated out of that Excellent Epigrammist, Mr Iohn Owen, and other rare Authors: With two Epistles of that excellently wittie Doctor, Francis Rablais: Translated out his French at large. All of them Composed and done at Harbor - Grace in Britaniola, anciently called Newfound - Land. By R. H. (London: Printed by Elizabeth All - de, for Roger Michell [etc.], 1628) [HaymaR,QuodlLC].

Hayman, Robert [1634], Mirrour of New Reformation, wherein Reformers, by their owne acknowledgements, are represented ad viuum, the Beauty also of their handy worke is displayed ([Rouen]: [Printed by J. Cousturier], [before 1634]) [HaymaR,MirroON].

Headley, Henry [1786], Poems and other Pieces, By Henry Headley (London: Printed for J. Robson [etc.], 1786) [HeadlH,PoemsAO].

Heath, John [1610], Two centvries of epigrammes. Written by Iohn Heath (London: Printed by Iohn Windet, 1610) [HeathJ,TwoCOEW].

Heath, John [1619], The hovse of correction: or, certayne satyricall epigrams. Written by I. H. Gent. Together with a few Characters, called Par Pari: or, like to like, quoth the Deuill to the Collier (London: Printed by Bernard Alsop, for Richard Redmer [etc.], 1619) [HeathJ,HovseOC].

Heath, Robert [1650], Clarastella; Together with Poems occasional, Elegies, Epigrams, Satyrs. By Robert Heath (London: Printed for Humph. Moseley [etc.], 1650) [HeathR,ClaraTW].

Heber, Reginald [1841], The Poetical Works of Reginald Heber (London: John Murray, 1841) [HeberR,PoetiWO].

Heber, Reginald [1847], The Lay of The Purple Falcon; A metrical romance, now first printed from the original manuscript, in the possession of the Hon. Robert Curzon (London: Shakespeare Press, 1847) [HeberR,LayOTPF].

Hemans, Felicia Dorothea [1808], Poems, By Felicia Dorothea Browne (Liverpool: Printed by G. F. Harris, for T. Cadell and W. Davies [etc.], 1808) [HemanFD,PoemsBF].

Hemans, Felicia Dorothea [1812], The domestic affections, and other poems: By Felicia Dorothea Browne (London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies ... By J. M'Creery [etc.], 1812) [HemanFD,DomesAA].

Hemans, Felicia Dorothea [1836], Poetical Remains of the late Mrs Hemans (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood & Sons; T. Cadell, 1836) [HemanFD,PoetiRO].

Hemans, Felicia Dorothea [1839], The works of Mrs. Hemans; With a memoir of her life, by her sister. In seven volumes (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood; Thomas Cadell, 1839) [HemanFD,WorksOM].

Hendred, William [1508], The booke of the pylgrymage of man (London: , [1508]) [HendrW,BookeOT].

Henley, William Ernest [1921], Poems: by William Ernest Henley (London: Macmillan and Co., 1921) [HenleWE,PoemsBW].

Henry VIII [1889], [Poems of Henry VIII, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. Unter Leitung von Richard Paul Wülker: Herausgegeben von Ewald Flügel und Gustav Schirmer. XII. Band. (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1889) [HenryV,PoemsOH].

Henryson, Robert [1958], The poems and fables of Robert Henryson ... Edited from the earliest manuscripts and printed texts by H. Harvey Wood (Edinburgh; London: Oliver and Boyd, 1958) [HenryR,PoemsAF].

Heraclitus and Democritus [1598], The Riddles of Heraclitus and Democritus (London: Printed ... by Arn. Hatfield for Iohn Norton, 1598) [HeracAD,RiddlOH].

Heraud, John Abraham [1820], The Legend of St. Loy; With Other Poems. By John Abraham Heraud (London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1820) [HerauJA,LegenOS].

Heraud, John Abraham [1820], Tottenham; A Poem (London: H. Hodson, Printer [etc.], 1820) [HerauJA,TotteAP].

Heraud, John Abraham [1835], The Descent into Hell, Second Edition, Revised and Re - arranged, with an Analysis and Notes: To which are added, Uriel, a Fragment and Three Odes. By John A. Heraud (London: James Fraser, 1835) [HerauJA,DesceIH].

Heraud, John Abraham [1857], The Judgement of the Flood by John A. Heraud. A New Edition. Revised and Re - Arranged (London: David Bogue, 1857) [HerauJA,JudgeOT].

Heraud, John Abraham [1866], The Wreck of The London: A Lyrical Ballad, By John A. Heraud. Published in Aid of the Fund for Building A Life - Boat to be Called "The G. V. Brooke" (London: J. W. Anson; W. Walker & Co.; C. W. Stevens, 1866) [HerauJA,WreckOT].

Heraud, John Abraham [1870], The In - Gathering. Cimon and Pero: A Chain of Sonnets: Sebastopol etc. By John A. Heraud (London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1870) [HerauJA,InGCAPA].

Heraud, John Abraham [1871], The War of Ideas: A Poem. By John A. Heraud (London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1871) [HerauJA,WarOIAP].

Heraud, John Abraham [1877], Uxmal: An Antique Love Story. Macée de Léodepart: An Historical Romance. By John A. Heraud (London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1877) [HerauJA,UxmalAA].

Herbert, Edward, 1st Baron Herbert of Cherbury [1665], Occasional Verses of Edward Lord Herbert, Baron of Cherbery and Castle - Island. Deceased in August, 1648 (London: Printed by T. R. for Thomas Dring, 1665) [HerbeE1,OccasVO].

Herbert, Edward, 1st Baron Herbert of Cherbury [1923], The poems English & Latin of Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury: Edited by G. C. Moore Smith (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1923) [HerbeE1,PoemsEA].

Herbert, George [1633], The temple. Sacred poems and private ejaculations. By Mr George Herbert (Cambridge: Printed by Thom. Buck, and Roger Daniel [etc.], 1633) [HerbeG,TemplSP].

Herbert, George [1670], The Lives Of Dr John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr Richard Hooker, Mr George Herbert. Written by Izaak Walton. To which are added some Letters written by Mr. George Herbert, at his being in Cambridge: with others to his Mother, the Lady Magdalen Herbert, written by John Donne, afterwards Dean of St. Pauls (London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb for Richard Marriott [etc.], 1670) [HerbeG,LivesOD].

Herbert, George [1874], The complete works in verse and prose of George Herbert. For the first time fully collected and collated with the original and early editions and mss. and much enlarged with I. Hitherto unprinted and inedited poems and prose from the Williams mss. etc. II. Translation of the whole of the Latin and Greek verse and Latin prose. III. Memorial - introduction, essay on life and writings, and notes and illustrations. IV. In quarto, portraits on steel, and other specially - prepared illustrations and facsimiles. Edited by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart ... In three volumes [in The Fuller Worthies' Library] (: Printed for private circulation, 1874) [HerbeG,ComplWI].

Herbert, George [1892], The Poetical Works of George Herbert: Edited by the Rev. A. B. Grosart. Revised Edition (London: George Bell and Sons, 1892) [HerbeG,PoetiWO].

Herbert, Mary, Countess of Pembroke [1592], A Discourse of Life and Death. Written in French by Ph. Mornay. Antonius, A Tragoedie written also in French by Ro. Garnier. Both done in English by the Countesse of Pembroke (London: Printed for William Ponsonby, 1592) [HerbeMC,DiscoOL].

Herbert, Mary, Countess of Pembroke [1963], The psalms [1963] (In Dissertation submitted by J. C. A. Rathmell, Christ's College, Cambridge. A critical edition of the psalms of Sir Philip Sidney and the Countess of Pembroke (Cambridge: [Cambridge University Typewriting Office], [1963])) [HerbeMC,Psalm1].

Herbert, Mary, Countess of Pembroke [1977], Salzburg Studies in English Literature under the direction of Professor Erwin A. Stürzl. Elizabethan & Renaissance Studies: Editor: Dr. James Hogg: 65: The Triumph of Death and other unpublished and uncollected poems by Mary Sidney, Countess of Pembroke ... Edited by G. F. Waller (Salzburg: Institut für Englische Sprache und Literatur, 1977) [HerbeMC,SalzbSI].

Herbert, William [1806], Miscellaneous Poetry. By The Hon. W. Herbert. (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme ... by I: Gold [etc.], 1806) [HerbeW,MiscePB].

Herbert, William [1842], Works of the Hon. and Very Rev. William Herbert ... Excepting those on botany and natural history. With additions and corrections by the author (London: H. G. Bohn, 1842) [HerbeW,WorksOT].

Herrick, Robert [1915], The poetical works of Robert Herrick: Edited by F. W. Moorman (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1915) [HerriR,PoetiWO].

Heyrick, Thomas [1687], The New Atlantis. A Poem, in Three Books. With Some Reflections upon the Hind and the Panther ([London]: Printed for the Author, 1687) [HeyriT,NewAAPI].

Heyrick, Thomas [1691], Miscellany Poems. By Tho. Heyrick (Cambridge: Printed by John Hayes for the Author, And are to be sold by Francis Hicks ... And by Thomas Basset ... and Samuel Heyrick [etc.], 1691) [HeyriT,MiscePB].

Heywood, Jasper [1581], Seneca his tenne tragedies, translated into Englysh (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1581) [HeywoJ,SenecHT].

Heywood, John [1554], A balade specifienge partly the maner, partly the matter, in the most excellent meetynge and lyke mariage betwene our soueraigne Lord, and our soueraigne Lady, the Kynges and Queenes highnes, Pende by Iohn Heywod (London: Imprinted ... by Wyllyam Ryddell, [1554]) [HeywoJ,BaladSP].

Heywood, John [1556], The Spider and the Flie. A Parable of the Spider and the Flie, made by John Heywood (London: Imprinted ... by Tho. Powell, 1556) [HeywoJ,SpideAT].

Heywood, John [1557], A breefe balet touching the traytorous takynge of Scarborow Castell (London: Imprinted ... by Tho. Powell, [1557]) [HeywoJ,BreefBT].

Heywood, John [1562], John heywoodes woorkes. A dialogue conteynyng the number of the effectuall prouerbes in the Englishe tongue, compact in a matter concernynge two maner of maryages. With one hundred of Epigrammes: and three hundred of Epigrammes upon three hundred prouerbes: and a fifth hundred of Epigrammes. Whereunto are now newly added a syxt hundred of Epigrams by the sayde John Heywood (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Powell, 1562) [HeywoJ,JohnHWA].

Heywood, John [1906], [Works] ([London]: , [1906]) [HeywoJ,Works].

Heywood, John [], A Ballad against slander and detraction (London: Imprinted ... by John Allde, ) [HeywoJ,BallaAS].

Heywood, Thomas [1609], Troia Brittanica: or, Great Britaines Troy. A Poem Deuided into XVII. seuerall Cantons, intermixed with many pleasant Poeticall Tales. Concluding with an Vniuersall Chronicle from the Creation, untill these present Times. Written by Tho. Heywood (London: Printed by W. Jaggard, 1609) [HeywoT,TroiaBO].

Heywood, Thomas [1612], An Apology for Actors. Containing three briefe Treatises. 1. Their Antiquity. 2. Their ancient Dignity. 3. The true use of their quality. Written by Thomas Heywood (London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, 1612) [HeywoT,ApoloFA].

Heywood, Thomas [1613], A Marriage Trivmphe Solemnized in an Epithalamivm, In Memorie of the happie Nuptials betwixt the High and Mightie Prince Count Palatine. And the most Excellent Princesse the Lady Elizabeth. Written by Thomas Heywood (London: Printed for Edward Marchant [etc.], 1613) [HeywoT,MarriTS].

Heywood, Thomas [1613], Three Elegies on the most lamented death of Prince Henrie, The first written by Cyril Tourneur. The second written by John Webster. The third written by Tho. Heywood (London: Printed for William Welbie, 1613) [HeywoT,ThreeEO].

Heywood, Thomas [1625], A Fvneral Elegie, Vpon The Mvch Lamented Death Of The Trespuissant and vnmatchable King, King Iames, King of Great Brittaine, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith. Who to the vniuersall sorrow of the Princes his Allies, his owne Kingdomes and people, expired the 27. of March, Anno 1625. In the yeere of his reigne 23. Written by Thom. Heywood (London: Printed for Thomas Harper, 1625) [HeywoT,FvnerEV].

Heywood, Thomas [1625], Pvblii Ovidii Nasonis: De Arte Amandi: Or, The Art of Loue (London: , [c.1625]) [HeywoT,PvbliON].

Heywood, Thomas [1635], The Hierarchie of the blessed Angells. Their Names, orders and Offices; The fall of Lucifer with his Angells; Written by Thos. Heywood (London: Printed by Adam Islip, 1635) [HeywoT,HieraOT].

Heywood, Thomas [1637], Pleasant dialogves and dramma's, selected ovt of Lucian, Erasmus, Textor, Ovid, &c. With sundry Emblems extracted from the most elegant Iacobus Catsius. As also certaine Elegies, Epitaphs, and Epithalamions or Nuptiall Songs; Anagrams and Acrosticks; With Divers Speeches (upon severall occasions) spoken to their most Excellent Majesties, King Charles, and Queene Mary. With other Fancies translated from Beza, Bucanan, and sundry Italian Poets. By Tho. Heywood (London: Printed by R. O. for R. H. and are to be sold by Thomas Slater [etc.], 1637) [HeywoT,PleasDA].

Heywood, Thomas [1637], The Phoenix of these late times: Or the life of Mr. Henry Welby, Esq, who lived at his house in Grub - street forty foure yeares, and in that space, was never seene by any. Aged 84. Shewing the first occasion, and the reasons thereof. Whose Portracture, you may behold, as it was taken at his death. With Epitaphs and Elegies of the late deceased Gentleman, who lyeth buried in S. Giles Chirch neere Criple gate, London (London: Printed by N. Okes, and are to be sold by Richard Clotterbuck [etc.], 1637) [HeywoT,PhoenOT].

Heywood, Thomas [1639], The life and death of Queene Elizabeth, From the wombe to the Tombe, from her Birth to her Buriall. The Many and mighty dangers, and miraculous deliverances of the All - beloved, admired, and renowned Queene Elizabeth, of England, &c. Written in Heroicall Verse (London: Printed by Iohn Okes, 1639) [HeywoT,LifeADO].

Heywood, Thomas [1641], Reader, Here you'l plainly see Iudgement perverted By these three: A Priest, A Judge, A Patentee. Written by Thomas Heywood ([London]: , 1641) [HeywoT,ReadeHY].

Hickey, Emily Henrietta [1880], Verse - tales, Lyrics and Translations. By Emily H. Hickey (Liverpool: W. & J. Arnold, 1880) [HickeEH,VerseTL].

Hickey, Emily Henrietta [1881], A Sculptor and Other Poems. By E. H. Hickey (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1881) [HickeEH,SculpAO].

Hickey, Emily Henrietta [1891], Michael Villiers, Idealist: And Other Poems. By E. H. Hickey (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1891) [HickeEH,MichaVI].

Hickey, Emily Henrietta [1896], Poems. By Emily Hickey (London: Elkin Mathews, 1896) [HickeEH,PoemsBE].

Hickey, Emily Henrietta [1902], Our Lady of May And Other Poems: By Emily Hickey (London: The Catholic Truth Society, 1902) [HickeEH,OurLOMA].

Hickey, Emily Henrietta [1913], Later Poems. By Emily Hickey (London: Grant Richards, 1913) [HickeEH,LaterPB].

Hickey, Emily Henrietta [1922], Devotional Poems: By Emily Hickey (London: Elliot Stock, 1922) [HickeEH,DevotPB].

Hickey, Emily Henrietta [1924], Jesukin and other Christmastide Poems: By Emily Hickey (London: Burns Oates and Washbourne, 1924) [HickeEH,JesukAO].

Higden, Henry [1686], A Modern Essay On the Thirteenth Satyr of Juvenal: By Henry Higden (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1686) [HigdeH,ModerEO].

Higden, Henry [1687], A Modern Essay on the Tenth Satyr of Juvenal. By Henry Higden (London: Printed by T. M. and are to be Sold by Randal Taylor [etc.], 1687) [HigdeH,ModerEO].

Higgins, John [1946], Parts Added to The Mirror for Magistrates: By John Higgins & Thomas Blenerhasset: Edited from original texts in The Huntington Library by Lily B. Campbell (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1946) [HiggiJ,PartsAT].

Higginson, Nesta [1933], Collected Poems of Moira O'Neill (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood & Sons, 1933) [HiggiN,CollePO].

Higgons, Bevil [1688], Illustrissimi Principis Ducis Cornubiae et Comitis Palatini, &c, Genethliacon (Cambridge: Ex Officinâ Joan. Hayes, 1688) [HiggoB,IllusPD].

Higgons, Bevil [1713], A Poem on the Peace: Inscribed to the most Honble Robert, Earl of Oxford, and Earl Mortimer, Lord High - Treasurer of Great - Britain. By Bevill Higgons (London: Printed by John Barber ... and are to be Sold by John Morphew [etc.], [1713]) [HiggoB,PoemOTP].

Higgons, Bevil [1736], A Poem on Nature: In Imitation of Lucretius. To which is Added, A Description of the Foetus in the Womb, In a Letter to the late Duke of Buckinghamshire, on his Dutchess being declar'd Pregnant. By the late Bevill Higgons (London: Printed for P. Meighan ... And Sold by G. Strahan, and E. Nutt ... L. Gilliver, and F. Cogan ... Mrs. Dodd ... J. Stagg ... and J. Brindley [etc.], 1736) [HiggoB,PoemONI].

Hilarie, Hugh [1554], The resurreccion of the masse / with the wonderful vertues of the same / newly set forth vnto the greate hartes ease / ioye and comforte of all the catholykes / by Hughe Hilarie (Strasburgh in Elsas: , 1554) [HilarH,ResurOT].

Hill, Aaron [1708], The Celebrated Speeches Of Ajax and Ulysses, For The Armour Of Achilles. In the 13th Book of Ovid's Metamorph. Essay'd in English Verse By Mr. Tate ... And Aaron Hill (London: Printed for William Keble ... And Tho. Bickerton [etc.], 1708) [HillA,CelebSO].

Hill, Aaron [1743], The Fanciad. An Heroic Poem. In Six Cantos. To His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, On The Turn of His Genius to Arms (London: Printed for J. Osborn [etc.], 1743) [HillA,FanciAH].

Hill, Aaron [1749], Gideon; or, The Patriot. An Epic Poem: in twelve books. Upon a Hebrew Plan. In Honour of the Two chief Virtues of a People; Intrepidity in Foreign War: and Spirit of Domestic Liberty. With Miscellaneous Notes, and large Reflections, Upon Different Subjects: Critical, Historical, Political, Geographic, Military, and Commercial (London: Printed for A. Millar [etc.], 1749) [HillA,GideoOT].

Hill, Aaron [1753], The Works of the Late Aaron Hill ... In Four Volumes. Consisting of Letters on Various Subjects, And of Original Poems, Moral and Facetious. With An Essay on the Art of Acting (London: Printed for the Benefit of the Family, 1753) [HillA,WorksOT].

Hoccleve, Thomas [1892], Hoccleve's Works. I. The minor poems in the Phillipps Ms. 8151 (Cheltenham) and the Durham Ms. III. 9.: Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall (London; Berlin: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.; Asher & Co., 1892) [HocclT,HocclWI].

Hoccleve, Thomas [1897], Hoccleve's Works. III. The regement of princes A.D. 1411 - 12, from the Harleian MS. 4866, and fourteen of Hoccleve's minor poems from the Egerton MS. 615. Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1897) [HocclT,HocclWI].

Hoccleve, Thomas [1925], Hoccleve's Works. II. The minor poems in the Ashburnham Ms. Addit. 133. ... Edited by Sir Israel Gollancz (London: Published for The English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1925) [HocclT,HocclWI].

Hogarde [or Huggarde], Miles [1548], The Abuse of the blessed sacrament of the aultare (1548) (In The Confutation of the mishapen Aunswer to the misnamed, wicked Ballade, Called the Abuse of ye blessed Sacramet of the aultare. Wherin, thou haste (gentele Reader) the ryghte understandynge of al the places of scripture that Myles Hoggard, (wyth his learned counsail) hath wrested to make for the transubstanciacion of the bread and wyne. Compiled by Robert Crowley (London: Imprînted ... by Jhon Day and William Seres [etc.], 1548)) [HogarOH,AbuseOT].

Hogarde [or Huggarde], Miles [1550], A new treatyse in maner of a Dialoge / whiche sheweth the excellency of manes nature / in that he is made to the Image of God, and wherin it restyth / and by howe many wayes a man dothe blotte, and defyle the same Image (London: Imprynted by ... Robert Wyer [etc.], [1550?]) [HogarOH,NewTIMO].

Hogarde [or Huggarde], Miles [1554], A Treatise entitled the Path waye to the towre of perfection. Compiled by Myles Huggarde (London: Imprinted ... by Robert Caly [etc.], 1554) [HogarOH,TreatET].

Hogarde [or Huggarde], Miles [1554], A treatise declaring howe Christ by peruerse preachyng was banished out of this realme: And howe it hath pleased God to bryng Christ home againe by Mary our moost gracious Quene (London: Imprinted ... by Robert Caly [etc.], 1554) [HogarOH,TreatDH].

Hogarde [or Huggarde], Miles [1554], The assault of the sacramet of the Altar: containyng as well sixe severall assaultes made from tyme to tyme against the sayd blessed sacrament: as also the names & opinions of all the heretical captaines of the same assaultes: Written in the yere of oure Lorde 1549. by Myles Huggarde, and dedicated to the Quenes moste excellent maiestie, beyng then ladie Marie: in whych tyme (heresie then raigning) it could take no place. Now newly imprynted thys present yere (London: Imprinted ... by Robert Caly, 1554) [HogarOH,AssauOT].

Hogarde [or Huggarde], Miles [1555], A mirrour of loue, which such light doth giue, That all men may learne, howe to loue and liue. Compiled and set furth by Myles Hogarde (London: Imprinted ... by Robert Caly [etc.], 1555) [HogarOH,MirroOL].

Hogarde [or Huggarde], Miles [1557], A newe ABC paraphrasticallye applied, as the state of the worlde doeth at this day require (London: Imprinted ... by Robert Caley [etc.], 1557) [HogarOH,NeweAPA].

Hogg, James [1876], The Works of The Ettrick Shepherd. Centenary Edition. With a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev. Thomas Thomson ... Poems and Life. With Many Illustrative Engravings (London: Blackie & Son, 1876) [HoggJ,WorksOT].

Holland, Hugh [1603], Pancharis: The first Booke. Containing The Preparation of the Loue betweene Ovven Tvdyr, and the Qveene, Long since intended to her Maiden Maiestie: And now dedicated to The Invincible Iames, Second and greater Monarch of great Britaine, King of England Scotland, France, and Ireland, with the Islands adiacent (London: Printed ... by V. S. for Clement Knight, 1603) [HollaH,PanchTF].

Holland, Hugh [1605], A commendatory poem to Seianus (1605) (In Seianus His Fall. Written by Ben Ionson (London: Printed by G. Elld, for Thomas Thorpe, 1605)) [HollaH,CommePT].

Holland, Hugh [1610], Commendatory poem in Edmund Bolton, The elements of armories (1610) (In The elements of armories (London: Printed by George Eld, 1610)) [HollaH,CommePI].

Holland, Hugh [1611], Coryats Crudities: Hastily gobled up in five Moneths trauells in France, Sauer, Italy, Rhetia comonly called the Grisens country, Heluetia alias Switzerland, some parts of high Germany, and the Netherlands; Newly digested in the hungry aire of Odcombe in the county of Somerset, & now dispersed to the nourishment of the trauelling Members of this Kingdome (London: Printed by VV. S., 1611) [HollaH,CoryaCH].

Holland, Hugh [1611], Dedicatory poems to The Odcombian Banquet (1611) (In The Odcombian Banqvet: Dished foorth by Thomas the Coriat, and Serued in by a number of Noble Wits in prayse of his Crvdities and crambe too (: Imprinted for Thomas Thorp, 1611)) [HollaH,DedicPT].

Holland, Hugh [1611], On his worthy friend N. H. (In Parthenia: or The Maydenhead of the first musicke that euer was printed for the Virginalls: Composed By three famous Masters: William Byrd, Dr: John Bull, & Orlando Gibbens: Gentlemen of his Maties most Illustrious Chappell. Ingrauen by William Holt (London: Print: for M.ris Dor: Euans [etc.], [1611])) [HollaH,OnHWFNH].

Holland, Hugh [1612], A commendatory poem [1612] (In [Laugh and be fat: or A commentary upon the Odcombyan banket] (: , [1612])) [HollaH,CommeP1].

Holland, Hugh [1623], Upon William Shakespeare (1623) (In Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories & Tragedies. Published according to the True Originall Copies (London: Printed by Isaac Iaggard, and Ed. Blount, 1623)) [HollaH,UponWS1].

Holland, Hugh [1625], A Cypres Garland. For the Sacred Forehead of our late Soueraigne King Iames. By Hugh Holland (London: Printed for Simon Waterson, 1625) [HollaH,CypreGF].

Holland, Hugh [1625], To Sir T. H. Knight (1625) (In Horatius Flaccus ... Odes of Horace: The best of Lyrick Poets, Contayning much morality and sweetnesse. Selected, and Translated by Sr: T: H: (London: Imprinted ... by A: M: for Will: Lee [etc.], 1625)) [HollaH,ToSTHK1].

Holland, Richard [1897], [The Buke of the Howlat, in] Scottish Alliterative Poems; In Riming Stanzas; Edited with Introduction, Appendix, Notes, and Glossary by F. J. Amours (Edinburgh; London: [Printed for The Scottish Text Society by] William Blackwood and Sons, 1897) [HollaR,TheBOTH].

Holland, Robert [1594], The Holie Historie of Ovr Lord and Saviovr Iesus Christs natiuitie, life, actes, miracles, doctrine, death, passion, resurrection and ascension: Gathered into English meeter, and published to withdraw vaine wits from all vnsauerie and wicked rimes and fables, to some loue and liking of spirituall songs and holy Scriptures. By Robert Holland (London: Printed by George Tobie, [1594]) [HollaR,HolieHO].

Holme, Wilfrid [1572], The fall and euill successe of Rebellion from time to time: Wherein is contained matter, most meete for all estates to vewe. Written in old English verse, by VVilfride Holme (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Binneman [etc.], 1572) [HolmeW,FallAES].

Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander [1876], Poems by Edmond G. A. Holmes (London: Henry S. King & Co., 1876) [HolmeEG,PoemsBE].

Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander [1879], Poems: Second Series by Edmond G. A. Holmes (London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1879) [HolmeEG,PoemsSS].

Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander [1901], The Silence of Love. By Edmond Holmes (London; New York: John Lane, 1901) [HolmeEG,SilenOL].

Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander [1912], The Creed of My Heart and Other Poems. By Edmond Holmes (London: Constable, 1912) [HolmeEG,CreedOM].

Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander [1918], Sonnets to the Universe: By Edmond Holmes (London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1918) [HolmeEG,SonneTT].

Holmes, Edmond Gore Alexander [], The Triumph of Love. By Edmond Holmes (London; New York: John Lane, ) [HolmeEG,TriumOL].

Home, Anne [1804], A new ballad entitled and call'd The Times (London: , [1804?]) [HomeA,NewBEAC].

Home, Anne [1804], The Sports of the Genii. By Mrs. John Hunter (London: Printed for T. Payne [etc.], 1804) [HomeA,SportOT].

Home, Anne [1807], Poems, by Mrs. John Hunter. Second Edition (London: Printed for T. Payne ... by T. Bensley [etc.], 1807) [HomeA,PoemsBM].

Home, John [1757], The Seven Champions Of The stage: In imitation of Gill Morice. An excellent new old fashion'd Song All to the melancholy Tune of Gill Morice; except the 17th. 18th. and 19th. Stanzas which ought to be Sung to the merry Tune of the C---s are coming O ho! (Edinburgh: , 1757) [HomeJ,SevenCO].

Hood, Thomas [1862], The works of Thomas Hood. Comic and serious: In prose and verse. Edited, with notes, by his son (London: Edward Moxon & Co., 1862 - 1863) [HoodT,WorksOT].

Hood, Thomas [1906], The complete poetical works of Thomas Hood: Edited, with notes by Walter Jerrold (London: Henry Frowde, 1906) [HoodT,ComplPW].

Hood, Thomas [1906], The complete poetical works of Thomas Hood (London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, New York and Toronto: Henry Frowde, 1906) [HoodT,ComplPW].

Hookes, Nicholas [1653], Amanda, A Sacrifice To an Unknown Goddesse, or, A Free - Will Offering Of a loving Heart to a Sweet - Heart. By N. H. (London: Printed by T. R. and E. M. for Humphrey Tuckey [etc.], 1653) [HookeN,AmandAS].

Hopkins, Gerard Manley [1918], Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins: Now first published: Edited with notes by Robert Bridges (London: Humphrey Milford, 1918) [HopkiGM,PoemsOG].

Hopkins, John [1698], The Triumphs of Peace, or, The Glories of Nassaw. A Pindarick Poem. Occasioned by the Conclusion of the Peace between the Confederacy and France. Written at the time of His Grace the Duke of Ormond's Entrance into Dublin in Ireland, By Mr John Hopkins (London: Printed by B. Motte, 1698) [HopkiJ,TriumOP].

Hopkins, John [1698], The Victory of Death; or, The Fall of Beauty. A Visionary Pindarick - Poem, Occasion'd by the Ever to be deplor'd Death of the Right Honourable the Lady Cutts. By Mr John Hopkins (London: Printed by B. M. and are to be sold by Sam. Buckley ... and Rich. Wellington, 1698) [HopkiJ,VictoOD].

Hopkins, John [1699], Milton's Paradise Lost Imitated in Rhyme. In the Fourth, Sixth and Ninth Books; Containing The Primitive Loves. The Battel of the Angels. The Fall of Man. By Mr. John Hopkins (London: Printed for Ralph Smith [etc.], 1699) [HopkiJ,MiltoPL].

Hopkins, John [1700], Amasia, or, The Works of the Muses. A Collection of Poems. In Three Volumes. By Mr John Hopkins (London: Printed by Tho. Warren [etc.], 1700) [HopkiJ,AmasiOT].

Hopkins, John [1700], Gloria. A Poem, In Honour of Pious Majesty, Occasioned by the Safe, Happy, and Much - wish'd for Return of our Dread Soveraign Lord King William. By, Mr. Hopkins (London: Printed for H. Newman [etc.], 1700) [HopkiJ,GloriAP].

Hopper, Nora [1906], Dirge for Aoine and other poems by Nora Chesson (London: Alston Rivers, 1906) [HoppeN,DirgeFA].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1841], Poems of Chaucer Modernized (1841) (In The Poems of Geoffrey Chaucer Modernized (London: Whittaker, 1841)) [HorneRH,PoemsOC].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1846], Ballad romances by R. H. Horne (London: Charles Ollier, 1846) [HorneRH,BallaRB].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1848], Judas Iscariot: A Miracle Play. In Two Acts. With other poems. By R. H. Horne (London: C. Mitchell, 1848) [HorneRH,JudasIA].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1865], The Two Georges: A Dialogue of the Dead. By R. H. Horne ([Melbourne]: , [1865?]) [HorneRH,TwoGADO].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1867], Galatea secunda, an odaic cantata, addressed to H. R. H. Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, on his first arrival in the colony of Victoria. Written by Richard Hengist Horne ... The music composed by J. Summers (Melbourne: Printed for Private Circulation, 1867) [HorneRH,GalatSA].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1868], Parting legacy of R. H. Horne to Australia (Melbourne: George Robertson & H. T. Dwight, [1868]) [HorneRH,PartiLO].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1872], Orion: An Epic Poem in Three Books: By R. H. Horne: Ninth Edition (London: Ellis and Green, 1872) [HorneRH,OrionAE].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1872], The great peace - maker: A sub - marine dialogue. By R. H. Horne ... With a preface by the author of "Our Living poets," etc. (London: Sampson Low, Marston, Low, & Searle, 1872) [HorneRH,GreatPM].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1873], Ode to The Mikado of Japan. By R. H. Horne (London: , 1873) [HorneRH,OdeTTMO].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1875], Cosmo De' Medici: An Historical Tragedy: And Other Poems: By Richard Hengist Horne (London: George Rivers, 1875) [HorneRH,CosmoDM].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1882], [Soliloquium Fratris Rogeri Baconis, Anno Domini 1292, in] Fraser's Magazine. New Series. Vol. XXVI. From July to October 1882 (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1882) [HorneRH,SolilFR].

Horne, Richard Henry [or Hengist] [1883], The last words of Cleanthes. (Reprinted from Longman's Magazine, September 1883) (London: Spottiswoode and Co., [1883]) [HorneRH,LastWOC].

How, William Walsham [1886], Poems. By William Walsham How ... New and Enlarged Edition (London: Wells Gardner, Darton, and Co., [1886]) [HowWW,PoemsBW].

How, William Walsham [1886], Was Lost and is Found: A Tale of the London Mission of 1874. By the Right Rev. W. Walsham How (London: Wells Gardner, Darton, & Co., [1886]) [HowWW,WasLAIF].

How, William Walsham [1898], A Souvenir of the late Bishop Walsham How (London: Elliot Stock, [1898]) [HowWW,SouveOT].

Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey [1928], The Poems of Henry Howard: Earl of Surrey: Frederick Morgan Padelford: Revised Edition (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1928) [HowarHE,PoemsOH].

Howard, Philip, 1st Earl of Arundel [1606], A Foure - Fould Meditation, Of the foure last things: viz. 1. of the Houre of Death. 2. of the Day of Iudgement. 3. of the Paines of Hell. 4. of the Ioyes of Heauen. Shewing the estate of the Elect and Reprobate: Composed in a diuine poeme by R. S. (London: Imprinted by G. Eld: for Francis Burton, 1606) [HowarP1,FoureFM].

Howard, Philip, 1st Earl of Arundel [1868], [In the wrackes of Walsingham, in] Bishop Percy's Folio Manuscript. Ballads and Romances. Edited by John W. Hales ... and Frederick J. Furnivall ... (assisted by Prof. Child ... W. Chappell ... &c.) (London: N. Trübner & Co., 1868) [HowarP1,InTWOWI].

Howard, Robert [1630], A Sacred Poeme Describing the Miraculous Life and Death of the Glorious Convert S. Marie of Aegipt who passed fortie seaven yeares in the desarts leading a penitentiall life to the astonishment of all succeeding ages ([London]: [Doway, Widowe of M. Wyon], [1630?]) [HowarR,SacrePD].

Howell, James [1644], &grD;&grE;&grN;&grD;&grR;&grO;&grL;&grO;&grG;&grI;&grA;: Dodonas Grove, or the Vocall Forrest. The Second Edition more exact and perfect than the former, with an Addition of two other Tracts: viz. Parables, reflecting upon the Times. And England's Teares for the present VVarres. By J. H. (: , 1644) [HowelJ,GrdgrDG].

Howell, James [1651], The Vision: or A Dialog between the Soul and the Bodie. Fancied in a Morning - Dream (London: Printed for William Hope [etc.], 1651) [HowelJ,VisioOA].

Howell, James [1654], Some of Mr Howel's minor works, Reflecting upon the Times: Upon Emergent Occasions ([London]: , 1654) [HowelJ,SomeOMH].

Howell, James [1655], A New Volume of Familiar Letters, Partly Philosophical, Political, Historical, The Third Edition, with Additions. By James Hovvell (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1655) [HowelJ,NewVOFL].

Howell, James [1663], Poems On several Choice and Various Subjects. Occasionally Composed By An Eminent Author. Collected and Published by Sergeant - Major P. F. (London: Printed by Ja: Cottrel; and are to be sold by S. Speed [etc.], 1663) [HowelJ,PoemsOS].

Howell, Thomas [1568], Newe Sonets, and pretie Pamphlets. Written by Thomas Howell. Newly augmented, corrected and amended (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Colwell, [1568]) [HowelT,NeweSAP].

Howell, Thomas [1568], The Arbor of Amitie, wherin is comprised pleasant Poëms and pretie Poesies, set foorth by Thomas Howell (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Denham [etc.], 1568) [HowelT,ArborOA].

Howell, Thomas [1581], H. His Deuises, for his owne exercise, and his Friends pleasure (London: Imprinted ... by H. Iackson, 1581) [HowelT,HHDFHOE].

Howitt, Mary [1823], The Forest Minstrel, and Other Poems. By William and Mary Howitt (London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1823) [HowitM,ForesMA].

Howitt, Mary [1827], The Desolation of Eyam: The Emigrant, a Tale of the American Woods: and other poems. By William and Mary Howitt (London: Wightman and Cramp, 1827) [HowitM,DesolOE].

Howitt, Mary [1834], Sketches of Natural History. By Mary Howitt (London: Effingham Wilson, 1834) [HowitM,SketcON].

Howitt, Mary [1838], Birds and flowers and other country things by Mary Howitt ([London]: J. Green & Co., [1838]) [HowitM,BirdsAF].

Howitt, Mary [1839], Hymns and Fire - side Verses: By Mary Howitt (London: Darton and Clark, 1839) [HowitM,HymnsAF].

Howitt, Mary [1847], Ballads and Other Poems. By Mary Howitt (London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1847) [HowitM,BallaAO].

Howitt, Mary [1859], Marien's Pilgrimage, A Fire - side Story: And Other Poems. By Mary Howitt (London: Darton and Co., [1859]) [HowitM,MariePA].

Howitt, Mary [1865], Tales in Verse for Young People: By Mary Howitt: New Edition (London; Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers, 1865) [HowitM,TalesIV].

Hoyland, Francis [1763], Poems and Translations by Francis Hoyland (London; York: Printed for W. Bristow; and C. Etherington, 1763) [HoylaF,PoemsAT].

Hoyland, Francis [1769], Poems By The Reverend Mr. Hoyland (Strawberry Hill: , 1769) [HoylaF,PoemsBT].

Hoyland, Francis [1783], Odes. By the Rev. F. Hoyland (Edinburgh: Printed for C. Elliot [etc.], 1783) [HoylaF,OdesBTR].

Hubert, Sir Francis [1629], The Historie of Edward the Second. Surnamed Carnarvan, one of our English Kings. Together with the Fatall down - fall of his two vnfortunate Favorites Gaveston and Spencer. Now Published by the Author thereof, according to the true Originall Copie, and purged from those foule Errors and Corruptions, wherewith that spurious and surreptitious Peece, which lately came forth vnder the same Tytle, was too much defiled, and deformed. With the Addition of some other Observations both of vse and Ornament. By F. H. (London: Printed by B. A. and T. F. for L. Chapman [etc.], 1629) [HuberSF,HistoOE].

Hubert, Sir Francis [1631], Egypts Favourite. The Historie of Joseph, divided into four parts: Together with old Israels Progresse into the Land of Goshen. By Francis Hubert (London: Printed by A. M. for L. Chapman [etc.], 1631) [HuberSF,EgyptFT].

Huddesford, George [1778], The Second Part of Warley: A Satire. Containing A curious Detail of the Operations of the Grand Army during the Royal Review: And Interspersed with a Variety of Fresh Characters Addressed To the First Artist in Europe (London: Printed for D. Brown [etc.], 1778) [HuddeG,SeconPO].

Huddesford, George [1778], Warley: A Satire. Addressed To the First - Artist in Europe. Part the First. (London: Printed for D. Brown [etc.], 1778) [HuddeG,WarleAS].

Huddesford, George [1801], The poems of George Huddesford ... now first collected. Including Salmagundi, Topsy - Turvy, Bubble and Squeak, and Crambe Repetita. With corrections, and original additions (London: Printed for J. Wright ... By W. Bulmer and Co. [etc.], 1801) [HuddeG,PoemsOG].

Huddesford, George [1802], The Scum uppermost when the Middlesex Porridge - Pot Boils Over! An heroic election ballad with explanatory notes. Accompanied with an admonitory nod to a blind horse (London: Printed for the author [etc.], 1802) [HuddeG,ScumUWT].

Huddesford, George [1803], Bonaparte; An heroic ballad: With a sermon in its belly, which that renowned warrior and most reverend theologian preached at his visitation of the good people of Egypt: With explanatory notes: By the editor of Salmagundi (London: Printed for J. Hatchard [etc.], 1803) [HuddeG,BonapAH].

Huddesford, George [1804], The Wiccamical Chaplet (1804) (In The Wiccamical Chaplet, a selection of original poetry; comprising smaller poems, serious and comic; classical trifles; sonnets; inscriptions and epitaphs; songs and ballads; mock - heroics, epigrams, fragments, &c. &c. Edited by George Huddesford (London: Printed for Leigh, Sotheby and Son ... by T. Burton [etc.], 1804)) [HuddeG,WiccaC1].

Huddesford, George [1804], Wood and stone, or a dialogue between a wooden duke and a stone lion ([London]: Wilks and Taylor [etc.], [1804?]) [HuddeG,WoodASO].

Huddesford, George [1805], Les champignons du diable; or, Imperial mushrooms: A mock - heroic poem, in five cantos: Including a Conference between the Pope and the Devil, on his Holiness's visit to Paris: illustrated with notes. By the editor of "Salmagundi," and "The Wiccamical Chaplet," &c. &c. (London: Printed for J. Ginger [etc.], 1805) [HuddeG,LesCDDO].

Hudson, Thomas [1584], The Historie of Ivdith in Forme of a Poeme. Penned in French, by the Noble Poet, G. Salust. Lord of Bartas. Englished by Tho. Hudson (Edinburgh: Imprinted ... by Thomas Vautroullier, 1584) [HudsoT,HistoOI].

Hugh of Leicester [1864], [Hugh of Leicester, in] Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England; Collected and edited, with introductions and notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt (London: John Russell Smith, 1864) [HughOL,HughOLI].

Hughes, Jabez [1723], The Rape of Proserpine, From Claudian. In Three Books. With the Episode of Sextus and Erichtho, From Lucan's Pharsalia, Book VI. Translated by Mr. Jabez Hughes. The Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarg'd with Notes (London: Printed for J. Watts; And Sold by W. Meres, 1723) [HugheJ,RapeOPF].

Hughes, Jabez [1737], Miscellanies in Verse and Prose. By Mr. Jabez Hughes (London: Printed by John Watts, 1737) [HugheJ,MisceIV].

Hughes, John [1735], Poems on Several Occasions (1735) (In Poems on Several Occasions. With some Select Essays in Prose. In Two Volumes. By John Hughes; Adorn'd with Sculptures (London: Printed for J. Tonson and J. Watts, 1735)) [HugheJ,PoemsOS].

Hughes, John [1772], Letters, by Several Eminent Persons Deceased. Including the Correspondence of John Hughes ... and Several of his Friends, Published from the Originals, with Notes Explanatory and Historical (London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1772) [HugheJ,LetteBS].

Hume, Alexander [1902], The poems of Alexander Hume ... Edited from the text of Waldegrave (1599) with notes, appendices, and glossary by Alexander Lawson (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood and Sons, 1902) [HumeA,PoemsOA].

Hume, Anna [1644], The triumphs of love: chastity: death: translated out of Petrarch. By Mris Anna Hume (Edinburgh: Printed by Evan Tyler [etc.], 1644) [HumeA,TriumOL].

Hume, Sir Patrick, of Polwart [1895], [The Promine, in] Early Popular Poetry of Scotland and the Northern Border. Edited by David Laing in 1822 and 1826: Re - arranged and revised with additions and a glossary by W. Carew Hazlitt (London: Reeves and Turner, 1895) [HumeSPO,ThePIEP].

Humphreys, Cecil Frances [1848], The Lord of the Forest and his Vassals. An Allegory (London: Ioseph Masters, 1848) [HumphCF,LordOTF].

Humphreys, Cecil Frances [1859], The Legend of the Golden Prayers and other poems. By C. F. Alexander (London: Bell and Daldy, 1859) [HumphCF,LegenOT].

Humphreys, Cecil Frances [1882], Moral songs. By Mrs C. F. Alexander ... Fourteenth edition (London: J. Masters & Co., 1882) [HumphCF,MoralSB].

Humphreys, Cecil Frances [1888], Poems on Subjects in the Old Testament. By Mrs C. F. Alexander ... Third Edition (London: J. Masters and Co., 1888) [HumphCF,PoemsOS].

Humphreys, Cecil Frances [1888], [The Guardian Angel, in] The Baron's Little Daughter, and other tales, in prose and verse. By Mrs. C. F. Alexander ... Sixth edition (London: J. Masters and Co., 1888) [HumphCF,TheGAIT].

Humphreys, Cecil Frances [1896], Poems by Cecil Frances Alexander: Edited, with a preface, by William Alexander (London; New York: Macmillan, 1896) [HumphCF,PoemsBC].

Hunnis, William [1550], Certayne Psalmes chosen out of the Psalter of David, and drawen furth into Englysh meter by William Hunnis (London: Imprinted ... by Jhon Hertforde, for Jhon Harrington [etc.], 1550) [HunniW,CertaPC].

Hunnis, William [1578], A Hyve Fvll of Hunnye: Contayning the Firste Booke of Moses, called Genesis. Tvrned into English Meetre, by VViliam Hunnis (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marsh, 1578) [HunniW,HyveFOH].

Hunnis, William [1595], Hvnnies Recreations: Conteining foure godlie and compedious discourses, Intuitled Adams Banishment. Christ his Crib. The lost Sheepe. The complaint of old Age. Whereunto is newly adioyned these two notable and pithie Treatises: The Creation or first Weeke. The life and death of Ioseph. Compiled by William Hunnis ([London]: Printed by P. S. for W. Iaggard [etc.], 1595) [HunniW,HvnniRC].

Hunnis, William [1597], Seuen Sobs of a Sorrowful Soule for Sinne: Comprehending those seuen Psalmes of the Princelie Prophet David, commonlie called Poenitentiall; framed into a forme of familiar praiers, and reduced into meeter by William Hunnis ... Whereunto are also annexed his Handful of Honisuckles; the Poore Widowes Mite; a Dialog between Christ and a sinner; diuers godlie and pithie ditties, with a Christian confession of and to the Trinitie; newly printed and augmented ([London]: , 1597) [HunniW,SeuenSO].

Hunt, James Henry Leigh [1803], Juvenilia; or, A collection of poems. Written between the ages of twelve and seventeen, by J. H. L. Hunt ... Fourth Edition (London: Printed by J. Whiting [etc.], 1803) [HuntJHL,JuvenOA].

Hunt, James Henry Leigh [1819], The Poetical Works of Leigh Hunt (London: Charles and James Ollier, 1819) [HuntJHL,PoetiWO].

Hunt, James Henry Leigh [1823], Ultra - Crepidarius; A satire on William Gifford. By Leigh Hunt (London: John Hunt, 1823) [HuntJHL,UltraCA].

Hunt, James Henry Leigh [1855], Stories in Verse. By Leigh Hunt. Now First Collected. With Illustrations (London; New York: Geo. Routledge & Co., 1855) [HuntJHL,StoriIV].

Hunt, James Henry Leigh [1860], The poetical works of Leigh Hunt. Now finally collected, revised by himself, and edited by his son, Thornton Hunt. With illustrations by Corbould (London; New York: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1860) [HuntJHL,PoetiWO].

Hurdis, James [1790], Poems by the author of The Village Curate, and Adriano (London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1790) [HurdiJ,PoemsBT].

Hurdis, James [1795], A poem, written towards the close of the year 1794, upon a prospect of the marriage of the Prince of Wales. By the Rev. J. Hurdis (London: Printed for J. Johnson [etc.], 1795) [HurdiJ,PoemWTT].

Hurdis, James [1808], Poems: By the Rev. James Hurdis ... In Three Volumes (Oxford: At the University Press for J. Parker; Messrs. Rivington ... and Messrs. Longman and Co. [etc.], 1808) [HurdiJ,PoemsBT].

Hurdis, James [1810], The favourite village, with an additional poem, (now first published) and a tragedy. By the Rev. James Hurdis (London: Printed by C. Whittingham ... for Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe ... Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme ... Sharpe and Hailes ... and Taylor and Hessey, 1810) [HurdiJ,FavouVW].

Hurdis, James [1810], The village curate, and other poems; including some pieces now first published. By the Rev. James Hurdis (London: Printed by C. Whittingham ... for John Sharpe [etc.], 1810) [HurdiJ,VillaCA].

Hutton, Henry [1619], Follies Anatomie: or Satyres and Satyricall Epigrams. With a compendious History of Ixion's Wheele. Compiled by Henry Hutton (London: Printed for Mathew Walbanke [etc.], 1619) [HuttoH,FolliAO].

Hyslop, James [1887], Poems by James Hyslop ... With a Sketch of his Life, and Notes on his Poems, By the Rev. Peter Mearns (Glasgow: C. L. Wright, 1887) [HysloJ,PoemsBJ].

Image of Hypocrisy, The [1868], [The Image of Ypocresye, in] Ballads from Manuscripts ... Ballads on the condition of England in Henry VIII's and Edward VI's reigns, (including the state of the clergy, monks and friars,) on Wolsey, Anne Boleyn, Somerset, and Lady Jane Grey; With Wynkyn de Worde's Treatise of a Galaunt (AB.1520 A.D.): Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall (London: Printed for The Ballad Society, by Taylor And Co., 1868 - 1872) [ImageOH,TheIOYI].

Image, Selwyn [1932], The Poems of Selwyn Image (London: Elkin Mathews & Marrot, 1932) [ImageS,PoemsOS].

Inchbold, John William [1876], Annus Amoris. By J. W. Inchbold (London: Henry S. King, 1876) [InchbJW,AnnusAB].

Ingelow, Jean [1850], A Rhyming Chronicle of Incidents and Feelings: Edited by Edward Harston (London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1850) [IngelJ,RhymiCO].

Ingelow, Jean [1865], Home thoughts and home scenes. In original poems by Jean Ingelow, Dora Greenwell, Mrs. Tom Taylor, the Hon. Mrs Norton, Amelia B. Edwards, Jennett Humphreys, and the author of "John Halifax Gentleman." And pictures by A. B. Houghton, engraved by The Brother Dalziel (London: Routledge, Warne and Routledge, 1865) [IngelJ,HomeTAH].

Ingelow, Jean [1869], Mopsa the Fairy: By Jean Ingelow (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1869) [IngelJ,MopsaTF].

Ingelow, Jean [1878], One Hundred Holy Songs, Carols, and Sacred Ballads. Original, and suitable for music (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1878) [IngelJ,OneHHSC].

Ingelow, Jean [1885], Poems By Jean Ingelow: Third Series (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1885) [IngelJ,PoemsBJ].

Ingelow, Jean [1885], Poems of the Old Days and the New. By Jean Ingelow (Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1885) [IngelJ,PoemsOT].

Ingelow, Jean [1888], Poems by Jean Ingelow (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1888) [IngelJ,PoemsBJ].

Ingelow, Jean [1895], Series of original dramas, dialogues & readings adapted for amateur entertainments: Annie's holiday. A little comedy. Poem -- The Old Man's Prayer (Manchester: Abel Heywood & Son, [1895]) [IngelJ,SerieOO].

Ingram, John Kells [1900], Sonnets and Other Poems. By John K. Ingram (London: Adam and Charles Black, 1900) [IngraJK,SonneAO].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1801], Ballads in Imitation of the Antient. By W. H. Ireland (London: Printed for T. N. Longman and O. Rees ... by Biggs and Cottle [etc.], 1801) [IrelaSW,BallaII].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1802], A Ballade wrotten on the Feastynge and Merrimentes of Easter Maunday, Laste Paste, whereinn is Dysplayed, the Noble Prince's Comynge to Sayde Revelerie att Mansyonne Howse; as allso the Dudgeon of Masterr Mayre and Sherrives, togeder with Other Straunge Drolleries Enactedd Thereupponn. By Paul Persius, a Learnedd Clerke and Monke of the Broderhoode of the Blacke Fryers, London (London: Printed by D. N. Shury ... and Sold by R. Bent ... and J. Ginger [etc.], 1802) [IrelaSW,BallaWO].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1803], Rhapsodies, By W. H. Ireland (London: Printed by D. N. Shury ... And Sold by Longman and Rees [etc.], 1803) [IrelaSW,RhapsBW].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1807], All The Blocks! or, An Antidote to `All The Talents.' Satirical Poem. In Three Dialogues. By Flagellum (London: Mathews and Leigh, 1807) [IrelaSW,AllTBOA].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1807], Stultifera Navis; or, The Modern Ship of Fools (London: Printed by William Savage ... for William Miller, 1807) [IrelaSW,StultNO].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1808], Effusions of Love from Chatelar to Mary, Queen of Scotland. Translated from a Gallic Manuscript, in the Scotch College at Paris. Interspersed with songs, sonnets, and notes explanatory, by the translator. To which is added, historical fragments, poetry, and remains of the amours, of that unfortunate Princess (London: Printed for B. Crosby and Co. [etc.], 1808) [IrelaSW,EffusOL].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1808], The Fisher Boy. A Poem Comprising his Several Avocations, during the four Seasons of the Year ... By H. C. (London: Printed for Vernor, Hood, & Sharpe [etc.], 1808) [IrelaSW,FisheBA].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1812], Neglected Genius. A Poem. Illustrating the Untimely And Unfortunate Fate Of Many British Poets; From the Period of Henry the Eighth to the Aera of the Unfortunate Chatterton. Containing Imitations of their Different Styles, &c. &c. By W. H. Ireland (London: Printed by W. Wilson ... For George Cowrie And Co. ... and Sherwood, Neely, And Jones [etc.], 1812) [IrelaSW,NegleGA].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1814], Chalcographimania; or, the Portrait - Collector and Printseller's Chronicle, with Infatuations of euery Description. A humorous poem in four books. With copious notes explanatory. By Satiricus Sculptor (London: Printed for R. S. Kirby [etc.], 1814) [IrelaSW,ChalcOT].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1814], Jack Junk or a cruize on shore: A Humorous Poem by the Author of the Sailor Boy ([London]: , [1814]) [IrelaSW,JackJOA].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1815], Scribbleomania; Or, The Printer's Devil's Polichronicon. A Sublime Poem. Edited by Anser Pen - drag - on (London: Printed for Sherwood, Neeley, and Jones [etc.], 1815) [IrelaSW,ScribOT].

Ireland, Samuel William Henry [1822], The Sailor - Boy. A Poem In Four Cantos: Illustrative of the Navy of Great Britain. By W. H. Ireland. Second Edition (London: Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, 1822) [IrelaSW,SailoBA].

J. C., fl.1595 [1613], Alcilia. Philoparthens louing Folly. Wherevnto Js Added Pigmalions Image. With The Loue of Amos and Lavra. And also Epigrammes by Sir I. H. and others. Neuer before imprinted (London: Printed for Richard Hawkins [etc.], 1613) [JCF,AlcilPL].

J. C., fl.1603 [1603], Saint Marie Magdalens Conversion (: , [1603]) [JCF,SaintMM].

J. C., gent. [1579], A poore Knight his Pallace of priuate pleasures. Gallantly garnished, with goodly Galleries of strang inuentios and prudently polished, with sundry pleasant Posies, & other fine fancies of dainty deuices, and rare delightes. Written by a student in Cabridge. And published by I. C. Gent (London: Imprinted ... by Richarde Jones [etc.], 1579) [JCG,PooreKH].

J. G. E. [John Egerton?] [1600], Englands Hope, Against Irish Hate (London: Printed by VV. VV. for Thomas Heyes, 1600) [JGEJE,EnglaHA].

J. T. [1594], An Ovld Facioned Love. Or a loue of the Ould facion. By I. T. gent. (London: Printed by P. S. for William Mattes [etc.], 1594) [JT,OvldFLO].

Jacob and his Sons [1570], Thy story of Jacoby and his twelue sones (London: Imprinted ... by Wynkyn de Worde, [1570?]) [JacobAH,ThySOJA].

Jacob, Hildebrand [1721], The peeper: being a sequel to the Curious Maid (London: Printed for Thomas Edlin [etc.], 1721) [JacobH,PeepeBA].

Jacob, Hildebrand [1726], The Members to their Soveraign ... By the Author of the Curious Maid ([Dublin]: , 1726) [JacobH,MembeTT].

Jacob, Hildebrand [1735], Brutus the Trojan; Founder of the British Empire. An Epic poem. Written by Hildebrand Jacob (London: Printed for William Lewis [etc.], 1735) [JacobH,BrutuTT].

Jacob, Hildebrand [1735], The Works of Hildebrand Jacob ... Containing Poems on Various Subjects, and Occasions; With the Fatal Constancy, a Tragedy; and Several Pieces in Prose. The Greatest Part Never Before Publish'd (London: Printed for W. Lewis [etc.], 1735) [JacobH,WorksOH].

Jacob, Hildebrand [1737], Donna Clara to her Daughter Teresa: an Epistle Occasioned by a Genuine Letter to a young Spanish Lady, from her Mother, who had been long confined to a Convent thro' the Discovery of her Intrigue with a Sicilian Count. Written by H. Jacob (London: Printed for W. Lewis [etc.], 1737) [JacobH,DonnaCT].

Jacob, Hildebrand [1737], The progress of religion: a poem. Written by Hildebrand Jacob (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1737) [JacobH,ProgrOR].

Jacob, Hildebrand [1737], The unequal match: A tale. By the Author of the Curious Maid. The Second Edition (London: Printed for W. Lewis [etc.], 1737) [JacobH,UnequMA].

Jago, Richard [1784], Poems, moral and descriptive. By the late Richard Jago ... (Prepared for the press, and improved by the author, before his death.) To which is added, some account of the life and writings of Mr. Jago (London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1784) [JagoR,PoemsMA].

James I, King of Scotland [1884], The Kingis Quair: Together with a Ballad of Good Counsel: By King James I. of Scotland. Edited by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (Edinburgh; London: Published for The Scottish Text Society by William Blackwood and Sons, 1884) [JamesIK,KingiQT].

James VI, King of Scotland [1947], The Poems of James VI. of Scotland: Edited by James Craigie (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1947 - 1958) [JamesVK,PoemsOJ].

Jeffreys, George [1754], Miscellanies, in Verse and Prose. By George Jeffreys (London: Printed for the Author, 1754) [JeffrG,MisceIV].

Jemmat, Catherine [1762], The Memoirs of Mrs. Catherine Jemmat, daughter of The late Admiral Yeo, of Plymouth, Written by Herself (London: Printed by Subscription, for Mrs. Jemmat, at Mr. Walker's [etc.], 1762) [JemmaC,MemoiOM].

Jemmat, Catherine [1766], Miscellanies in Prose and Verse. By Mrs. Catherine Jemmat (London: Printed for the Author, 1766) [JemmaC,MisceIP].

Jenkyn, Pathericke [1661], Amorea, The Lost Lover. Or The Idea of Love and Misfortune. Being Poems, Sonets, Songs, Odes, Pastoral, Elegies, Lyrick Poems, and Epigrams. Never before printed. Written by Pathericke Jenkin (London: Printed for William Leake [etc.], 1661) [JenkyP,AmoreTL].

Jenny, Thomas [1568], A Discovrs Of The Present Troobles In Fravnce, And Miseries Of This Tyme, Compyled By Peter Ronsard Gentilman Of Vandome, And Dedicated Vnto The Qvene Mother, Translated In To English By Thomas Ieney (Andwerpe: , 1568) [JennyT,DiscoOT].

Jenny, Thomas [1891], [Maister Randolphe Phantasey, in] Satirical poems of the time of The Reformation. Edited by James Cranstoun (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood and Sons, 1891) [JennyT,MaistRP].

Jenynges, Edward [1574], The Notable Hystory of two faithfull Louers named Alfagus and Archelaus. Whearein is declared the true fygure of Amytie and Freyndshyp. Much pleasaunte and delectable to the Reader. Translated into English meeter by Edwarde Ienynges. With a Preface or Definytion of Freyndshyppe to the same (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Colwell, 1574) [JenynE,NotabHO].

Jenyns, Soame [1790], The Works of Soame Jenyns ... In Four Volumes. Including Several Pieces Never Before Published. To Which are Prefixed, Short Sketches of the History of the Author's Family, and also of his Life; By Charles Nalson Cole (London: Printed for T. Cadell [etc.], 1790) [JenynS,WorksOS].

Jerningham, Edward [1761], Andromache to Pyrrhus. An heroick epistle (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley [etc.], 1761) [JerniE,AndroTP].

Jerningham, Edward [1762], An elegy written among the Tombs in Westminster Abbey (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley [etc.], 1762) [JerniE,ElegyWA].

Jerningham, Edward [1765], An elegy written among the ruins of an abbey. By the author of the Nun (London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1765) [JerniE,ElegyWA].

Jerningham, Edward [1768], Amabella, a Poem (London: Printed for J. Robson [etc.], 1768) [JerniE,AmabeAP].

Jerningham, Edward [1773], Faldoni and Teresa. By Mr. Jerningham (London: Printed for J. Robson [etc.], 1773) [JerniE,FaldoAT].

Jerningham, Edward [1776], The fall of Mexico, a poem. By Mr. Jerningham. A new edition (London: Printed by Scott, for J. Robson [etc.], 1776) [JerniE,FallOMA].

Jerningham, Edward [1790], Lines on a late resignation at the Royal Academy (London: Printed for J. Robson [etc.], 1790) [JerniE,LinesOA].

Jerningham, Edward [1792], Stone Henge. A poem, inscribed to Edward Jerningham (Norwich: Printed by J. Crouse and W. Stevenson, for J. Robson [etc.], 1792) [JerniE,StoneHA].

Jerningham, Edward [1806], Poems and Plays, by Mr. Jerningham. In Four Volumes ... The Ninth Edition (London: Printed by Luke Hansard for Nornaville and Fell [etc.], 1806) [JerniE,PoemsAP].

Jerningham, Edward [1812], The old bard's farewell: a poem. The second edition, with additional passages (London: Printed for W. Clarke [etc.], 1812) [JerniE,OldBFAP].

John of Capistrano [1515], [Capystranus: a metrical romance] ([London]: [Wynkyn de Worde?], [c.1515]) [JohnOC,CapysAM].

Johnson, Lionel Pigot [1885], Sir Walter Raleigh in the Tower (Chester: Phillipson and Golder, [1885]) [JohnsLP,SirWRIT].

Johnson, Lionel Pigot [1915], Poetical Works of Lionel Johnson (London: Elkin Mathews, 1915) [JohnsLP,PoetiWO].

Johnson, Richard [1591], Musarum plangores: Vpon the death of the right Honourable, Sir Christopher Hatton, Knight, &c. ([London]: , [1591]) [JohnsR,MusarPV].

Johnson, Richard [1592], The nine Worthies of London Explayning the honourable exercise of Armes, the uertues of the valiant, and the memorable attempts of magnanimious minds. Pleasant for Gentlemen, not vnseemly for Magistrates, and most profitable for Prentises. Compiled by Richard Iohnson (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Orwin for Humfrey Lownes [etc.], 1592) [JohnsR,NineWOL].

Johnson, Richard [1607], The Pleasant Walkes of Moore - fields, Being the guift of two Sisters, now beautified, to the continuing fame of this worthy Citty (London: Printed ... for Henry Gosson [etc.], 1607) [JohnsR,PleasWO].

Johnson, Richard [1612], A Crovvne - Garland of Govlden Roses. Gathered out of Englands royall garden. Being the liues and strange fortunes of many great personages of this Land. Set forth in many pleasant new songs and sonetts neuer before imprinted. By Richard Iohnson (London: Printed by G. Eld for Iohn Wright [etc.], 1612) [JohnsR,CrovvGO].

Johnson, Richard [1620], The golden Garland of Princely pleasures and delicate Delights. Wherein is conteined the Histories of many of the Kings, Queenes, Princes, Lords, Ladies, Knights and Gentlewomen of this Kingdome. Being most pleasant Songs and Sonnets to sundry new Tunes now most in vse. The third time Imprinted, enlarged and corrected by Rich. Iohnson. Deuided into two Parts (London: Printed ... by A. M. for Thomas Langley [etc.], 1620) [JohnsR,GoldeGO].

Johnson, William [1859], A Complete Collection of the English Poems which have obtained the Chancellor's Gold Medal in the University of Cambridge (Cambridge; London: Macmillan and Co., 1859) [JohnsW,ComplCO].

Johnson, William [1891], Ionica. By William Cory (London; Orpington: George Allen, 1891) [JohnsW,IonicBW].

Jones, Ebenezer [1843], Studies of Sensation and Event; Poems, by Ebenezer Jones (London: Charles Fox, 1843) [JonesE,StudiOS].

Jones, Ebenezer [1879], Studies of Sensation and Event: Poems: By Ebenezer Jones. Edited, Prefaced and Annotated by Richard Herne Shepherd with Memorial Notices of the Author by Sumner Jones and William James Linton (London: Pickering and Co., 1879) [JonesE,StudiOS].

Jones, Ernest Charles [1830], Infantine effusions. By Ernest Charles Jones, written by him, between the eighth and tenth years of his age (Hamburg: Printed by F. H. Nestler, 1830) [JonesEC,InfanEB].

Jones, Ernest Charles [1855], The Battle - Day and Other Poems. By Ernest Jones (London; New York: G. Routledge, 1855) [JonesEC,BattlDA].

Jones, Ernest Charles [1856], Songs of Democracy. By Ernest Jones ([London]: , [1856]) [JonesEC,SongsOD].

Jones, Ernest Charles [1856], The Emperor's Vigil, and The Waves And The War. By Ernest Jones (London: G. Routledge, 1856) [JonesEC,EmperVA].

Jones, Ernest Charles [1856], The Song of the Lower Classes. A Song of Cromwell's Time. By Ernest Jones ([London]: , [1856]) [JonesEC,SongOTL].

Jones, Ernest Charles [1857], The Revolt of Hindostan; or, The New World, A Poem, By Ernest Jones (London: Effingham Wilson, 1857) [JonesEC,RevolOH].

Jones, Ernest Charles [1860], Corayda: A Tale of Faith and Chivalry and Other Poems. By Ernest Jones (London: W. Kent, 1860) [JonesEC,CorayAT].

Jones, Henry [1749], Poems on Several Occasions. By Henry Jones (Dublin: Printed by and for S. Powell [etc.], 1749) [JonesH,PoemsOS].

Jones, Henry [1751], An epistle to the Right Honourable The Earl of Orrery, Occasion'd by reading his Lordship's Translation of Pliny's Epistles. By Henry Jones (London: Printed for William Owen, [etc.], 1751) [JonesH,EpistTT].

Jones, Henry [1751], Fortitude, a poem, Inscribed to Colley Cibber, Esq; by Henry Jones. With An introductory essay (As Publish'd in the London Daily Advertiser, or Literary Gazette.) Written by The inspector (Dublin: Printed by James Esdall, 1751) [JonesH,FortiAP].

Jones, Henry [1753], Merit. A poem: inscribed to the Right Honourable Philip Earl of Chesterfield. By Mr. Henry Jones, Author of the Earl of Essex (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley [etc.], 1753) [JonesH,MeritAP].

Jones, Henry [1754], The Relief; or, Day Thoughts: A Poem. Occasioned by the Complaint, or Night Thoughts (London: Printed for J. Robinson, 1754) [JonesH,RelieOD].

Jones, Henry [1754], Verses to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, On the Death of the Right Honourable Henry Pelham. By Henry Jones (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley, and sold by M. Cooper, 1754) [JonesH,VerseTH].

Jones, Henry [1755], The Invention of Letters, and the Utility of the Press. By Henry Jones (Dublin: Printed before the Company of Stationers [etc.], 1755) [JonesH,InvenOL].

Jones, Henry [1758], The Patriot Enterprize: Or An Address to Britain. A Poem. Inscribed to the Right Hon. William Pitt, &c. &c. By Mr. Jones ... To which is added, the Prussian Campaign, A Poem. Celebrating The Atchievements of Frederick the Great, in the Years 1756 - 57. By William Dobson (London; Dublin: Re - printed for William Whitestone [etc.], 1758) [JonesH,PatriEO].

Jones, Henry [1763], The Royal Vision: In an Ode to Peace. By Henry Jones (Dublin: Printed for William Watson [etc.], 1763) [JonesH,RoyalVI].

Jones, Henry [1767], Kew Garden. A poem. In Two Cantos. By Henry Jones (London: Printed by J. Browne [etc.], 1767) [JonesH,KewGAPI].

Jones, Henry [1769], Shrewsbury quarry, &c. A poem. By Henry Jones (Shrewsbury; London: Printed by J. Eddowes [etc.]; T. Longman ... J. Dodsley [etc.], 1769) [JonesH,ShrewQA].

Jones, Henry [1778], Clifton: A Poem. In Two Cantos. Including Bristol and all its Environs. By the late Henry Jones ... To Which is Added, An Ode to Shakespear, In Honor of the Jubilee. Written by the Same Author. Second Edition (Bristol: Printed and Sold by T. Cocking [etc.], 1778) [JonesH,CliftAP].

Jones, Henry [1782], The Isle of Wight, a poem, In three cantos (Isle of Wight: Printed by J. Mallett [etc.], 1782) [JonesH,IsleOWA].

Jones, Sir William [1796], An Ode by Sir William Jones ([London]: , [1796]) [JonesSW,OdeBSWJ].

Jones, Sir William [1810], The poetical works of Sir William Jones. With the life of the author ... in two volumes (London: Printed for J. Nichols and Son; R. Baldwin [etc.], 1810) [JonesSW,PoetiWO].

Jones, Sir William [1828], The Works of Samuel Parr ... with Memoirs of his Life and Writings, and a Selection from his Correspondence, by John Johnstone ... In eight volumes (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1828) [JonesSW,WorksOS].

Jones, Sir William [1881], The Hindu wife and the hymns: By Sir William Jones ... Second edition (Calcutta: Printed by J. Ghose at the Ghose Press, 1881) [JonesSW,HinduWA].

Jonson, Ben [1631], The nevv inne: Or, The light Heart. A comoedy. As it was neuer acted, but most negligently play'd, by some, the Kings Seruants. And more squeamishly beheld, and censured by others, the Kings Subiects. 1629. Now, at last, set at liberty to the Readers, his Maties Seruants, and Subiects, to be iudged. 1631. By the Author, B. Ionson (London: Printed by Thomas Harper, for Thomas Alchorne [etc.], 1631) [JonsoB,NevvIOT].

Jonson, Ben [1640], The Workes of Benjamin Jonson (London: Printed by Richard Bishop, and sold by Andrew Crooke [etc.], 1640) [JonsoB,WorkeOB].

Jordan, Thomas [1641], Pictures of passions, fancies, & affections. Poetically Deciphered in variety of Characters (London: Printed for Robert Wood, 1641) [JordaT,PictuOP].

Jordan, Thomas [1642], A Diurnall of Dangers. VVherein are manifested and brought to light, many great and unheard of Discoveries. To the Admiration of all who have Eares to heare, or strong hearts to endure. Found out and Published in the Yeare of Just Jealousies, Apparant Plots, Fatall Feares, And Single Securities. VVritten by T. J. (London: Printed ... for E. Christopher, 1642) [JordaT,DiurnOD].

Jordan, Thomas [1642], The Christian Souldier. Or, Preparation for Battaile. A Legend containing true Rules for a Souldier, in whom at once is met Religion and Resolution. Published by a well - willer to the Gown and Sword, T. J. (London: Printed for Edward Christopher, 1642) [JordaT,ChrisSO].

Jordan, Thomas [1643], Piety, and Poesy. Contracted, In a Poetick Miscellanie of Sacred Poems. By Tho: Jordan (London: Printed by Rob. Wood, [1643]) [JordaT,PietyAP].

Jordan, Thomas [1644], The Debtor's Apologie or, a quaint paradox Proving That it is good to be in Debt, and (in this Age) may be usefull for all Men. By T. J. ([London?]: , 1644) [JordaT,DebtoAO].

Jordan, Thomas [1646], Divine raptvres or piety in poesie; Digested Into a Queint Diversity of sacred fancies. Composed by Tho. Iordan (London: Printed ... for the use of the author, 1646) [JordaT,DivinRO].

Jordan, Thomas [1646], Love's Dialect: or; Poeticall Varieties; Digested Into a Miscelanie of various fancies. Composed by Tho. Iordan (London: Printed by Authoritie [etc.], 1646) [JordaT,LovesDO].

Jordan, Thomas [1650], Claraphil and Clarinda: in a forrest of fancies. By Tho: Jordan (London: Printed by R. Wood, [1650?]) [JordaT,ClaraAC].

Jordan, Thomas [1657], Divinity and Morality in Robes of Poetry: Composed for the Recreations of the Courteous and Ingenious. By the Author Tho. Jordan (London: Printed by R. A., [1657]) [JordaT,DivinAM].

Jordan, Thomas [1660], Jewels of ingenvity, Set in a Coronet of Poetry. By the Industry of T. J. (London: Printed by J. M., [1660?]) [JordaT,JewelOI].

Jordan, Thomas [1661], A box of spikenard Newly Broken: or The Celebration of Christmas - Day proved to be pious and lawful, even in this Compedious Discourse; which was at first occasioned by fourteen Arguments of Mr. Richard Baxter ... which are now fully answered by Thomas Malpas ... The second Edition inlarged. With a Preface, written since the happy return of King Charls the Second. By T. Jordan (London: Printed for the Author, 1661) [JordaT,BoxOSNB].

Jordan, Thomas [1662], A Cure for the Tongue - Evill. Or, A Receipt against Vain Oaths. Being a plain and profitable Poem. Shewing the Hainousness of Common Swearing, with Reasons against it, and Remedies for it. By T. I. an hearty Well - wisher to his King, Church, and Country (London: Printed for Christopher Ecclestone [etc.], 1662) [JordaT,CureFTT].

