Richard Crashaw (1612/13–1649)

Verse

English Poems

Act. 5. The sicke implore St. Peter's shadow (‘Vnder thy shadow may I lurke a while’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 87.

CrR 1

Copy, headed ‘Acts. 5. The sick crave the shadow of Peter’.

In: A quarto composite miscellany of verse, in English and Latin, compiled by William Sancroft (1617-93), Archbishop of Canterbury, who lived in Cambridge as student and Fellow of Emmanuel College from 1633 to 1651, ii + 115 leaves, in calf. Comprising three separate units: ff. 1r-96v all in Sancroft's hand; ff. 97r-104r in a second hand; and ff. 105r-9r in a third hand. c.1640s [and later].

Including (on ff. 2-23, 27ar-v, 70) 94 Latin poems ascribed to Crashaw (including three of doubtful authorship) and (on ff. 29-41, 43v, 44v-58, 60v, 62v-5v, 67-70v, 72-3, 95-6) 101 English poems (plus a second copy of one of them) attributed to him (including one of doubtful authorship) and (on f. 16r-v) one Greek poem attributed to him; a list of contents on the first page beginning ‘Mr. Crashaw's poems transcrib'd fro his own copie, before the were printed; among wch are some not printed…’.

Cited in IELM as the ‘Sancroft MS’: CrR Δ 1. Crashaw edited in part from this MS, and collated, in Grosart, in Waller and in Martin (cited as T or T5), and discussed in Waller, pp. vi-ix, and in Martin, pp. lviii-lxxiii. Folios 28-34v, 38v-41, 44v, 52v-6 reproduced in facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35r.

CrR 1.5

Copy in: An octavo volume of 87 English poems by Crashaw, in a single predominantly italic hand (as in CrR 232), 50 leaves, in contemporary silvered silk boards. Possibly prepared as a presentation copy (? by the author) to a lady, addressed as ‘Faire one’ in two dedicatory poems at the beginning (‘at th' Iuory Tribunall of your hand/ (Faire one) these tender leaues doe tremling stand…’), or else a transcript of such a copy. c.1630s.

Purchased from Bull and Auvache, 34-35 Hart Street, Bloomsbury, 13 November 1886. NB. This MS (once believed to be autograph) was discovered by William Thomas Brooke, finder of the Dobell MSS of Thomas Traherne: see his account in the Bodleian, MS Dobell c. 56, ff. 54-8.

Cited in IELM, II.i, as the Bull MS: CrR Δ 4. Crashaw's work edited in part, and collated, in Grosart (Supplement) and in Martin (cited A3); cited in a review ‘New Poems by Crashaw’, in The Saturday Review (17 March 1888), pp. 323-4, and discussed in Martin, pp. lxxiii-lxxvi; the dedicatory poems edited in Martin, pp. 397-8. Reduced facsimile of f. 2r in Garnett & Gosse (1903), III, 62 (see CrR 3, CrR 180, CrR 186).

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 2v.

Act. 8. On the baptized Aethiopian (‘Let it no longer be a forlorne hope’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 85.

CrR 2

Copy, headed ‘Acts. 8. Upon the Aethiopian’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35r.

CrR 3

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin. Reduced facsimile in Garnett & Gosse (1903), III, 62.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 2r.

CrR 4

Copy in: A verse miscellany, much of it in shorthand, almost entirely closely written in a small cursive mixed hand, written from both ends, in contemporary calf with initials ‘E H’ in gilt. 16°, 87 leaves (plus two paste-downs); miscellany, including portions of some 42 identifiable English poems by Crashaw, many of the lines here re-arranged in a garbled fashion; compiled by a Cambridge man, possibly a member of Christ's College; probably in a single hand throughout, with variations of style, written from both ends, about thirty pages in shorthand. c.1650s.

Later owned by Edward Hailstone (1818-90) of Walton Hall, near Wakefield, botanist and book collector. Sotheby's 23 April 1891 (Hailstone sale), probably lot 439, to Dobell). Bertram Dobell's sale catalogue No. 103 (June 1902), item 373. Formerly Folger MS 267.1.

