11. On his Mistress, the Queen of Bohemia .
iv. To a Noble Friend in his Sickness
A short Hymn upon the Birth of Prince Charles 18
vi. An Ode to the King, at his returning from Scotland
to the Queen, after his Coronation there
vir. V pon the sudden Restraint of the Earl of Somerset,
then falling from Favour
vir. The Character of a happy Life
ix. On a Bank as I sate a Fishing. A Description of
x. A Translation of the CIV. Psalm to the Original Sense 36
xi. Tears at the Grave of Sir Albertus Morton (who was
buried at Southampton) wept by Sir H. Wotton . 40
xii. V pon the Death of Sir Albert. Morton's Wife . .
XII. This Hymn was made by Sir H. Wotton, when he
was an Ambassador at Venice, in the time of a
great Sickness there
xiv. A Hymn to my God in a Night of my late Sickness 49
PART II. POEMS FOUND AMONG THE PAPERS OF Sir HENRY
Wotton. From RELIQUIÆ WOTTONIANÆ, ED. 1685.
1. A Description of the Country's Recreations [Ignoto] 55
11. Imitatio Horatianæ Odes ix. Donec gratus eram tibi.
Lib. iii. A Dialogue betwixt God and the Soul
1. Doctor B[rooke] of Tears.
w. By Chidick Tychborn (being young and then in the
Tower) the Night before his Execution ..
v. “Rise, oh my Soul, with thy desires to Heaven"
vi. Sir Walter Raleigh the Night before his Death 73
vii. The World (Fra. Lord Bacon)
vi. De Morte [Ignoto]
x. John Hoskins to his little Child Benjamin from the
Part III. POEMS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES CHIEFLY BY Sir
1. The Lie (By Sir Walter Raleigh)
II, Sir Walter Raleigh's Pilgrimage