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Hope whose weak beeing ruin'd is 295 Impius ergò iterum clavos ? iterum
Hos quoq? an hos igitur saevi lacera- impius hastam 35
bitis agnos 310

Improba turba tace. Mihi tam mea
How fit our well-rank'd Feasts do vota propinquant 304
follow 147

Infantis fore te patrem, res mira
How life and death in thee 79, 233

videtur 30
Huc hospes, oculos flecte, sed lacrimis Infelix, Christum reus es quicunque
coecos 137

colendi 45
Huc ô sacris circumflua coetibus 164 In gremio, quaeris, cur sic sua lumina
Hunc quog maternâ (nimium nisi

Virgo 25
magna rogamus) 3.36

In proprios replicata sinus quae rep.
Hunc tu (Nile) tuis majori flumine serat, & jam 30
monstra 47

In shade of death's sad Tree 237

In tua tecta Deus veniet : tuus haud
Ignitum latus, & sacrum tibi gratulor

sinit illud 23
ostrum 336

I paint so ill my peece had need to be
If ever Pitty were acquainted 140

127
I frustra truculente; tuas procul aurea Ipse suum pelagus, morbóque immer-

sus aquoso 19
If with distinctive Eye, and Mind, Ipsos naturae thalamos sapis, imag
you looke 155

rerum 312
I late the roman youth's lov'd prayse Ipsum, ipsum (precor) ô potiùs mihi
& pride 284

(candide) monstra 26
Illa domus stabulum ? non est (Puer I sing Impiety beyond a name 349
auree) non est 50

I sing the Name which None can
Illa manus lavat unda tuas, vanissime say 193
Judex 42

'S murther no sin? Or a sin so cheape
Ille abiit. jamq ô quae nos mala cung

81
manetis 312

Istum? vile caput! quantum mihi
Ille Deus, Deus: haec populi vox gratulor, inquis 32
unica: tantùm 16

Ite meae lacrymae (nec enim moror)
Ille igitur vilem te, te dignatur asellum ite. Sed oro 181
35

Ite mei (quid enim ulteriùs, quid
Ille jubet : procul ite mei, mea gloria, vultis ?) ocelli 38

I vita; İ, perdam: mihi mors tua,
Ille niger sacris exit (quàm lautus !) Christe, reperta est 14
ab undis 15

I would be married, but I'de have no
Illi non locus est? Illum ergò pellitis?
Ille redit, redit. Hoc populi bona Jam cedant, veteris cedant miracula

murmura volvunt 158
Ille suum didicit quondam objurgare Jam coeli circùm tonuit fragor: arma,
magistrum 13

minásque 43
Ille ut eat tecum, in natių, tuių Jam credunt. Deus es. (Deus est,
salutem 318

qui teste palato 309
Illum (qui, toto currens vaga flammula Jamq pates. cordisq seram gravis hasta
mundo 51

reclusit 313
I miser, inque tuas rape non tua tem. Jesu, no more ! It is full tide
pora curas 18

241
Immo veni : aërios (ô Christe) accin-
gere currus 35

Κερματίοιο βραχεία ράνις, βιότοιο τ'
Imperiosa premunt morbos, & ferrea

αφαυρης 301
fati 28

Know'st thou this Souldier? 'tis a

rami 30

Wife 145

Illum 19

saxi 309

much chang'd plant, which yet 83,

243
Know you faire on what you looke

Muse, now the servant of soft Loves

no more go

IIO

Let hoary Time's vast Bowels be the

Grave 156
Let it no longer be a forlorne hope 73
Lex jubet ex hominum coetu procul

ire leprosos 27
Little-buzzing-wanton elfe 345
Live Jesus, Live, and let it bee 71
Lo here a little volume, but great