Cited in IELM, I.ii, as the Hailstone MS: CrR Δ 6. Crashaw's work selectively collated (cited as Dobell) in Martin and discussed p. lxxxi. Facsimile of f. 22 in Dobell catalogue. The MS discussed by Dobell, in other connections, in ‘Some Unpublished Epigrams by Thomas Fuller’, The Athenaeum (27 April 1901), p. 532, and in ‘An Early Variant of a Shakespeare Sonnet’, The Athenaeum (2 August 1913), p. 112. Compare CrR Δ 8.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 28r.

Act. 21. I am ready not onely to be bound but to dye (‘Come, death, come bands, nor do you shrink, my cares’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 98.

CrR 5

Copy, headed ‘Pauls resolution’ and here beginning ‘Come Bonds, come death, nor do you shrink, my eares’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37r.

CrR 6

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 9r.

Another (‘If ever Pitty were acquainted’)

First published in The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 170-2.

CrR 7

Copy, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 68r-v.

CrR 8

Copy, headed ‘Another Vpon the same’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 35r-6r.

CrR 9

Copy, untitled, run immediately on from Vpon the death of the most desired Mr. Herrys (CrR 291).

In: A quarto compilation of eighteen poems by Crashaw, in four predominantly italic hands, on thirteen quarto leaves (plus eight blanks and stubs of four extracted leaves), in paper wrappers. c.1630s.

Among papers of the More-Molyneux family, of Loseley Park, near Guildford, Surrey. 1553-1632). Scribbling on the wrapper including the name ‘James Anstey’.

Cited in IELM, II.i, as the Loseley MS: CrR Δ 7. Discussed in John Yokalvich, ‘A Manuscript of Crashaw's Poems from Loseley’, ELN, 2 (1964-5), 92-7.

A microfilm of all the Folger Loseley MSS is in the British Library, M/437.

This MS collated in Yoklavich.

Folger, MS L.b.708, ff. 8r-9r.

CrR 10

Copy of an untitled version run-on immediately after Crashaw's elegy on Harris (CrR 292).

In: An octavo verse miscellany, originally written in two hands (A: ff. 1r-22r, 27v-8v; B: ff. 22r-7v, predominantly italic), with late 17th-century additions in three other hands on ff. 28v-33v, 52r and f. 34r, associated with Cambridge, 35 leaves (plus 17 blanks), in contemporary calf gilt. Including 13 poems by Randolph, plus three of doubtful authorship. Initials stamped on both covers of ‘F R’ and the inside of the cover inscribed ‘Francis Rolfe Anno dni 1637’: i.e. Francis Rolfe (1618-78), Town Clerk of [King's] Lynn, Norfolk. c.1637.

Sotheby's, 21 July 1988, lot 18.

Cited in IELM, II.ii (1993), as the ‘Rolfe MS’: RnT Δ 5. Briefly described in E.S. Leedham-Green, ‘Francis Rolfe's poetical miscellany: Add.Ms 8684’, Bulletin of the Friends of Cambridge University Library, 9 (1988), 20-2. A facsimile of f. 9v in Sotheby's sale catalogue: see RnT 123, RnT 239. For the Rolfe family (whose later papers are in the Norfolk Record Office, NRS 27114, 404 x 3), see R.T. and A. Gunther, Rolfe Family Records, 2 vols (London & Aylesbury, 1914), and Veronica Berry, The Rolfe Papers: The Chronicle of a Norfolk Family 1559-1908 (Brentwood, Essex, 1979; 2nd impression 1986).

Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 8684, ff. 25r-6v.

An Apologie. For the Fore-Going Hymne as hauing been writt when the author was yet among the protestantes (‘Thus haue I back again to thy bright name’)

First published in an early version as ‘An Apologie for the precedent Hymne [to Saint Teresa]’ in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 136-7. Later version published in Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 322-3.

*CrR 11

Copy, with two textual alterations in Crashaw's hand, untitled, the text following on from A Hymn to...Sainte Teresa (CrR 65).

In: Six MS quarto leaves, in a stylish italic hand, bound at the front of a printed exemplum of Las obras de la S. Madre Teresa de Iesvs...primera parte qve contiene sv vida (Antwerp, 1630), the volume gilt-edged, in old calf. c.1630.

