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Plays, Poems, and Miscellaneous Writings Associated with George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham
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VOLUME I; List of Illustrations; Abbreviations and Works Frequently Cited; Introduction; WORKS ASSOCIATED WITH BUCKINGHAM; The Chances; Sir Politick Would-be by Saint-Evremond, the Duke of Buckingham, and the Sieur d'Aubigny; The Country Gentleman by Sir Robert Howard and the Duke of Buckingham; The Rehearsal; The Restauration; or, Right will Take Place; Untitled Verse Play Fragment ['Theodorick']; CRITICAL APPARATUS; Explanatory Notes; Transmissional Histories; VOLUME II; MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS; A Letter to Sir Thomas Osborn; To Mr Martin Clifford on his Humane-Reason; A Hue-and-Cry after Beauty and Vertue; The Militant Couple; An Essay upon Reason, and Religion, In a Letter to Nevil Pain, Esq; A Short Discourse upon the Reasonableness of Men's Having a Religion; The Duke of Buckingham His Grace's Letter, to the Un-known Author of a Paper, Entitled, A Short Answer to his Grace the Duke of Buckingham's Paper Concerning Religion, Toleration, and Liberty of Conscience; The French General; A Conference on the Doctrine of Transubstantiation Be-tween His Grace the Duke of Buckingham and Father Fitzgerald, An Irish Jesuit; The 'Buckingham' Commonplace Book; POEMS; To his Mistress; on the Dut: by D. Buck; 'The larke' and 'The owle'; Lines on Winifred Wells; On these 2 V. of Mr Howards; On the humor in Mr [-----] Howards Play where Mr Kinaston disputes his staying in, or going out of Town; Upon the following Passage in the Conquest of Granada; An Epitaph upon Thomas Late Lord Fairfax; Duke of Bu: of la: Shros; On the London fires Monument; A Notion Taken out of Tullie's dialogue, De Senecute; Aduice to a Paynter, to draw the Delineaments of a Statesman, and his Vunderlings; The Lost Mistress A Complaint; A Supplement to the Chequer-Inne; Upon the Installment, of Sir ----- Os-----n, and the Late Duke of New-castle; A Song on Thomas Earl of Danby; A Familiar Epistle to Mr Julian Secretary to the Muses; On Fortune; Optimum quod evenit; The Cabbin-Boy; The Ducks; APPENDIXES; I. Biographical Documents; II. Satiric and Commendatory Poems about Buckingham; III. The Publication of Buckingham's Works; IV. The Preface to A Key to the Rehearsal (1704); V. A translation of Sir Politic Would-be by H. Gaston Hall; VI. 'A Sermon supposed to be preached by Dr B:'; VII. Rejected Attributions; CRITICAL APPARATUS; Explanatory Notes; Transmissional Histories; Index to Introductions and Notes

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an extraordinary accomplishment Peter Holland, Times Literary Supplement

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