Book 278
Lo here the faire Chariclia! in whom

strove 144
Loe where à Wounded Heart with

Bleeding Eyes conspire 258
Look up, languisting Soul! Lo where

the fair 231
Lord, what is man? why should he

coste thee 234
Lord, when the sense of thy sweet

grace 277
Love, brave Vertues younger Brother

148
Love is lost, nor can his Mother

128
Love now no fire hath left him 153
Love, thou art Absolute sole lord

267
Luce suâ venit ecce Deus, mundóque

refulget 29
Luctibus in tantis, Christum ridere

vacabat 50
Ludite jam pisces secura per ae-

quora : pisces 34
Maenia Troiae-Hostis & ignis 178
Messis inauravit Cerei jam quarta

capillos 7
Mid'st all the darke and knotty

snares 79
Miraris (quid enim faceres ?) sed &

haec quoq; credis 33
'Mongst those long rowes of crownes

that guild your race 215
Monstrat Joannes Christum. haud res

mira videtur 311
Mors tibi, & Herodes instant: cùm

nuncius ales 314.
Musa redi; vocat alma parens Acade-

mia : Noster 154

Nam neq tam sola est. O quis malè

censor amarus 113
Nascere nunc; ô nunc! quid enim,

puer alme, moraris 159
Nasceris, en ! tecúmque tuus (Rex

auree) mundus 41
Nec facta est tamen illa Parens im-

punè; quòd almi 324
Ne mihi, tu (Pharisaee ferox) tua

lumina jactes 47
Ne miles velit ista loqui, tu munera

donas 56
Ne, pia, ne nimium, Virgo, permitte

querelis 323
Nescis Jacobus quantum hunc tibi

debeat ictum 305
Nil ait : Ô sanctae pretiosa silentia

linguae 23
Ni se dejiciat Christus de vertice

Templi 31
Nobiscum Deus est? vestrum hoc est

(hei mihi !) vestrum 36
Noli altum sapere (hoc veteres voluêre

magistri) 50
Non est 'hoc matris, sed (crede)

modestia nati 310
Non modò vincla, sed & mortem

tibi, Christe, subibo 16
Non satis est caedes, nisi stuprum hoc

insuper addas 56
Non solitâ contenta dies face lucis

Eoae 36
Non tibi, Christe, fidem tua tot mira-

cula praestant 20
No roofes of gold o're riotous tables

shining 289
Now is the noon of sorrow's night

223
Now Lord, or never, they'l beleeve

on thee 75
Now Westward Sol had spent the

richest Beams 119
Nox erat, & Christum (Doctor malè

docte) petebas 314
Νυκτελέησον εμήν. ελέησον. ναι του

εκείνο 304
Νυν έτι ημέτερον σε, Χριστέ, έχομεν

τον έρωτα 303
Nulla mihi (Luca) de te medicamina

POSco 49

furori 334

beatus 40

αυτόν 30I

Nulla (precor) busto surgant mihi Parce tuo jam, bruma ferox, ô parce

marmora : bustum 51
Nuper lecta gravem extinxit pia pagina Passenger who e're thou art 14?
febrem 317

Paule, nihil metuas. non fert haec
Nusqua immitis agat ventus sua mur- vipera virus 308
mura; nusquà 21

Pellitur inde sitis; sed & hinc sitis

altera surgit 49
O bone, discipulus Christi vis maximus Penè? quid hoc penè est? Vicinia
esse 47

saeva salutis 28
O felix nimis Illa, & nostrae nobile Πή ταχυεργός άγει πτέρυγ άστερόεσσαν
Nomen 109

έρετμος 302
O frontis, lateris, manuumq; pedum- Petre, cades, ô, si dubitas : Ô fide :
que cruores 26

nec ipsum 17
O Grex, Ô nimiùm tanto Pastore Petre, tua lateam paulisper (Petre)

sub umbra 27
“Οικος οδ' έσ' αυλη. ου μή τεός οίκος, Phaenix alumna mortis 180
'Ιησού 303

Φαίδιμε, μοι αυτόν μάλλον μοι δείκνυθι
O mihi cur dextram, mater, cur, oro,
sinistram 31

Post tot quae videant, tot quae
O mighty Nothing! unto thee 78

miracula tangant 55
O mihi qui nunquam nomen non dulce Post tot Scribarum (Christe) in te
fuisti 8

praelia, tandem 34
O mihi si digito tremat & tremat unica Posuit sub istá (non gravi) caput terrâ
summo 29