Inscribed inside the front cover, in Rome on 4 January 1836, by Richard Chenevix Trench (1807-86), Protestant Archbishop of Dublin, theologian, philologist and poet, and also with his presentation inscription, dated 5 June 1865, to Richard Monckton Milnes (1809-85), first Baron Houghton, author and politician. Subsequently in the library of the latter's son, Robert Offley Ashburton Milnes, afterwards Crewe-Milnes (1858-1945), first Marquess of Crewe, politician.

Pierpont Morgan Library, MA 1385 Bd Engl. Lit., pp. [10-12r].

At th'Iuory Tribunall of your hand

First published in Grosart, Supplement (1888). Martin p. 397.

CrR 12

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

Edited from this MS in Grosart (Supplement) and in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 1r.

The Beginning of Heliodorus (‘The smiling Morne had newly wak't the day’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 158.

CrR 13

Copy, headed ‘The Faire Aethiopian. R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 43v.

CrR 14

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 29v-30r.

But now they have seen, and hated (‘Seene? and yet hated thee? they did not see’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 96.

CrR 15

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 36r.

CrR 16

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 8r.

Charitas Nimia, or the Dear Bargain (‘Lord, what is man? why should he coste thee’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 280-2.

CrR 17

Extracts, comprising lines 33-8, 41-6, 53-62, headed ‘Condescension’.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 33v.

Death's Lectvre at the Fvneral of a Yovng Gentleman (‘Dear Reliques of a dislodg'd Sovl, whose lack’)

Dies Irae Dies Illa. The Hymn. of the Chvrch, In Meditation of the Day of Ivdgment (‘Hears't thou, my soul, what serious things’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 298-301.

CrR 18

Copy in: An oblong octavo miscellany of largely devotional verse and some prose, including (ff. 7v-22r) twelve poems by Crashaw, probably transcribed from Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652), in a single italic hand, written across the width of the pages with the spine upwards, with (ff. 181r-8r) a table of contents, 188 leaves, in calf gilt. Entitled Collections out of seuerall Authors by Marmaduke Raudon Eboracensis 1662: i.e. compiled by Marmaduke Rawdon (1610-69), traveller and antiquary, of Guiseley, Yorkshire, who later lived with his cousin, also named Marmaduke Rawdon, at Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, the MS including elegies on yet another (Sir) Marmaduke Rawdon (1582-1646), Governor of Basing House. c.1662.

Later owned by Thomas Rodd (1796-1849). Rodd's sale catalogue, February 1850, item 764.

Cited in IELM, II.i, as the Rawdon MS: CrR Δ 2. Crashaw's work collated in Martin (cited as A1) and discussed pp. lxxx-lxxxi.

For other Rawdon miscellanies, see Yale, Osborn MS fb 150; York Minster, MS Add. 122; and a MS sold at Puttick and Simpson's, 3 March 1870, lot 552, to Nicholls. For the Rawdon family, see H.F. Hayllar, The Chronicles of Hoddesdon (1948), pp. 52-4.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, ff. 16v-18r.

CrR 19

Brief extract (lines 65, 66)

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 33r.

Easter day (‘Rise, Heire of fresh Eternity’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 100.

CrR 20

Copy, headed ‘Upon Christs resurrection’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 34v.

CrR 21

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 10v.

CrR 22

Copy of stanza 3, lines 4-6, beginning ‘Nor is Death forct; for may he ly’.

In: An oblong octavo pocket commonplace book, comprising (f. 1r) ‘Poems / Characters / Proverbs / Sentences / Historicall Remarques / Tales’, in Latin, English and Greek, in perhaps two or more hands, probably associated with Cambridge University, in modern half crushed morocco on cloth boards gilt. Including (on ff. 17-27, rectos only) portions of 17 English poems by Crashaw. Mid-17th century.

Later owned by Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753).

Recorded in IELM as Sloane MS: CrR Δ 5. Crashaw's work collated in Martin (cited as S) and discussed p. lxxix.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 25r.

CrR 23

Copy, headed ‘On Christs Nativity’.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 31r.

