Elegy upon the Death of Mrs. Bulstrode. [Language thou art too
BoulRec Elegy on Mrs. Bulstrode. [Death, I recant]
The First Anniversary. An Anatomy of the World. [When that rich
A Funeral Elegy. ['Tis lost to
trust a tomb]
letter) To Sir Robert Carr.
[Sir, I presume you
rather trye what you can doe]
An Hymn to the Saints and to the Marquis Hamilton. [Whether that
soul which now comes]
letter) To the Countesse of Bedford
the Lord Harrington [Madame, I have learnd by those lawes]
Obsequies upon the Lord Harrington. [Fair
soul, which wast not only]
Elegy on the Untimely Death of . . .
Henry. [Look to me, Faith]
Elegy on the Lady
[Man is the world]
The Second Anniversary.
the Soul. [Nothing could make me sooner]
Elegia. [Sorrow, who to this house]