340
One eye? a thousand rather, and a Prende (miser) Christum; & cum
thousand more 80

Christo prende salutem 48
O nigra haec! Quid enim mihi candida
pectora monstrat 315

Quae, Christe, ambigua haec bifidi
On the proud bankes of great

tibi gloria teli est 59
Euphrates flood 88

Quae lucis tenebrae ? quae nox est
O quàm te miseri ludunt vaga taedia

ista diei 32

Quae mella, ô quot, Christe, favos in
Ωρα σε κείνος θήκεν αποφράδι 339

carmina sundis 317
Oro, quis es ? legat ista suo Baptista Quae secreta meant taciti tibi retia

Magistro 320
O sed nec calcanda tamen: pes im- Quae vehit auratos nubes dulcissima

probe pergis 59
O te te nimis, & nimis beatum 308 Quàm bene dispositis annus dat cur-
O these wakefull wounds of thine 85 rere festis 21
O thou the Span of whose Omni- Quàm tacitis inopina salus illabitur

potence 365
Ουδέν εγώ, Λουκά, παρά σου μοι Quando habeat gladium tua, Christe,
φάρμακον αιτώ 302

tragoedia nullum 52
'Ουρανού εκτύπησε βρόμος. πόλεμον Quantâ amor ille tuus se cunq leva.
και απειλάς 302

verit alâ 315
O ut ego angelicis fiam bona gaudia Quantumcunque ferox tuus hic (Petre)
termis 305

fulminat ensis 42
O vita, tantum lubricus quidam furor Quas Matthaeus opes, ad Christi
182

jussa, reliquit 48

Quicquid Ainazoniis dedit olim fama
Paenitet Artis 179

puellis 54
Pallas saw Venus arm’d, and streight Quicquid spina procax, vel stylo clavus
she cry'd 130

acuto 27

voti 319

verbi 315

nimbos 313

alis 37.

custos 21

adora 57

Quid datis (ah miseri !) saxis nolenti-

bus iras 35
Quid facis? ah! tam perversâ quid

volvitur irâ 337
Quid juvit clausisse fores (bone janitor)

istas 45
Quid mortem objicitis nostro, quid

vinĉla timori 319
Quid non tam foede saevi maris

audeat ira 317
Quid te, quid jactas alienis fructibus,

arbor 306
Quid tibi vana suos offert mea bulla

tumores 171
Quid volo (Christe) rogas ? quippe ah

volo, Christe, videre 38
Qui ferro Petrum cumulas, durissime
Quin & tu quoque busta tui Phoenicis
Quippe potes pulchrè captare & fallere

pisces 20
Quis deus, O quis erat qui te, mala

Saeva fides ! voluisse meos tractare

dolores 14
Saeve dolor! potes hoc? oculos quoq

perpluis istos 309
Salve, alme custos Pierii gregis 5
Salve. Jámq; vale. Quid enim quis

pergeret ultrá 9
Sanctorum in tumulis quid vult labor

ille colendis 48
Saxa ? illi? quid tam foedi voluêre

furores 40
Scilicet & tellus dubitat tremebun-

da: sed ipsum hoc 41
See here an easie Feast that knows

no wound 73
Seene? and yet hated thee? they did

not see 83
Serta, puer: (quis nunc flores non

praebeat hortus) 131
Shame of thy mother soyle! ill-

nurtur'd tree 347
Shew me himself, himself (bright

Sir) ở show 75
Siccine fraternos fastidis, improbe,

morbos 316
Sic magis in numeros, morituraq

carmina vivit 309
Signa tuis tuus hostis habet contraria

signis 53
Siste te paulum (viator) ubi longum
Sit tibi (Joannes) tibi sit (Jacobe)

quod optas 46
Sive oculos, sive vocem tua

sisti 132

ora

vitam 313

faemina, finxit 176
Quis malus appendit de mortis stipite
Quis novus hic refugis incumbit Tan-

talus undis 13
Quisquis es ille tener modò quem tua

mater Achilles 115
Quisquis nectareo serenus aevo 181
Quis Tagus hic, quae Pactoli nova

volvitur unda 44
Quòd fervet tanto circum te, Christe,

tumultu 53
Quorsum hos hîc nummos profers ?

