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C O N T E N T S.
OF F the danger His Majesty, being Prince, escaped in the road at St. Andero.
Page 1 Of His Majesty's receiving the News of the Duke of
8 On the taking of Salle.
9 Upon His Majesty's repairing of St. Paul's. To the Queen, occafion'd' upon sight of Her Majesty's Pi&ure.
13 Of the Queen.
15 The Apology of Sleep, for not approaching the Lady who
can do any thing but feep when she pleaseth. 17 Puerperium. To the Queen-Mother of France, upon Her landing. 20 The Country to my Lady of Carlisle. The Countess of Carlisle in Mourning. In answer to one who writ a Libel against the Countess of Carlisle.
23 Of her Chamber.
24 To Phyllis.
25 To my Lord of Northumberland upon the Death of his
To Mr. Henry Laws, who had then newly set a Song
Prologue for the Lady-Actors : Spoken before K. Charles II.
To a Lady, from whom he receiv'd the-foregoing Copy,