23. To EDWARD ALLEN
If Rome so great, and in her wisest age.
90. ON MILL, MY LADY'S WOMAN
When Mill first came to Court, the unprofiting fool.
91. To SIR HORACE VERE.
Which of thy names I take not only bears.
92. THE NEW CRY
Ere Cherries ripe, and strawberries be gone.
93. TO SIR JOHN RADCLIFFE
How, like a column, Radcliffe, left alone.
94. To LucY, COUNTESS OF BEDFORD, WITH MASTER DONNE'S SATIRES 244
Lucy, you brightness of our sphere, who are.
95. To SIR HENRY SAVILE
If, my religion safe, I durst embrace.
96. TO JOHN DONNE
Who shall doubt, Donne, whêr I a poet be
97. ON THE NEW MOTION
See you yon motion, not the old fa-ding.
98. To SIR JOHN ROE
Thou hast begun well, Roe, which stand well to.
99. TO THE SAME
That thou hast kept thy love, encreased thy will.
100. ON PLAYWRIGHT.
Playwright, by chance hearing some toys I'd writ.
101. INVITING A FRIEND TO SUPPER
To night, grave sır, both my poor house and I.
102. To WILLIAM, EARL OF PEMBROKE
I do but name thee, Pembroke, and I find.
103. TO MARY, LADY WROTH
How well, fair crown of your
104. To SUSAN, COUNTESS of MONTGOMERY
Were they, that named you, prophets? Did they see.
105. TO MARY, LADY WROTH
Madam, had all antiquity been lost.
106. TO SIR EDWARD HERBERT.
If men get name for some one virtue, then.
107. To CAPTAIN HUNGRY .
Do what you come for, Captain, with your news.
108. TO TRUE SOLDIERS
Strength of my country, whilst I bring to view.
109. TO SIR HENRY Nevil.
Who now calls on thee, Nevil, is a muse.
IIO. TO CLEMENT EDMONDS ON HIS CÆSAR'S COMMENTARIES, OBSERVED
Not Cæsar's deeds, nor all his honours won.
III. TO THE SAME ON THE SAME
Who, Edmonds, reads thy book, and does not see.
112. TO A WEAK GAMESTER IN POETRY
With thy small stock why art thou venturing still
113. To SIR THOMAS OVERBURY .
So Phoebus make me worthy of his bays.