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HE Hind and the Panther, in three Parts.
27 Part III.
52 Britannia Rediviva, a Poem on the Prince, born on the 10th of June, 1688
E P I S T L E S. Epistle 1. To Sir Robert Howard
117 II. To Dr. Charleton III. To the Lady Castlemain
123 IV. To Mr. Lee
125 V. To the Earl of Roscommon
127 VI. To the Duchess of York
130 VII. A Letter to Sir George Etherege 131 VIII. To Mr. Southerne
134 IX. To Henry Higden, Esq.
136 X. To Mr. Congreve
137 XI. T. Mr. Granville
140 XII. To Mr. Motteaux
142 XIII. To John Dryden, Esq. of Chesterton 144 XIV. To Sir Godfrey Kneller
ELEGIES AND EPITAPHS,
XIV. On the Monument of the Marquis of Win-
XVII. On the Duchess of Portsmouth's Picture ibid.
Songs, Odes, and a MASQUE.
VIII. A Song.
208 IX. A Rondelay
ibid. X. A Song
210 XI. A Song to a fair Young Lady
ibid. XII. Song from Marriage A-la-Mode XIII. A Song from Tyrannic Love
213 XIV. Alexander's Feait
214 XV. The Secular Masque
220 XIV, Song of a Scholar and his Mistress
225 PROLOGUES and EPILOGU ES. 1. Prologue spoken the first day of the King's House acting after the Fire
227 II. Prologue spoken at the Opening of the New House, March 26, 1674
228 III. Epilogue on the same Occasion
230 IV. Prologue to the University of Oxford, 1674 231 V. Prologue to Circe
233 VI. Epilogue intended to have been spoken by the
Lady Hen. Maria Wentworth, when Calista was
23+ VII. Epilogue to the Man of Mode
235 VIII. Epilogue to Mithridates
237 IX. Prologue to Cæsar Borgia
238 X. Prologue to Sophonisba, at Oxford, 1680 239 XI. A Prologue
240 XII. Epilogue to a Tragedy called Tamerlane 242 XIII. Prologue to the University of Oxford, 1681 243 XIV. Prologue to his Royal Highness, 1682 244 XV. Prologue to the Earl of Effex
246 XVI. An Epilogue for the King's House 247
XVII. Prologue to the Loyal Brother
by Mr. Hart, at the acting of the Silent Woman 257
Union of the two Companies, 1666 269