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Thomas Fairfax's Poetry: The Reed Edition


Edward Bliss Reed
Edward Bliss Reed

Edward Bliss Reed (ed.), "The Poems of Thomas Fairfax From MS. Fairfax 40 In the Bodleian Library, Oxford", Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 14 (1909), pp. 237–290.

Contents

  • "The Poems of Thomas Fairfax" [introduction by EBR], pp. 239–248
  • "Table of Contents of MS Fairfax 40", pp. 249–251
  • "The Preface to the Psalmes", p. 252
  • "Psal 1", p. 252
  • "Psal 19", pp. 252–253
  • "Psal 23", pp. 253–254
  • "Songs of the Old & New Testiment", pp. 254–260
    • "Moses Songe / Exodus 15", pp. 254–256
    • "Dauids Lamentation for Saule & Jonathan. / 2 Sam : 1", pp. 256–257
    • "Hezekiahs-Songe / Isaiah 38", pp. 257–259
    • "Simeon's Songe", p. 259
    • [The Songe of Salomon], pp. 259–260
        "Chapt 2", pp. 259–260
  • "Honny dropps", pp. 260–261
  • "A Songe of Prayse"
  • "The Recreations of my Solitude / T : F", pp. 263–290
    • "The Solitude", pp. 263–270 [EBR provides St. Amant's original (French) on the even pages]
    • "On a Faire Wife / to Coregio", pp. 271–272
    • "Of Beauty", p. 272
    • "Vpon a Patch Face", p. 272
    • "Vpon an ill Husband", p. 273
    • "Of Enuy", p. 273
    • "Of Anger", pp. 273–274
    • "Of Virtue", pp. 274–275
    • "Nature & Fortune", p. 275
    • "The Christian War-fare", pp. 275–278
    • "Life & Death Compared together", pp. 278–279
    • "Vpon a Fontaine", p. 279 [EBR provides Malherbe's original (French) at the bottom of the page]
    • "Vpon the New-built / House att Apleton", p. 279
    • "Shortness of Life", p. 279
    • "Epitaph on A V dieng Younge", p. 280
    • "The Lady Caryes / Elogy on my deare Wife", p. 280 [Here, TF reproduces verses by Mary, Lady Carey (c. 1609–c. 1680), to which he responds in the following poem]
    • "To the Lady Cary / Vpoon her Verses on my deare Wife", p. 281
    • "On the Fatal day / Jan : 30 1648", pp. 281–282
    • "Of Inpartial Fate", p. 282
    • "A Carracter of the Romish / Church by Francisco Petrarca / Laura Can : 106", pp. 282–283
    • "Vpon the Horse wch his Matie / Rode vpon att his Coronation 1660", p. 284
    • "Vulgar Proverbs" (selection), pp. 284–286
    • "The teares of France for the / deplorable death of Henry 4 / surnamed the Great", pp. 287–290 [EBR provides Anne de Rohan's original (French) on the even pages]

 


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