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SONGS, ODES, AND A MASQUE.
The Fair Stranger, a Song
On the Young Statesmen
VA Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687
Song. Farewell, Fair Armida
The Lady's Song
Song, ' Fair, sweet, and young, receive a prize'
Song,' High state and honours to others impart'.
Song, 'Go tell Amynta, gentle swain?
Song to a Fair Young Lady
Alexander's Feast; or, The Power of Music
Veni Creator Spiritus, paraphrased
The Secular Masque
Song of a Scholar and his Mistress
ongs in the Indian Emperor
Song in the Maiden Queen
Songs in the Conquest of Granada
Song of the Sea-Fight, in Amboyna
Incantation in Edipus
Songs in Albion and Albanius
Songs in King Arthur
Song of Jealousy, in Love Triumphant
PROLOGUES AND EPILOGUES.
Prologue to the Rival Ladies
Prologue to the Indian Queen
Epilogue to the Indian Queen
Epilogue to the Indian Emperor
Prologue to Sir Martin Marr-All
Prologue to the Tempest
Prologue to Tyrannic Love
Epilogue to the Wild Gallant
Prologue, spoken the first day of the King's House
acting after the fire .
Epilogue to the Second Part of the Conquest of
Prologue to Amboyna
Epilogue to Amboyna .
Prologue, spoken at the opening of the New House 58
Prologue to the University of Oxford
Prologue to Circe
Epilogue, intended to have been spoken by the Lady
Hen. Mar. Wentworth.
Prologue to Aurengzebe
Epilogue to the Man of Mode
Epilogue to All for Love
Prologue to Limberham
Epilogue to Mithridates, King of Pontus
Prologue to Edipus
Epilogue to Edipus
Prologue to Troilus and Cressida
Prologue to Cæsar Borgia
Prologue to Sophonisba
Prologue to His Royal Highness
Prologue to the Earl of Essex
An Epilogue for the King's House
Prologue to the Loyal Brother
Prologue to the King and Queen
Epilogue, spoken by Mr. Hart
Epilogue, spoken by Mrs. Marshall
Prologue to Albion and Albanius