Jordan, Thomas [1663], A New Droll: or, The Counter - Scuffle: The Second Part. Acted in the Middle of High - Lent, between the goalers and the prisoners. Very pleasant and delightful. By T. Jordan (London: , 1663) [JordaT,NewDOTC].

Jordan, Thomas [1663], A Royal Arbor of Loyal Poesie, consisting of Poems and Songs. Digested into Triumph, Elegy, Satyr, Love & Drollery. Composed by Tho. Jordan (London: Printed by R. W. for Eliz. Andrews [etc.], [1663]) [JordaT,RoyalAO].

Jordan, Thomas [1665], A nursery of novelties in Variety of Poetry. Planted for the delightful leisures of Nobility and Ingenuity. Composed by Tho. Jordan (London: Printed for the Author, [1665?]) [JordaT,NurseON].

Jordan, Thomas [1665], Musick & Poetry, Mixed in Variety of Songs, and Poems; Consisting of Love, Honour, Rallery, and Drollery. Composed, By Tho. Jordan (London: Printed for the Author, [1665?]) [JordaT,MusicAP].

Jordan, Thomas [1665], Wit in a Wildernesse of Promiscuous Poesie. By the Author Tho. Jordan (London: Printed by R. A., [1665?]) [JordaT,WitIAWO].

Jordan, Thomas [1668], Selfe; or, a Riddle, Called the Monster. By T: J. (London: Printed by E. C. for T. Vere ... And W. Thackerey [etc.], 1668) [JordaT,SelfeOA].

Jordan, Thomas [1670], A Looking - glass for a covetous Miser: or, Comfort to a Contented minde (London: Printed, for W. Thackeray, T. Passinger and W. VVhitwood, [c.1670]) [JordaT,LookiGF].

Jordan, Thomas [1680], The Muses Melody in a Consort Of Poetry. With Diverse occasionall and Compendious Epistles. Composed by the Author Tho. Jordan (London: Printed by J. C., [1680?]) [JordaT,MusesMI].

Jousts of May and June, The [1507], Here begynneth the Justes of the moneth of Maye parfurnysshed and done by Charles Brandon, Thomas Knyvet, Gyles Capell & Wyllyam Hussy. The xxii yere of the reygne of our soverayne lorde Kynge Henry the Seuenth (: , 1507) [JoustOM,HereBTJ].

Joyce, Robert Dwyer [1861], Ballads, romances, and songs. By Robert Dwyer Joyce (Dublin; London: James Duffy, 1861) [JoyceRD,BallaRA].

Joyce, Robert Dwyer [1868], Legends of the wars in Ireland. By Robert Dwyer Joyce (Boston, Mass.: James Campbell, 1868) [JoyceRD,LegenOT].

Joyce, Robert Dwyer [1877], Deirdrè (Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1877) [JoyceRD,Deird].

Joyce, Robert Dwyer [1879], Blanid. By Robert D. Joyce (Boston, Mass.: Roberts Brothers, 1879) [JoyceRD,BlaniBR].

Joyce, Robert Dwyer [1908], Ballads of Irish chivalry: By Robert Dwyer Joyce: Edited, with Annotations, by his brother P. W. Joyce (London; Dublin: Longmans, Green, & Co.; M. H. Gill & Son, 1908) [JoyceRD,BallaOI].

Keach, Benjamin [1675], The Grand Impostor Discovered: Or, The Quakers Doctrine weighed in the Ballance, and found wanting. A Poem, By way of Dialogue: wherein their Chief, and most Concerning Principles are laid down, and by the Authority of Gods Holy Word clearly Refuted. By B. K. (London: Printed for B. Harris [etc.], 1675) [KeachB,GrandID].

Keach, Benjamin [1676], An Elegy On the Death of that most Laborious and Painful Minister of the Gospel Mr.John Norcot, Who fell asleep in the Lord the 24th of this instant March 1671 (London: Printed for Ben. Harris [etc.], 1676) [KeachB,ElegyOT].

Keach, Benjamin [1676], War with the Devil: or the Young Mans Conflict with the Powers of Darkness: In a Dialogue. Discovering the Corruption and Vanity of Youth, the Horrible Nature of Sin, and Deplorable Condition of Fallen Man. Also, a Definition, Power, and Rule of Conscience, and the Nature of true Conversion. To which is Added, An Appendix, containing a Dialogue between an old Apostate and a Young Professor. Worthy the Perusal of all, but chiefly intended for the Instruction of the Younger sort. The Fourth Impression. By B. K. (London: Printed for Benjamin Harris [etc.], 1676) [KeachB,WarWTDO].

Keach, Benjamin [1679], The Glorious Lover. A Divine Poem, Upon the Adorable Mystery of Sinners Redemption. By B. K. (London: Printed for J. D. by Christopher Hussey [etc.], 1679) [KeachB,GloriLA].

Keach, Benjamin [1681], Sion in distress: or, the groans of the Protestant chruch (London: Printed by George Larkin, for Enoch Prosser [etc.], 1681) [KeachB,SionIDO].

Keach, Benjamin [1689], Distressed Sion Relieved, Or, The Garment of Praise for the Spirit of Heaviness. Wherein are Discovered the Grand Causes of the Churches Trouble and Misery under the late Dismal Dispensation. With a Compleat History of, and Lamentation for those Renowned Worthies that fell in England by Popish Rage and Cruelty, from the Year 1680 to 1688. Together with an Account of the late Admirable and Stupendious Providence which hath wrought such a sudden and Wonderful Deliverance for this Nation, and Gods Sion therein. Humbly Dedicated to their Present Majesties. By Benjamin Keach (London: Printed for Nath. Crouch [etc.], 1689) [KeachB,DistrSR].

Keach, Benjamin [1691], Spiritual Melody, Containing near Three Hundred Sacred Hymns. By Benjamin Keach (London: Printed for John Hancock [etc.], 1691) [KeachB,SpiriMC].

Keach, Benjamin [1693], The Everlasting Covenant, A Sweet Cordial for a drooping Soul: Or, The Excellent Nature of the Covenant of Grace Opened: In a Sermon Preached January the 29th. At the Funeral of Mr. Henry Forty, Late Pastor of a Church of Christ, at Abingdon, in the County of Berks. Who Departed this Life Jan. 25th 1693 and was Interr'd at Southwark. By Benjamin Keach (London: Printed for H. Barnard [etc.], 1693) [KeachB,EverlCA].

Keach, Benjamin [1700], Spiritual Songs: Being the Marrow of the Scripture, in Songs of Praise to Almighty God; from The Old and New Testament. With A Hundred Divine hymns on several Occasions: As now Practised in several Congregations in and about London. The Second Edition; With a Table of Contents. By Benjamin Keach (London: Printed for John Marshal [etc.], 1700) [KeachB,SpiriSB].

Keate, George [1781], An epistle to Angelica Kauffman. By George Keate (London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1781) [KeateG,EpistTA].

Keate, George [1781], The poetical works of George Keate (London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1781) [KeateG,PoetiWO].

Keate, George [1787], A Probationary Ode for the Laureatship, By George Keate ... Written in 1785. With Notes Critical and Explanatory, By The Editor (London: Printed for G. Kearsley [etc.], 1787) [KeateG,ProbaOF].

Keate, George [1787], The Distressed Poet, A Serio - Comic Poem, in Three Cantos. By George Keate (London: Printed for J. Dodsley, 1787) [KeateG,DistrPA].

Keats, John [1817], Poems, by John Keats (London: Printed for C. & J. Ollier [etc.], 1817) [KeatsJ,PoemsBJ].

Keats, John [1818], Endymion: A Poetic Romance. By John Keats (London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey [etc.], 1818) [KeatsJ,EndymAP].

Keats, John [1820], Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and other poems. By John Keats (London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey [etc.], 1820) [KeatsJ,LamiaIT].

Keats, John [1906], The poetical works of John Keats: Edited with an introduction and textual notes by H. Buxton Forman (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1906) [KeatsJ,PoetiWO].

Keats, John [1915], The Poems of John Keats: arranged in chronological order with a preface by Sidney Colvin (London: Chatto & Windus, 1915) [KeatsJ,PoemsOJ].

Keats, John [1925], John Keats by Amy Lowell: with illustrations (London: Jonathan Cape, 1925) [KeatsJ,JohnKBA].

Keble, John [1862], Lyra Innocentium: thoughts in verse on christian children, their ways, and their privileges. By the author of "The Christian Year." Eleventh Edition (Oxford: James Parker and Co., 1862) [KebleJ,LyraITI].

Keble, John [1866], The Christian year: thoughts in verse for the Sundays and holidays throughout the year ... hundredth edition (Oxford; London: James Parker and Co., 1866) [KebleJ,ChrisYT].

Keble, John [1869], Miscellaneous Poems. By the Rev. J. Keble (Oxford; London: James Parker, 1869) [KebleJ,MiscePB].

Keith, Charles [1801], The har'st rig, and the farmer's ha': Two poems, in the Scottish dialect. Second edition, corrected (Edinburgh: Printed by J. Ruthven and Sons, 1801) [KeithC,HarstRA].

Keith, Charles [1805], Monody to the memory of the Rev. Dr Charles Nisbet, many years First Minister of Montrose, and late President of the College of Carlisle, in Pennsylvania (Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne for Archibald Constable and Co., 1805) [KeithC,MonodTT].

Kelton, Arthur [1546], [A Commendacion of Welshmen] (: , [1546]) [KeltoA,ACOW].

Kelton, Arthur [1547], A Chronycle with a Genealogie declaring that the Brittons and Welshemen are lineallye dyscended from Brute. Newly and very wittely compyled in Meter (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Grafton [etc.], 1547) [KeltoA,ChronWA].

Kemble, Frances Anne [1866], Poems. By Frances Anne Kemble (London: Edward Moxon & Co., 1866) [KemblFA,PoemsBF].

Kemble, Frances Anne [1883], Poems. By Frances Anne Kemble (London: Richard Bentley, 1883) [KemblFA,PoemsBF].

Kendall, Timothy [1577], Flovvers of Epigrammes, Ovt of sundrie the moste singular authours selected, as well auncient as late writers. Pleasant and profitable to the expert readers of quicke capacitie: By Timothe Kendall (London: Imprinted ... by Ihon Shepperd, 1577) [KendaT,FlovvOE].

Kendall, William [1791], Poems. W. Kendall ([Exeter]: [Privately Printed], 1791) [KendaW,PoemsWK].

Kendall, William [1793], Poems by William Kendall (London; Exeter: A. A. J. and J. Robinson; A. Oyer, 1793) [KendaW,PoemsBW].

Kennedy, Charles Rann [1843], Poems, Original and Translated. By Charles Rann Kennedy (London: Edward Moxon, 1843) [KenneCR,PoemsOA].

Kennedy, Charles Rann [1857], Poems; original and translated, by Charles Rann Kennedy ... and Two Poems by the Rev. Rann Kennedy. New Edition. By Charles Rann Kennedy (London: William Walker, 1857) [KenneCR,PoemsOA].

Kennedy, Charles Rann [1860], Francis Beaumont: A Tragedy. By Charles Rann Kennedy (Birmingham: James Guest, [1860?]) [KenneCR,FrancBA].

Kennedy, Charles Rann [1866], Hannibal: A Poem. Part I. By Charles Rann Kennedy (London; Birmingham: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co.; Howell and Day, [1866]) [KenneCR,HanniAP].

Kennedy, John [1626], The Historie of Calanthrop and Lucilla. Conspicuously demonstrating the various mutabilities of Fortune in their loves, with every severall circumstance of joyes and crosses, fortunate exploites, and hazardous adventures, which either of them sustained before they could attaine the prosperous event of their wished aimes. By John Kennedie (Edinburgh: Printed by John Wreitsoun [etc.], 1626) [KenneJ,HistoOC].

Kennedy, John [1629], A Theological Epitome or Divine Compend, Apparently manifesting Gods great love and mercie towards man: notwithstanding of mans perverse disposition and continuall unthankefulnesse towards his God. By Iohn Kennedie (Edinburgh: Printed by John Wreitsoun, 1629) [KenneJ,TheolEO].

Kennedy, Walter [1902], [The poems of Walter Kennedy edited with introductions, various readings, and notes by J. Schipper in] Denkschriften der kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Philosophisch - Historische Classe. Achtundvierzigster Band. Mit 1 Tafel und 14 Abbildungen im Texte (Wien: Carl Gerold's Sohn [etc.], 1902) [KenneW,ThePOWK].

Kenyon, John [1838], Poems: For the Most Part Occasional. By John Kenyon (London: Edward Moxon, 1838) [KenyoJ,PoemsFT].

Kenyon, John [1839], Rhymed plea for tolerance. In Two Dialogues. With a prefatory dialogue. By John Kenyon. Second edition (London: Edward Moxon, 1839) [KenyoJ,RhymePF].

Kenyon, John [1849], A Day at Tivoli: With Other Verses. By John Kenyon (London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1849) [KenyoJ,DayATWO].

Ker, Peter [or Patrick] [1684], Flosculum Poeticum. Poems Divine and Humane, Panegyrical, Satyrical, Ironical. By P. K. (London: Printed for Benjamin Billingsley [etc.], 1684) [KerPOP,FloscPP].

Ker, Peter [or Patrick] [1685], A Mournful Elegy, On the Deplorable, and never enough to be Lamented Death, Of the Illustrious, and Serene Charles the II. King of Great - Britain, France, and Ireland, etc. (London: Printed by George Croam, 1685) [KerPOP,MournEO].

Ker, Peter [or Patrick] [1685], A Poem on the Coronation of James the II. King of Great - Britain, France and Ireland, &c. Who was Crowned at Wistminster - Abey the 23th of April, 1685 (London: Printed by George Croom [etc.], 1685) [KerPOP,PoemOTC].

Ker, Peter [or Patrick] [1685], A poem on the Coronation of James the II. King of Great - Britain, France and Ireland, &c. Who was Crowned at Wistminster - Abey the 23th of April, 1685 (London: Printed by George Croom, 1685) [KerPOP,PoemOTC].

Ker, Peter [or Patrick] [1685], An elegy on The Deplorable, and never enough to be Lamented Death, of the Illustrious, and Serene Charles the II. King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, &c. who Departed this Life, (on Friday the 6th of February, between 11 and 12 of the Clock, in the Forenoon: And was Interr'd at Westminster, the 14th of the same Month, being the 55th Year of his Age, 1684/5 (London: Printed by George Croom [etc.], 1685) [KerPOP,ElegyOT].

Ker, Peter [or Patrick] [1685], Scotlands Loyalty; Or, Sorrowfull Sighs On the Death of our late Soveraign His Sacred Majesty; Charles II. By the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, &c. (London: Printed by Nathaniel Thompson [etc.], 1685) [KerPOP,ScotlLO].

Ker, Peter [or Patrick] [1685], The Mournful Mite: Or the True Subject's Sigh. On the Death of the Illustrious and Serene Charles II. King of Great - Britain, France, and Ireland, &c. (London: Printed by G. C. for T. P., 1685) [KerPOP,MournMO].

Ker, Peter [or Patrick] [1690], &grL;&grO;&grG;&grO;&grM;&grA;&grX;&grI;&GRAa;: Or, The Conquest of Eloquence: Containing Two Witty Orations, The First spoke by Ajax: The Second by Ulisses, when they Contested for Achilles's Armour, before the Nobles of Greece; a little before the Overthrow of Troy: As they may be Read, Ovid Metamorph. Lib. 13. Very Delectable and Necessary for Statesmen, Judges, Magistrates, Officers of War &c. to Read; and know how wrong Information guilded with Eloquence, may pervert Justice, and so learn to avoid the giving of rash Sentence, in any Case or Cause. By P. K. (London: Printed for Tho. Howkins [etc.], 1690) [KerPOP,GrlgrOT].

Ker, Peter [or Patrick] [1690], The Map of Man's Misery: or, the Poor Man's pocket - Book: Being a Perpetual Almanack of Spiritual Meditations or Compleat Directory For one Endless week (London: Printed for John Lawrence [etc.], 1690) [KerPOP,MapOMMO].

Kethe, William [1548], A Ballet Declaringe the fal of the whore of babylone intytuled Tye thy mate tom boye wt other and there unto anexid a prologe to the reders (: , [1548?]) [KetheW,BalleDT].

Kethe, William [1553], Of misrules contending / with gods worde by name, And then / of ones Judgment / that heard of the same (London: Imprynted ... by Heugh Syngelton [etc.], [1553?]) [KetheW,OfMCWGW].

Kethe, William [1558], Introductory verse (1558) (In How svperior powers oght to be obeyd of their subiects: and Wherin they may lawfully by Gods Worde be disobeyed and resisted. Wherin also is declared the cause of all this present miserie in England, and the onely way to remedy the same. By Christopher Goodman (Geneua: Printed ... by Iohn Crispin, 1558)) [KetheW,IntroV1].

Kethe, William [1558], The appellation of Iohn Knoxe from the cruell and most iniust sentence pronounced against him by the false bishoppes and clergie of Scotland, with his supplication and exhortation to the nobilitie, estates, and comunaltie of the same realme (Geneva: , 1558) [KetheW,AppelOI].

Killigrew, Anne [1686], Poems by Mrs Anne Killigrew (London: Printed for Samuel Lowndes [etc.], 1686) [KilliA,PoemsBM].

King, Harriet Eleanor Hamilton [1869], Aspromonte and Other Poems (London: Macmillan and Co., 1869) [KingHEH,AsproAO].

King, Harriet Eleanor Hamilton [1883], A Book of Dreams: By Harriet Eleanor Hamilton King (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1883) [KingHEH,BookODB].

King, Harriet Eleanor Hamilton [1889], Ballads of the North and Other Poems. By Harriet Eleanor Hamilton King (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1889) [KingHEH,BallaOT].

King, Harriet Eleanor Hamilton [1895], The Prophecy of Westminster, And other Poems. In Honour of Henry Edward, Cardinal Manning. By Harriet Eleanor Hamilton King (London: W. B. Whittingham & Company, 1895) [KingHEH,ProphOW].

King, Harriet Eleanor Hamilton [1902], The hours of the passion and other poems by Harriet Eleanor Hamilton - King (London: Grant Richards, 1902) [KingHEH,HoursOT].

King, Harriet Eleanor Hamilton [1907], The Disciples by Harriet Eleanor Hamilton King (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1907) [KingHEH,DisciBH].

King, Henry, Bishop of Chichester [1648], An Elegy Upon the most Incomparable K. Charls. the I. Persecuted by two Implacable Factions, Imprisoned by the One, And Murthered by the Other, January 30th 1648 (London: , 1648) [KingHBO,ElegyUT].

King, Henry, Bishop of Chichester [1649], A Groane at the Fvnerall of that incomparable and Glorious Monarch, Charles the First, King of Great Brittaine, France, and Ireland, &c. On whose Sacred Person was acted that execrable, horrid, and prodigious Murther, by a trayterous Crew, and bloudy Combination at Westminster, Janury the 30. 1648. Written by I. B. ([London]: , 1649) [KingHBO,GroanAT].

King, Henry, Bishop of Chichester [1651], The Psalmes of David, from the New Translation of the Bible Turned into Meter: To be Sung after the Old Tunes used in the Churches (London: Printed by Ed. Griffin, and are to be sold by Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1651) [KingHBO,PsalmOD].

King, Henry, Bishop of Chichester [1664], Poems, Elegies, Paradoxes, and Sonets (London: Printed for Henry Herringman [etc.], 1664) [KingHBO,PoemsEP].

King, William [1704], Some remarks on the Tale of a Tub. To which are Annexed Mully of Mountown, and Orpheus and Euridice. By the Author of the Journey to London (London: Printed for A. Baldwin [etc.], 1704) [KingW,SomeROT].

King, William [1708], The Art of Cookery, In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry. With some letters to Dr. Lister, and Others: Occasion'd principally by the Title of a Book publish'd by the Doctor, being the Works of Apicius Coeius, Concerning the Soups and Sauces of the Antients. With an Extract of the greatest Curiosities contain'd in that Book. To which is added, Horace's Art of Poetry, in Latin (London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, [1708]) [KingW,ArtOCII].

King, William [1709], Miscellanies in Prose and Verse. By William King (London: Printed for B. Lintott ... and H. Clements [etc.], [1709]) [KingW,MisceIP].

King, William [1709], The art of love: In Imitation of Ovid De Arte Amandi. With a Preface containing the Life of Ovid. By W. King (London: Printed for Bernard Lintott [etc.], [1709]) [KingW,ArtOLII].

King, William, Principal of St. Mary Hall, Oxford [1747], The toast. An heroick poem: In four Books, Written originally in Latin, by Frederick Scheffer: Now done into English, and illustrated with Notes and Observations, by Peregrine Odonald (Dublin: , 1747) [KingWPO,ToastAH].

King, William, Principal of St. Mary Hall, Oxford [1749], A Poetical Abridgement, Both in Latin and English, Of the Reverend Mr. Tutor Bentham's Letter to a Young Gentleman of Oxford. To which are added Some Remarks on the Letter to a Fellow of a College. By the Author of the Proposal, &c. (London: Printed for W. Owen [etc.], 1749) [KingWPO,PoetiAB].

King, William, Principal of St. Mary Hall, Oxford [1749], A Proposal For Publishing a Poetical Translation, Both in Latin and English, of The Reverend Mr. Tutor Bentham's Letter to a young Gentleman of Oxford. By a Master of Arts. The Second Edition (London: Printed for W. Owen [etc.], 1749) [KingWPO,PropoFP].

King, William, Principal of St. Mary Hall, Oxford [1750], Elogium famae inserviens: Jacci Etonensis, sive Gigantis; or, the praises of Jack of Eton, Commonly called Jack the Giant: Collected into Latin and English Metre, after the Manner of Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, John Burton, and Others. To which is added a dissertation on the Burtonic Style. By a Master of Arts (Oxford: Printed for S. Parker; and sold by W. Owen [etc.], 1750) [KingWPO,ElogiFI].

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Kirkcaldy, Sir William, of Grange [1891], [Ane Ballat of ye Captane of the Castell, in] Satirical poems of the time of The Reformation: Edited by James Cranstoun (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood and Sons, 1891) [KirkcSW,AneBOYC].

Knell, Thomas, junior [1569], An Epitaph, or rather a short discourse made upon the life & death of D. Boner sometimes unworthy Bishop of London, whiche dyed the v. of September in the Marshalsie (London: Imprinted ... by John Allde, 1569) [KnellTJ,EpitaOR].

Knell, Thomas, junior [1570], A piththy note to Papists all and some that ioy in Feltons Martirdome. Desiring them to read this and to iudge & not in spite at simple truth to grudge. Set foorth by one that knew his life, and was with him at the houre of his death, which was the viii. of August. Anno. 1570. at the west end of Paules Churche ouer against the Bishops gate, where he set up the Bul (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Allde, 1570) [KnellTJ,PithtNT].

Knell, Thomas, junior [1570], An answer at large, to a most hereticall, trayterous, and Papisticall Byll, in English verse, which was cast abrode in the streetes of Northampton, and brought before the Judges at the last Assises there (London: Imprinted ... by John Awdelye, 1570) [KnellTJ,AnsweAL].

Knell, Thomas, junior [1571], An historicall discourse of ye life and death of Doctor Story whiche was iustly drawen, hanged and quartered for his treson the second of June (London: By John Allde, 1571) [KnellTJ,HistoDO].

Knevet, Ralph [1966], The Shorter Poems of Ralph Knevet. A Critical Edition by Amy M. Charles (Colombus, Ohio: Ohio State University Press, 1966) [KneveR,ShortPO].

Knighthood and Battle [1935], Knyghthode and Bataile: A XVth century verse paraphrase of Flavius Vegetius Renatus' treatise "De Re Militari": Edited, with introduction, notes, and glossary, by R. Dyboski and Z. M. Arend (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1935) [KnighAB,KnyghAB].

Knowles, James Sheridan [1796], The Welch Harper, Written & Dedicated to Miss E. Stewart, by Jas Sheridan Knowles. Composed by Theodore Smith (London; Dublin: Printed by Goulding & Compy [etc.], 1796) [KnowlJS,WelchHW].

Knowles, James Sheridan [1810], A collection of poems on various subjects: By James Sheridan Knowles (Waterford: Printed for the Author, by John Bull, 1810) [KnowlJS,ColleOP].

Kynaston, Sir Francis [1633], Musae Querulae, de Regis in Scotiam Profectione. The Muses Complaint of the Kings iourney to Scotland (London: Printed by Thomas Harper for Nathaniel Butter [etc.], 1633) [KynasSF,MusaeQD].

Kynaston, Sir Francis [1635], Musae aulicae, Autore Arturo Ionstono; Medico Regio; Interprete F. K. (London: Apud Thomam Harperum impensis Nathanielis Butter, 1635) [KynasSF,MusaeAA].

Kynaston, Sir Francis [1642], Leoline and Sydanis. A Romance of The Amorovs Adventures of Princes: Together, with Svndry Affectionate Addresses to his Mistresse, under the Name of Cynthia. Written by Sir Fr: Kinnaston (London: Printed by Ric. Hearne, 1642) [KynasSF,LeoliAS].

Kyttes, G. [1572], [The Vnluckie Firmentie] (: , [c.1572]) [KytteG,TheVF].

Lamb, Charles [1797], Poems, by S. T. Coleridge, Second Edition. To which are now added Poems by Charles Lamb, and Charles Lloyd (Bristol: Printed by N. Biggs for J. Cottle ... and Messrs. Robinsons [etc.], 1797) [LambC,PoemsBS].

Lamb, Charles [1798], Blank verse by Charles Lloyd and Charles Lamb (London: Printed by T. Bensley; for John and Arthur Arch [etc.], 1798) [LambC,BlankVB].

Lamb, Charles [1818], Prince Dorus: or, Flattery put out of countenance. A poetical version of an ancient tale. Illustrated with a series of elegant engravings (London: Printed for M. J. Godwin [etc.], 1818) [LambC,PrincDO].

Lamb, Charles [1822], The poetical recreations of The Champion, and his literary correspondents; With a selection of essays, literary & critical, which have appeared in The Champion newspaper (London: The Champion Press, 1822) [LambC,PoetiRO].

Lamb, Charles [1825], Beauty and the Beast; or, The Enchanted Rose: A poetical version of an ancient tale. Illustrated with a series of engravings, and Beauty's song at her spinning wheel, Set to Music by Mr. Whittaker. Second Edition (London: William Jackson and Co., 1825) [LambC,BeautAT].

Lamb, Charles [1836], The poetical works of Charles Lamb. A new edition (London: Edward Moxon, 1836) [LambC,PoetiWO].

Lamb, Charles [1874], Poems, letters and remains (1874) (In Mary and Charles Lamb: Poems, letters, and remains: now first collected, with reminiscences and notes. By W. Carew Hazlitt. With portrait, and numerous facsimiles and illustrations of their favourite haunts in London and the suburbs (London: Chatto and Windus, 1874)) [LambC,PoemsLA].

Lamb, Charles [1878], Poetry for Children: By Charles and Mary Lamb: To which are added Prince Dorus and some uncollected poems by Charles Lamb: Edited, prefaced and annotated by Richard Herne Shepherd (London: Chatto and Windus, 1878) [LambC,PoetrFC].

Lamb, Lady Caroline [1816], Glenarvon. In Three Volumes (London: Printed for Henry Colburn, 1816) [LambLC,GlenaIT].

Lamb, Lady Caroline [1819], A new canto (London: Printed for William Wright [etc.], 1819) [LambLC,NewC].

Lamb, Lady Caroline [1829], Fugitive pieces and Reminiscences of Lord Byron: containing an entire new edition of the Hebrew melodies, with the addition of several never before published; the whole illustrated with critical, historical, theatrical, political, and theological remarks, notes, anecdotes, interesting conversations, and observations, made by that illustrious poet: together with his Lordship's autograph; also some original poetry, letters and recollections of Lady Caroline Lamb. By I. Nathan (London: Whittaker, Treacher, and Co., 1829) [LambLC,FugitPA].

Lamb, Mary Montgomerie [1872], From Dawn to Noon. Poems by Violet Fane (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1872) [LambMM,FromDTN].

Lamb, Mary Montgomerie [1875], Denzil place: a story in verse. By Violet Fane (London: Chapman and Hall, 1875) [LambMM,DenziPA].

Lamb, Mary Montgomerie [1876], The Queen of the fairies: (A village story): and other poems: By Violet Fane (London: Chapman and Hall, 1876) [LambMM,QueenOT].

Lamb, Mary Montgomerie [1880], Collected Verses. By Violet Fane (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1880) [LambMM,ColleVB].

Lamb, Mary Montgomerie [1889], Autumn Songs. By Violet Fane (London: Chapman and Hall, 1889) [LambMM,AutumSB].

Lamb, Mary Montgomerie [1892], Poems by Violet Fane: With Portrait engraved by E. Stodart ... in two volumes (London: John C. Nimmo, 1892) [LambMM,PoemsBV].

Lamb, Mary Montgomerie [1896], Under Cross and Crescent: Poems. By Violet Fane (London: John C. Nimmo, 1896) [LambMM,UnderCA].

Lamb, Mary Montgomerie [1900], Betwixt Two Seas: Poems and Ballads (Written at Constantinople and Therapia). By Violet Fane (London: John C. Nimmo, 1900) [LambMM,BetwiTS].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1821], The Fate of Adelaide, A Swiss Romantic Tale; And Other Poems: By Letitia Elizabeth Landon (London: John Warren, 1821) [LandoLE,FateOAA].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1827], The golden violet, with its tales of romance and chivalry: And other poems. By L. E. L. (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1827) [LandoLE,GoldeVW].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1829], The Venetian bracelet, the lost Pleiad, a history of the lyre, and other poems. By L. E. L. (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1829) [LandoLE,VenetBT].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1831], The improvisatrice; and other poems. By L. E. L. With embellishments. A new edition (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1831) [LandoLE,ImproAO].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1832], The Easter gift, a religious offering; By L. E. L. (London: Fisher, Son & Co., 1832) [LandoLE,EasteGA].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1835], The Vow of the Peacock, and Other Poems. By L. E. L. (London: Saunders and Otley, 1835) [LandoLE,VowOTPA].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1836], Traits and trials of early life. By L. E. L. (London: Henry Colburn, 1836) [LandoLE,TraitAT].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1837], A birthday tribute. Addressed to Her Royal Highness the Princess Alexandrina Victoria, on attaining her eighteenth year. By L. E. L. With a portrait (London; Paris: Fisher, Son, & Co., [1837]) [LandoLE,BirthTA].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1838], Flowers of loveliness; Twelve groups of female figures, emblematic of flowers: Designed by various artists; With poetical illustrations, by L. E. L. (London: Ackermann and Company, 1838) [LandoLE,FloweOL].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1839], The Zenana and minor poems of L. E. L. With a memoir by Emma Roberts (London: Fisher, Son & Co., [1839]) [LandoLE,ZenanAM].

Landon, Laetitia Elizabeth [1841], Life and Literary Remains (1841) (In Life and Literary Remains of L. E. L. by Laman Blanchard. In Two Volumes (London: Henry Colburn, 1841)) [LandoLE,LifeALR].

Landor, Robert Eyres [1808], Guy's Porridge Pot: A Poem, In Twenty - Four Books. The First Part (London: Printed for the Author [etc.], 1808) [LandoRE,GuysPPA].

Landor, Robert Eyres [1828], The Impious Feast: A Poem in Ten Books. By Robert Landor (London: J. Hatchard and Son, 1828) [LandoRE,ImpioFA].

Landor, Walter Savage [1892], Poems, Dialogues in Verse and Epigrams: By Walter Savage Landor: Edited with notes by Charles G. Crump (London: Printed for J. M. Dent & Co., 1892) [LandoWS,PoemsDI].

Landor, Walter Savage [1917], To Elizabeth Barrett Browning and other verses: By Walter Savage Landor (London: Printed for private circulation only, 1917) [LandoWS,ToEBBAO].

Lane, John [1600], Tom Tel - Troths Message, and his Pens Complaint. A worke not vnpleasant to be read, nor unprofitable to be followed. Written by Io. La. (London: Imprinted for R. Howell [etc.], 1600) [LaneJ,TomTTMA].

Lane, John [1603], An Elegie vpon the death of the high and renowned Princesse, our late Souerayne Elizabeth. By I. L. (London: Imprinted ... for John Deane [etc.], 1603) [LaneJ,ElegiVT].

Lane, John [1648], Alarvm to poets (London: , 1648) [LaneJ,AlarvTP].

Lane, John [1888], John Lane's continuation of Chaucer's `Squire's Tale'. Edited from the original ms. version of 1616, Douce 170, collated with its ms. revision of 1630, Ashmole 53, by Fredk. J. Furnivall: With notes on the magical elements in Chaucer's `Squire's Tale', and analogues, by W. A. Clouston (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1888, 1890) [LaneJ,JohnLCO].

Lang, Andrew [1923], The Poetical Works of Andrew Lang. Edited by Mrs. Lang (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1923) [LangA,PoetiWO].

Langhorne, John [1760], Job. A Poem. In Three Books. By William Langhorne (London: Printed for R. Griffiths [etc.], 1760) [LanghJ,JobAPIT].

Langhorne, John [1760], Poems on Several Occasions. By The Reverend John Langhorne (Lincoln: Printed by W. Wood. For R. Griffiths [etc.], [1760?]) [LanghJ,PoemsOS].

Langhorne, John [1762], The Viceroy: A poem. Addressed to the Earl of Halifax (London: Printed for H. Payne and W. Cropley [etc.], 1762) [LanghJ,VicerAP].

Langhorne, John [1804], The Poetical Works of John Langhorne ... To which are prefixed, Memoirs of the Author by his Son the Rev. J. T. Langhorne ... In Two Volumes (London: Printed for J. Mawman [by] T. Gillet, 1804) [LanghJ,PoetiWO].

Langland, William [1867], The Vision of William concerning Piers Plowman, together with Vita de Dowel, Dobet, et Dobest, Secundum Wit et Resoun, By William Langland (About 1362 - 1380 A.D.): Edited from Numerous Manuscripts, with Prefaces, Notes and a Glossary, By the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1867) [LanglW,VisioOW].

Langland, William [1867], The Vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman, together with Vita de Dowel, Dobet et Dobest, Secundum wit et Resoun, by William Langland. (About 1362 - 1393 A.D.): Edited from numerous manuscripts, with prefaces, notes, and a glossary, by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat ... in four parts (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co., 1867 - 1885) [LanglW,VisioOW].

Langland, William [1867], The Vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman, together with Vita de Dowel, Dobet, et Dobest, Secundum Wit et Resoun, by William Langland (About 1362 - 1380 A.D.): Edited from numerous manuscripts, with prefaces, notes, and a glossary, by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat ... In four parts (London; Dublin: Published for The Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co.; William McGee, 1867 - 1885) [LanglW,VisioOW].

Langland, William [1983], William Langland: Piers Plowman: The Z Version: Edited by A. G. Rigg and Charlotte Brewer ([Toronto]: The Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1983) [LanglW,WilliLP].

Langland, William [poems associated with] [1861], [Jacke Upland and The Reply of Friar Daw Topias, with Jack Upland's Rejoinder in] Political poems and songs relating to English history, composed during the period from the accession of Edw. III. to that of Ric. III. Edited by Thomas Wright (London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861) [LanglWP,JackeUA].

Langland, William [poems associated with] [1867], Pierce the Ploughmans Crede (about 1394 A.D.): Transcribed and Edited from MS. Trin. Coll., Cam., R. 3, 15, Collated with MS. Bibl. Reg. 18. B. XVII. in The British Museum, and with the Old Printed Text of 1553; To which is appended God Spede the Plough (about 1500 A.D.) from Lansdowne 762; By the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1867) [LanglWP,PiercTP].

Langland, William [poems associated with] [1897], [The Plowmans Tale, in] The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer: Edited, from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1897) [LanglWP,ThePTIT].

Langland, William [poems associated with] [1930], Select early English poems: Edited by Sir Israel Gollancz. V. Death and liffe: A medieval alliterative debate poem in a seventeenth century version (London: Humphrey Milford: Oxford University Press, 1930) [LanglWP,SelecEE].

Langland, William [poems associated with] [1936], Mum and the Sothsegger: Edited from the manuscripts: Camb. Univ. LL. IV. 14 and Brit. Mus. Add. 41666 by Mabel Day and Robert Steele (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1936) [LanglWP,MumATSE].

Langland, William [poems associated with] [1959], The parlement of the thre ages: Edited by M. Y. Offord (London; New York: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1959) [LanglWP,ParleOT].

Langland, William [poems associated with] [1990], Wynnere and Wastoure: Edited by Stephanie Trigg (Oxford: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1990) [LanglWP,WynneAW].

Larminie, William [1889], Glanlua and Other Poems. By William Larminie (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1889) [LarmiW,GlanlAO].

Larminie, William [1892], Fand and Other Poems: By William Larminie (Dublin; London: Hodges, Figgis & Co., 1892) [LarmiW,FandAOP].

Lathum, William [1634], Phyala Lachrymarum: Or A Few Friendly Teares, shed over the dead Body of Mr Nathaniel Weld Mr of Arts of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge; who in the short journey of his life, died betweene the five and sixe and twentieth yeare of his youth, 1633. Together with sundry choyce Meditations of Mortalitie (London: Printed by R. Y. for George Lathum [etc.], 1634) [LathuW,PhyalLO].

Lauder, George [1623], The Anatomie of the Romane Clergie: or, a Discoverie of the Abvses Thereof. Written in Latine by sundrie Authors of their owne profession. And Translated into English verse by G. L. (London: Printed by Richard Field for Robert Mylbourne [etc.], 1623) [LaudeG,AnatoOT].

Lauder, George [1629], The Scottish Sovldier. By Lavvder (Edinburgh: Printed by Iohn Wreittoun [etc.], 1629) [LaudeG,ScottSB].

Lauder, George [1630], Tears on the Death of Evander: Occasioned by the Lamentable Losse of the truelie Noble and Generous, Sir Iohn Svynton Knight, Collonel of an Regiment of 2000 Nedderlanders, going for Venize, who was cast away by storme on the coast of England upon Goodwin Sands the 13 of Octob. 1630 (Hagh: , 1630) [LaudeG,TearsOT].

Lauder, George [1646], A Horse or A New - Yeares - Gift To the Right worthy, and worshipful Sr. Phillip Balfour, Knight ... By G. Lauder (Middelburgh: Printed by James Fierens [etc.], 1646) [LaudeG,HorseOA].

Lauder, George [1661], Caledonias covenant. Or ane panegyrick to the world. Wherin is brieflie set doune the trew caus and occasioune of the present trubles of the kingdome of Scotland. By G. L. ([Edinburgh?]: , 1661) [LaudeG,CaledCO].

Lauder, George [1853], [Aretophel, in] Various pieces of fugitive Scotish poetry; principally of the seventeenth century. Second series (Edinburgh: , 1853) [LaudeG,AretoIV].

Lauder, George [1853], [On the most Horrid and Terrible Treason in] Various pieces of fugitive Scotish poetry; principally of the seventeenth century. Second series (Edinburgh: Printed ... by Michael Steel [etc.], 1853) [LaudeG,OnTMHAT].

Lauder, George [1853], [The Sovldiers Wishe, in] Various pieces of fugitive Scotish poetry; principally of the seventeenth century. Second series (Edinburgh: Printed by John Wreittoun, 1853) [LaudeG,TheSWIV].

Lauder, George [1853], [Tvveeds Teares of joy, to Charles great Brittains King, in] Various pieces of fugitive Scotish poetry; principally of the seventeenth century (Edinburgh: Printed for W. & D. Laing, [1853]) [LaudeG,TvveeTO].

Lauder, George [1913], [Damon, in] The Poetical Works of William Drummond of Hawthornden: With `A Cypresse Grove': Edited by L. E. Kastner (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1913) [LaudeG,DamonIT].

Lauder, William [1864], Ane compendious and breue tractate concernyng ye Office and Dewtie of Kyngis, spirituall pastoris, and temporall iugis. Laitlie compylit be William Lauder, for the faithfull instructioun of Kyngis and Prencis. Edited by Fitzedward Hall (London: Printed for The Early English Text Society, by Trübner & Co., 1864) [LaudeW,AneCABT].

Lauder, William [1870], The minor poems of William Lauder, playwright, poet, and minister of the word of God, (mainly on the state of Scotland in and about 1568 A.D., that year of famine and plague) ... Edited from the unique originals belonging to S. Christie - Miller ... By F. J. Furnivall (London; Dublin: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co.; William McGee, 1870) [LaudeW,MinorPO].

Laurence, French [1872], Poetical remains of French Laurence ... and Richard Laurence ... With a brief memoir of each author (Dublin: , 1872) [LaureF,PoetiRO].

Lawless, Emily [1902], With the Wild Geese: By Emily Lawless: With An Introduction by Stopford A. Brooke (London: Isbister & Co., 1902) [LawleE,WithTWG].

Lawless, Emily [1909], The point of view (some talks and disputations). By Emily Lawless (London; Bungay: Richard Clay & Sons, 1909) [LawleE,PointOV].

Lawless, Emily [1914], The Inalienable Heritage and Other Poems by Emily Lawless ... With A Preface by Edith Sichel ([London]: [R. Clay & Sons], 1914) [LawleE,InaliHA].

Lawrence, Leonard [1639], A Small Treatise betwixt Arnalte and Lucenda Entituled The Evill - intreated Lover, Or The Melancholy Knight. Originally written in the Greeke Tongue, by an unknowne Author. Afterwards Translated into Spanish; after that, for the Excellency thereof, into the French Tongue by N. H. next by B. M. into the Thuscan, and now turn'd into English Verse by L. L. a well - wisher to the Muses (London: Printed by J. Okes for H. Mosley [etc.], 1639) [LawreL,SmallTB].

Lawrence, Leonard [1650], Epithalamium: or A Nuptial Song, with a narrative of Love's Progress. Consecrated to the honoured fame of his much valued Friends Mr. Abraham Cullen: and Mrs. Abigail Rushout: The blest Objects of this Triumphant Solemnity: To whom I wish a Life enduring continuance of this Dayes felicity, whilst I remain obliged to the Honour of Their especiall favours, and rest their most humble Seruant L. L. (: , 1650) [LawreL,EpithOA].

Layamon [1963], Layamon: Brut: Edited from British Museum Ms. Cotton Caligula A. IX and British Museum Ms. Cotton Otho C. XIII: By G. L. Brook and R. F. Leslie (Oxford; London: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1963 - 1978) [Layam,LayamBE].

Le Grice, Charles Valentine [1794], The Tineum. Containing Estianomy, or The Art of Stirring a Fire: The Icead, A Mock - Heroic Poem: An Imitation of Horace, Ep. I. lib. I. Epigrams: A Fragment, &c. By C. V. Le Grice (Cambridge; Bury: Printed by B. Flower, for W. H. Lunn, and J. Deighton [etc.]; And for T. Shepherd, 1794) [LeGCV,TineuCE].

Le Grice, Charles Valentine [1823], The Petition of An Old Uninhabited House in Penzance to its Master in Town: With Hints to the Author of John Bull, A Comedy. To which is added an Appendix. Embellished with a View of the Old House. Second Edition (Penzance: T. Vigurs, 1823) [LeGCV,PetitOA].

Le Grice, Charles Valentine [1850], An Imitation of Horace's First Epistle, Written and Printed at Trinity College, Cambridge, in the Year 1793 (Truro: Heard and Sons, 1850) [LeGCV,ImitaOH].

Lee - Hamilton, Eugene Jacob [1878], Poems and Transcripts: By Eugene Lee - Hamilton (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1878) [LeeHEJ,PoemsAT].

Lee - Hamilton, Eugene Jacob [1880], Gods, Saints & Men. By Eugene Lee - Hamilton ... With Ten Full - Page Illustartions Designed by Enrico Mazzanti (London: W. Satchell & Co., 1880) [LeeHEJ,GodsSAM].

Lee - Hamilton, Eugene Jacob [1882], The New Medusa, and other poems. By Eugene Lee - Hamilton (London: Elliot Stock, 1882) [LeeHEJ,NewMAOP].

Lee - Hamilton, Eugene Jacob [1884], Apollo and Marsyas, and Other Poems. By Eugene Lee - Hamilton (London: Elliot Stock, 1884) [LeeHEJ,ApollAM].

Lee - Hamilton, Eugene Jacob [1888], Imaginary Sonnets. By Eugene Lee - Hamilton (London: Elliot Stock, 1888) [LeeHEJ,ImagiSB].

Lee - Hamilton, Eugene Jacob [1891], The Fountain of Youth: A Fantastic Tragedy in Five Acts. By Eugene Lee - Hamilton (London: Elliot Stock, 1891) [LeeHEJ,FountOY].

Lee - Hamilton, Eugene Jacob [1894], Sonnets of the Wingless Hours. By Eugene Lee - Hamilton (London: Elliot Stock, 1894) [LeeHEJ,SonneOT].

Lee - Hamilton, Eugene Jacob [1899], Forest Notes: By Eugene and Annie Lee - Hamilton (London: Grant Richards, 1899) [LeeHEJ,ForesNB].

Lee - Hamilton, Eugene Jacob [1909], Mimma Bella: By Eugene Lee - Hamilton: With portrait of author (London: William Heinemann, 1909) [LeeHEJ,MimmaBB].

Lefroy, Edward Cracroft [1897], His Life and Poems (1897) (In Edward Cracroft Lefroy: His Life and Poems including a Reprint of Echoes from Theocritus: By Wilfred Austin Gill: With a Critical Estimate of the Sonnets by the late John Addington Symonds (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1897)) [LefroEC,HisLAP1].

Leigh, Richard [1675], Poems, Upon several Occasions, And, to several Persons. By the Author, of The Censure, of the Rota (London: Printed by Andr. Clark for William Hensman [etc.], 1675) [LeighR,PoemsUS].

Leighton, Robert [1869], Poems. By Robert Leighton: 2nd ed. (London: George Routledge, 1869) [LeighR,PoemsBR].

Leighton, Robert [1869], Scotch Words and the Bapteesement o' the Bairn. By Robert Leighton (London; New York: George Routledge, 1869) [LeighR,ScotcWA].

Leighton, Robert [1875], Reuben and Other Poems by Robert Leighton (London; Edinburgh: Daldy, Isbister, & Co.; J. Menzies & Co., 1875) [LeighR,ReubeAO].

Leighton, Robert [1880], Records and Other Poems: By the late Robert Leighton (London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1880) [LeighR,RecorAO].

Leighton, William [1603], Vertve trivmphant, Or a lively description of the fovre vertves cardinall: Dedicated to the Kings Maiestie (London: Printed by Melchisedech Bradwood for Matthew Lownes, 1603) [LeighW,VertvTO].

Leighton, William [1613], The teares or lamentations of a sorrowfull Soule. Set foorth by Sir William Leighton (London: Printed by Ralph Blower, 1613) [LeighW,TeareOL].

Lever, Christopher [1607], Queene Elizabeths Teares: or, Her resolute bearing the Christian Crosse, inflicted on her by the persecuting hands of Steuen Gardner Bishop of Winchester, in the bloodie time of Queene Marie. Written by Christopher Leuer (London: Printed ... by V. S. for Mathew Lownes [etc.], 1607) [LeverC,QueenET].

Lewicke, Edward [1937], Early English Versions of the Tale of Guiscarda and Ghismonda and Titus and Gisippus from The Decameron: Edited by Herbert G. Wright (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford: Oxford University Press, 1937) [LewicE,EarlyEV].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1799], The love of gain: A poem. Imitated from the thirteenth satire of Juvenal. By M. G. Lewis (London: Printed for J. Bell, 1799) [LewisMG,LoveOGA].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1801], Songs, &c. In the romantic drama of Adelmorn, the outlaw. First performed at Drury Lane theatre on Monday, May 4, 1801. The overture and music entirely new, composed by Mr. Kelly (London: Printed for J. Bell ... By Wilks and Taylor [etc.], 1801) [LewisMG,SongsAI].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1804], The Wild Wreath. Dedicated (by Permission) to H. R. H. the Duchess of York. By M. E. Robinson (London: For Richard Phillips ... By Mercier & Co., 1804) [LewisMG,WildWDB].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1805], Tales of Wonder; Written and collected by M. G. Lewis (Dublin: Printed for P. Wogan [etc.], 1805) [LewisMG,TalesOW].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1808], Tales of Terror; With an introductory dialogue (London: Printed for R. Faulder, J. Walker, Scratcherd and Letterman, R. Lea, Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, B. Crosby and Co., J. Bell, T. Goddard, and T. Wilson, 1808) [LewisMG,TalesOT].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1809], Monody on the death of Sir John Moore. By M. G. Lewis. Recited at Drury - Lane Theatre by Mrs Powell, prohibited on the third night by the Lord Chamberlain, and quoted by Mr Tierney in the House of Commons on Tuesday May 9 (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme [etc.], 1809) [LewisMG,MonodOT].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1812], Poems. By M. G. Lewis (London: Printed by D. N. Shury ... And sold by Hatchard, 1812) [LewisMG,PoemsBM].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1827], The Isle of Devils. A Historical Tale, Funnded on an Anecdote in the Annals of Portugal. (From an unpublished Manuscript.) By M. G. Lewis (Kingston, Jamaica: Printed at the Courant and Advertiser Office, 1827) [LewisMG,IsleODA].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1830], Crazy Jane. Together with Kathleen Thail [etc.] (Waterford: W. Kelly, [1830?]) [LewisMG,CrazyJT].

Lewis, Matthew Gregory [1839], The life and correspondence of M. G. Lewis ... With many pieces in prose and verse, never before published. In two volumes (London: Henry Colburn, 1839) [LewisMG,LifeACO].

Leyden, John [1819], The Poetical Remains of the late Dr. John Leyden, with Memoirs of his Life, by the Rev. James Morton (London; Edinburgh: Printed by Strahan and Spottiswoode ... for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; and A. Constable and Co., 1819) [LeydeJ,PoetiRO].

Libel of English Policy [1926], The libelle of Englyshe polycye: a poem on the use of sea - power: 1436: Edited by Sir George Warner (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1926) [LibelOE,LibelOE].

Lichfield, William [1911], (In [The Complaint of God to Sinful Man, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englishe Philologie. Unter Mitwirkung von Ewald Flügel: Herausgegeben von Eugen Einenkel. Nebst einem Beiblatt herausgegeben von Max Fr. Mann. Band XXXIV. Neue Folge Band XXII (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1911)) [LichfW,].

Life of St Gregory's Mother, The [1548], Here after foloweth the lyfe of saynt Gregoryes mother (London: Emprynted ... By John Mychell, [1548]) [LifeOSG,HereAFT].

Lindsay, Lady Anne, afterwards Barnard [1938], "Auld Robin Gray": A ballad: Reprinted from the rare Bannatyne Club edition of 1825. Edited, with notes, by J. L. Weir (Brechin: D. H. Edwards, 1938) [LindsLA,AuldRGA].

Lindsay, Sir David [1931], The Works of Sir David Lindsay of the Mount ... Edited by Douglas Hamer (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1931 - 1936) [LindsSD,WorksOS].

Linton, William James [1845], Bob - Thin: Or the poorhouse fugitive: By W. J. Linton: Illustrated by T. Sibson -- W. B. Scott -- E. Duncan -- W. J. Linton (: [Privately printed], 1845) [LintoWJ,BobTOTP].

Linton, William James [1865], Claribel and Other Poems. By W. J. Linton (London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1865) [LintoWJ,ClariAO].

Linton, William James [1867], Ireland for the Irish: Rhymes and Reasons Against Landlordism with a Preface on Fenianism and Republicanism. By W. J. Linton, Formerly of the Irish "Nation" (New York: The American News Company, 1867) [LintoWJ,IrelaFT].

Linton, William James [1871], The House that Tweed Built: Dedicated to Every True Reformer [Republican or Democrat] (New York: American News Company, [1871]) [LintoWJ,HouseTT].

Linton, William James [1875], Famine: A Masque (Hamden, Conn.: Appledore U.S. Press, 1875) [LintoWJ,FaminAM].

Linton, William James [1875], Pot - Pourri (New York: S. W. Green, [1875]) [LintoWJ,PotP].

Linton, William James [1876], The American Odyssey: Adventures of Ulysses (So much as may interest the present time); Exposed, in modest hudibrastic measure, by Abel Reid and A. N. Broome ... To which is appended an allegory of King Augeas (Washington: Printed for the Author, 1876) [LintoWJ,AmeriOA].

Linton, William James [1889], Poems and Translations by W. J. Linton (London: John C. Nimmo, 1889) [LintoWJ,PoemsAT].

Linton, William James [1891], Catoninetales: A Domestic Epic: By Hattie Brown: A young lady of colour lately deceased at the age of 14 ([Hamden, Conn.]: Appledore U.S. Press, [1891]) [LintoWJ,CatonAD].

Linton, William James [1892], Heliconundrums ([Hamden, Conn.]: [Appledore U.S. Press], [1892]) [LintoWJ,Helic].

Linton, William James [1893], A Christmas Carol ([Hamden, Conn.]: [Appledore U.S. Press], [1893]) [LintoWJ,ChrisC].

Linton, William James [1895], Love - Lore and Other, Early and Late Poems: W. J. Linton (Hamden, Conn.: Appledore Press, 1895) [LintoWJ,LoveLAO].

Linton, William James [1895], Ultima Verba ([Hamden, Conn.]: Appledore Private Press, 1895) [LintoWJ,UltimV].

Lisle, William [1595], Babilon, a part of the seconde weeke of Gvillavme de Salvste Seignevr dv Bartas, With the Commentarie, and marginall Notes of S. G. S. Englished by William Lisle (London: Imprinted by Ed. Bollisant for Richard Watkins, 1595) [LisleW,BabilAP].

Lisle, William [1598], The Colonies of Bartas. VVith the Commentarie of S. G. S. in diuerse places corrected and enlarged by the Translatour (London: Printed by R. F. for Thomas Man, 1598) [LisleW,ColonOB].

Lisle, William [1623], Saxon Treatise Concerning the Old and New Testament. Written abovt the Time of King Edgar (700 yeares agoe) by Aelfricvs Aebas, thought to be the same that was afterward Archbishop of Canterbvrie. Whereby appeares what was the Canon of holy Scripture here then receiued, and that the Church of England had it so long agoe in her Mother tongue. Now First Pvblished in Print with English of our times, by William Lisle ... The Originall remaining still to be seene in Sr Robert Cottons Librarie, at the end of his lesser Copie of the Saxon Pentatevch. And herevnto is added ovt of the Homilies and Epistles of the fore - said Aefricvs, a second Edition of A Testimonie of Antiquite, &c. touching the Sacrament of the Bodie and Bloud of the Lord, here publikely preached and receiued in the Saxons time, &c. (London: Printed by Iohn Haviland for Henrie Seile [etc.], 1623) [LisleW,SaxonTC].

Lisle, William [1631], The Faire Aethiopian. Dedicated to the King and Qveene. By their Maiesties most humble Subiect and Seruant, William Lisle (London: Printed by Iohn Haviland [etc.], 1631) [LisleW,FaireAD].

Lisle, William [1637], Fovre bookes of Du Bartas: I. The Arke, II. Babylon, III. The Colonnyes, IIII. The Columues or Pyllars: In French and English, for the Instrvction and Pleasvre of Svch as Delight in Both Langvages. By William Lisle ... Together with a large Commentary by S. G. S. (London: Printed by T: Paine, for Francis Egelsfielde [etc.], 1637) [LisleW,FovreBO].

Lithgow, William [1618], The Pilgrimes Farewell, To his Natiue Countrey of Scotland: Wherein is contained, in way of Dialogue, The Joyes and Miseries of Peregrination. With his Lamentado in his second Trauels, his Passionado on the Rhyne, Diuerse other Insertings, and Farewels, to Noble Personages, And, The Heremites Welcome to his Third Pilgrimage, &c. Worthie to be seene and read of all gallant Spirits, and Pompe - expecting eyes. By William Lithgow (Edinburgh: Imprinted ... by Andro Hart, 1618) [LithgW,PilgrFT].

Lithgow, William [1633], Scotlands Welcome to her Native Sonne, and Soveraigne Lord, King Charles: Wherein is also contained, the maner of His Coronation, and Convocation of Parliament; The whole Grievances, and abuses of the Common - wealth of this Kingdome, with diverse other relations, never heretofore published. Worthy to be by all the Nobles and Gentry perused; and to be layd vp in the hearts, and chests of the whole Commouns, whose interests may best claime it, either in meane, or maner, from which their Priuiledges, and fortunes are drawne, as from the Loadstar of true direction. By William Lithgovv (Edinburgh: Printed by Iohn Wreittovn, [1633]) [LithgW,ScotlWT].

Lithgow, William [1640], The Gushing Teares of Godly Sorrow. Containing, The Causes, Conditions, and Remedies of Sinne, Depending mainly upon Contrition and Confession. And they seconded, with Sacred and Comfortable passages, under the mourning Cannopie of Teares, and Repentance ... By William Lithgovv (Edinburgh: Printed by Robert Bryson ... At the expences of the Authour, 1640) [LithgW,GushiTO].

Lithgow, William [1863], The Poetical Remains of William Lithgow, the Scotish traveller. M.DC.XVIII. -- M.DC.LX. Now first collected (Edinburgh: Thomas George Stevenson, 1863) [LithgW,PoetiRO].

Livingstone, Michael [1680], Albion's Congratulatory; or, A Poem, Upon the High and Mighty Prince James Duke of Albany and York, His Return into Scotland. Presented to His Royal Highness, By. M. L. (Edinburgh: Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson [etc.], 1680) [LivinM,AlbioCO].

Livingstone, Michael [1680], Albion's Elegie: or, A Poem Upon the High and Mighty Prince James Duke of Albany and York, His Departure from Scotland. Presented to His Royal Highness, By M. L. (Edinburgh: Printed by The Heir of Andrew Anderson [etc.], 1680) [LivinM,AlbioEO].

Livingstone, Michael [1680], Augustis, ac Praepotentibus heroibus Jacobo & Marae, Albaniae & Eboraci Ducibus, Poema Streneticum Amoebaeum gratulabundus vovet ([Edinburgh?]: , [1680]) [LivinM,AugusAP].

Livingstone, Michael [1680], Celsissimo Principi, Gulielmo, Hamiltoniae Duci, &c. Poematûm Bellaria (Edinburgh: , [1680]) [LivinM,CelsiPG].

Livingstone, Michael [1682], Patronus redux: Or our Protectour Is return'd safe again. An Historicall Poem ... Composed by M. L. (Edinburgh: Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson, 1682) [LivinM,PatroRO].

Lloyd, Charles [1795], Poems on various subjects by Charles Lloyd (Carlisle: Printed by F. Jollie for J. Richardson ... and sold by C. Law ... T. Pearson [etc.], 1795) [LloydC,PoemsOV].

Lloyd, Charles [1796], Poems on The Death of Priscilla Farmer, by her grandson Charles Lloyd (Bristol: Printed by N. Biggs, And Sold by James Phillips [etc.], 1796) [LloydC,PoemsOT].

Lloyd, Charles [1797], Poems by S. T. Coleridge, Second edition. To which are now added: Poems by Charles Lamb and Charles Lloyd (London: Printed by N. Biggs for J. Cottle [etc.], 1797) [LloydC,PoemsBS].

Lloyd, Charles [1798], Blank verse, by Charles Lloyd and Charles Lamb (London: Printed by T. Bensley for John and Arthur Arch [etc.], 1798) [LloydC,BlankVB].

Lloyd, Charles [1819], Nugae Canorae. Poems by Charles Lloyd ... Third Edition, with Additions (London: Printed for J. and A. Arch, 1819) [LloydC,NugaeCP].

Lloyd, Charles [1821], Desultory Thoughts in London, Titus and Gisippus, with Other Poems. By Charles Lloyd (London: Charles and Henry Baldwyn, 1821) [LloydC,DesulTI].

Lloyd, Charles [1821], Poetical essays on the character of Pope, as a poet and moralist; and on the language and objects most fit for poetry. By Charles Lloyd (London: Charles and Henry Baldwyn, 1821) [LloydC,PoetiEO].

Lloyd, Charles [1822], The Duke D'Ormond, a tragedy; and Beritola, a tale. By Charles Lloyd (London; Birmingham: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown and C. and H. Baldwyn; Beilby and Knotts, 1822) [LloydC,DukeDAT].

Lloyd, Charles [1823], Poems. By Charles Lloyd (London; Birmingham: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown; C. and H. Baldwyn; Beilby and Knotts, 1823) [LloydC,PoemsBC].

Lloyd, Evan [1766], The Curate. A Poem. Inscribed to All the Curates in England and Wales. By the Author of the Powers of the Pen (London: Printed for the Author; and Sold by Richardson and Urquhart [etc.], 1766) [LloydE,CuratAP].

Lloyd, Evan [1766], The Methodist. A Poem. By [Evan Lloyd]. Author of The Powers of the Pen, and The Curate (London: Printed for the author; and sold by Richardson and Urquhart [etc.], 1766) [LloydE,MethoAP].

Lloyd, Evan [1767], Conversation. A Poem. By E. Lloyd (London: Printed for the Author; And sold by Richardson and Urquhart [etc.], 1767) [LloydE,ConveAP].

Lloyd, Evan [1768], The Powers of the Pen. A poem addressed to John Curre ... By E. Lloyd ... The second edition, with large additions (London: Printed for the author. Sold by Richardson and Urquhart [etc.], 1768) [LloydE,PowerOT].

Lloyd, Evan [1773], An Epistle to David Garrick, Esq. By E. Lloyd (London: Printed for the Author: And sold by Messrs. Richardson and Urquhart [etc.], 1773) [LloydE,EpistTD].

Lloyd, Lodowick [1573], The Breuiary of Britayne: As this most noble, and renowmed Iland, was of auncient time deuided into three Kingdomes, England, Scotland and Wales, Contayning a learned discourse of the variable state, & alteration therof, vnder diuers, as wel natural: as foren princes, & Conquerors: Together with the Geographicall description of the same, such as nether by elder, nor later writers, the like hath been set foorth before. Written in Latin by Humfrey Lhuyd of Denbigh, a Cambre Britayne, and lately englished by Thomas Twyne (: , 1573) [LloydL,BreuiOB].

Lloyd, Lodowick [1573], The pilgrimage of Princes penned out of sundry Greeke and Latine aucthours, by Lodovvicke Lloid (London: Printed by VVilliam Iones [etc.], [1573]) [LloydL,PilgrOP].

Lloyd, Lodowick [1576], An Epitaph vpon the death of the honorable, syr Edward Saunders Knight, Lorde cheefe Baron of the Exchequer, who dyed the 19. of Nouember. 1576 (: , 1576) [LloydL,EpitaVT].

Lloyd, Lodowick [1586], Certaine Englishe Verses, presented vnto the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, by a Courtier: In ioy of the most happie disclosing, of the most dangerous conspiracies pretended by the late executed Traitours, against her royall person, and the whole Estate (London: Printed by Henrie Haslop [etc.], 1586) [LloydL,CertaEV].

Lloyd, Lodowick [1607], Hilaria: or The Trivmphant Feast for the fift of August (London: Imprinted ... by Simon Stafford [etc.], 1607) [LloydL,HilarOT].

Lloyd, Lodowick [1607], The Choyce of Iewels. By Lodowick Lloid (London: Printed by Thomas Purfoot, 1607) [LloydL,ChoycOI].

Lloyd, Lodowick [1810], [A Dittie made to the Queenes maj. Eliz., in] The British Bibliographer. By Sir Egerton Brydges ... Volume I (London: Printed for R. Triphook ... by T. Bensley [etc.], 1810) [LloydL,ADMTTQM].

Lloyd, Richard [1584], A briefe discourse of the most renowned actes and right valiant conquests of those puisant Princes, called the Nine worthies: Wherein is Declared their seuerall proportions and dispositions, and what Armes euerie one gaue, as also in what time ech of them liued, and how at the length they ended their liues. Compiled by Richard Lloyd (London: Imprinted ... by R. Warde [etc.], 1584) [LloydR,BriefDO].

Lloyd, Robert [1760], Two Odes [with George Colman] (London: Printed for H. Payne [etc.], 1760) [LloydR,TwoOWGC].

Lloyd, Robert [1762], Poems by Robert Lloyd (London: Printed ... By Dryden Leach; And Sold by T. Davies [etc.], 1762) [LloydR,PoemsBR].

Lloyd, Robert [1774], The Poetical Works of Robert Lloyd ... To Which is Prefixed an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author. By W. Kenrick ... In Two Volumes (London: Printed for T. Evans, 1774) [LloydR,PoetiWO].

Lluelyn, Martin [1646], Men - Miracles. With other Poemes. By M. LL. St: ([Oxford]: [H. Hall], 1646) [LluelM,MenMWOP].

Lluelyn, Martin [1653], Anatomical exercitations, Concerning the generation Of Living Creatures: To which are added Particular Discourses, of Births, and of Conceptions, &c. by William Harvey (London: Printed by James Young, for Octavian Pulleyn [etc.], 1653) [LluelM,AnatoEC].

Lluelyn, Martin [1660], An Elegie On the Death of the most Illustrious Prince, Henry Duke of Glocester. By Martin LLuelyn (Oxford: Printed by Hen. Hall ... for Ric. Davis, 1660) [LluelM,ElegiOT].

Lluelyn, Martin [1660], To the Kings most excellent majesty ([London]: , [1660]) [LluelM,ToTKMEM].

Lluelyn, Martin [1672], Wickham Wakened, or, The Quakers Madrigall In Rime Dogrell ([Oxford]: [William Hall], 1672) [LluelM,WickhWO].

Locker - Lampson, Frederick [1865], A Selection from the Works of Frederick Locker. With illustrations by Richard Doyle (London: Edward Moxon, 1865) [LockeLF,SelecFT].

Locker - Lampson, Frederick [1904], London lyrics by Frederick Locker Lampson: With introduction and notes by Austin Dobson (London; New York: Macmillan and Co.; The Macmillan Company, 1904) [LockeLF,LondoLB].

Lodge, Thomas [1584], An Alarum against Usurers. Containing tryed experiences against worldly abuses. Wherein gentlemen may finde good counsells to confirme them, and pleasant histories to delight them: and euery thing so interlaced with variety; as the curious may be satisfied with rarenesse, and the curteous with pleasure. Heere unto are annexed the delectable historie of Forbonius and Prisceria: with the lamentable complaint of truth [etc.] (London: Imprinted ... by T. Este, for Sampson Clarke [etc.], 1584) [LodgeT,AlaruAU].

Lodge, Thomas [1589], Scillaes Metamorphosis: Enterlaced with the vnfortunate loue of Glaucus. VVhereunto is annexed the delectable discourse of the discontented Satyre: with sundrie other most absolute Poems and Sonnets. Contayning the detestable tyrannie of Disdaine, and Comicall triumph of Constancie: Verie fit for young Courtiers to peruse, and coy Dames to remember. By Thomas Lodge (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Jhones [etc.], 1589) [LodgeT,ScillME].

Lodge, Thomas [1590], The censure of Thomas Lodge Gent: upon the Authors Booke (1590) (In The writing schoolmaster: Conteining three Bookes in one; The first, teaching Swift writing; The second, True writing; The third, Faire writing: The first Booke, Entituled; The Arte Of Brachygraphie ... The Second Boooke: Named; The Order Of Orthographie ... The Third Booke; is, The Key Of Calygraphie ... Inuented by Peter Bales. I. Ianu. 1590 (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Orwin [etc.], 1590)) [LodgeT,CensuOT].

Lodge, Thomas [1591], The Famous, true and historicall life of Robert second Duke of Normandy, surnamed for his monstrous birth and behauiour, Robin the Diuell. Wherein is contained his dissolute life in his youth, his deuout reconcilement and vertues in his age: Interlaced with many straunge and miraculous aduentures. Wherein are both causes of profite, and manie conceits of pleasure. By T. L. G. (London: Imprinted ... for N. L. and Iohn Bushie [etc.], 1591) [LodgeT,FamouTA].

Lodge, Thomas [1592], Euphues Shadow, The Battaile of the Sences. Wherein youthfull folly is set downe in his right figure, and vaine fancies are prooued to produce many offences. Hereunto is annexed the Deafe mans Dialogue, contayning Philamis Athanatos: fit for all sortes to peruse, and the better sorte to practise. By T. L. (London: Printed by Abell Ieffes, for Iohn Busbie [etc.], 1592) [LodgeT,EuphuST].

Lodge, Thomas [1592], Rosalynde. Euphues golden Legacie, found after his death in his Cell at Silexedra. Bequeathed to Philavtvs Sonnes, noursed vp with their Father in England. Fetcht from the Canaries by T. L. Gent (London: Printed by Abel Ieffes for T. G. and Iohn Busbie, 1592) [LodgeT,RosalEG].

Lodge, Thomas [1593], Phillis: Honoured with Pastorall Sonnets, Elegies, and amorous delights. VVhere - vnto is annexed, the tragicall complaynt of Elstred (London: Printed for Iohn Busbie [etc.], 1593) [LodgeT,PhillHW].

Lodge, Thomas [1593], The Life and Death of William Long beard, the most famous and witty English Traitor, borne in the Citty of London. Accompanied with manye other most pleasant and prettie histories, By T. L. of Lincolns Inne, Gent. (London: Printed ... by Rychard Yardley and Peter Short [etc.], 1593) [LodgeT,LifeADO].

Lodge, Thomas [1595], A fig for Momus: Containing Pleasant varietie, included in Satyres, Eclogues, and Epistles, by T. L. (London: Printed for Clement Knight [etc.], 1595) [LodgeT,FigFMCP].

Lodge, Thomas [1596], A Margarite of America. By T. Lodge (London: Printed for Iohn Busbie [etc.], 1596) [LodgeT,MargaOA].

Lodge, Thomas [1600], Englands Helicon (London: Printed by I. R. for Iohn Flasket [etc.], 1600) [LodgeT,EnglaH].

Loe, William [1620], Songs of Sion. Set for the ioy of gods deere ones, vvho sitt here by the brookes of this vvorlds Babel, & vveepe vvhen they thinke on Hierusalem vvhich is on highe. By W. L. (Hamburg: , 1620) [LoeW,SongsOS].

Lofft, Capel, the younger [1868], Ernest: The Rule of Right. Second Edition (London: C. P. Alvey, 1868) [LofftCT,ErnesTR].

Logan, John [1782], Poems, By The Rev. Mr. Logan ([London]: [Printed for T. Cadell], 1782) [LoganJ,PoemsBT].

Lok, Henry [1597], Ecclesiastes, otherwise called the Preacher. Containing Salomons Sermons or Commentaries (as it may probably be collected) vpon the 49. Psalme of Dauid his father. Compendiously abridged, and also paraphrastically dilated in English poesie, according to the analogie of Scripture, and consent of the most approued writer thereof. Composed by H. L. Gentleman. Whereunto are annexed sundrie Sonets of Christian Passions heretofore printed, and now corrected and augmented, with other affectionate Sonets of a feeling conscience of the same Authors (London: Printed by Richard Field [etc.], 1597) [LokH,EccleOC].

Lord's Prayer [1530], A metricall declaration of the .vij. petitions of the pater noster ([London]: , [1530?]) [LordsP,MetriDO].

Lovelace, Richard [1649], Lucasta: Epodes, Odes, Sonnets, Songs, &c. To which is added Aramantha, A Pastorall. By Richard Lovelace (London: Printed by Tho. Harper, and are to be sold by Tho. Evvster [etc.], 1649) [LovelR,LucasEO].

Lovelace, Richard [1657], Voiture! (1657) (In Letters of Affaires: Love and Courtship. Written to several persons of Honour and Quality; By the Exquisite pen of Monsieur de Voiture, A member of the Famous French Academy established at Paris by Cardinall de Richelieu. English'd by J. D. (London: Printed for T. Dring and J. Starkey [etc.], 1657)) [LovelR,Voitu1].

Lovelace, Richard [1659], Lucasta. Posthume Poems of Richard Lovelace (London: Printed by William Godbid for Clement Darby, 1659 - 1660) [LovelR,LucasPP].

Lovelich, Henry [Herry] [1904], Merlin, a Middle - English metrical version of a French romance, by Herry Lovelich ... (AB. 1450 A.D.), edited from the unique ms. 80 in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, with an introduction, notes, and glossaries by Dr. Ernst A. Kock (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1904) [LovelHH,MerliAM].

Lovelich, Henry [Herry] [1905], The Legend of the Holy Grail, its Sources, Character and Development, by Dorothy Kempe. The introduction to, and Part V of, Herry Lovelich's verse `History of the Holy Grail,' (London; Berlin: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.; Asher & Co., 1905) [LovelHH,LegenOT].

Lovell, Thomas [1581], A Dialogve between Custom and Veritie concerning the use and abuse of Dauncing and Minstrelsie (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Allde, [1581]) [LovelT,DialoBC].

Lover, Samuel [1858], Songs and ballads by Samuel Lover. Fourth edition (London: Houlston and Wright, 1858) [LoverS,SongsAB].

Lover, Samuel [1860], Metrical Tales and other poems by Samuel Lover: Illustrated by W. Harvey, Hablot K. Browne, Kenny Meadows, F. Skill, and P. Skelton (London: Houlston and Wright, 1860) [LoverS,MetriTA].

Lover, Samuel [1861], Original Songs for The Rifle Volunteers. By Samuel Lover, Charles Mackay, and Thomas Miller. (Many of them Adapted to Household Tunes) (London: C. H. Clarke, 1861) [LoverS,OrigiSF].

Lovibond, Edward [1785], Poems on several occasions. By the late Edward Lovibond (London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1785) [LovibE,PoemsOS].

Luttrell, Henry [1822], Letters to Julia, in Rhyme ... Third Edition. To which are added: Lines Written at Ampthill - Park. By Henry Luttrell (London: John Murray, 1822) [LuttrH,LetteTJ].

