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Music's Duel.

To the Morning.

On a Foul Morning.

Wishes to his Supposed Mistress.

Love's Horoscope.

An Epitaph upon Mr. Ashton.

Upon the Death of the most desired Mr. Herrys.

An Epitaph upon a Young Married Couple.

Death's Lecture and the Funeral of a Young Gentleman.

Temperance. Of the Cheap Physician.

A Song: Out of the Italian ("To thy lover ").

Out of Catullus ("Come and let us live").

Cupid's Crier (Out of the Greek).
Epigram Upon Ford's Two Tragedies.


Sospetto d'Herode.

From the Italian Poet Marino's

"Strage degli Innocenti," Book i.

Dies irae, dies illa. From the Latin Hymn.

Description of a Religious House. From the Latin of Barclay's Argenis, in Lib. v., Cap. 9.

Music's Duel. From the Latin of Strada's Prolusiones. In the Praise of the Spring. From the Latin of Virgil's Georg. ii., 323-345.

The Beginning of Heliodorus.

From the Greek prose of Heliodorus' Ethiopica, Lib. i., Cap. 1.

Cupid's Crier. From the Greek of Moschus' first Idyll.

Out of Catullus: "Come and let us live, my dear." From
the Latin of Catullus' Carm. v. = 2.
Alexias. From the Latin of Francis Remond.
From Petronius ("The bird that's fetch'd.")
Petronius' Satyricon, Cap. 93

From Horace ("Shame of my mother soil.")
Latin of Horace: Odes, II., xiii.


From the


Sacred Epigrams Englished. London, 1682.

Ellis, G. Specimens of the Early English Poets, 3 vols., 1801. Crashaw, vol. iii., pp. 197-201.

Headley, H. Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry. 2 vols., 1810. Crashaw, p. xxxvi., pp. 130-149. Cattermole, R. Sacred Poetry of the Seventeenth Century. 2 vols., 1836. Crashaw, vol. i., pp. 331-349;

vol. ii., pp. 221-243.

Gems of Sacred Poetry. 2 vols., London, 1841. Crashaw, vol. i., pp. 200-213.

Campbell, Thos. Specimens of the British Poets, 1841. Crashaw, pp. 198-200.

Trench, R. C. Household Book of English Poetry, 1868. Crashaw, p. 135.

Emerson, R. W. Parnassus, 1874.

poems by Crashaw.

Ward, T. H. English Poets. 4 vols.

G. A. Simcox, vol. ii., pp. 206-209.

Contains two short

Crashaw, by


Corser, Rev. Thomas. Collectanea Anglo-Poetica. parts, 1860-80. R. Crashaw, part iv., 1869, pp. 508-520.

Palgrave, F. T. Golden Treasury of Songs and Lyrics. 1861, pp. 66-68.

Morley, Henry. Cassell's Library of English Literature. Illustrations of English Religion. Crashaw, pp.

278, 279.

Morley, Henry. Cassell's Library of English Literature. Shorter English Poems. Crashaw, pp. 296-297. Linton, W. J. Rare Poems of Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: mdccclxxxiii. Crashaw, pp. 124-128. Palgrave, F. T. Treasury of Sacred Song, 1889. Cra

shaw, pp. 111-113.

The Magazine of Poetry. (Buffalo, N.Y.) Vol. i., 1889.

Crashaw, pp. 91-94.

Watson, W.

Lyric Love: an Anthology, 1892. Cra

shaw, p. 170. Locker-Lampson, F. Lyra Elegantiarum, 1892. Cra

shaw, cciv.


Shipley, Orby. Carmina Mariana, 1893. Richard Crashaw, pp. 113-118.

Dircks, W. H. Cavalier and Courtier Lyrists, N.D. Crashaw, pp. 87-93.

Saintsbury, Geo. E. B. Seventeenth Century Lyrics, 1893. Crashaw, pp. 237-239, 243-249. Beeching, H. C. Lyra Sacra, 1895. Crashaw, pp.

Craik, G. L. History of English Literature. In 6 vols. 1845. Vol. iv., Crashaw, pp. 17-18.

Hallam, Henry. Introduction to the Literature of Europe. Chapter xxii.

Selden, John. Table-Talk; with Notes by D. Irving, LL.D. Edinburgh, 1854, pp. 147-8.

England's Antiphon. By Geo. Macdonald, Ll.d. Ch. Crashaw and Marvell.


Smith, Dr. Smaller History of English Literature. 2nd ed., 1872. Crashaw, pp. 105-6.

Notes and Queries.

Poem in his works by Bp. Rainbow, ser. ii., vol. iv., p. 286.

Crashaw and Shelley, by D. F. M'Carthy and others, ser. ii., vol. v., pp. 449-452, 516-518; vi., pp. 94-96, 234, 235.

Crashaw noticed, ser. iv., vol. i., pp. 208, 209, 280. Translations, ser. iv., vol. i., pp. 416, 417; ii., p. 134. Crashaw and John Milton, ser. iv., vol. i., pp. 4, 5, 37. "An Elegie" attributed to him, ser. iv., vol. i., pp. 334, 335.

Crashaw and his patrons, ser. iv., vol. i., p. 450.

and his Italian songs, ser. iv., vol. v., p. 173. and Tertullian, ser. v., vol. vi., p. 169, 233. and Aaron Hill, ser. vi., vol. viii., pp. 165, 166, 294; ser. vii., vol. v., p. 301. The Owens College [Manchester] Magazine. Richard Crashaw and John Henry Newman, their Poetic

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Kinship. By John Finlayson. Vol. vi., 1874. Part i., pp. 137-148; part ii., pp. 174-188. Chambers' Cyclopedia of English Literature, 1876. Vol. i. Crashaw, pp. 249-252. Encyclopedia Britannica. Ninth ed., 1877. Crashaw, by E. W. Gosse, vol. vi., p. 553.

Catholic World, 1880. Crashaw, vol. xxxii., pp. 138-140. American Catholic Quarterly Review, 1881. Richard Crashaw, vol. vi. pp. 445-480.

Cornhill Magazine, 1883. Richard Crashaw, by Edmund W. Gosse, vol. xlvii., pp. 424-438. Reprinted in "Seventeenth-Century Studies," 1883.

Gosse, Edmund W., Seventeenth-Century Studies, 1883. Appeared originally

Richard Crashaw, pp. 141-167. in Cornhill Magazine for 1883. The Spectator, Jan. 28th, 1888.

Poems of Richard

Crashaw. Selected by J. R. Tutin, pp. 144, 145. The Saturday Review, March 17th, 1888. New Poems by Crashaw, ed. by A. B. Grosart, pp. 323, 324. Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1895. Crashaw, vol. iii., pp. 547, 548.

The Academy, Nov. 20th, 1897. Excursions in Criticism, vi. Crashaw, by F. Thompson, pp. 427, 428.

Gt. Fencote, near Bedale,

Yorks., Sept. 1st, 1899.


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