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ard, Viscount Byndon, and Wife of Arthur

THE RUINS OF TIME.
Gorges, Esquire.

Dedication to the Right Noble and Beautiful
Dedication to the Right Honourable and

Lady, Mary, Countess of Pembroke,

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Vertuous Lady Helena, Marchioness of
The Ruins of Time,

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Northampton,

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Altrophel : a Pastoral Elegy upon the Death
of the Most Noble and Valorous Knight,

MVIPOTMOS: OR, THE FATE OF THE BUTTERFLY,
Sir Philip Sidney,

544 Dedication to the Right Worthy and Veriu.
Dedication to the Most Beautiful and Ver, ous Lady, the Lady Carey,

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tuous Lady, the Countess of Ellex, ib. Muipotmos, &c.

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BRITAIN'S IDA. IN SIX CANTOS.
Dedication to the Right Noble Lady, Mary,

Daughter to the Most Illuftrious Prince,
George Duke of Bukingham,

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Canto I.

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Canto II.

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Canto III.

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Canto IV.

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Canto V.

Canto VI.
Glossary, explaining the Old and Obscure
Words in Spenser's Works,

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Dedication to the Right Honourable the
Lady Strange,

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The Author's Life,

677 ! Sedion That the Soul is a thing sublifting
The Preface to Sir John Davics's Poem on ! by itself, without the Body,

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Immortality of the Soul,

679 Sexion II. That the Soul is more than a
The Author's Dedication to Queen Elizabeth, 681 Perfection, or Reflection of the Sense,
'The Introduction,

682 | 3e&tion III. That the Soul is more than the
Of the Soul of Man, and the Immortality Temperature of the Humours of the Body, 688
thereof,

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685 1 Section IV. That the Soul is a Spirit,
VOL. II,

ib.

3 C

ib.

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Page Section V. Erroneous Opinions of the Crea- Section Xxxi. That the Soui cannot be detion of Souls,

689 Itroyed, Section VI. That the Soul is not ex traduce, 690 Section XXXII. Obje&ions against the ImOhjection. Answer, ib. mortality of the Soul,

701 Section VII. Reasons drawn from Nature, ib. Objection 1. Answer, Section VIII, Reasons from Divinity,

Objection II. Answer,

702 Section IX. Why. the Soul is united to the

Obje&tion N.

ib. Body,

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Answer,

703 Section X. In what manner the Soul is united

Objection IV. Answer,

ib. to the Body,

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Objedion V. Antwer;

ib. Section X1. How the Soul exercises her Section XXXIII. Three Kinds of Life anPowers in the Body,

ib. fwerable to the three Powers of the Soul, 704 Section XII. The Vegitative Power in the Section XXXIV. The Conclulion,

ib, Sout,

ib. Scaion XIII. The Power of Sense,

ib. Section XIV: Seeing,

ib.

HYMNS OF ASTREA, IN ACROSTIC VERSE. Section XV. Hearing,

694
J. Of Astrea,

705 Section XVI, Taste, ib. 11. To Astrea,

ib. Section XVII. Smelling,

ib.
Ill. To the Spring,

ib. Section XVIII. Feeling, 695 IV. To the Monch of May,

706 Section XIX. Of the Imagination, or Com

V. To the Lark,

ib, mon Sepse, ib. VI. To the Nightingale,

ib. Section XX. Fantasy,

ib.
VII. To the Rose,

ib. Sedicn XXI. Sensitive Memory,

ib.

Vill. To all the Princes of Europe, ib. Section XXII. The Passion of the Sense, ib.

IX. To Flura, Seclion XXII. Local Motion,

696 X. To the Month of September, 707 Section XXIV, The Intellectual Powers of

XI. To the Sun,

ib. the Soul,

ib.
XU. To her Picture,

ib. XII. Of her Mind,

ib. Opinion, Judgment, Wisdom,

ib.

XIV. Of the Sun-bcams of her Mind, ib. Section XXVI. Innate Ideas of the Soul, ib.

XV, of her Wit, Section XXVII. The Power of Will, and Re

XVI. Of her Will,

jb. lation between the Wit and Will,

ib.

XVII. Of her Memory, Se&tion XXVIII. The Intellectual Memory, 697 XVIII. Of her Fapcy,

ib. Section XXIX. The dependency of the Soul's

XIX. Of the Organs of her Miod, ib. Faculties upon cach other, .

ib.

XX. Of the Passions of her Heart, 709 Section XXX. That the Soul is Immortal,

XXI. Of the innumerable Virtues of proved by several Reasons,

ib.
her Mind,

ib. Reason 1. Drawn from the desire of

XXU. Of her Wisdom,

ib. Knowledge, 698 XXII. Of her Justice,

709 Reason II. Drawn from the Morion of

XXIV. Of her Magnanimity,

ib, the Soul,

ib.
XXV. Of her Moderation,

ib. Reason III. From Contempt of Death in

XXVI. To Envy,

710 the better Sort of Spirits,

699 Orchestra; or, a Poem expresling the AntiReason IV. From the Fear of Death in quiry and Excellency of Dancing. In a Wicked Souls,

ib, Dialogue between Penelope and che of her Reason V. From the general Desire of Wooers. Not finished. Immortality, 700 | Dedication to the Prince,

711 Reafon VI. From the very Doubt and Orchestra ; or, a Poem on Dancing, 71%

Disputation of Immortality,

ib.

sedion xxv, wit, Reason, Underfanding,

708

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