Luttrell, Henry [1827], Crockford - House, A Rhapsody. In Two Cantos. A Rhymer in Rome (London: John Murray, 1827) [LuttrH,CrockHA].

Lyall, Sir Alfred Comyns [1907], Poems by Sir Alfred C. Lyall: Revised and Slightly Enlarged from "Verses Written in India" (Sixth Edition) (London; New York: George Routledge & Sons; E. P. Dutton & Co., [1907]) [LyallSA,PoemsBS].

Lydgate, John [1511], This present boke called the Gouernaunce of Kynges and prynces: Imprynted at the comaundement of the good and honourable syre Charles Somerset Lorde Herbert: and Chaumberleyne unto oure Soueraygne lorde kynge Henry the .viii. (London: Imprynted ... by Rycharde Prynson, 1511) [LydgaJ,ThisPBC].

Lydgate, John [1879], The Lay Folks Mass Book or The Manner of Hearing Mass with Rubrics and Devotions for the People: In four texts: And Offices in English according to the Use of York: From manuscripts of the Xth to the XVth century: With appendix, notes, and glossary by Thomas Frederick Simmons (: Published for The Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co., 1879) [LydgaJ,LayFMBO].

Lydgate, John [1882], [S. Albon und Amphabel, Ein Legendenepros in 3 Bücher ... nach der Editio von S. Albans: Edirt von Dr. Carl Horstmann, in] Eine Festschrift der Realschule zu Berlin, 1882 (Berlin: Die Realschule zu Berlin, 1882) [LydgaJ,SAUAELI].

Lydgate, John [1891], Lydgate's Temple of Glas. Edited with introduction and notes by J. Schick (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1891) [LydgaJ,LydgaTO].

Lydgate, John [1894], Lydgate and Burgh's Secrees of old Philisoffres. A version of the `Secreta Secretorum': Edited from the Sloane MS. 2464, with introduction, notes and glossary, by Robert Steele (London: Publisht for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1894) [LydgaJ,LydgaAB].

Lydgate, John [1894], [Minor poems, in] The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: Edited, from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat: [Vol. VII: Being a supplement to The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer] (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1894 - 1897) [LydgaJ,MinorPI].

Lydgate, John [1896], The Assembly of Gods: or The Accord of Reason and Sensuality in the Fear of Death by John Lydgate. Edited from the mss. with introduction, notes, index of persons and places, and glossary, by Oscar Lovell Triggs (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1896) [LydgaJ,AssemOG].

Lydgate, John [1899], The Pilgrimage of the Life of Man, Englisht by John Lydgate, A.D. 1426, from the French of Guillaume De Deguileville, A.D. 1330, 1355. The Text Edited by F. J. Furnivall ... With Introduction, Notes, Glossary and Indexes by Katharine B. Locock (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1899, 1901, 1904) [LydgaJ,PilgrOT].

Lydgate, John [1900], Lydgate's Minor Poems. The Two Nightingale Poems. Edited from the mss. with introduction, notes and glossary by Otto Glauning (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1900) [LydgaJ,LydgaMP].

Lydgate, John [1901], Lydgate's Reson and Sensuallyte: Edited from the Fairfax MS. 16 (Bodleian) and the additional MS. 29,729 (Brit. Mus.) by Ernst Sieper (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1901) [LydgaJ,LydgaRA].

Lydgate, John [1902], A New Ploughman's Tale: Thomas Hoccleve's Legend of the Virgin and her Sleeveless Garment, with a spurious link. Edited from MS. CLII, Christ Church, Oxford (Chaucer's Canterbury Tales) by Arthur Beatty. Paralleled with another copy from Mr. Israel Gollancz's edition of Hoccleve's Minor Poems, Part II (p. 21 - 5, E. E. T. Soc.) from the Ashburnham Quarto MS. 133 (London: Published for The Chaucer Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1902) [LydgaJ,NewPTTH].

Lydgate, John [1906], Lydgate's Troy Book. A.D. 1412 - 1420. Edited from the best manuscripts with introduction, notes, and glossary by Henry Bergen (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. ... and by Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, 1906 - 1935) [LydgaJ,LydgaTB].

Lydgate, John [1910], The Minor Poems of John Lydgate edited from all available mss. with an attempt to establish The Lydgate Canon: By Henry Noble MacCracken (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1910 - 1934) [LydgaJ,MinorPO].

Lydgate, John [1911], Lydgate's Siege of Thebes. Edited from all the known manuscripts and the two oldest editions, with introduction, notes, and a glossary, by Axel Erdmann (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. ... and by Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, 1911) [LydgaJ,LydgaSO].

Lydgate, John [1911], The serpent of division by John Lydgate the monk of Bury: edited, with introduction, notes, and a glossary by Henry Noble MacCracken (London; New Haven: Henry Frowde: Oxford University Press; Yale University Press, 1911) [LydgaJ,SerpeOD].

Lydgate, John [1912], [Verses on Queen Margaret's Entry into London, in] The Modern Language Review: A Quarterly Journal Devoted to the Study of Medieval and Modern Literature and Philology: Edited by J. G. Robertson G. C. Macaulay and H. Oelsner. Volume VII (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1912) [LydgaJ,VerseOQ].

Lydgate, John [1924], Lydgate's Fall of Princes: Edited by Dr. Henry Bergen ... presented to The Early English Text Society by The Carnegie Institution of Washington (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1924 - 1927) [LydgaJ,LydgaFO].

Lydgate, John [1931], The Dance of Death :Edited from mss. Ellesmere 26/A.13 and B. M. Lansdowne 699, collated with the other extant mss. By Florence Warren: With introduction, notes, etc. by Beatrice White (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1931) [LydgaJ,DanceOD].

Lydgate, John [1961], Duquesne Studies: Philological Series: 2: A critical edition of John Lydgate's Life of our Lady by Joseph A. Lauritis ... General editor: Ralph A. Klinefelter ... Vernon F. Gallagher (Pittsburgh; Louvain: Duquesne University; E. Nauwelaerts, 1961) [LydgaJ,DuqueSP].

Lyly, John [1902], The complete works of John Lyly now for the first time collected and edited from the earliest quartos with life, bibliography, essays, notes and index by R. Warwick Bond (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1902) [LylyJ,ComplWO].

Lynch, Thomas Toke [1856], Songs Controversial. By Silent Long (London: William Freeman, 1856) [LynchTT,SongsCB].

Lynch, Thomas Toke [1869], Memorials of Theophilus Trinal, Student. By Thomas T. Lynch. Third Edition, Enlarged (London: Chapman & Hall, 1869) [LynchTT,MemorOT].

Lyte, Henry Francis [1829], Tales in Verse Illustrative of The Several Petitions of The Lord's Prayer. By the Rev. H. F. Lyte. Second Edition (London: Marsh and Miller, 1829) [LyteHF,TalesIV].

Lyte, Henry Francis [1850], Remains of the late Rev. Henry Francis Lyte ... With a prefatory memoir by the editor (London: Francis & John Revington [etc.], 1850) [LyteHF,RemaiOT].

Lyte, Henry Francis [1868], Miscellaneous Poems by Henry Francis Lyte (London; Oxford: Rivingtons, 1868) [LyteHF,MiscePB].

Lyttleton, George, 1st Baron Lyttleton [1776], The works of George Lord Lyttelton; formerly printed separately: and now first collected together, with some other pieces never before printed. Published by George Edward Ayscough. The third edition. To which is added a general index (London: Published by George Edward Ayscough ... Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1776) [LyttlG1,WorksOG].

Lyttleton, George, 1st Baron Lyttleton [1777], Poems by the Right Honourable the late Lord Lyttleton (Glasgow: Printed by Andrew Foulis, 1777) [LyttlG1,PoemsBT].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1855], Clytemnestra, The Earl's Return, The Artist, and Other Poems. By Owen Meredith (London: Chapman and Hall, 1855) [LyttoER,ClyteTE].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1860], Lucile. By Owen Meredith (London: Chapman and Hall, 1860) [LyttoER,LucilBO].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1861], Tannhäuser; or, The Battle of the Bards. A Poem. By Neville Temple [J. H. C. Fane] and Edward Trevor [E. R. B. Lytton]. Third Edition (London: Chapman and Hall, 1861) [LyttoER,TannhOT].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1868], Chronicles and Characters: By Robert Lytton (Owen Meredith): In Two Volumes (London: Chapman and Hall, 1868) [LyttoER,ChronAC].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1869], Orval, or The Fool of Time; And Other Imitations and Paraphrases. By Robert Lytton (London: Chapman and Hall, 1869) [LyttoER,OrvalOT].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1869], The poems of Owen Meredith (Honble Robert Lytton.) Selected and revised by the author. Copyright edition. In two volumes (Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1869) [LyttoER,PoemsOO].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1874], Fables in Song. By Robert Lord Lytton (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1874) [LyttoER,FableIS].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1885], Glenaveril, or The Metamorphoses. By the Earl of Lytton (London: John Murray, 1885) [LyttoER,GlenaOT].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1887], After Paradise or Legends of Exile: With Other Poems: By Robert, Earl of Lytton (Owen Meredith) (London: David Stott, 1887) [LyttoER,AfterPO].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1892], King Poppy: By the Earl of Lytton (London; New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1892) [LyttoER,KingPBT].

Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer, 1st Earl of Lytton [1892], Marah. By Owen Meredith: 2nd ed. (London; New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1892) [LyttoER,MarahBO].

MacCarthy, Denis Florence [1857], Underglimpses, and Other Poems. By D. Florence Mac Carthy (London: David Bogue, 1857) [MaccaDF,UnderAO].

MacCarthy, Denis Florence [1884], Poems: By Denis Florence MacCarthy. Second Edition (Dublin: M. H. Gill and Son, 1884) [MaccaDF,PoemsBD].

MacNeill, Hector [1798], An advice from an old lover to a young wife on her marriage. By the author of Will and Jean. To which are added, verses written by Major Mordaunt, during the late German war (Glasgow: Printed for and sold by Brash & Reid, 1798) [MacneH,AdvicFA].

MacNeill, Hector [1806], The Poetical Works of Hector MacNeill ... A New Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. In Two Volumes (Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne & Co. For Mundell and Son [etc.], 1806) [MacneH,PoetiWO].

MacNeill, Hector [1808], The Pastoral, or Lyric Muse of Scotland; In Three Cantos. By Hector MacNeill (Edinburgh; London: Printed by George Ramsay and Company, for Archibald Constable and Company; Printed by George Ramsay and Company, for John Murray, 1808) [MacneH,PastoOL].

MacNeill, Hector [1810], Town fashions, or modern manners delineated, a satirical dialogue; with James and Mary, a rural tale (Edinburgh; London: Printed for William Blackwood [etc.], 1810) [MacneH,TownFOM].

MacNeill, Hector [1811], Bygane times, and late come changes; or, a Bridge street dialogue, in Scottish verse. By the author of Will and Jean (Edinburgh; London: Printed for William Blackwood ... and John Murray [etc.], 1811) [MacneH,ByganTA].

Mackay, Charles [1834], Songs and poems by Charles Mackay (London: Cochrane and McCrone, 1834) [MackaC,SongsAP].

Mackay, Charles [1840], The Hope of the World and other poems by Charles Mackay (London: Richard Bentley, 1840) [MackaC,HopeOTW].

Mackay, Charles [1848], The Drunkard's Children: A Sequel to "The Bottle" ([London]: , [1848]) [MackaC,DrunkCA].

Mackay, Charles [1848], Town Lyrics, and Other Poems. By Charles Mackay (London: D. Bogue, 1848) [MackaC,TownLAO].

Mackay, Charles [1850], Egeria, or, The Spirit of Nature and Other Poems. By Charles Mackay (London: David Bogue, 1850) [MackaC,EgeriOT].

Mackay, Charles [1852], The reason why (Manchester; London: Printed for the Anti Corn Law League, by Bradshaw and Blacklock, [1852]) [MackaC,ReasoW].

Mackay, Charles [1856], Ballads and Lyrical poems. By Charles Mackay ... Second edition (London; New York: G. Routledge & Co., 1856) [MackaC,BallaAL].

Mackay, Charles [1856], The Salamandrine; or, Love and Immortality. By Charles Mackay. Third Edition (London: G. Routledge & Co., 1856) [MackaC,SalamOL].

Mackay, Charles [1856], The lump of gold: and other poems. By Charles Mackay (London; New York: G. Routledge & Co., 1856) [MackaC,LumpOGA].

Mackay, Charles [1857], Legends of the isles and Highland Gatherings. By Charles Mackay. Second Edition (London; New York: G. Routledge & Co., 1857) [MackaC,LegenOT].

Mackay, Charles [1857], Under Green Leaves: By Charles Mackay (London: G. Routledge & Co., 1857) [MackaC,UnderGL].

Mackay, Charles [1857], Voices from the Mountains. By Charles Mackay: 2nd ed. (London; New York: G. Routledge, 1857) [MackaC,VoiceFT].

Mackay, Charles [1857], Voices from the crowd, and town lyrics. By Charles Mackay. Fifth and revised edition (London; New York: G. Routledge & Co., 1857) [MackaC,VoiceFT].

Mackay, Charles [1859], The Collected Songs of Charles Mackay. With Illustrations by John Gilbert (London: G. Routledge & Co., 1859) [MackaC,ColleSO].

Mackay, Charles [1861], Original Songs for The Rifle Volunteers. By Samuel Lover, Charles Mackay, and Thomas Miller. (Many of them Adapted to Household Tunes) (London: C. H. Clarke, 1861) [MackaC,OrigiSF].

Mackay, Charles [1864], Studies from the Antique and Sketches from Nature. By Charles Mackay (London: Virtue Brothers & Co., 1864) [MackaC,StudiFT].

Mackay, Charles [1869], The souls of the children. By Charles Mackay (Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1869) [MackaC,SoulsOT].

Mackay, Charles [1884], Interludes and Undertones, or, Music at Twilight. By Charles Mackay (London: Chatto and Windus, 1884) [MackaC,InterAU].

Mackay, Charles [1890], A Man's Heart: A Poem. By Charles Mackay (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1890) [MackaC,MansHAP].

Mackay, Charles [1890], Gossamer and Snowdrift: The Posthumous Poems of Charles Mackay. With an Introduction by his Son, Eric Mackay (London: George Allen, 1890) [MackaC,GossaAS].

Mackay, Charles [], The life - boat (London: A. Ryal and Co., ) [MackaC,LifeB].

Macpherson, James [1805], The poems of Ossian, &c. containing the Poetical Works of James Macpherson, Esq. in prose and rhyme: with notes and illustrations by Malcolm Laing. In two volumes (Edinburgh; London: Printed by James Ballantyne for Archibald Constable and Co.; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Cadell and Davies, and J. Mawman, 1805) [MacphJ,PoemsOO].

Maginn, William [1855], Miscellaneous writings of the late Dr. Maginn edited by Dr. Shelton Mackenzie (New York: Redfield, 1855 - 1857) [MaginW,MisceWO].

Maginn, William [1885], Miscellanies: Prose and Verse. By William Maginn. Edited by R. W. Montagu. Two Volumes (London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1885) [MaginW,MiscePA].

Maid Emlyn [1525], Here is the boke of mayd Emlyn that had .v. husbandes and all kockoldes she wold make theyr berdes whether they wold or no / and gyue them to were a praty hoode full of belles (London: Imprynted ... by ... Iohn Skot [etc.], [c.1525]) [MaidE,HereITB].

Maitland, Sir Richard, of Lethington [1830], The poems of Sir Richard Maitland, of Lethingtoun ... With an appendix of selections from the poems of Sir John Maitland Lord Thirlestane, and of Thomas Maitland (Glasgow: , 1830) [MaitlSR,PoemsOS].

Mallet, David [1725], A Poem, In Imitation of Donaides, By David Malloch ([Edinburgh]: , [1725]) [MalleD,PoemIIO].

Mallet, David [1743], Poems on several occasions. By Mr. Mallet (London: Printed for A. Millar [etc.], 1743) [MalleD,PoemsOS].

Mallet, David [1762], Poems on Several Occasions: By David Mallet (London: Printed for A. Millar, 1762) [MalleD,PoemsOS].

Mallock, William Hurrell [1871], Newdigate Prize Poem. The Isthmus of Suez: Recited In the Theatre, Oxford, June 14, 1871, by William Hurrell Mallock (Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton & Son, 1871) [MalloWH,NewdiPP].

Mallock, William Hurrell [1880], Poems, by William Hurrell Mallock (London: Chatto and Windus, 1880) [MalloWH,PoemsBW].

Mallock, William Hurrell [1880], Poems. By William Hurrell Mallock (London: Chatto & Windus, 1880) [MalloWH,PoemsBW].

Mallock, William Hurrell [1893], Verses by W. H. Mallock (London: Hutchinson & Co., 1893) [MalloWH,VerseBW].

Mallock, William Hurrell [1900], Lucretius on life and death: In the metre of Omar Khayyám: To which are appended parallel passages from the original: By W. H. Mallock (London: Adam and Charles Black, 1900) [MalloWH,LucreOL].

Mandeville, Bernard [1704], Aesop Dress'd; or A Collection of Fables Writ in Familiar Verse. By B. Mandeville (London: , [1704]) [MandeB,AesopDO].

Mandeville, Bernard [1704], Typhon: or the wars Between the Gods and Giants: a Burlesque Poem In Imitation of the Comical Mons. Scarron (London: Printed for J. Pero ... and S. Illidge ... and sold by J. Nutt [etc.], 1704) [MandeB,TyphoOT].

Mandeville, Bernard [1705], The Grumbling Hive: Or, Knaves Turn'd Honest ([London]: , 1705) [MandeB,GrumbHO].

Mandeville, Bernard [1712], Wishes to a godson, with other miscellany poems. By B. M. (London: Printed for J. Baker [etc.], 1712) [MandeB,WisheTA].

Mangan, James Clarence [1903], Poems of James Clarence Mangan: (Many hitherto uncollected): Centenary edition: Edited, with preface and notes by D. J. O'Donoghue: Introduction by John Mitchel (Dublin; London: O'Donoghue & Co.; M. H. Gill & Son; A. H. Bullen, 1903) [MangaJC,PoemsOJ].

Mannyng, Robert, of Brunne [1875], Meditations on the Supper of our Lord, and the Hours of the Passion, by Cardinal John Bonaventura the Seraphic Doctor. Drawn into English verse by Robert Manning of Brunne. (About 1315 - 1330.) Edited ... with introduction and glossary by J. Meadows Cowper (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1875) [MannyRO,MeditOT].

Mannyng, Robert, of Brunne [1887], The Story of England by Robert Manning of Brunne, A.D. 1338. Edited from mss. at Lambeth Palace and the Inner Temple, by Frederick J. Furnivall (London: Printed for Her Majesty's Stationery Office, by Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1887) [MannyRO,StoryOE].

Mannyng, Robert, of Brunne [1901], Robert of Brunne's "Handlyng Synne," A.D. 1303, with those parts of the Anglo - French treatise on which it was founded, William of Wadington's "Manuel des Pechiez," Re - edited ... by Frederick J. Furnivall (London; Berlin: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.; Asher & Co., 1901 - 1903) [MannyRO,RoberOB].

Mant, Richard [1806], Poems by the Rev. Richard Mant (Oxford: At the University Press, for the Author [etc.], 1806) [MantR,PoemsBT].

Mant, Richard [1807], The Slave, and Other Poetical Pieces; Being an Appendix to Poems by The Rev. Richard Mant (Oxford: At the University Press, for the Author; And sold by J. Parker; and Longman and Rees [etc.], 1807) [MantR,SlaveAO].

Mant, Richard [1808], The Simpliciad; A Satirico - Didactic Poem containing Hints for the Scholars of the New School (London: Printed for John Joseph Stockdale, 1808) [MantR,SimplAS].

Mant, Richard [1830], Scriptural narratives of those passages in Our Blessed Lord's life and ministry, which are subjects of annual commemoration in the church: preceded by preliminary notices of the days on which they are commemorated, and followed by reflexions and collects: adapted to the greater holydays of the United Church of England and Ireland; and designed, together with biographical notices of the apostles, evangelists, and other saints, to form a course of reading on all the holydays of the church. By Richard Mant (Oxford; London: Printed by W. Baxter, for J. Parker; and C. J. G. and F. Rivington, 1830) [MantR,ScripNO].

Mant, Richard [1832], The Gospel Miracles; In A Series of Poetical Sketches: With Illustrative Conversations. By Richard Mant (London: J. G. & F. Rivington, 1832) [MantR,GospeMI].

Mant, Richard [1835], The British Months; A Poem, in Twelve Parts. By Richard Mant: In Two Volumes (London: John W. Parker, 1835) [MantR,BritiMA].

Mant, Richard [1837], The Happiness of the Blessed considered as to the Particulars of their State; their Recognition of Each Other in that State; and its Difference of Degrees. To which are added, Musings on the Church and her Services. By Richard Mant. Fourth Edition, with Additions (London: Printed for J. G. & F. Rivington, 1837) [MantR,HappiOT].

Mant, Richard [1847], The Sun - Dial of Armoy, A Poem, In Latin and English. By Richard, Lord Bishop of Down and Connor, and Dromore (Dublin; London: Hodges and Smith; F. and J. Rivington, 1847) [MantR,SunDOAA].

Mant, Richard [1848], The matin bell: or, the church's call to daily prayer. By Richard [Mant] (Oxford; London: John Henry Parker, 1848) [MantR,MatinBO].

Marbeck, John [1579], The holie Historie of King Dauid, wherein is chieflye learned these godly and wholesome lessons, that is: to haue sure patience in persecution, fine obedience to our Prince without rebellion: and also the true and most faithfull dealings of friendes Drawne into English Meetre for the youth to reade by Iohn Marbeck (London: Printed by Henrie Middleton for Iohn Harison, 1579) [MarbeJ,HolieHO].

Mardeley, John [1548], A declaration of thee power of Gods worde, concerning the holy supper of the Lord, confutynge all lyers and fals teachers, whych mayntayne theyr maskynge masse inuented agaynst the woorde of God, and the Kynges Maiesties most godly proceadynge (London: Imprynted ... By Thomas Raynald, 1548) [MardeJ,DeclaOT].

Mardeley, John [1548], Here beginneth a necessarie instruction for all Covetous ryche men: beholde & learne what perel & daunger they be brought into, yf they haue theyr consolacion in theyr daungerous and myserable Mammon, made by Jhon Mardeley (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Raynalde, [1548]) [MardeJ,HereBAN].

Mardeley, John [1548], Here is a shorte Resytal of certayne holy Doctours whych proueth that the naturall body of christ is not conteyned in the Sacramet of the Lordes supper but fyguratyuely / collected in myter by Ihon Mardeley (London: Imprinted ... By Thomas Raynalde, [1548?]) [MardeJ,HereIAS].

Markham, Gervase [1596], The Poem of Poems. Or, Sions muse. Contayning the diuine Song of King Salomon, deuided into eight Eclogues (London: Printed by Iames Roberts for Mathew Lownes [etc.], [1596]) [MarkhG,PoemOPO].

Markham, Gervase [1597], Devoreux. Vertues teares for the losse of the most christian King Henry, third of that name, King of Fraunce; and the vntimely death, of the most noble & heroicall Gentleman, VValter Deuoreux, who was slaine before Roan in Fraunce. First written in French, by the most excellent and learned Gentlewoman, Madam G. Petau Maulette. And paraphrastically translated into English, Ieruis Markham (London: Printed by I. Roberts, for Thomas Millington [etc.], 1597) [MarkhG,DevorVT].

Markham, Gervase [1600], The teares of the beloved: Or, the lamentation of Saint Iohn, Concerning the death and passion of Christ Iesus our Sauiour. By I. M. (London: Imprinted ... by Simon Stafford: And are to be sold by Iohn Browne [etc.], 1600) [MarkhG,TeareOT].

Markham, Gervase [1601], Marie Magdalens Lamentations for the Losse of her Master Iesus (London: Printed by Adam Islip for Edward White [etc.], 1601) [MarkhG,MarieML].

Markham, Gervase [1607], Rodomonths Infernall, or The Diuell conquered. Ariastos Conclusions Of the Marriage of Rogero with Bradamanth his Loue, & the fell fought Battell betweene Rogero and Rodomonth the neuer - conquered Pagan. Written in French by Phillip de Portes, and Paraphrastically translated by G. M. (London: Printed by V. S. for Nicholas Ling, 1607) [MarkhG,RodomIO].

Markham, Gervase [1609], The Famovs Whore, or Noble Curtizan: Conteining the lamentable complaint of Pavlina, the famous Roman Curtizan, sometimes Mes vnto the great Cardinall Hypolito, of Est. By Garuis Markham (London: Printed by N. O. for Iohn Rudge [etc.], 1609) [MarkhG,FamovWO].

Marlowe, Christopher [1598], Hero and Leander: Begun by Christopher Marloe; and finished by George Chapman (London: Printed by Felix Kingston, for Paule Linley [etc.], 1598) [MarloC,HeroALB].

Marlowe, Christopher [1598], [Ignoto, in] Epigrammes and elegies. By I. D. and C. M. (Middleborough: , [1598?]) [MarloC,IgnotIE].

Marlowe, Christopher [1600], Lvcans first booke: Translated line for line, by Chr. Marlow (London: Printed by P. Short and are to be solde by Walter Burre [etc.], 1600) [MarloC,LvcanFB].

Marlowe, Christopher [1600], Ouids Elegies: Three Bookes. By C. M. Epigrammes by I. D. (Middlebourgh: , [1600?]) [MarloC,OuidsET].

Marlowe, Christopher [1600], [The passionate Sheepheard to his loue, in] Englands Helicon (London: Printed by I. R. for Iohn Flasket [etc.], 1600) [MarloC,ThePSTH].

Marmion, Shakerly [1637], The Phoenix of these late times: Or the life of Mr. Henry Welby, Esq, who lived at his house in Grub - street forty foure yeares, and in that space, was never seene by any. Aged 84. Shewing the first occasion, and the reasons thereof. Whose portracture, you may behold, as it was taken at his death. With Epitaphs and Elegies of the late deceased Gentleman, who lyeth buried in S. Giles Church neere Criple gate, London (London: Printed by N. Okes, and are to be sold by Richard Clotterbuck [etc.], 1637) [MarmiS,PhoenOT].

Marmion, Shakerly [1638], Cvpid and Psiche: Or an Epick Poem of Cupid, and his Mistress. As it was lately presented to the Prince Elector. Written by, Shakerly Marmion (London: Printed by Iohn Okes for H. Sheppard, 1638) [MarmiS,CvpidAP].

Marshall, George [1554], A compendious treatise in metre declaring the firste originall of Sacrifice, and of the buylding of Aultares and Churches, and of the firste receauinge of the Christen fayth here in Englande by G. M. (London: John Cawood, 1554) [MarshG,CompeTI].

Marston, John [1961], The poems of John Marston: Edited by Arnold Davenport ([Liverpool]: Liverpool University Press, 1961) [MarstJ,PoemsOJ].

Marston, Philip Bourke [1892], The Collected Poems of Philip Bourke Marston (London; Melbourne: Ward, Lock, Bowden and Co., 1892) [MarstPB,CollePO].

Martin, Samuel [1795], A Poetical Epistle, Addressed To Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales, on Her Reception in Britain, and The Royal Nuptials. With Verses, Introductory and Apologetical, To the Hon. George Melville Leslie. By the Rev. Samuel Martin (Edinburgh [etc.]: Printed by Mundell and Son [etc.], 1795) [MartiS,PoetiEA].

Martin, Samuel [1795], An Epistle in Verse, occasioned by the death of James Boswell, Esquire, of Auchinleck -- Addressed to the Rev. Dr. T. D. By the Rev. Samuel Martin (Edinburgh [etc.]: Printed by Mundell and Son [etc.], 1795) [MartiS,EpistIV].

Martin, Sir Theodore [1863], Poems; original and translated. By Theodore Martin (London: Chiswick Press, 1863) [MartiST,PoemsOA].

Martin, Sir Theodore [1894], Madonna Pia: A Tragedy and Three Other Dramas. Written and Translated by Sir Theodore Martin (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1894) [MartiST,MadonPA].

Martin, Sir Theodore [1908], Queen Victoria As I Knew Her: By Sir Theodore Martin (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1908) [MartiST,QueenVA].

Martyn, Joseph [1621], New Epigrams, and a Satyre. Written by Ios: Martyn (London: Printed by G. Eld [etc.], 1621) [MartyJ,NewEAAS].

Marvell, Andrew [1681], Miscellaneous poems. By Andrew Marvell (London: Printed for Robert Boulter [etc.], 1681) [MarveA,MiscePB].

Mary the Blessed Virgin [1601], The Song of Mary the Mother of Christ: Containing the story of his life and passion. The teares of Christ in the garden: With The description of heauenly Ierusalem (London: Printed by E. Allde for William Ferbrand [etc.], 1601) [MaryTBV,SongOMT].

Mason, John [1685], Spiritual Songs, or, Songs of Praise to Almighty God Upon several Occasions. Together with The Song of Songs Which is Solomons. First Turn'd, then Paraphrased in English Verse. The Second Edition, Corrected, with an Addition of a Sacred Poem on Dives and Lazarus (London: Printed for Richard Northcott [etc.], 1685) [MasonJ,SpiriSO].

Mason, William [1749], Ode performed in the senate - house at Cambridge July 1, 1749 at installation of His Grace Thomas Holles Duke of Newcastle Chancellor of the University. By Mr. Mason. Set to music by Mr. Boyce, composer to His Majesty (Cambridge: Printed by J. Bentham [etc.], 1749) [MasonW,OdePITS].

Mason, William [1774], An Heroic Epistle to Sir William Chambers, Knight. Comptroller General of His Majesty's Works, And Author of a late Dissertation on Oriental Gardening. Enriched with explanatory Notes, chiefly extracted from that elaborate Performance. The Thirteenth Edition (London: Printed for J. Almon [etc.], 1774) [MasonW,HeroiET].

Mason, William [1774], An Heroic Postscript to the Public, Occasioned by their favourable Reception of a late heroic epistle To Sir William Chambers, Knt. &c. By the author of that epistle. The eighth edition (London: Printed for J. Almon [etc.], 1774) [MasonW,HeroiPT].

Mason, William [1776], Ode to Mr. Pinchbeck, upon his newly invented patent candle - snuffers, By Malcolm M'Gregor ... The fifth edition (London: Printed for J. Almon [etc.], 1776) [MasonW,OdeTMPU].

Mason, William [1777], An epistle to Dr. Shebbeare: to which is added an ode to Sir Fletcher Norton, in imitation of Horace, ode VIII. Book IV. By Malcolm Macgreggor (London: Printed for J. Almon [etc.], 1777) [MasonW,EpistTD].

Mason, William [1782], An archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D. D. Dean of Exeter, President of the Society of Antiquaries, and Editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest. To which is annexed a glossary, extracted from that of the learned Dean (London: Printed for J. Nichols; J. Walter ... R. Faulder ... E. Newbery ... and J. Sewell [etc.], 1782) [MasonW,ArchaET].

Mason, William [1782], King Stephen's Watch. A Tale, Founded on Fact. By the Author of the Heroic Epistle to Sir William Chambers, Knt. (London: Printed for T. Longman [etc.], 1782) [MasonW,KingSWA].

Mason, William [1782], The Dean and the 'Squire: A Political Eclogue. Humbly Dedicated to Soame Jenyns, Esq. By the Author of the Heroic Epistle to Sir William Chambers. The Second Edition (London: Printed for J. Debrett [etc.], 1782) [MasonW,DeanATS].

Mason, William [1811], The Works of William Mason ... In Four Volumes (London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies ... by W. Bulmer [etc.], 1811) [MasonW,WorksOW].

Massey, Gerald [1851], Voices of freedom and lyrics of love! By T. Gerald Massey (London: J. Watson, 1851) [MasseG,VoiceOF].

Massey, Gerald [1855], The ballad of Babe Christabel with other Lyrical Poems. By Gerald Massey. Fifth Edition, Revised and Enlarged (London: David Bogue, 1855) [MasseG,BallaOB].

Massey, Gerald [1856], Craigcrook Castle. By Gerald Massey (London: David Bogue, 1856) [MasseG,CraigCB].

Massey, Gerald [1859], Robert Burns: A Centenary Song, and other lyrics. By Gerald Massey (London: W. Kent and Co. (Late D. Bogue), 1859) [MasseG,RoberBA].

Massey, Gerald [1861], Havelock's March and Other Poems. By Gerald Massey (London: Trübner & Co., 1861) [MasseG,HavelMA].

Massey, Gerald [1861], The poetical works of Gerald Massey. A New Edition, with Illustrations (London; New York: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1861) [MasseG,PoetiWO].

Massey, Gerald [1870], A Tale of Eternity and Other Poems. By Gerald Massey (London: Strahan & Co., 1870) [MasseG,TaleOEA].

Massey, Gerald [1889], My Lyrical Life: Poems Old and New. By Gerald Massey (London: Richard Clay & Sons, 1889) [MasseG,MyLLPOA].

Masters, Mary [1733], Poems on Several Occasions. By Mary Masters (London: Printed by T. Browne [etc.], 1733) [MasteM,PoemsOS].

Masters, Mary [1755], Familiar letters and poems on several occasions. By Mary Masters (London: Printed for the Author, by D. Henry and R. Cave, 1755) [MasteM,FamilLA].

Mather, Joseph [1862], The songs of Joseph Mather: To which are added a memoir of Mather, and miscellaneous songs relating to Sheffield. With introduction and notes by John Wilson (Sheffield: Pawson and Brailsford, 1862) [MatheJ,SongsOJ].

Mathias, Thomas James [1780], An Heroic Epistle to the Rev. Richard Watson ... Enriched with elaborate Notes, and very learned References (London: Printed for T. Becket [etc.], 1780) [MathiTJ,HeroiET].

Mathias, Thomas James [1789], The Grove. A Satire. By the Author of the Pursuits of Literature. With Notes, including Various Anecdotes of The King. Third Edition (London: Printed for the Author; And Sold by R. H. Westley [etc.], [1789?]) [MathiTJ,GroveAS].

Mathias, Thomas James [1795], The political dramatist, in November, 1795. A Poem (London: Printed for J. Parsons [etc.], 1795) [MathiTJ,PolitDI].

Mathias, Thomas James [1796], An epistle in verse to the Rev. Dr. Randolph, English preceptor to H. R. H. the Princess of Wales, occasioned by the publication of the correspondence between the Earl and Countess of Jersey, and the doctor, upon the subject of some letters belonging to H. R. H. the Princess of Wales (London: Printed for J. Parsons ... J. Owen ... and Hookham and Carpenter [etc.], 1796) [MathiTJ,EpistIV].

Mathias, Thomas James [1796], An equestrian epistle in verse, to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Jersey, To H. R. H. The Prince of Wales, occasioned by the publication of the correspondence between the Earl and Countess of Jersey, and the Rev. Dr. Randolph, upon the subject of some letters belonging to H. R. H. the Princess of Wales. Adorned with notes. By the author of the epistle to the Rev. Dr. Randolph (London: Printed for J. Parsons ... J. Owen .. and W. Clarke [etc.], 1796) [MathiTJ,EquesEI].

Mathias, Thomas James [1796], The imperial epistle from Kien Long, Emperor of China, to George the Third, King of Great Britain, &c. &c. &c. In the year 1794. Transmitted from the Emperor, and presented to His Britannic Majesty by his excellency the Right Honourable George Earl MacCartney of the Kingdom of Ireland, K. B. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of China in the years 1792, 1793, and 1794. Translated into English verse from the original Chinese poetry. With notes by various persons of eminence and distinction, and by the translator. Second edition (London: Printed for R. White [etc.], 1796) [MathiTJ,ImperEF].

Mathias, Thomas James [1798], Odes, English and Latin. By Thomas James Mathias. Reprinted 1798 ([London]: Not published, 1798) [MathiTJ,OdesEAL].

Mathias, Thomas James [1798], The pursuits of literature. A satirical poem in four dialogues, with notes. The seventh edition, revised (London: Printed for T. Becket [etc.], 1798) [MathiTJ,PursuOL].

Mathias, Thomas James [1799], The Shade of Alexander Pope on the Banks of the Thames. A Satirical Poem. With Notes. Occasioned chiefly, but not wholly, by the residence of Henry Grattan, Ex - Representative in Parliament for the City of Dublin, at Twickenham, in November, 1798. By the Author of the Pursuits of Literature. Second Edition (London: Printed for T. Becket [etc.], 1799) [MathiTJ,ShadeOA].

Mathias, Thomas James [1800], Pandolfo Attonito! Or, Lord Galloway's poetical lamentation on the removal of the arm - chairs from the pit at the opera house! (Printed originally in the Morning Herald of May 1, 1800.) With a preface and some remarks by the editor (London: Printed for T. Becket [etc.], 1800) [MathiTJ,PandoAO].

Mathias, Thomas James [1832], Lyrick Poetry by Thomas James Mathias: A new edition printed privately (Naples: , 1832) [MathiTJ,LyricPB].

Mayne, John [1803], English, Scots and Irishmen. A patriotic address to the inhabitants of the United Kingdom (London: , 1803) [MayneJ,EngliSA].

Mayne, John [1803], Glasgow. A poem. By John Mayne (London: Sold by T. Cadell and W. Davies ... and W. J. and J. Richardson [etc.], 1803) [MayneJ,GlasgAP].

Mayne, John [1836], The Siller Gun, A Poem in Five Cantos. By John Mayne (London; Edinburgh: Thomas Cadell; William Blackwood and Sons, 1836) [MayneJ,SilleGA].

Mayne, John [1855], The Modern Scottish Minstrel; or, The Songs of Scotland of the past half century. With Memoirs of the Poets, and sketches and specimens in English vese of the most celebrated modern Gaelic bards. By Charles Rogers. In six volumes; Vol. I (Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1855) [MayneJ,ModerSM].

Melville, Elizabeth, Lady Calville of Culross [1603], Ane Godlie Dreame, Compylit in Scottish Meter be M. M. Gentelwoman in Culros, at the requeist of her freindes (Edinbvrgh: Printed be Robert Charteris, 1603) [MelviEL,AneGDCI].

Melville, James, Minister of Kilrenny [1589], A Spiritvall propine of a Pastour to his People (Edinbvrgh: Printed by Robert Walde - graue, 1589) [MelviJM,SpiriPO].

Melville, James, Minister of Kilrenny [1634], The black bastel, or, a lamentation in name of the Kirk of Scotland, composed by M. Iames Melvill, when he was confined at Berwick anno 1611. Abridged by N. ([Berwick?]: , 1634) [MelviJM,BlackBO].

Mendez, Moses [1745], Henry and Blanche: or The Revengeful Marriage. A Tale: Taken from the French of Gil Blas (London: Printed for R. Dodsley ... and Sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1745) [MendeM,HenryAB].

Mendez, Moses [1750], The Battiad (London: Printed for G. Smith [etc.], 1750) [MendeM,Batti].

Mendez, Moses [1753], The Seasons. In imitation of Spenser (Dublin: Printed for Peter Wilson [etc.], 1753) [MendeM,SeasoII].

Merivale, Herman Charles [1883], The White Pilgrim and Other Poems. By Herman Charles Merivale (London: Chapman and Hall, 1883) [MerivHC,WhitePA].

Merivale, Herman Charles [1884], Florien: A Tragedy in Five Acts, and Other Poems. By Herman Charles Merivale (London: Remington, 1884) [MerivHC,FloriAT].

Merivale, John Herman [1844], Poems original and translated: By John Herman Merivale ... A new and corrected edition with some additional pieces (London: William Pickering, 1844) [MerivJH,PoemsOA].

Merrick, James [1763], Poems on Sacred Subjects ... By James Merrick (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press ... Sold by R. and J. Dodsley, 1763) [MerriJ,PoemsOS].

Merrick, James [1765], The Psalms, Translated or Paraphrased in English Verse. By James Merrick (Reading: Printed by J. Cornan and Co., 1765) [MerriJ,PsalmTO].

Merry, Robert [1785], Robert Manners: a poem translated from the Italian by a member of the Royal Academy of Florence (Florence: Printed for G. Cam. [etc.], 1785) [MerryR,RoberMA].

Merry, Robert [1787], Paulina; or The Russian Daughter, a Poem. In Two Books. By Robert Merry (London: Printed for J. Robson, and W. Clarke, 1787) [MerryR,PauliOT].

Merry, Robert [1788], Diversity. A Poem. By Della Crusca (London: Printed for and under the direction of J. Bell [etc.], 1788) [MerryR,DiverAP].

Merry, Robert [1790], The Airs, Duetts, and Chorusses, Arrangement of Scenery, and Sketch of the Pantomime, entitled The Picture of Paris. As Performed at the Theatre - Royal, Covent - Garden (London: Printed for T. Cadell [etc.], 1790) [MerryR,AirsDAC].

Merry, Robert [1790], The laurel of liberty; a poem. By Robert Merry, A. M. Member of the Royal Academy of Florence (London: Printed by John Bell [etc.], 1790) [MerryR,LaureOL].

Merry, Robert [1791], Ode for the fourteenth of July, 1791, the day consecrated to freedom: being the anniversary of the revolution in France. By Robert Merry (London: Printed by J. Bell [etc.], 1791) [MerryR,OdeFTFO].

Merry, Robert [1795], The Wounded Soldier, a poem. By Mr. M---y (London: Printed for T. G. Ballard [etc.], [1795?]) [MerryR,WoundSA].

Merry, Robert [1805], The pleasures of memory, and other poems. By Samuel Rogers, ... and the pains of memory. By Robert Merry (Wilmington: Printed and published by Hezekiah Niles, 1805) [MerryR,PleasOM].

Meston, William [1707], Tituli Fontium Abredonensium ([Aberdeen]: , [1707]) [MestoW,TitulFA].

Meston, William [1767], The Poetical Works of the Ingenious and Learned William Meston ... The Sixth edition (Edinburgh: Printed by Wal. Ruddiman junior; For Francis Robertson [etc.], 1767) [MestoW,PoetiWO].

Meston, William [1803], The Wife of Auchtermuchty, an ancient Scottish poem. With a translation into Latin rhyme (Edinburgh: Printed by A. Neill & Co, 1803) [MestoW,WifeOAA].

Metham, John [1916], The works of John Metham including The Romance of Amoryus and Cleopes: Edited from the unique ms. in the Garrett collection in the library of Princeton University, by Hardin Craig (London: The Early English Text Society, 1916) [MethaJ,WorksOJ].

Meynell, Alice [1923], The Poems of Alice Meynell: Complete Edition (London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne, 1923) [MeyneA,PoemsOA].

Mickle, William Julius [1762], Providence: or, Arandus and Emilec. A Poem (London: T. Becket and P. A. De Hondt, 1762) [MicklWJ,ProviOA].

Mickle, William Julius [1776], The Lusiad; or, the discovery of India. An Epic Poem. Translated from The Original Portuguese of Luis de Camoëns (Oxford: Printed by Jackson and Lister, and sold by Cadell [etc.], 1776) [MicklWJ,LusiaOT].

Mickle, William Julius [1794], Poems, and a tragedy. By William Julius Mickle (London; Oxford: Printed by A. Paris ... for J. Egerton [etc.]; Fletcher and Hanwell, 1794) [MicklWJ,PoemsAA].

Mickle, William Julius [1806], The Poetical Works of William Julius Mickle including several original pieces, with a new life of the author. By the Rev. John Sim (London: Printed by J. Barfield ... and sold by H. D. Symonds [etc.], 1806) [MicklWJ,PoetiWO].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1841], [Carols extracted from] Reliquiae Antiquae. Scraps from ancient manuscripts, illustrating chiefly early English literature and the English language. Edited by Thomas Wright and James Orchard Halliwell (London; Berlin: William Pickering; A. Asher, 1841 - 1843) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1841], [Carols extracted from] Specimens of old Christmas carols, selected from manuscripts and printed books (London: The Percy Society, 1841) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1847], [Carols extracted from] Songs and carols, now first printed, from a manuscript of the fifteenth century. Edited by Thomas Wright (London: The Percy Society, 1847) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1856], [Carols extracted from] Songs and carols from a manuscript in the British Museum of the fifteenth century. Edited by Thomas Wright (London: Printed by T. Richards, 1856) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1867], Bishop Percy's Folio Manuscript. Ballads and Romances. Edited by John W. Hales ... and Frederick J. Furnivall. Assisted by Professor Child, W. Chappell (London: N. Trübner & Co., 1867) [MiddlEL,BishoPF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1872], [Carols extracted from] Appendix to the Third Report of the Royal Commission of Historical Manuscripts. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (London: Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1872) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1873], Middle English Carols (1873 - 1877) (In [Carols extracted from] The Bannatyne Manuscript: Compiled by George Bannatyne 1568. Part I (: The Hunterian Club, 1873 - 1877)) [MiddlEL,MiddlEC].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1876], [Carols extracted from] Appendix to the Fifth Report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts. Part I. Report and Appendix. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty (London: Printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1876) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1882], The English and Scottish Popular Ballads: Edited by Francis James Child (Boston; New York; London: Houghton, Mifflin and Company; Henry Stevens & Son, 1882 - 1898) [MiddlEL,EngliAS].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1889], [Carols extracted from] Liedersammlungen des XVI. Jahrhunderts, besonders aus der Zeit Heinrich's VIII. [by Ewald Flügel, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie: Unter Leitung von Richard Paul Wülker. Herausgegeben von Ewald Flügel und Gustav Schirmer: XII. Band (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1889) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1890], Middle English Carols (1890) (In [Carols extracted from] Zwei Mittelenglische Christmas Carols [by K. Breul, in] Englische Studien. Organ für Englische Philologie unter Mitberücksichtigung des Englischen Unterrichtes auf Höheren Schulen. Herausgegeben von Dr. Eugen Kölbing: XIV. Band. (Leipzig: O. R. Reisland, 1890)) [MiddlEL,MiddlEC].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1901], Middle English Carols (1901) (In [Carols extracted from] Die Lieder des Fairfax Ms. (Add. 5465 Brit. Mus.) [and] Die Lieder der Ms. Add. 5665 (Ritson's Folio - Ms.) [ed. Bernard Fehr, in] Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Litteraturen. Begründet von Ludwig Herrig. Herausgegeben von Alois Brandl und Adolf Tobler: LV. Jahrgang, CVI. Band, der neuen Serie VI. Band (Braunschweig: George Westermann, 1901)) [MiddlEL,MiddlEC].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1901], [Carols extracted from] Die Gedichte des Franziskaners Jakob Ryman [ed. J. Zupitza, in] Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Litteraturen. Begründet von Ludwig Herrig. Herausgegeben von Stephan Waetzoldt und Julius Zupitza: XLVI. Jahrgang, 89. Band (Braunschweig: George Westermann, 1901) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1903], [Carols extracted from] Liedersammlungen des XVI. Jahrhunderts, besonders aus der Zeit Heinrichs VIII. [by Ewald Flügel, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für englische Philologie. Unter Mitwirkung von Ewald Flügel: Herausgegeben von Eugen Einenkel. Nebst einem Beiblatt herausgegeben von Max Fr. Mann: Band XXVI. Neue Folge Band XIV. (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1903) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1907], [Carols extracted from] Songs, Carols, and other Miscellaneous Poems, from the Balliol Ms. 354, Richard Hill's Commonplace book. Edited by Roman Dyboski (London; Berlin: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.; Asher & Co., 1907) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1913], [Carols extracted from] Fifteenth century carols and other pieces [by M. R. James and G. C. Macaulay, in] The Modern Language Review. A quarterly journal devoted to the study of medieval and modern literature and philology. Edited by J. G. Robertson, G. C. Macaulay and H. Oelsner: Volume VIII (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1913) [MiddlEL,CarolEF].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1924], Religious Lyrics of the XIVth Century: Edited by Carleton Brown (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1924) [MiddlEL,ReligLO].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1932], English Lyrics of the XIIIth Century: Edited by Carleton Brown (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1932) [MiddlEL,EngliLO].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1939], Religious Lyrics of the XVth Century: Edited by Carleton Brown (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, [1939]) [MiddlEL,ReligLO].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1952], Mediaeval Carols (London: Published by Stainer & Bell on behalf of the Musica Britannica Trust, 1952) [MiddlEL,MediaC].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1953], Cambridge Middle English Lyrics: Edited by Henry A. Person (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1953) [MiddlEL,CambrME].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1959], Historical Poems of the XIVth and XVth Centuries: Edited by Rossell Hope Robbins (New York; London: Columbia University Press; Oxford University Press, 1959) [MiddlEL,HistoPO].

Middle English Lyrics and Ballads [1964], The Harley Lyrics: The Middle English Lyrics of Ms. Harley 2253. Edited by G. L. Brook (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1964) [MiddlEL,HarleLT].

Middle English Poetry [1862], A paraphrase on the Seven Penitential Psalms, in English verse, supposed to have been written by Thomas Brampton in the year 1414; Together with a legendary psalter of Saint Bernard, in Latin and in English verse. With notes by William Henry Black (London: The Percy Society, 1862) [MiddlEP,ParapOT].

Middle English Poetry [1862], [A Sarmun, in] Early English Poems and Lives of Saints, (with those of the wicked birds Pilate and Judas.) Copied and edited from manuscripts in the library of the British Museum by Frederick J. Furnivall (Berlin: Published for The Philological Society by A. Asher, 1862) [MiddlEP,ASIEEPA].

Middle English Poetry [1865], The story of Genesis and Exodus, an early English song, about A.D. 1250. Now first edited, from a unique ms. in the library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, with introduction, notes, and glossary, by Richard Morris (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Trübner & Co., 1865) [MiddlEP,StoryOG].

Middle English Poetry [1867], The Stacions of Rome, and the Pilgrims Sea - Voyage: With Clene Maydenhod ... Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, By N. Trübner & Co., 1867) [MiddlEP,StaciOR].

Middle English Poetry [1868], [Additional Poem Morale, in] Old English Homilies and Homiletic Treatises (Sawles Warde, and þe Wohunge of Ure Lauerd: Ureisons of Ure Lauerd and of Ure Lefdi &c.) of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: Edited from mss. in the British Museum, Lambeth, and Bodleian Libraries; With introduction, translation, and notes, by Richard Morris. First Series (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1868) [MiddlEP,AdditPM].

Middle English Poetry [1868], [Poema Morale, in] Old English Homilies and Homiletic Treatises of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. Edited from mss. in the British Museum, Lambeth, and Bodleian Libraries; With introduction, translation, and notes, by Richard Morris. First Series (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1868) [MiddlEP,PoemaMI].

Middle English Poetry [1870], Bernardus de cura rei famuliaris, with some Early Scottish Prophecies, &c. From a MS. KK. 1.5 in the Cambridge University Library. Edited by J. Rawson Lumby (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Trübner & Co., 1870) [MiddlEP,BernaDC].

Middle English Poetry [1872], An Old English miscellany containing A Bestiary, Kentish Sermons, Proverbs of Alfred, religious poems of the thirteenth century, from manuscripts in the British Museum, Bodleian Library, Jesus College Library, etc. Edited with introduction and index of words by the Rev. Richard Morris (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co., 1872) [MiddlEP,OldEMCA].

Middle English Poetry [1873], [Poema Morale, in] Old English Homilies and Homiletic Treatises of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. Edited from mss. in the British Museum, Lambeth, and Bodleian Libraries; With introduction, translation, and notes, by Richard Morris. Second Series (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1873) [MiddlEP,PoemaMI].

Middle English Poetry [1874], Cursor Mundi (The Cursur of the World). A Northumbrian Poem of the XIVth Century: In Four Versions. Edited by the Rev. Richard Morris (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1874, 1893) [MiddlEP,CursoMT].

Middle English Poetry [1875], The Romance and Prophecies of Thomas of Erceldoune: Printed from Five Manuscripts; With Illustrations from the Prophetic Literature of the 15th and 16th Centuries. Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by James A. H. Murray (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1875) [MiddlEP,RomanAP].

Middle English Poetry [1878], Adam Davy's 5 Dreams about Edward II. The Life of St. Alexius. Solomon's Book of Wisdom. St. Jeremie's 15 Tokens before Doomsday. The Lamentacion of Souls. Edited from the Laud Ms. 622 in The Bodleian Library by F. J. Furnivall (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1878) [MiddlEP,AdamD5D].

Middle English Poetry [1878], The Ormulum: With the notes and glossary of Dr. R. M. White: Edited by Rev. Robert Holt (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1878) [MiddlEP,OrmulWT].

Middle English Poetry [1878], [How the Psalter of our Lady was Made, in] Sammlung Altenglischer Legenden, grosstentheils zum ersten male herausgegeben von C. Horstmann (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henninger, 1878) [MiddlEP,HowTPOO].

Middle English Poetry [1879], [A disputeson between the body and the sowle, ed. H. Varnhagen, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. Enthaltend Beiträge zur Geschichte der Englischen Sprache und Literatur: Herausgegeben von Richard Paul Wülcker. Nebst kritischen Anzeigen und einer Bücherschau herausgegeben von Moritz Trautmann. II. Band (Malle: Max Niemeyer, 1879) [MiddlEP,ADBTBAT].

Middle English Poetry [1881], [A treatyse of the smyth whych that forged hym a new dame, in] Altenglische Legenden: Neue Folge. Mit Einleitung und Anmerkungen: Herausgegeben von C. Horstmann (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henninger, 1881) [MiddlEP,ATOTSWT].

Middle English Poetry [1881], [How the Psalter of our Lady was Made, in] Altenglische Legenden: Neue Folge. Mit Einleitung und Anmerkungen. Herausgegeben von. C. Horstmann (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henninger, 1881) [MiddlEP,HowTPOO].

Middle English Poetry [1881], [The Childe of Bristowe, in] Altenglische Legenden: Neue Folge. Mit Einleitung und Anmerkungen: Herausgegeben von C. Horstmann (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henninger, 1881) [MiddlEP,TheCOBI].

Middle English Poetry [1881], [The Clerk who would see The Virgin, in] Altenglische Legenden: Neue Folge. Mit Einleitung und Anmerkungen: Herausgegeben von C. Horstmann (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henninger, 1881) [MiddlEP,TheCWWS].

Middle English Poetry [1881], [The stasyons of Jerusalem, in] Altenglische Legenden: Neue Folge. Mit Einleitung und Anmerkungen: Herausgegeben von C. Horstmann (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henninger, 1881) [MiddlEP,TheSOJI].

Middle English Poetry [1881], [Ypotys, in] Altenglische Legenden: Neue Folge. Mit Einleitung und Anmerkungen: Herausgegeben von C. Horstmann (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henninger, 1881) [MiddlEP,YpotyIA].

Middle English Poetry [1884], [A Peniworth of Witte, in] Englische Studien. Organ für Englische Philologie unter Mitberücksichtigung des Englischen Unterrichtes auf Höheren Schulen. Herausgegeben von Dr Eugen Kölbing (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henniger, 1884) [MiddlEP,APOWIES].

Middle English Poetry [1890], The Eremyte and the Outlaw (1890) (In [The Eremyte and the Outelawe, in] Englische Studien. Organ für Englische Philologie unter Mitberücksichtigung des Englischen Unterrichtes auf Höheren Schulen. Herausgegeben von Dr Eugen Kölbing ... XIV. Band (Leipzig: O. R. Reisland, 1890)) [MiddlEP,EremyAT].

Middle English Poetry [1892], The minor poems of the Vernon ms. The text edited by Carl Horstmann. (Side - notes by F. J. Furnivall) (London: Publisht for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1892) [MiddlEP,MinorPO].

Middle English Poetry [1895], The Prymer or Lay Folks Prayer Book. (With several facsimiles.) Edited by Henry Littlehales from the Ms. Dd. 11, 82, ab. 1420 - 30 A.D., in the library of the University of Cambridge (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1895) [MiddlEP,PrymeOL].

Middle English Poetry [1895], [The Lay - Folks' Mass - Book, in] Yorkshire Writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole and his followers: Edited by C. Horstmann (London; New York: Swan Sonnenschein & Co.; Macmillan, 1895 - 1896) [MiddlEP,TheLFMB].

Middle English Poetry [1895], [The Pricke of Conscience etc., in] Yorkshire Writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole and his followers: Edited by C. Horstmann (London; New York: Swan Sonnenschein & Co.; Macmillan, 1895 - 1896) [MiddlEP,ThePOCE].

Middle English Poetry [1895], [The Surtees Psalter, in] Yorkshire Writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole and his followers: Edited by C. Horstman (London; New York: Swan Sonnenschein & Co.; Macmillan, 1895 - 1896) [MiddlEP,TheSPIY].

Middle English Poetry [1896], Legends of the Saints in the Scottish Dialect of the Fourteenth Century: Edited from the unique manuscript in the University Library, Cambridge with introduction, notes and glossarial index by W. M. Metcalfe (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The Scottish Text Society by ... William Blackwood and Sons, 1896) [MiddlEP,LegenOT].

Middle English Poetry [1897], [The Cuckoo and the Nightingale; or The Book of Cupid, God of Love, in] The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: Edited, from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat [Vol. VII: Being a supplement to The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer] (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1897) [MiddlEP,TheCATN].

Middle English Poetry [1897], [The Pistill of Susan, in] Scottish Alliterative Poems; In Riming Stanzas; Edited with Introduction, Appendix, Notes, and Glossary by F. J. Amours (Edinburgh; London: [Printed for The Scottish Text Society by] William Blackwood and Sons, 1897) [MiddlEP,ThePOSI].

Middle English Poetry [1898], Speculum Gy de Warewyke: An English poem with introduction, notes and glossary: Here for the first time printed and first edited from the manuscripts by Georgiana Lea Morrill (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1898) [MiddlEP,SpecuGD].

Middle English Poetry [1898], The Gast of Gy: Eine englische Dichtung des 14. Jahrhunderts nebst ihrer lateinischen Quelle De Spiritu Guidonis: Herausgegeben von G. Schleich. Palaestra. Untersuchungen und Texte aus der deutschen und englischen Philologie. Herausgegeben von Alois Brandl und Erich Schmidt. I. (Berlin: Mayer & Müller, 1898) [MiddlEP,GastOGE].

Middle English Poetry [1901], The Assumption of our Lady (1901) (In King Horn, Floriz and Blauncheflur, The Assumption of our Lady. First edited in 1866 by the Rev. J. Rawson Lumby, and now re - edited from the manuscripts, with introduction, notes, and glossary, by George H. McKnight (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1901)) [MiddlEP,AssumOO].

Middle English Poetry [1901], The Lay Folks' Catechism, or the English and Latin versions of Archbishop Thoresby's Instruction for the People; Together with a Wycliffite adaptation of the same, and the corresponding canons of the council of Lambeth. With introduction, notes, glossary, and index, by the late Thomas Frederick Simmons ... and Henry Edward Nolloth (London; Berlin: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.; Asher & Co., 1901) [MiddlEP,LayFCOT].

Middle English Poetry [1904], [Rawlinson NT strophic passages, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. Unter Mitwirkung von Ewald Flügel: Herausgegeben von Eugen Einenkel. Nebst einem Beiblatt herausgegeben von Max Fr. Mann. Band XXVII. Neue Folge Band XV (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1904) [MiddlEP,RawliNS].

Middle English Poetry [1906], [New Testament verse passages, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. Unter Mitwirkung von Ewald Flügel: Herausgegeben von Eugen Einenkel. Nebst einem Beiblatt herausgegeben von Max Fr. Mann (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1906) [MiddlEP,NewTVPI].

Middle English Poetry [1907], The Middle - English Harrowing of Hell and Gospel of Nicodemus. Now first edited from all the known manuscripts, with introduction and glossary by William Henry Hulme (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1907) [MiddlEP,MiddlEH].

Middle English Poetry [1907], The Middle - English Harrowing of Hell and Gospel of Nicodemus. Now first edited from all the known manuscripts, with introduction and glossary, by William Henry Hulme (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1907) [MiddlEP,MiddlEH].

Middle English Poetry [1907], The proverbs of Alfred: Re - edited from the manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1907) [MiddlEP,ProveOA].

Middle English Poetry [1912], [Proverbs of Hendyng, from Elegy on the death of King Edward I, in] The modern language review: A quarterly journal devoted to the study of medieval and modern literature and philology: Edited by J. G. Robertson: G. C. Macaulay and H. Oelsner (Cambridge; London: Cambridge University Press, 1912) [MiddlEP,ProveOH].

Middle English Poetry [1913], The Northern Passion: Four parallel texts and the French original, with specimens of additional manuscripts. Edited by Frances A. Foster (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. ... and by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1913 - 1930) [MiddlEP,NorthPF].

Middle English Poetry [1915], [Dame Sirith, in] A Literary Middle English Reader: Edited by Albert Stanburrough Cook (Boston; New York: Ginn and Co., [1915]) [MiddlEP,DameSIA].

Middle English Poetry [1915], [The Fox and the Wolf from] A Literary Middle English Reader: Edited by Albert Stanburrough Cook (Boston; New York: , 1915) [MiddlEP,TheFATW].

Middle English Poetry [1916], Iacob and Iosep: A Middle English poem of the thirteenth century; Edited by Arthur S. Napier (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1916) [MiddlEP,IacobAI].

Middle English Poetry [1921], The Wheatley Manuscript: A collection of Middle English verse and prose contained in a ms. now in The British Museum: Add. Mss. 39574: Edited with introduction and notes by Mabel Day (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1921) [MiddlEP,WheatMA].

Middle English Poetry [1923], A Middle English metrical paraphrase of the Old Testament: Edited in part and examined in an introduction by Herbert Kalén (Göteborg: Elanders Boktryckeri Aktiebolag, 1923 - 1963) [MiddlEP,MiddlEM].

Middle English Poetry [1926], A Stanzaic Life of Christ: Compiled from Higden's Polychronicon and the Legenda Aurea: Edited from Ms. Harley 3909: By Frances A. Foster (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1926) [MiddlEP,StanzLO].

Middle English Poetry [1933], Speculum Christiani: A Middle English religious treatise of the 14th century: Edited from all the known mss. and one old edition, with introduction, notes, glossary, index of names and quotations, a table and appendices by Gustaf Holmstedt (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1933) [MiddlEP,SpecuCA].

Middle English Poetry [1935], An anonymous short metrical chronicle: Edited from the mss. with introduction and glossary by Ewald Zettl (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1935) [MiddlEP,AnonySM].

Middle English Poetry [1935], The Owl and the Nightingale: Edited by J. H. G. Grattan and G. F. H. Sykes (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1935) [MiddlEP,OwlATNE].

Middle English Poetry [1940], Thomas Castelford's Chronicle: Edited in part with comments by Frank Behre (Göteborg: Elanders Boktryckeri Aktiebolag, 1940) [MiddlEP,ThomaCC].

Middle English Poetry [1953], The Metrical Life of St. Robert of Knaresborough: Together with the other middle English pieces in British Museum MS. Egerton 3143: Edited by Joyce Bazire (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1953) [MiddlEP,MetriLO].

Middle English Poetry [1956], The South English Legendary: Edited from Corpus Christi College Cambridge Ms. 145 and British Museum Ms. Harley 2277 with variants from Bodley Ms. Ashmole 43 and British Museum Ms. Cotton Julius D. IX: By Charlotte d'Evelyn and Anna J. Mill (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1956 - 1959) [MiddlEP,SouthEL].

Middle English Poetry [1965], Dan Michel's Ayenbite of Inwyt or Remorse of Conscience ... Richard Morris's transcription now newly collated with the unique manuscript British Museum MS. Arundel 57: By Pamela Gradon (London; New York: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1965) [MiddlEP,DanMAOI].

Middle English Poetry [1965], Sir Eglamour of Artois: Edited by Frances E. Richardson (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1965) [MiddlEP,SirEOAE].

Middle English Poetry [1967], The Middle English Translations of Robert Grossteste's Chateau d'Amour: Edited by Kari Sajavaara (Helsinki: Société Néophilogique, 1967) [MiddlEP,MiddlET].

Middle English Poetry [1991], St. Patrick's Purgatory: Two versions of Owayne Miles and The Vision of William of Stranton: Together with the long text of the Tractatus de Purgatorio Sancti Patricii: Edited by Robert Easting (Oxford: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1991) [MiddlEP,StPPTVO].

Middle English Romances [1568], Here begynneth a litell treatise of the Knight of Curtesy and the lady of Faguell (London: Imprinted ... by ... Wyllyam Copland, [1568?]) [MiddlER,HereBAL].

Middle English Romances [1830], Clariodus; A Metrical Romance: Printed from a Manuscript of the Sixteenth Century (Edinburgh: The Maitland Club, 1830) [MiddlER,ClariAM].

Middle English Romances [1839], Syr Gawayne; a collection of ancient romance - poems, by Scotish and English authors, relating to that celebrated Knight of the Round Table, with an introduction, notes and a glossary. By Sir Frederic Madden (London: Printed by Richard and John E. Taylor, 1839) [MiddlER,SyrGACO].

Middle English Romances [1866], The Romans of Partenay, or of Lusignen: Otherwise Known as The Tale of Melusine: Translated from the French of La Coudrette (About 1500 - 1520 A.D.). Edited from a Unique Manuscript in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge, with an Introduction, Notes and Glossarial Index, by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1866) [MiddlER,RomanOP].

Middle English Romances [1867], The Romance of William of Palerne: (Otherwise Known as The Romance of "William and the Werwolf"): Translated from the French at the Command of Sir Humphrey de Bohun, About A.D. 1350; To which is added a Fragment of the Alliterative Romance of Alisaunder: Translated from the Latin by the Same Author About A.D. 1340; The Former Re - Edited from the Unique MS. in the Library of King's College, Cambridge; The Latter Now First Edited from the Unique MS. in The Bodleian Library, Oxford; By the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1867) [MiddlER,RomanOW].

Middle English Romances [1868], The Lay of Havelok the Dane: Composed in the reign of Edward I, about A.D. 1280. Formerly edited by Sir F. Madden for The Roxburghe Club: And now re - edited from the unique Ms. Laud Misc. 108, in the Bodleian Library, Oxford; By the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co., 1868) [MiddlER,LayOHTD].

Middle English Romances [1868], The Romance of The Cheuelere Assigne. Re - edited from the Unique Manuscript in the British Museum, with a Preface, Notes and Glossarial Index, By Henry H. Gibbs (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, By N. Trübner & Co., 1868) [MiddlER,RomanOT].

Middle English Romances [1869], Arthur; A short sketch of his life and history in English verse of the first half of the fifteenth century. Copied and edited from the Marquis of Bath's ms., Liber Rubeus Bathoniae, 1428 A.D. by Frederick J. Furnivall ... [Second Edition, 1869.] (London; Berlin: Published for The Early English Text Society by N. Trübner & Co.; Asher & Co., 1869) [MiddlER,ArthuAS].

Middle English Romances [1869], The "Gest Hystoriale" of the Destruction of Troy: An Alliterative Romance Translated from Guido de Colonna's "Hystoria Troiana." Now First Edited from the Unique MS. in The Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow, with Introduction, Notes and a Glossary, by the late Rev. Geo. A. Panton, and David Donaldson (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1869 & 1874) [MiddlER,GestHOT].

Middle English Romances [1871], Joseph of Arimathie: Otherwise called The Romance of the Seint Graal, or Holy Grail: An Alliterative Poem Written About A.D. 1350, and Now First Printed from the Unique Copy in the Vernon MS. at Oxford. With an Appendix, containing "The Lyfe of Joseph of Armathy", Reprinted from the Black - letter Copy of Wynkyn de Worde; "De Sancto Joseph ab Armathia", First Printed by Pynson A.D. 1516; and "Lyfe of Joseph of Armathia", First Printed by Pynson A.D. 1520. Edited, with Notes and Glossarial Indices, by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1871) [MiddlER,JosepOA].

Middle English Romances [1875], The Romance of Guy of Warwick. The second or 15th - century Version. Edited from the Paper MS. Ff.2.38. in the University Library, Cambridge, by Dr. Julius Zupitza (London: Published for The Early English text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1875 - 1876) [MiddlER,RomanOG].

Middle English Romances [1878], Alexander and Dindimus: or, The Letters of Alexander to Dindimus, King of the Brahmans, with the Replies of Dindimus; Being a Second Fragment of the Alliterative Romance of Alisaunder; Translated from the Latin, about A.D. 1340 - 50; Re - edited from the Unique MS. in the Bodleian Library, Oxford. By the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co. [etc.], 1878) [MiddlER,AlexaAD].

Middle English Romances [1878], Generydes, A Romance in Seven - line Stanzas. Edited from the Unique Paper MS. in Trinity College, Cambridge (about 1440 A.D.), by W. Aldis Wright (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1878) [MiddlER,GenerAR].

Middle English Romances [1879], The English Charlemagne Romances. Part I. Sir Ferumbras. Edited from the Unique Paper MS. About 1380 A.D., in The Bodleian Library (Ashmole MS. 33) by Sidney J. Herrtage (London: The Early English Text Society; Trübner & Co., 1879) [MiddlER,EngliCR].

Middle English Romances [1880], The English Charlemagne Romances. Part II. "The Sege of Melayne" and "The Romance of Duke Rowland and Sir Otuell of Spain", Now for the First Time Printed from the Unique MS. of R. Thornton, in The British Museum, MS. Addit. 31,042, together with a Fragment of "The Song of Roland", from the Unique MS. Lansd. 388. Edited by Sidney J. Herrtage (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1880) [MiddlER,EngliCR].

Middle English Romances [1881], The English Charlemagne Romances. Part V. The Romance of The Sowdone of Babylone and of Ferumbras His Sone Who Conquered Rome. Re - Edited from the Unique MS. of the late Sir Thomas Phillipps, with Introduction, Notes, and Glossary by Emil Hausknecht (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1881) [MiddlER,EngliCR].

Middle English Romances [1882], Barbour's des Schottischen Nationaldichters Legendensammlung nebst den Fragmenten seines Trojanerkrieges. Zum ersten Mal herausgegeben und kritisch bearbeitet von C. Horstmann. Zweiter Band (Heilbronn: Verlag von Gebr. Henninger, 1882) [MiddlER,BarboDS].

Middle English Romances [1882], The English Charlemagne Romances. Part VI. The Tail of Rauf Coilyear (About 1475 A.D.) (from the Unique Copy of Lekpreuik's Edition of 1572) with the Fragments of Roland and Vernagu and Otuel (from the Unique Auchinleck MS., About 1330 A.D.): Re - Edited from the Original, with Introduction, Notes and Glossary, by Sidney J. H. Herrtage (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1882) [MiddlER,EngliCR].

Middle English Romances [1883], The Romance of Guy of Warwick. The first or 14th; - century version. Edited from the Auchinleck MS. in the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh, and from MS. 107 in Caius College, Cambridge: by Julius Zupitza (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1883 - 1891) [MiddlER,RomanOG].

Middle English Romances [1886], Sir Tristrem: Edited by George P. McNeill (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood and Sons, 1886) [MiddlER,SirTEBG].

Middle English Romances [1886], The Wars of Alexander: An Alliterative Romance Translated from the Historia Alexandri Magni de Preliis. Re - edited from MS. Ashmole 44, in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, and MS. D.4.12, in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin: By the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, By N. Trübner & Co., 1886) [MiddlER,WarsOAA].

Middle English Romances [1887], Torrent of Portyngale: Re - Edited from the Unique MS. in The Chetham Library, Manchester, by E. Adam (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1887) [MiddlER,TorreOP].

Middle English Romances [1888], [The King of Tars, in] Englische Studien. Organ für Englische Philologie unter Mitberücksichtigung des Englischen Unterrichtes auf Höheren Schulen. Herausgegeben von Dr. Eugen Kölbing ... XI. Band (Heilbronn; London: Gebr. Henninger, 1888) [MiddlER,TheKOTI].

Middle English Romances [1889], Ipomedon in drei englischen Bearbeitungen: Herausgegeben von Eugen Kölbing (Breslau: Verlag von Wilhelm Koebner, 1889) [MiddlER,IpomeID].

Middle English Romances [1889], [Sir Landeval, in] The American Journal of Philology, Vol. X: Edited by Basil L. Gildersleeve (Baltimore; New York: The Editor; Macmillan and Co., 1889) [MiddlER,SirLITA].

Middle English Romances [1890], Arthour and Merlin: Nach der Auchinleck - Hs. Nebst zwei Beilagen: Herausgegeben von Eugen Kölbing (Leipzig: Verlag von O. R. Reisland, 1890) [MiddlER,ArthoAM].

Middle English Romances [1892], [The History of Roswall and Lillian, ed. O. Lengert, in] Englische Studien. Organ für Englische Philologie unter Mitberücksichtigung des Englischen Unterrichtes auf Höheren Schulen. Herausgegeben von Dr. Eugen Kölbing (Leipzig: O. R. Reisland, 1892) [MiddlER,TheHORA].

Middle English Romances [1893], Le Bone Florence Of Rome. Herausgegeben von Wilhelm Vietor. Erste Abteilung. Abdruck der Handschrift. (Ff. II. 38, University Library, Cambridge) (Marburg: K. G. Elwert'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1893) [MiddlER,LeBFORH].

Middle English Romances [1894], The Romance of Sir Beves of Hamtoun. Edited from Six Manuscripts and the Old Printed Copy, with Introduction, Notes and Glossary, By Eugen Kölbing (London: The Early English Text Society, 1894) [MiddlER,RomanOS].

Middle English Romances [1894], [The Tale of Gamelyn, in] The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: Edited from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1894) [MiddlER,TheTOGI].

Middle English Romances [1897], Scottish Alliterative Poems; In Riming Stanzas; Edited with Introduction, Appendix, Notes, and Glossary by F. J. Amours (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1897) [MiddlER,ScottAP].