An Elegie on the death of Dr Porter (‘Stay, silver-footed Came, striue not to wed’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 293-4. Martin, pp. 395-6.

CrR 24

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 70r-v.

CrR 25

Copy in: A quarto verse miscellany, in English and Latin, in two or more cursive hands, written from both ends, iv + 278 pages, in contemporary calf. Compiled principally by one ‘H. S.’, a Cambridge University man. c.1640s-60s.

This MS volume edited in D.J. Rose, MS Rawlinson Poetical 147: An Annotated Volume of Seventeenth-Century Cambridge Verses (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Leicester, 1992), of which a copy is in Cambridge University Library, Manuscript Department, A8f.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 147, pp. 38-40.

An Elegie on the death of the Lady Porter (‘Can such perfection fade? can Vertue die’)

First published in Martin (1927). Martin (1957), pp. 403-4.

The poem has been erroneously attributed to Philip Cornwallis: see Introduction.

CrR 26

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 72r-v.

CrR 27

Copy, headed ‘An Elegie on ye death of the Lady Parker’.

In: the MS described under CrR 25. c.1640s-60s.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 147, pp. 40-2.

An Elegy upon the death of Mr Christopher Rouse Esquire (‘Rich, purest rose, prime flowre of blooming youth’)

First published in Martin (1927). Martin (1957), pp. 404-5.

The poem has been erroneously attributed to Philip Cornwallis: see Introduction.

CrR 28

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 72v-3.

CrR 29

Copy, headed ‘An Elegie vpon his most worth[y, lea]rned and truly Vertuous Kinsm[an,] C[hr]istopher Rouse, Esqr’.

In: Copy of two poems by Crashaw, in a mixed hand, on two conjugate folio leaves, slightly imperfect. c.1630.

Among papers of the More-Molyneux family, of Loseley Park, near Guildford, Surrey.

This MS collated in John Yoklavich, ‘Not by Crashaw, but Cornwallis’, MLR, 59 (1964), 517-18

Folger, MS L.b.675, pp. 2-3.

An Elegy upon the death of Mr. Stanninow fellow of Queenes Colledge (‘Hath aged winter, fledg'd with feathered raine’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 290-2. Martin pp. 394-5.

CrR 30

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 63v-4r.

CrR 31

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 25. c.1640s-60s.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 147, pp. 69-71.

An Elegy vpon the death of Mr Wm Carre, student in Eman: Colledge (‘Death hath drawne our golden Carre’)

First published in Martin (1927). Martin (1957), pp. 402-3.

This poem has been erroneously attributed to Philip Cornwallis: see Introduction.

CrR 32

Copy, here ascribed to ‘P. Cornwallis’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 63r-v.

CrR 33

Copy, subscribed ‘Cornwallis’.

In: the MS described under CrR 25. c.1640s-60s.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 147, pp. 42-4.

An Epitaph (‘Heere in deaths closett, Reader, know’)

First published in Martin (1927). Martin (1957), p. 405.

This poem has been erroneously attributed to Philip Cornwallis: see Introduction.

CrR 34

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 73r.

CrR 35

Copy, subscribed at the foot of the page in another hand ‘Phil. Cornwaleys’, possibly Cornwallis's autograph signature.

In: the MS described under CrR 29. c.1630.

Folger, MS L.b.675, p. 3.

CrR 36

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 25. c.1640s-60s.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 147, p. 38.

An Epitaph vpon a Yovng Married Covple Dead and Bvryed Together (‘To these, whom Death again did wed’)

See CrR 42-6.

An Epitaph. Vpon Doctor Brooke (‘A Brooke whose streame so great, so good’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 175.

CrR 37

Copy, headed ‘In obitum Dris Brooke. R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 65v.

CrR 38

Copy, headed ‘An Epitaph/Vpon the reverend Dr Brooke’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 37r.

CrR 39

Copy, headed ‘Vpon ye Death of Docter Brooks’.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich.

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 13r.

CrR 40

Copy in: A quarto verse miscellany, including 33 poems by Thomas Carew and sixteen by Henry King, in a single small hand, with (ff. 1r-2v) an alphabetical Index, 105 leaves, in modern half-morocco gilt. Compiled by Peter Calfe (1610-67), son of a Dutch merchant in London. c.1641-9.

