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61 Love Freed from Ignorance and Folly (1611) M
62 Catiline His Conspiracy (1611) M
63 From Coryate’s Crudities (1611), ‘Certain Opening and Drawing Distichs’ M
64 From Coryate’s Crudities (1611), ‘The Character of the Famous Odcombian’ M
65 From Coryate’s Crudities (1611), ‘To the Right Noble Tom Tell-Truth of His Travails’ M
66 From Coryate’s Crambe (1611), ‘Certain Verses’ M
67 Love Restored (1612) M
68 From Thomas Farnaby’s edition of Juvenal, Persius, and Seneca (1612), Juvenal, ‘Temporibus lux magna fuit Iuvenalis avitis’ M
69 From Thomas Farnaby’s edition of Juvenal, Persius, and Seneca (1612), Persius, ‘Cum Iuvenale tuo, Farnabi, Persius exit’ M
70 From Thomas Farnaby’s edition of Juvenal, Persius, and Seneca (1612), Seneca, ‘Commoedias trustalis Plauti mola’ ‘ M
71 A Speech Presented unto King James at a Tilting, in the Behalf of the Two Noble Brothers (1613) M
72 Letter 12, to John Leech (1613) M
73 Letter 13, to Thomas Bond (1613) M
74 From John Stephens, Cynthia’s Revenge (1613), ‘To His Much and Worthily Esteemed Friend the Author’ M
75 Martial, Epigram 10.47 translated (‘The things that make the happier life are these’) M
76 To the Most Noble, and Above His Titles, Robert, Earl of Somerset (1613) M
77 A Challenge at Tilt (1613-14) M
78 The Irish Masque at Court (1613) M
79 From Christopher Brooke, The Ghost of Richard the Third (1614), ‘To His Friend the Author Upon His Richard’ M
80 From The Husband (1614), ‘To the Worthy Author’ M