Middle English Romances [1898], Morte Arthure, or The Death of Arthur. Edited from Robert Thornton's MS. in the Library of Lincoln Cathedral, by Edmund Brock. [A New Edition, 1871.] (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1898) [MiddlER,MorteAO].

Middle English Romances [1901], King Horn, Floriz and Blauncheflur, The Assumption of our Lady. First edited in 1866 by the Rev. J. Rawson Lumby ... and now re - edited from the manuscripts, with introduction, notes and glossary, by George H. McKnight (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1901) [MiddlER,KingHFA].

Middle English Romances [1901], King Horn: A Middle - English Romance: Edited from the Manuscripts by Joseph Hall (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1901) [MiddlER,KingHAM].

Middle English Romances [1901], Palaestra XV. Sir Ysumbras. Eine englische Romanze des 14. Jahrhunderts im Anschluss an die Vorarbeiten J. Zupitzas: Herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Gustav Schleich (Berlin: Mayer & Müller, 1901) [MiddlER,PalaeXS].

Middle English Romances [1902], The Laud Troy Book, A Romance of About 1400 A.D. Now First Edited from the Unique MS. (Laud Misc. 595) in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, with Introduction, Notes and Glossary by J. Ernst Wülfing (London; Berlin: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.; Asher & Co., 1902 - 1903) [MiddlER,LaudTBA].

Middle English Romances [1903], Le Morte Arthur, A Romance in Stanzas of Eight Lines, Re - edited from MS. Harley 2252, in The British Museum, with Introduction, Notes, Glossary and Index of Names, by J. Douglas Bruce (London; Berlin: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.; Asher & Co., 1903) [MiddlER,LeMAARI].

Middle English Romances [1905], Titus & Vespasian: or The Destruction of Jerusalem in Rhymed Couplets: Edited from the London and Oxford MSS. by J. A. Herbert (London: Printed for The Roxburghe Club, 1905) [MiddlER,TitusAV].

Middle English Romances [1906], The Romance of Emaré. Re - edited from the MS., with Introduction, Notes, and Glossary by Edith Rickert (London: The Early English Text Society, 1906) [MiddlER,RomanOE].

Middle English Romances [1911], [Alexander - Cassamus fragment] Editio princeps des mittelenglischen Cassamus (Alexanderfragments) der Universitätsbibliothek Cambridge. Inaugural - Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doktorwürde der hohen philosophischen Fakultät Sektion I der K. B. Ludwig - Maximilians - Universität München: Vorgelegt am 30. Dezember 1910 von Karl Rosskopf (Erlangen: K. B. Hof - und Universitätsbuchdruckerei von Junge & Sohn, 1911) [MiddlER,AlexaCF].

Middle English Romances [1912], Lancelot of the Laik: From Cambridge University Library MS. Edited by Margaret Muriel Gray (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood and Sons, 1912) [MiddlER,LanceOT].

Middle English Romances [1912], The Middle - English versions of Partonope of Blois: Edited from the manuscripts by A. Trampe Bödtker (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. ... and by Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, 1912 (for 1911)) [MiddlER,MiddlEV].

Middle English Romances [1913], Sir Perceval of Gales: Herausgegeben von J. Campion und F. Holthausen: Mit einer Tafel (Heidelberg; New York: Carl Winter's Universitätsbuchhandlung; G. E. Stechert & Co., 1913) [MiddlER,SirPOGH].

Middle English Romances [1913], [Richard Coeur de Lyon] Der mittelenglische Versroman über Richard Löwenherz: Kritische Ausgabe nach allen Handschriften mit Einleitung, Anmerkungen und deutscher Übersetzung von Karl Brunner (Wien; Leipzig: Wilhelm Braumüller, 1913) [MiddlER,RichaCD].

Middle English Romances [1915], [Sir Orfeo, in] A Literary Middle English Reader: Edited by Albert Stanburrough Cook (Boston; New York: Ginn and Company, 1915) [MiddlER,SirOIAL].

Middle English Romances [1927], The Seege or Batayle of Troye: A middle English metrical romance: Edited from Mss. Lincoln's Inn 150, Egerton 2862, Arundel XXII with Harley 525 included in the appendix: By Mary Elizabeth Barnicle (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1927) [MiddlER,SeegeOB].

Middle English Romances [1930], Middle English Metrical Romances edited by Walter Hoyt French and Charles Brockway Hale (New York: Prentice - Hall, 1930) [MiddlER,MiddlEM].

Middle English Romances [1932], The Siege of Jerusalem: Edited from MS. Laud. Misc. 656: With variants from all other extant mss.: By E. Kölbing and Mabel Day (London: The Early English Text Society; Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1932) [MiddlER,SiegeOJ].

Middle English Romances [1933], The seven sages of Rome (southern version): Edited from the mss. by Karl Brunner (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford: Oxford University Press, 1933) [MiddlER,SevenSO].

Middle English Romances [1935], Firumbras and Otuel and Roland: Edited from Ms. Brit. Mus. Addit. 37492. By Mary Isabelle O'Sullivan (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1935) [MiddlER,FirumAO].

Middle English Romances [1935], Firumbras and Otuel and Roland: Edited from Ms. Brit. Mus. Addit. 37492. By Mary Isabelle O'Sullivan (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1935) [MiddlER,FirumAO].

Middle English Romances [1937], Amis and Amiloun: Edited by MacEdward Leach (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1937) [MiddlER,AmisAAE].

Middle English Romances [1949], The Romance of Sir Degrevant: A parallel - text edition from mss. Lincoln Cathedral A.5.2 and Cambridge University Ff.1.6: By L. F. Casson (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1949) [MiddlER,RomanOS].

Middle English Romances [1951], Athelston: A Middle English Romance: Edited by A. McI. Trounce (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1951) [MiddlER,AthelAM].

Middle English Romances [1952], Kyng Alisaunder: Edited by G. V. Smithers (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1952 - 1957) [MiddlER,KyngAEB].

Middle English Romances [1956], [Apollonius of Tyre, in] Die alt - und mittelenglischen Apollonius - Bruchstücke mit dem Text der Historia Appolonii nach der englischen Handschriftengruppe: Herausgegeben von Josef Raith (Munich: Max Hueber Verlag, 1956) [MiddlER,ApollOT].

Middle English Romances [1964], Ywain and Gawain: Edited by Albert B. Friedman and Norman T. Harrington (London: Oxford University Press, 1964) [MiddlER,YwainAG].

Middle English Romances [1965], The Breton Lays in Middle English: Edited by Thomas C. Rumble (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1965) [MiddlER,BretoLI].

Middle English Romances [1966], Middle English Verse Romances: Edited by Donald B. Sands (New York; Chicago: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966) [MiddlER,MiddlEV].

Middle English Romances [1968], Sir Amadace and The Avowing of Arthur: Two Romances from the Ireland MS: By Christopher Brookhouse (Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1968) [MiddlER,SirAATA].

Middle English Romances [1969], Lybeaus Desconus: Edited by M. Mills (London; New York: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1969) [MiddlER,LybeaDE].

Middle English Romances [1973], Of Arthour and of Merlin. Edited by O. D. Macrae - Gibson (London; New York: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1973) [MiddlER,OfAAOME].

Middle English Romances [1986], Octovian: Edited from Lincoln, Dean and Chapter Library, Ms. 91 and Cambridge, University Library, Ms. Ff.2. 38: By Frances McSparran (London; New York: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1986) [MiddlER,OctovEF].

Middle English Romances [1986], The Buik of King Alexander the Conqueror by Sir Gilbert Hay: Edited by John Cartwright (Edinburgh: The Scottish Text Society, 1986 - 1990) [MiddlER,BuikOKA].

Middleton, Christopher [1596], Historie of Heaven: Containing the Poeticall fictions of all the starres in the firmament: gathered from amongst all the Poets and Astronomers. By Chrystopher Middleton (London: Printed for Clement Knight [etc.], 1596) [MiddlC,HistoOH].

Middleton, Christopher [1600], The legend of Hvmphrey Duke of Glocester. By Chr: Middleton (London: Printed by E. A. for Nicholas Ling [etc.], 1600) [MiddlC,LegenOH].

Middleton, Thomas [1597], The Wisdome of Solomon Paraphrased. Written by Thomas Middleton (London: Printed ... by Valentine Sems [etc.], 1597) [MiddlT,WisdoOS].

Middleton, Thomas [1604], The Ant and the Nightingale: or, Father Hubburds Tales (London: Printed by T. C. for Tho. Bushell and to be solde by Ieffrey Chorlton [etc.], 1604) [MiddlT,AntATNO].

Mill, Humphrey [1639], Poems Occasioned by a melancholy vision: Or A melancholy vision upon diuers Theames Englarged: Which by seuerall Arguments ensuinge is showed His gaudie musa tenebris: By H. M. (London: Printed by I. D. for Laurance Blackelocke [etc.], 1639) [MillH,PoemsOB].

Mill, Humphrey [1640], A Nights Search: Discovering the Nature and Condition of Night - Walkers with their associats. Digested into a Poem by Hum. Mill (London: Printed by R. Bishop for L. B., 1640) [MillH,NightSD].

Mill, Humphrey [1646], The Second part of The Nights Search: Discovering The Condition of the various Fowles of Night. Or, The second great Mystery of Iniquity exactly revealed: With the Projects of these Times. In a Poem, By Humphrey Mill (London: Printed for Henry Shepheard, and William Ley [etc.], 1646) [MillH,SeconPO].

Miller of Abington [etc.], The [1575], A ryght pleasaunt and merye Historie, of the Mylner of Abyngton, with his Wife, and his fayre Daughter: and of two poore scholers of Cambridge. Wherevnto is adioyned another merye Jest, of a Sargeaunt that woulde haue learned to be a Fryar (London: Imprinted ... by Rycharde Jhones, [c.1575]) [MilleOA,RyghtPA].

Miller, James [1739], The Art of Life. In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry. In Two Epistles. Epistle the First. By Mr. Miller (London: Printed for J. Watts [etc.], 1739) [MilleJ,ArtOLII].

Miller, James [1740], Are these Things So? The Previous Question, from an Englishman in his Grotto, to a Great Man at Court. The Second Edition corrected: With the Addition of Twenty Lines omitted in the former Impressions (London: Printed for T. Cooper [etc.], 1740) [MilleJ,AreTTST].

Miller, James [1740], The Greatman's Answer to Are these Things So? In A Dialogue Between His Honour and the Englishman in His Grotto ... By the Author of Are these Things So? (London: Printed for T. Cooper [etc.], 1740) [MilleJ,GreatAT].

Miller, James [1741], Miscellaneous Work in Verse and Prose. By Mr. Miller: Volume the first (London: , 1741) [MilleJ,MisceWI].

Miller, Lady Anne [1776], Poetical Amusements At A Villa Near Bath. The Second Edition (London: Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly. And sold by W. Frederick [etc.], 1776) [MilleLA,PoetiAA].

Miller, Lady Anne [1778], On Novelty: and on Trifles, and Triflers. Poetical Amusements at a Villa near Bath (Bath: Printed and Sold by R. Cruttwell [etc.], 1778) [MilleLA,OnNAOTA].

Miller, Thomas [1832], Songs of the Sea Nymphs. Scenes in Fairy Land, &c. By T. Miller (London; Dublin: Simpkin and Marshall; W. F. Wakeman, 1832) [MilleT,SongsOT].

Miller, Thomas [1836], A Day in the Woods; A Connected Series of Tales and Poems. By Thomas Miller (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1836) [MilleT,DayITWA].

Miller, Thomas [1841], Poems by Thomas Miller (London: Thomas Miller, 1841) [MilleT,PoemsBT].

Miller, Thomas [1852], Original Poems for My Children. By Thomas Miller (London: David Bogue, 1852) [MilleT,OrigiPF].

Miller, Thomas [1852], Original poems for my children. By Thomas Miller (London: David Bogue, [1852]) [MilleT,OrigiPF].

Miller, Thomas [1855], The Poetical Language of Flowers or, The Pilgrimage of Love. By Thomas Miller. Second Edition (London: David Bogue, 1855) [MilleT,PoetiLO].

Miller, Thomas [1861], Original songs for the rifle volunteers. By Samuel Lover, Charles Mackay, and Thomas Miller. (Many of them adapted to Household Tunes) (London: C. H. Clarke, 1861) [MilleT,OrigiSF].

Miller, Thomas [1864], Birds, Bees and Blossoms. Original Poems for Children by Thomas Miller (London; Edinburgh: T. Nelson and Sons, [1864]) [MilleT,BirdsBA].

Miller, Thomas [1865], Songs of the Seasons for My Children. By Thomas Miller ... Illustrated (London: William Tegg, 1865) [MilleT,SongsOT].

Miller, William [1902], Willie Winkie and Other Songs and Poems: By William Miller: Edited, with an Introduction by Robert Ford (Paisley; London: Alexander Gardner, 1902) [MilleW,WilliWA].

Milliken, Richard Alfred [1807], The river - side, a poem, in three books. Written by R. A. Milliken (Cork: Printed by J. Connor [etc.], 1807) [MilliRA,RiverSA].

Milliken, Richard Alfred [1823], Poetical fragments of the late Richard Alfred Millikin, with an authentic memoir of his life (London; Edinburgh: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown; W. Blackwood, 1823) [MilliRA,PoetiFO].

Milliken, Richard Alfred [1830], The Groves of Blarney. To which are added The Dream of Napoleon [etc.] (Waterford: W. Kelly, [1830?]) [MilliRA,GroveOB].

Milman, Henry Hart [1814], Ode on the arrival of the Potentates in Oxford: And Judicium Regale, an ode (Oxford; London: Printed for J. Parker; and J. Maurray, 1814) [MilmaHH,OdeOTAO].

Milman, Henry Hart [1826], Anne Boleyn: A dramatic poem. By the Rev. H. H. Milman (London: John Murray, 1826) [MilmaHH,AnneBAD].

Milman, Henry Hart [1840], The Poetical Works of the Rev: H. H. Milman. In three volumes (London: John Murray, 1840) [MilmaHH,PoetiWO].

Milnes, Richard Monckton, 1st Baron Houghton [1838], Memorials of A Residence on the Continent, and Historical Poems by Richard Monckton Milnes (London: Edward Moxon, 1838) [MilneRM,MemorOA].

Milnes, Richard Monckton, 1st Baron Houghton [1844], Poems of Many Years: By Richard Monckton Milnes. A New Edition (London: Edward Moxon, 1844) [MilneRM,PoemsOM].

Milnes, Richard Monckton, 1st Baron Houghton [1876], The Poetical Works of (Richard Monckton Milnes) Lord Houghton: Collected ed. (London: John Murray, 1876) [MilneRM,PoetiWO].

Milton, John [1637], A Maske [Comus] Presented at Ludlow Castle, 1634: On Michaelmasse night, before the Right Honorable, Iohn Earle of Bridgewater, Vicount Brackly, Lord Praesident of Wales, And one of His Maiesties most honorable Privie Counsell (London: Printed for Hvmphrey Robinson [etc.], 1637) [MiltoJ,MaskeCP].

Milton, John [1645], Poems of Mr. John Milton, Both English and Latin, Compos'd at several times. Printed by his true Copies. The Songs were set in Musick by Mr. Henry Lawes (London: Printed by Ruth Raworth for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1645) [MiltoJ,PoemsOM].

Milton, John [1671], Paradise Regain'd. A Poem. In IV Books. To which is added Samson Agonistes. The Author John Milton (London: Printed by J. M. for John Starkey [etc.], 1671) [MiltoJ,ParadRA].

Milton, John [1673], Poems, &c. Upon Several Occasions. By Mr. John Milton: Both English and Latin, &c. Composed at several times. With a small Tractate of Education to Mr. Hartlib (London: Printed for Tho. Dring [etc.], 1673) [MiltoJ,PoemsAU].

Milton, John [1674], Paradise Lost. A Poem in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The Second Edition Revised and Augmented by the same Author (London: Printed by S. Simmons [etc.], 1674) [MiltoJ,ParadLA].

Milton, John [1694], Letters of State, Written by Mr. John Milton, To most of the Sovereign Princes and Republicks of Europe. From the Year 1649. Till the Year 1659. To which is added, An Account of his Life. Together with several of his Poems; And a Catalogue of his Works, never before Printed (London: [Anon.], 1694) [MiltoJ,LetteOS].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1664], Homer A la Mode. A Mock Poem upon the first, and second books of Homer's Iliads [by James Scudamore?] (Oxford: Printed by H. H. for Ric. Dauis, 1664) [MinorBA,HomerAL].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1665], Scarronides: Or, Virgile Travestie, A Mock - Poem. Being The Second [and Seventh} Book[s] of, Virgils Aeneis, Translated into English Burlesq; Being a Continuation of the former Story [by R. Monsey] (London: Printed by Thomas Mabb, for Robert Clavel [etc.], 1665) [MinorBA,ScarrOV].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1672], Cataplus: or, Aeneas his Descent to Hell. A Mock poem, In imitation of the Sixth Book of Virgil's Aeneis, in English Burlesque [by Maurice Atkins] (London: Printed for Maurice Atkins, 1672) [MinorBA,CatapOA].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1672], Chaucer's ghoast: Or, A Piece of antiquity. Containing twelve pleasant Fables of Ovid penn'd after the ancient manner of writing in England. Which makes them prove Mock - Poems to the present Poetry. With the History of Prince Corniger, and his Champion Sir Crucifrag, that run a tilt likewise at the present Historiographers. By a Lover of Antiquity (London: Printed by T. Ratcliff & N. Thompson for Richard Mills [etc.], 1672) [MinorBA,ChaucGO].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1673], Ovidius exulans or Ovid travestie: A Mock - Poem, On Five Epistles of Ovid viz, Dido to Aenaeas: Leander to Hero: Laodameia to Protesilaus: Hero to Leander: Penelope to Ulysses: In English Burlesque ... By Naso Scarronnomimus (London: Printed by Peter Lillicrap, for Samuel Speed [etc.], 1673) [MinorBA,OvidiEO].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1674], Hogan - Moganides: or the Dutch Hudibras (London: Printed for William Cademan [etc.], 1674) [MinorBA,HoganMO].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1681], Homer Alamode, The Second Part, In English Burlesque: Or, a Mock - Poem upon the Ninth Book of Iliads. Invented for the Meridian of Cambridge, where the Pole of Wit is elevated by several degrees [by James Scudmore?] (London: Printed by S. Roycroft, for Dorman Newman [etc.], 1681) [MinorBA,HomerAT].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1683], Canidia, or the Witches. A Rhapsody. In Five Parts. By Robert Dixon (London: Printed by S. Roycroft, for Robert Clavell [etc.], 1683) [MinorBA,CanidOT].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1684], Lucian's Dialogues, (Not) from the Greek: done into English Burlesque (London: Printed for William Bateman [etc.], 1684) [MinorBA,LuciaDN].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1689], The Irish Hudibras, or Fingallian Prince, Taken from the Sixth Book of Virgil's Aenaeids, and Adapted to the Present Times [by James Farewell] (London: Printed, and are to be Sold by Richard Baldwin [etc.], 1689) [MinorBA,IrishHO].

Minor Burlesques and Travesties [1698], Pendragon; or, The Carpet Knight his Kalendar (London: Printed for John Newton [etc.], 1698) [MinorBA,PendrOT].

Minot, Laurence [1897], The Poems of Laurence Minot: Edited with introduction and notes by Joseph Hall ... Second Edition (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1897) [MinotL,PoemsOL].

Mirk, John [1868], Instructions for Parish Priests. By John Myrc. Edited from Cotton MS. Claudius A. II, by Edward Peacock (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by Trübner & Co., 1868) [MirkJ,InstrFP].

Mirror of New Reformation, The [1634], Mirrovr of new reformation, wherein reformers, by their owne acknowledgement, are represented ad viuum. The beauty also of their handy - worke is displayed. Second Edition, augmented (: Printed by Iohn Cousturier, 1634) [MirroON,MirroON].

Miscellanies and Collections [1557], Songes and Sonettes (1557) (In Songes and Sonettes, written by the ryght honorable Lorde Henry Haward ... and others [by Richard Tottel] (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Tottel [etc.], 1557)) [MisceAC,SongeAS].

Miscellanies and Collections [1600], Englands Helicon (London: Printed by I. R. for Iohn Flasket [etc.], 1600) [MisceAC,EnglaH].

Miscellanies and Collections [1697], Poems on Affairs of State (London: Printed for Thomas Tebb and Theoph. Sanders ... Edw. Symon ... and Francis Clay [etc.], 1697 - 1716) [MisceAC,PoemsOA].

Miscellanies and Collections [1717], Ovid's metamorphoses in fifteen books (1717) (In Ovid's metamorphoses in fifteen books. Translated by the most Eminent Hands. Adorn'd with Sculptures (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1717)) [MisceAC,OvidsMI].

Miscellanies and Collections [1763], A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes. By several hands [edited by Robert Dodsley] (London: Printed by J. Hughs, for R. and J. Dodsley [etc.], 1763) [MisceAC,ColleOP].

Miscellanies and Collections [1767], Percy's Reliques (1767) (In Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs, and other Pieces of our earlier Poets, (Chiefly of the Lyric kind.) Together with some few of later Date. The Second Edition (London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1767)) [MisceAC,PercyR1].

Miscellanies and Collections [1802], Minstrelsy of the Scottish border: Consisting of historical and romantic ballads, collected in the southern counties of Scotland; With a few of modern date, founded upon local tradition. In two volumes (Kelso: Printed by James Ballantyne, for T. Cadell Jun. and W. Davies ... and sold by Manners and Miller, and A. Constable [etc.], 1802) [MisceAC,MinstOT].

Miscellanies and Collections [1891], The Golden Treasury of the best songs and lyrical poems in the English Language: Selected and arranged with notes by Francis Turner Palgrave: Revised and enlarged (London: Macmillan and Co., 1891 - 1897) [MisceAC,GoldeTO].

Miscellanies and Collections [1938], The Mirror for Magistrates (1938) (In The Mirror for Magistrates: Edited from original texts in the Huntington Library by Lily B. Campbell (Cambridge: The University Press, 1938)) [MisceAC,MirroFM].

Mitchell, Joseph [1719], Poems On several Grave and Important Subjects, Chiefly occasion'd by the Death of the late Ingenious Youth John Mitchell. In Two Parts. With a General Preface by Appointment of an Athenian Society in Edinburgh (London: Printed for J. Mc Euen in Edinburgh, and for T. Cox [etc.], 1719) [MitchJ,PoemsOS].

Mitchell, Joseph [1727], A Tale And Two Fables In Verse. With Three Prefaces, one Postscript, and two Nota - Bene's, in Prose. By the Author of the Totness Address Versify'd (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1727) [MitchJ,TaleATF].

Mitchell, Joseph [1729], The Monument: Or, The Muse's Motion: To the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, Upon Occasion of the Death of Sir Richard Steele (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1729) [MitchJ,MonumOT].

Mitchell, Joseph [1731], Three poetical epistles. To Mr. Hogarth, Mr. Dandridge, and Mr. Lambert, masters in the art of painting. Written by Mr. Mitchell (London: Printed for John Watts [etc.], 1731) [MitchJ,ThreePE].

Mitchell, Joseph [1732], Poems on Several Occasions. In Two Volumes. By Mr. Joseph Mitchell (London: Printed for Harmen Noorthouck [etc.], 1732) [MitchJ,PoemsOS].

Mitchell, Joseph [1732], The Royal Hermitage or Temple of Honour: A Poem to Her Majesty the Queen - Regent. To which is prefix'd, An Epistle to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole. By Mr. Mitchell (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1732) [MitchJ,RoyalHO].

Mitchell, Joseph [1735], A Familiar Epistle To the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole; Concerning Poets, Poverty, Promises, Places &c. To which are added, Congratulatory Verses upon His taking Possession as First Commissioner of the Treasury, of the New House adjacent thereto in St. James's Park, in September 1735. By Mr. Mitchell (London: Printed for Alexander Cruden [etc.], 1735) [MitchJ,FamilET].

Mitchell, Joseph [1735], A Sick - Bed Soliloquy to An Empty Purse: In Latin and English Verse. Most humbly Submitted and Inscribed to the Right Honourable John Earl of Stair. To which is added A Curse upon Punch; In Imitation of The third Epode of Horace: Addressed to the Right Honourable Thomas Lord Visc. Kilmory. By Mr. Mitchell (London: Printed for the Author, and Sold by W. Mears [etc.], [1735?]) [MitchJ,SickBST].

Mitford, John [1811], Agnes, the Indian Captive. A Poem, in Four Cantos. With Other Poems. By the Rev. John Mitford (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown [etc.], 1811) [MitfoJ,AgnesTI].

Mitford, John [1827], Sacred specimens, selected from the Early English Poets, with prefatory verses, by the Rev. John Mitford (London; Woodbridge: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; T. Cadell; J. Loder, 1827) [MitfoJ,SacreSS].

Mitford, John [1858], Miscellaneous Poems. By the Revd John Mitford (London: John Russell Smith, 1858) [MitfoJ,MiscePB].

Mitford, Mary Russell [1811], Christina, the Maid of the South Seas; A Poem. By Mary Russell Mitford (London: Printed by A. J. Valpy ... for F. C. and J. Rivington [etc.], 1811) [MitfoMR,ChrisTM].

Mitford, Mary Russell [1811], Poems; by Mary Russell Mitford. Second edition, with considerable additions (London: Printed by A. J. Valpy ... Sold by F. C. and J. Rivington [etc.], 1811) [MitfoMR,PoemsBM].

Mitford, Mary Russell [1813], Narrative poems on the Female Character, in the various relations of life. By Mary Russell Mitford ... Vol. I (London: Printed by A. J. Valpy ... Sold by Messrs. F. C. and J. Rivington [etc.], 1813) [MitfoMR,NarraPO].

Mitford, Mary Russell [1827], Dramatic Scenes, Sonnets, and Other Poems. By Mary Russell Mitford (London: Geo. B. Whittaker, 1827) [MitfoMR,DramaSS].

Moffet, Thomas [1599], The Silkewormes, and their Flies: Liuely described in verse, by T. M. a Countrie Farmar, and an apprentice in Physicke. For the great benefit and enriching of England (London: Printed ... by V. S. for Nicholas Ling [etc.], 1599) [MoffeT,SilkeAT].

Moir, David Macbeth [1824], The Legend of Genevieve, with other tales and poems. By Delta (London; Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1824) [MoirDM,LegenOG].

Moir, David Macbeth [1852], The Poetical Works of David Macbeth Moir: Edited by Thomas Aird: With A Memoir of the Author (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1852) [MoirDM,PoetiWO].

Mollineux, Mary [1702], Fruits of Retirement: Or, Miscellaneous Poems, Moral and Divine. Being Some Contemplations, Letters, &c. Written on a Variety of Subjects and Occasions. By Mary Mollineux ... To which is Prefixed, Some Account of the Author (London: Printed and Sold by T. Sowle, 1702) [MolliM,FruitOR].

Monck, Mary [1716], Marinda. Poems and Translations upon Several Occasions (London: Printed by J. Tonson [etc.], 1716) [MonckM,MarinPA].

Montagu, Charles, 1st Earl of Halifax [1716], The Poetical Works Of the Right Honourable Charles, Late Earl of Halifax. With His Lordship's Life including the History of his Times. The Second Edition (London: Printed for E. Curll ... and J. Pemberton [etc.], 1716) [MontaC1,PoetiWO].

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley [1768], The Poetical Works Of the Right Honourable Lady M---y W---y M---e (London: Printed for J. Williams [etc.], 1768) [MontaLM,PoetiWO].

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley [1861], The Letters and Works of Lady Mary Montagu. Edited by her Great - Grandson Lord Wharncliffe. Third Edition, with additions and corrections derived from the original manuscripts, illustrative notes, and a new memoir by W. Moy Thomas. In two volumes (London: Henry G. Bohn, 1861) [MontaLM,LetteAW].

Montgomerie, Alexander [1887], The Poems of Alexander Montgomerie: Edited by James Cranstoun (Edinburgh; London: Wm. Blackwood, 1887) [MontgA,PoemsOA].

Montgomerie, Alexander [1910], Poems of Alexander Montgomerie: And Other Pieces from Laing MS. No. 447: Supplementary Volume: Edited with Introduction, Appendices, Notes, and Glossary by George Stevenson (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood and Sons, 1910) [MontgA,PoemsOA].

Montgomery, James [1819], Greenland, and other poems. By James Montgomery. Second edition (London: Printed by Strahan and Spottiswoode ... for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1819) [MontgJ,GreenAO].

Montgomery, James [1836], A poet's portfolio; or, minor poems: in three books. By James Montgomery. Second edition (London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, 1836) [MontgJ,PoetsPO].

Montgomery, James [1842], Cardiff Church (1842) (In Poems on the loss and re - building of St. Mary's Church, Cardiff. By William Wordsworth. James Montgomery. Thomas William Booker. John Dix (Cardiff: W. Bird, 1842)) [MontgJ,CardiC1].

Montgomery, James [1850], The poetical works of James Montgomery, collected by himself (London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1850) [MontgJ,PoetiWO].

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Munday, Anthony [1579], The Mirrour of Mutabilitie, or Principall part of the Mirrour for Magistrates. Describing the fall of diuers famous Princes, and other memorable Personages. Selected out of the sacred Scriptures by Antony Munday, and dedicated to the Right Honorable the Earle of Oxenford (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Allde and are to be solde by Richard Ballard [etc.], 1579) [MundaA,MirroOM].

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Munday, Anthony [1580], Zelavto. The Fovntaine of Fame. Erected in an Orcharde of Amorous Aduentures. Containing A Delicate Disputation, gallantly discoursed between two noble Gentlemen of Italye. Giuen for a freendly entertainment to Euphues, at his late ariuall into England. By A. M. (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Charlevvood, 1580) [MundaA,ZelavTF].

Munday, Anthony [1581], The true reporte of the prosperous successe which God gaue vnto our English Souldiours against the forraine bands of our Romaine enemies, lately ariued, (but soone inough to theyr cost) in Ireland, in the yeare. 1580. Gathered out of the Letters of moste credit and circumstaunce, that haue beene sent ouer, and more at large set foorth then in the former printed Copie [etc.] (London: Imprinted ... for Edward White [etc.], [1581]) [MundaA,TrueROT].

Munday, Anthony [1582], A breefe Aunswer made unto two seditious Pamphlets, the one printed in French, and the other in English. Contayning a defence of Edmund Campion and his complices, their moste horrible and vnnaturall Treasons, against her Maiestie and the Realme. By A. M. (London: Imprinted by Iohn Charlewood [etc.], 1582) [MundaA,BreefAM].

Munday, Anthony [1588], A banqvet of daintie conceits. Furnished with verie delicate and choyse inuentions, to delight their mindes, who take pleasure in Musique, and there - withall to sing sweete Ditties, either to the Lute, Bandora, Virginalles, or anie other Instrument. Published at the desire of both Honorable and Worshipfull personages, who haue had copies of diuers of the Ditties heerein contained. Written by A. M. (London: Printed by J. C. for Edwarde White [etc.], 1588) [MundaA,BanqvOD].

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Neale, John Mason [1854], Carols for Easter - Tide. Set to Ancient Melodies by the Rev. T. Helmore ... the words Principally in imitation of the original, by the Rev. J. M. Neale (London; New York: J. A. Novello, 1854) [NealeJM,CarolFE].

Neale, John Mason [1854], The Condensed Vocal Parts to the Carols for Christmas - tide; set to Ancient Melodies by the Rev. T. Helmore ... The words, principally in imitation of the original, by the Rev. J. M. Neale (London: Novello and Co., 1854) [NealeJM,CondeVP].

Neale, John Mason [1864], Seatonian Poems. By the Rev. J. M. Neale (Cambridge; London: Deighton, Bell and Co.; Bell and Daldy, 1864) [NealeJM,SeatoPB].

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Nesbit, Edith [1889], Corals, sea songs by E. Nesbit with Sketches by A. Wilde Parsons (London: Ernest Nister, [1889]) [NesbiE,CoralSS].

Nesbit, Edith [1890], Life's Sunny Side (London; New York: Ernest Nister; C. P. Dutton & Co., [1890]) [NesbiE,LifesSS].

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Nesbit, Edith [1893], Our friends and all about them. By Edith Bland. Illustrated by Louisa, Marchioness of Waterford, Fanny Moody and W. Gilbert Foster (London; Paris: Raphael Tuck & Sons, [1893]) [NesbiE,OurFAAA].

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Nevill, William [1930], The Castell of Pleasure by William Nevill: The text of the first issue of the poem with variant readings from the reprint of 1518; Together with introduction, notes and glossary by Roberta D. Cornelius (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1930) [NevilW,CasteOP].

Neville, Alexander [1581], Seneca: His tenne tragedies, translated into Englysh (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1581) [NevilA,SenecHT].

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Newbery, Thomas [1563], A booke in Englysh metre, of the great Marchaunt man called Diues Pragmaticus, very preaty for children to rede: wherby they may the better, and more readyer, rede and wryte wares and Implementes, in this world contayned (London: Imprinted ... by Alexander Lacy [etc.], 1563) [NewbeT,BookeIE].

Newbolt, Sir Henry John [1888], A Fair Death (London; Walsall: Simpkin, Marshall and Co.; W. Henry Robinson, 1888) [NewboSH,FairD].

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Newbolt, Sir Henry John [1939], A perpetual memory: and other poems: By Henry Newbolt: With brief memoirs by Walter de la Mare and Ralph Furse and a portrait by Sir William Rothenstein (London: John Murray, 1939) [NewboSH,PerpeMA].

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Newton, Thomas, gent. [1603], A tropoïon Delion, or, The death of Delia: With the Teares of her Funerall. A Pöeticall Excusiue Discourse of our late Eliza: T. N. G. (London: Imprinted ... for W. Iohnes [etc.], 1603) [NewtoTG,TropoDO].

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Niccols, Richard [1603], Expicedium. A Funeral Oration, upon the death of the late deceased Princesse of famous memorye, Elizabeth by the grace of God, Queen of England, France and Ireland. Written by Infelice Academico Ignoto. Whereunto is added, the true order of her Highnes Imperiall Funerall (London: Printed for E. White, 1603) [NiccoR,ExpicAF].

Niccols, Richard [1607], The Cvckow. Richardvs Niccols (London: Printed by F. K. and are to be sold by W. C., 1607) [NiccoR,CvckoRN].

Niccols, Richard [1611], Three Precious Teares of Blood, Flowing from the wounded harts of three great French Ladies. In Memory of the Vertues, complaint of the losse, and execration of the murther, of that thrice - worthy Monarch, Henry the Great. Now shed aganne in English (London: John Budge, 1611) [NiccoR,ThreePT].

Niccols, Richard [1613], The Three Sisters Teares. Shed at the Late Solemne Funerals of the Royall deceased Henry, Prince of Wales, &c. R. N. (London: Printed by T. S. for Richard Redmer [etc.], 1613) [NiccoR,ThreeST].

Niccols, Richard [1614], The Furies. With Vertues Encomium. Or, The Image of Honour. In two Bookes of Epigrammes, Satyricall and Encomiasticke. By R.N. (London: Printed by William Stansby, 1614) [NiccoR,FurieWV].

Niccols, Richard [1615], Monodia or Walthams Complaint, Upon The death of that most Vertuous and Noble Ladie, late deceased, the Lady Honor Hay, Sole Daughter and Heire to the Right Honorable Edward, Lord Dennie, Baron of Waltham, and wife to the Right Honourable Iames Lord Hay. By R. N. (London: Printed by W. S. for Richard Meighen and Thomas Iones [etc.], 1615) [NiccoR,MonodOW].

Niccols, Richard [1616], Londons Artillery, Briefly Containing The noble practise of that worthie Societie; with the Moderne and Ancient martiall exercises, natures of armes, vertue of Magistrates, Antiquitie, Glorie and Chronography of this honourable Cittie ... By R. N. (London: Printed by Thomas Creede, and Bernard Allsopp for William Welby [etc.], 1616) [NiccoR,LondoAB].

Niccols, Richard [1616], Sir Thomas Overbvries Vision. With the ghoasts of Weston, Mris Turner, the late Lieftenant of the Tower, and Franklin. By R. N. ([London?]: Printed for R. M. & T. I., 1616) [NiccoR,SirTOVW].

Niccols, Richard [1627], The Beggers Ape (London: Printed by B. A. and T. Fawcet for L. Chapman, 1627) [NiccoR,BeggeA].

Nicholson, John [1826], Lines on the present state of the country. July, 1826. By John Nicholson (Bradford: G. and E. Nicholson, 1826) [NichoJ,LinesOT].

Nicholson, John [1826], The Airedale poet's walk through Knaresbrough, and its vicinity. By John Nicholson (Knaresbrough: W. Langdale, 1826) [NichoJ,AiredPW].

Nicholson, John [1830], Lines on the Present Distress of the Country. By John Nicholson (Leeds: Edward Wood, 1830) [NichoJ,LinesOT].

Nicholson, John [1831], Lines, suggested by the near approach of the cholera. By John Nicholson (Bradford: Printed and sold by E. Keighley [etc.], 1831) [NichoJ,LinesSB].

Nicholson, John [1859], Poems by John Nicholson ... (Edited by W. Dearden ... ) With a sketch of his life and writings, by John James ... Fourth Edition (London; Bingley: W. H. Young; J. Harrison and Son, 1859) [NichoJ,PoemsBJ].

Nicholson, John [1876], Poems by John Nicholson ... With a sketch of his life and writings, by John James ... Re - printed from the originals published in the poet's lifetime (Bingley: Thomas Harrison, 1876) [NichoJ,PoemsBJ].

Nicholson, John [1876], The poetical works of John Nicholson ... Carefully edited from the original editions, with additional notes and a sketch of his life and writings. By W. G. Hird (London; Bradford: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co.; Thomas Brear, 1876) [NichoJ,PoetiWO].

Nicholson, Samuel [1600], Acolastvs; His Afterwitte. By S. N. (London: Imprinted for Iohn Baylie [etc.], 1600) [NichoS,AcolaHA].

Nicholson, William [1714], Tales, in Verse, and Miscellaneous Poems: Descriptive of Rural Life and Manners. By William Nicholson (Edinburgh: Printed by Michael Anderson, and sold by Guthrie and Anderson, and A. Wallace and Co. [etc.], 1714) [NichoW,TalesIV].

Nicholson, William [1797], The poetical works of William Nicholson: With a memoir by Malcolm M'L. Harper ... Fourth edition (Dalbeattie: Thomas Fraser, 1797) [NichoW,PoetiWO].

Nicol, Alexander [1739], Nature without art: or, Nature's progress in poetry. Being a Collection of Miscellany Poems. By Alexander Nicol (Edinburgh: Printed by P. Matthie, and sold by Alexander Beck [etc.], 1739) [NicolA,NaturWA].

Nicol, Alexander [1739], Nature's Progress in Poetry, Being a collection of Serious Poems. By Alexander Nicol (Edinburgh: Printed by P. Matthie, and sold by Alexander Beck [etc.], 1739) [NicolA,NaturPI].

Nicol, Alexander [1766], Poems on several subjects, both comical and serious. In two parts. By Alexander Nicol ... To which are added, the experienced gentleman, and the she anchoret; Written in Cromwell's Time, by the then Duchess of Newcastle (Edinburgh: Printed for the Author [etc.], 1766) [NicolA,PoemsOS].

Nicoll, Robert [1842], Poems by Robert Nicoll. Second edition: with numerous additions, and a memoir of the author (Edinburgh; London: William Tait; Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1842) [NicolR,PoemsBR].

Nixon, Anthony [1602], The Christian Navy. Wherein is playnely described the perfit course to sayle to the Hauen of eternall happinesse. Written by Anthony Nixon (London: Imprinted ... by Simon Stafford [etc.], 1602) [NixonA,ChrisNW].

Nixon, Anthony [1603], Elizaes memoriall. King Iames his arriuall. And Romes downefall (London: Printed by T. C. for Iohn Baylie [etc.], 1603) [NixonA,ElizaMK].

Nixon, Anthony [1613], Great Brittaines Generall Ioyes. Londons Glorious Triumphes. Dedicated to the Immortall memorie of the ioyfull Mariage of the two famous and illustrious Princes, Fredericke and Elizabeth. Celebrated the 14. of Februarie, being S. Valentines day. With the Instalment of the sayd potent Prince Fredericke at Windsore, the 7. of Februarie aforesaid (London: Imprinted ... for Henry Robertes and are to be sold by T. P., 1613) [NixonA,GreatBG].

Norden, John [1585], A sinfvll Mans Solace: Most sweete and comfortable, for the sicke and sorowful Soule: Contriued, into seuen seuerall Daies Conference, betweene Christ and a carelesse Sinner. Wherin, euerie man, from the highest, to the lowest: from the Richest, to the poorest: and aboue all, the sorowfull Sinner: maye take such sweet repaste of Resolution, to amendment of lyfe, and confirmation of Fayth: that (in respect of the Heauenlie Solace, therin faithfully remembred:) all the pompes and pleasures of this wicked worlde, shall be plainely perceiued to be meere miserie. Writeen by Iohn Norden (London: Printed ... by Richard Iones, 1585) [NordeJ,SinfvMS].

Norden, John [1600], Vicissitudo rerum, An Elegiacall Poeme, of the interchangeable courses and varietie of things in this world. The first Part (London: Imprinted ... by Simon Stafford [etc.], 1600) [NordeJ,VicisRA].

Norden, John [1603], A Pensive soules delight. By Iohn Norden (London: Printed by T. C. for William Lugger, 1603) [NordeJ,PensiSD].

Norden, John [1614], The Labyrinth Of Mans Life. Or Vertves Delight and Enuies opposite. By Io: Norden (London: Printed ... for Iohn Budge [etc.], 1614) [NordeJ,LabyrOM].

Norris, John [1692], A Collection of Miscellanies: Consisting of Poems, Essays, Discourses & Letters, Occasionally Written. By John Norris ... The Second Edition Corrected (London: Printed for J. Crosley, and Samuel Manship [etc.], 1692) [NorriJ,ColleOM].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1829], The Sorrows of Rosalie. A Tale. With Other Poems (London: John Ebers, 1829) [NortoCE,SorroOR].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1831], Home thoughts and home scenes. In original poems: By Jean Ingelow, Dora Greenwell, Mrs. Tom Taylor, The Hon. Mrs Norton, Amelia B. Edwards, Jennett Humphreys, and the author of "John Halifax Gentleman." And pictures by A. B. Houghton, Engraved by the Brothers Dalziel (London: Routledge, Warne and Routledge, 1831) [NortoCE,HomeTAH].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1833], Poems: By the Honble Mrs. Norton (Boston: Allen and Ticknor, 1833) [NortoCE,PoemsBT].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1836], A voice from the factories. In Serious Verse. Dedicated to the Right Honourable Lord Ashley (London: John Murray, 1836) [NortoCE,VoiceFT].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1840], Lines on Queen Victoria (London: Printed by Charles Reynell, 1840) [NortoCE,LinesOQ].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1840], The Dream and Other Poems. By the Hon'ble Mrs Norton (London: Henry Colburn, 1840) [NortoCE,DreamAO].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1846], The child of the islands. A poem. By the Hon. Mrs. Norton. Second edition (London: Chapman and Hall, 1846) [NortoCE,ChildOT].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1847], Aunt Carry's ballads for children. By the Honourable Mrs. Norton. Adventures of a Wood Sprite. The Story of Blanche and Brutikin. With illustrations by John Absolon (London: Joseph Cundall, 1847) [NortoCE,AuntCBF].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1850], Love Not ([London]: , [1850?]) [NortoCE,LoveN].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1853], The undying one, and other poems. By the Honble Mrs. Norton. New edition (London; Edinburgh: Richard Bentley; Oliver & Boyd, 1853) [NortoCE,UndyiOA].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1859], Poem by the Hon. Mrs Norton (1859) (In The Burns centenary poems: A collection of fifty of the best out of many hundreds written on occasion of The Centenary Celebration, including the six recommended for publication by the judges at the Crystal Palace Competition, many of the highly commended, and several prize poems. Selected and edited by George Anderson and John Finlay (Glasgow; Edinburgh: Thomas Murray and Son; John Menzies, 1859)) [NortoCE,PoemBTH].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1862], The Lady of La Garaye. By the Hon. Mrs Norton (Cambridge; London: Macmillan, 1862) [NortoCE,LadyOLG].

Norton, Caroline Elizabeth Sarah [1888], Bingen on the Rhine. By Caroline E. S. Norton (London: John Walker & Co., [1888]) [NortoCE,BingeOT].

Norton, Thomas [1551], To the reder [1551] (In A preseruatiue, or triacle, agaynst the poyson of Pelagius, lately renued, & styrred vp agayn, by the furious secte of the Annabaptistes: deuysed by Wyllyam Turner ([London]: , [1551])) [NortoT,ToTR1].

Norton, Thomas [1975], Thomas Norton's Ordinal of Alchemy: Edited by John Reidy (London; New York: Published for The Early English Text Society by The Oxford University Press, 1975) [NortoT,ThomaNO].

Nuce, Thomas [1581], Seneca: His tenne tragedies translated into Englysh (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1581) [NuceT,SenecHT].

Nugent [or Craggs], Robert, Earl Nugent [1898], Poems (1898) (In Memoir of Robert, Earl Nugent: With Letters, Poems, and Appendices: By Claud Nugent: With Twelve Reproductions from Family Portraits by Sir Godfrey Kneller, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Gainsborough and Others (London: William Heinemann, 1898)) [NugenOC,Poems1].

Nutbrown Maid, The [1535], Here begyneth ye new Notborune mayd vpo ye passio of cryste (London: Imprynted ... by John Skot [etc.], [1535?]) [NutbrMT,HereBYN].

Nutbrown Maid, The [1871], [The Nutbrown Maid, in] Specimens of English Literature from The `Ploughmans Crede' to The `Shepheardes Calender': A.D. 1394 - A.D. 1579: With introduction, notes and glossarial index by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1871) [NutbrMT,TheNMIS].

O'Shaughnessy, Arthur William Edgar [1870], An Epic of Women and Other Poems. By Arthur W. E. O'Shaughnessy (London: John Camden Hotten, 1870) [OshauAW,EpicOWA].

O'Shaughnessy, Arthur William Edgar [1874], Lays of France. (Founded on The Lays of Marie.) By Arthur O'Shaughnessy. Second Edition (London: Chatto and Windus, 1874) [OshauAW,LaysOFF].

O'Shaughnessy, Arthur William Edgar [1874], Music and Moonlight: Poems and Songs. By Arthur O'Shaughnessy (London: Chatto and Windus, 1874) [OshauAW,MusicAM].

O'Shaughnessy, Arthur William Edgar [1881], Songs of A Worker. By Arthur O'Shaughnessy (London: Chatto and Windus, 1881) [OshauAW,SongsOA].

Ogle, George [1728], Translations from various Greek authors (1728) (In The Loves of Hero and Leander. From the Greek of Musaeus ... By Mr. Sterling. To which are added, some New translations from various Greek Authors, viz. Anacreon, Sappho, Julian, Theocritus, Bion, Moschus, and Homer. By another Hand (London: J. Walthoe [etc.], 1728)) [OgleG,TransFV].

Ogle, George [1731], Basia Joannis Secundi Nicolai Hagensis: or The Kisses of Joannes Secundus Nicolaius of the Hague. In Latin and English Verse. With the Life of Secundus, and a Critic upon his Basia. Adorn'd with a Cut of the Author, and another of his Mistress Julia, engrav'd by the famous Bernard Picart the Roman (London: Printed for Henry Lintot [etc.], 1731) [OgleG,BasiaJS].

Ogle, George [1735], Epistle of Horace Imitated. And illustrated with Gems and Medals. By George Ogle (London: Printed by W. Wilkins [etc.], 1735) [OgleG,EpistOH].

Ogle, George [1735], Epistles of Horace Imitated. And illustrated with Gems and Medals. By George Ogle (London: Printed by W. Wilkins [etc.], 1735) [OgleG,EpistOH].

Ogle, George [1737], Of Legacy - hunting. The Fifth Satire of the Second Book of Horace imitated. A Dialogue between Sir Walter Raleigh, and Merlin the Prophet (London: Printed for J. Brindley ... and sold by A. Dodd [etc.], 1737) [OgleG,OfLHTFS].

Ogle, George [1737], The Miser's Feast. The Eighth Satire of the Second Book of Horace Imitated. A Dialogue between The Author and the Poet Laureat (London: Printed for R. Dodsley, 1737) [OgleG,MiserFT].

Ogle, George [1737], The Twelfth Epistle Of the First Book of Horace Imitated. By George Ogle (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], [1737]) [OgleG,TwelfEO].

Ogle, George [1738], The Eleventh Epistle of the First Book of Horace Imitated. By George Ogle (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], 1738) [OgleG,EleveEO].

Ogle, George [1738], The fifth Epistle of the first Book of Horace imitated. By George Ogle (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], 1738) [OgleG,FifthEO].

Ogle, George [1738], Third Epistle of the First Book of Horace Imitated. By George Ogle (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], 1738) [OgleG,ThirdEO].

Ogle, George [1739], The Eighth and Ninth Epistles of the First Book of Horace Imitated. By George Ogle (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], [1739]) [OgleG,EightAN].

Ogle, George [1741], The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer, modernis'd by several hands. Publsh'd by Mr. Oggle (London: Printed for J. and R. Tonson [etc.], 1741) [OgleG,CanteTO].

Ogle, George [], The Ninth Epistle Of the First Book of Horace Imitated. By George Ogle (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], ) [OgleG,NinthEO].

Ogle, Sir John [1594], The Lamentation of Troy, for the death of Hector. Wherevnto is annexed an Olde womans Tale in hir solitarie Cell (London: Printed by Peter Short for William Mattes, 1594) [OgleSJ,LamenOT].

Oldham, John [1677], Upon the Marriage of the Prince of Orange with the Lady Mary (London: Printed by T. N. for Henry Herringman [etc.], 1677) [OldhaJ,UponTMO].

Oldham, John [1680], Upon the Author of a Play call'd Sodom (1680) (In Poems on several occasions: By the Right Honourable, the E. of R--- (Antwerp: Printed at Antwerp, 1680)) [OldhaJ,UponTAO].

Oldham, John [1684], The Works of Mr. John Oldham, Together with his Remains (London: Printed for Jo. Hindmarsh [etc.], 1684) [OldhaJ,WorksOM].

Oldham, John [1685], [For An Anniversary of Musick kept upon St. Cecilia's day, in] A second Musical Entertainment performed on St. Cecilia's day November XXII 1684. The words By the late ingenious Mr. John Oldham, Author of the Satyrs against the Jesuits, &c. Set to Music in two, three, four, and five Parts, by Dr. John Blow, Master of the Children, and Organist of His Majesty's Chappel - Royal (London: Printed by John Playford, 1685) [OldhaJ,ForAAOM].

Oldham, John [1696], A Pastoral (1696) (In Poems, (&c.) On Several Occasions: with Valentinian; a Tragedy. Written By the Right Honourable John late Earl of Rochester (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1696)) [OldhaJ,Pasto1].

Oldisworth, William [1698], Cupid Sung by M. Cross in the Imposture defeated (: , [1698]) [OldisW,CupidSB].

Oldisworth, William [1710], Callipaedia: or, The Art of Getting Pretty Children. In Four Books. Translated from the Original Latin of Claudius Quilletus. By several Hands (London: Printed for Bernard Lintott [etc.], 1710) [OldisW,CalliOT].

Oldisworth, William [1715], State Tracts: Containing Many Necessary Observations and Reflections on the State of our Affairs at Home and Abroad; With some Secret Memoirs. By the Author of the Examiner (London: Printed, and sold ... by George Sawbridge ... Robert Knaplock and Henry Clements [etc.], 1715) [OldisW,StateTC].

Oldisworth, William [1716], A Pindarick Ode, to the Memory of Dr. William King (London: Printed by H. Meere and Sold by J. Morphew, 1716) [OldisW,PindaOT].

Oldisworth, William [1719], The Odes, Epodes and Carmen Seculare of Horace: In English Verse. To which is prefix'd the Life of Horace: Written by Suetonius. Translated from Dr. Bentley's Latin Edition, By Mr. William Oldisworth. The Second Edition (London: Printed for B. Lintot [etc.], 1719) [OldisW,OdesEAC].

Oldmixon, John [1696], Poems on Several Occasions, Written in imitation of the manner of Anacreon, with Other Poems, Letters and Translations (London: Printed for R. Parker [etc.], 1696) [OldmiJ,PoemsOS].

Oldmixon, John [1697], An Idyll on the Peace (London: Printed for R. Parker ... Peter Buck ... and are to be sold by R. Baldwin [etc.], 1697) [OldmiJ,IdyllOT].

Oldmixon, John [1698], A poem Humbly Addrest to the Right Honourable the Earl of Portland, &c. On his Lordships Return from his Embassy in France. By Mr Oldmixon (London: Printed for Rich. Parker ... and Peter Buck [etc.], 1698) [OldmiJ,PoemHAT].

Oldmixon, John [1702], A Funeral Idyll, Sacred to the Glorious Memory of K. William III. By Mr. Oldmixon (London: Printed for Nich. Cox ... and sold by J. Nutt [etc.], 1702) [OldmiJ,FunerIS].

Oldmixon, John [1703], Amores Britannici. Epistles Historical and Gallant, In English Heroic Verse: From several of The Most Illustrious Personages of their Times. In Imitation of the Heroidum Epistolae of Ovid. With Notes explaining the Most Material Passages in every History (London: Printed, and are to be Sold by John Nutt [etc.], 1703) [OldmiJ,AmoreBE].

Oldmixon, John [1704], A Pastoral Poem on the Victories at Schellenburgh and Bleinheim; Obtain'd by the Arms of the Confederates, under the Command of his Grace the Duke of Marlborough over the French and Bavarians. With a large Preface, shewing the Antiquity and Dignity of Pastoral Poetry. By Mr. Oldmixon (London: Printed and sold by A. Baldwin [etc.], 1704) [OldmiJ,PastoPO].

Oldmixon, John [1705], Ovid's Epistles, translated by several hands. The Seventh Edition. Adorn'd with several Cuts (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1705) [OldmiJ,OvidsET].

Oldmixon, John [1706], Iberia Liberata: A Poem. Occasion'd By the Success of Her Majesties Arms in Catalonia, Valentia, &c. Under the Command of The Right Honourable Charles, Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth, General of Her Majesties Forces in Spain, and Joynt Admiral of the Royal Fleet (London: Printed for Anthony Barker ... and Sold by John Nutt, 1706) [OldmiJ,IberiLA].

Oldmixon, John [1716], The Catholick Poet; or, Protestant Barnaby's Sorrowful Lamentation: An Excellent New Ballad (London: Printed for J. Morphew, J. Roberts, R. Burleigh, J. Baker, and S. Popping [etc.], 1716) [OldmiJ,CathoPO].

Oliphant, Caroline, Baroness Nairne [1869], Life and Songs of the Baroness Nairne: With a Memoir and Poems of Caroline Oliphant the Younger: Edited by the Rev. Charles Rogers ... With a Portrait and Other Illustrations (London: Charles Griffin, 1869) [OliphCB,LifeASO].

Opie, Amelia [1802], Elegy to the memory of the Late Duke of Bedford; written on the evening of his internment. By Mrs Opie (London: Printed for T. N. Longman and O. Rees ... by Taylor and Wilks [etc.], 1802) [OpieA,ElegyTT].

Opie, Amelia [1808], The Warrior's Return, and Other Poems, by Mrs. Opie (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme [etc.], 1808) [OpieA,WarriRA].

Opie, Amelia [1811], Poems by Mrs. Opie. The Sixth Edition (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [etc.], 1811) [OpieA,PoemsBM].

Opie, Amelia [1826], The Black Man's Lament; Or, How to Make Sugar. By Amelia Opie (London: Harvey and Darton, 1826) [OpieA,BlackML].

Opie, Amelia [1840], Lays for the Dead: By Amelia Opie (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, 1840) [OpieA,LaysFTD].

Ord, John Walker [1833], The Wandering Bard: And Other Poems (Edinburgh; London: John Anderson; Whittaker and Co., 1833) [OrdJW,WandeBA].

Ord, John Walker [1834], England: A Historical Poem. By John Walker Ord (London; Edinburgh: Simpkin and Marshall; Baldwin and Craddock, 1834) [OrdJW,EnglaAH].

Ord, John Walker [1841], The bard, and minor poems. By John Walker Ord ... Collected and edited by John Lodge (London; Edinburgh: Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; William Tait, 1841) [OrdJW,BardAMP].

Ord, John Walker [1845], Rural sketches and poems, chiefly relating to Cleveland (London; Edinburgh: Simpkin And Marshall; W. Tait, 1845) [OrdJW,RuralSA].

Ord, John Walker [1868], Prince Oswy: A Legend of Rosebury. By the late John Walker Ord (London; Stokesley: John Russell Smith; Tweddell and Sons, 1868) [OrdJW,PrincOA].

Orleans, Charles Duke of [1941], The English Poems of Charles of Orleans: Edited from the manuscript Brit. Mus. Harl. 682 by Robert Steele (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1941 - 1946) [OrleaCD,EngliPO].

Outram, George [1916], Legal & Other Lyrics. By George Outram: Containing a number of new pieces & fifteen illustrations by Edward J. Sullivan (London; Edinburgh: T. N. Foulis, 1916) [OutraG,LegalAO].

Overbury, Sir Thomas [1622], Sir Thomas Overbury; His Wife. With Additions of new Characters, and many other Wittie Conceits neuer before Printed. The eleuenth Impression (London: Printed for Laurence Lisle and are to be sold by Henry Seile [etc.], 1622) [OverbST,SirTOHW].

Owenson, Sydney [1801], Poems ... by Sydney Owenson (Dublin; London: Printed by Alex. Stewart [etc.]; Mr. Phillips, 1801) [OwensS,PoemsBS].

Owenson, Sydney [1807], The lay of an Irish harp; or metrical fragments. By Miss Owenson (London: Printed for Richard Phillips [etc.], 1807) [OwensS,LayOAIH].

Oxenham, Henry Nutcombe [1854], Sentence of Kaires and other poems (Oxford; London: T. and G. Shrimpton; Whitaker, 1854) [OxenhHN,SenteOK].

Oxenham, Henry Nutcombe [1871], Poems. By Henry Nutcombe Oxenham. Third Edition (London: R. Washbourne, 1871) [OxenhHN,PoemsBH].

Pack, Richardson [1719], Miscellanies in Verse and Prose (London: Printed for E. Curll, 1719) [PackR,MisceIV].

Pack, Richardson [1720], Religion and Philosophy: A Tale. With Five other Pieces. By Major Pack (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1720) [PackR,ReligAP].

Pack, Richardson [1729], The Whole Works of Major Richardson Pack ... In Prose and Verse. Now Collected into one Volume: with some Account of his Life and Writings, drawn up by Himself in the Year M.DCC.XX. (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1729) [PackR,WholeWO].

Pack, Richardson [1738], Major Pack's Poetical Remains. Published from his Original Manuscripts. To which are Added, translations from Catullus, Tibullus, and Ovid. With an Essay on the Roman elegiac poets, &c. (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1738) [PackR,MajorPP].

Page, Samuel [1613], Alcilia. Philoparthens louing Folly. Whereunto is added Pigmalions Image. With The Loue of Amos and Laura. And also Epigrammes by Sir I. H. and others. Neuer before imprinted (London: Printed for Richard Hawkins [etc.], 1613) [PageS,AlcilPL].

Paget, Thomas Catesby, Baron Paget [1736], An Essay on Human Life. By the Right Honourable the Lord Paget. The Third Edition. Corrected and Much Enlarg'd by the Author (London; Dublin: Printed, and Re - printed by George Faulkner [etc.], 1736) [PagetTC,EssayOH].

Paget, Thomas Catesby, Baron Paget [1739], A Kind of a Dialogue in Hudibrasticks: Designed for the Use of The Unthinking and The Unlearned (London: Printed for T. Cowper [etc.], 1739) [PagetTC,KindOAD].

Paget, Thomas Catesby, Baron Paget [1741], Miscellanies In Prose And Verse (London: , 1741) [PagetTC,MisceIP].

Palgrave, Francis Turner [1854], Idyls and Songs by Francis Turner Palgrave: 1848 - 1854 (London: John W. Parker and Son, 1854) [PalgrFT,IdylsAS].

Palgrave, Francis Turner [1871], Lyrical Poems. By Francis Turner Palgrave (London; New York: Macmillan, 1871) [PalgrFT,LyricPB].

Palgrave, Francis Turner [1874], A Lyme Garland: Being verses, mainly written at Lyme Regis, or upon the scenery of the neighbourhood; By Francis Turner Palgrave (Lyme; Dunster: Printed for the School Fund, [1874]) [PalgrFT,LymeGBV].

Palgrave, Francis Turner [1887], Ode for the Twenty - First of June 1887: By Francis T. Palgrave (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1887) [PalgrFT,OdeFTTF].

Palgrave, Francis Turner [1891], The visions of England; Lyrics on leading men and events in English history by Francis T. Palgrave (London; Paris: Cassell & Company, 1891) [PalgrFT,VisioOE].

Palgrave, Francis Turner [1892], Amenophis and Other Poems Sacred and Secular by Francis T. Palgrave (London; New York: Macmillan, 1892) [PalgrFT,AmenoAO].

Palgrave, Francis Turner [1893], Prothalamion: 6th July 1893 (: , 1893) [PalgrFT,Proth6J].

Palladius [1873], Palladius On Husbondrie. From the Unique MS. of About 1420 A.D. in Colchester Castle. Edited by the Rev. Barton Lodge: With a Ryme Index Edited by Sidney J. H. Herrtage (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1873 and 1879) [Palla,PallaOH].

Park, Thomas [1797], Sonnets and Other Small Poems: By T. Park (London: Printed for G. Sael [etc.], 1797) [ParkT,SonneAO].

Park, Thomas [1804], Cupid turned volunteer: In a series of prints, designed by Her Royal Highness the Princess Elizabeth; and Engraved by W. N. Gardiner: With poetical illustrations by Thomas Park (London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. ... for E. Harding ... And sold by W. N. Gardiner [etc.], 1804) [ParkT,CupidTV].

Park, Thomas [1818], Nugae Modernae: Morning thoughts, and midnight musings: consisting of casual reflections, egotisms, &c. In prose and verse. By Thomas Park (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Brown, 1818) [ParkT,NugaeMM].

Parker, Henry, 8th Baron Morley [1562], Epitaph of Sir Thomas West (1562) (In The Accedens of Armory ([London]: [R. Tottill], [1562])) [ParkeH8,EpitaOS].

Parker, Henry, 8th Baron Morley [1565], The tryumphes of Fraunces Petrarcke, translated out of Italian into English by Henrye Parker ... The tryumphe: of Loue. Of Chastitie. Of Death. Of Fame. Of Tyme. Of Diuinitie (London: Printed ... by Iohn Cawood [etc.], [1565?]) [ParkeH8,TryumOF].

Parker, Henry, 8th Baron Morley [1814], [Henry Lorde Morley to hys Posteritye, in] The British Bibliographer. By Sir Egerton Brydges ... and Joseph Haslewood. Volume IV (London: Printed for R. Triphook ... by T. Bensley [etc.], 1814) [ParkeH8,HenryLM].

Parker, Henry, 8th Baron Morley [1891], [Soneto, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie (begründet von Rich. Paul Wülker.) Herausgegeben von Ewald Flügel und Gustav Schirmer. Band XIII. Neue Folge Band I (Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1891) [ParkeH8,SonetIA].

Parker, Matthew [1567], The whole Psalter translated into English Metre, which contayneth an hundreth and fifty Psalmes (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Daye [etc.], [1567?]) [ParkeM,WholePT].

Parnell, Thomas [1989], Collected Poems of Thomas Parnell (Newark; London; Toronto: University of Delaware Press; Associated University Presses, 1989) [ParneT,CollePO].

Parrot, Henry [1606], The movs - trap (London: Printed ... for F. B. [etc.], 1606) [ParroH,MovsT].

Parrot, Henry [1608], Epigrams. By H. P. (London: Imprinted by R. B. ... and are to be soulde by Iohn Helme [etc.], 1608) [ParroH,EpigrBH].

Parrot, Henry [1613], Laquei ridiculosi: Or Springes for Woodcocks. By H. P. (London: Printed for Iohn Busby [etc.], 1613) [ParroH,LaqueRO].

Parrot, Henry [1615], The Mastive, or Young - Whelpe of the Olde - Dogge. Epigrams and Satyrs (London: Printed by Tho: Creede, for Richard Meighen, and Thomas Iones [etc.], 1615) [ParroH,MastiOY].

Parrot, Henry [1626], Cvres for the itch. Characters. Epigrams. Epitaphs. By H. P. (London: Printed for Thomas Iones [etc.], 1626) [ParroH,CvresFT].

Parry, Robert [1595], Moderatvs, The most delectable & famous Historie of the Blacke Knight (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Ihones [etc.], 1595) [ParryR,ModerTM].

Parry, Robert [1597], Sinetes: Passions vppon his fortunes, offered for an Incense at the shrine of the Ladies which guided his distempered thoughtes. The Patrons patheticall Posies, Sonets, Maddrigals, and Rowndelayes. Together with Sinetes Dompe. By Robert Parry (London: Printed by T. P. for William Holme [etc.], 1597) [ParryR,SinetPV].

Partridge, John [1566], The notable hystorie of two famous Princes of the worlde, Astianax and Polixena: wherein is set forth the cursed treason of Caulcas. Very pleasant & delectable to reade. Gathered in English verse by Iohn Partridge (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Denham, for Thomas Hacket [etc.], 1566) [PartrJ,NotabHO].

Partridge, John [1566], The worthie Hystorie of the moste Noble and valiaunt Knight Plasidas, otherwise called Eustas, who was martyred for the Profession of Iesus Christ. Gathered in English verse by Iohn Partridge (London: Imprinted ... by Henrye Denham, for Thomas Hacket, 1566) [PartrJ,WorthHO].

Partridge, John [1566], [An admonition or Warning to England, in] The great wonders that are chaunced in the Realme of Naples, with a great misfortune happened at Rome and in other places, by an earth quake in the moneth of December last past. Translated out of Frenche into Englishe, by I. A. (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Denham for Thomas Hacket [etc.], 1566) [PartrJ,AnAOWTE].

Partridge, John [1570], The end and Confession of John Felton, who suffred in Paules churcheyeard in London, the .viii. of August, for high Treason 1570 (London: Imprinted ... by VVilliam Hovv: for William Pickening, 1570) [PartrJ,EndACOJ].

Partridge, John [1873], The history of Pandauola (1873) (In The hystorie of the moste noble knight Plasidas, and other rare pieces; Collected into one book by Samuel Pepys (London: Printed for The Roxburghe Club [by] J. B. Nichols and Sons, 1873)) [PartrJ,HistoOP].

Paterson, Ninian [1683], Obsequies to the memorie of Alexander, late Lord Bishop of Rosse (Edinburgh?: , 1683) [PaterN,ObseqTT].

Paterson, Ninian [1683], On The Much Lamented Death of the Valiant Major William Cockburn, Who died at Stonie - flet, June 6. 1683 (Edinburgh: , 1683) [PaterN,OnTMLDO].

Paterson, Ninian [1683], The Fanatick Indulgence: Granted, Anno 1679. By Mr. Ninian Paterson (Edinburgh: Printed by David Lindsay [etc.], 1683) [PaterN,FanatIG].

Paterson, Ninian [1685], On that devout, and industrious gentelman, George Monteith, Merchant in Edinburgh (Edinburgh: , 1685) [PaterN,OnTDAIG].

Paterson, Ninian [1685], On the Death of His Excellence General Dalziel of Binns. One of the Members of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council (Edinburgh?: , 1685) [PaterN,OnTDOHE].

Paterson, Ninian [1686], On the Lamentable Death of the Lady Lee, Younger: Who departed this Life, February 28.1686. A Funeral Elegie (Edinburgh: , 1686) [PaterN,OnTLDOT].

Paterson, Ninian [1686], To the Memorie of the much Honoured, And much Lamented Thomas Robertson Bailie and Builder of Edinburgh; Who Departed this Life; September 22, 1686. A Funeral Elegie (Edinburgh: Printed by J: Reid [etc.], 1686) [PaterN,ToTMOTM].

Paterson, Ninian [1686], To the Memory of the Right Honourable Thomas Lord Napier (Edinburgh: , 1686) [PaterN,ToTMOTR].

Paterson, Ninian [1687], Moristonus martyr: To the Glorious Memory of the much Renowned Gentleman Andrew Ker of Moristoun, Who was Slain at Bude July 19, 1686. A Funeral Elegie. By Ninian Paterson ([Edinburgh?]: , [1687]) [PaterN,MorisMT].

Paterson, Ninian [1688], An encomiastick character Of the most Necessary, most Ingenious, and most Pleasant Art, of Taylorie: Dedicated to the Masters of the much Honoured Corporation of Edinburgh ([Edinburgh]: Printed by John Reid, [1688]) [PaterN,EncomCO].

Paterson, Ninian [1688], On the Death of the Phoenix of the Age, The Incomparable Gosford, Shipwrack'd before Calis, May 26. 1688. A Funeral Elegie ([Edinburgh]: , [1688]) [PaterN,OnTDOTP].

Paterson, Ninian [1688], Prince and Stewart of Scotland, Duke of Rothsay, Earl of Carrick, Lord of the Isles, Knight and Baronet of Renfrew ([Edinburgh]: , [1688]) [PaterN,PrincAS].

Paterson, Ninian [1688], To the Memory of the right Honourable, Sir John Nisbet of Dirletoun, His Majesties Advocat, and one of the Senators of the Colledge of Justice; who departed this Life at Edinburgh, April 9. 1688. A Funeral Elegie ([Edinburgh]: , 1688) [PaterN,ToTMOTR].

Paterson, Ninian [1688], To the Memory, of the Incomparable Sir Andrew Ramsay of Abbots - Hall. Provost of Edinburgh, Counseller to His Majesty, Lord of the Session, &c. Who departed this Life, January 17. 1688. A funeral elegie ([Edinburgh]: , [1688]) [PaterN,ToTMOTI].

Paterson, Ninian [38], Poem On The Test Dedicated To His Royal Highnes The Duke of Albanie (Edinburgh: 1683, 38 p.) [PaterN,PoemOTT].

Paterson, Ninian [], To the Memory of the right Honourable Margaret Countess of Weems. Who departed this Life at Weems, February 20 1688. A funeral elegie ([Edinburgh?]: [1688], ) [PaterN,ToTMOTR].

Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton [1906], Poems (1906) (In Poems by Coventry Patmore with an introduction by Basil Champneys (London: George Bell and Sons, 1906)) [PatmoCK,Poems1].

Paton, Sir Joseph Noel [1861], Poems by a Painter (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1861) [PatonSJ,PoemsBA].

Paton, Sir Joseph Noel [1867], Spindrift by J. Noel Paton (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1867) [PatonSJ,SpindBJ].

Paton, Sir Joseph Noel [1907], A Christmas carol: By Sir Noel Paton (New York: Ivan Somerville & Company, [1907]) [PatonSJ,ChrisCB].

Pattison, William [1728], The Poetical Works of Mr. William Pattison (London: Printed ... for H. Curll [etc.], 1728) [PattiW,PoetiWO].

Payne, John [1902], The Poetical Works of John Payne: Definitive Edition in Two Volumes (London: The Villon Society, 1902) [PayneJ,PoetiWO].

Payne, John [1903], Vigil and vision. New Sonnets by John Payne (London: The Villon Society, 1903) [PayneJ,VigilAV].

Payne, John [1904], Hamid the Luckless and other tales in verse. By John Payne (London: David Nutt, 1904) [PayneJ,HamidTL].

Payne, John [1904], Songs of Consolation: New Poems by John Payne (London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Company, 1904) [PayneJ,SongsOC].

Payne, John [1907], The Newton - Cowper Centenary, 1907: With Verses Written Specially for the Occasion, By John Payne (Olney: Oliver Ratcliff, at The Cowper Press, 1907) [PayneJ,NewtoCC].

Payne, John [1908], Carol and Cadence: New poems: MDCCCCII - MDCCCCVII: By John Payne (London: The Villon Society, 1908) [PayneJ,CarolAC].

Payne, John [1909], Flower o' the thorn: A book of wayside verse: By John Payne (London: The Villon Society, 1909) [PayneJ,FloweOT].

Payne, John [1920], The Way of the Winepress: By John Payne: With an Introduction by Thomas Wright (Olney: The John Payne Society, 1920) [PayneJ,WayOTWB].

Peacham, Henry, the younger [1611], Two burlesque poems (1611) (In The Odcombian banquet: Dished foorth by Thomas the Coriat, and Serued in by a number of Noble Wits in prayse of his crudities and crambe too. Asinvs. Portans. Mysteria ([London]: Imprinted for Thomas Thorp, 1611)) [PeachHT,TwoBP1].

Peacham, Henry, the younger [1612], Commendatory poem to The Commons Complaint (1612) (In The Commons Complaint. Wherein is Contained Two Speciall Grievances The first, the generall destruction and waste of Woods in this Kingdome, with a remedie for the same: Also how to plant Wood according to the nature of euery soile, without losse of ground, and how thereby many more, and better Cattell may be yearely bred with the charge and profit that yearely may arise thereby. The second grieuance is, the extreame dearth of Victualls ... Newly Corrected and augmented (London: Printed by William Stansby, 1612)) [PeachHT,CommePT].

Peacham, Henry, the younger [1612], Minerva Britanna: Or A Garden of Heroical Deuises, furnished, and adorned with Emblemes and Impresa's of sundry natures, Newly devised, moralized, and published, By Henry Peacham (London: Printed ... by Wa: Dight, 1612) [PeachHT,MinerBO].