Later owned by John, Baron Somers (1651-1716), Lord Chancellor, and afterwards by Edward Harley (1689-1741), second Earl of Oxford.

Cited in IELM II.i-ii (1987-93), together with British Library, Harley MS 6918 with which it was once bound, as the ‘Calfe MS’: CwT Δ 18; KiH Δ 9; RnT Δ 4. Described in Mary Hobbs's thesis, pp 129-35, 444-5 (see KiH Δ 6).

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Harley MS 6917, f. 56r.

CrR 41

Copy, under a general heading ‘2 Elegyes’ and then ‘i Vpon ye reurend Dr Brookes Mr of Trin: Col. Camb.’

In: the MS described under CrR 10. c.1637.

Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 8684, f. 24r.

An Epitaph Vpon Husband and Wife, which died, and were buried together (‘To these, Whom Death again did wed’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, p. 174 (and later version pp. 399-400).

CrR 42

Copy, headed ‘Epitaphium Conjugug unâ mortuor4 & sepultor4 R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 65v.

CrR 43

Copy, headed ‘An Epitaph of a yonge Maried Cupple dead and buried togeather’.

In: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, ff. 21v-2r.

CrR 44

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 39r.

CrR 45

Copy in: A composite volume of verse, i + 126 leaves. Collected by Peter Le Neve (1661-1729), herald and antiquary. Late 17th century.

Given to the library in 1954 by N.R. Ker.

Bodleian, MS Eng. poet. d. 152, ff. 103v-4r.

CrR 46

Copy, headed ‘On A man and his wife who dyed together, and were so buried’.

In: the MS described under CrR 40. c.1641-9.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Harley MS 6917, f. 56r-v.

An Epitaph Vpon Mr. Ashton a conformable Citizen (‘The modest front of this small floore’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 192-3.

CrR 47

Copy, headed ‘An Epitaph/Vpon the Death of Mr Ashton/Citizen of London’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 37v-8r.

Epithalamium (‘Come virgin Tapers of pure waxe’)

First published in L.C. Martin, ‘A Hitherto Unpublished Poem by (?) Richard Crashaw’, LM, 8 (June 1923), 159-66. Martin (1952), pp. 406-9.

CrR 48

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 40. c.1641-9.

Edited from this MS in Martin.

British Library, Harley MS 6917, ff. 52r-4r.

Ex Euphormione R. Cr. (‘Bright Goddesse, whether thy father be’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 289. Martin, pp. 392-3.

CrR 49

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 60v.

The Flaming Heart upon the Book and Picture of the seraphicall saint Teresa (‘Well meaning readers! you that come as freinds’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 324-7.

CrR 50

Brief extracts, comprising lines 71-4, 81-2, 24, 78, amidst other poems.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 32v.

‘High mounted on an Ant Nanus the tall’

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 161.

CrR 51

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 95v.

CrR 52

Copy, headed ‘On Nanus’.

In: An octavo verse miscellany, in a single predominantly italic hand, 49 leaves, outer leaves imperfect, in modern calf gilt. Including twenty poems by Carew, eleven poems by Crashaw on ff. 10-30 passim, and fifteen poems by Strode. c.1630s.

Thomas Thorpe, sale catalogue (1834), item 728. Acquired from C. Booth, October 1857.

Cited in IELM, II.i-ii (1987-93), as the ‘Thorpe MS’: CwT Δ 12, CrR Δ 3, StW Δ 9.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, ff. 27v-8r.

CrR 53

Copy, headed ‘Out of the Greeke’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 21r.

CrR 54

Copy, headed ‘Vpon a Dwarfe riding on an Elephant’.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich (no variants recorded).

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 13r.

His Epitaph (‘Passenger who e're thou art’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 172-4.

CrR 55

Copy, headed ‘Epitaphium in eundem. R.G.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 68v-9v.

CrR 56

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 36r-7r.

CrR 57

Copy of lines 7-10, 23-4, untitled and beginning ‘The ripe endowments of whose mind’.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, ff. 26r, 27r.

