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IX. The Advice .

14

X. In the Grace of Wit, of Tongue, and Face;

before J 593

15

XI. Fain would I, but I dare not

16

XII. Sir Walter Raleigh to his Son

18

XIII. On the Cards and Dice .

19

Xiy. The Silent Lover .

20

xv. A Poesy to prove Affection is not Love; before

1602

22

XVI. The Lie; certainly before 1608 ; possibly before

1596

23

XVII. Sir Walter Raleigh’s Pilgrimage; circ. 1603? 27

XVIII. What is our Life? The play of passion

29

XIX. To the Translator of Lucan; 1614

30

XX. Continuation of the lost poem, Cynthia; now

first published from the Hatfield MSS.;

1604-1618?

31

XXI. Sir Walter Raleigh's Petition to Queen Anne

of Denmark; 1618

52

XXII. Sir Walter Raleigh's Verses found in his Bible

in the Gate-house at Westminster; 1618 54

XXIII. Fragments and Epigrams :-

1. From Fuller's Wortbies

55

2. Riddle on Noel

55

3, 4. Two Quotations from Puttenham; 1589 56

5. Epitaph on the Earl of Leicester; 1588. 56

6. Epitaph on the Earl of Salisbury; 1612 56

7. A Poem put into my Lady Laiton's pocket 57

8. Sir W. Raleigh on the Snuff of a Candle

the Night before he died; 1618 . 57

XXIV. Metrical Translations occurring in Sir W.

Raleigh's History of the World, 1614 58

XXV-XXX. Six Poems ascribed to Raleigh on less

conclusive evidence:-

xxv. No Pleasure without Pain; before 1576 76

XXVI. The Shepherd's Praise of his Sacred Diana;

before 1593.

77

XXVII. The Shepherd's Description of Love; before

1600 [read 1593]

78

XXVIII. As you came from the Holy

Land

80

xxix. Shall I, like an hermit, dwell

82

XXX. To his singular friend, William Lithgow; 1618 83

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