Peacham, Henry, the younger [1613], The Period of Mourning. Disposed into sixe Visions. In Memorie of the late Prince. Together with Nuptiall Hymnes, in Honour of this Happy Marriage betweene the Great Princes, Frederick Count Palatine of the Rhene, and The Most Excellent, and Aboundant President of all Virtve and Goodnes Elizabeth onely Daughter to our Soueraigne, his Maiestie. Also the manner of the Solemnization of the Marriage at White - Hall, on the 14 of February; being Sunday, and St. Valentines day. By Henry Peacham (London: Printed by T. S. for Iohn Helme [etc.], 1613) [PeachHT,PerioOM].

Peacham, Henry, the younger [1615], Prince Henrie revived. Or a poeme vpon the birth, and In Honor of the Hopefull yong Prince Henrie Frederick, First - Sonne and Heire apparant to the most Excellent Princes, Frederick Count Palatine of the Rhine, And the Mirrour of Ladies, Princesse Elizabeth, his Wife, only daughter to our Soueraigne Iames King of Great Brittaine, &c. By Henrie Peacham (London: Printed by W. Stansby for Iohn Helme [etc.], 1615) [PeachHT,PrincHR].

Peacham, Henry, the younger [1620], Thalia's Banquet: Furnished with an hundred and odde dishes of newly deuised Epigrammes, Whereunto (beside many worthy friends) are inuited all that loue in offensiue mirth, and the Muses. By H. P. (London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, for Francis Constable [etc.], 1620) [PeachHT,ThaliBF].

Peacham, Henry, the younger [1624], An Aprill Shower: Shed in abundance of Teares, For the Death and Incomparable Losse, of the Right Noble, Truly Religious, and Virtuous, Richard Sacvile, Baron of Buckhurst, and Earle of Dorset. Who Departed this Life upon Easter day last, being the 28th of March, at Dorset - House. By Henry Peacham (London: Printed by Edw. Allde, 1624) [PeachHT,AprilSS].

Peacham, Henry, the younger [1634], Thestylis atrata: Or A Funeral Elegie Vpon the Death of the Right Honourable, most religious and noble Lady, Frances, Late Countesse of Warwick, who departed this life at her house in Hackney neere unto London, In the Moneth of June last past. 1634: By Henrie Peacham (London: Printed by J. H. for Francis Constable, 1634) [PeachHT,ThestAO].

Peacham, Henry, the younger [1641], En surculus Arbor (London: , 1641) [PeachHT,EnSA].

Peacock, Thomas Love [1924], The Works of Thomas Love Peacock (London; New York: Constable & Co.; Gabriel Wells, 1924 - 1934) [PeacoTL,WorksOT].

Pearl Poet, The [1864], [The Pearl, Cleanness, Patience, in] Early English alliterative poems, in the West - Midland dialect of the fourteenth century. Copied and edited from a unique manuscript in the library of the British Museum. With an introduction, notes and glossarial index. By Richard Morris (London: Trübner & Co., 1864) [PearlPT,ThePCPI].

Pearl Poet, The [1922], [St. Erkenwald (Bishop of London 675 - 693): An Alliterative Poem, written about 1386, narrating a Miracle wrought by the Bishop in St. Paul's Cathedral, in] Select Early English Poems: Edited by Sir Israel Gollancz ... IV (London: Humphrey Milford: Oxford University Press, 1922) [PearlPT,StEBOL6].

Pearl Poet, The [1940], Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Re - edited from Ms. Cotton Nero, A. x., in the British Museum, by Sir Israel Gollancz. With introductory essays by Mabel Day and Mary S. Serjeantson (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1940) [PearlPT,SirGATG].

Peele, George [1585], The Device of the Pageant borne before Woolstone Dixi Lord Maior of the Citie of London. An. 1585. October 29 (London: Imprinted by Edward Allde, 1585) [PeeleG,DevicOT].

Peele, George [1589], A Farewell Entituled to the famous and fortunate Generalls of our English forces: Sir Iohn Norris & Syr Francis Drake Knights, and all theyr brave and resolute followers. Whereunto is annexed: A Tale of Troy. Doone by George Peele (London: Printed by I. C. and are to bee solde by William Wright [etc.], 1589) [PeeleG,FarewET].

Peele, George [1589], An Eglogve Gratvlatorie. Entituled: To the right honorable, and renowmed Shepheard of Albions Arcadia: Robert Earle of Essex and Ewe, for his vvelcome into England from Portugall. Done by George Peele (London: Printed by Richard Jones [etc.], 1589) [PeeleG,EglogGE].

Peele, George [1590], Polyhymnia: Describing, The honourable Triumph at Tylt, before her Maiestie, on the 17. of Nouember, last past, being the first day of the three and thirtith yeare of her Highnesse raigne. With Sir Henrie Lea, his resignation of honour at Tylt, to her Maiestie, and receiued by the right honourable, the Earle of Cumberland (London: Printed ... by Richard Ihones, 1590) [PeeleG,PolyhDT].

Peele, George [1591], Descensus Astraeae. The Device of a Pageant, borne before M. William Web, Lord Maior of the Citie of London on the day he tooke his oath, being the 29. of October 1591. Whereunto is annexed A Speech deliuered by one clad like a Sea Nymph, who presented a Pinesse on the water brauely rigd and mand, to the Lord Maior, at the time he tooke Barge to go to Westminster. Done by G. Peele ([London?]: Printed for William Wright, [1591]) [PeeleG,DesceAT].

Peele, George [1593], The Honovr of the Garter. Displaied in a Poeme gratulatorie: Entitled to the worthie and renowned Earle of Northumberland. Created Knight of that Order, and installd at Windsore. Anno Regni Elizabetha. 35. Die Iunij. 26. By George Peele (London: Printed by the Widdowe Charlewood, for Iohn Busbie, 1593) [PeeleG,HonovOT].

Peele, George [1829], The works of George Peele: Collected and edited, with some account of his life and writings, by the Rev. Alexander Dyce ... Second edition with additions: In two volumes (London: William Pickering, 1829 - 1839) [PeeleG,WorksOG].

Peend, Thomas [1565], The Pleasant fable of Hermaphroditus and Salmacis by T. Peend: With a morall in English Verse (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Col[well], 1565) [PeendT,PleasFO].

Peend, Thomas [1565], The moste notable Historie of John Lord Mandosse. Translated from the Spanish by T. de la Peend ([London?]: , 1565) [PeendT,MosteNH].

Peeris, William [1843], [Chronicle of the Family of Percy, in] Reprints of Rare Tracts & Imprints of Antient Manuscripts &c., chiefly illustrative of the history of the Northern Counties (Newcastle: M. A. Richardson, 1843 - 1849) [PeeriW,ChronOT].

Peeris, William [1892], [The Prouerbis at Lekingfelde and Wresyll, in] Anglia. Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. Unter Mitwirkung von Ewald Flügel: Herausgegeben von Eugen Einenkel ... Band XIV ([Halle]: [Max Niemeyer], 1892) [PeeriW,ThePALA].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1701], A Pastoral Poem Sacred to the Memory of the honourable Lord Basil Hamilton. By A. P. (Edinburgh: , 1701) [PenneA,PastoPS].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1718], Britannia Triumphans. In Four Parts ... Sacred to XXVIII May; The Anniversary of the High and Mighty Prince's Birth, George Lewis, by the Grace of God, and Laws of Heaven and Earth, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland ... By Alexander Pennecuik (Edinburgh: Printed by John Mosman and William Brown for the Author, and sold by the said William Brown and John Martin, 1718) [PenneA,BritaTI].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1720], Streams from Helicon: Or, Poems On Various Subjects. In Three Parts. By Alexander Pennecuik ... The Second Edition. Enter'd in Stationer's Hall (Edinburgh: Printed by John Mosman and Company for the Author, 1720) [PenneA,StreaFH].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1721], An Ancient Prophecy Concerning stock - jobbing, And the Conduct of the Directors of the South - Sea - Company. Written, a Thousand Years ago, in the Form of a Parable, by the Famous Avian: Translated from the Greek to Latin, by Romulus of Athens: And now rendred into English, with Additions, By Mr. Pennecuik (Edinburgh: Printed by John Mosman and Company: And are to be sold at William Brown's Shop [etc.], 1721) [PenneA,AnciePC].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1721], Elegy On The deplorable Death of the Right Honourable, John Lord Belhaven, who was lost at Sea, on the 10th of Nov. 1721 ([Edinburgh?]: , 1721) [PenneA,ElegyOT].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1721], Elegy on the Death of Nicol Muschet of Boghall: Written, at the Desire of his Friends ([London?]: , [1721]) [PenneA,ElegyOT].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1723], Corydon and Cochrania, A Pastoral On The Nuptials of the High and Potent Prince, His Grace James Duke of Hamiltoun, Chatelherault and Brandon, &c. with the Lady Anne Cochran, Eldest Daughter of the Right Honourable John Earl of Dundonald, &c. Solemniz'd February 14, 1723. By A. P. (Edinburgh: Printed by William Adams Junior [etc.], 1723) [PenneA,CorydAC].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1724], A Panegyrick on Philip King of Spain, upon his renouncing his Crown and Kingdoms, to live in a Hermitage, By Mr. Pennecuik ([Edinburgh?]: , [1724?]) [PenneA,PanegOP].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1724], The Shepherds Tears: a pastoral sacred to the Memory of that excellent Gentleman, and noble Patriot, William Nisbet of Dirleton ... who died October 20th, 1724 ([Edinburgh?]: , [1724]) [PenneA,ShephTA].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1725], A Huy and Cry after Sir John Barlycorn, A base Rebel denounc'd at the Horn, Fled from the Country where he was bred and Born ([Edinburgh?]: , [1725]) [PenneA,HuyACAS].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1725], Groans from the Grave: or, complaints of the Dead, against the Surgeons for raising their Bodies out of the Dust ([Edinburgh]: , [1725]) [PenneA,GroanFT].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1726], A lecture to the ladies, By a disobliged Admirer of the Fair Sex ([Edinburgh]: , [1726]) [PenneA,LectuTT].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1726], The Faithful Sheepherd, a Funeral poem, To the Memory of that pious and learned Pastor, the Reverend Mr. Thomas Paterson ... who dropt Mortality Sabbath 22. May 1726 ([Edinburgh?]: , 1726) [PenneA,FaithSA].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1750], A Compleat Collection Of All The poems Wrote by That Famous and Learned Poet Alexander Pennecuik. To which is annexed some Curious Poems by other worthy hands (Edinburgh: Printed and sold by R. Drummond [etc.], [1750?]) [PenneA,ComplCO].

Pennecuik, Alexander [1787], A collection of scots poems on several occasions, by the late Mr. Alexander Pennecuik, Gent. And Others (Glasgow: Printed for Alex. Buchanan [etc.], 1787) [PenneA,ColleOS].

Pennecuik, Alexander [], Old - Reekie's loud and joyful Acclamation, For Sir John Barleycorn his Restoration ([Edinburgh?]: , [n.d.]) [PenneA,OldRLAJ].

Pennecuik, Alexander [], Speech And dying Words of John Dalgleish, Lock man alias Hang - man of Edinburgh ([Edinburgh]: , [n.d.]) [PenneA,SpeecAD].

Pennecuik, Alexander, M.D. [1815], The works of Alexander Pennecuik, of New - Hall, M.D.; containing the description of Tweeddale, and miscellaneous poems. A new edition, with copious notes, forming a complete history of the county to the present time. To which are prefixed, memoirs of Dr Pennecuik, and a map of the shire of Peebles, or Tweeddale (Leith: Printed by and for A. Allardice; A. Constable & Co., Manners & Miller [etc.], 1815) [PenneAM,WorksOA].

Percy, William [1594], Sonnets to the fairest Coelia (London: Printed by Adam Islip, for W. P., 1594) [PercyW,SonneTT].

Percy, William [1606], Fovre Bookes of Offices: Enabling privat persons for the speciall seruice of all good Princes and Policies. Made and deuised by Barnabe Barnes (London: Printed at the charges of George Bishop, T. Adams, and C. Burbie, 1606) [PercyW,FovreBO].

Perronet, Edward [1756], Select Passages of the Old and New Testament versified (London: Printed by H. Cock, 1756) [PerroE,SelecPO].

Perronet, Edward [1757], The Mitre: A Poem ([London]: [Privately Printed], [1757]) [PerroE,MitreAP].

Perronet, Edward [1782], A Small Collection of Hymns, &c. (Canterbury: , 1782) [PerroE,SmallCO].

Perronet, Edward [1785], Occasional verse, moral and sacred. Published for the instruction and amusement of the Candidly Serious and Religious (London: Printed for the Editor and sold by J. Buckland [etc.], 1785) [PerroE,OccasVM].

Pestell, Thomas [1940], The Poems of Thomas Pestell: Edited with an account of his life and work by Hannah Buchan (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1940) [PesteT,PoemsOT].

Petowe, Henry [1598], The Second Part of Hero and Leander. Conteyning their further Fortunes. By Henry Petowe (London: Printed by Thomas Purfoot, for Andrew Harris [etc.], 1598) [PetowH,SeconPO].

Petowe, Henry [1599], Philochasander and Elanira: The faire Lady of Britaine. Wherein is discouered the miserable passions of Loue in exile, his vnspeakeable Ioy receaued againe into fauour, with the deserued guerdon of perfit loue and Constancie. By Henry Petowe ([London]: Printed by Thomas Purfoot, 1599) [PetowH,PhiloAE].

Petowe, Henry [1603], Elizabetha quasi vivens. Eliza's Funerall. A fewe Aprill drops, showred on the Hearse of dead Eliza. Or The Funerall Teares of a true hearted Subiect. By H. P. (London: Printed by E. Alde for M. Lawe [etc.], 1603) [PetowH,ElizaQV].

Petowe, Henry [1603], Englands Caesar. His Maiesties most Royall Coronation. Together with the manner of the solemne shewes prepared for the honour of his entry into the Cittie of London. Eliza. her Coronation in Heauen. And Londons sorrow for her visitation. By Henry Petowe (London: Printed by Iohn Windet, for Mathew Law [etc.], 1603) [PetowH,EnglaCH].

Petowe, Henry [1626], The Covntrie Agve. Or, London her Welcome home to her retired Children. Together With a true Relation of the Warlike Funerall of Captaine Richard Robyns ... By Henry Petowe (London: Printed for Robert Allot [etc.], 1626) [PetowH,CovntAO].

Petowe, Henry [1630], An Honovrable President For Great Men. By An Elegiecall Monvment to the Memory of that worthy Gentleman Mr. Iohn Bancks, Citizen and Mercer of London, aged about 60. yeares, and Dyed the 9.th day of September. Anno. Dom. 1630 (: [B. Alsop and T. Fawcet], [1630]) [PetowH,HonovPF].

Petowe, Henry [1635], The Artillery Garden London, Magnificent And Tryvmphant: Or, The Mother of Armes reviv'd. King Charles his Royall Majestie, and the Lords of his Majesties most Honorable privie Councell, theyr Establishing, fetling, and confirming of that Prime and Famous remarkable Nurcerie of Militarie Discipline (the Artillerie Garden London) with the Armes, Crest, and Supporters, by them heretofore assigned to the Gentlemen of the same Societie ... And now published in the time of the right Honorable, Sir Robert Parkhurst Knight, Lord Major of the Citie of London, Iohn Highlord, and Iohn Cordel, Sheriffes of the same Citie: The Right Worpfull, Humphrey Smith Colonell and President of the Artillerie Garden, and Walter Neale Esquire, Captaine of the same Garden, Anno Dom. 1635 (London: , 1635) [PetowH,ArtilGL].

Pett, Peter [1599], Times iourney to seeke his Daughter Truth: And Truths Letter to Fame of Englands Excellencie (London: Imprinted by F. K. for Humfrey Lownes, 1599) [PettP,TimesIT].

Pfeiffer, Emily Jane [1877], Glân - Alarch: His Silence and Song. By Emily Pfeiffer (London: Henry S. King, 1877) [PfeifEJ,GlaciAH].

Pfeiffer, Emily Jane [1878], Gerard's Monument; And Other Poems. By Emily Pfeiffer: 2nd Ed., Revised and Enlarged (London: C. Kegan Paul, 1878) [PfeifEJ,GerarMA].

Pfeiffer, Emily Jane [1879], Quaterman's Grace and Other Poems. By Emily Pfeiffer (London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1879) [PfeifEJ,QuateGA].

Pfeiffer, Emily Jane [1882], Under The Aspens: Lyrical and Dramatic: By Emily Pfeiffer (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1882) [PfeifEJ,UnderTA].

Pfeiffer, Emily Jane [1884], The Rhyme of The Lady of The Rock and How it Grew: By Emily Pfeiffer (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1884) [PfeifEJ,RhymeOT].

Pfeiffer, Emily Jane [1886], Sonnets. By Emily Pfeiffer: Revised and Enlarged Ed. (London; New York: Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; Hamilton, Adams & Co., 1886) [PfeifEJ,SonneBE].

Pfeiffer, Emily Jane [1889], Flowers of the Night. By Emily Pfeiffer (London: Trübner & Co., 1889) [PfeifEJ,FloweOT].

Phaer, Thomas [1544], A commendatory poem (1544) (In The preceptes of warre, setforth by James the erle of Purlilia and traslated into englysh by Peter Bentham ([London]: [Printed for Edwarde Whytchurche [etc.]], 1544)) [PhaerT,CommeP1].

Phaer, Thomas [1584], The .xiii. Bookes of Aeneidos. The first twelue beeinge the woorke of the diuine Poet Virgil Maro, and the thirtenth the supplement of Maphaeus Vegius. Translated into English verse to the fyrst third part of the tenth Booke, by Thomas Phaër ... and the residue finished, and now the second time newly setforth for the delite of such as are studious in Poetrie: By Thomas Twyne (London: Imprinted ... by William How, for Abraham Veale [etc.], 1584) [PhaerT,XiiiBOA].

Philander [1669], The history of Tarquin and Lucretia (London: Printed by T. Leach, for C. Wilkinson [etc.], 1669) [Phila,HistoOT].

Philipot, Thomas [1641], A Congratulatory Elegie Offered up to the Earle of Essex, Upon his Investiture with the Dignitie of Lord Chamberlaine. By Thomas Philipot (London: , 1641) [PhiliT,CongrEO].

Philipot, Thomas [1641], Elegies, offer'd up to the memory of William Glover Esquire, late of Shalston, in Bukinghamshire. By Thomas Philipot (London: Printed by Tho. and Rich. Cotes, 1641) [PhiliT,ElegiOU].

Philipot, Thomas [1646], An elegie offer'd up to the Memory of his Excellencie Robert Earle of Essex and Ewe, Viscount Hereford, Lord Ferrers of Chartley, Bourchier and Lovaine, late Generall of the Parliaments Forces (London: , 1646) [PhiliT,ElegiOU].

Philipot, Thomas [1646], Englands sorrow for the losse of their late Generall: or, An Epitaph upon his Excellencie Robert Earle of Essex, &c. Who died September 15, 1646 with a perfect Memoriall of the particular Services and Battels that he himself was engaged in Person ([London]: , [1646]) [PhiliT,EnglaSF].

Philipot, Thomas [1646], Poems. By Thomas Philipott (London: Printed by R. A. for John Wilcox, 1646) [PhiliT,PoemsBT].

Philipot, Thomas [1687], Aesop's Fables with his Life: In English, French and Latin. Newly translated. Illustrated with One hundred and twelve Sculptures. To this Edition are likewise added, Thirty one New Figures representing his Life. By Francis Barlow (London: Printed by H. Hills jun. for Francis Barlow, and are to be sold by Chr. Wilkinson ... Tho. Fox ... and Henry Faithorne [etc.], 1687) [PhiliT,AesopFW].

Philips, Ambrose [1937], The Poems of Ambrose Philips: Edited by M. G. Segar (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1937) [PhiliA,PoemsOA].

Philips, John [1927], The Poems of John Philips edited by M. G. Lloyd Thomas (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1927) [PhiliJ,PoemsOJ].

Philips, Katherine [1651], To the memory of Mr. Wil: Cartwright (1651) (In Comedies tragi - comedies, With other poems, By Mr. William Cartwright ... The Ayres and Songs set by Mr. Henry Lawes, Servant to His late Majesty in His Publick and Private Musick (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1651)) [PhiliK,ToTMOMW].

Philips, Katherine [1667], Poems: By the most deservedly Admired Mrs Katherine Philips: The matchless Orinda. To which is added Monsieur Corneille's Pompey & Horace Tragedies. With several other Translations out of French (London: Printed by J. M. for H. Herringman [etc.], 1667) [PhiliK,PoemsBT].

Phillip[s], John [1566], The Examination and Confession of certaine Wytches at Chensforde in the Countie of Essex, before the Quenes maiesties Judges, the xxvi. daye of July. Anno. 1566, at the Assise holden there as then, and one of them put to death for the same offence, as their examination declareth more at large (: , [1566]) [PhillJ,ExamiAC].

Phillip[s], John [1570], A Frendly Larum, or faythfull warnynge to the true harted Subiectes of England. Discoueryng the Actes, and malicious myndes of those obstinate and rebellious Papists that hope (as they terme it) to haue theyr Golden day. By I. Phil. (London: Imprinted ... by William How: for Rycharde Iohnes, [1570]) [PhillJ,FrendLO].

Phillip[s], John [1570], An Epitaph on the death of the vertuous Matrone, the Ladie Maioresse, late wyfe to the right Honorable Lorde, (Alexander Auenet) Lord Maior of the Citie of London. Who deceased the vii. Date of July. 1570 (London: Imprinted ... by Richarde Iohnes, 1570) [PhillJ,EpitaOT].

Phillip[s], John [1571], A Balad Intituled / A Cold Pye For the Papistes (London: Imprinted ... by William How for Richard Johnes [etc.], [1571?]) [PhillJ,BaladIA].

Phillip[s], John [1571], An Epytaphe, or a lamentable Discourse: wherein is bewayled the death of the Right worshipfull Knight, Sir William Garrat: One of the Queens Maiesties Commissioners, and chiefe Alderman of the honourable Citie of London. Who deceased the .27. of September 1571 (London: Imprinted ... by Richarde Johnes [etc.], 1571) [PhillJ,EpytaOA].

Phillip[s], John [1578], A Commemoration of the Right Noble and vertuous Ladye, Margrit Duglasis good grace, Countis of Lennox, Daughter to the renowned and most excellent Princesse Margrit, Queene of Scotland, espowsed to King Iames the fourth, of that name: In the daies of her most puissaunt and magnificent Father Henry the seauenth, of England, Fraunce and Ireland King [etc.] (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Charlewood [etc.], [1578]) [PhillJ,CommeOT].

Phillip[s], John [1578], An Epitaphe on the death of the right noble and most vertuous Lady Margarit Duglasis good grace, Countisse of Liuinox ... who disceased this life the ninth day of March. Anno .1577. at hir mannoure in Hackny in the countye of Midelsex and lieth enterred the .3. day of April at Westminster ... The yeare of our Lorde God. 1578 [etc.] (London: Imprinted ... by Edvvard VVhite [etc.], 1578) [PhillJ,EpitaOT].

Phillip[s], John [1581], An Epitaph on the death, of the Right honorable and vertuous Lord Henry Wrisley, the Noble Earle of South hampton: who lieth interred at Touchfeelde in the Countie of Hamshyre, the 30. day of Nouember 1581. and in the 24. yeare of our most drad and Soueraigne Ladie Elizabeth by the grace of God, of England, Fraunce & Ireland Queene. &c. (: , 1581) [PhillJ,EpitaOT].

Phillip[s], John [1587], The Life and Death of Sir Phillip Sidney, late Lord gouernor of Flvshing: His funerals Solemnized in Paules Churche where he lyeth interred; with the whole order of the mournfull shewe, as they marched thorowe the citie of London, on Thursday the 16 of February, 1587 (London: Printed by Robert Walde - graue [etc.], 1587) [PhillJ,LifeADO].

Phillip[s], John [1591], A Commemoration on the life and death of the right Honourable, Sir Christopher Hatton, Knight, late Lord Chauncellor of England. Wherin triumphant Trueth reuiueth his memorie from the graue: exhorting Nobilitie, Gentrie, and duetifull Subiects, to continue their obedience to God and her Maiestie, and to preuent by pollicie the perillous practises of euery ciuil and forrain enemy. Published by Iohn Phillips (London: Printed for Edward White, 1591) [PhillJ,CommeOT].

Phillip[s], John [1594], A Commemoration of the life and death of the Right Worshipfull and vertuous Ladie; Dame Helen Branch (late Wife to the Right worshipfull Sir Iohn Branch Knight, sometime Lord Maior of the famous Citie of London): by whose godly and virtuous life, Virgines are insinuated to virtue, wiues to faithfulnes, and widdowes to Christian contemplation, and charitable deuotion, &c. Which godly Ladie left this mortall life (to liue with Christ Ihesus) the 10. of April last: and lieth interred in the Parish Church of Saint Marie Alchurch, nigh vnto Canwicke streete, the 29. day of the same month, 1594 ([London]: , 1594) [PhillJ,CommeOT].

Phillips, John [1655], A Satyr against Hypocrites (London: Printed for N. B., 1655) [PhillJ,SatyrAH].

Phillips, John [1665], Typhon: or, The Gyants War with The Gods. A Mock - poem. In Five Canto's (London: Printed for Samuel Speed, 1665) [PhillJ,TyphoOT].

Phillips, John [1678], Maronides; or, Virgil Travesty, Being a New Paraphrase In Burlesque Verse, Upon the Fifth and Sixth Book of Virgil's Aeneids. By John Phillips Gent. The Author of the Satyr against Hypocrites (London: Printed for Obadiah Blagrave [etc.], 1678) [PhillJ,MaronOV].

Phillips, John [1679], Jockeys Downfall: a poem On the late Total Defeat given to the Scotish Couenanters, near Hamilton Park, June 22, 1679. by his Majesties Forces, under the Command of His Highness the Duke of Monmouth &c. Written by the Author of The Satyr against Hypocrites (London: , 1679) [PhillJ,JockeDA].

Phillips, John [1683], An anniversary poem on The Sixth of May, His Royal Highness miraculous Deliverance, then at Sea, from the Shipwreck of the Glocester (London: Printed for Jo. Hindmarsh Bookseller to his Royal Highness [etc.], [1683]) [PhillJ,AnnivPO].

Phillips, John [1685], A poem on the coronation Of our most Illustrious Sovereign K. James II. And His Gracious Consort Queen Mary, Who were Crown'd at Westminster, On St. George's - Day, being the 23th. this Instant April 1685: Written by a Person of Quality (London: Printed by Nathaniel Thompson [etc.], 1685) [PhillJ,PoemOTC].

Phillips, John [1685], An Humble Offering to the Sacred Memory of the Late Most Serene and Potent Monarch Charles II. By J. Phillips (London: Printed for Randal Taylor [etc.], 1685) [PhillJ,HumblOT].

Phillips, John [1688], Advice to a Painter. Long since Proposed for the Conclusion of this Year 1688. By J. P. (London: , 1688) [PhillJ,AdvicTA].

Phillips, John [1695], In Memory Of Our Late Most Gracious Lady, Mary Queen of Great - Britain, France, and Ireland. A Poem, By Mr. John Phillips (London: Printed for John Harris [etc.], 1695) [PhillJ,InMOOLM].

Phillips, John [1697], Augustus Britannicus: A Poem: upon the Conclusion of the Peace of Europe, At Rijswick in Holland, upon the 20th of September, 1697. By Mr. J. Phillips (London: E. Whitlock, 1697) [PhillJ,AugusBA].

Phillips, Stephen [1884], Orestes and other poems. By Stephen Phillips (London: Printed at The A. D. P. Press for private circulation, 1884) [PhillS,OrestAO].

Phillips, Stephen [1894], Eremus. A Poem, By Stephen Phillips (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1894) [PhillS,EremuAP].

Phillips, Stephen [1898], Poems. By Stephen Phillips: 4th ed. (London; New York: John Lane: The Bodley Head, 1898) [PhillS,PoemsBS].

Phillips, Stephen [1908], New Poems: By Stephen Phillips (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head; John Lane Company, 1908) [PhillS,NewPBSP].

Phillips, Stephen [1911], The new inferno: By Stephen Phillips (London; New York: John Lane: The Bodley Head; John Lane Company, 1911) [PhillS,NewIBSP].

Phillips, Stephen [1913], Lyrics and Dramas by Stephen Phillips (London; New York: John Lane; The Bodley Head; John Lane Company, 1913) [PhillS,LyricAD].

Phillips, Stephen [1915], Panama and Other Poems Narrative and Occasional: By Stephen Phillips: With a Frontispiece by Joseph Pennell (London; New York: John Lane; The Bodley Head; John Lane Company, 1915) [PhillS,PanamAO].

Philotus [1603], Ane verie excellent and delectabill Treatise intitulit Philotvs. Qvhairin We May Persave The greit inconveniences that fallis out in the Mariage betvvene age and zouth (Edinburgh: Imprinted ... be Robert Charteris, 1603) [Philo,AneVEAD].

Pick, Samuel [1639], Festum Uoluptatis, Or the Banquet of Pleasure; Fvrnished with Mvch Variety of Speculations, Wittie, Pleasant, and Delightfull. Containing divers choyce Love - Posies, Songs, Sonnets, Odes, Madrigals, Satyrs, Epigrams, Epitaphs and Elegies. For varietie and pleasure the like never before published. By S. P. (London: Printed by E. P. for Bernard Langford [etc.], 1639) [PickS,FestuUO].

Pilkington, Matthew [1731], Poems on Several Occasions ... To which is added, the Plague of Wealth, Occasion'd By the Author's receiving fifty Pounds from his Excellency the Lord Carteret, for the foremention'd Ode. With several Poems not in the Dublin Edition. By Matthew Pilkington. Revised by the Reverend Dr. Swift (London: Printed for T. Woodward ... Charles Davis ... and W. Bowyer, 1731) [PilkiM,PoemsOS].

Pitt, Christopher [1721], A poem on the death of the late Earl Stanhope. Humbly Inscrib'd to the Countess of Stanhope. By Mr. Pitt (London: Printed for J. Bateman ... and J. Nicks [etc.], 1721) [PittC,PoemOTD].

Pitt, Christopher [1725], Vida's Art of Poetry, Translated into English Verse, By the Reverend Mr. Christoph. Pitt (London: Printed by Sam. Palmer, For A. Bettesworth [etc.], 1725) [PittC,VidasAO].

Pitt, Christopher [1727], Poems and Translations. By Christopher Pitt (London: Printed for Bernard Lintot ... and Arthur Bettesworth, 1727) [PittC,PoemsAT].

Pitt, Christopher [1753], The Works of Virgil, in Latin and English. The original Text correctly printed from the most authentic Editions, collated for this Purpose. The Aeneid Translated By the Rev. Mr. Christopher Pitt, The Eclogues and Georgics, with Notes on the Whole, By the Rev. Mr. Joseph Warton. With several New Observations By Mr. Holdsworth, Mr. Spence, and Others. Also, A Dissertation on the Sixth Book of the Aeneid, by Mr. Warburton. On the Shield of Aeneas, by Mr. W. Whitehead. On the Character of Japis, by the late Dr. Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester. And, Three Essays on Pastoral, Didactic and Epic Poetry, by the Editor (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], 1753) [PittC,WorksOV].

Pitt, Christopher [1756], Poems by the celebrated translator of Virgil's Aeneid. Together with The Jordan, a poem in imitation of Spenser, by --- ---, Esq (London: Printed for M. Cooper [etc.], 1756) [PittC,PoemsBT].

Planché, James Robinson [1813], Stanzas, Composed on the Late Glorious Victories Obtained Over the French on the Peninsula, by the Allied Forces Under the Command of the Most Noble Arthur, Marquis and Earl of Wellington. By J. R. Planché (London: Printed for J. Smith [etc.], 1813) [PlancJR,StanzCO].

Planché, James Robinson [1881], Songs and Poems from 1819 to 1879. By J. R. Planché (London: Chatto and Windus, 1881) [PlancJR,SongsAP].

Plarr, Victor Gustave [1896], In the Dorian Mood. By Victor Plarr (London; New York: John Lane: The Bodley Head; George H. Richmond and Co., 1896) [PlarrVG,InTDMBV].

Plarr, Victor Gustave [1899], The Garland of New Poetry by Various Writers (London: Elkin Mathews, 1899) [PlarrVG,GarlaON].

Plumptre, Edward Hayes [1882], Things New and Old. By E. H. Plumptre (London; New York: Griffith and Farran; E. P. Dutton, 1882) [PlumpEH,ThingNA].

Plumptre, Edward Hayes [1884], Lazarus And other Poems: By E. H. Plumptre. Fourth Edition (London; New York: Griffith & Farran; E. P. Dutton & Co., 1884) [PlumpEH,LazarAO].

Plumptre, Edward Hayes [1884], Master and Scholar etc. etc. By E. H. Plumptre: Second edition with notes (London; New York: Griffith & Farran; E. P. Dutton & Co., 1884) [PlumpEH,MasteAS].

Pollok, Robert [1827], The Course of Time: A Poem in Ten Books. By Robert Pollok (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood; T. Cadell, 1827) [PolloR,CoursOT].

Polwhele, Richard [1777], Six odes presented to That justly - celebrated Historian, Mrs. Catharine Macaulay, on her Birth - day, And publicly read to a polite and brilliant Audience, Assembled April the Second, at Alfred - House, Bath, To congratulate that Lady on the happy Occasion (Bath: Printed and sold by R. Cruttwell ... sold also by E. and C. Dilly [etc.], [1777]) [PolwhR,SixOPTT].

Polwhele, Richard [1777], The Fate of Lewellyn; or, the Druid's Sacrifice. A Legendary Tale. In Two Parts. To which is added Carnbre', a Poem (Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell, for the Author; and sold by E. and C. Dilly ... and W. Goldsmith [etc.], 1777) [PolwhR,FateOLO].

Polwhele, Richard [1778], The spirit of Frazer, to General Burgoyne. An ode. To which is added, The death of Hilda; an American tale. Inscribed to Mrs. Macaulay (Bath; London: Printed and Sold by R. Cruttwell; sold also by W. Goldsmith [etc.], 1778) [PolwhR,SpiriOF].

Polwhele, Richard [1781], The Castle of Tintadgel and The Isle of Poplars (1781) (In [The Castle of Tintadgel and The Isle of Poplars, in] Essays, letters, and poems, by Edmund Rack (Bath; London: Printed by R. Cruttwell, for the author; Sold by C. Dilly... J. Dodsley... and J. Phillips [etc.], 1781)) [PolwhR,CastlOT].

Polwhele, Richard [1785], An Epistle from the Reverend William M---n to the Right Hon. William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Petitioning for the vacant Laureateship ([London]: [C. Dilly], 1785) [PolwhR,EpistFT].

Polwhele, Richard [1785], The Follies of Oxford: Or, Cursory Sketches on a University Education, from an under graduate To his Friend in the Country (London: Printed for Dodsley, Dilly and Kearsley, 1785) [PolwhR,FolliOO].

Polwhele, Richard [1786], The Idyllia, Epigrams, and Fragments, of Theocritus, Bion, and Moschus, with the Elegies of Tyrtaeus, Translated from the Greek into English Verse. To which are Added, Dissertations and Notes. By the Rev. Richard Polwhele (Exeter: Printed and Sold by R. Thorn [etc.], 1786) [PolwhR,IdyllEA].

Polwhele, Richard [1791], Poems. Namely, The English Orator; An Address to Thomas Pennant ... An Ode on the Susceptibility of the Poetical Character; Twenty Sonnets; An Epistle to a College Friend; and The Lock Transformed. With notes on The English Orator. By Mr. Polwhele (London: Printed for T. Cadell ... and C. Dilly [etc.], [1791]) [PolwhR,PoemsNT].

Polwhele, Richard [1797], Sketches in verse, with prose illustrations. By Mr. Polwhele. Second edition, with several additional pieces (London: Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies [etc.], 1797) [PolwhR,SketcIV].

Polwhele, Richard [1799], Grecian Prospects: A Poem, In Two Cantos. By Mr. Polwhele (Helston: Printed by T. Flindell; For Cadell and Davis ... and Chapple [etc.], 1799) [PolwhR,GreciPA].

Polwhele, Richard [1806], Poems, chiefly by Gentlemen of Devonshire and Cornwall. In two volumes (London; Oxford: Printed for T. Cadell, and Sold by C. Dilly, and G. G. J. and J. Robinson [etc.]; Fletcher [etc.], 1806) [PolwhR,PoemsCB].

Polwhele, Richard [1806], Poems: By Mr. Polwhele. In three volumes (London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies [etc.], 1806) [PolwhR,PoemsBM].

Polwhele, Richard [1815], Poetic trifles, or Pretty Poems, for young folks (Banbury: Printed and Sold by J. G. Rusher [etc.], [1815]) [PolwhR,PoetiTO].

Polwhele, Richard [1815], The fair Isabel of Cotehele, a Cornish romance, in six cantos. By the author of Local attachment, and translator of Theocritus (London; Truro: Printed for J. Cawthorn; By Michell and Co., 1815) [PolwhR,FairIOC].

Polwhele, Richard [1824], An Epistle to Archdeacon Nares, Vice - President of the Royal Society of Literature; from R. Polwhele, an honorary associate: written at Newlyn - Vicarage, near Truro; on the fourteenth of May, 1824 (London; Oxford: Hatchard & Son; J. Parker, 1824) [PolwhR,EpistTA].

Polwhele, Richard [1836], Reminiscences, in Prose and Verse; Consisting of the Epistolary Correspondence of Many Distinguished Characters. With Notes and Illustrations. By the Rev. R. Polwhele (London: J. B. Nichols and Son ... Sold also by Messrs. Rivington, 1836) [PolwhR,ReminIP].

Pomfret, John [1699], The Sceptical Muse: or, A Paradox on Humane Understanding. A Poem (London: Printed for R. Basset ... and Sold by Fr. Hicks [etc.], 1699) [PomfrJ,SceptMO].

Pomfret, John [1707], Quae Rara, chara. A poem on Panthea's Confinement. By the Author of the Choice (London: Printed for Tho. Atkinson [etc.], 1707) [PomfrJ,QuaeRCA].

Pomfret, John [1724], Poems upon Several Occasions. By the Reverend Mr. John Pomfret. The Sixth Edition, Corrected. With some Account Of his Life and Writings. To which are added, His Remains (London: Printed for D. Brown ... J. Walthoe ... A. Bettesworth, and E. Taylor ... and J. Hooke [etc.], 1724) [PomfrJ,PoemsUS].

Pope, Alexander [1715], The Iliad of Homer, Translated by Mr. Pope (London: Printed by W. Bowyer, for Bernard Lintott [etc.], 1715) [PopeA,IliadOH].

Pope, Alexander [1717], The works of Mr. Alexander Pope (London: Printed by W. Bowyer, for Bernard Lintot [etc.], 1717) [PopeA,WorksOM].

Pope, Alexander [1725], The Odyssey of Homer. Translated from the Greek [with William Broome and Elijah Fenton] (London: Printed for Bernard Lintot, 1725 - 1726) [PopeA,OdyssOH].

Pope, Alexander [1736], The Works of Alexander Pope (London: Printed for B. Lintot ... Lawton Gilliver ... H. Lintot ... L. Gilliver, and J. Clarke [etc.], 1736) [PopeA,WorksOA].

Pope, Alexander [1737], The Second Epistle of the Second Book of Horace, Imitated by Mr Pope (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], 1737) [PopeA,SeconEO].

Pope, Alexander [1737], The first epistle of the first book of Horace imitated. By Mr. Pope (London: Printed for R. Dodsley ... and sold by T. Cooper [etc.], 1737) [PopeA,FirstEO].

Pope, Alexander [1737], The first epistle of the second book of Horace, imitated (London: Printed for T. Cooper [etc.], 1737) [PopeA,FirstEO].

Pope, Alexander [1737], The sixth epistle of the first book of Horace imitated. By Mr. Pope (London: Printed for L. Gilliver [etc.], 1737) [PopeA,SixthEO].

Pope, Alexander [1738], An imitation of the sixth satire of the second book of Horace. Hoc erat in Votis, &c. The first Part done in the Year 1714, By Dr. Swift. The latter Part now first added, And never before Printed (London: Printed for B. Motte and C. Bathurst ... and J. and P. Knapton [etc.], 1738) [PopeA,ImitaOT].

Pope, Alexander [1738], One Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty Eight. Dialogue II. By Mr. Pope (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], 1738) [PopeA,OneTSHA].

Pope, Alexander [1738], One thousand seven hundred and thirty eight. A dialogue something like Horace. By Mr. Pope (London: Printed for T. Cooper [etc.], 1738) [PopeA,OneTSHA].

Pope, Alexander [1743], The Dunciad, in four books. Printed according to the complete Copy found in the Year 1742. With the Prolegomena of Scriblerus, and Notes Variorum. To which are added, Several Notes now first publish'd, the Hypercritics of Aristarchus, and his Dissertation on the Hero of the Poem (London: Printed for M. Cooper [etc.], 1743) [PopeA,DunciIF].

Pope, Alexander [1743], [Epistle II. To a Lady. Of the Characters of women. In] An Essay on Man. Being the first book of ethic epistles. With the commentary and notes of Mr. Warburton (London: Printed for J. and P. Knapton [etc.], 1743) [PopeA,EpistIT].

Pope, Alexander [1953], Imitations of Horace: With an epistle to Dr Arbuthnot and the epilogue to the satires: Edited by John Butt (London: Methuen & Co., 1953) [PopeA,ImitaOH].

Pope, Alexander [1954], Alexander Pope: Minor poems: Edited by Norman Ault: Completed by John Butt (London; New Haven: Methuen & Co; Yale University Press, 1954) [PopeA,AlexaPM].

Pope, Alexander [1961], Alexander Pope: Pastoral poetry and an essay on criticism: Edited by E. Audra and Aubrey Williams (London; New Haven: Methuen and Co.; Yale University Press, 1961) [PopeA,AlexaPP].

Pope, Alexander [1994], On some flowers in silk wrought by a handsom young Lady (Cambridge: Chadwyck - Healey Ltd., 1994) [PopeA,OnSFISW].

Pope, Walter [1674], The Catholick Ballad: Or, An Invitation to Popery, Upon Considerable Grounds and Reasons (London: Printed for Henry Brome [etc.], 1674) [PopeW,CathoBO].

Pope, Walter [1676], The Salsbury - Ballad, With the Learned Commentaries of a Friend to the Authors Memory (London: Printed for Henry Brome [etc.], 1676) [PopeW,SalsbBW].

Pope, Walter [1685], The Miser; written by the Author of The Old Man's Wish, and set to Music by Mr. Michael Wise (London: Printed by J. P. for Charles Brome [etc.], 1685) [PopeW,MiserWB].

Pope, Walter [1697], The Wish. Written by Dr. Pope (London: , 1697) [PopeW,WishWBD].

Pope, Walter [1698], Moral and political fables, ancient and modern. Done into Measurd Prose intermixd with Ryme. By Dr. Walter Pope (London: Printed for Thomas Horne [etc.], 1698) [PopeW,MoralAP].

Pordage, Samuel [1660], Poems upon Several Occasions. By S. P. Gent. (London: Printed by W. G. for Henry Marsh [etc.], 1660) [PordaS,PoemsUS].

Pordage, Samuel [1660], Troades. A Tragedie written in Latine by L Annaeus Seneca, translated into English by SP. with Comments annexed (London: Printed by W. G. for Henry Marsh ... and Peter Dring [etc.], 1660) [PordaS,TroadAT].

Pordage, Samuel [1661], Heroick Stanzas On his Maiesties Coronation. By Sam Pordage (London: Printed for Peter Dring [etc.], 1661) [PordaS,HeroiSO].

Pordage, Samuel [1661], Mundorum Explicatio or, The Explanation of an Hieroglyphical Figure: Wherein are couched the Mysteries of the External, Internal, and Eternal Worlds, shewing the true progress of a Soul from the Court of Jerusalem; from the Adamical fallen state to the Regenerate and Angelical. Being A Sacred Poem, written by S. P. (London: Printed by T. R. for Lodowick Lloyd [etc.], 1661) [PordaS,MundoEO].

Pordage, Samuel [1682], Azaria and Hushai, A Poem (London: Printed for Charles Lee, 1682) [PordaS,AzariAH].

Pordage, Samuel [1682], The Medal Revers'd. A Satyre against Persecution. By the Author of Azaria and Hushai (London: Printed for Charles Lee, 1682) [PordaS,MedalRA].

Pordage, Samuel [1684], The Loyal Incendiary, or The Generous Boutefieu. A Poem Occasioned by the Report of the Owners bravely setting Fire to the Rye House, as the King came from Newmarket (London: Printed and sold by Walter Davis [etc.], 1684) [PordaS,LoyalIO].

Powell, Thomas [1601], The Passionate Poet. With a Description of the Thracian Ismarus. By T. P. (London: Printed by Valentine Simmes [etc.], 1601) [PowelT,PassiPW].

Powell, Thomas [1603], Vertues due: or, A true modell of the life of the right Honourable Katharine Howard, late Countesse of Nottingham, deceased. By T. P. (London: Printed ... by Simon Stafford [etc.], 1603) [PowelT,VertuDO].

Powell, Thomas [1622], Direction for Search of Records Remaining in the Chancerie. Tower. Excheqver, with the Limnes thereof ... Cui Author Thomas Powell (London: Printed by B. A. for Paul Man [etc.], 1622) [PowelT,DirecFS].

Powell, Thomas [1842], Ancient poetical tracts of the sixteenth century, reprinted from unique copies formerly in the possession of the late Thomas Caldecott. Edited by Edward F. Rimbault (London: Printed for The Percy Society, 1842) [PowelT,AnciePT].

Praed, Winthrop Mackworth [1844], The Poems of Winthrop Mackworth Praed. With a Memoir by the Rev. Derwent Coleridge. Fourth Edition. In Two Volumes (London: Moxon, Son and Co., [1844]) [PraedWM,PoemsOW].

Praed, Winthrop Mackworth [1888], The political and occasional poems of Winthrop Mackworth Praed: Edited, with notes, by Sir George Young (London; New York: Ward, Lock and Co., 1888) [PraedWM,PolitAO].

Praed, Winthrop Mackworth [1909], Select poems of Winthrop Mackworth Praed edited with introduction by A. D. Godley (London: Henry Frowde, 1909) [PraedWM,SelecPO].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1785], Landscapes in verse. Taken in Spring. By the author of Sympathy. Second edition (London: Printed for T. Becket [etc.], 1785) [PrattSJ,LandsIV].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1785], Miscellanies, By Mr. Pratt, In Four Volumes (London: Printed for T. Becket [etc.], 1785) [PrattSJ,MisceBM].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1786], The Triumph of Benevolence; A Poem. Occasioned by the National Design of Erecting a Monument to John Howard, Esq. A New Edition, Corrected and Enlarged; To which are added, Stanzas on the Death of Jonas Hanway (London: Printed by J. Nichols ... Sold by Messrs. J. Dodsley, J. Robson, T. Cadell, P. Elmsly and C. Dilly [etc.], 1786) [PrattSJ,TriumOB].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1788], Humanity, or the rights of nature, a poem; in two books. By the author of sympathy (London: Printed for T. Cadell [etc.], 1788) [PrattSJ,HumanOT].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1789], Ode on His Majesty's recovery; by the author of sympathy and humanity (London: Printed at the Logographic press; and sold by J. Walter [etc.], 1789) [PrattSJ,OdeOHMR].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1802], The poor; or, bread. A poem. With notes And illustrations. By Mr. Pratt ... second edition (London: Printed for Messrs. Longman and Rees ... and T. Becket ... By W. Dyde [etc.], 1802) [PrattSJ,PoorOBA].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1803], Cottage - Pictures; or, The Poor: A Poem, with notes and illustrations, by Mr. Pratt ... Third edition, with five engravings, by Cardon, after Loutherbourg (London: Printed for J. N. Longman and O. Rees ... Vernor and Hood ... J. Hatchard ... and T. Becket [etc.], 1803) [PrattSJ,CottaPO].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1803], John and Dame; or, the loyal cottagers: By Mr. Pratt (London: Printed for R. Phillips ... and sold by James Asperne ... and John Ginger [etc.], 1803) [PrattSJ,JohnADO].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1805], Harvest - Home: consisting of supplementary gleanings, original dramas and poems, contributions of literary friends, and select re - publications, including Sympathy, a poem, revised, corrected, and enlarged. From the eighth edition (London: Printed for Richard Phillips, 1805) [PrattSJ,HarveHC].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1808], The Contrast; A Poem Including Comparative Views Of Britain, France, and Spain, At The Present Moment. In Two Parts. Addressed to an English Nobleman. By Mr. Pratt ... Third edition, Revised And Corrected (London: Printed for C. Cradock & W. Joy (successors to T. Ostell) [etc.], 1808) [PrattSJ,ContrAP].

Pratt, Samuel Jackson [1810], The lower world. A Poem, in four books, with notes. By Mr. Pratt (London: Printed by Whittingham and Rowland ... for Sharpe and Hailes [etc.], 1810) [PrattSJ,LowerWA].

Preservation of Henry VII, The [1599], The First Booke of the First Preservation of King Henry the vij. when he was but Earle of Richmond, Grandfather to the Queenes maiesty; Compiled in english rythmicall Hexameters (London: Imprinted ... by R. B. [etc.], 1599) [PreseOH,FirstBO].

Prestwich, Edmund [1651], Hippolitus: Translated out of Seneca. By Edmund Prestwich. Together with divers other Poems of the same Authors (London: Printed by G. D. for George Boddington [etc.], 1651) [PrestE,HippoTO].

Pricket, Robert [1603], A Sovldiers VVish Vnto His Soveraigne Lord King Iames (London: Printed by Iohn Harison [etc.], 1603) [PrickR,SovldVV].

Pricket, Robert [1604], Honors Fame in Trivmph Riding. Or, The Life and Death of the Late Honorable Earle of Essex (London: Printed by R. B. for Roger Iackson [etc.], 1604) [PrickR,HonorFI].

Pricket, Robert [1606], Times Anotomie. Containing The poore mans plaint, Brittons trouble, and her triumph. The Popes pride, Romes treasons, and her destruction: Affirming, That Gog, and Magog, both shall perish, the Church of Christ shall flourish, Iudeas race shall be restored, and the manner how this mightie worke shall be accomplished. Made by Robert Pricket, a Souldier: and dedicated to all the Lords of his Maiesties most honourable priuie Councell (London: Imprinted ... by George Eld, and are to be sold by Iohn Hodgets, 1606) [PrickR,TimesAC].

Pricket, Robert [1607], The Iesuits Miracles, or new Popish Wonders. Containing the Straw, the Crowne, and the Wondrous Child, with the confutation of them and their follies (London: Printed ... for C. P. and R. I. [etc.], 1607) [PrickR,IesuiMO].

Prince, John Critchley [1842], Hours with the Muses. By John Critchley Prince. Third edition, enlarged (London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1842) [PrincJC,HoursWT].

Prince, John Critchley [1861], Miscellaneous Poems. By John Critchley Prince (Manchester; London: John Heywood; Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1861) [PrincJC,MiscePB].

Prince, John Critchley [1880], The Poetical Works of John Critchley Prince. Edited by R. A. Douglas Lithgow (Manchester; London: Abel Heywood & Son; Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1880) [PrincJC,PoetiWO].

Pringle, Thomas [1811], The institute, A Heroic Poem. In four cantos (Edinburgh: Printed by James Clarke ... for W. Mc William, 1811) [PringT,InstiAH].

Pringle, Thomas [1839], The Poetical Works of Thomas Pringle. With A Sketch of his Life, by Leitch Ritchie (London: Edward Moxon, 1839) [PringT,PoetiWO].

Prior, Matthew [1905], Matthew Prior. Poems on Several Occasions. The Text Edited by A. R. Waller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1905) [PriorM,MatthPP].

Prior, Matthew [1907], Matthew Prior. Dialogues of the Dead and Other Works in Prose and Verse. The Text Edited by A. R. Waller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1907) [PriorM,MatthPD].

Procter, Adelaide Anne [1905], The Complete Works of Adelaide A. Procter: With an Introduction by Charles Dickens (London: George Bell, 1905) [ProctAA,ComplWO].

Procter, Bryan Waller [1820], A Sicilian Story, With Diego de Montilla, and Other Poems. By Barry Cornwall. Second Edition (London: John Warren; C. and J. Ollier, 1820) [ProctBW,SicilSW].

Procter, Bryan Waller [1820], Marcian Colonna: An Italian Tale with Three Dramatic Scenes and Other Poems: By Barry Cornwall (London: John Warren ... and C. & J. Ollier [etc.], 1820) [ProctBW,MarciCA].

Procter, Bryan Waller [1822], The poetical works of Barry Cornwall (London: Henry Colburn and Co., 1822) [ProctBW,PoetiWO].

Procter, Bryan Waller [1823], The Flood of Thessaly, The Girl of Provence, and Other Poems. By Barry Cornwall (London: Henry Colburn and Co., 1823) [ProctBW,FloodOT].

Procter, Bryan Waller [1834], A New Song called The Sea, The Sea: To which is added, The Last Shilling, Tho' you leave me now in sorrow, Irish Mary, The Marseillois Hymn (Belfast: , 1834) [ProctBW,NewSCTS].

Procter, Bryan Waller [1851], English Songs, and Other Small Poems: By Barry Cornwall (London: Chapman and Hall, 1851) [ProctBW,EngliSA].

Procter, Bryan Waller [1857], Dramatic Scenes. With Other Poems, Now First Printed. By Barry Cornwall. Illustrated (London: Chapman and Hall, 1857) [ProctBW,DramaSW].

Procter, Thomas [1578], A gorgious Gallery, of gallant Inuentions. Garnished and decked with diuers dayntie deuises, right delicate and delightfull, to recreate eche modest minde withall. First framed and fashioned in sundrie formes, by diuers worthy workemen of late dayes: and now, ioyned together and builded up: By T. P. (London: Imprinted ... for Richard Iones, 1578) [ProctT,GorgiGO].

Procter, Thomas [1585], Commendatory poem in Newes from the North (1585) (In Newes from the North. Othervvise called the conference between Simon Certain and Pierce Plowman. Faithfully collected and gathered by T. F. Student (London: Printed ... by Edvvard Allde, 1585)) [ProctT,CommePI].

Procter, Thomas [1866], Illustrations of Old English Literature. Edited by J. Payne Collier (New York: Benjamin Blom, 1866) [ProctT,IllusOO].

Pseudo - Chaucerian Pieces [1887], The Tale of Beryn, with A Prologue of the merry Adventure of the Pardoner with a Tapster at Canterbury. Re - edited from the Duke of Northumberland's unique ms. by F. J. Furnivall & W. G. Stone. With an English abstract of the French original and Asiatic versions of the tale, by W. A. Clouston; plans of Canterbury in 1588, and the road thither from London in 1675, &c. (London: Publisht for The Chaucer Society by N. Trübner & Co., 1887) [PseudCP,TaleOBW].

Pseudo - Chaucerian Pieces [1894], [Pseudo - Chaucerian Pieces, in] The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: Edited, from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat: [Vol. VII: Being a supplement to The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer] (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1894 - 1897) [PseudCP,PseudCP].

Purney, Thomas [1717], Pastorals. After the Simple Manner of Theocritus. By Mr. Purney (London: Printed for J. Brown ... and R. Burleigh [etc.], 1717) [PurneT,PastoAT].

Purney, Thomas [1717], Pastorals. Viz. The Bashful Swain: And Beauty and Simplicity. By Mr. Purney (London: Printed by H. P. for Jonas Brown [etc.], 1717) [PurneT,PastoVT].

Purney, Thomas [1718], The Chevalier de St George: An Heroi - comick Poem. In Six Canto's (London: Printed for W. Chetwood [etc.], 1718) [PurneT,ChevaDS].

Pye, Henry James [1762], Gratulatio solennis Universitatis Oxoniensis ob celsissimum Georgium Fred. Aug. Walliae Principem Georgio III. et Charlottae Reginae auspicatissime natum (Oxford: E typographeo clarendoniano, 1762) [PyeHJ,GratuSU].

Pye, Henry James [1766], Beauty, A Poetical Essay. In Three Parts (London: Printed for T. Becket and P. A. De Hondt [etc.], 1766) [PyeHJ,BeautAP].

Pye, Henry James [1768], Elegies on Different Occasions (London: Printed for C. Bathurst, 1768) [PyeHJ,ElegiOD].

Pye, Henry James [1787], Poems on Various Subjects. By Henry James Pye ... In Two Volumes. Ornamented with Frontispieces (London: Printed for John Stockdale [etc.], 1787) [PyeHJ,PoemsOV].

Pye, Henry James [1790], Amusement. A poetical essay. By Henry James Pye (London: Printed for John Stockdale [etc.], 1790) [PyeHJ,AmuseAP].

Pye, Henry James [1795], The War - elegies of Tyrtaeus, imitated: and addressed to the people of Great Britain. With some observations on the life and poems of Tyrtaeus. By Henry James Pye (London: Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies [etc.], 1795) [PyeHJ,WarEOTI].

Pye, Henry James [1798], Naucratia; or naval dominion. A poem. By Henry James Pye (London: Printed by W. Bulmer ... for George Nicol [etc.], 1798) [PyeHJ,NaucrON].

Pye, Henry James [1799], Leonora from the German of Gottfried Augustus Bürgher. With a preface by W. R. Spencer, Esq. To which are annexed, two other translations By J. T. Stanley, Esq. F. R. S. and Henry James Pye, Esq. Poet Laureat. With a version after the manner of the old English ballad and the original German (Dublin: Printed for John Archer, 1799) [PyeHJ,LeonoFT].

Pye, Henry James [1800], Carmen Seculare for the Year 1800. By Henry James Pye (London: Printed for J. Wright ... by W. Bulmer and Co., 1800) [PyeHJ,CarmeSF].

Pye, Henry James [1801], Alfred; An Epic Poem, in Six Books. By Henry James Pye (London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. ... and sold by J. Wright [etc.], 1801) [PyeHJ,AlfreAE].

Pye, Henry James [1802], Verses on several subjects, written in the vicinity of Stoke Park, in the summer and autumn of 1801. By Henry James Pye (London: Printed for Cobbett and Morgan [etc.], 1802) [PyeHJ,VerseOS].

Pyrrye, Charles [1569], The Praise and Dispraise of Women, very fruitfull to the well disposed minde, and delectable to the readers therof. And a fruitfull shorte Dialogue vppon the sentence, know before thou knitte. C. Pyrrye (London: Imprinted ... by William How, [1569]) [PyrryC,PraisAD].

Quarles, Francis [1629], Argalvs and Parthenia: Written by Fra: Quarles (London: Printed for Iohn Marriott, 1629) [QuarlF,ArgalAP].

Quarles, Francis [1632], Divine Fancies: Digested into Epigrammes, Meditations, and Observations. By Fra: Quarles (London: Printed by M. F. for Iohn Marriot [etc.], 1632) [QuarlF,DivinFD].

Quarles, Francis [1632], Divine poems: Containing The History of Ionah. Ester. Iob. Sampson. Sions Sonets. Elegies. Written and newly augmented, by Fra: Quarles (London: Printed by M. F. for I. Marriot [etc.], [1632]) [QuarlF,DivinPC].

Quarles, Francis [1636], An Elegie vpon the Trvely Lamented Death of the Right Honorable Sir Julius Caesar Knt. Master of the Rolles, And of Snt Katherins: and One of His Majesties most Honorable Privy Counsell. Wept by Fra: Qva. (London: Printed for Iohn Marriot, 1636) [QuarlF,ElegiVT].

Quarles, Francis [1637], An Elegie vpon my Deare Brother, The Jonathan of my Heart, Mr Iohn Wheeler, Sonne to Sir Edmond Wheeler of Riding Court neare Windsor, in the County of Buckingham, deceased (London: Printed by T. C. for N. Alsop, and T. Nicholes [etc.], 1637) [QuarlF,ElegiVM].

Quarles, Francis [1640], Sighes At the contemporary deaths of Those incomparable Sisters, The Countesse of Cleaveland, and Mistrisse Cicily Killegrve, Daughters of Sir Iohn Crofts: Knight of Saxom Hall, in the Countie of Suffolke: Deceased, And his Noble Lady now Living. Breathed forth by F. Q. (London: Printed by Tho. Cotes, for N. Alsop [etc.], 1640) [QuarlF,SigheAT].

Quarles, Francis [1646], The Shepheards Oracles: delivered in certain Eglogues. By Fra: Quarles (London: Printed by M. F. for John Marriot and Richard Marriot, 1646) [QuarlF,ShephOD].

Quarles, Francis [1739], Solomon's recantation, Intituled Ecclesiastes, paraphras'd. With A Soliloquy or Meditation Upon Every Chapter. By Francis Quarles (London: Re - printed and Sold by L. Hinde [etc.], 1739) [QuarlF,SolomRI].

Quarles, Francis [1960], Francis Quarles: Hosanna or divine poems on the passion of Christ and Threnodes: Edited by John Horden (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1960) [QuarlF,FrancQH].

Quarles, Francis [1994], Emblemes (1635) and Hieroglyphikes (1638) [in the critical edition by John Horden] (Cambridge: Chadwyck - Healey, 1994) [QuarlF,Emble1A].

Quarles, John [1647], A direfull Anathema against peace - haters, written by Franc. Quarles (: , [1647]) [QuarlJ,DirefAA].

Quarles, John [1648], Fons Lachrymarum; or a fountain of tears: From whence doth flow Englands Complaint, Jeremiahs Lamentations paraphras'd with Divine Meditations and an elegy Upon that Son of Valor Sir Charles Lucas. Written by John Quarles (London: Printed by J. Macock for Nathaniel Brooks [etc.], 1648) [QuarlJ,FonsLOA].

Quarles, John [1649], Regale Lectum Miseriae: or, a Kingly bed of Miserie. In which is contained, a dreame: with An Elegie upon the Martyrdome of Charls, late King of England, of blessed Memory: and Another upon the Right Honourable The Lord Capel. With A curse against the Enemies of Peace, and the Authors Farewell to England. By John Quarles (London: , 1649) [QuarlJ,RegalLM].

Quarles, John [1653], Explanation of the Frontespiece (1653) (In The Tyranny Of the Dutch against The English. Wherein is exactly declared the (almost unvaluable) loss which the Commonwealth of England hath sustained by their Usurpation. And likewise the Sufferings and Losses of Abraham Woofe, then Factor at Lantore, and others in the island of Banda. Formerly Collected in loose Sheets by Mr. Woofe himself, and now Illustrated and extracted out of his Papers; By John Quarles (London: Printed by John Crowch, and Tho. Wilson [etc.], 1653)) [QuarlJ,ExplaOT].

Quarles, John [1655], Divine Meditations upon Several Subjects. Whereunto is annexed, God's Love, and Man's Unworthinesse. With Several Divine Ejaculations. Written by John Quarles (London: Printed for John Stafford [etc.], 1655) [QuarlJ,DivinMU].

Quarles, John [1655], Tarquin Banished (1655) (In The Rape of Lucrece, Comitted by Tarquin the Sixt; and The remarkable judgments that befel him for it. By The incomparable Master of our English Poetry, Will. Shakespeare Gent. Whereunto is annexed, The Banishment of Tarquin: or, The Reward of Lust. By J. Quarles (London: Printed by J. G. for John Stafford ... and Will: Gilbertson [etc.], 1655)) [QuarlJ,TarquB1].

Quarles, John [1656], An elegie on the Most Reverend & Learned James Usher L. Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate of Ireland; Who departed this life March 21. 1655. Written by John Quarles (London: Printed by J. G. for John Stafford [etc.], 1656) [QuarlJ,ElegiOT].

Quarles, John [1658], The History Of the Most Vile Dimagoras Who by Treachery and Poison blasted the incomparable Beauty of Divine Parthenia: Inter - woven with the History of Amoronzo and Celania. By John Quarles (London: Printed by J. M. for John Stafford ... And by H. Cripps ... and by Stephen Chatfield, and Tho. Basset [etc.], 1658) [QuarlJ,HistoOT].

Quarles, John [1662], Rebellion's Downfall (London: Printed by Edward Crowch [etc.], 1662) [QuarlJ,RebelD].

Quarles, John [1665], Londons Disease, and Cure: Being A Soveraigne Receipt against the Plague, for Prevention sake. By John Quarles (London: Printed by Edward Crowch [etc.], 1665) [QuarlJ,LondoDA].

Quarles, John [1665], The Citizens Flight: With their Recall; To which is added Englands Tears and Englands Comforts: By John Quarles (London: , 1665) [QuarlJ,CitizFW].

Quarles, John [1680], Self - Conflict: or, The powerful Motions between the Flesh & Spirit. Represented In the Person and upon the occasion of Joseph, when By Potiphar's Wife He was enticed to Adultery. A Divine Poem, Written originally in Low - Dutch, by Jacob Catts ... and from thence Translated (London: Printed for Robert Sollers [etc.], 1680) [QuarlJ,SelfCOT].

Quillinan, Edward [1810], Ball room votaries; or, Canterbury and its vicinity. Second Edition, with considerable alterations and additions (London: Printed for Henry Colburn [etc.], 1810) [QuillE,BallRVO].

Quillinan, Edward [1814], Dunluce Castle, A Poem: Edited by Sir Egerton Brydges (Kent: Printed by Johnson and Warwick. At the Private Press of Lee Priory, [1814]) [QuillE,DunluCA].

Quillinan, Edward [1814], Stanzas, by the Author of "Dunluce Castle" (Kent: Printed at the Private Press of Lee Priory; by Johnson and Warwick, 1814) [QuillE,StanzBT].

Quillinan, Edward [1815], Monthermer: A Poem. By Edward Quillinan (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [etc.], 1815) [QuillE,MonthAP].

Quillinan, Edward [1816], The Sacrifice of Isabel: A Poem. By Edward Quillinan (London: Printed by Bensley and Son ... for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1816) [QuillE,SacriOI].

Quillinan, Edward [1817], Elegiac Verses, Addressed to a Lady. By Edward Quillinan (Kent: Printed at the Private Press of Lee Priory; by John Warwick, 1817) [QuillE,ElegiVA].

Quillinan, Edward [1820], Woodcuts and Verses. By Edward Quillinan (Kent: Printed at the Private Press of Lee Priory; by John Warwick, 1820) [QuillE,WoodcAV].

Quillinan, Edward [1821], The retort courteous (Edinburgh: John Robertson, 1821) [QuillE,RetorC].

Quillinan, Edward [1822], Carmina Brugesiana. Domestic Poems by Edward Quillinan (Geneva: Printed by W. Fick, 1822) [QuillE,CarmiBD].

Quillinan, Edward [1830], The King: The Lay of "A Papist." By Edward Quillinan (London: , 1830) [QuillE,KingTLO].

Quillinan, Edward [1853], Poems: By Edward Quillinan. With a Memoir by William Johnston (London: Edward Moxon, 1853) [QuillE,PoemsBE].

Quixley, J. [1909], [Ballades Royal in] The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. Published under the direction of the Council of The Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Vol. XX (Leeds: Printed for The [Yorkshire Archaeological] Society by John Whitehead & Son, 1909) [QuixlJ,BallaRI].

R. B. [1595], Orpheus His Iourney to Hell [and his music to the ghosts] ([London]: R. Johnes, [1595]) [RB,OrpheHI].

R. L. [1596], Diella, Certaine Sonnets, adioyned to the amorous Poeme of Dom Diego and Gineura. By R. L. (London: Printed for Henry Olney [etc.], 1596) [RL,DiellCS].

R. S. esquire [1595], The Amorous Contention of Phillis and Flora (1595) (In Ouids Banquet of Sence. A Coronet for his Mistresse Philosophie, and his amorous Zodiacke. With a translation of a Latine coppie, written by a Fryer, Anno Dom. 1400 (London: Printed by I. R. for Richard Smith, 1595)) [RSE,AmoroCO].

R. W. [1570], A recantation of famous Pasquin of Rome (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Daye, 1570) [RW,RecanOF].

Radcliffe, Alexander [1696], The Works of Capt. Alex. Radcliffe: In one Volume ... The Third Edition Augmented (London: Printed for Richard Wellington [etc.], 1696) [RadclA,WorksOC].

Radcliffe, Ann [1816], The poems of Mrs. Ann Radcliffe (London: Printed by and for J. Smith [etc.], 1816) [RadclA,PoemsOM].

Radcliffe, Ann [1826], Gaston de Blondeville, or The court of Henry III. Keeping festival in Ardenne, a romance. St. Alban's Abbey, a metrical tale; With some poetical pieces. By Anne Radcliffe ... To which is prefixed: A memoir of the author, with extracts from her journals. In four volumes (London: Henry Colburn, 1826) [RadclA,GastoDB].

Radford, Ernest [1884], Measured Steps. By Ernest Radford (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1884) [RadfoE,MeasuSB].

Radford, Ernest [1894], The second book of The Rhymers Club (London; New York: Elkin Mathews & John Lane; Dodd, Mead & Company, 1894) [RadfoE,SeconBO].

Radford, Ernest [1895], Old and New: A Collection of Poems. By Ernest Radford (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1895) [RadfoE,OldANAC].

Radford, Ernest [1906], A collection of poems by Ernest Radford (London: Published by Gibbings & Co., 1906) [RadfoE,ColleOP].

Radford, Ernest [1918], Songs in the Whirlwind. By A. and E. Radford (London: Smith's Publishing Company, 1918) [RadfoE,SongsIT].

Radford, Ernest [], Chambers Twain. By Ernest Radford (London: Elkin Mathews, ) [RadfoE,ChambTB].

Raleigh, Sir Walter Alexander [1923], Laughter from a Cloud. By Walter Raleigh with a foreword by Hilary Raleigh (London; Sydney: Constable and Company, 1923) [RaleiSW,LaughFA].

Raleigh, Sir Walter [1892], The poems of Sir Walter Raleigh collected and authenticated with those of Sir Henry Wotton and other courtly poets from 1540 to 1650. Edited with an introduction and notes by J. Hannah (London; New York: George Bell & Sons, 1892) [RaleiSW,PoemsOS].

Ramsay, Allan [1944], The works of Allan Ramsay edited by Burns Martin ... and John W. Oliver [... and Alexander M. Kinghorn ... and Alexander Law] (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1944 - 1973) [RamsaA,WorksOA].

Ramsey, Laurence [1577], The practise of the Diuell. The auncient poisoned practices of the Diuell, in his Papistes, against the true professors of Gods holy worde, in these our latter dayes. Newlie set forth by L. Ramsey (London: Imprinted ... for Timothie Rider, [1577?]) [RamseL,PractOT].

Ramsey, Laurence [1579], A short Discourse of mans fatall end with an vnfaygned, Commendation of the worthinesse of Syr Nicholas Bacon, Knight, Lord Keeper of the great Seale of England: Who disceased the xx. day of February 1578 (London: Imprinted ... for Timothy Ryder, [1579]) [RamseL,ShortDO].

Randolph, Thomas [1652], Poems. With the Muses Looking - Glasse. Amyntas. Jealous Lovers. Arystippus. By Tho: Randolph ... The fourth Edition enlarged (London: Printed for F. Bowman, and are to be sold by William Roybould [etc.], 1652) [RandoT,PoemsWT].

Rands, William Brighty [1857], The Chain of Lilies, and other poems. By William Brighty Rands (London: Knight and son, 1857) [RandsWB,ChainOL].

Rands, William Brighty [1864], Lilliput Levee: With illustrations by J. E. Millais and G. J. Pinwell (London: Alexander Strahan, 1864) [RandsWB,LilliLW].

Rands, William Brighty [1871], Lilliput Lectures: By the author of `Lilliput Levee' (London: Strahan & Co., 1871) [RandsWB,LilliLB].

Rands, William Brighty [1872], Lilliput legends (London: Strahan & Co., 1872) [RandsWB,LilliL].

Rankins, William [1598], Seauen Satyres: Applyed to the weeke, including the worlds ridiculous follyes. True faelicity described in the Phoenix. Maulgre. Whereunto is annexed the wandring Satyre. By W. Rankins (London: Imprinted ... by Edw. Allde for William Ferbrand [etc.], 1598) [RankiW,SeaueSA].

Rankins, William [1600], [A Sonnet to the Muses Garden, in] Bel - vedére or the garden of the mvses (London: Imprinted ... by F. K. for Hugh Astley [etc.], 1600) [RankiW,ASTTMGI].

Rawlet, John [1687], Poetick Miscellanies of Mr John Rawlet (London: Printed for Samuel Tidmarsh [etc.], 1687) [RawleJ,PoetiMO].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1877], "The Miners' Rescue." Troedyrhiw Colliery, Rhondda Vale, Glamorganshire, April 20, 1877. A Poem. By H. D. Rawnsley (London; Bristol: Hamilton, Adams, & Co.; I. E. Chillcott, 1877) [RawnsHD,TheMRTC].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1877], A book of Bristol sonnets. By H. D. Rawnsley (London: Hamilton, Adams & Co., 1877) [RawnsHD,BookOBS].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1882], Sonnets at the English Lakes: by Hardwicke D. Rawnsley ... Second Edition (London: Longmans, Green, & Co., 1882) [RawnsHD,SonneAT].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1887], Sonnets Round the Coast by H. D. Rawnsley (London: Swann Sonnenschein; Lowrey and Co., 1887) [RawnsHD,SonneRT].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1890], Poems, Ballads and Bucolics. By H. D. Rawnsley (London: Macmillan, 1890) [RawnsHD,PoemsBA].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1892], A Ballad of Cumberland, 1319 (London: The Leadenhall Press, [1892]) [RawnsHD,BallaOC].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1893], Valete: Tennyson and other Memorial Poems by H. D. Rawnsley (Glasgow; London: James MacLehose and Sons; Macmillan, 1893) [RawnsHD,ValetTA].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1894], Idylls and Lyrics of The Nile. By H. D. Rawnsley (London: David Nutt, 1894) [RawnsHD,IdyllAL].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1896], Ballads of Brave Deeds. By H. D. Rawnsley. With a Frontispiece and Preface by G. F. Watts (London: J. M. Dent, 1896) [RawnsHD,BallaOB].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1899], Sonnets in Switzerland and Italy. By the Rev. H. D. Rawnsley (London: F. M. Dent, 1899) [RawnsHD,SonneIS].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1900], Ballads of the War. By H. D. Rawnsley (London: J. M. Dent, 1900) [RawnsHD,BallaOT].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1906], A Sonnet Chronicle: 1900 - 1906: By H. D. Rawnsley (Glasgow; London: James MacLehose and Sons; Macmillan, 1906) [RawnsHD,SonneC1].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1909], Poems at Home and Abroad: By the Revd. H. D. Rawnsley (Glasgow; London: James MacLehose and Sons; Macmillan, 1909) [RawnsHD,PoemsAH].

