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:    front matter    pp. -4 - -1
Sat1:    "Away thou changeling motley humorist"    pp. 1 - 3
Sat2:    "Sir, though (I thank God for it) I do hate"    pp. 4 - 6
Sat3:    "Kind pity chokes my spleen"    pp. 7 - 9
Sat4:    "Well, I may now receive and die"    pp. 10 - 16
Sat5:    "Thou shalt not laugh in this leaf, Muse"    pp. 17 - 19
:    blank page    p. 20
ElBrac:    The Bracelet ["Not that in color it was like thy hair"]    pp. 21 - 24
ElComp:    The Comparison ["As the sweet sweat of roses in a still"]    pp. 25 - 26
ElPerf:    The Perfume ["Once and but once found in thy company"]    pp. 27 - 28
ElJeal:    Jealousy ["Fond woman which wouldst haue thy husband dy"]    p. 29
ElServe:    "Oh let not me serve so"    pp. 30 - 31
ElNat:    "Nature's lay idiot"    p. 31
ElWar:    Mercurius Gallobelgicus. ["Like √¶sops fellow Slaues, O Mercury"]    pp. 32 - 33
ElBed:    Going to Bed ["Come, Madame, come"]    pp. 33 - 34
ElChange:    Change ["Although thy hand and faith"]    p. 35
ElAnag:    The Anagram ["Marry and love thy Flavia"]    pp. 36 - 37
ElFatal:    On His Mistress ["By our first strange and fatal interview"]    pp. 37 - 38
ElPict:    His Picture ["Here take my picture"]    p. 39
Sorrow:    Elegia ["Sorrow, who to this house"]    pp. 39 - 40
EpLin:    Epithalamion Made at Lincoln's Inn ["The sun-beames in ye East are spred"]    pp. 41 - 43
:    blank page    p. 44
Storm:    The Storm ["Thou which art I"]    pp. 45 - 46
HWNews:    To Sir Henry Wotton ["Here's no more news"]    p. 47
HWKiss:    To Sir Henry Wotton ["Sir, more than kisses"]    pp. 48 - 50
RWThird:    To Mr. R.W. ["Like one who in her third widowhood"]    pp. 50 - 51
TWHail:    To Mr. T. W. ["All hail sweet poet"]    p. 52
noncan:    To Mr. J: D. ["Thou lendst me your three rimes"]    p. 53
TWHarsh:    To Mr. T. W. ["Haste thee harsh verse"]    p. 53
ED:    To. E. of D. with Six Holy Sonnets ["See, Sir, how as the sun's"]    p. 54
TWPreg:    To Mr. T. W. ["Pregnant again"]    p. 54
TWHence:    To. Mr. T. W. ["At once, from hence"]    p. 55
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