quorsum, impie Simon 17
Reach me a quill, pluckt from the

faming wing 351
Res eadem vario quantum distinguitur

usu 24
Rich Lazarus! richer in those Gems

thy Teares 76
Rise heire of fresh eternity 89
Rise, Royall Sion ! rise & sing 248
Rise then, immortall maid! Religion

rise in
Rise, thou best & brightest morning

203
Saepe Dei verbum sentes cadit inter;

& atrum 24

vulnera; certè 40
Soe I may gaine thy death, my life

I'le give 343
Sordes ô tibi gratulamur istas 338
Sound forth, coelestiall Organs, lett

heavens quire 355
Spectásne (ah!) placidísque oculis

mea vulnera tractas 18
Spes Diva salve. Diva avidam tuo 327
Spèsne meas tandem ergò mei tenuere

lacerti 24
Squammea vivae 180
Stay, silver-footed Came, strive not

to wed 362
Strange metamorphosis ! It was but

now 356
Stulte Cupido 177
Sum pulcher : at nemo

diligit 375

tamen me

roofe 77

Thus have I back again to thy bright

name 272
Thy God was making hast into thy
Thy hands are wash't, but Ô the

water's spilt 75
Τίπτεπικομπάζεις κενεόν; ξεινω δε τε

καρπό 306
'Tis not the work of force but skill

190
Tolle oculos, tolle ô tecum (tua sy.

dera) nostros 319
To see both blended in one flood 81
To thee these first fruits of my grow-

ing death 84
To these, whom Death again did wed

291
To thy Lover 151
Tu Christum, Christum quòd non

negat esse, lacessis 20
Tu contra mundum dux es meus,

optime Jesu 43
Tu fruere ; augustóq; sinu caput abde

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Suppose he had been tabled at thy

Teates 80

Take these, times tardy truants, sent

by me 175
Tamne ego sim tetricus? valeant

jejunia : vinum 57
Tanquã illi insanus faceret sua ful-

mina ventus 37
Tantum habuit Baptista loqui, tot

flumina rerum 314
Tell me bright boy, tell me my golden

Lad 74

(quod ô tum 35
Tu mala turba tace, mihi tam mea

vota propinquant 318
Tu matutinos praevertis, sancta, ru-
Tune, miser? tu (Mundus ait) mea

fulmina contra 46
Tu piscem si, Christe, velis, venit

ecce, suúmque 42
Tu qui adeò impatiens properâsti

agnoscere Christum 41
Tu quoq dum istius miseri peccata

fateris 316
Tu tuis adsis, Venus alma, sacris 326
Twixt pen and pensill rose a holy

strife 189
Two devills at one blow thou hast

laid flat 80
Two Mites, two drops, yet all her

house and land 73
Two went to pray? ô rather say 77

Tempus adest, placidis quo Sol novus

auctior horis 331
Te quaero misera, & quaero: tu nunc

quoque tractas 37
That on her lap she casts her humble

eye 76
The bird, that's fetch't from Phasis

Aoud 346
The Complin hour comes last, to call

229
The early Prime blushes to say 219
The modest front of this small floore

157
The ninth with awfull horror heark-

ened to those groanes 225.
These Houres, & that which hover's

o're my End 230
The smiling Morne had newly wak't

the Day 127
The Third hour's deafen'd with the

cry 221
The wakefull Matines hast to sing 217
The world's light shines, shine as it

will 83
They have left thee naked, Lord, O

that they had 85, 244
This reverend shadow cast that setting

bores 14

Sun 134

Thou cheat'st us Ford, mak'st one

seeme two by Art 143
Though now 'tis neither May nor

June 364
Thou hast the art on't Peter, and

canst tell 84
Thou speak’st the Word (Thy word's

a Law) 78
Thou trim'st a Prophets Tombe, and

dost bequeath 81
Thou water turn'st to wine (faire

friend of life) 78

Ulmum vitis amat (quippe est & in

arbore flāma 39.
Unâ penè operâ duplicem tibi Dae-

mona frangis 55
Unda sacras sordes lambit placidis-

sima : flavae 38
Under thy shadow may I lurke a

while 74

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