Rawnsley, Hardwick Drummond [1915], The European war 1914 - 1915: Poems by Canon Rawnsley (London: J. & J. Bennett (The Century Press), [1915]) [RawnsHD,EuropW1].

Relph, Josiah [1747], A Miscellany of Poems, consisting of Original Poems, Translations, Pastorals in the Cumberland Dialect, Familiar Epistles, Fables, Songs, and Epigrams, by the late Reverend Josiah Relph ... With a Preface and a Glossary (Glasgow: Printed by Robert Foulis for Mr. Thomlinson, 1747) [RelphJ,MisceOP].

Relph, Josiah [1866], The songs and ballads of Cumberland, to which are added dialect and other poems; With biographical sketches, notes, and glossary. Edited By Sidney Gilpin (London; Edinburgh: Geo. Routledge and Sons; John Menzies, 1866) [RelphJ,SongsAB].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1814], Safie. An eastern tale. By J. H. Reynolds (London: Printed for James Cawthorn ... and John Martin [etc.], 1814) [ReynoJH,SafieAE].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1814], The Eden of Imagination. A Poem. By J. H. Reynolds (London: Printed for James Cawthorn ... and John Martin [etc.], 1814) [ReynoJH,EdenOIA].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1815], An Ode (London: Printed for John Martin [etc.], 1815) [ReynoJH,Ode].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1816], The Naiad: A Tale, with Other Poems (London: Printed by T. Miller; For Taylor and Hessey, 1816) [ReynoJH,NaiadAT].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1819], Benjamin The Waggoner, A Ryghte merrie and conceitede Tale in Verse. A Fragment (London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy [etc.], 1819) [ReynoJH,BenjaTW].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1819], Peter Bell. Lyrical Ballad (London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey, 1819) [ReynoJH,PeterBL].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1820], The Fancy: A Selection from the Poetical Remains of the late Peter Corcoran, of Gray's Inn, Student at Law. With a brief memoir of his life (London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey [etc.], 1820) [ReynoJH,FancyAS].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1821], The Garden of Florence; and Other Poems. By John Hamilton (London: John Warren, 1821) [ReynoJH,GardeOF].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1822], The press, or literary chit - chat. A Satire (London: Printed for Lupton Relfe, 1822) [ReynoJH,PressOL].

Reynolds, John Hamilton [1826], Odes and Addresses to Great People. By John Hamilton Reynolds: 3rd ed. (London: Henry Colborn, 1826) [ReynoJH,OdesAAT].

Rhoades, James [1862], The death of the prince consort. A Poem, which obtained the Chancellor's medal at the Cambridge commencement, M.DCCC.LXII. By James Rhoades (: , 1862) [RhoadJ,DeathOT].

Rhoades, James [1870], Poems by James Rhoades (London: Macmillan, 1870) [RhoadJ,PoemsBJ].

Rhoades, James [1875], Timoleon: a dramatic poem. By James Rhoades (London: Henry S. King & Co., 1875) [RhoadJ,TimolAD].

Rhoades, James [1893], Teresa and Other Poems: By James Rhoades (London; New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1893) [RhoadJ,TeresAO].

Rhoades, James [1904], The little flowers of St Francis of Assisi: Rendered into English verse by James Rhoades (London: Chapman & Hall, 1904) [RhoadJ,LittlFO].

Rhoades, James [1907], Out of the Silence: By James Rhoades (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head; John Lane Company, 1907) [RhoadJ,OutOTSB].

Rhoades, James [1912], O soul of mine! By James Rhoades (London: Chapman & Hall, 1912) [RhoadJ,OSOMBJR].

Rhoades, James [1913], The City of the five gates: by James Rhoades (London: Chapman & Hall, 1913) [RhoadJ,CityOTF].

Rhoades, James [1915], Words by the Wayside: By James Rhoades (London: Chapman and Hall, 1915) [RhoadJ,WordsBT].

Rhodes, Hugh [1577], The boke of Nurture, or Schoole of good maners: for men, Seruants, and children, with Stans puer ad mensam. Newly corrected, very necessary for all youth and children (London: Imprinted ... by H. Iackson, 1577) [RhodeH,BokeONO].

Rhodes, John, Minister of Euborne [1602], An Ansvvere to a Romish Rime lately printed, and entituled, A proper new Ballad, wherein are contayned Catholike questions to the Protestant. The which Ballad was put foorth without date or day, name of Authour or Printer, Libell - like, scattered and sent abroad, to withdraw the simple from the fayth of Christ, vnto the doctrine of Antichrist the Pope of Rome. Written by that Protestant Catholike, I. R. (London: Imprinted ... by Simon Stafford [etc.], 1602) [RhodeJM,AnsvvTA].

Rhodes, John, Minister of Euborne [1604], An Epitaph On the Death of the late most reuerend Father in God, Iohn: by his prouidence the Arch - Byshop of Canterburie his Grace. &c. Made to runne vpon the letters of his Names and Tytles &c. His Grace deceased at Lambeth in the yeere of his age 72. Februarie 29. 1603. And his Funerall rightes were kept at Croyden the 27. of March following. 1604 (London: Imprinted ... by W. White [etc.], 1604) [RhodeJM,EpitaOT].

Rhodes, John, Minister of Euborne [1606], A Briefe Summe of The Treason intended against the King & State, when they should have been assembled in Parliament. Nouember. 5. 1605. Fit for to instruct the simple and ignorant heerein: that they be not seduced any longer by Papists. With a few other Meeters viz, A Song for Traytors to make vse of now and hereafter, wherof the first three verses was made in an other foote, by one of Babingtons Conspiracy at his death. And certaine Songs in prayse of the Kings Maiesty, with Prayers for him, and the prosperous estate of all his Kingdomes. By I. R. (London: Printed by E. A. for Edward White [etc.], 1606) [RhodeJM,BriefSO].

Rhodes, John, Minister of Euborne [1637], The Covntrie Man's Comfort. Or Religious Recreations, fitte for all well disposed persons. Which was Printed in the yeere of our Lord 1588. And since corrected, amended, and enlarged by the same Author. I. R. (London: Printed ... by M. D. and are to be solde by Anne Boler [etc.], 1637) [RhodeJM,CovntMC].

Richards, Nathaniel [1630], The Celestiall Pvblican. A Sacred Poem: Liuely describing the Birth, Progresse, Bloudy Passion, and glorious Resurrection of our Saviour. The Spiritvall Sea - Fight. The Mischieuous Deceites of The World, The Flesh, The Vicious Courtier. The Iesvite. The Divell. Seauen seuerall Poems, with sundry Epitaphs and Anagrams. By Nathanael Richards (London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for Roger Michell, 1630) [RichaN,CelesPA].

Richards, Nathaniel [1641], Poems Sacred And Satyricall, viz ... By Nathanael Richards (London: Printed ... by T. Paine, for H. Blunden [etc.], 1641) [RichaN,PoemsSA].

Richards, Nathaniel [1650], Truth's Acrostick an Elegie upon The most renowned, true, and unparalleld Worthy Knight, Sir Paul Pindar Deceased ([London]: , [1650]) [RichaN,TruthAA].

Richards, Nathaniel [1660], Upon the declaration of His Majesty King Charles of England the Second (London: Printed for J. G., 1660) [RichaN,UponTDO].

Richardson, Joseph [1788], Extracts from the album, at Streatham; or ministerial amusements. To which are added, The bulse, a Pindaric ode: and Jekyll, an eclogue (London: Printed for J. Ridgeway [etc.], 1788) [RichaJ,ExtraFT].

Richardson, Joseph [1807], Literary relics of the late Joseph Richardson. Dedicated by permission to His Grace the duke of Northumberland: Consisting of The Comedy of the fugitive, and a few short poems; with a sketch of the life of the author by an intimate friend; in which those numbers of the rolliads and probationary odes written by Mr. Richardson are particularized. The whole collected and prepared for the press by Mrs. Richardson (London: Printed for J. Ridgway [etc.], 1807) [RichaJ,LiterRO].

Ripley, George [1591], The compovnd of alchymy. Or The ancient hidden Art of Archemie: Conteining the right & perfectest meanes to make the Philosophers Stone, Aurum potabile, with other excellent Experiments. Diuided into twelue Gates. First written by ... George Ripley ... & Dedicated to K. Edward the 4. Whereunto is adioyned his Epistle to the King, his Vision, his Wheele & other his Workes, neuer before published: with certaine briefe Additions of other notable Writers concerning the same. Set foorth by Raph Rabbards Gentleman, studious and expert in Archemicall Artes (London: Printed by Thomas Orwin, 1591) [RipleG,CompoOA].

Ripley, George [1652], Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum. Containing Severall Poeticall Pieces of our Famous English Philosophers, who have written the Hermetique Mysteries in their owne Ancient Language. Faithfully Collected into one Volume, with Annotations thereon, By Elias Ashmole (London: Printed by J. Grismond for Nath: Brooke [etc.], 1652) [RipleG,TheatCB].

Robert of Gloucester [1887], The Metrical Chronicle of Robert of Gloucester: Edited by William Aldis Wright (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1887) [RoberOG,MetriCO].

Robert the Devil [1864], [Robert the Devil, in] Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England; Collected and edited, with introductions and notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt (London: John Russell Smith, 1864) [RoberTD,RoberTD].

Roberts, Henry [1585], A most friendly farewell, Giuen by a welwiller to the right worshipful Sir Frauncis Drake Knight, Generall of her Maiesties Nauy, which be appointed for this his honorable voiage, and the rest of the fleete bound to the Southward, and to all the Gentlemen his followers, and captaines in this exploite, who set sale from Wolwich the xv. day of Iuly, 1585. Wherin is Briefely Tovched his perils passed in his last daungerous voiage, with an Incouragement to all his saylers and souldiers, to be forward in this honourable exploite. Published by Henry Robarts (London: Imprinted ... by Walter Mantell and Thomas Lawe, 1585) [RoberH,MostFFG].

Roberts, Henry [1589], Fames Trumpet soundinge. Or Commemorations of the famous liues and deathes, of the two right honourable Knights of England: the right honourable Sir Walter Mildmay, and Sir Martin Calthrop, Lord Mayor of this honorable Citty of London, who deceased this yeere 1589. Not onely necessary to bee seene, but also to be followed of euery worthy personage in their callings. Written by Henry Robarts (London: Printed by I. C. for Thomas Hacket [etc.], 1589) [RoberH,FamesTS].

Roberts, Henry [1595], Lancaster his Allarums, honorable Assaultes, and supprising of the Block - houses and Store - houses belonging to Fernand Bucke in Brasill. With his braue attempt in Landing in the mouth of the Ordinaunce there ... With the names of such men of worth hauing charge within this most honorable attempt lost their liues. Published for their eternall Honor. By a VVellwisher (London: Imprinted ... by A. I. for VV. Barley [etc.], [1595]) [RoberH,LancaHA].

Roberts, Henry [1595], The trvmpet of Fame: Or Sir Fraunces Drakes and Sir Iohn Hawkins Farewell: with an encouragement to all Sailers and Souldiers that are minded to go in this worthie enterprise. VVith the names of many Ships, and what they have done against our foes. Written by H. R. (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Creede, and are to be sold by William Barley [etc.], 1595) [RoberH,TrvmpOF].

Roberts, William Hayward [1774], Judah restored: a poem. In six books. By Dr. Roberts ... In two volumes (London; Bath: Printed for J. Wilkie ... T. Payne [etc.]; Printed for W. Frederic, 1774) [RoberWH,JudahRA].

Roberts, William Hayward [1774], Poems by Dr. Roberts of Eton College (London: Printed for J. Wilkie ... T. Payne ... W. Frederic ... J. Woodyer ... and J. Pote [etc.], 1774) [RoberWH,PoemsBD].

Robertson, James Logie [1878], Poems: By James Logie Robertson (Dundee: John Leng & Co., 1878) [RoberJL,PoemsBJ].

Robertson, James Logie [1881], Orellana and Other Poems: By J. Logie Robertson (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1881) [RoberJL,OrellAO].

Robertson, James Logie [1882], Our Holiday Among The Hills: By James And Janet Logie Robertson (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1882) [RoberJL,OurHATH].

Robertson, James Logie [1889], New songs of innocence: By James Logie Robertson (Edinburgh; London: MacNiven and Wallace; David Stott, 1889) [RoberJL,NewSOIB].

Robertson, James Logie [1891], Ochil Idylls and Other Poems by Hugh Haliburton (London: William Paterson & Co., 1891) [RoberJL,OchilIA].

Robertson, James Logie [1900], Horace in Homespun by Hugh Haliburton: A New Edition with Illustrations by A. S. Boyd (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood, 1900) [RoberJL,HoracIH].

Robertson, James Logie [1917], Petition to the Deil: And Other War Verses: By J. Logie Robertson (Paisley: Alexander Gardner, 1917) [RoberJL,PetitTT].

Robertson, James [1773], Poems on Several Occasions. By J. Robertson (London: Printed for T. Davies ... G. Robinson ... and T. Cadell [etc.], 1773) [RoberJ,PoemsOS].

Robertson, James [1805], A collection of comic songs, written, Compil'd, Etch'd and Engrav'd, by J. Robertson; and sung by him At the theatres Nottingham, Derby, Stamford, Halifax, Chesterfield, and Redford (Peterborough; London: Printed and sold by G. Robertson; Crosby & Co., [1805]) [RoberJ,ColleOC].

Robertson, James [1805], Collection of comic songs, Written, Compil'd, Etch'd, and Engrav'd, by J. Robertson; and sung by him at the theatres Nottingham, Derby, Stamford, Halifax, Chesterfield, and Redford (Peterborough: Printed and sold by G. Robertson, [1805]) [RoberJ,ColleOC].

Robin Conscience [1864], [Robin Conscience, in] Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England; Collected and edited, with introductions and notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt (London: John Russell Smith, 1864) [RobinC,RobinCI].

Robinson, Clement [1584], A Handefull of pleasant delites, Containing sundrie new Sonets and delectable Histories, in diuers kindes of Meeter. Newly deuised to the newest tunes that are now in use, to be sung: euerie Sonet orderly pointed to his proper Tune. With new additions of certain Songs, to verie late deuised Notes, not commonly knowen, nor vsed heretofore, By Clement Robinson, and diuers others (London: Printed by Richard Ihones [etc.], 1584) [RobinC,HandeOP].

Robinson, Mary [1775], Elegiac verses to a young lady, on the death of her brother; who was slain in the late engagement at Boston. The author Mrs. M. Robinson (London: Printed For J. Johnson [etc.], 1775) [RobinM,ElegiVT].

Robinson, Mary [1775], Poems by Mrs. Robinson (London: Printed for C. Parker [etc.], 1775) [RobinM,PoemsBM].

Robinson, Mary [1777], Captivity, A Poem. And Celadon and Lydia, A Tale. Dedicated, by Permission. To Her Grace the Duchess of Devonshire. By Mrs. Robinson (London: Printed for T. Becket [etc.], 1777) [RobinM,CaptiAP].

Robinson, Mary [1778], The Songs, Chorusses, &c. in the Lucky Escape, a comic opera, as performed at the Theatre Royal, in Drury - Lane (London: Printed for the Author, [1778]) [RobinM,SongsCA].

Robinson, Mary [1793], Modern Manners, a poem. In two cantos. By Horace Juvenal (London: Printed for the author, and sold by James Evans [etc.], 1793) [RobinM,ModerMA].

Robinson, Mary [1793], Ode to the harp of the late accomplished and amiable Louisa Hanway. By Mary Robinson (London: Printed by John Bell [etc.], 1793) [RobinM,OdeTTHO].

Robinson, Mary [1800], The mistletoe. -- A Christmas tale. By Laura Maria (London: , 1800) [RobinM,MistlAC].

Robinson, Mary [1806], The Poetical Works of the late Mrs Mary Robinson: including many pieces never before published. In Three Volumes (London: Printed for Richard Phillips [etc.], 1806) [RobinM,PoetiWO].

Robinson, Richard, of Alton [1574], The rewarde of Wickednesse: Discoursing the sundrye monstrous abuses of wicked and vngodlye worldelinges: in such sort set downe and written as the same haue beene dyuersely practised in the persones of Popes, Harlots, Proude Princes, Tyrauntes, Romish Byshoppes, and others. With a liuely description of their seuerall falles and finall destruction. Uerye profitable for all sorte of estates to reade and looke vpon. Nevvly compiled by Richard Robinson (London: Imprinted ... by William Williamson, [1574]) [RobinRO,RewarOW].

Robinson, Richard, of Alton [1589], A Golden Mirrour. Conteining certaine Pithie and figuratiue Visions prognosticating good fortune to England and all true English Subiectes with an ouerthrowe to the enemies. Whereto be adioyned certaine pretie Poemes written on the names of sundrie both noble and worshipfull (London: Printed by Roger Ward for Iohn Proctor [etc.], 1589) [RobinRO,GoldeMC].

Robinson, Richard, of London [1576], Certain Selected Histories for christian Recreations vvith their seuerall Moralizations. Brought into Englishe verse, and are to be long with seuerall notes: Composed by Richard Robinson Citizen of London (London: Imprinted ... for Henry Kirkha [etc.], [1576]) [RobinRO,CertaSH].

Robinson, Richard, of London [1578], A dyall of dayly Contemplacion, or deuine exercise of the mind: instructing vs to liue vnto God, and to dye vnto the vvorld. First colected & published in Latin, at the request of a godly Bishop, and Reuerent Father, Richard, sometime Byshop of Dirham, and Lorde Priuie Seale. Novv nevvly Translated into Englishe, by Richard Robinson (London: Printed ... by Hugh Singleton [etc.], 1578) [RobinRO,DyallOD].

Robinson, Richard, of London [1583], The Avncient Order, Societie, and Unitie Laudable, of Prince Arthure, and his Knightly Armory of the Round Table. With a Threefold Assertion frendly in fauour and furtherance of English Archery at this day. Translated and Collected by R. R. (London: Imprinted by Iohn Wolfe [etc.], 1583) [RobinRO,AvnciOS].

Robinson, Thomas [1899], The Life and Death of Mary Magdalene: A Legendary Poem in Two Parts, About A.D. 1620, By Thomas Robinson. Edited from the only known manuscripts in the British Museum and Bodleian Libraries, with an introduction, a life of the author, and notes, by H. Oskar Sommer (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1899) [RobinT,LifeADO].

Roche, Robert [1599], Evstathia: or The Constancie of Svsanna containing the Preservation of the Godly, subversion of the wicked, precepts for the aged, instructions for youth, pleasure with profitte. Penned by R. R. G. (Oxford: Printed ... by Joseph Barnes [etc.], 1599) [RocheR,EvstaOT].

Rodd, James Rennell, 1st Baron Rennell [1880], Newdigate Prize Poem. Raleigh. Recited in The Theatre, June 9, 1880, by Rennell Rodd (Oxford; London: T. Shrimpton and Son; Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1880) [RoddJR1,NewdiPP].

Rodd, James Rennell, 1st Baron Rennell [1881], Songs in the South by Rennell Rodd (London: David Bogue, 1881) [RoddJR1,SongsIT].

Rodd, James Rennell, 1st Baron Rennell [1886], Feda with Other Poems, Chiefly Lyrical. By Rennell Rodd ... With an Etching by Harper Pennington (London: David Stott, 1886) [RoddJR1,FedaWOP].

Rodd, James Rennell, 1st Baron Rennell [1886], Poems in many lands: By Rennell Rodd: Second edition (London: David Stott, 1886) [RoddJR1,PoemsIM].

Rodd, James Rennell, 1st Baron Rennell [1888], The Unknown Madonna and Other Poems. By Rennell Rodd (London: David Stott, 1888) [RoddJR1,UnknoMA].

Rodd, James Rennell, 1st Baron Rennell [1901], Ballads of the Fleet and Other Poems: A New Edition With several Additional Pieces: By Rennell Rodd (London: Edward Arnold, 1901) [RoddJR1,BallaOT].

Rodd, James Rennell, 1st Baron Rennell [1906], Rose Leaf and Apple Leaf: By Rennell Rodd: With an Introduction by Oscar Wilde (Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1906) [RoddJR1,RoseLAA].

Rodd, James Rennell, 1st Baron Rennell [1913], The violet crown by Sir Rennell Rodd. Second edition with several new poems (London: Edward Arnold, 1913) [RoddJR1,VioleCB].

Rodd, James Rennell, 1st Baron Rennell [1940], War poems with some others: By Lord Rennell of Rodd (London: Edward Arnold & Co., 1940) [RoddJR1,WarPWSO].

Rodger, Alexander [1821], Scotch Poetry; Consisting of Songs, Odes, Anthems, and Epigrams. By Alexander Rodger (London: Printed and Published by R. Carlile, 1821) [RodgeA,ScotcPC].

Rodger, Alexander [1827], Peter Cornclips, A Tale of Real Life; With Other Poems & Songs, By Alexander Rodger (Glasgow: David Allan, 1827) [RodgeA,PeterCA].

Rodger, Alexander [1838], Poems and Songs, Humorous and Satirical. By Alexander Rodger (Glasgow; Edinburgh: David Robertson; Oliver & Boyd, 1838) [RodgeA,PoemsAS].

Rodger, Alexander [1842], Stray Leaves from the Portfolios of Alisander the Seer, Andrew Whaup, and Humphrey Henkeckle. Edited by Alexander Rodger (Glasgow: Charles Rattray, 1842) [RodgeA,StrayLF].

Rodger, Alexander [1901], Poems and Songs Humorous, Serious and Satirical: By Alexander Rodger; Edited, with Introduction and Notes by Robert Ford; New and Complete Edition (Paisley; London: Alexander Gardner, 1901) [RodgeA,PoemsAS].

Rogers, Samuel [1875], The poetical works of Samuel Rogers with a memoir by Edward Bell (London: George Bell and Sons, 1875) [RogerS,PoetiWO].

Rogers, Thomas, of Bryanston [1598], Celestiall Elegies of the Goddesses and the Muses, deploring the death of the right honourable and vertuous Ladie the Ladie Fravnces Countesse of Hertford, late wife vnto the right honorable Edvvard Seymor Vicount Beauchamp and Earle of Hertford. Wherevnto are annexed some funerall verses touching the death of Mathevv Evvens Esquire, late one of the Barons of her Maiesties Court of Eschequer, vnto whome the author hereof was allyed ... By Thomas Rogers (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Bradocke, for I. B. [etc.], 1598) [RogerTO,CelesEO].

Rogers, Thomas, of Bryanston [1641], Leicester's Ghost (1641) (In Leicester's Common - wealth. Conceived, spoken and published with most earnest protestation of dutifull goodwill and affection towards this Realme. By Robert Parsons: Jesuite. Whereunto is added Leicesters - Ghost (London: , 1641)) [RogerTO,LeiceG1].

Rolland, John, of Dalkeith [1884], Ane treatise callit the court of Venus: deuidit into four buikis: newlie compylit be Iohne Rolland in Dalkeith, 1575: Edited by the Rev. Walter Gregor (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1884) [RollaJO,AneTCTC].

Rolland, John, of Dalkeith [1932], The seuin Seages: Translatit out of prois in Scottis meter be Iohne Rolland in Dalkeith, with ane Moralitie efter euerie Doctouris Tale, and siclike efter the Emprice Tale, togidder with ane louing and laude to euerie Doctour efter his awin Tale, & ane Exclamation and outcrying vpon the Empreouris wife efter hir fals contrusit Tale ... Edited, with introduction, notes, and glossary, by Geo. F. Black (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1932) [RollaJO,SeuinST].

Rolle, Richard [1895], [Lyrics from] Yorkshire Writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole ... and his followers: Edited by C. Horstman (London; New York: Swan Sonnenschein & Co.; Macmillan, 1895 - 1896) [RolleR,LyricFY].

Rolleston, Thomas William Hazen [1897], Deirdre: The Feis Ceoil Prize cantata: Dublin 1897: The words by T. W. Rolleston: With an illustration by Althea Gyles, and initial letters, headpieces, and tailpieces by N. Baxter, Helen Hay, and John Duncan (Edinburgh; Dublin: Patrick Geddes & Colleagues; M. H. Gill & Son, 1897) [RolleTW,DeirdTF].

Rolleston, Thomas William Hazen [1909], Sea Spray: Verses and Translations by T. W. Rolleston (Dublin: Maunsel and Co., 1909) [RolleTW,SeaSVAT].

Roscoe, William Caldwell [1860], Poems and Essays. By the late William Caldwell Roscoe. (Edited with a Prefatory Memoir, by his Brother - in - law, Richard Holt Hutton) (London: Chapman and Hall, 1860) [RoscoWC,PoemsAE].

Roscoe, William Caldwell [1891], Poems by the late William Caldwell Roscoe: Edited by his daughter Elizabeth Mary Roscoe (London; New York: Macmillan, 1891) [RoscoWC,PoemsBT].

Roscoe, William Stanley [1834], Poems by William Stanley Roscoe (London: William Pickering, 1834) [RoscoWS,PoemsBW].

Rose, William Stewart [1810], The Crusade of St. Lewis, And King Edward the martyr. By William Stewart Rose (London: Printed For Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme [etc.], 1810) [RoseWS,CrusaOS].

Rose, William Stewart [1819], The court and parliament of beasts freely translated from The Animali Parlanti of Giambattista Casti: A Poem in seven cantos. By William Stewart Rose (London: John Murray [etc.], 1819) [RoseWS,CourtAP].

Rose, William Stewart [1837], Rhymes: By William Stewart Rose (Brighton: Creasy and Baker, 1837) [RoseWS,RhymeBW].

Rose, William Stewart [1900], Verses to Byron (1900) (In The works of Lord Byron. New, revised and enlarged edition, with illustrations, letters and journals. Edited by Rowland E. Prothero (London; New York: John Murray; Charles Scribner's Sons, 1900)) [RoseWS,VerseTB].

Ross, Alexander [1630], Three Decads of Divine Meditations. Whereof each one containeth three parts. 1. A History. 2. An Allegory. 3. A Prayer. With a commendation of the private Countrey life. By Alexander Rosse (London: Printed by A. M. for Francis Constable, 1630) [RossA,ThreeDO].

Ross, Alexander [1642], Mel Heliconium: or, Poeticall Honey, Gathered out of The Weeds of Parnassus ... By Alexander Rosse (London: Printed by L. N. and J. F. for William Leak [etc.], 1642) [RossA,MelHOPH].

Ross, Alexander [1938], The Scottish Works of Alexander Ross ... Consisting of Helenore, or The Fortunate Shepherdess; Songs; The Fortunate Shepherd, or The Orphan: Edited, with notes, glossary and life by Margaret Wattie (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood & Sons, 1938) [RossA,ScottWO].

Ross, Thomas [1661], The Second Punick War Between Hannibal, and the Romanes: The whole Seventeen Books, Englished from the Latine of Silius Italicus: with A Continuation from the Triumph of Scipio, To the Death of Hannibal. By Tho: Ross (London: Printed by Tho. Roycroft, and are to be sold by Jo. Martin, Ja. Allestry and Tho. Dicas, 1661) [RossT,SeconPW].

Ross, Thomas [1671], An essay Upon the Third Punique War. Lib. I. and II. To which are added Theodosius's Advice to his Son. And the phenix; Out of Claudian. By T. R. (London: Printed by T. N. for William Nott [etc.], 1671) [RossT,EssayUT].

Rossetti, Christina G. [1979], The Complete Poems of Christina Rossetti: A variorum edition: Edited, with textual notes and introductions, by R. W. Crump (Baton Rouge; London: Louisiana State University Press, 1979 - 1990) [RosseCG,ComplPO].

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel [1911], The Works of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Edited with Preface and Notes by William M. Rossetti: Revised and Enlarged Edition (London: Ellis, 1911) [RosseDG,WorksOD].

Rous, Francis, the elder [1598], Thvle, Or Vertues Historie. To the Honorable and vertuous Mistris Amy Avdely. By F. R. (London: Printed by Felix Kingston, for Humfrey Lownes, 1598) [RousFTE,ThvleOV].

Rous, Francis, the elder [1650], The Psalmes Of David In Meeter. Newly translated, and diligently compared with the Originall Text, and former Translations: More plaine, smooth, and agreeable to the Text, then any heretofore. Allowed by the Authority of the Generall Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, and appointed to be sung in Congregations and Families (Edinburgh: Printed by Evan Tyler [etc.], 1650) [RousFTE,PsalmOD].

Rowe, Elizabeth [1737], Philomela: Or, Poems By Mrs. Elizabeth Singer, [Now Rowe,] ... The Second Edition (London: Printed for E. Curll [etc.], 1737) [RoweE,PhiloOP].

Rowe, Elizabeth [1737], The History of Joseph. A Poem. In Ten Books. By the Author of Friendship in Death. The Second Edition (London: Printed for T. Worrall [etc.], 1737) [RoweE,HistoOJ].

Rowe, Elizabeth [1739], The Miscellaneous Works In Prose and Verse of Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. The Greater Part now first Published, by her Order, from her Original Manuscripts, By Mr. Theophilus Rowe. To which are added, Poems on Several Occasions, By Mr. Thomas Rowe. And to the whole is prefix'd, An Account of the Lives and Writings of the Authors. In Two Volumes (London: Printed for R. Hett ... and R. Dodsley [etc.], 1739) [RoweE,MisceWI].

Rowlands, Richard [1601], Odes In Imitation of the Seaven Penitential Psalmes, with Sundry other Poemes and ditties tending to deuotion and pietie ([Antwerp]: [R. Bruney], 1601) [RowlaR,OdesIIO].

Rowlands, Samuel [1598], The Betraying of Christ. Ivdas in despaire. The seuen Words of our Sauior on the Crosse. With Other Poems on the Passion (London: Printed by Adam Islip, 1598) [RowlaS,BetraOC].

Rowlands, Samuel [1600], The letting of hvmovrs blood in the head - vaine. With a new Moriffco, daunced by seauen Satyres, vpon the bottome of Diogines Tubbe (London: Printed by W. White for W. F., 1600) [RowlaS,LettiOH].

Rowlands, Samuel [1603], Aue Caesar. God saue the King. The ioyfull Ecchoes of loyall English hartes, entertayning his Maiesties late ariuall in England. With an Epitaph vpon the death of her Maiestie our late Queene (London: Printed for W. F. and G. L. [etc.], 1603) [RowlaS,AueCGST].

Rowlands, Samuel [1604], Looke to it: For, Ile Stabbe ye. By S. R. (London: Imprinted ... by E. Allde for W. Ferbrand, and George Loftes [etc.], 1604) [RowlaS,LookeTI].

Rowlands, Samuel [1605], Hell's Broke Loose (London: Printed by W. W. and are to be sold by G. Loftus [etc.], 1605) [RowlaS,HellsBL].

Rowlands, Samuel [1605], Hvmors Ordinarie. Where a man may be verie merrie, and exceeding vvell vsed for his Sixe - Pence (London: Printed for William Firebrand [etc.], [1605?]) [RowlaS,HvmorOW].

Rowlands, Samuel [1606], A Terrible Battell betweene the two consumers of the whole World: Time, and Death. By Samuel Rowlands (London: Printed ... for Iohn Deane [etc.], [1606?]) [RowlaS,TerriBB].

Rowlands, Samuel [1607], Democritus, or Doctor Merry - man his Medicines, against Melancholy humors. Written by S. R. (London: Printed for Iohn Deane [etc.], 1607) [RowlaS,DemocOD].

Rowlands, Samuel [1607], The Famous History of Guy Earle of Warwicke. By Samvel Rowlands (London: Printed ... by Elizabeth All - de, 1607) [RowlaS,FamouHO].

Rowlands, Samuel [1608], Hvmors Looking Glasse (London: Imprinted by Ed. Allde for William Ferebrand [etc.], 1608) [RowlaS,HvmorLG].

Rowlands, Samuel [1611], The knave of Clubbs (London: Printed at London by E. A. [etc.], 1611) [RowlaS,KnaveOC].

Rowlands, Samuel [1612], The Knave of Harts. Haile Fellow, well met (London: Printed by T. S. and are to be solde by George Loftus [etc.], 1612) [RowlaS,KnaveOH].

Rowlands, Samuel [1613], A Crew of Kind Gossips, all met to be merrie: Complayning of their Husbands, with their Husbands answeres in their owne defence. Written, and newly inlarged by S. R. (London: Printed by W. W. for Iohn Deane [etc.], 1613) [RowlaS,CrewOKG].

Rowlands, Samuel [1613], More Knaues yet? The Knaues of Spades and Diamonds. With new Additions (London: [Printed for John Tap [etc.]], [1613?]) [RowlaS,MoreKYT].

Rowlands, Samuel [1614], A Fooles Bolt is soone shott (London: Imprinted ... for George Loftus [etc.], 1614) [RowlaS,FooleBI].

Rowlands, Samuel [1614], Sir Thomas Overbvry, or the Poysoned Knights Complaint (London: Imprinted ... for John White, [1614]) [RowlaS,SirTOOT].

Rowlands, Samuel [1615], The Melancholie Knight. By S. R. (London: Imprinted ... by R. B. and are to be sold by George Loftus [etc.], 1615) [RowlaS,MelanKB].

Rowlands, Samuel [1617], The bride: By S. R. (London: Printed by W. I. for T. P., 1617) [RowlaS,BrideBS].

Rowlands, Samuel [1618], A Sacred Memorie of the Miracles wrought by our Lord and Sauiour Iesus Christ. Written by Samuel Rowlands (London: Imprinted by Bernard Alsop [etc.], 1618) [RowlaS,SacreMO].

Rowlands, Samuel [1620], The Night Raven. By S. R. (London: Printed by G: Eld for Iohn Deane and Thomas Baily, 1620) [RowlaS,NightRB].

Rowlands, Samuel [1620], [A paire of spy - knaves] ([London]: [G. Purslowe], [1620?]) [RowlaS,APOSK].

Rowlands, Samuel [1622], Good Nevves and Bad Nevves. By S. R. (London: Printed for Henry Bell [etc.], 1622) [RowlaS,GoodNAB].

Rowlands, Samuel [1628], Diogenes Lanthorne (London: Printed for Thomas Archer [etc.], 1628) [RowlaS,DiogeL].

Rowlands, Samuel [1628], Heavens Glory, Seeke It. Earts Vanitie, Flye It. Hells Horror, Fere It (London: Printed for Michaell Sparke, 1628) [RowlaS,HeaveGS].

Russell, George William [1904], The divine vision and other poems by A. E. (London; New York: Macmillan and Co.; The Macmillan Company, 1904) [RusseGW,DivinVA].

Russell, George William [1906], The Earth Breath and Other Poems by A. E. (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head; John Lane Company, 1906) [RusseGW,EarthBA].

Russell, George William [1908], Homeward Songs by the Way. A. E. (London; New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head; John Lane Coy., 1908) [RusseGW,HomewSB].

Russell, George William [1915], Gods of War with other poems by A. E. (Dublin: Printed for Private Circulation, 1915) [RusseGW,GodsOWW].

Russell, George William [1917], Salutation: A Poem on the Irish Rebellion of 1916: By A. E. (London: Privately Printed by Clement Shorter, 1917) [RusseGW,SalutAP].

Russell, George William [1926], Collected poems by A. E. (London: Macmillan, 1926) [RusseGW,CollePB].

Russell, George William [1934], The house of the titans and other poems by A. E. (London: Macmillan and Co., 1934) [RusseGW,HouseOT].

Russell, John [1634], The Tvvo Famous Pitcht Battels of Lypsich, and Lutzen; wherein the ever - renowned Prince Gustavus the Great lived and died a Conquerour: with an Elegie upon his untimely death, composed in Heroick Verse. By John Russell (Cambridge: Printed by the Printers to the Universitie of Cambridge. And are to be sold by Philip Scarler, 1634) [RusseJ,TvvoFPB].

Russell, Thomas [1789], Sonnets and Miscellaneous Poems by the late Thomas Russell (Oxford; London: Printed for D. Prince and J. Cooke, J. F. and C. Rivington, T. Cadell and T. and J. Egerton, 1789) [RusseT,SonneAM].

Sabie, Francis [1595], Flora's Fortune. The Second part and finishing of the Fishermans Tale. Containing, The Strange accidents which chaunced to Flora, and her supposed father Thirsus: also the happie meeting with her desired Cassander. By F. S. (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Ihones, 1595) [SabieF,FloraFT].

Sabie, Francis [1595], Pans Pipe, Three Pastorall Eglogues, in English Hexameter. With Other Poetical Verses delightfull. For the further delight of the Reader, the Printer hath annexed hereunto the delectable Poeme of the Fisher - mans Tale (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Ihones [etc.], 1595) [SabieF,PansPTP].

Sabie, Francis [1595], The Fissher - mans Tale: Of the famous Actes, Life and loue of Cassander a Grecian Knight. Written by Francis Sabie (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Iohnes [etc.], 1595) [SabieF,FisshMT].

Sabie, Francis [1596], Adams Complaint. The Olde Worldes Tragedie. Dauid and Bathsheba. A Ioue Musa (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Iohnes [etc.], 1596) [SabieF,AdamsCT].

Sackville, Charles, Baron Buckhurst [1979], The Poems of Charles Sackville: Sixth Earl of Dorset: Edited by Brice Harris (New York; London: Garland Publishing, 1979) [SackvCB,PoemsOC].

Sackville, Thomas, 1st Earl of Dorset [1561], The Covrtyer of Covnt Baldessar Castilio diuided into foure bookes. Very necessary and profitable for yonge Gentilmen and Gentilwomen abiding in Court, Palaice, or Place, done into Englyshe by Thomas Hosby (London: Imprinted ... by Wyllyam Seres [etc.], 1561) [SackvT1,CovrtOC].

Sackville, Thomas, 1st Earl of Dorset [1849], [On Sir Philip and Sir Thomas Hobby, in] The Shakespeare Society's Papers. Vol. IV (London: Printed for The Shakespeare Society, 1849) [SackvT1,OnSPAST].

Saint Margaret of Scotland [1530], [Life of St Margaret of Scotland] (London: , [1530?]) [SaintMO,LifeOSM].

Saint Mary Magdalene [1871], Our Lady's Lament, and The Lamentation of Saint Mary Magdalene. Edited from the original mss., etc. by Charles Edward Tame (London: R. Washbourne, [1871]) [SaintMM,OurLLAT].

Saint Ursula [1509], Here begyneth ye Lyf of saynt Ursula after ye cronycles of englode ([London]: , [1509?]) [SaintU,HereBYL].

Saltmarsh, John [1636], Poemata sacra, Latinè & Anglicè scripta (Cambridge: Printed by the Printers to the University of Cambridge, 1636) [SaltmJ,PoemaSL].

Saltwood, Robert [1548], A comparyson bytwene iiii. byrdes / the Larke / the Nyghtyngale / ye Thrusshe & the Cucko / for theyr syngynge who shuld be chauntoure of the quere ([Canterbury]: [J. Mychel], [1548?]) [SaltwR,CompaBI].

Salusbury, Sir John [1914], Poems by Sir John Salusbury and Robert Chester. With an introduction by Carleton Brown (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. ... and by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1914) [SalusSJ,PoemsBS].

Samuel, William [1550], A VVarning for the cittie of London. That the Dwellers, therein may Repent their evyll Lyves for feare of Goddes Plages (London: Imprinted ... by Humfrey Powell [etc.], [1550?]) [SamueW,VvarnFT].

Samuel, William [1550], The Practice: practiced by the Pope and his prelates. which they haue vsed synce they came to their estates (London: Imprinted ... by Humfrey Powell ... And are to be solde by Hugh Syngleton [etc.], [1550?]) [SamueW,PractPB].

Samuel, William [1569], An Abridgemet of all the Canonical books of the olde Testament, written in Sternholds meter by VV. Samuel (London: Imprinted ... by VVilliam Seres, 1569) [SamueW,AbridOA].

Sandys, George [1632], Ovid's Metamorphosis Englished, Mythologized, And Represented in Figures. An Essay to the Translation of Virgil's Aeneis. By G. S. (Oxford: Imprinted ... by John Lichfield, 1632) [SandyG,OvidsME].

Sandys, George [1638], A paraphrase vpon the divine poems. By George Sandys (London: , 1638) [SandyG,ParapVT].

Sandys, George [1640], Christs passion. A tragedie. With Annotations (London: Printed by Iohn Legatt, 1640) [SandyG,ChrisPA].

Sandys, George [1641], A paraphrase vpon the song of Solomon. By G. S. (London: Printed by Iohn Legatt, 1641) [SandyG,ParapVT].

Sandys, George [1657], Mottets of two voyces for treble or tenor and bass. With the Continued Bass or Score: To be performed to an Organ, Harpspycon, Lute or Bass - Viol. Published By Walter Porter (London: Printed by William Godbid for the Author, 1657) [SandyG,MotteOT].

Savage, Richard [1717], The Convocation: or, a Battle of Pamphlets. A poem. Written by Mr. Richard Savage (London: Printed for E. Young ... and sold by J. Morphew [etc.], 1717) [SavagR,ConvoOA].

Savage, Richard [1725], The Authors of the Town; A Satire: Inscribed to the Author of The Universal Passion (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1725) [SavagR,AuthoOT].

Savage, Richard [1727], A poem, Sacred to the Glorious memory of our Late King George. Inscribed to the Right Honourable George Dodington. By Richard Savage (Dublin: Printed by S. Powell, For G. Risk, G. Ewing and W. Smith, 1727) [SavagR,PoemSTT].

Savage, Richard [1728], Nature in Perfection; or The Mother Unveil'd: being a congratulatory poem to Mrs. Bret, upon his Majesty's most gracious Pardon granted to Mr. Richard Savage, Son of the late Earl Rivers (London: T. Green, 1728) [SavagR,NaturIP].

Savage, Richard [1731], A poem To the Memory of Mrs Oldfield, Inscrib'd to the Honourable Brigadier Charles Churchill (London; Dublin: Printed and Sold by George Faulkner [etc.], 1731) [SavagR,PoemTTM].

Savage, Richard [1777], The Works of Richard Savage ... With an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author, by Samuel Johnson. A New Edition (London: Printed for T. Evans, 1777) [SavagR,WorksOR].

Sayers, Frank [1830], Poetical works of the late F. Sayers, to which have been prefixed the connected disquisitions on the rise and progress of English poetry, and on English metres, and also some biographic particulars of the author, supplied by W. Taylor (London: W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1830) [SayerF,PoetiWO].

Scot, Gregory [1574], A briefe Treatise agaynst certayne errors of the Romish Church. Uery plainly, notably, and pleasantly confuting the same by Scriptures and auncient writers. Compiled by Gregory Scot. 1570 (London: Imprynted ... by Iohn Awdeley [etc.], 1574) [ScotG,BriefTA].

Scot, Thomas [1622], Philomythie or Philomythologie. wherein Outlandish Birds, Beasts, and Fishes, are taught to speake true English plainely. By Tho: Scot ... The second edition much inlarged (London: Printed for Francis Constable [etc.], 1622) [ScotT,PhiloOP].

Scot, Walter, of Satchells [1688], A True History Of several Honourable Families of the Right Honourable Name of Scot, In the Shires of Roxburgh and Selkirk, and others adjacent. Gathered out of Ancient Chronicles, Histories, and Traditions of our Fathers. By Capt. Walter Scot, An old Souldier, and no Scholler, And one that can Write nane, But just the Letters of his Name (Edinburgh: Printed by the Heir of Andrew Anderson [etc.], 1688) [ScotWOS,TrueHOS].

Scott, Alexander [1902], The poems of Alexander Scott. Edited from the Bannatyne manuscript in the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh, and the Maitland manuscript in the library of Magdalen College, Cambridge, by Alexander Karley Donald (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1902) [ScottA,PoemsOA].

Scott, John, of Amwell [1782], The Poetical Works of John Scott (London: Printed for J. Buckland, 1782) [ScottJO,PoetiWO].

Scott, Thomas [1602], Foure Paradoxes: Of Arte, Of Lawe, Of Warre, Of Seruice, By T. S. (London: Printed for Thomas Bushell, 1602) [ScottT,FourePO].

Scott, William Bell [1838], Hades; or, The transit: and The progress of mind. Two poems. By W. B. Scott (London: Henry Renshaw, 1838) [ScottWB,HadesOT].

Scott, William Bell [1846], The Year of the World; A Philosophical Poem on "Redemption from The Fall". By William B. Scott (Edinburgh; London: William Tait; Simpkin and Marshall, 1846) [ScottWB,YearOTW].

Scott, William Bell [1854], Poems. By William Bell Scott (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1854) [ScottWB,PoemsBW].

Scott, William Bell [1875], Poems. By William Bell Scott. Ballads, Studies from Nature, Sonnets, etc. Illustrated by Seventeen Etchings by the Author and L. Alma Tadema (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1875) [ScottWB,PoemsBW].

Scott, William Bell [1893], A Poet's Harvest Home: Being One Hundred Short Poems: By William Bell Scott ... With an Aftermath of Twenty Short Poems (London: Elkin Mathews & John Lane: The Bodley Head, 1893) [ScottWB,PoetsHH].

Seager, Francis [1549], A Brefe declaration of the great myseries (1549) (In A Brefe declaration of the great and innumerable myseries & wretchednesses used i courtes by all, made by a lettre, which mayster Alayn Charatre wrote to hys brother, which desyred to come dwel in the court, for to aduyse, & counsell hym not to enter into it, left he after repet, newly augmeted, amplified, & inrytched, By Francis Segar (: , 1549)) [SeageF,BrefeDO].

Seager, Francis [1553], Certayne Psalmes select out of the Psalter of Dauid, and drawen into Englyshe Metre, wyth Notes to euery Psalme in iiij. parts to Synge, by F. S. (London: Imprinted ... by VVyllyam Seres [etc.], 1553) [SeageF,CertaPS].

Seager, Francis [1868], The Babees Book, Aristotle's A B C, Urbanitatis, Stans Puer ad Mensam, The Lytille Childrenes Lytil Boke. The Bokes of Nurture of Hugh Rhodes and John Russell, Wynkyn de Worde's Boke of Keruynge, The Booke of Demeanor, The Boke of Curtasye, Seager's Schoole of Vertue, &c. &c. With some French & Latin poems on like subjects, and some forewords on education in early England. Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall (London: Published for The Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1868) [SeageF,BabeeBA].

Sedley, Sir Charles [1928], The poetical and dramatic works of Sir Charles Sedley: Collected and Edited from the Old Editions: With a preface on the text, explanatory and textual notes, an appendix containing works of doubtful authenticity, and a bibliography: By V. de Sola Pinto (London: Constable & Company, 1928) [SedleSC,PoetiAD].

Sempill, Robert [1872], The Sempill Ballates. A series of historical, political, and satirical Scotish poems, ascribed to Robert Sempill. M.D.LXVII. - M.D.LXXXIII. To which are added poems by Sir James Semple of Beltrees, M.D.XCVIII. - M.DC.X. Now for the first time printed (Edinburgh: Thomas George Stevenson, 1872) [SempiR,SempiBA].

Sempill, Robert [1891], Satirical poems of the time of The Reformation: Edited by James Cranstoun (Edinburgh; London: Printed for The [Scottish Text] Society by William Blackwood and Sons, 1891) [SempiR,SatirPO].

Semple, Sir James, of Beltrees [1669], A Pick - tooth For the Pope: or, The Pack - Mans Pater Noster. Set down in a Dialogue, betwixt a Pack - Man, and a Priest. Translated out of Dutch by S. I. S. and newly augmented and enlarged by his Son, R. S. (Edinburgh: Printed by Andrew Anderson, 1669) [SemplSJ,PickTFT].

Semple, Sir James, of Beltrees [1849], A Pick - Tooth for the Pope (1849) (In The poems of the Sempills of Beltrees, now first collected, with notes and biographical notices of their lives, by James Paterson (Edinburgh: Thomas George Stevenson, 1849)) [SemplSJ,PickTFT].

Seward, Anna [1776], A Rural Coronation (1776) (In Needwood Forest (Lichfield: Printed by John Jackson, 1776)) [SewarA,RuralC1].

Seward, Anna [1810], The Poetical Works of Anna Seward; With Extracts from her Literary Correspondence. Edited by Walter Scott ... In Three Volumes (Edinburgh; London: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co. for John Ballantyne and Co.; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1810) [SewarA,PoetiWO].

Seward, Anna [1855], Miss Seward's enigma (London: R. Theobald, [1855]) [SewarA,MissSE].

Sewell, George [1713], An epistle from Sempronia to Cethegus. To which is Added Cethegus's reply (London: Printed for John Holmes [etc.], 1713) [SewelG,EpistFS].

Sewell, George [1720], A new collection of Original poems, Never Printed in any miscellany. By the Author of Sir Walter Raleigh (London: Printed for J. Pemberton ... and J. Peele [etc.], 1720) [SewelG,NewCOOP].

Sewell, George [1722], Verses to the Lord Carteret, Occasioned by the present conspiracy. By a Gentleman of Cambridge (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1722) [SewelG,VerseTT].

Sewell, George [1728], Posthumous Works of Dr. George Sewell ... To which are added Poems on Several Occasions, Published in his Life - Time (London: Printed for Henry Curll [etc.], 1728) [SewelG,PosthWO].

Shakespeare, William [1594], Lvcrece (London: Printed by Richard Field, for Iohn Harrison [etc.], 1594) [ShakeW,Lvcre].

Shakespeare, William [1594], Venvs and Adonis (London: Imprinted by Richard Field [etc.], 1594) [ShakeW,VenvsAA].

Shakespeare, William [1599], The Passionate Pilgrime. By W. Shakespeare (London: Printed for W. Iaggard, and are to be sold by W. Leake [etc.], 1599) [ShakeW,PassiPB].

Shakespeare, William [1601], Loves Martyr or, Rosalins Complaint. Allegorically shadowing the truth of Love, in the constant Fate of the Phoenix and Turtle. A Poeme enterlaced with much varietie and raritie; now first translated out of the venerable Italian Torquato Caeliano, by Robert Chester. With true legend of famous King Arthur, the last of the nine Worthies, being the first Essay of a new Brytish Poet: collected out of diuerse Authenticall Records. To these are added some new compositions, of seuerall moderne Writers whose names are subscribed to their severall workes, upon the first Subject: viz. the Phoenix and Turtle (London: Imprinted for E. B., 1601) [ShakeW,LovesMO].

Shakespeare, William [1609], Shake - Speares Sonnets. Neuer before Imprinted (London: By G. Eld for T. T. [etc.], 1609) [ShakeW,ShakeSS].

Sharp, William [1882], The Human Inheritance, The New Hope, Motherhood. By William Sharp (London: Elliot Stock, 1882) [SharpW,HumanIT].

Sharp, William [1884], Earth's Voices, Transcripts from Nature, Sospitra, and Other Poems. By William Sharp (London: Elliot Stock, 1884) [SharpW,EarthVT].

Sharp, William [1884], Euphrenia or the Test of Love: A poem by William Sharp (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1884) [SharpW,EuphrOT].

Sharp, William [1889], Romantic Ballads and Poems of Phantasy: By William Sharp: Second Edition (London: Walter Scott, 1889) [SharpW,RomanBA].

Sharp, William [1891], Sospiri di Roma: By William Sharp (Roma: Printed for the Author by La Società Laziale, 1891) [SharpW,SospiDR].

Sharp, William [1897], From the Hills of Dream: Mountain Songs and Island Runes (Edinburgh: Patrick Geddes & Colleagues, [1897]) [SharpW,FromTHO].

Sharp, William [1909], Songs and poems old and new: By William Sharp (Fiona Macleod) (London: Elliot Stock, 1909) [SharpW,SongsAP].

Sharp, William [1910], Poems and Dramas by "Fiona MacLeod" (William Sharp) (London: William Heinemann, 1910) [SharpW,PoemsAD].

Sharpe, Roger [1610], More fooles yet. Written by R. S. (London: Printed for Thomas Castleton [etc.], 1610) [SharpR,MoreFYW].

Sharrock, John [1585], The valiant actes And victorious Battailes of the English nation: from the yeere of our Lord, one thousand three hundred twentie and seuen: being the first yeare of the raigne of the most mightie Prince Edvvard the third, to the yeere 1558. Also, of the peaceable and quiet state of England, vnder the blessed gouernement of the most excellent and vertuous Princesse Elizabeth: A compendious declaration written by C. O. And newly translated out of Latine verse into English meeter. By I. S. (London: Printed by Robert Walde - graue, [1585]) [SharrJ,ValiaAA].

Shaw, Cuthbert [1756], Liberty. A Poem. By Cuthbert Shaw (Durham: Printed by I. Lane; and Sold by Mr. Richardson and Mr. Sanderson ... Mr. Charnley ... Mr. Bell ... Mr. Thorne ... Mr. Hillyard ... Mr. Manby [etc.], 1756) [ShawC,LiberAP].

Shaw, Cuthbert [1760], Odes, on the four seasons. By W. Seymour (Bury St. Edmond's: Printed and sold by W. Green; also by Mr. Millar [etc.], 1760) [ShawC,OdesOTF].

Shaw, Cuthbert [1766], The Race. By Mercurius Spur, Esq. With notes. By Faustinus Scriblerus. The second edition. With large Additions and Alterations (London: Printed for W. Flexney [etc.], 1766) [ShawC,RaceBMS].

Shaw, Cuthbert [1770], Monody to the memory of a young lady who died in Child - bed. With a Poetical Dedication to the Right Honourable Lord Lyttelton. To which is now first added, an Evening Address to a Nightingale. By C. Shaw. Third edition, corrected (London; Cambridge: Printed for J. Dodsley ... G. Pearch ... Fletcher and Hodson ... and W. Nicoll [etc.], 1770) [ShawC,MonodTT].

Shaw, Cuthbert [1776], Poems on different occasions (London: Prnted for T. Becket [etc.], 1776) [ShawC,PoemsOD].

Shaw, Cuthbert [1925], The Poems of Cuthbert Shaw and Thomas Russell: edited with an introduction and notes by Eric Partridge (London: Dulau and Company, 1925) [ShawC,PoemsOC].

Sheffield, John, 3rd Earl of Mulgrave, Marquis of Normanby, Duke of Buckingham and Normanby [1682], An essay upon poetry (London: Printed for Joseph Hindmarsh [etc.], 1682) [SheffJ3,EssayUP].

Sheffield, John, 3rd Earl of Mulgrave, Marquis of Normanby, Duke of Buckingham and Normanby [1740], The Works of John Sheffield, Earl of Mulgrave, Marquis of Normanby, and Duke of Buckingham. In two volumes ... The third edition, Corrected (London: Printed for T. Wotton ... D. Browne [etc.], 1740) [SheffJ3,WorksOJ].

Shelley, Percy Bysshe [1887], The wandering jew. A Poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Edited by Bertram Dobell (London: Published for the Shelley Society by Reeves and Turner, 1887) [ShellPB,WandeJA].

Shelley, Percy Bysshe [1904], The Complete Poetical Works of Shelley including materials never before printed in any edition of the poems: Edited with textual notes by Thomas Hutchinson (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1904) [ShellPB,ComplPW].

Shenstone, William [1737], Poems upon Various Occasions. Written for the Entertainment of the author, And Printed for the Amusement Of a few friends, Prejudic'd in his Favour (Oxford: Printed by Leon. Lichfield [etc.], 1737) [ShensW,PoemsUV].

Shenstone, William [1773], The works, in verse and prose, of William Shenstone, Esq; In two volumes. With Decorations. The fourth edition (London: Printed by H. S. Woodfall, for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1773) [ShensW,WorksIV].

Shenstone, William [1788], Recollection of some particulars In the Life of the late William Shenstone, Esq. In a series of letters from an intimate friend of his (London: Printed for J. Dodsley [etc.], 1788) [ShensW,RecolOS].

Shepherd, Luke [1548], Antipus ([London]: , [1548?]) [ShephL,Antip].

Shepherd, Luke [1548], Doctour doubble ale (: , [1548?]) [ShephL,DoctoDA].

Shepherd, Luke [1548], John Bon and Mast Person ([London]: , [1548?]) [ShephL,JohnBAM].

Shepherd, Luke [1548], Pathose, or an inward passion of the pope for the losse of hys daughter the Masse (London: Imprinted ... by John Daye and Wylliam Seres, [1548]) [ShephL,PathoOA].

Shepherd, Luke [1548], Philogamus ([London?]: [W. Hill?], [1548?]) [ShephL,Philo].

Shepherd, Luke [1548], The upcheringe of the messe (London: Imprinted ... by John Daye and Willyam Seres, [1548?]) [ShephL,UpcheOT].

Shepherd, Luke [1549], A pore helpe ([London]: , [1549]) [ShephL,PoreH].

Sheppard, Samuel [1646], God and Mammon. Or, No fellowship betwixt light and darkness, the superstitious and True Worshipper. Also Authentick Reasons, and infallible Arguments, proving that those wicked Incendiaries that have been, and now are resident about the King, ought to suffer condigne punishment. As having been the Opposers of true Reformation, the Occasioners of the slaughtering of many thousands of Gods Children, fighting for His Cause, as also of the impoverishing His Majesties Honour, and the impoverishment of this Kingdome. By S. S. (London: , 1646) [SheppS,GodAMON].

Sheppard, Samuel [1646], The Yeare of Jubile: or, Englands releasment, Purchased by Gods immediate assistance, and powerfull aiding of Her renowmed Parliament and the Forces raised by them: Under the command of the Right Valiant, Prosperous, and pious Generall, Sir Thomas Fairfax. Being a Summarie of all the Atchievements, Victories, and remarkable procedings of the Armies aforesaid, from the late famous Battail of Nasby, fought Iune 14, 1645, to the late reducement of Oxford and Faringdon. Together with a true and perfect List of the Prisoners, Arms, and Ammunition, taken at each Fight, and in each Garison. And published at the desire of many Worthy persons of this Kingdom. By S. Sheppard (London: Printed for R. L., 1646) [SheppS,YeareOJ].

Sheppard, Samuel [1646], The times Displayed in six sestyads: The first A Presbyter, an Independent. The second An Anabaptist and a Brownist. The third An Antinomian and a Familist. The fourth A Libertine and an Arminian. The Fift A Protestant and eke a Papist. All these dispute in severall Tracts, and be Divulgers, as of Truth, so Fallacie. The sixt Apollo, grieves to see the Times So pester'd with Mechannicks lavish Rimes (London: Printed and are to be sold by J. P. [etc.], 1646) [SheppS,TimesDI].

Sheppard, Samuel [1650], The Loves of Amandus and Sophronia, Historically Narrated. A Piece of rare Contexture, Inriched with many pleasing Odes and Sonnets, occasioned by the Jocular, or Tragicall occurrences, hapning in the progresse of the Historie. Disposed into three Books, or Tracts by Samuel Sheppard (London: Printed by G. D. for Iohn Hardestie [etc.], 1650) [SheppS,LovesOA].

Sheppard, Samuel [1651], Epigrams theological, philosophical, and romantick. Six books, also the Socratic Session, or the Arraignment and Conviction, of Julius Scaliger, with other Select Poems. By S. Sheppard (London: Printed by G. D. for Thomas Bucknell [etc.], 1651) [SheppS,EpigrTP].

Sheppard, Samuel [1672], Fortunes Tennis - Ball: or, The Most Excellent History of Dorastus and Fawnia. Rendred in delightful English Verse, and worthy the perusal of all sorts of People. By S. S. (London: Printed by A. P. for Tho. Vere [etc.], 1672) [SheppS,FortuTB].

Sherburne, Sir Edward [1648], Seneca's Ansvver, to Lvcilivs: His Qvaere; Why Good Men suffer misfortunes seeing there is a Diuine Prouidence? Written Originally in Latine Prose, And Now Translated into English Verse, By E. S. (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1648) [SherbSE,SenecAT].

Sherburne, Sir Edward [1675], The Sphere of Marcus Manilius: Made an English Poem: with Annotations and an Astronomical Appendix. By Edward Sherburne (London: Printed by Nathanael Brooke [etc.], 1675) [SherbSE,SpherOM].

Sherburne, Sir Edward [1701], The Tragedies of L. Annaeus Seneca: The Philosopher. Medea, Phaedra and Hippolytus, and Troades, or the Royal Captives. Translated into English verse with Annotations. To which is Prefixed the Life and Death of Seneca the Philosopher; with a Vindication of the said Tragedies to Him, as their Proper Author. By Sir Edward Sherburne [etc.] (London: Printed for S. Smith and B. Walford [etc.], 1701) [SherbSE,TrageOL].

Sherburne, Sir Edward [1961], The poems and translations of Sir Edward Sherburne (1616 - 1702) excluding Seneca and Manilius Introduced and Annotated by F. J. Van Beeck (Assen: Van Gorcum, 1961) [SherbSE,PoemsAT].

Sheridan, Thomas [1720], Prologue Spoke at the Theatre - Royal in Behalf of the Poor Weavers of the City of Dublin, April, 1st. 1720 (Dublin: Printed by J. Carson, 1720) [SheriT,ProloSA].

Sheridan, Thomas [1721], The Blunderful Blunder of Blunders; Being an Answer to the Wonderful Wonder of Wonders. To which is added, A Prologue to Hyppolitus, spoken by a Boy of Six Years Old. By Dr. Sw*ft. Also Mr. Sheridan's Prologue, to the Greek Play of Phaedra and Hyppolitus; design'd to have been Spoken by a Boy of Six Years Old. The Second Edition (London: Printed from the Original Copies from Dublin, and Sold by T. Bickerton [etc.], 1721) [SheriT,BlundBO].

Sheridan, Thomas [1725], The Philoctetes of Sophocles. Translated from the Greek (Dublin: Printed by J. Hyde and E. Dobson, for R. Owen [etc.], 1725) [SheriT,PhiloOS].

Sheridan, Thomas [1725], To the Honourable Mr. D. T. Great Pattern of Piety, Charity, Learning, Humanity, good Nature, Wisdom, good Breeding, Affability, and one most eminently distinguished for his Conjugal Affection (Dublin: Printed by S. Harding [etc.], 1725) [SheriT,ToTHMDT].

Sheridan, Thomas [1726], A True and Faithful Inventory (1726) (In [C]adenus and Vanessa. A Poem. To which is added, A True and Faithful Inventory of the Goods belonging to Dr. Sw---t, Vicar of Lara Cor; upon lending his House to the Bishop of ---, till his own was built. By Dr. Sw---t. The Seventh Edition (London: Printed for N. Blandford ... and sold by J. Peele [etc.], 1726)) [SheriT,TrueAFI].

Sheridan, Thomas [1727], Tom Punsibi's letter to Dean Swift (: , 1727) [SheriT,TomPLTD].

Sheridan, Thomas [1728], To the Right Honourable The Lord Viscount Mont - Cassel: This Fable is most humbly Dedicated by a Person who had some share in his Education (Dublin: Printed by S. Harding [etc.], 1728) [SheriT,ToTRHTL].

Sheridan, Thomas [1729], An answere to the Christmas - Box. In defence of Doctor D---n---y. By R---t B---r (Dublin: , [1729]) [SheriT,AnsweTT].

Sheridan, Thomas [1748], The Simile: or, Woman: a Cloud. A Poem (London: Printed for W. Owen [etc.], 1748) [SheriT,SimilOW].

Shipman, Thomas [1683], Carolina: or, Loyal Poems. By Tho. Shipman (London: Printed for Samuel Heyrick ... and William Brook [etc.], 1683) [ShipmT,CarolOL].

Shirley, James [1646], Poems &c. By James Shirley (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1646) [ShirlJ,PoemsAB].

Shirley, James [1921], To the King [etc.] (1921) (In A little Ark containing sundry pieces of seventeenth - century verse collected and edited by G. Thorn - Drury (London: P. J. & A. E. Dobell, 1921)) [ShirlJ,ToTKE1].

Shore, Louisa Catherine [1855], War Lyrics, dedicated to the friends of the dead. By A. and L. Shore. Second edition, with additions (London: Saunders and Otley, 1855) [ShoreLC,WarLDTT].

Shore, Louisa Catherine [1870], Fra Dolcino, and other poems. By A. and L. [Arabella and Louisa Shore] (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1870) [ShoreLC,FraDAOP].

Shore, Louisa Catherine [1890], Elegies and memorials. By A. and L. (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, & Co., 1890) [ShoreLC,ElegiAM].

Shoreham, William of [1902], The poems of William of Shoreham ... Re - edited from the unique manuscript in the British Museum by M. Konrath (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1902) [ShoreWO,PoemsOW].

Sidney, Sir Philip [1912], The Complete Works of Sir Philip Sidney: In Three Volumes (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1912) [SidneSP,ComplWO].

Sigerson, Dora [1893], Verses: By Dora Sigerson (London: Elliot Stock, 1893) [SigerD,VerseBD].

Sigerson, Dora [1898], The fairy changeling and other poems: By Dora Sigerson (Mrs. Clement Shorter) (London; New York: John Lane: The Bodley Head, 1898) [SigerD,FairyCA].

Sigerson, Dora [1899], Ballads & Poems: By Dora Sigerson (Mrs. Clement Shorter) (London: James Bowden, 1899) [SigerD,BallaAP].

Sigerson, Dora [1907], The Collected Poems of Dora Sigerson Shorter. With an Introduction by George Meredith (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1907) [SigerD,CollePO].

Sigerson, Dora [1910], The Troubadour and Other Poems: By Dora Sigerson Shorter (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1910) [SigerD,TroubAO].

Sigerson, Dora [1913], Madge Linsey and other poems: Dora Sigerson Shorter (Dublin; London: Maunsel & Company, 1913) [SigerD,MadgeLA].

Sigerson, Dora [1916], Love of Ireland: Poems and ballads: By Dora Sigerson (Mrs Clement Shorter) (Dublin; London: Maunsel And Co., 1916) [SigerD,LoveOIP].

Sigerson, Dora [1918], The sad years: by Dora Sigerson (Mrs. Clement Shorter) (London: Constable and Company, 1918) [SigerD,SadYBDS].

Sigerson, Dora [1919], Sixteen dead men and other poems of Easter Week: by Dora Sigerson Shorter (New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1919) [SigerD,SixteDM].

Sigerson, Dora [1921], New Poems: Dora Sigerson Shorter. Third edition (Dublin; London: Maunsel & Roberts, 1921) [SigerD,NewPDSS].

Sigerson, Dora [1922], The Tricolour: Poems of the Irish Revolution: By Dora Sigerson Shorter (Dublin: Maunsel and Roberts, 1922) [SigerD,TricoPO].

Sigerson, George [1927], Songs and Poems by George Sigerson. With an Introduction by Padraic Colum (Dublin: James Duffy & Co., Ltd, 1927) [SigerG,SongsAP].

Simcox, George Augustus [1867], Prometheus Unbound. A Tragedy, by George Augustus Simcox (London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1867) [SimcoGA,PromeUA].

Simcox, George Augustus [1869], Poems and Romances. By George Augustus Simcox (London: Strahan and Co., 1869) [SimcoGA,PoemsAR].

Skelton, John [1589], A Skeltonicall Salvtation, or Condigne Gratvlation, and Ivst Vexation of the Spanishe Nation, that in a Bravado, Spent many a Crvsado, in Setting Forth an Armado England to Invado (Oxford: Printed ... by Ioseph Barnes [etc.], 1589) [SkeltJ,SkeltSO].

Skelton, John [1856], The Poetical Works of John Skelton: principally according to the edition of the Rev. Alexander Dyce. In three volumes (Boston; Cincinnati: Little, Brown and Company; Shepard, Clark and Co.; Moore, Wilstach, Keys and Co., 1856) [SkeltJ,PoetiWO].

Skinner, Rev. John [1859], Songs and poems, by the Rev. John Skinner. With a sketch of his life, by H. G. Reid (Peterhead; Edinburgh: William L. Taylor; Oliver & Boyd, 1859) [SkinnRJ,SongsAP].

Skipsey, Joseph [1892], Songs and Lyrics. By Joseph Skipsey. Collected and Revised (London: Walter Scott, 1892) [SkipsJ,SongsAL].

Sladen, Douglas Brooke Wheelton [1882], Frithjof and Ingeborg and Other Poems: By Douglas B. W. Sladen (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1882) [SladeDB,FrithAI].

Sladen, Douglas Brooke Wheelton [1883], Australian Lyrics &c. By Douglas B. W. Sladen (Melbourne: George Robertson, 1883) [SladeDB,AustrLA].

Sladen, Douglas Brooke Wheelton [1884], A Summer Christmas and a Sonnet upon The S.S. "Ballaarat.". By Douglas B. W. Sladen (London; New York: Griffith, Farran, Okeden, & Welsh, 1884) [SladeDB,SummeCA].

Sladen, Douglas Brooke Wheelton [1885], A Poetry of Exiles. By Douglas B. W. Sladen: An Australian colonist: Second edition, revised (London: Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh, 1885) [SladeDB,PoetrOE].

Sladen, Douglas Brooke Wheelton [1885], In Cornwall and Across the Sea: With Poems Written in Devonshire. By Douglas B. W. Sladen (London: Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh, 1885) [SladeDB,InCAATS].

Sladen, Douglas Brooke Wheelton [1888], A Ballad for the Tercentenary of The Spanish Armada. July 1888. By Douglas B. W. Sladen (Penzance: Alverton Press, 1888) [SladeDB,BallaFT].

Sladen, Douglas Brooke Wheelton [1890], Lester the Loyalist: A Romance of the Founding of Canada. By Douglas Sladen (Tokio: The Hakubunsha, 1890) [SladeDB,LesteTL].

Slater, Samuel [1653], Epithalamium, or Solomons Song: Together with the Songs of Moses, Exod. 15 & Deut. 32. ... Digested into a known and familiar meeter, by Samuel Slater (London: Printed by J. Moxon, for William Luggar [etc.], 1653) [SlateS,EpithOS].

Slater, Samuel [1679], [Poems in two Parts] ([London]: , [1679]) [SlateS,PoemsIT].

Slater, Samuel [1688], A Rhetoricall Rapture as composed into a funeral oration At the Mournfull Moving of His Highnes Stately Effigies from Somerset - House. By Mr. Slater (London: To be sold by Isaac Pridmore, [1688]) [SlateS,RhetoRA].

Smallwood, John [1704], A Congratulatory Poem To His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, on His Glorious Success and Victories over the French and Bavarians (: , 1704) [SmallJ,CongrPT].

Smart, Christopher [1748], Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis de reditu serenissimi regis Georgii II. Post pacem & libertatem Europae feliciter restitutam anno m.dcc.xlviii (Cambridge: J. Bentham, 1748) [SmartC,GratuAC].

Smart, Christopher [1751], A solemn dirge, Sacred to the Memory of His Royal Highness Frederic Prince of Wales, As it was Sung by Mr Lowe, Miss Burchell, and others, at Vaux - hall. Written by Mr Smart. The Music compos'd By Mr Worgan (London: Printed for T. Carnan, at Mr Newbery's [etc.], 1751) [SmartC,SolemDS].

Smart, Christopher [1763], A song to David. By Christopher Smart (London: Printed for the Author; and Sold by Mr. Fletcher ... And by all the Booksellers in Town and Country, 1763) [SmartC,SongTDB].

Smart, Christopher [1763], Poems By Mr. Smart. Viz Reason and Imagination a Fable. Ode to Admiral Sir George Pocock. Ode to General Draper. An Epistle to John Sherratt, Esq. (London: Printed for the author and sold by Mr. Fletcher ... and Mr. Laurence [etc.], [1763]) [SmartC,PoemsBM].

Smart, Christopher [1763], Poems on several Occasions. Viz. Munificence and Modesty. Female Dignity. To Lady Huffy Delaval. Verses from Catullus, after Dining with Mr. Murray. EPITAPHS. On the Dutchess of Cleveland. On Henry Fielding, Esq. On the Rev. James Sheeles. Epitaph from Demosthenes. By Mr. Smart (London: Printed for the Author, and sold by Mr. Fletcher and Co.[etc.], [1763]) [SmartC,PoemsOS].

Smart, Christopher [1764], Hannah. An oratorio. Written by Mr. Smart. The Musick composed by Mr. Worgan. As Perform'd at the King's Theatre in the Haymart (London: Printed for J. and R. Tonson [etc.], [1764]) [SmartC,HannaAO].

Smart, Christopher [1764], Ode To the Right Honourable the Earl of Northumberland, On his being appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Presented on the birth - day of Lord Warkworth. With some other Pieces. By Christopher Smart (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ... and Sold by J. Wilkie [etc.], 1764) [SmartC,OdeTTRH].

Smart, Christopher [1765], A Poetical Translation Of The Fables of Phaedrus, With The Appendix of Gudius, And an accurate Edition of the Original on the opposite Page. To which is added, A Parsing Index For the Use of Learners. By Christopher Smart (London: Printed for J. Dodsley ... and sold by J. Wilkie and T. Merrill [etc.], 1765) [SmartC,PoetiTO].

Smart, Christopher [1765], A translation of the psalms of David, attempted in the Spirit of Christianity, and adapted to the divine service. By Christopher Smart (London; Cambridge: Printed by Dryden Leach, for the Author; and sold by C. Bathurst ... and W. Flexney [etc.]; and T. Merril, 1765) [SmartC,TransOT].

Smart, Christopher [1767], The works of Horace, translated into verse. With a prose interpretation, for the help of students. And occasional notes. By Christopher Smart ... In four volumes (London: Printed for W. Flexney ... Mess. Johnson and Co. ... and T. Caslon [etc.], 1767) [SmartC,WorksOH].

Smart, Christopher [1768], The parables of our lord and saviour Jesus Christ. Done into familiar verse, with occasional applications, for the use and improvement of younger minds. By Christopher Smart (London: Printed for W. Owen [etc.], 1768) [SmartC,ParabOO].

Smart, Christopher [1772], Abimelech, an oratorio. As it is performed at the theatre - royal in Covent - Garden. The Music by Mr. Arnold (London: , 1772) [SmartC,AbimeAO].

Smart, Christopher [1772], Hymns, for the Amusement of Children. Embellished with Cuts (Dublin: Printed for W. Sleater and J. Williams, 1772) [SmartC,HymnsFT].

Smart, Christopher [1791], The poems of the late Christopher Smart ... consisting of his prize poems, odes, sonnets, and fables, Latin and English translations: together with many original compositions, Not included in the Quarto Edition. To which is prefixed, An Account of his life and writings, Never before published. In two volumes (Reading; London: Printed and sold by Smart and Cowslade; and sold by F. Power and Co. [etc.], 1791) [SmartC,PoemsOT].

Smart, Christopher [1990], Christopher Smart: Selected Poems: Edited by Karina Williamson and Marcus Walsh (London: Penguin Books, 1990) [SmartC,ChrisSS].

Smedley, Jonathan [1724], A petition to His G ------ e the D ------ e of G ------ n (Dublin: , 1724) [SmedlJ,PetitTH].

Smedley, Jonathan [1725], A Christmas Invitation to the Lord Carteret (Dublin: , 1725) [SmedlJ,ChrisIT].

Smedley, Jonathan [1725], A Satyr. Canit, ante Victoriam Triumphum (London: , 1725) [SmedlJ,SatyrCA].

Smedley, Jonathan [1728], Gulliveriana: or, a fourth volume of miscellanies. Being a Sequel of the Three Volumes published by Pope and Swift. To which is added, Alexanderiana; or, A Comparison between the Ecclesiastical and Poetical Pope. And many Things, in Verse and Prose, relating to the latter. With an ample Preface; and a Critique on the Third Volume of Miscellanies lately publish'd by those two facetious Writers (London: Printed for J. Roberts [etc.], 1728) [SmedlJ,GulliOA].

Smedley, Jonathan [1728], The Metamorphosis: A Poem. Shewing The Change of Scriblerus into Snarlerus: Or, The Canine Appetite: Demonstrated in the Persons of P*p*e and Sw---t (London: Printed for A. Moore, 1728) [SmedlJ,MetamAP].

Smedley, Jonathan [1730], Poems on Several Occasions. By Jonathan Smedley (London: , 1730) [SmedlJ,PoemsOS].

Smedley, Menella Bute [1856], Lays and Ballads from Ancient History etc. By S. M. (London: Iames Burns, [1856]) [SmedlMB,LaysABF].

Smedley, Menella Bute [1863], The story of Queen Isabel and other verses. By M. S. (London: Bell and Daldy, 1863) [SmedlMB,StoryOQ].

Smedley, Menella Bute [1868], Poems written for a child: By two friends [M. B. Smedley and E. A. Hart] (London: Strahan & Co., 1868) [SmedlMB,PoemsWF].

Smedley, Menella Bute [1868], Poems: By Menella Bute Smedley (London: Strahan, 1868) [SmedlMB,PoemsBM].

Smedley, Menella Bute [1869], Child - World: By the authors of "Poems written for a child" (London: Strahan and Co., 1869) [SmedlMB,ChildWB].

Smedley, Menella Bute [1874], Two dramatic poems by Menella Bute Smedley (London: Macmillan, 1874) [SmedlMB,TwoDPBM].

Smetham, James [1892], Letters of James Smetham with an Introductory Memoir. Edited by Sarah Smetham and William Davies: With a Portrait (London; New York: Macmillan, 1892) [SmethJ,LetteOJ].

Smetham, James [1893], The Literary Works of James Smetham. Edited by William Davies (London; New York: Macmillan, 1893) [SmethJ,LiterWO].

Smith, Alexander [1855], Sonnets on the War. By Alexander Smith and By the Author of "Balder" and "The Roman" [S. T. Dobell] (London: David Bogue, 1855) [SmithA,SonneOT].

Smith, Alexander [1856], Poems: By Alexander Smith. Fourth Edition (London: David Bogue, 1856) [SmithA,PoemsBA].

Smith, Alexander [1857], City Poems. By Alexander Smith (Cambridge: Macmillan and Co., 1857) [SmithA,CityPBA].

Smith, Alexander [1861], Edwin of Deira: By Alexander Smith (Cambridge; London: Macmillan and Co., 1861) [SmithA,EdwinOD].

Smith, Alexander [1868], Last Leaves: Sketches and Criticisms. By Alexander Smith ... Edited, with a Memoir by Patrick Proctor Alexander (Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo, 1868) [SmithA,LastLSA].

Smith, Charlotte [1793], The emigrants, a poem, in two books. By Charlotte Smith (London: Printed for T. Cadell [etc.], 1793) [SmithC,EmigrAP].

Smith, Charlotte [1797], Elegiac sonnets, and other poems, by Charlotte Smith ... The eighth edition (London: Printed for T. Cadell, junior, and W. Davies [etc.], 1797 - 1800) [SmithC,ElegiSA].

Smith, Charlotte [1804], Conversations introducing poetry: chiefly on subjects of natural history. For the use of children and young persons. By Charlotte Smith. (London: Printed for J. Johnson [etc.], 1804) [SmithC,ConveIP].

Smith, Charlotte [1807], Beachy Head: with other poems, By Charlotte Smith. Now first published (London: Printed for the author; and sold by J. Johnson [etc.], 1807) [SmithC,BeachHW].

Smith, Charlotte [1809], The Peacock at Home; and Other Poems. By Mrs. Dorset (London: Printed for John Murray ... J. Harris ... and Manners and Miller [etc.], 1809) [SmithC,PeacoAH].

Smith, Edmund [1729], The Works of Mr. Edmund Smith, To which is prefix'd, A Character of Mr. Smith, By Mr. Oldisworth. Corrected and Inlarged by Dr. Adams ... The Fourth Edition (London: Printed for Bernard Lintot [etc.], 1729) [SmithE,WorksOM].

Smith, Horatio [1813], Horace in London: Consisting of imitations of the first two books of the odes of Horace. By the authors of the rejected addresses, or the new theatrum poetarum [Horace and James Smith] (London: Printed for John Miller ... and John Ballantyne and Co. [etc.], 1813) [SmithH,HoracIL].

Smith, Horatio [1846], The Poetical Works of Horace Smith. Now First Collected. In Two Volumes (London: Henry Colburn, 1846) [SmithH,PoetiWO].

Smith, James [1840], Memoirs, Letters, and Comic Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, of the late James Smith ... Edited by his Brother, Horace Smith ... In Two Volumes (London: Henry Colburn, 1840) [SmithJ,MemoiLA].

Smith, John [1713], Poems upon several Occasions. By Mr. Smith (London: H. Clements, 1713) [SmithJ,PoemsUS].

Smith, Sir Thomas [1963], Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis: Stockholm Studies in English XII: Sir Thomas Smith: Literary and Linguistic Works [1542. 1549. 1568] Part I: Certaigne psalmes or songues of David: translated into Englishe meter by Sir Thomas Smith, Knight, then Prisoner in the Tower of London, with other prayers and songues by him made to pas the tyme there. 1549 ... By Bror Danielsson (Göteborg; Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1963) [SmithST,ActaUSS].

Smith, Walter Chalmers [1902], The Poetical Works of Walter C. Smith ... Revised by the Author: Coll. ed. (London: J. M. Dent, 1902) [SmithWC,PoetiWO].

Smith, Walter [1573], XII mery Iests, of the wyddow Edyth (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Johnes, 1573) [SmithW,XiiMIOT].

Smith, William [1970], The Poems of William Smith: Edited by Lawrence A. Sasek (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1970) [SmithW,PoemsOW].

Solomon and Marcolphus [1529], The sayinges or proverbes of King Salomon / with the answers of Marcolphus / traslated out of frenche into englysshe (London: Imprinted ... by Rycharde Pynson, [1529?]) [SolomAM,SayinOP].

Somervile, William [1727], Occasional Poems, Translations, Fables, Tales, &c. By William Somervile (London: Printed for Bernard Lintot [etc.], 1727) [SomerW,OccasPT].

Somervile, William [1740], Hobbinol, or the Rural Games. A Burlesque Poem, In Blank Verse. By William Somervile ... The Third Edition (London: Printed for J. Stagg [etc.], 1740) [SomerW,HobbiOT].

Somervile, William [1742], Field - Sports. A poem. Humbly address'd To His Royal Highness the Prince. By William Somervile (Dublin: Printed by S. Powell, For George Ewing [etc.], 1742) [SomerW,FieldSA].

Somervile, William [1749], The Chace. A Poem. To which is added, Hebbinol, or the Rural Games: A Burlesque Poem, in Blank verse. By William Somerville; The Fourth Edition (London: Printed for G. Hawkins, and sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1749) [SomerW,ChaceAP].

Songbooks [1562], [Miscellaneous:] The Whole Booke of Psalmes, collected into Englysh metre by T. Starnhold I. Hopkins & others: conferred with the Ebrue, with apt Notes to synge the withal (London: Imprinted ... by John Day [etc.], 1562) [Songb,MisceTW].

Songbooks [1588], [Byrd, William:] Superius. Psalmes, Sonets, & Songs of sadnes and pietie, made into Musicke of fiue parts: whereof, some of them going abroad among diuers, in untrue coppies, are heere truely corrected, and th'other being Songs very rare & newly composed, are heere published, for the recreation of all such as delight in Musick: By William Byrd (London: Printed by Thomas East [etc.], 1588) [Songb,ByrdWSP].

Songbooks [1588], [Yonge, Nicholas:] Mvsica transalpina. Madrigales translated out of foure, fiue and sixe partes, chosen out of diuers excellent Authors, vvith the first and second part of La Verginella, made by Maister Byrd, vpon tvvo Stanza's of Ariosto, and brought to speake English vvith the rest. Published by N. Yonge, in fauour of such as take pleasure in Musicke of voices (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas East [etc.], 1588) [Songb,YongeNM].

Songbooks [1589], [Byrd, William:] Songs of sundrie natures, some of grauitie, and others of myrth, fit for all companies and voyces. Lately made and composed into Musicke of 3. 4. 5. and 6. parts: and published for the delight of all such as take pleasure in the exercise of that Art. By VVilliam Byrd (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas East [etc.], 1589) [Songb,ByrdWSO].

Songbooks [1594], [Morley, Thomas:] Madrigalls to foure voyces newly pvblished by Thomas Morley. The first booke (London: By Thomas Est [etc.], 1594) [Songb,MorleTM].

Songbooks [1594], [Mundy, John:] Songs and Psalmes composed into 3. 4. and 5. parts, for the vse and delight of all such as either loue or learne Mvsicke: By John Mundy (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Est [etc.], 1594) [Songb,MundyJS].

Songbooks [1595], [Morley, Thomas:] Of Thomas Morley: The first booke of canzonets to two voyces (London: By Thomas Este, 1595) [Songb,MorleTO].

Songbooks [1595], [Morley, Thomas:] The first booke of balletts to five voyces (London: By Thomas Este, 1595) [Songb,MorleTT].

Songbooks [1596], A nevv Booke of Tabliture, Containing sundrie easie and familiar Instructions, shevving hovve to attaine to the knovvledge, to guide and dispose thy hand to play on sundry Instruments, as the Lute, Orpharion, and Bandora: Together vvith diuers nevv Lessons to each of these Instruments. VVhereunto is added an introduction to Prickesong, and certaine familliar rules of Descant, with other necessarie Tables plainely shewing the true use of the Scale or Gamut, and also how to set any Lesson higher or lower at your pleasure. Collected together out of the best Authors professing the practice of these Instruments (London: Printed ... for William Barley [etc.], 1596) [Songb,NevvBOT].

Songbooks [1597], [Dowland, John:] The firste booke of Songes or Ayres of fowre partes with Tableture for the Lute: So made that all the partes together, or either of them seuerally may be song to the Lute, Orpherian or Viol de gambo. Composed by John Dowland ... Also an inuention by the sayd Author for two to playe vpon one Lute (London: Printed by Peter Short [etc.], 1597) [Songb,DowlaJT].

Songbooks [1597], [Holborne, William:] The cittharn schoole, by Antony Holborne: Hereunto are added sixe short Aers Neapolitan like to three voyces, without the Instrument: done by his brother William Holborne (London: Printed by Peter Short, 1597) [Songb,HolboWT].

Songbooks [1597], [Morley, Thomas:] A plaine and easie introdvction to practicall mvsicke, set downe in forme of a dialogue: Deuided into three partes ... With new songs 1. 2. 3. 4. and 5. parts. By Thomas Morley (London: Imprinted ... by Peter Short [etc.], 1597) [Songb,MorleTA].

Songbooks [1597], [Morley, Thomas:] Canzonets or litle short aers to five and sixe voices by Thomas Morley (London: Printed by Peter Short [etc.], 1597) [Songb,MorleTC].

Songbooks [1597], [Morley, Thomas:] Canzonets. Or little short songs to foure uoyces: celected ovt of the best and approued Italian Authors. By Thomas Morley (London: Imprinted ... by Peter Short [etc.], 1597) [Songb,MorleTC].

Songbooks [1597], [Morley, Thomas:] Canzonets. Or little short songs to foure voyces: celected ovt of the best and approued Italian Authors. By Thomas Morley (London: Imprinted ... by Peter Short [etc.], 1597) [Songb,MorleTC].

Songbooks [1597], [Weelkes, Thomas:] Madrigals to 3. 4. 5. & 6. voyces. Made & newly published: By Thomas Weelkes (London: Printed by Thomas Este, 1597) [Songb,WeelkTM].

Songbooks [1597], [Yonge, Nicholas:] Mvsica transalpina. The second booke of Madrigalles, to 5. & 6. voices: translated out of sundrie Italian Authors & newly published by Nicolas Yonge (London: Printed by Thomas Este, 1597) [Songb,YongeNM].

Songbooks [1598], [Cavendish, Michael:] 14. Ayres in Tabletorie to the Lute expressed with two voyces and the base Violl or the voice & Lute only. 6. more to 4. voyces and in Tabletorie. And 8. madrigalles to 5. voyces. By Michaell Cavendish (London: Printed by Peter Short [etc.], 1598) [Songb,CavenM1].

Songbooks [1598], [Farnaby, Giles:] Canzonets To Fowre Voyces. With a Song of eight parts. Compiled by Giles Farnaby (London: Printed by Peter Short [etc.], 1598) [Songb,FarnaGC].

Songbooks [1598], [Morley, Thomas:] Madrigals to fiue voyces. Celected out of the best approued Italian Authors. By Thomas Morley (London: Printed by Thomas Este, 1598) [Songb,MorleTM].

Songbooks [1598], [Weelkes, Thomas:] Balletts and madrigals to fiue voyces, vvith one to 6. voyces: newly published by Thomas Weelkes (London: Printed by Thomas Este, 1598) [Songb,WeelkTB].

Songbooks [1598], [Wilbye, John:] The first set of English Madrigals to 3. 4. 5. and 6. voices: Newly Composed by Iohn Wilbye (London: Printed by Thomas Este, 1598) [Songb,WilbyJT].

Songbooks [1599], [Bennet, John:] Madrigalls to fovre voyces: Newly pvblished by Iohn Bennet: His first works (London: Printed ... by William Barley [etc.], 1599) [Songb,BenneJM].

Songbooks [1599], [Farmer, John:] The first set of English Madrigals: To Foure Voices: Newly composed by Iohn Farmer (London: Printed ... by William Barley [etc.], 1599) [Songb,FarmeJT].

Songbooks [1600], [Dowland, John:] The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres, of 2. 4. and 5. parts: With Tableture for the Lute or Orpherian, with the Violl de Gamba. Composed by Iohn Dovvland ... Also an excelent lesson for the Lute and Base Viol, called Dowlands adew (London: Published by George Eastland [etc.], 1600) [Songb,DowlaJT].

Songbooks [1600], [Jones, Robert:] The first booke of songs & ayres of foure parts with Tableture for the Lute. So made that all the parts together, or either of them severally may be song to the Lute, Orpherian or Viol de Gambo. Composed by Robert Iones (London: Printed by Peter Short with the assent of Thomas Morley [etc.], 1600) [Songb,JonesRT].

Songbooks [1600], [Weelkes, Thomas:] Madrigals of 5. and 6. parts, apt for the Viols and voices. Made & newly published By Thomas Weelkes (London: Printed by Thomas Este [etc.], 1600) [Songb,WeelkTM].

Songbooks [1601], [Carlton, Richard:] Madrigals to Fiue voyces: Newly published by Richard Carlton (London: Printed by Thomas Morley [etc.], 1601) [Songb,CarltRM].

Songbooks [1601], [Jones, Robert:] The first and the second booke of songs and ayres, Set out to the Lute, the base Violl the playne way, or the Base by tableture after the leero fashion: Composed by Robert Iones (: Printed by P. S. for Mathew Selman by the assent of Thomas Morley [etc.], 1601) [Songb,JonesRT].

Songbooks [1601], [Morley, Thomas:] Madrigales: The Triumphes of Oriana, to 5. and 6. voices: Composed by diuers seuerall aucthors. Newly published by Thomas Morley (London: Printed by Thomas Este, the assigne of Thomas Morley, 1601) [Songb,MorleTM].

Songbooks [1602], [Davison, Francis:] A Poetical Rapsody: Containing, Diuerse Sonnets, Odes, Elegies, Madrigalls, and other Poesies, both in Rime, and Measured Verse. Neuer yet published (London: Printed ... by V. S. for Iohn Baily [etc.], 1602) [Songb,DavisFA].

Songbooks [1602], [Morley, Thomas:] Canzonets. Or little short songs to three voyces: published by Thomas Morley ... Now newly imprinted with some Songs added by the avthor (London: Printed by Thomas Este [etc.], 1602) [Songb,MorleTC].

Songbooks [1603], [Dowland, John:] The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires. Newly composed to sing to the Lute, Orpharion, or viols, and a dialogue for a base and meane Lute with fiue voices to sing thereto. By Iohn Dowland (London: Printed ... by P. S. for Thomas Adams [etc.], 1603) [Songb,DowlaJT].

Songbooks [1604], [Bateson, Thomas:] The first set of English madrigales: to 3. 4. 5. and 6. voices. Newly composed by Thomas Bateson (London: Printed by Thomas Este, 1604) [Songb,BatesTT].

Songbooks [1604], [East, Michael:] Madrigales to 3. 4. and 5. parts: apt for Viols and voices. Newly composed by Michaell Este (London: Printed by Thomas Este, 1604) [Songb,EastMMT].

Songbooks [1604], [Greaves, Thomas:] Songes of sundrie kindes: First, Aires To Be Svng To the Lute, and Base Violl. Next, Songes of sadnesse, for the Viols and Voyce. Lastly, Madrigalles, for fiue voyces. Newly Composed and published, by Thomas Greaves (London: Imprinted by Iohn Windet [etc.], 1604) [Songb,GreavTS].

Songbooks [1605], [Hume, Tobias:] The First Part of Ayres, French, Pollish, and others together, some in Tabliture, and some in Pricke - Song. With Pauines, Galliards, and Almaines for the Viole De Gambo alone, and other Musicall Conceites for two Base Viols, expressing fiue partes, with pleasant reportes one from the other, and for two Leero Viols, and also for the Leero Viole with two Treble Viols, or two with one Treble. Lastly for the Leero Viole to play alone, and some Songes to bee sung to the Viole, with the Lute, or better with the Viole alone. Also an Inuention for two to play vpon one Viole. Composed by Tobias Hvme (London: Printed by Iohn Windet [etc.], 1605) [Songb,HumeTTF].

Songbooks [1605], [Jones, Robert:] Vltimvm Vale, with a triplicity of Musicke, Whereof The first part is for the Lute, the Voyce, and the Viole Degambo, The 2. part is for the Lute, the Viole, and foure partes to sing, The third part is for two Trebles, to sing either to the Lute, or the Viole or to both, if any please. Composed by Robert Iones (London: Printed ... by Iohn Windet, and are to be sold by Simon Waterson [etc.], 1605) [Songb,JonesRV].

Songbooks [1605], [Pilkington, Francis:] The first booke of Songs or Ayres of 4. parts: vvith Tableture for the Lute or Orpherian, with the Violl de Gamba. Newly composed by Francis Pilkington (London: Printed by T. Este [etc.], 1605) [Songb,PilkiFT].

Songbooks [1606], [Alison, Richard:] An howres recreation in Musicke, apt for Instrumentes and voyces. Framed for the delight of Gentlemen and others which are wel affected to that qualitie, All for the most part with two trebles, necessarie for such as teach in priuate families, with a prayer for the long preseruation of the King and his posteritie, and a thankesgiuing for the deliuerance of the whole estate from the late conspiracie. By Richard Alison (London: Printed by Iohn Windet the Assigne of William Barley [etc.], 1606) [Songb,AlisoRA].

Songbooks [1606], [Bartlet, John:] A booke of ayres VVith a Triplicitie of Mvsicke, whereof the first Part is for the Lute or Orpharion and the Viole de Gambo, and 4. Partes to sing, The second part is for 2. Trebles to sing to the Lute and Viole, the third part is for the Lute and one Voyce, and the Viole de Gambo. Composed by Iohn Bartlet (London: Printed by Iohn VVindet, 1606) [Songb,BartlJA].

Songbooks [1606], [Cooper, John:] Fvneral Teares. For the death of the Right Honorable the Earle of Deuonshire. Figvred In seauen songes, whereof sixe are so set forth that the wordes may be exprest by a treble voice alone to the Lute and Base Viole, or else that the meane part may bee added, if any shall affect more finnesse of parts. The Seaventh Is made in forme of a Dialogue, and cannot be sung without two voyces, Inuented by Iohn Coprario (London: Printed by Iohn VVindet ... for Iohn Browne [etc.], 1606) [Songb,CoopeJF].

Songbooks [1606], [Danyel, John:] Songs For The Lvte Viol and Voice: Composed by I. Danyel (London: Printed by T. E. for Thomas Adams [etc.], 1606) [Songb,DanyeJS].

Songbooks [1606], [East, Michael:] The Second set of Madrigales to 3. 4. and 5. parts: apt for Viols and voices. Newly composed by Michael Est (London: Printed by Iohn Windet [etc.], 1606) [Songb,EastMTS].

Songbooks [1607], [Ford, Thomas:] Mvsicke Of Svndrie kindes, Set forth in two Bookes. The First Whereof Are, Aries for 4. Voices to the Lute, Orphorion, or Basse - Viol, with a Dialogue for two Voices, and two Basse Viols in parts, tunde the Lute way. The Second Are Pauens, Galiards, Almaines, Toies, Iigges, Thumpes and such like, for two Basse - Viols, the Lieraway, so made as the greatest number may serue to play alone, very easie to be performde. Composed by Thomas Ford (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Windet ... and are to be sold by Iohn Brovvne, 1607) [Songb,FordTMO].

Songbooks [1607], [Hume, Tobias:] Captaine Hvmes Poeticall Musicke. Principally made for two Basse - Viols, yet so contriued, that it may be plaied 8. seuerall waies upon sundry Instruments with much facilitie ... Composed by Tobias Hume (London: Printed by Iohn Windet, 1607) [Songb,HumeTCH].

Songbooks [1607], [Jones, Robert:] The first set of Madrigals of 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Parts, for Viols and Voices, or for Voices alone, or as you please. Composed by Robert Iones (London: Imprinted by Iohn Windet, 1607) [Songb,JonesRT].

Songbooks [1608], [Weelkes, Thomas:] Ayeres or Phantasticke Spirites for three voices, Made and newly published by Thomas Weelkes (London: Printed by William Barley [etc.], 1608) [Songb,WeelkTA].

Songbooks [1608], [Youll, Henry:] Canzonets to three voyces: newly composed by Henry Youll (London: Printed by Thomas Este [etc.], 1608) [Songb,YoullHC].

Songbooks [1609], [Ferrabosco, Alfonso:] Ayres: By Alfonso Ferrabosco (London: Printed by T. Snodham, for Iohn Brovvne [etc.], 1609) [Songb,FerraAA].

Songbooks [1609], [Jones, Robert:] A Mvsicall Dreame. Or The Fovrth Booke Of Ayres, The First part is for the Lute, two Voyces, and the Viole de Gambo; The Second part is for the Lute, the Viole and foure Voices to Sing: The Third part is for one Voyce alone, or to the Lute, the Basse Viole, or to both if you please, VVhereof, two are Italian Ayres. Composed by Robert Iones (London: Imprinted by the Assignes of William Barley [etc.], 1609) [Songb,JonesRA].

Songbooks [1609], [Ravenscroft, Thomas:] Deuteromelia: Or The Second part of Musicks melodie, or melodius Musicke. Of Pleasant Roundelaies; K. H. mirth, or Freemens Songs. And such delightfull Catches (London: Printed for Thomas Adams [etc.], 1609) [Songb,RavenTD].

Songbooks [1609], [Ravenscroft, Thomas:] Pammelia. Mvsicks Miscellanie. Or, Mixed Varietie of Pleasant Roundelayes, and delightfull Catches, of 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Parts in one (London: Printed by William Barley, for R. B. and H. W. [etc.], 1609) [Songb,RavenTP].

Songbooks [1609], [Robinson, Thomas:] New Citharen Lessons, With perfect Tunings of the same, from Foure course of Strings to Fourteene course, euen to trie the sharpest teeth of Enuie, with Lessons of all sortes, and methodicall Instructions for all Professors and Practitioners of the Citharen. By Thomas Robinson (London: Printed by William Barley [etc.], 1609) [Songb,RobinTN].

Songbooks [1609], [Wilbye, John:] The second set of madrigales to 3. 4. 5. and 6. parts, apt both for Voyals and Voyces. Newly composed by Iohn Wilbye (London: Printed by Tho. Este, alias Snodham, for Iohn Browne [etc.], 1609) [Songb,WilbyJT].

Songbooks [1610], [Dowland, Robert:] A mvsicall banqvet. Furnished with varietie of delicious Ayres, Collected out of the best Authors in English, French, Spanish and Italian. By Robert Dowland (London: Printed for Thomas Adams, 1610) [Songb,DowlaRA].

Songbooks [1610], [East, Michael:] The third set of bookes: VVherein are Pastorals, Anthemes, Neopolitanes, Fancies, and Madrigales, to 5. and 6. parts: Apt both for Viols and Voyces. Newly composed by Michaell Easte (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham, 1610) [Songb,EastMTT].

Songbooks [1610], [Jones, Robert:] The Muses Gardin for Delights, Or the fift Booke of Ayres, onely for the Lute, the Base - vyoll, and the Voyce. Composed by Robert Iones (London: Printed by the Assignes of William Barley, 1610) [Songb,JonesRT].

Songbooks [1611], [Byrd, William:] Psalmes, Songs, and Sonnets: some solemne, others ioyfull, framed to the life of the Words: Fit for Voyces or Viols of 3. 4. 5. and 6. Parts. Composed by William Byrd (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham [etc.], 1611) [Songb,ByrdWPS].

Songbooks [1611], [Maynard, John:] The XII. Wonders of the world. Set and composed for the Violl de Gambo, the Lute, and the Voyce to Sing the Verse, all three ioyntly, and none seuerall: also Lessons for the Lute and Base Violl to play alone: with some Lessons to play Lyra - Wayes alone, or if you will, to fill up the parts, with another Violl set Lute - way. Newly composed by John Maynard (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham for Iohn Browne [etc.], 1611) [Songb,MaynaJT].

Songbooks [1611], [Ravenscroft, Thomas:] Melismata. Mvsicall phansies: fitting the Covrt, Cìtie, and Covntrey Hvmovrs. To 3, 4, and 5. Voyces (London: Printed by William Stansby for Thomas Adams, 1611) [Songb,RavenTM].

Songbooks [1612], [Corkine, William:] The second booke of ayres, Some, to Sing and Play to the Base - Violl alone: Others, to be sung to the Lute and Base Violl. VVith new Corantoes, Pauins, Almaines; as also diuers new Descants vpon old Grounds, set to the Lyra - Violl. By William Corkine (London: Printed for M. L. I. B. and T. S. Assigned by W. Barley [etc.], 1612) [Songb,CorkiWT].

Songbooks [1612], [Dowland, John:] A Pilgrimes Solace. Wherein is contained Musicall Harmonie of 3. 4. and 5. parts, to be sung and plaid with the Lute and Viols. By John Douland (London: Printed for M. L. J. B. and T. S. [etc.], 1612) [Songb,DowlaJA].

Songbooks [1612], [Gibbons, Orlando:] The first set of Madrigals and Mottets of 5. Parts: apt for Viols and Voyces. Newly Composed by Orlando Gibbons (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham [etc.], 1612) [Songb,GibboOT].

Songbooks [1613], [Lichfield, Henry:] The first set of Madrigals of 5. Parts: apt both for Viols and Voyces. Newly composed by Henry Lichfild (London: Printed for M. L. I. B. and T. S. [etc.], 1613) [Songb,LichfHT].

Songbooks [1613], [Pilkington, Francis:] The first set of madrigals and pastorals of 3. 4 and 5. Parts. Newly composed by Francis Pilkington (London: Printed for M. L. I. B. and T. S. [etc.], 1613) [Songb,PilkiFT].

Songbooks [1613], [Ward, John:] The first set of English Madrigals: To 3. 4. 5. and 6 parts apt both for Viols and Voyces. With a Mourning Song in memory of Prince Henry. Newly composed by Iohn Ward ([London]: Printed by Thomas Snodham, 1613) [Songb,WardJTF].

Songbooks [1614], [Ravenscroft, Thomas:] A briefe discourse of the true use of charact'ring the degrees in measurable musicke. Two parts ([London]: [E.Allde ... for T.Adams], [1614]) [Songb,RavenTA].

Songbooks [1615], [Amner, John:] Sacred Hymnes. Of 3. 4. 5. and 6. parts for Voyces & Vyols. Newly Composed by Iohn Amner (London: Printed ... by Edw: Allde [etc.], 1615) [Songb,AmnerJS].

Songbooks [1615], [Tailour, Robert:] Sacred Hymns. Consisting of Fifti Select Psalms of David and others, Paraphrastically turned into English Verse. And by Robert Tailovr, set to be sung in Five parts, as also to the Viole, and Lute or Orph - arion. Published for the vse of such as delight in the exercise of Mvsic in hir original honour (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham [etc.], 1615) [Songb,TailoRS].

Songbooks [1616], [Corkine, William:] Ayres, to sing and play to the lvte and Basse Violl. With Pauins, Galliards, Almaines, and Corantos for the Lyra violl. By William Corkine (London: Printed by W. Stansby for Iohn Browne [etc.], 1616) [Songb,CorkiWA].

Songbooks [1618], [Bateson, Thomas:] The second set of madrigales to 3. 4. 5. and 6. Parts: Apt for Viols and Voyces. Newly composed by Thomas Bateson (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham, for Matthew Lownes and Iohn Browne, 1618) [Songb,BatesTT].

Songbooks [1618], [East, Michael:] The fovrth set of bookes, wherein are Anthemes for Versus and Chorus, Madrigals, and Songs of other kindes, To 4. 5. and 6. Parts: Apt for Viols and Voyces. Newly Composed by Michaell East (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham, for Matthew Lownes and Iohn Browne, 1618) [Songb,EastMTF].

Songbooks [1619], [Vautor, Thomas:] The first set: beeing songs and diuers Ayres and Natures, of Fîue and Sixe parts: Apt for Vyols and Voyces. Newly Composed by Thomas Vautor (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham, for Matthew Lownes and Iohn Browne, 1619) [Songb,VautoTT].

Songbooks [1620], [Peerson, Martin:] Priuate Musicke. Or the first booke of Ayres and Dialogues: Contayning Songs of 4. 5. and 6. parts, of seuerall sorts, and being Verse and Chorus, is fit for Voyces and Viols. And for want of Viols, they may be performed to either the Virginall or Lute, where the Proficient can play vpon the Ground, or for a shift to the Base Viol alone. All made and composed, according to the rules of Art, by M. P. (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham, 1620) [Songb,PeersMP].

Songbooks [1622], [Attey, John:] The first booke of ayres of fovre parts, with Tableture for the lute: So made, that all the parts may be plaide together with the Lute, or one voyce with the Lute and Base - Vyell (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham, 1622) [Songb,AtteyJT].

Songbooks [1622], [Tomkins, Thomas:] Songs of 3. 4. 5. and 6. parts. By Thomas Tomkins (London: Printed for Matthew Lownes, Iohn Browne, and Thomas Snodham, [1622]) [Songb,TomkiTS].

Songbooks [1624], [East, Michael:] The Sixt Set of Bookes, vvherein are Anthemes for Versus and Chorus, of 5. and 6. Parts; Apt for Violls and Voyces: Newly Composed by Michaell Est (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham for M. L. and A. B., 1624) [Songb,EastMTS].

Songbooks [1624], [Pilkington, Francis:] The second set of Madrigals, and Pastorals, of 3. 4. 5. and 6. Parts; Apt for Violls and Voyces: Newly Composed by Francis Pilkington (London: Printed by Thomas Snodham [etc.], 1624) [Songb,PilkiFT].

Songbooks [1627], [Hilton, John:] Ayres, or Fa La's for three voyces. Newly composed and published by Iohn Hilton (London: Printed by Humfrey Lownes, and are to be by sold George Lathum [etc.], 1627) [Songb,HiltoJA].

Songbooks [1630], [Peerson, Martin:] Mottects or grave chamber mvsiqve. Containing Songs of fiue parts of seuerall sorts, some ful, and some Verse and Chorus. But all fit for Voyces and Vials, with an Organ Part; which for want of Organs, may be performed on Virginals, Base - Lute, Bandora, or Irish Harpe. Also, A Mourning Song of sixe parts for the Death of the late Right Honorable Sir Fvlke Grevil ... Composed according to the Rules of Art, by M. P. (London: Printed by William Stansby, 1630) [Songb,PeersMM].

Songbooks [1632], [Porter, Walter:] Madrigales and ayres. Of two, three, foure and fiue Voyces, with the continued Base, with Toccatos, Sinfonias and Rittornellos to them. After the manner of Consort Musique. To be performed with the Harpesechord, Lutes, Theorbos, Base Violl, two Violins, or two viols. Published by Walter Porter (London: Printed by William Stansby, 1632) [Songb,PorteWM].

Songbooks [1652], Musicks Recreation: on the lyra viol. Being a choice Collection of New and Excellent Lessons for the Lyra Viol, both easie and delightfull for all yong Practitioners. To which is added some few plain Directions as a Guide for Beginners (London: Printed for John Playford [etc.], 1652) [Songb,MusicRO].

Songbooks [1652], [Hilton, John:] Catch that Catch can, or A Choice Collection of Catches, Rovnds, & Canons for 3 or 4 Voyces: Collected & Published by John Hilton (London: Printed for John Benson & John Playford [etc.], 1652) [Songb,HiltoJC].

Songbooks [1652], [Miscellaneous:] Select Musicall Ayres, and dialogues, For one and two Voyces, to sing to the Theorbo, Lute, or Basse Violl. Composed by John Wilson, Charles Colman, Doctours of Musick. Henry Lawes, William Webb, Gentlemen. To which is added some few short Ayres or Songs for three Voyces, to an Instrument (London: Printed for John Playford [etc.], 1652) [Songb,MisceSM].

Songbooks [1653], [Lawes, Henry:] Ayres and dialogues, For One, Two, and Three Voyces. By Henry Lawes ... The First Booke (London: Printed by T. H. for John Playford [etc.], 1653) [Songb,LawesHA].

Songbooks [1653], [Miscellaneous:] Select Musical Ayres and dialogues, In Three bookes. First Book, containes ayres for a Voyce alone to the Theorbo, or Basse Violl. Second Book, containes Choice dialogues for two Voyces to the Theorbo or Basse Violl. Third Book, containes short ayres or songs for three Voyces, so Composed, as they may either be sung by a Voyce alone, to an Instrument, or by two or three Voyces. Composed by these severall Excellent Masters in Musick, Viz. Dr. John Wilson, Dr. Charles Colman, Mr. Henry Lawes, Mr. William Lawes, Mr. William Webb. Mr. Nicholas Lanneare, Mr. William Smegergill alias Caesar, Mr. Edward Colman, Mr. Jeremy Savile (London: Printed by T. H. for John Playford [etc.], 1653) [Songb,MisceSM].

Songbooks [1655], [Lawes, Henry:] The second book of ayres and dialogues, For One, Two, and Three Voyces. By Henry Lawes (London: Printed by T. H. for Jo. Playford [etc.], 1655) [Songb,LawesHT].

Songbooks [1656], [Gamble, John:] Ayres and Dialogues (To be Sung to the Theorbo - Lute or Base - Violl:) By John Gamble (London: Printed by William Godbid [etc.], 1656) [Songb,GamblJA].

Songbooks [1658], [Lawes, Henry:] Ayres, and dialogues, for one, two, and three voyces. By Henry Lawes. The third book (London: Printed by W. Godbid for John Playford [etc.], 1658) [Songb,LawesHA].

Songbooks [1659], [Gamble, John:] Ayres and dialogues For One, Two, and Three Voyces; To be Sung either to the theorbo - lute or basse - viol. Composed by John Gamble. The Second Book (London: Printed by W. Godbid for Nathaniel Ekin [etc.], 1659) [Songb,GamblJA].

Songbooks [1660], [Wilson, John:] Cheerfull Ayres or Ballads First composed for one single Voice and since set for three Voices by John Wilson (Oxford: Printed by W. Hall for Ric. Davis, 1660) [Songb,WilsoJC].

Songbooks [1669], [Lawes, Henry:] The Treasury of Musick: Containing ayres and dialogues To Sing to the theorbo - lute or basse - viol. Composed By Mr Henry Lawes ... And other Excellent masters. In Three Books (London: Printed by William Godbid for John Playford [etc.], 1669) [Songb,LawesHT].

Songbooks [1670], [Playford, John:] A brief introduction to the skill of musick: in three books. The first: the grounds and rules of musick, according to the gam - ut and other principles thereof. The second: instructions for the bass - viol, and also for the treble - violin: with lessons for beginners. By John Playford. The third: the art of descant, or composing musick in parts. By Dr. Tho. Campion. With annotations thereon, by Mr. Chr. Simpson (London: Printed by William Godbid [etc.], 1670) [Songb,PlayfJA].

Soowthern, John [1584], Pandora, The Musyque of the beautie of his Mistresse Diana. Composed by John Soowthern ... and dedicated to the right Honorable, Edward Deuer, Earle of Oxenford, &c. (London: Imprinted ... for Thomas Hackette [etc.], 1584) [SoowtJ,PandoTM].

Sotheby, William [1790], Poems: consisting of a tour through parts of North and South Wales, sonnets, odes, and an epistle to a friend on physiognomy. By W. Sotheby (Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell and sold by R. Faulder ... and T. Baker [etc.], 1790) [SotheW,PoemsCO].

Sotheby, William [1799], The battle of the Nile, a poem: by William Sotheby (London: Sold by Hatchard ... Rivingtons ... Cadell and Davies ... and Faulder [etc.], 1799) [SotheW,BattlOT].

Sotheby, William [1810], Constance De Castile. A Poem, in Ten Cantos. By William Sotheby (London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies ... By W. Bulmer and Co., 1810) [SotheW,ConstDC].

Sotheby, William [1814], A song of triumph. By William Sotheby (London: Printed for John Murray ... by W. Bulmer and Co. [etc.], 1814) [SotheW,SongOTB].

Sotheby, William [1828], Italy and Other Poems. By William Sotheby (London: John Murray, 1828) [SotheW,ItalyAO].

Sotheby, William [1834], Lines Suggested by the Third Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Held at Cambridge, in June, 1833. By the late William Sotheby ... With a Short Memoir of his Life (London: G. and W. Nicol; J. Murray, 1834) [SotheW,LinesSB].

Southey, Robert [1829], The Poetical Works of Robert Southey. Complete in One Volume (Paris: A. and W. Galignani, 1829) [SouthR,PoetiWO].

Southey, Robert [1838], The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Collected by Himself. In Ten Volumes (London: Printed for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1838) [SouthR,PoetiWO].

Southey, Robert [1845], Oliver Newman: A New - England Tale (Unfinished): With Other Poetical Remains. By the late Robert Southey (London: Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1845) [SouthR,OliveNA].

Southey, Robert [1847], Robin Hood: A Fragment. By the late Robert Southey, and Caroline Southey: With other Fragments and Poems by R. S. & C. S. (Edinburgh; London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1847) [SouthR,RobinHA].

Southwell, Robert [1595], Moeoniae. Or, certaine excellent Poems and spirituall Hymnes: Omitted in the last Impression of Peters Complaint; being needefull thereunto to be annexed, as being both Diuine and Wittie. All composed by R. S. (London: Printed by Valentine Sims, For John Busbie, 1595) [SouthR,MoeonOC].

Southwell, Robert [1595], Saint Peters complaint. With other Poemes (London: Imprinted by Iohn Wolfe, 1595) [SouthR,SaintPC].

Southwell, Robert [1595], Saint Peters complaynt. With other Poems (London: Printed by I. R. for G. C., 1595) [SouthR,SaintPC].

Southwell, Robert [1602], Saint Peters complaint. Newlie augmented VVith other Poems (London: Printed by I. R. for G. C., 1602) [SouthR,SaintPC].

Southwell, Robert [1856], The poetical works of the Rev. Robert Southwell, now first completely edited by William B. Turnbull (London: John Russell Smith, 1856) [SouthR,PoetiWO].

Speed, Samuel [1673], The Prisoners Complaint To The King's most Excellent Majesty. Or The Cries of the Kings Bench. With Advice To the disconsolate Gentlemen - Prisoners in the several Prisons of England, especially the Kings Bench (London: Printed for Samuel Speed, 1673) [SpeedS,PrisoCT].

Speed, Samuel [1674], Fragmenta Carceris: or, The Kings - Bench Scuffle; with the Humours of the Common - Side. The Kings - Bench Litany and The Legend of Duke Humphrey. By Samuel Speed (London: Printed by J. C. for S. S. and sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1674) [SpeedS,FragmCO].

Speed, Samuel [1677], Prison - Pietie: or, Meditations Divine and Moral. Digested into Poetical Heads, On Mixt and Various Subjects. Whereunto is added A Panegyrick to The Right Reverend, and most Nobly descended, Henry, Lord Bishop of London. By Samuel Speed, Prisoner in Ludgate, London (London: Printed by J. C. for S. S. [etc.], 1677) [SpeedS,PrisoPO].

Speed, Samuel [1682], &grG;&grI;&grG;&grA;&grN;&grT;&grO;&grM;&grA;&grX;&grI;&grA;. Or A Full, and True Relation Of the Great and Bloody Fight, between Three Pagan Knights and a Christian Gyant (London: Printed for Richard Janeway, 1682) [SpeedS,GrggrOA].

Spencer, William Robert [1835], Poems by the late Hon. William R. Spencer; A New Edition with Corrections and Additions; To Which is Prefixed A Biographical Memoir by the Editor (London: James Cochrane & Co., 1835) [SpencWR,PoemsBT].

Spenser, Edmund [1932], The Works of Edmund Spenser: A Variorum Edition: Edited by Edwin Greenlaw: Charles Grosvenor Osgood: Frederick Morgan Padelford: Ray Heffner (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1932 - 1949) [SpensE,WorksOE].

Sprat, Thomas [1659], Three Poems Upon the Death of his late Highnesse Oliver Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Written by Mr. Edm. Waller, Mr. Io. Dryden, Mr. Sprat (London: Printed by William Wilson [etc.], 1659) [SpratT,ThreePU].

Sprat, Thomas [1709], The Plague of Athens, which happened in the Second Year of the Peloponnesian War. First described in Greek, By Thucydides; Then in Latin By Lucretius. Since attempted in English By ... Thomas Lord Bishop of Rochester (London: Printed and Sold by H. Hills [etc.], 1709) [SpratT,PlaguOA].

Stanley, Thomas [1850], [The Stanley Poem, in] Palatine Anthology: A Collection of Ancient Poems and Ballads, Relating to Lancashire and Cheshire. Edited by James Orchard Halliwell (London: For Private Circulation only, 1850) [StanlT,TheSPIP].

Stanley, Thomas, the elder [1647], Poems and translations. By Thomas Stanley (London: Printed by F. B. for Humphrey Mosley, [etc.], 1647) [StanlTT,PoemsAT].

Stanley, Thomas, the elder [1651], Anacreon. Bion. Moschvs. Kisses, by Secundus. Cvpid crvcified, by Ausonius. Venvs vigils, Incerto Authore ([London]: , 1651) [StanlTT,AnacrBM].

Stanley, Thomas, the elder [1651], Poems, by Thomas Stanley (: , 1651) [StanlTT,PoemsBT].

Stanley, Thomas, the elder [1655], The History of Philosophy ... By Thomas Stanley. Containing those on whom the Attribute of VVise was conferred (London: Printed for Humphrey Moselay, and Thomas Dring [etc.], 1655) [StanlTT,HistoOP].

Stanley, Thomas, the elder [1657], Psalterium Carolinum. The devotions of His Sacred Majestie in his solitudes and sufferings, Rendred in Verse. Set to Musick for 3 Voices and an Organ or Theorbo, By John Wilson (London: Printed for John Martin and James Allestrey [etc.], 1657) [StanlTT,PsaltCT].

Stanyhurst, Richard [1582], The First Fovre Bookes of Virgil his AEneis: Translated intoo English heroical verse by Richard Stanyhurst, wyth oother Poëtical diuises theretoo annexed (Leiden, Holland: Imprinted ... by Iohn Pates, 1582) [StanyR,FirstFB].

Steele, Anne [1780], Miscellaneous Pieces, in Verse and Prose, By Theodosia (Bristol: Printed by W. Pine. Sold by T. Cadell, T. Mills, and T. Evans; and by J. Buckland ... and J. Johnson [etc.], 1780) [SteelA,MiscePI].

Stephen, James Kenneth [1891], Lapsus Calami. By J. K. Stephen. New ed. (Cambridge: Macmillan and Bowes, 1891) [StephJK,LapsuCB].

Stephen, James Kenneth [1891], Quo Musa Tendis? By J. K. Stephen (Cambridge: Macmillan and Bowes, 1891) [StephJK,QuoMTBJ].

Stephen, James Kenneth [1896], Lapsus calami and other verses: By James Kenneth Stephen (Cambridge: Macmillan and Bowes, 1896) [StephJK,LapsuCA].

Stepney, George [1691], Epistle to Charles Montague Esq; on His Majesty's Voyage to Holland. By Mr. George Stepney (London: Printed for Francis Saunders [etc.], 1691) [StepnG,EpistTC].

Stepney, George [1693], [The eighth satyr of Juvenal, in] The satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis. Translated into English verse. By Mr. Dryden, and Several other Eminent Hands. Together with the satires of Aulus Persius Flaccus. Made English by Mr. Dryden. With Explanatory Notes at the end of each satire. To which is Prefix'd a Discourse concerning the Original and Progress of Satire. Dedicated to the Right Honourable Charles Earl of Dorset, &c. By Mr. Dryden (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1693) [StepnG,TheESOJ].

Stepney, George [1695], A Poem Dedicated to the Blessed Memory of her late Gracious Majesty Queen Mary (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1695) [StepnG,PoemDTT].

Stepney, George [1749], Works of the most celebrated Minor Poets. Volume the second. Containing the works of George Stepney, Esq.; William Walsh, Esq.; Thomas Tickell, Esq. Never before collected and publish'd together (London: Printed for F. Cogan, 1749) [StepnG,WorksOT].

Stevens, George Alexander [1751], Religion: or, The Libertine Repentant. A Rhapsody. George Alexander Stevens (London: Printed and sold by W. Reeve ... and F. Noble [etc.], 1751) [SteveGA,ReligOT].

Stevens, George Alexander [1754], The choice spirits feast: a comic ode. By George Alexander Stevens (London: Printed by J. Towers [etc.], 1754) [SteveGA,ChoicSF].

Stevens, George Alexander [1755], The Birth - Day of Folly, An Heroi - Comical Poem, By Peter: With Notes Variorum, For the illustration of historical passages relating to the Hero of the Poem, and other remarkable Personages (London: Printed for M. Cooper [etc.], 1755) [SteveGA,BirthDO].

Stevens, George Alexander [1780], The Songs, &c. in the Cabinet of fancy: or evening exhibition. As it is performed at the Theatre - Royal in the Hay - market (London: Printed for R. Snagg [etc.], 1780) [SteveGA,SongsAI].

Stevens, George Alexander [1780], Vicar and Moses ([London]: , [1780]) [SteveGA,VicarAM].

Stevens, George Alexander [1788], Songs, comic and satyrical. By George Alexander Stevens. A new edition, Corrected (London: Printed for G. Kearsley [etc.], 1788) [SteveGA,SongsCA].

Stevens, George Alexander [1807], The Works Of the late G. A. Stevens, Consisting of his celebrated Lecture On Heads, and songs. A new and improved edition, To which is prefixed A life of the author. By W. C. Oulton (London: Printed for James Cundee, 1807) [SteveGA,WorksOT].

Stevenson, John Hall [1745], The Sick Monkey, a fable (London: Printed for J. Fletcher and Co.[etc.], 1745) [SteveJH,SickMAF].

Stevenson, John Hall [1795], The Works of John Hall - Stevenson ... Corrected and Enlarged. With Several Original Poems, Now First Printed, and Explanatory Notes. In Three Volumes (London: Printed by J. Nichols, For J. Debrett ... And T. Beckett [etc.], 1795) [SteveJH,WorksOJ].

Stevenson, Matthew [1645], Occasions Off - spring. Or Poems upon Severall Occasions: By Mathew Stevenson (London: Printed for John Place [etc.], 1645) [SteveM,OccasOS].

Stevenson, Matthew [1661], Bellum Presbyteriale. Or, as much said for the Presbyter As may be. Together with their Covenants Catastrophe. Held forth in an Heroick Poem. By Matth. Stevenson (London: Printed for A. Rice [etc.], 1661) [SteveM,BelluPO].

Stevenson, Matthew [1662], Florus Britannicus; Or, an Exact Epitome of the History of England, From William the Conquerour to the Twelfth Year of the Reign of his Sacred Majesty Charls the Second, now flourishing. Illustrated with their perfect Portraictures ... By Mathew Stevenson (London: Printed by M. S. and are to be sold by Thomas Jenner [etc.], 1662) [SteveM,FloruBO].

Stevenson, Matthew [1665], Poems by Matthew Stevenson (London: Printed by R. Davenport, for Lodowick Lloyd [etc.], 1665) [SteveM,PoemsBM].

Stevenson, Matthew [1673], Poems: or, A Miscellany of Sonnets, Satyrs, Drollery, Panegyricks, Elegies, &c. At the Instance, and Request of Several Friends, Times, and Occasions, Composed; and now at their command Collected, and Committed to the Press. By the Author, M. Stevenson (London: Printed for R. Reynolds ... and John Lutton [etc.], 1673) [SteveM,PoemsOA].

Stevenson, Matthew [1680], The Wits Paraphras'd: or, Paraphrase upon Paraphrase. In a Burlesque on the Several late Translations of Ovids Epistles (London: Printed for Will. Cademan [etc.], 1680) [SteveM,WitsPOP].

Stevenson, Robert Louis [1950], Robert Louis Stevenson: Collected Poems: Edited, with an introduction and notes, by Janet Adam Smith (London: Rupert Hart - Davis, 1950) [SteveRL,RoberLS].

Stevenson, William [1765], Original poems on several subjects. In two volumes. By William Stevenson (Edinburgh: Printed by A. Donaldson and J. Reid [etc.], 1765) [SteveW,OrigiPO].

Stevenson, William [1778], An ode to peace; occasioned by the present crisis of the British Empire (London: Printed for J. Almon [etc.], 1778) [SteveW,OdeTPOB].

Stevenson, William [1782], An Hymn To The Deity. Mostly In Imitation Of The CIVth Psalm. By William Stevenson (Newark: Printed By And For J. Tomlinson [etc.], 1782) [SteveW,HymnTTD].

Stewart, John, of Baldyneiss [1912], Poems of John Stewart of Baldyneiss: From the MS. in the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh: Edited by Thomas Crockett (Edinburgh: The Scottish Text Society, 1912 - 1913) [StewaJO,PoemsOJ].

Stockdale, Percival [1765], Churchill defended, a poem: addressed to the minority (London: Printed for the Author, and sold by W. Flexney [etc.], 1765) [StockP,ChurcDA].

Stockdale, Percival [1765], The Constituents, a poem. By P. Stockdale (London: Printed for the Author, and sold by W. Flexney [etc.], 1765) [StockP,ConstAP].

Stockdale, Percival [1806], A Tribute To The Memory of Lord Nelson (London: Printed by D. N. Shery [etc.], 1806) [StockP,TribuTT].

Stockdale, Percival [1810], The Poetical Works of Percival Stockdale. In two volumes (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme ... and W. Clarke ... By W. Pople [etc.], 1810) [StockP,PoetiWO].

Stoddart, Thomas Tod [1831], The Death - Wake, or Lunacy, A Necromaunt. In Three Chimeras. By Thomas Tod Stoddart (Edinburgh: Henry Constable; Hurst, Chance & Co., 1831) [StoddTT,DeathWO].

Stoddart, Thomas Tod [1839], Songs and Poems: In Three Parts. By Thomas Tod Stoddart (Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1839) [StoddTT,SongsAP].

Stoddart, Thomas Tod [1866], An angler's rambles and angling songs by Thomas Tod Stoddart (Edinburgh: Edmonston & Douglas, 1866) [StoddTT,AngleRA].

Stoddart, Thomas Tod [1873], Songs of the Seasons: And Other Poems. By Thomas Tod Stoddart (Edinburgh: Edmonston & Douglas, 1873) [StoddTT,SongsOT].

Storer, Thomas [1599], The Life and Death of Thomas Wolsey Cardinall. Diuided into three parts: His Aspiring, His Triumph, and His Death. By Thomas Storer (London: Printed by Thomas Dawson, 1599) [StoreT,LifeADO].

Story, Robert [1816], The Harvest: a poem (: , 1816) [StoryR,HarveAP].

Story, Robert [1826], Craven Blossoms: or, Poems chiefly connected with the district of Craven. By Robert Storey (Skipton: J. Tasker, 1826) [StoryR,CraveBO].

Story, Robert [1829], The Magic Fountain, with Other Poems. By Robert Story (London: W. Crofts, 1829) [StoryR,MagicFW].

Story, Robert [1849], Songs and Poems. By Robert Story. The Third Edition, Enlarged (London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1849) [StoryR,SongsAP].

Story, Robert [1854], The third Napoleon: An ode to Alfred Tennyson, Esq. Poet Laureate (London: John Hearne, 1854) [StoryR,ThirdNA].

Story, Robert [1857], The Poetical Works of Robert Story (London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts, 1857) [StoryR,PoetiWO].

Story, Robert [1861], Lyrical poems (1861) (In The Lyrical And Other Minor Poems Of Robert Story, With A Sketch Of His Life And Writings. By John James (London; Bradford: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts; Henry Gaskarth, 1861)) [StoryR,LyricP1].

Stradling, Sir John [1623], Beati Pacifici: A Divine Poem. Written to the Kings Most Excellent Maiestie. By Sir Iohn Stradling (London: Imprinted for the Company of Stationers, 1623) [StradSJ,BeatiPA].

Stradling, Sir John [1625], Divine Poems: In seuen seuerall Classes, Written To his most Excellent Maiestie, Charles, By the Grace of God King of Great Britaine, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c. By Sr Iohn Stradling (London: Printed by William Stansby, 1625) [StradSJ,DivinPI].

Strode, William [1907], The poetical works of William Strode ... Now first collected from manuscript and printed sources: to which is added: The floating island a tragi - comedy: Now first reprinted from the original edition of 1655: Edited by Bertram Dobell with a memoir of the author (London: Published by the editor, 1907) [StrodW,PoetiWO].

Strong, Charles [1862], Sonnets by the Rev. Charles Strong. Second Edition (London: Walton & Maberly, 1862) [StronC,SonneBT].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1833], Poems: By Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley (London: John Murray, 1833) [StuarWL,PoemsBL].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1834], London at Night; And Other Poems. By Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, 1834) [StuarWL,LondoAN].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1835], The Knight and The Enchantress; With Other Poems. By Lady Emmeline Stuart - Wortley (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1835) [StuarWL,KnighAT].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1835], The Village Churchyard; And Other Poems. By Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, 1835) [StuarWL,VillaCA].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1835], Travelling Sketches in Rhyme. By Lady E. S. Wortley (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1835) [StuarWL,TraveSI].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1836], The Visionary: A Fragment: With Other Poems. By Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, 1836 - 1839) [StuarWL,VisioAF].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1837], Fragments and Fancies. By the Lady E. Stuart - Wortley (London: Saunders and Otley, 1837) [StuarWL,FragmAF].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1837], Hours at Naples, and Other Poems. By the Lady E. Stuart Wortley (London: Saunders and Otley, 1837) [StuarWL,HoursAN].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1837], Impressions of Italy and Other Poems. By the Lady E. Stuart Wortley (London: Saunders and Otley, 1837) [StuarWL,ImpreOI].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1838], Lays of Leisure Hours: By The Lady E. Stuart Wortley (London: Thomas Hookham, 1838) [StuarWL,LaysOLH].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1838], Queen Berengaria's Courtesy, and Other Poems. By the Lady E. Stuart Wortley. In Three Vols. (London: J. Rickerby; J. Hatchard and Son, 1838) [StuarWL,QueenBC].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1839], Sonnets, written chiefly during a tour through Holland, Germany, Italy, Turkey, and Hungary. By Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley (London: Joseph Rickerby, 1839) [StuarWL,SonneWC].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1839], The Visionary. Canto III. By Lady E. Stuart Wortley (London: Joseph Rickerby, 1839) [StuarWL,VisioCI].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1841], Lillia - Bianca. A Tale of Italy. By Lady E. Stuart Wortley (London: Joseph Rickerby, 1841) [StuarWL,LilliBA].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1842], The Maiden of Moscow: A Poem, in Twenty - One Cantos. By the Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley (London: How and Parsons, 1842) [StuarWL,MaideOM].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1843], Adelaida: or, Letters, &c. of Madame Von Regenburg. To which are added, Poems. By Lady E. S. Wortley (London: Printed by Moyes and Barclay, 1843) [StuarWL,AdelaOL].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1851], Honour to labour, a lay of 1851. By the Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley (London: W. N. Wright, 1851) [StuarWL,HonouTL].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1851], On the approaching close of The Great Exhibition. And other poems. By The Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley (London: W. N. Wright, 1851) [StuarWL,OnTACOT].

Stuart - Wortley, Lady Emmeline Charlotte Elizabeth [1854], A Visit to Portugal and Madeira. By the Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley (London: Chapman and Hall, 1854) [StuarWL,VisitTP].

Studley, John [1581], Seneca: His tenne tragedies, translated into Englysh (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Marshe, 1581) [StudlJ,SenecHT].

Suckling, Sir John [1646], Fragmenta Avrea. A Collection of all the Incomparable Peeces, written by Sir John Svckling. And published by a Friend to perpetuate his memory. Printed by his owne Copies (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1646) [SucklSJ,FragmAA].

Suckling, Sir John [1659], The last remains of Sr John Suckling. Being a Full collection Of all his Poems and Letters which have been so long expected, and never till now Published, with The Licence and Approbation of his Noble and Dearest friends (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1659) [SucklSJ,LastROS].

Sutton, Henry Septimus [1886], Poems by Henry Septimus Sutton (Glasgow: David M. Main, 1886) [SuttoHS,PoemsBH].

Swain, Charles [1827], Metrical essays, on subjects of history and imagination. By Charles Swain (London: Ebenezer Palmer, 1827) [SwainC,MetriEO].

Swain, Charles [1831], Beauties of the mind, a poetical sketch; With lays, historical and romantic. By Charles Swain (London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1831) [SwainC,BeautOT].

Swain, Charles [1846], Rhymes for childhood, by John Swain (Leeds: Webb and Millington, [1846]) [SwainC,RhymeFC].

Swain, Charles [1847], Dramatic chapters, poems and songs. By Charles Swain (London: David Bogue, 1847) [SwainC,DramaCP].

Swain, Charles [1849], English melodies. By Charles Swain (London: Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1849) [SwainC,EngliMB].

Swain, Charles [1853], Letters of Laura D'Auverne. By Charles Swain (London: Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1853) [SwainC,LetteOL].

Swain, Charles [1857], Poems: by Charles Swain (Boston: Whittemore, Niles, and Hall, 1857) [SwainC,PoemsBC].

Swain, Charles [1863], Art and Fashion: With other sketches, songs and poems. By Charles Swain (London: Virtue Brothers & Co., 1863) [SwainC,ArtAFWO].

Swain, Charles [1867], Songs and ballads. By Charles Swain (London; Manchester: Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; A. Ireland & Co., 1867) [SwainC,SongsAB].

Swain, Charles [1868], Dryburgh Abbey and other poems. By Charles Swain (London; Manchester: Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; A. Ireland & Co., 1868) [SwainC,DrybuAA].

Swain, Charles [1870], The mind: its powers, beauties, and pleasures. With songs and ballads. By Charles Swain. Fifth edition (London; Manchester: Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; A. Ireland & Co., 1870) [SwainC,MindIPB].

Swinburne, Algernon Charles [1905], The Poems of Algernon Charles Swinburne: In Six Volumes (London: Chatto & Windus, 1905) [SwinbAC,PoemsOA].

Swinburne, Algernon Charles [1925], The complete works of Algernon Charles Swinburne: Edited by Sir Edmund Gosse ... and Thomas James Wise (London; New York: William Heinemann; Gabriel Wells, 1925 - 1927) [SwinbAC,ComplWO].

Sylvester, Joshua [1621], Du Bartas: His Divine Weekes And Workes with A Compleate Collectio of all the other most delight - full Workes: Translated and written by yt famous Philomusus: Iosvah Sylvester (London: Printed by Humfray Lownes [etc.], 1621) [SylveJ,DuBHDWA].

T. A. [1602], The massacre of money (London: Printed by Thomas Creede, for Thomas Bushell, 1602) [TA,MassaOM].

T. C., gent. [1565], A pleasant and delightfull History, of Galesus Cymon and Iphigenia: Describing the ficklenesse of Fortune in loue. Translated out of Italian into Englishe verse, by T. C. Gent (London: Printed by Nicolas VVyer [etc.], [c.1565]) [TCG,PleasAD].

T. C., gent. [1569], A Notable Historye of Nastagio and Trauersari, no lesse pitiefull then pleasaunt: Translated out of Italian into Englishe verse by C. T. (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Purfoote [etc.], 1569) [TCG,NotabHO].

T. D. [1618], Canaans Calamitie: Ierusalems Misery, Or The dolefull destruction of faire Ierusalem by Tytvs, the Sonne of Vaspasian Emperour of Rome, in the yeare of Christs Incarnation 74. Wherein is shewed the woonderfull miseries which God brought upon the Citty for sinne, being utterly ouer - throwne and destroyed by Sword, pestilence and famine (London: Printed for Thomas Bayly [etc.], 1618) [TD,CanaaCI].

T. H. [1560], The fable of Ouid treting of Narcissus, traslated out of Latin into Englysh Mytre, with a moral ther vnto, very pleasante to rede (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Hackette [etc.], 1560) [TH,FableOO].

T. M. [1599], Micro - cynicon. Sixe Snarling Satyres (London: Imprinted by Thomas Creede for Thomas Bushell [etc.], 1599) [TM,MicroCS].

T. W. [1593], The tears of Fancie. Or, Loue Disdained (London: Printed ... for William Barley [etc.], 1593) [TW,TearsOF].

T. W. [1603], The Lamentation of Melpomene, for the death of Belphaebe our late Queene. With a Ioy to England for our blessed King. By T. W. (London: Imprinted ... by W. W. for C. K. [etc.], 1603) [TW,LamenOM].

Talfourd, Thomas Noon [1811], Poems, on various subjects. Including a poem on the education of the Poor; an Indian tale; and the offering of Isaac, a sacred drama (London; Reading: Printed by A. J. Valpy ... Sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; Rusher, [1811]) [TalfoTN,PoemsOV].

Talfourd, Thomas Noon [1852], The dramatic works of Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd. Eleventh edition; To which are added, a few sonnets and verses (London: Edward Moxon, 1852) [TalfoTN,DramaWO].

Tannahill, Robert [1911], The songs and poems of Robert Tannahill: With biography, illustrations, and music (Paisley; Edinburgh: J. and R. Parlane; John Menzies and Co., 1911) [TannaR,SongsAP].

Tatham, John [1650], Ostella Or the Faction of Love and Beauty Reconcil'd. By I. T. (London: Printed for John Tey [etc.], 1650) [TathaJ,OstelOT].

Taylor, Ann [1810], Signor Topsy - Turvy's wonderful magic lantern; or The World turned upside down. By the author of "My Mother," and other poems [Ann and Jane Taylor]. Illustrated with twenty - four engravings (London: Printed for Tabart & Co. ... by B. McMillan [etc.], 1810) [TayloA,SignoTT].

Taylor, Ann [1835], Rhymes for the nursery. By the authors of "Original Poems". Twenty - seventeenth edition (London: Printed for Darton and Harvey, 1835) [TayloA,RhymeFT].

Taylor, Ann [1875], Jane and Ann Taylor: Original Poems for Infant Minds (London: George Routledge, 1875) [TayloA,JaneAAT].

Taylor, Edward [1960], The Poems of Edward Taylor: Edited by Donald E. Standford ... With a foreword by Louis L. Martz (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1960) [TayloE,PoemsOE].

Taylor, Edward [1962], A transcript of Edward Taylor's Metrical History of Christianity by Donald E. Stanford (Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, 1962) [TayloE,TransOE].

Taylor, Jeremy, Bishop of Down and Connor [1870], The poems and verse - translations of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor. For the first time collected and edited after the author's own text: With introduction. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart [in Miscellanies of The Fuller Worthies' Library] (Blackburn: Printed [by] G. Tiplady and Son for private circulation, 1870 - 1872) [TayloJB,PoemsAV].

Taylor, John [1630], All the workes of Iohn Taylor the Water - Poet. Being Sixty and three in Number. Collected into one Volume by the Author: With sundry new Additions, corrected, reuised, and newly Imprinted (London: Printed by J. B. for James Boler [etc.], 1630) [TayloJ,AllTWOI].

Taylor, John [1637], A funeral elegie, In Memory of the Rare, Famous, and Admired Poet, Mr. Beniamin Ionson deceased. Who dyed the sixteenth day of August last, 1637, and lyeth inter'd in the Cathedrall Church of Saint Peter at Westminster (London: Printed by E. P. for Henry Gosson [etc.], 1637) [TayloJ,FunerEI].

Taylor, John [1637], The Phoenix of these late times: Or the life of Mr. Henry Welby, Esq; who lived at his house in Grub - street forty foure yeares, and in that space, was never seene by any. Aged 84. Shewing the first occasion, and the reasons thereof. Whose Portracture, you may behold, as it was taken at his death. With Epitaphs and Elegies of the late deceased Gentleman, who lyeth buried in S. Giles Church neere Criple gate, London (London: Printed by N. Okes, and are to be sold by Richard Clotterbuck [etc.], 1637) [TayloJ,PhoenOT].

Taylor, John [1653], The Impartiallest Satyre that ever was seen, That Speaks truth without fear, or flattry, or spleen: Read As you list, commend it, or come mend it, The Man that pen'd it, did with Finis end it (London: , 1653) [TayloJ,ImparST].

Taylor, John [1870], Works of John Taylor the Water Poet not included in the folio volume of 1630 (London: Printed for The Spenser Society, 1870) [TayloJ,WorksOJ].

Taylor, Sir Henry [1875], A Sicilian Summer. St. Clement's Eve. With The Eve of the Conquest, and Minor Poems. By Sir Henry Taylor (London: Henry S. King & Co., 1875) [TayloSH,SicilSS].

Taylor, Sir Henry [1877], The Works of Sir Henry Taylor (London: Henry S. King, 1877 - 1878) [TayloSH,WorksOS].

Tennant, William [1814], Elegy on Trottin' Nanny; or, a threnody, written and prentit to immortalize the memory of Agnes Bertholet, alias Trottin' Nanny, message - carrier between St. Monance and Anstruther (Cupar: Printed by R. Tullis ... [etc.], 1814) [TennaW,ElegyOT].

Tennant, William [1816], The dominie's disaster, and other poems. By a member of the Musomanik Society of Anstruther (Cupar: Printed by R. Tullis ... [etc.], 1816) [TennaW,DominDA].

Tennant, William [1822], The Thane of Fife; A Poem, in Six Cantos. By William Tennant (Edinburgh; London: Archibald Constable; Hurst, Robinson & Co., 1822) [TennaW,ThaneOF].

Tennant, William [1827], Papistry Storm'd; Or, The Dingin' Down o' The Cathedral. Ane Poem, in Sax Sangs. M. W. T. (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1827) [TennaW,PapisSO].

Tennant, William [1838], Anster Fair, and Other Poems. By William Tennant. With A Prefatory Memoir of the Author and his Writings (Edinburgh; London: William and Robert Chambers; W. S. Orr and Company, 1838) [TennaW,AnsteFA].

Tennyson, Alfred, 1st Baron Tennyson [1897], Alfred Lord Tennyson: a memoir By his son [Hallam Tennyson] (London: Macmillan and Co., 1897) [TennyA1,AlfreLT].

Tennyson, Alfred, 1st Baron Tennyson [1900], The early poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson: edited with a critical introduction, commentaries and notes, together with the various readings, a transcript of the poems temporarily and finally suppressed and a bibliography by John Churton Collins (London: Methuen and Co., 1900) [TennyA1,EarlyPO].

Tennyson, Alfred, 1st Baron Tennyson [1907], The Works of Tennyson: The Eversley Edition: Annotated by Alfred, Lord Tennyson: Edited by Hallam, Lord Tennyson (London: Macmillan, 1907 - 1908) [TennyA1,WorksOT].

Tennyson, Charles [1830], Sonnets and Fugitive Pieces, by Charles Tennyson (Cambridge: B. Bridges, 1830) [TennyC,SonneAF].

Tennyson, Charles [1864], Sonnets by the Rev. Charles Turner (London; Cambridge: Macmillan and Co., 1864) [TennyC,SonneBT].

Tennyson, Charles [1868], Small Tableaux: By the Rev. Charles Turner (London: Macmillan & Co., 1868) [TennyC,SmallTB].

Tennyson, Charles [1873], Sonnets, Lyrics and Translations: By the Rev. Charles Turner (London: Henry S. King, 1873) [TennyC,SonneLA].

Tennyson, Charles [1893], Poems by Two Brothers: 2nd ed. (London; New York: Macmillan, 1893) [TennyC,PoemsBT].

Tennyson, Frederick [1854], Days and Hours. By Frederick Tennyson (London: John W. Parker, 1854) [TennyF,DaysAHB].

Tennyson, Frederick [1890], The Isles of Greece: Sappho and Alcaeus. By Frederick Tennyson (London; New York: Macmillan, 1890) [TennyF,IslesOG].

Tennyson, Frederick [1891], Daphne and Other Poems. By Frederick Tennyson (London; New York: Macmillan, 1891) [TennyF,DaphnAO].

Tennyson, Frederick [1895], Poems of the day and year (London; Chicago: John Lane: The Bodley Head; Stone and Kimball, 1895) [TennyF,PoemsOT].

Terence in English [1520], Terens in englysh ([Paris]: , [1520]) [TerenIE,TerenIE].

The Proud Wife's Paternoster [1560], The proude wyues Pater noster that wolde go gaye and vndyd her husbonde and went her waye (London: Imprinted ... by John Kynge, 1560) [ProudWP,ProudWP].

The Remedy of Love [1532], [The Remedy of loue, in] The workes of Geffray Chaucer newly printed with dyuers workes whiche were neuer in print before: As in the table more playnly dothe appere. Cum privilegio (London: Printed ... by Thomas Godfray, 1532) [RemedOL,TheROLI].

Thelwall, John [1787], Poems on Various Subjects. By John Thelwall. In Two Volumes (London: Printed for the author, and sold by John Denis [etc.], 1787) [ThelwJ,PoemsOV].

Thelwall, John [1793], The peripatetic; or, Sketches of the heart, of nature and society; In a series of politico - sentimental journals, in verse and prose, of the eccentric excursions of Sylvanus Theophrastus; Supposed to be written by himself (London: Printed for the Author, and Sold by him [etc.], 1793) [ThelwJ,PeripOS].

Thelwall, John [1795], John Gilpin's ghost; or, The warning voice of King Chanticleer: An historical ballad: Written before the late trials, and dedicated to the treason - hunters of Oakham. By J. Thelwall (London: Printed for the author and published by T. Smith [etc.], 1795) [ThelwJ,JohnGGO].

Thelwall, John [1795], Poems Written in Close Confinement in The Tower and Newgate, Under a Charge of High Treason. By John Thelwall (London: Printed for the Author, And sold by J. Ridgway ... H. D. Symonds ... and D. I. Eaton [etc.], 1795) [ThelwJ,PoemsWI].

Thelwall, John [1802], The black bowl, Feb. 3, 1208; or, Tears of Eboracum: An old Monkish Legend, found in an old mouldy chest, Formerly in the Possession of an old curious Antiquary of the famous old City of York: The Style somewhat obscure, the Spelling somewhat obsolete -- but the Matter most pertinent and rare. Rescued from oblivion and published for the edification of the Learned, by J. Thelwall (York: Printed by A. Bartholoman [etc.], 1802) [ThelwJ,BlackBF].

Thelwall, John [1805], Poems, Chiefly Written in Retirement, By John Thelwall; With Memoirs of the Life of the Author. Second Edition ([Hereford]: , [1805?]) [ThelwJ,PoemsCW].

Thelwall, John [1805], The Trident of Albion, An Epic Effusion; And An Oration on the Influence of Elocution on Martial Enthusiasm; With An Address to the Shade of Nelson: Delivered at The Lyceum, Liverpool, On Occasion of the late Glorious Naval Victory. To which is prefixed, An Introductory Discourse on the Nature and Objects of Elocutionary Science. By John Thelwall (Liverpool: Printed, for the Author, by G. F. Harris; And Sold by R. Phillips [etc.], 1805) [ThelwJ,TrideOA].

Thelwall, John [1806], Monody On The Right Honourable Charles James Fox. By Mr. Thelwall. The Second Edition, Corrected (London: Printed ... by J. M'Greery ... And sold by Mr. Phillips [etc.], 1806) [ThelwJ,MonodOT].

Thom, William [1880], Rhymes and Recollections of a Hand - Loom Weaver. By William Thom. Edited, with a Biographical Sketch, by W. Skinner (Paisley: Alexander Gardner, 1880) [ThomW,RhymeAR].

Thomas, William Thomas [1821], Prison thoughts. Elegy written in the King's bench: In Imitation of Gray. Lines written on the back of a "horse" and All the World's at Law. By a Collegian (London: John Lowndes, 1821) [ThomaWT,PrisoTE].

Thomas, William Thomas [1827], Season, 1827. Songs, Duets and Glees, Sung in the open Orchestra, at the Royal Gardens, Vauxhall ([London]: Published by the Proprietors, [1827]) [ThomaWT,Seaso1S].

Thomas, William Thomas [1827], Songs, duets, trios, choruses, &c. &c. in Actors al fresco; or, The play in the pleasure grounds; (an occasional vaudeville,) first produced at the Royal Gardens, Vauxhall, 4th June, 1827. Written by W. T. Moncrieff ([London]: Published by the Proprietors, 1827) [ThomaWT,SongsDT].

Thomas, William Thomas [1829], Poems, by W. T. Moncrieff (Lambeth: Printed, (For Private Distribution Only) at the Author's Private Press, 1829) [ThomaWT,PoemsBW].

Thomas, William Thomas [1830], Old Booty! A serio - comic Sailor's Tale. By W. T. Moncrieff: Illustrated by Six spirited Engravings on Wood, from Designs by Robert Cruikshank (London: William Kidd, 1830) [ThomaWT,OldBASC].

Thomas, William Thomas [1830], The march of intellect, a comic poem (London: William Kidd, 1830) [ThomaWT,MarchOI].

Thomas, William Thomas [1832], The Triumph of Reform! A Comic Poem, By W. T. Moncrieff. Dedicated to the King. Illustrated with Six Plates by R. Seymour (London: Thomas Richardson; Sherwood & Co., [1832]) [ThomaWT,TriumOR].

Thomas, William Thomas [1850], An Original Collection of Songs, sung at the Theatres Royal, Public Concerts &c. &c. By W. T. Moncrieff (London: John Duncombe, [1850]) [ThomaWT,OrigiCO].

Thompson, Edward [1764], The Soldier. A poem. Inscribed to The Honourable General Conway (London: Printed for J. Almon [etc.], 1764) [ThompE,SoldiAP].

Thompson, Edward [1770], The Court of Cupid. By the Author of the Meretriciad. Containing the Eighth Edition of the Meretriciad, with great Additions. In Two Volumes (London: Printed for C. Moran [etc.], 1770) [ThompE,CourtOC].

Thompson, Edward [1770], Trinculo's trip to the Jubilee. Inscribed to John Stevenson Hall, Esq; By Mr. Thompson (London: Printed for C. Moran ... W. Flexney ... and R. Riddley [etc.], 1770) [ThompE,TrincTT].

Thompson, Edward [1776], The Seraglio; a comic opera, in two acts: as performed at the Theatre - Royal in Covent - Garden (London: Printed for T. Evans [etc.], 1776) [ThompE,SeragAC].

Thompson, Edward [1784], Bello Montè: or, the Misfortunes of Anna D'Arfet. A Nautic Poem. Written at the island of Madeira, in 1784, by Captain Edward Thompson (: , [1784?]) [ThompE,BelloMO].

Thompson, Francis [1913], The works of Francis Thompson (London: Burns and Oates, 1913) [ThompF,WorksOF].

Thompson, Francis [1917], Uncollected verses by Francis Thompson (London: Clement Shorter, 1917) [ThompF,UncolVB].

Thompson, Francis [1928], Youthful Verses by Francis Thompson (Preston: Harold Halewood, 1928) [ThompF,YouthVB].

Thompson, William [1757], Poems on Several Occasions, To which is added Gondibert and Birtha, A Tragedy. By William Thompson (Oxford: Printed at the Theatre, 1757) [ThompW,PoemsOS].

Thompson, William [1776], A poem on the Countess of Pomfret's Benefaction to the University of Oxford (Oxford: Printed by W. Jackson for James Fletcher ... and J. Rivington and J. Fletcher, 1776) [ThompW,PoemOTC].

Thomson, Isaac [1731], A Collection of Poems, Occasionally Writ On Several Subjects. By Isaac Thompson (Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed by John White [etc.], 1731) [ThomsI,ColleOP].

Thomson, James [1726], Winter. A Poem. By James Thomson (London: Printed for J. Millan ... and Sold by J. Roberts ... and N. Blandford [etc.], 1726) [ThomsJ,WinteAP].

Thomson, James [1830], The Poetical Works of James Thomson (London: William Pickering, 1830) [ThomsJ,PoetiWO].

Thomson, James [1895], The Poetical Works of James Thomson: The City of Dreadful Night: By James Thomson (`B. V.'): Edited by Bertram Dobell: With a Memoir of the Author: In two volumes (London: Reeves & Turner ... and Bertram Dobell, 1895) [ThomsJ,PoetiWO].

Thornbury, George Walter [1851], Lays and Legends or Ballads of the New World: By G. W. Thornbury (London: Saunders and Otley [etc.], 1851) [ThornGW,LaysALO].

Thornbury, George Walter [1857], Songs of the Cavaliers and Roundheads, Jacobite Ballads, &c. &c. By George W. Thornbury ... with illustrations by H. S. Marks (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1857) [ThornGW,SongsOT].

Thornbury, George Walter [1876], Historical & Legendary Ballads & Songs. By Walter Thornbury. Illustrated by J. Whistler, F. Walker, John Tenniel, J. D. Watson, W. Small, F. Sandys, G. J. Pinwell, T. Morten, M. J. Lawless, and many others (London: Chatto and Windus, 1876) [ThornGW,HistoAL].

Thornton, Bonnell [1749], An ode on Saint Caecilia's Day, Adapted to The Ancient British Musick. As it was performed On the Twenty - second of November (London: Printed for J. and J. Rivington ... and C. Corbet [etc.], 1749) [ThornB,OdeOSCD].

Thornton, Bonnell [1768], The Battle of the Wigs. An Additional Canto to Dr. Garth's Poem of the Dispensary. Occasioned by The Disputes between the Fellows and Licentiate of the College of Physicians, in London. By Bonnell Thornton (London: Printed by J. Lister ... And Sold by T. Davies ... T. Becket, and P. A. de Honi ... R. Davis ... R. Baldwin ... and F. Newbery [etc.], 1768) [ThornB,BattlOT].

Thrale, Hester Lynch [1766], Miscellanies in Prose and Verse. By Anna Williams (London: Printed for T. Davies [etc.], 1766) [ThralHL,MisceIP].

Thurlow, Edward, 2nd Baron Thurlow [1813], Poems on Several Occasions: By Edward, Lord Thurlow. The Second Edition, considerably enlarged (London: Printed by William Bulmer and Co.: Shakspeare Press, for Messrs. White, Cochrane, and Co. [etc.], 1813) [ThurlE2,PoemsOS].

Thurlow, Edward, 2nd Baron Thurlow [1814], Carmen Britanicum; Or The Song of Britain: Written in Honour of His Royal Highness, George Augustus Frederick, Prince Regent: By Edward Hovell Thurlow, Lord Thurlow (London: Printed by W. Bulmer ... for Messrs. White, Cochrane ... And Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1814) [ThurlE2,CarmeBO].

Thurlow, Edward, 2nd Baron Thurlow [1814], Moonlight: The Doge's daughter: Ariadne: Carmen Britannicum, or The song of Britain: Angelica, or The rape of Proteus: By Edward, Lord Thurlow (London: Printed by William Bulmer & Co. ... for Messrs. White, Cochrane, and Co. ... and Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [etc.], 1814) [ThurlE2,MoonlTD].

Thurlow, Edward, 2nd Baron Thurlow [1821], Select poems of Edward Hovel Thurlow, Lord Thurlow (Chiswick: C. Whittingham, 1821) [ThurlE2,SelecPO].

Thurston, Joseph [1737], Poems on Several Occasions: In which are included, The Toilette and The Fall. By Joseph Thurston ... The Second Edition (London: Printed for B. Motte, and C. Bathurst [etc.], 1737) [ThursJ,PoemsOS].

Thynne, Francis [1871], Emblemes and Epigrames. Psal: Quum defecerit virtus mea, ne derelinquas me, Domine. [A.D. 1600, by Francis Thynne ... ]: Edited by F. J. Furnivall (London: The Early English Text Society; N. Trübner & Co., 1871) [ThynnF,EmbleAE].

Tickell, Richard [1778], The Project. A Poem. The Fourth Edition (London: Printed for T. Becket, 1778) [TickeR,ProjeAP].

Tickell, Richard [1778], The Wreath of Fashion, or, The Art of Sentimental Poetry (London: Printed for T. Becket [etc.], 1778) [TickeR,WreatOF].

Tickell, Richard [1779], Epistle from the Honourable Charles Fox, Partridge - Shooting, to the Honourable John Townshend, Cruising (London: R. Faulder, 1779) [TickeR,EpistFT].

Tickell, Richard [1781], Songs, Duos, Trios, Chorusses, &c., in the Comic Opera of the Carnival of Venice, as it is Performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London: , 1781) [TickeR,SongsDT].

Tickell, Richard [1781], The select songs of the Gentle Shepherd. As it is performed at the Theatre - Royal, Drury - Lane (London: Printed for T. Becket [etc.], 1781) [TickeR,SelecSO].

Tickell, Thomas [1810], The works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cowper; including the series edited, with prefaces, biographical and critical, by Dr. Samuel Johnson: and the most approved translations. The additional lives by Alexander Chalmers. In twenty - one volumes (London: Printed for J. Johnson; J. Nichols and Son; R. Baldwin [etc.], 1810) [TickeT,WorksOT].

Tickell, Thomas [1931], Poems (1931) (In Thomas Tickell and the Eighteenth Century Poets (1685 - 1740): Containing numerous letters and poems hitherto unpublished: Compiled from his family papers by Richard Eustace Tickell (London: Constable & Co., 1931)) [TickeT,Poems1].

Tighe, Mary [1811], Psyche, with other poems. By the late Mrs. Henry Tighe. The third edition (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1811) [TigheM,PsychWO].

Tilney, Emery [1550], Here beginneth a song of the Lordes Supper (London: Imprynted ... by Wylliam Copland, and are to be solde by Robert Stoughton [etc.], [1550?]) [TilneE,HereBAS].

Todhunter, John [1876], Laurella and other poems by John Todhunter (London: Henry S. King & Co., 1876) [TodhuJ,LaureAO].

Todhunter, John [1879], Alcestis: A Dramatic Poem. By John Todhunter (London: Kegan Paul, 1879) [TodhuJ,AlcesAD].

Todhunter, John [1881], Forest Songs and Other Poems: By John Todhunter (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1881) [TodhuJ,ForesSA].

Todhunter, John [1888], The banshee and other poems: By John Todhunter (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1888) [TodhuJ,BanshAO].

Todhunter, John [1896], Three Irish Bardic Tales: Being Metrical Versions of the Three Tales known as The Three Sorrows of Story - telling. By John Todhunter (London: J. M. Dent, 1896) [TodhuJ,ThreeIB].

Todhunter, John [1905], Sounds and Sweet Airs: By John Todhunter (London: Elkin Mathews, 1905) [TodhuJ,SoundAS].

Todhunter, John [1918], From the Land of Dreams. By John Todhunter. With an introduction by T. W. Rolleston (Dublin; London: The Talbot Press; T. Fisher Unwin, 1918) [TodhuJ,FromTLO].

Tofte, Robert [1597], Lavra. The Toyes of a Traueller. Or The Feast of Fancie. Diuided into three Parts. By R. T. (London: Printed by Valentine Sims, 1597) [TofteR,LavraTT].

Tofte, Robert [1597], Two Tales, Translated out of Ariosto: The one in dispraise of Men, the other in disgrace of Women. With certaine other Italian Stanzes and Prouerbs. By R. T. (London: Printed ... by Valentine Sims [etc.], 1597) [TofteR,TwoTTOO].

Tofte, Robert [1598], Alba. The Months Minde of a Melancholy Lover, diuided into three parts: By R. T. Gentleman. Herevnto is Added a most excellent pathetical and passionate Letter, sent by Duke D'Epernoun, vnto the late French King, Henry the 3. of that name, when he was commanded from the Court, and from his Royall Companie. Translated into English by the foresaid Author (London: Printed by Felix Kingston for Matthew Lownes, 1598) [TofteR,AlbaTMM].

Tofte, Robert [1598], Orlando Inamorato: The three first Bookes of that famous Noble Gentleman and learned Poet, Mathew Maria Boiardo Earle of Scandiano in Lombardie. Done into English Heroicall Verse, By R. T. Gentleman (London: Printed ... by Valentine Sims [etc.], 1598) [TofteR,OrlanIT].

Tofte, Robert [1610], Honovrs Academie. Or the Famovs Pastorall, of The Faire Shepheardesse, Ivlietta. A worke admirable, and rare, Sententious and graue: and no lesse profitable, then pleasant to pervse. Wherein are many notable discourses, as well philosophicall, as diuine: most part of the Seuen Liberall Sciences, being comprehended therein: with diuers Comicall, and Tragicall Histories, in Prose, and Verse, of all sorts. Done into English, by R. T. (London: Imprinted ... by Thomas Creede, 1610) [TofteR,HonovAO].

Tofte, Robert [1611], [Ariostos seven planets governing Italie or his satyrs] (: , 1611) [TofteR,AriosSP].

Tofte, Robert [1615], The Blazon of Iealovsie. A Subiect not written of by any heretofore. First written in Italian, by that learned Gentleman Benedetto Varchi ... And Translated into English, with speciall Notes vpon the same; by R. T. (London: Printed by T. S. for Iohn Busbie [etc.], 1615) [TofteR,BlazoOI].

Tollet, Elizabeth [1756], Poems on Several Occasions. With Anne Boleyn to King Henry VIII. An Epistle. By Mrs. Elizabeth Tollet. The Second Edition (London: Printed for T. Lownds [etc.], [1756?]) [TolleE,PoemsOS].

Tourneur, Cyril [1600], The Transformed Metamorphosis. By Cyril Turner (London: Printed by Valentine Sims [etc.], 1600) [TournC,TransMB].

Tourneur, Cyril [1609], A Funerall Poeme. Vpon the Death of the Most Worthie and Trve Sovldier; Sir Francis Vere, Knight. Captaine of Portsmouth, &c. L. Gouernour of his Maiesties Cautionarie Towne of Briell in Holland &c. (London: Printed for Eleazar Edgar, 1609) [TournC,FunerPV].

Tourneur, Cyril [1613], Three Elegies on the most lamented death of Prince Henrie, The first written by Cyril Tourneur. The second written by John Webster. The third written by Tho. Heywood (London: Printed for William Welbie, 1613) [TournC,ThreeEO].

Townshend, Aurelian [1912], Aurelian Townshend's Poem and Masks: Edited by E. K. Chambers (London; Edinburgh: The Clarendon Press, 1912) [TownsA,AurelTP].

Traherne, Thomas [1932], The poetical works of Thomas Traherne faithfully reprinted from the author's original manuscript together with Poems of Felicity reprinted from the Burney manuscript and Poems from Various Sources: Edited with preface and notes by Gladys I. Wade (London: P. J. & A. E. Dobell, 1932) [TraheT,PoetiWO].

Traill, Henry Duff [1882], Recaptured Rhymes: Being a Batch of Political and Other Fugitives Arrested and Brought to Book. By H. D. Traill (London; Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1882) [TrailHD,RecapRB].

Traill, Henry Duff [1890], Saturday Songs. By H. D. Traill (London; Calcutta: W. H. Allen, 1890) [TrailHD,SaturSB].

Traill, Henry Duff [1892], Number Twenty: Fables and Fantasies: By H. D. Traill (London: Henry and Co., [1892]) [TrailHD,NumbeTF].

Traill, Henry Duff [1911], The Baby of the Future: By H. D. Traill. With illustrations by Honor. C. Appleton (London: Herbert & Daniel, [1911]) [TrailHD,BabyOTF].

Translator of Du Bartas [1595], The first day of the worldes creation: Or Of the first weeke of that most Christian Poet, W. Salvstivs, Lord of Bartas (London: Imprinted ... by I. Iackeson, for Gregorie Seaton, 1595) [TransOD,FirstDO].

Translator of Guarini [1602], Il pastor fido: or The faithfull Shepheard. Translated out of Italian into English (London: Printed for Simon VVaterson, 1602) [TransOG,IlPFOTF].

Translator of Theocritus [1588], Sixe idillia: that is, sixe small, or petty poems, or aeglogves, chosen out of the right famous Sicilian Poet Theocritus, and translated into English verse (Oxford: Printed ... by Ioseph Barnes, 1588) [TransOT,SixeITI].

Trapp, Joseph [1701], Aedes Badmintonianae: A poem Most Humbly Presented To His Grace Henry Duke of Beaufort, &c. and To Her Grace Mary Dutchess Dowager of Beaufort, &c. Upon Their Magnificent and Delightful seat in Gloucester - shire (: , 1701) [TrappJ,AedesBA].

Trapp, Joseph [1703], A prologue to the University of Oxford. Spoke by Mr. Betterton (: , [1703]) [TrappJ,ProloTT].

Trapp, Joseph [1713], Peace. A Poem: Inscribed to the Right Honourable The Lord Viscount Bilingbroke (London: Printed for John Barber ... and Henry Clements [etc.], 1713) [TrappJ,PeaceAP].

Trapp, Joseph [1731], The Works of Virgil: Translated into English Blank Verse. With large Explanatory Notes, and Critical Observations. By Joseph Trapp (London: Printed for J. Brotherton, J. Hazard, W. Meadows, T. Cox, W. Hinchliffe, T. Astley, S. Austen, L. Gilliver, and R. Willock, 1731) [TrappJ,WorksOV].

Trapp, Joseph [1745], Thoughts Upon The Four Last Things: Death; Judgment; Heaven; and Hell. A Poem In Four Parts. The Second Edition. To which are added, The I, CIV, and CXXXVII Psalms Paraphras'd (London: Printed for W. Russel [etc.], 1745) [TrappJ,ThougUT].

Travers, H. [1731], Miscellaneous poems and translations. By H. Travers (London: Printed for Benj. Motte [etc.], 1731) [TraveH,MiscePA].

Trench, Frederic Herbert [1924], Poems with Fables in Prose. By Frederic Herbert Trench (London: Jonathan Cape, 1924) [TrencFH,PoemsWF].

Trench, Richard Chenevix [1838], Sabbation; Honor Neale; and Other Poems. By Richard Chenevix Trench (London: Edward Moxon, 1838) [TrencRC,SabbaHN].

Trench, Richard Chenevix [1851], Poems from Eastern sources, Genoveva, and other poems. By Richard Chenevix Trench (London: John W. Parker and Son, 1851) [TrencRC,PoemsFE].

Trench, Richard Chenevix [1885], Poems. By Richard Chenevix Trench: New ed. (London: Macmillan, 1885) [TrencRC,PoemsBR].

Trussel, John [1595], The first rape of faire Hellen. Done into Poeme, by I. T. (London: Imprinted ... by Richard Iohnes [etc.], 1595) [TrussJ,FirstRO].

Trussel, John [1595], Triumphs Over Death (1595) (In The Triumphs over Death. Or, A Consolatory Epistle, for afflicted mindes, in the affects of dying friends. First written for the consolation of one: but now published for the generall good of all, by R. S. The author of S. Peters Complaint, and Moeoniae his other Hymes (London: Printed by V. S. for Iohn Busbie [etc.], 1595)) [TrussJ,TriumOD].

Tubbe, Henry [1915], Oxford Historical and Literary Studies; Issued under the direction of C. H. Firth and Walter Raleigh: Professors of Modern History and English Literature in the University of Oxford: Volume 5: Henry Tubbe by G. C. Moore Smith (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1915) [TubbeH,OxforHA].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1832], Sacra Poesis. By M. F. T. (London: James Nisbet, 1832) [TuppeMF,SacraPB].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1838], Geraldine, A Sequel to Coleridge's Christabel: With other poems. By Martin Farquhar Tupper (London: Joseph Rickerby, 1838) [TuppeMF,GeralAS].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1850], King Alfred's Poems: Now first turned into English Metres; By Martin F. Tupper (London: A. Hall, Virtue, &c., 1850) [TuppeMF,KingAPN].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1851], Ballads for the Times, (Now first collected,) Geraldine, A Modern Pyramid, Bartenus, A Thousand Lines, and other poems. By Martin F. Tupper. A new Edition, enlarged and revised (London: Arthur - Hall, Virtue & Co., 1851) [TuppeMF,BallaFT].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1851], Half - a - dozen no - popery ballads: with prologue and epilogue, by M. F. Tupper (Guildford; London: E. Andrews; Simpkin & Marshall, [1851]) [TuppeMF,HalfADN].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1851], Lectures delivered before the Church of England Young Men's Society for aiding missions at home and abroad, in Freemason's Hall. January and February 1851 (London: James Nisbet and Co., 1851) [TuppeMF,LectuDB].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1852], A dirge for Wellington. By Martin F. Tupper (London: T. Hatchard, 1852) [TuppeMF,DirgeFW].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1853], Half - a - dozen ballads for Australian emigrants: &c. By Martin F. Tupper (London: Thomas Bosworth, 1853) [TuppeMF,HalfADB].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1854], A batch of war ballads. By Martin F. Tupper (London: T. Bosworth, 1854) [TuppeMF,BatchOW].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1854], A dozen ballads for the times about White Slavery. By the Author of "Proverbial Philosophy" (London: T. Bosworth, 1854) [TuppeMF,DozenBF].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1855], Lyrics: By Martin F. Tupper. A New Edition (London: Arthur Hall, Virtue & Co., 1855) [TuppeMF,LyricBM].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1860], Three Hundred Sonnets. By Martin F. Tupper (London: Arthur Hall, Virtue, and Co., 1860) [TuppeMF,ThreeHS].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1868], Our Canadian Dominion. Half a dozen ballads about a king for Canada. From the pen of Martin F. Tupper, with some prose comments (London: Published by F. Algar, 1868) [TuppeMF,OurCDHA].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1870], A creed, etcetera. By Martin F. Tupper (London: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., 1870) [TuppeMF,CreedEB].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1874], Fifty of the Protestant Ballads, and " The Anti - Ritualistic Directorium, " of Martin F. Tupper ... New; and reprinted (London: William Ridgway, 1874) [TuppeMF,FiftyOT].

Tupper, Martin Farquhar [1887], Jubilate! An Offering for 1887: From Martin F. Tupper (London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1887) [TuppeMF,JubilAO].

Turbervile, George [1567], Commendatory poem to G. Fenton [1567] (In [Certaine Tragicall Discourses by G. Fenton] ([London]: , [1567])) [TurbeG,CommePT].

Turbervile, George [1567], Epitaphes, Epigrams, Songs and Sonets, with a Discourse of the Friendly affections of Tymetes to Pyndara his Ladie. Newly corrected with additions, and set out by George Turbervile (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Denham, 1567) [TurbeG,EpitaES].

Turbervile, George [1567], The Eglogs of the Poet B. Mantuan Carmelitan, Turned into English Verse, & set forth with the Argument to euery Egloge by George Turbervile (London: Imprinted ... by Henrie Bynneman, 1567) [TurbeG,EglogOT].

Turbervile, George [1567], The Heroycall Epistles of the Learned Poet Publius Ouidius Naso, In Englishe Verse: set out and translated by George Turberuile ... with Aulus Sabinus Aunsweres to certaine of the same (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Denham [etc.], 1567) [TurbeG,HeroyEO].

Turbervile, George [1568], A plaine Path to perfect Vertue: Deuised and found out by Mancinus a Latine Poet, and translated into English by G. Turberuile (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Bynneman for Leonard Maylard, 1568) [TurbeG,PlainPT].

Turbervile, George [1575], The noble arte of venerie or hvnting. VVherein is handled and set out the Vertues, Nature, and Properties of fiuetene sundrie Chaces togither, with the order and maner how to Hunte and kill euery one of them. Translated and collected for the pleasure of all Noblemen and Gentlemen, out of the best approued Authors, which haue written anything concerning the same: And reduced into such order and proper termes as are vsed here, in this noble Realme of England ([London?]: Imprinted by Henry Bynneman, for Christopher Barker, 1575) [TurbeG,NobleAO].

Turbervile, George [1586], To the Reader (1586) (In The Pleasaunt Historie of Lazarillo dé Tormes a Spaniarde, wherein is conteined his marveilous deedes and life. With the straunge adventures happened to him in the seruice of sundre masters. Drawen out of Spanish by David Rouland (London: Imprinted ... by Abell Ieffes [etc.], 1586)) [TurbeG,ToTR1].

Turbervile, George [1587], Tragicall Tales translated by Tvrbervile: In time of his troubles out of sundrie Italians, with the Argument and Lenuoye to eche Tale (London: Imprinted ... by Abell Ieffs [etc.], 1587) [TurbeG,TragiTT].

Tusser, Thomas [1580], Fiue hundred pointes of good Husbandrie, as well for the Champion, or open countrie, as also for the woodland, or Seuerall, mixed in euerie Month with Huswiferie, ouer and besides the booke of Huswiferie, corrected, better ordered, and newly augmented to a fourth part more, with diuers other lessons, as a diet for the fermer, of the properties of winds, planets, hops, herbes, bees, and approoued remedies for sheepe and cattle, with many other matters both profitable and not vnpleasant for the Reader. Also a table of husbandrie at the beginning of this booke: and another of huswiferie at the end: for the better and easier finding of any matter conteined in the same. Newly set foorth by Thomas Tusser (London: Henrie Denham [etc.], 1580) [TusseT,FiueHPO].

Tutchin, John [1685], [Poems on Several Occasions with A Pastoral; to which is added A Discourse of Life] (London: By J. L. for Jonathan Greenwood, 1685) [TutchJ,PoemsOS].

Tutchin, John [1689], An Heroick Poem upon the Late Expedition of His Majesty, To Rescue England from Popery, Tyranny, and Arbitrary Government. By John Tutchin (London: Printed and are to be sold by R. Janeway, 1689) [TutchJ,HeroiPU].

Tutchin, John [1689], Civitas Militaris. Or, A Poem on the City Royal Regiment of Horse. By John Tutchin (London: Printed for Langly Curtis [etc.], 1689) [TutchJ,CivitMO].

Tutchin, John [1690], A Poem upon Their Majesties Speeches to the Nonconformist Ministers ([London?]: , [1690]) [TutchJ,PoemUTM].

Tutchin, John [1691], A Congratulatory Poem To the Reverend Dr. John Tillotson, upon his Promotion to the Arch - Episcopal - See of Canterbury. By Mr. Tutchin (London: Printed for W. Haite, 1691) [TutchJ,CongrPT].

Tutchin, John [1691], The Tribe of Levi: A Poem (London: , 1691) [TutchJ,TribeOL].

Tutchin, John [1692], A Funeral Poem on the Death of the Reverend and Learned Divine Mr. Richard Baxter. Written by Mr. Tutchin (London: Printed for Richard Baldwin [etc.], 1692) [TutchJ,FunerPO].

Tutchin, John [1692], The Earth - quake of Jamaica, Describ'd in a Pindarick Poem. By Mr. Tutchin (London: Printed, and are to be sold by R. Baldwin [etc.], 1692) [TutchJ,EarthQO].

Tutchin, John [1694], An Epistle to Mr. Benjamin Bridgwater, Occasion'd by the Death Of the late Queen Mary. By Mr. Tutchin (London: Printed for Richard Baldwin [etc.], 1694) [TutchJ,EpistTM].

Tutchin, John [1696], A Pindarick Ode, In the Praise of Folly and Knavery. By Mr. Tutchin (London: Printed and Sold by E. W. [etc.], 1696) [TutchJ,PindaOI].

Tutchin, John [1697], A Search after Honesty. A Poem. By Mr. Tutchin (London: Printed for the Author, 1697) [TutchJ,SearcAH].

Tutchin, John [1698], White - Hall in Flames. A Pindarick Poem. Occasion'd by The late Burning of that Royal Palace. By Mr. Tutchin (London: Printed for the Author, 1698) [TutchJ,WhiteHI].

Tutchin, John [1700], The foreigners. A poem. Part I (London: Printed for A. Baldwin [etc.], 1700) [TutchJ,ForeiAP].

Tutchin, John [1701], The Apostates. A Poem. Written by the Author of the Foreigners (London: Printed for M. Fabian, 1701) [TutchJ,ApostAP].

Tutchin, John [1702], The British Muse: or Tyranny expos'd: A Satyr, Occasion'd by all the Fulsom and Lying Poems and Elegies, that have been written on the Death of the Late King James. To which is Added, A Smart Poem on the Generous Articles of Limerick and Galway (London: Printed for Eliz. Mallet, and Sold by the Williamite Book - sellers of London and Dublin, who are Haters of Tyranny and Slavery, [1702?]) [TutchJ,BritiMO].

Tutchin, John [1705], The Tackers ([London?]: , [1705?]) [TutchJ,Tacke].

Tye, Christopher [1553], The Actes of the Apostles, translated into Englyshe Metre, and dedicated to the Kynges most excellent Maiestye, by Christofer Tye ... wyth notes to eche Chapter, to synge and also to play upon the Lute, very necessarye for studentes after theyr studye, to fyle theyr wyttes, and also for all Christians that cannot synge, to reade the good and Godlye storyes of the lyues of Christ hys Apostles (London: Imprynted ... by Nycholas Hyll, for Wyllyam Seres, 1553) [TyeC,ActesOT].

Tynan, Katharine [1885], Louise de la Vallière and other poems: By Katharine Tynan (London: Kegan, Paul, Trench & Co., 1885) [TynanK,LouisDL].

Tynan, Katharine [1887], Shamrocks: By Katherine Tynan (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1887) [TynanK,ShamrBK].

Tynan, Katharine [1891], Ballads and Lyrics by Katharine Tynan (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1891) [TynanK,BallaAL].

Tynan, Katharine [1894], Cuckoo songs: By Katharine Tynan Hinkson (London; Boston: Elkin Mathews and John Lane; Copeland & Day, 1894) [TynanK,CuckoSB].

Tynan, Katharine [1896], A Lover's Breast - Knot by Katharine Tynan (Mrs Hinkson) (London: Elkin Mathews, 1896) [TynanK,LoverBK].

Tynan, Katharine [1898], The wind in the trees: A book of country verse by Katharine Tynan (Mrs. Hinkson) (London: Grant Richards, 1898) [TynanK,WindITT].

Tynan, Katharine [1901], Poems: By Katharine Tynan (London: Laurence and Bullen, 1901) [TynanK,PoemsBK].

Tynan, Katharine [1905], Innocencies: A book of verse: By Katharine Tynan (London; Dublin: A. H. Bullen; Maunsel & Co., 1905) [TynanK,InnocAB].

Tynan, Katharine [1907], The rhymed life of St Patrick: Written by Katharine Tynan: With pictures by L. D. Symington: And a foreword by Lieut. - General Sir William Butler (London: Burns & Oates, 1907) [TynanK,RhymeLO].

Tynan, Katharine [1908], Experiences: By Katharine Tynan (London: A. H. Bullen, 1908) [TynanK,ExperBK].

Tynan, Katharine [1908], Irish Poems. By Katharine Tynan (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1908) [TynanK,IrishPB].

Tynan, Katharine [1909], Lauds: By Katharine Tynan (London: The Cedar Press, 1909) [TynanK,LaudsBK].

Tynan, Katharine [1911], New poems by Katharine Tynan (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1911) [TynanK,NewPBKT].

Tynan, Katharine [1915], Flower of Youth: Poems in War Time: By Katharine Tynan (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1915) [TynanK,FloweOY].

Tynan, Katharine [1916], A Little Book of XXIV Carols (Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1916) [TynanK,LittlBO].

Tynan, Katharine [1916], The Holy War: By Katharine Tynan (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1916) [TynanK,HolyWBK].

Tynan, Katharine [1917], Late songs: By Katharine Tynan (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd., 1917) [TynanK,LateSBK].

Tynan, Katharine [1918], Herb o' Grace: Poems in War - Time: By Katharine Tynan (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1918) [TynanK,HerbOGP].

Tynan, Katharine [1922], Evensong: By Katharine Tynan (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1922) [TynanK,EvensBK].

Tynan, Katharine [1927], Twilight Songs: Katharine Tynan (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1927) [TynanK,TwiliSK].

Tyro, T. [1598], Tyros Roring Megge. Planted against the walles of Melancholy. One Booke cut into two Decads (London: Printed by Valentine Simmes, 1598) [TyroT,TyrosRM].

Udall, Nicholas [1868], Ballads from Manuscripts ... Ballads on the condition of England in Henry VIII's and Edward VI's reigns, (including the state of the clergy, monks and friars,) on Wolsey, Anne Boleyn, Somerset, and Lady Jane Grey; With Wynkyn de Worde's Treatise of a Galaunt (AB.1520 A.D.): Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall (London: Printed for The Ballad Society, by Taylor And Co., 1868 - 1872) [UdallN,BallaFM].

Underdowne, Thomas [1566], The Excellent Historye of Theseus and Ariadne. Wherein is declared her feruent loue to hym: and his Trayterous dealynge towarde her: Written in English Meeter in Comendacion of all good women: and to the Infamie of such lyght Huswyues as Phedra the sister of Ariadne was: which fled away wt Theseus her Sisters Husbande: as is declared in this History. By Thomas Vnderdovvne (London: Imprinted ... by Rycharde Iohnes [etc.], 1566) [UnderT,ExcelHO].

Underdowne, Thomas [1577], Ouid his Inuectiue against Ibis. Translated into English Meeter. Wherevnto is added by the Translator, a short draught of all the stories and tales contained therein: very pleasant to be read (London: Imprinted ... by Henry Bynneman, 1577) [UnderT,OuidHIA].

Urquhart, Sir Thomas [1641], Epigrams: Divine and Moral. By Sir Thomas Vrchard (London: Printed by Barnard Alsop. and Thomas Fawcet, 1641) [UrquhST,EpigrDA].

V. L. [1552], The pleasaunt playne and pythye Pathewaye leadynge to a vertues and honest lyfe, no lesse profytable, then delectable. U. L. (London: Imprynted ... by Nicolas Hyll, for John Case [etc.], [1552?]) [VL,PleasPA].

Vallans, William [1578], Commendatory poem to Whartons Dreame (1578) (In Whartons Dreame. Conteyninge an inuectiue agaynst certaine abhominable Caterpillers as Userers, Extorcioners, Leasmongers and such others, confounding their diuellysh sectes, by the aucthority of holy scripture; selected and gathered by Iohn VVarton (London: Imprinted ... by Iohn Charlevvod, for Paull Conyngton [etc.], 1578)) [VallaW,CommePT].

Vallans, William [1590], A Tale of Tvvo Swannes. VVherein is comprehended the original and increase of the riuer Lee: Commonly called Ware - riuer: Together, with the antiquitie of sundrie places and townes seated vpon the same. Pleasant to be Read. And not altogether unprofitable to bee understood. By W. V. (London: Printed by Roger Ward, for Iohn Sheldrake, 1590) [VallaW,TaleOTS].

Vaughan, Henry [1646], Poems, with The tenth Satyre of Iuvenal Englished. By Henry Vaughan (London: Printed for G. Badger [etc.], 1646) [VaughH,PoemsWT].

Vaughan, Henry [1650], Silex Scintillans: or Sacred Poems and Priuate Eiaculations: By Henry Vaughan (London: Printed by I. W. for H. Blunden [etc.], 1650) [VaughH,SilexSO].

Vaughan, Henry [1651], Olor Iscanus. A Collection of some Select Poems, and Translations, Formerly written by Mr. Henry Vaughan Silurist. Published by a Friend (London: Printed by T. W. for Humphrey Moseley [etc.], 1651) [VaughH,OlorIAC].

Vaughan, Henry [1655], Silex Scintillans: sacred poems and private ejaculations. The second Edition, In two Books; By Henry Vaughan, Silurist (London: Printed for Henry Crips and Lodowick Lloyd, 1655) [VaughH,SilexSS].

Vaughan, Henry [1678], Thalia Rediviva: The Pass - times and Diversions of a Countrey - muse, In Choice Poems on several Occasions. With Some Learned Remains of the Eminent Eugenius Philalethes. Never made Publick till now (London: Printed for Robert Pawlet [etc.], 1678) [VaughH,ThaliRT].

Vaughan, Robert [1542], A Dyalogue defensyue for women / agaynst malycyous detractoures ([London]: Imprynted by ... Robert Wyer ... for Rycharde Banckes, 1542) [VaughR,DyaloDF].

Vaughan, Sir William [1626], The Golden Fleece: Divided into three Parts, Under Which are discouered the Errours of Religion, the Vices and Decayes of the Kingdome, and lastly the wayes to get wealth, and to restore Trading so much complayned of. Transported from Cambrioll Colchos, out of the Southermost Part of the Iland, commonly called the Newfoundland, By Orpheus Iunior, For the generall and perpetuall Good of Great Britaine (London: Printed for Francis Williams, and are to bee sold at his Shop [etc.], 1626) [VaughSW,GoldeFD].

Vaughan, Sir William [1640], The Church Militant, Historically Continued from the Yeare of Our Saviours Incarnation 33. untill this present, 1640: By William Vaughan (London: Printed by Tho. Paine for Humfrey Blunden [etc.], 1640) [VaughSW,ChurcMH].

Vaux, Thomas, 2nd Baron Vaux of Harrowden [1870], The poems of Thomas, Lord Vaux ... Edward, Earl of Oxford ... Robert, Earl of Essex ... and Walter, Earl of Essex ... For the first time collected. Edited, with memorial introduction and notes. By the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart [in Miscellanies of The Fuller Worthies' Library] ([Blackburn]: Printed for private circulation, 1870 - 1872) [VauxT2B,PoemsOT].

Vennar[d], Richard [1601], Englands Ioy ([London]: , [1601?]) [VennaR,EnglaI].

Vennar[d], Richard [1605], The Trve Testimonie of a Faithfvll Svbiect: Containing seuerall exhortations to all estates, to continue them in their due obedience: together with the reward of a faithfull subiect to his Prince. Also a thanksgiuing to God for the happie deliuery of the house of Parliament from the late horrible treason (London: , [1605]) [VennaR,TrveTOA].

Vicars, John [1619], Epigrams of That most wittie and worthie Epigrammatist Mr Iohn Owen. Translated by Iohn Vicars (London: Printed by W. S. for Iohn Smethwicke [etc.], 1619) [VicarJ,EpigrOT].

Vitell, Christopher [Translator of Hendrik Niclas] [1574], A New Balade or Songe of the Lambes Feast [by Christopher Vitell?] (: , 1574) [VitelCT,NewBOSO].

Vitell, Christopher [Translator of Hendrik Niclas] [1574], Comoedia. A worke in Ryme contayning an Enter - lude of Myndes, witnessing the Mans Fall from God and Christ. Set forth by HN, and by him newly porused and amended. Translated out of Base - almaynes into English ([London?]: , [1574?]) [VitelCT,ComoeAW].

Vitell, Christopher [Translator of Hendrik Niclas] [1575], All the Letters of the A. B. C. by euery sondrye Letter wherof ther is a good Document set fourth and taught in Ryme ([London]: , 1575) [VitelCT,AllTLOT].

Vitell, Christopher [Translator of Hendrik Niclas] [1575], Terra Pacis: A true Testification of the spirituall Lande of Peace; which is the spirituall Lande of Promyse, and the holy Citee of Peace or the heauenly Ierusalem; and of the Holy and spirituall People that dwell therin: as also of the Walking in the Spirit which leadeth therunto. Set - foorth by HN: and by Him newly perused and more - playnly declared. Translated out of Base - almayne ([Cologne]: , 1575) [VitelCT,TerraPA].

Vox Populi Vox Dei [1868], Ballads from Manuscripts ... Ballads on the condition of England in Henry VIII's and Edward VI's reigns, (including the state of the clergy, monks and friars,) on Wolsey, Anne Boleyn, Somerset, and Lady Jane Grey; With Wynkyn de Worde's Treatise of a Galaunt (AB.1520 A.D.) Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall (London: Printed for The Ballad Society by Taylor and Co., 1868 - 1872) [VoxPVD,BallaFM].

W. L. [1603], Nothing for a New - yeares gift. By W. L. [William Lisle?] (London: Printed by T. C. for William Lugger [etc.], 1603) [WL,NothiFA].

Wade, Thomas [1825], Tasso and the Sisters: Tasso's Spirit: The Nuptials of Juno: The Skeletons: The Spirits of the Ocean. Poems, By Thomas Wade (London: John Letts, Jun., 1825) [WadeT,TassoAT].

Wade, Thomas [1835], Mundi et Cordis: De Rebus Sempiternis et Temporariis: Carmina. Poems and Sonnets. By Thomas Wade (London: John Miller, 1835) [WadeT,MundiEC].

Wade, Thomas [1839], Prothanasia: and other poems. By Thomas Wade (London: John Miller, 1839) [WadeT,ProthAO].

Wade, Thomas [1895], Poems (1895) (In Literary Anecdotes of the Nineteenth Century: Contributions Towards A Literary History of the Period: Edited by W. Robertson Nicoll ... and Thomas J. Wise: Vol. I (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1895)) [WadeT,Poems1].

Waite, Arthur Edward [1877], An Ode to Astronomy and other poems, by Arthur E. Waite, (Written at the age of Nineteen) (London: Hare & Co., 1877) [WaiteAE,OdeTAAO].

Waite, Arthur Edward [1904], The collected poems of Arthur Edward Waite: in two volumes ... With a Portrait (London: William Rider & Son, 1904) [WaiteAE,CollePO].

Waite, Arthur Edward [1921], The Book of the Holy Graal: By Arthur Edward Waite (London: J. M. Watkins, 1921) [WaiteAE,BookOTH].

Walker, William Sidney [1813], Gustavus Vasa, and other poems. By W. S. Walker (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [etc.], 1813) [WalkeWS,GustaVA].

Walker, William Sidney [1815], The Heroes of Waterloo. An Ode. By W. S. Walker (London: Printed for Whittingham and Arliss [etc.], 1815) [WalkeWS,HeroeOW].

Walker, William Sidney [1816], The appeal of Poland. An ode. Written on the commencement of the late campaign. By W. S. Walker (Cambridge; London: Printed for J. Deighton and Sons; and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [etc.], 1816) [WalkeWS,AppeaOP].

Walker, William Sidney [1852], The poetical remains of William Sidney Walker ... Edited with a memoir of the author by the Rev. J. Moultrie (London: John W. Parker, 1852) [WalkeWS,PoetiRO].

Waller, Edmund [1658], The Passion of Dido for Aeneas. As it is Incomparably exprest in the Fourth Book of Virgil. Translated By Edmund Waller & Sidney Godolphin (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley, 1658) [WalleE,PassiOD].

Waller, Edmund [1679], [A] poem on the Present Assembling of the Parliament. March the 6th 1678 ([London?]: , 1679) [WalleE,APOTPAO].

Waller, Edmund [1686], A poem on the Present Assembly of Parliament, November 9th. 1685 (London: Printed for George Powell [etc.], 1686) [WalleE,PoemOTP].

Waller, Edmund [1893], The Poems of Edmund Waller: Edited by G. Thorn Drury (London; New York: Spence & Bullen; Charles Scribner's Sons, 1893) [WalleE,PoemsOE].

Waller, Edmund [1926], On the marriage of Mrs. Frances Cromwell with Mr. Rich (1926) (In Essays & Verses About Books: By Beverly Chew (New York: , 1926)) [WalleE,OnTMOMF].

Walsh, William [1692], Letters and poems, amorous and gallant (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1692) [WalshW,LetteAP].

Walsh, William [1695], A Funeral Elegy upon the Death of the Queen. Addrest to the Marquess of Normanby. By Mr. Walsh (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1695) [WalshW,FunerEU].

Walsh, William [1706], Ode for the thanksgiving day (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [etc.], 1706) [WalshW,OdeFTTD].

Walsh, William [1749], The works of the most celebrated minor poets. Namely, Wentworth, Earl of Roscommon; Charles, Earl of Dorset; Charles, Earl of Halifax; Sir Samuel Garth; George Stepney, Esq; William Walsh, Esq; Thomas Tickell, Esq; Never before collected and publish'd together (London: Printed for F. Cogan [etc.], 1749 - 1750) [WalshW,WorksOT].

Walsh, William [1797], The Poetical Works of William Walsh. With the life of the author. Cooke's Edition. Embellished with superb engravings. (London: Printed for C. Cooke [etc.], [1797]) [WalshW,PoetiWO].

Walter, William [1520], The spectacle of louers, Here after foloweth a lytell contrauers dyalogue bytwene loue and councell / with many goodly argumentes of good women and bad / very compendyous to all estates / newly compyled by Wyllyam Walter (London: Imprynted ... by ... Wynkyn de Worde, 1520) [WalteW,SpectOL].

Walter, William [1937], Early English Versions of the Tales of Guiscarda and Ghismonda and Titus and Gisippus from The Decameron: Edited by Herbert G. Wright (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford: Oxford University Press, 1937) [WalteW,EarlyEV].

Walton, John [1894], [Prosperity, in] The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: Edited, from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat: [Vol. VII: Being a supplement to The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer] (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1894 - 1897) [WaltoJ,ProspIT].

Walton, John [1927], Boethius: De Consolatione Philosophiae: Translated by John Walton ... Edited with introduction, notes and glossary by Mark Science (London: Published for The Early English Text Society by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1927) [WaltoJ,BoethDC].

Ward, Edward [1691], The Poet's Ramble after Riches, or, a Night's Transactions Upon the Road Burlesqu'd; With Reflections on a Dissenting Corporation: Together, With the Authors Lamentation, in the time of Adversity (London: Printed by J. Millet [etc.], 1691) [WardE,PoetsRA].

Ward, Edward [1691], The School of Politicks: or, the humours of a coffee - house: a poem. The Second Edition Corrected and much Enlarged by the Author (London: Printed, and are to be Sold by R. Baldwin [etc.], 1691) [WardE,SchooOP].

Ward, Edward [1692], The Miracles Perform'd by Money; A Poem. By the Author of the Humours of a Coffee - house (London: , 1692) [WardE,MiracPB].

Ward, Edward [1695], Female Policy detected. On The Arts of a Designing Woman laid open. In Maxims proper to be observ'd by all, Especially the Youth of this Nation, to Arm themselves against the Subtilties and devices of Intreiguing Women. Divided into Six Chapters. I. Of their Allurements. II. Of their Inconstancy. III. Of their Love. IV. Of their Revenge. V. Of their Pride. VI. Of their Ingratitude. To which is added, Two poems, one in Commendation of Vertue, the other in Dispraise of Vice (London: Printed for Benj. Harris [etc.], 1695) [WardE,FemalPD].

Ward, Edward [1698], Ecclesia & Factio. A Dialogue between Bow - Steeple Dragon, and the Exchange Grashopper (London: , 1698) [WardE,EccleAF].

Ward, Edward [1698], O Raree - Show, O Pretty - Show: or, the City Feast (London: , 1698) [WardE,ORSOPSO].

Ward, Edward [1698], Sot's Paradise: or, The Humours of a Derby - Ale - House: with a Satyr upon the Ale (London: , 1698) [WardE,SotsPOT].

Ward, Edward [1699], A Hue and Cry after A Man - Midwife, Who has Lately Deliver'd the Land - Bank of their Money (London: , 1699) [WardE,HueACAA].

Ward, Edward [1699], A Walk to Islington: With a Description of New Tunbridge - Wells and Sadler's Musick - House. By the Author of The Poet's Ramble after Riches (London: , 1699) [WardE,WalkTIW].

Ward, Edward [1699], A trip to New - England. With a character of the Country and People, both English and Indians (London: , 1699) [WardE,TripTNE].

Ward, Edward [1699], Modern Religion and Ancient Loyalty: A Dialogue (London: , 1699) [WardE,ModerRA].

Ward, Edward [1699], The Cock - Pit Combat: Or, The Baiting of the Tiger, On Thursday March 9. 1698. (London: , 1699) [WardE,CockPCO].

Ward, Edward [1699], The World Bewitch'd. A Dialogue Between Two Astrologers and the Author. With Infallible Predictions of what will happen in this Present Year, 1699. From the Vices and Villanies Practis'd in Court, City and Country (London: , 1699) [WardE,WorldBA].

Ward, Edward [1700], A Journey to H****: or, A Visit paid to, &c. A Poem. Part II. Both Parts by the Author of the London - Spy (London: , 1700) [WardE,JournTH].

Ward, Edward [1700], A Journey to Hell or, a Visit Paid to the Devil. A Poem (London: , 1700) [WardE,JournTH].

Ward, Edward [1700], A Journey to Hell: or, A Visit paid to the Devil. A poem. The Second Edition (London: , 1700 - 1705) [WardE,JournTH].

Ward, Edward [1700], A step to Stir - Bitch - Fair: with remarks upon the University of Cambridge (London: Printed and sold by J. How [etc.], 1700) [WardE,StepTSB].

Ward, Edward [1700], A step to the bath: with a character of the place (London: Printed and Sold by J. How [etc.], 1700) [WardE,StepTTB].

Ward, Edward [1700], Labour in Vain: or, What Signifies Little or Nothing. Viz. I. The Poor Man's Petitioning at Court. II. Expectation of Benefit from a Covetous Man in his Life - time. III. The Marriage of an Old Man to a Young Woman. IV. Endeavours to Regulate Mens Manners by Preaching or Writing. V. Being a Jacobite. VI. Confining an Insolvent Debtor. VII. Promise of Secrecy in a Conspiracy. VIII. An Enquiry after a Place (London: , 1700) [WardE,LabouIV].

Ward, Edward [1700], The Dancing - School. With the adventures of the Easter Holy - Days (London: Printed by J. How [etc.], 1700) [WardE,DanciSW].

Ward, Edward [1700], The Insinuating Bawd: And The Repenting Harlot. Written by a Whore at Tunbridge, and Dedicated to a Bawd at the Bath (London: , 1700) [WardE,InsinBA].

Ward, Edward [1700], The Rambling Rakes: or, London Libertines. By the Author of The Step to the Bath (London: Printed and Sold by J. How [etc.], 1700) [WardE,RamblRO].

Ward, Edward [1700], The Reformer. Exposing The Vices of the Age: In Several Characters. Viz. 1. The Vitious Courtier. 2. The Debauch'd Parson. 3. The Factious Hypocrite. 4. The Wet Quaker. 5. The Covetous Miser. 6. The Prodigal Son. 7. The City Letcher. 8. The Insatiate Wife. 9. The Amorous Maid. 10. The Beau Apprentice. 11. The City Mob. 12. The Country Squire (London: Printed and Sold by J. How [etc.], 1700) [WardE,ReforET].

Ward, Edward [1701], Aesop at Paris, his letters and fables. Translated from the original French ([London]: , 1701) [WardE,AesopAP].

Ward, Edward [1701], Battel without Bloodshed: Or, Martial Discipline Buffoon'd by the City - Train - Bands (London: Printed and Sold by John How [etc.], 1701) [WardE,BatteWB].

Ward, Edward [1702], The Character of a Covetous Citizen, or, A Ready Way to get Riches. A Poem (London: , 1702) [WardE,CharaOA].

Ward, Edward [1703], The London - Spy Compleat In Eighteen Parts. By the Author of the Trip to Jamaica (London: Printed and sold by J. How [etc.], 1703) [WardE,LondoSC].

Ward, Edward [1704], Helter Skelter: or, The Devil vpon Two Sticks: a comedy, As it is spitefully Acted between High - Church and Low - Church, in Most Taverns about London (London: , 1704) [WardE,HelteSO].

Ward, Edward [1704], In Imitation of Hudibras. The Dissenting Hypocrite, or Occasional Conformist; with reflections On Two of the Ring - Leaders, &c. Viz. I. Their Works and Writings. II. Their Professions and Principles. III. Their Qualifications and Parts. IV. Their Persons and Practices (London: , 1704) [WardE,InIOHTD].

Ward, Edward [1704], The Revels of the Gods: or, a Ramble thro' the Heavens (London: Printed and Sold by J. How [etc.], 1704) [WardE,RevelOT].

Ward, Edward [1705], A Fair Shell, But A Rotten Kernel: Or, A Bitter Nut for A Factious Monkey (London: Printed: And Sold by B. Bragge [etc.], 1705) [WardE,FairSBA].

Ward, Edward [1705], A satyr Against Wine. With a poem In praise of Small Beer. Written by a Gentleman in a Fever, occasion'd by Hard Drinking (London: Printed: And Sold by B. Brag [etc.], 1705) [WardE,SatyrAW].

Ward, Edward [1705], The Grand Mistake: Or, All Men Happy if they Please. Shewing, I. How Beggars may be as Happy as Kings. II. The Sick as Easie as the Sound. III. The Barren Woman as Contented as the Fruitful (London: Printed and Sold by J. How, 1705) [WardE,GrandMO].

Ward, Edward [1706], The rambling Fuddle - Caps: or, A Tavern Struggle for a Kiss. By the Author of Hudibras Redivivus (London: Printed: And are to be Sold by B. Bragge [etc.], 1706) [WardE,RamblFC].

Ward, Edward [1706], The third volume, consisting of poems on Divers Subjects: viz. The I, II, and III Parts of the Journey to H--- The Charitable Citizen. All Men Mad. Helter Skelter. Honesty in Distress. A Satyr against Wine. A Poem in Praise of Small - Beer. On the Success of the Duke of Marlborough. Fortune's Bounty. A Protestant Scourge. A Musical Entertainment. A Satyr against the Corrupt use of Money. A Dialogue between Britannia and Prudence. The Libertine's Choice. With several other Poems never before Printed. By the Author of the London Spy (London: Printed, and sold by B. Bragg [etc.], 1706) [WardE,ThirdVC].

Ward, Edward [1707], The Secret history of the Calves - Head Club, Compleat: or, the Republican Unmask'd. Wherein is fully shewn, The Religion of the Calves - Head Heroes, in their Anniversary Thanksgiving - Songs on the Thirtieth of January, by them called Anthems, for the Year 1693, 1694, 1695, 1696, 1697, 1698, 1699, &c. ... The Sixth Edition, with large Improvements ... Written in the Time of the Usurpation, by the Celebrated Mr. Butler ... With a Character of a Presbyterian, written by Sir John Denham ... And the Character of a Modern Whig; or, The Republican in Fashion (London: Printed; and sold by B. Bragge [etc.], 1707) [WardE,SecreHO].

Ward, Edward [1708], Hudibras Redivivus: or, a Burlesque poem on the times. The Second Edition. To which is added, An Apology, and some other Improvements throughout the Whole (London: , 1708) [WardE,HudibRO].

Ward, Edward [1708], The Forgiving Husband and Adulteress Wife: Or, A Seasonable Present to the Unhappy Pair in Fanchurch - Street. By the Author of the Lodon - Spy (London: Printed and Sold by H. Hills [etc.], [1708]) [WardE,ForgiHA].

Ward, Edward [1708], The Modern World disrob'd: or, both sexes Stript of their pretended vertue. In Two Parts. First, Of the Ladies. Secondly, Of the Gentlemen. With Familiar Descant upon every Character (London: Printed for G. S. and sold by B. Bragge [etc.], 1708) [WardE,ModerWD].

Ward, Edward [1708], The pleasures of a Single Life, or, the miseries of Matrimony. Occasionally Writ Upon the many Divorces lately Granted by Parliament. With the choice, or, the Pleasures of a Country - Life. Dedicated to the Beaus against the next Vacation (London: Printed and Sold by H. Hills [etc.], [1708?]) [WardE,PleasOA].

Ward, Edward [1709], The Fourth Volume of the Writings Of the Author of the London - Spy. Prose and Verse (London: Printed for George Sawbridge [etc.], 1709) [WardE,FourtVO].

Ward, Edward [1710], The Tipling Philosophers. A Lyrick Poem. To which is subjoin'd, A short Abstract of their Lives and most memorable Actions (London: Printed: And Sold by J. Woodward [etc.], 1710) [WardE,TipliPA].

Ward, Edward [1710], Vulgus Britannicus. Or, The British Hudibrass (London: Printed for James Woodward ... and John Morphew [etc.], 1710) [WardE,VulguBO].

Ward, Edward [1711], The Life and Notable Adventures of that Renown'd Knight, Don Quixote De la Mancha. Merrily Translated into Hudibrastick Verse. By Edward Ward (London: Printed for T. Norris ... and A. Bettesworth ... J. Harding ... and Sold by J. Woodward [etc.], 1711 - 1712) [WardE,LifeANA].

Ward, Edward [1712], Miscellaneous Writings, in Verse and Prose, both Serious and Comical, containing Twenty One excellent Poems upon very diverting Subjects. Also Several pleasant Letters upon various Occasions both in Town and Country. With Merry Observations and Predictions upon every Month, and every remarkable Day throughout the Year. By Mr. Edward Ward. Vol. III. The Second Edition, with large Additions and Amendments (London: Printed by W. D. and Sold by J. Woodward [etc.], 1712) [WardE,MisceWI].

Ward, Edward [1712], The Quack - Vintners: or, a Satyr against Bad Wine. With Directions where to have Good (London: , 1712) [WardE,QuackVO].

Ward, Edward [1714], The Field - Spy: or, the Walking Observator. A poem. By the Author of the London - Spy (London: Printed: And Sold by J. Woodward ... and J. Morphew [etc.], 1714) [WardE,FieldSO].

Ward, Edward [1714], The Hudribrastick Brewer: Or, A Preposterous Union Between Malt and Meter. A Satyr Upon the suppos'd Author of the Republican Procession; or the Tumultuous Cavalcade (London: Printed for John Morphew [etc.], 1714) [WardE,HudriBO].

Ward, Edward [1714], The Mourning Prophet: or, Drooping Faction Reviv'd, By the Death of Queen Anne. A poem. By E. W (London: Printed for J. Woodward [etc.], 1714) [WardE,MournPO].

Ward, Edward [1714], The Republican Procession; Or, The Tumultuous Cavalcade. A Merry Poem ([London]: , 1714) [WardE,RepubPO].

Ward, Edward [1715], The History Of The Grand Rebellion; Containing the most Remarkable Transactions From the beginning of the Reign of King Charles I. To The Happy Restoration. Together with the Impartial Characters Of The Most Famous and Infamous Persons, for and against the Monarchy. Digested into Verse, in Imitation of the Lord Clarendon's History of the same. By Edward Ward (London: Printed for John Nicholson ... and Sold by J. Morphew [etc.], 1715) [WardE,HistoOT].

Ward, Edward [1715], The Lord Whiglove's Elegy: To which is added A Pious Epitaph upon the Late Bishop of Addlebury (London: , 1715) [WardE,LordWET].

Ward, Edward [1717], A collection of Historical and State Poems, Satyrs, Songs, and Epigrams. Being the First Volume of Miscellanies by the Author of the London Spy. Consisting of the following Poems: I. The Cavalcade, &c. II. The Hudibrastic Brewer. III. The L. Whiglove's Elegy. IV. An Epitaph upon the late Bishop of --- V. St. Paul's Church, &c. VI. The British Wonders. VII. Rustica Academiae Oxoniensis, &c. Latin and English. VIII. The Warwick Lady. IX. The Cuckoldy Yeoman. X. The English Foreigners. XI. The Conforming Parson. XII. An humble Offering to the best of Queens, &c. In all Seventy odd Poems, besides some Prose (London: Printed ... And Sold by A. Bettesworth [etc.], 1717) [WardE,ColleOH].

Ward, Edward [1717], British Wonders: Or, A Poetical Description of the Several Prodigies and Most Remarkable Accidents That have happen'd in Britain since the Death of Queen Anne (London: Printed and Sold by John Morphew [etc.], 1717) [WardE,BritiWO].

Ward, Edward [1720], A South - Sea Ballad: or, Merry Remarks upon Exchange - Alley Bubbles ([London]: , 1720) [WardE,SouthSB].

Ward, Edward [1720], The Delights of the Bottle: or, The Compleat Vintner. With the Humours of Bubble Upstarts. Stingy Wranglers. Dinner Spungers. Jill Tiplers. Beef Beggars. Cook Teasers. Pan Soppers. Plate Twirlers. Table Whitlers. Drawer Biters. Spoon Pinchers. And other Tavern Tormenters. A Merry Poem. To which is added, A South - Sea Song upon the late Bubbles. By the Author of the Cavalcade (London: Printed for Sam. Briscoe [etc.], 1720) [WardE,DeligOT].

Ward, Edward [1722], The Poetical Entertainer: Or, Tales, Satyrs, Dialogues, And Intrigues, &c. Serious and Comical. All digested into such Verse as most agreeable to the several Subjects. To be publish'd as often as occasion shall offer (London: Printed: And Sold by J. Morphew [etc.], 1722) [WardE,PoetiEO].

Ward, Edward [1723], Nuptial Dialogues and Debates: Or, An Useful Prospect of the felicities and discomforts of a marry'd life, Incident to all Degrees, from the Throne to the Cottage. Containing, Many great Examples of Love, Piety, Prudence, Justice, and all the excellent Vertues, that largely contribute to the true Happiness of Wedlock. Drawn from the Lives of our own Princes, Nobility, and other Quality, in Prosperity and Adversity. Also the fantastical Humours of all Fops, Coquets, Bullies, Jilts, fond Fools, and Wantons; old Fumblers, barren Ladies, Misers, parsimonious Wives, Ninnies, Sluts and Termagants; drunken Husbands, toaping Gossips, schismatical Precisians, and devout Hypocrites of all sorts. Digested into serious, merry, and satyrical Poems, wherein both Sexes, in all Stations, are reminded of their Duty, and taught how to be happy in a Matrimonial State. In Two Volumes. By the Author of the London Spy (London: Printed for T. Norris ... A. Bettesworth ... and F. Fayrham [etc.], 1723) [WardE,NuptiDA].

Ward, Edward [1724], The Wandring Spy: or, the Merry Observator ... Being the Sixth Volume of Miscellanies by Ed. Ward (London: Printed for the Author, And Sold by A. Bettesworth [etc.], 1724) [WardE,WandrSO].

Ward, Edward [1726], News from Madrid. The Spanish Beauty: Or, the Tragicomical Revenge. Interspers'd with the Humours of a Merry Tinker, in conveying off the Bodies of Three murder'd Fryars. A Poem. By Ed. Ward (London: Printed for the Author, and Sold by A. Bettesworth, 1726) [WardE,NewsFMT].

Ward, Edward [1729], Apollo's Maggot in his Cups: or, the Whimsical Creation of a Little Satyrical Poet. A Lyrick Ode (London: , 1729) [WardE,ApollMI].

Ward, Edward [1729], Durgen. Or, A Plain Satyr upon a Pompous Satyrist. Amicably Inscrib'd, by the Author, to those Worthy and Ingenious Gentlemen misrepresented in a late invective Poem, call'd, The Dunciad (London: Printed for T. Warner [etc.], 1729) [WardE,DurgeOA].

Ward, Edward [1730], To the Right Honourable Humphrey Parsons: Lord Mayor of the City of London. A Congratulatory Poem upon his Lordship's Accession to the Chair. By Edward Ward (London: Printed by J. W. and Publish'd by John Wilford [etc.], 1730) [WardE,ToTRHHP].

Ward, Edward [1732], The Parish - Gutt'lers: Or, the humours of a vestry. A Merry Poem (London: Printed for John King [etc.], 1732) [WardE,ParisGO].

Ward, Edward [1734], The fidler's fling at roguery. (Canto verace odioso.) In several canto's. to be successively continued (London: Printed for W. Smith [etc.], 1734) [WardE,FidleFA].

Ward, Edward [1756], A compleat and Humorous account Of all the Remarkable Clubs and Societies in the Cities of London and Westminster, From the R---l - S---y down to the Lumber - Troop, &c. Their Original with Characters of the most noted Members, containing great Variety of entertaining Discourses, Frolicks, and Adventures of the principal Managers and Members, a Work of great Use and Curiosity. Compil'd from the original Papers of a Gentleman who frequented those Places upwards of Twenty Years. The seventh edition (London: Printed for J. Wren [etc.], 1756) [WardE,ComplAH].

Ward, Frederick William Orde [1886], The cry of the woman - child. By Frederick Harald Williams (London: Elliot Stock, 1886) [WardFWO,CryOTWC].

Ward, Frederick William Orde [1888], Women must weep. By Prof. F. Harald Williams. First Edition (London: Swan Sonnenschein, Lowrey & Co., 1888) [WardFWO,WomenMW].

Ward, Frederick William Orde [1890], 'Twixt Kiss and Lip or Under the Sword. By the author of "Women Must Weep," Third edition (London: Gardner and Co., 1890) [WardFWO,TwixtKA].

Ward, Frederick William Orde [1894], Confessions of a Poet: By F. Harald Williams (London: Hutchinson, 1894) [WardFWO,ConfeOA].

Ward, Frederick William Orde [1897], Matin Bells and Scarlet and Gold. By "F. Harald Williams". First Edition (London: The Roxburghe Press, 1897) [WardFWO,MatinBA].

Ward, Frederick William Orde [1899], English Roses by F. Harald Williams (London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1899) [WardFWO,EngliRB].

Ward, Frederick William Orde [1904], The Prisoner of Love: By F. W. Orde Ward (F. Harald Wiliams) (London: Grant Richards, 1904) [WardFWO,PrisoOL].

Ward, Frederick William Orde [1916], Songs for Sufferers: (From a Sick - room): By F. W. Orde Ward (London: Charles H. Kelly, [1916]) [WardFWO,SongsFS].

Ward, Frederick William Orde [1917], The Last Crusade: Patriotic Poems (London: , [1917]) [WardFWO,LastCPP].

Wardlaw, Lady Elizabeth [1745], Hardyknute. A fragment of an antient Scots poem (Glasgow: Printed and sold by Robert Foulis, 1745) [WardlLE,HardyAF].

Warner, William [1602], Albions England. A Continued Historie of the same Kingdome, from the Originals of the first Inhabitants thereof: With most the chiefe Alterations and Accidents theare hapning, vnto, and in the happie Raigne of our now most gracious Soueraigne, Queene Elizabeth: Not barren in varietie of inuentiue and historicall Intermixtures: First penned and published by William Warner: and now reuised, and newly inlarged by the same Author: Whereunto is also newly added an Epitome of the whole Historie of England (London: Printed by Edm. Bollisant for George Potter [etc.], 1602) [WarneW,AlbioEA].

Warner, William [1606], A Continvance of Albions England: By the first Author. W. W. (London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston for George Potter [etc.], 1606) [WarneW,ContiOA].

Warren, Arthur [1605], The Poore Mans passions. And Pouerties Patience. Written By Arthur Warren (London: Printed by I. R. for R. B. [etc.], 1605) [WarreA,PooreMP].

Warren, John Byrne Leicester, 3rd Baron de Tabley [1860], Ballads and metrical sketches. By George F. Preston (London: W. Kent & Co., 1860) [WarreJB,BallaAM].

Warren, John Byrne Leicester, 3rd Baron de Tabley [1862], Glimpses of Antiquity: Being a collection of metrical sketches, in the form of ballads, lyrics, &c., with main reference to mediaeval times or classical subjects. By George F. Preston (London: W. Kent & Co., 1862) [WarreJB,GlimpOA].

Warren, John Byrne Leicester, 3rd Baron de Tabley [1863], Praeterita. By William Lancaster (London; Cambridge: Macmillan and Co., 1863) [WarreJB,PraetBW].

Warren, John Byrne Leicester, 3rd Baron de Tabley [1864], Eclogues and monodramas. Or, a collection of verses. By William Lancaster (London; Cambridge: Macmillan and Co., 1864) [WarreJB,EclogAM].

Warren, John Byrne Leicester, 3rd Baron de Tabley [1865], Studies in verse by William Lancaster (London; Cambridge: Macmillan, 1865) [WarreJB,StudiIV].

Warren, John Byrne Leicester, 3rd Baron de Tabley [1870], Rehearsals: A Book of Verses: By John Leicester Warren (London: Strahan & Co., 1870) [WarreJB,ReheaAB].

Warren, John Byrne Leicester, 3rd Baron de Tabley [1873], Searching the Net: A Book of Verses: By John Leicester Warren (London: Strahan & Co., 1873) [WarreJB,SearcTN].

Warren, John Byrne Leicester, 3rd Baron de Tabley [1893], Poems, dramatic and lyrical: By John Leicester Warren Lord de Tabley. With illustrations by C. S. Ricketts (London; New York: Elkin Mathews and John Lane; Macmillan and Company, 1893) [WarreJB,PoemsDA].

Warren, John Byrne Leicester, 3rd Baron de Tabley [1903], The Collected Poems of Lord De Tabley (London: Chapman & Hall, 1903) [WarreJB,CollePO].

Warren, Sir Thomas Herbert [1898], By Severn Sea and Other Poems: By T. Herbert Warren (London: John Murray, 1898) [WarreST,BySSAOP].

Warton, Joseph [1744], The Enthusiast; or the Lover of Nature (: , 1744) [WartoJ,EnthuOT].

Warton, Joseph [1747], Odes on Various Subjects. By Joseph Warton ... The second edition (London: Printed for R. Dodsley ... and sold by M. Cooper [etc.], 1747) [WartoJ,OdesOVS].

Warton, Joseph [1749], An ode, Occasioned by reading Mr. West's Translation of Pindar. By Joseph Warton (London: Printed for W. Owen [etc.], 1749) [WartoJ,OdeOBRM].

Warton, Joseph [1753], The Works of Virgil, in Latin and English. The original Text correctly printed from the most authentic Editions, collated for this Purpose. The Aeneid Translated By the Rev. Mr. Christopher Pitt, The Eclogues and Georgics, with Notes on the Whole, By the Rev. Mr. Joseph Warton. With several New Observatios By Mr Holdsworth, Mr Spence, and Others. Also, A Dissertation on the Sixth Book of the Aeneid, by Mr. Warburton. On the Shield of Aeneas, by Mr. W. Whitehead. On the Character of Japis, by the late Dr. Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester. And, Three Essays on Pastoral, Didactic, and Epic Poetry, by the Editor (London: Printed for R. Dodsley [etc.], 1753) [WartoJ,WorksOV].

Warton, Thomas, the elder [1748], Poems on Several Occasions. By the Reverend Mr. Thomas Warton (London: Printed for R. Manby and H. S. Cox [etc.], 1748) [WartoTT,PoemsOS].

Warton, Thomas, the younger [1745], Five Pastoral Eclogues: The scenes of which are Suppos'd to lie among the Shepherds, oppress'd by the War in Germany (London: R. Dodsley, 1745) [WartoTT,FivePET].

Warton, Thomas, the younger [1802], The Poetical Works of the Late Thomas Warton ... Fifth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. To which are now added Inscriptionum Romanarum Delectus, and An Inaugural Speech As Camden Professor of History, never before published. Together with Memoirs of his Life and Writings; and Notes, Critical and Explanatory. By Richard Mant (Oxford; London: At the University Press, for W. Hanwell and J. Parker; and F. and C. Rivington [etc.], 1802) [WartoTT,PoetiWO].

Warton, Thomas, the younger [1854], Poems of Gray, Collins and T. Warton (London: , 1854) [WartoTT,PoemsOG].

Washbourne, Thomas [1654], Divine Poems, Written By Thomas Washbourne (London: Printed for Humphrey Moseley, 1654) [WashbT,DivinPW].

Watkyns, Rowland [1662], Flamma sine Fumo: or, poems without fictions. Hereunto are annexed the Causes, Symptoms, or Signes of several Diseases with their Cures, and also the diversity of Urines, with their Causes in Poetical measure. By R. W. (London: Printed for William Leake [etc.], 1662) [WatkyR,FlammSF].

Watson, Sir William [1802], New poems: By William Watson (London: John Lane: The Bodley Head, 1802) [WatsoSW,NewPBWW].

Watson, Sir William [1880], The prince's quest and other poems: By William Watson (London: C. Keg