CrR 58

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich.

Folger, MS L.b.708, ff. 9v-10r.

CrR 59

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 10. c.1637.

Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 8684, ff. 26v-7v.

Horatij Ille & nefasto te posuit die &c. R. Cr. (‘Shame of thy mother soyle! ill=nurtur'd tree!’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 287-9. Martin, pp. 382-4.

CrR 60

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 51r-v.

An Himne for the Circumcision day of our Lord (‘Rise thou first and fairest morning’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 141-2.

CrR 61

Line 22.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 32r.

A Hymne of the Nativity, sung by the Shepheards (‘Come wee Shepheards who have seene’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 106-8.

CrR 62

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 38v-9v.

CrR 63

Copy of stanzas 4 (lines 5-6), 6 and 12 (lines 1-4), beginning ‘It was thy Day, Sweet, and did rise’.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, ff. 25r, 27r.

CrR 64

Extracts, comprising lines 1-2, 31-4, 79-84.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 32r.

A Hymn to the Name and Honor of the Admirable Sainte Teresa (‘Loue, thou art Absolute sole lord’)

First published, in an early version as ‘In memory of the Vertuous and Learned Lady Madre de Teresa that sought an early Martyrdome’, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 131-6. Later version published in Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 315-21.

*CrR 65

Copy, in a neat hand, the formal title-page, preliminary inscription and some textual alterations in Crashaw's hand.

In: the MS described under CrR 11. c.1630.

This MS collated in Martin, p. xciii, with a facsimile of the title-page facing p. 315. Also discussed by Martin, with a similar facsimile, in ‘An Unedited Crashaw Manuscript’, TLS (18 April 1952), p. 272. Facsimile of the title-page in British Literary Manuscripts, Series I, ed. Verlyn Klinkenborg et al. (New York, 1981), No. 45. See also CrR 11.

Pierpont Morgan Library, MA 1385 Bd Engl. Lit., pp. [1-10].

CrR 66

Extracts, comprising lines 69-96, 149-50, 143-5, headed ‘Loves victim’ and here beginning ‘Blest powers forbid thy tender life.’

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

This MS collated in Martin.

Folger, MS V.a.148, ff. 27v, 32v.

I am the Doore (‘And now th'art set wide ope, The Speare's sad Art’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 90.

CrR 67

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 36r.

CrR 68

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 5r.

In amorem divinum (Hermannus Hugo) (‘Aeternall loue! what 'tis to loue thee well’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 344. Martin, p. 381.

CrR 69

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37v.

In cicatrices Domini Jesu (‘Come, Braue soldjers, come, & see’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 187. Martin, p. 381.

CrR 70

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37r.

In memory of the Vertuous and Learned Lady Madre de Teresa that sought an early Martyrdome (‘Love thou art absolute, sole Lord’)

See CrR 65-6.

In praise of Lessius his rule of health (‘Goe now with some dareing drugg’)

First published (lines 15-46 only) in Leonard Leys, Hygiasticon…done into English, 2nd edition (Cambridge, 1634). Published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Reprinted, as ‘Temperance, Or the Cheap Physitian Vpon the Translation of Lessivs’, in Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 156-8 (and later version pp. 342-4).

CrR 71

Copy of lines 1-15, headed ‘Upon Lessius his Hygeiasticon’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 60v.

CrR 72

Copy of lines 1-14, headed ‘On taking Physicke’.

In: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, f. 24r.

CrR 73

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 46r-7r.

CrR 74

Brief extracts (lines 25, 41, 42).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34r.

CrR 75

Copy of lines 15-46, headed ‘To ye reader on Lessius hygiasticon’, here beginning ‘Heark hither, Reader: wouldst thou see’, and subscribed ‘R: Crashaw. Pemb:’.

In: A quarto miscellany of verse and prose, in English and Latin, in a single small hand, 31 leaves, in contemporary half-calf over marbled boards, imperfect. A label on the cover: ‘Dr. Lynnet's Common Place Book’: i.e. compiled by Dr William Lynnett (1622/3-1700), of Trinity College, Cambridge. c.1643.

Inscribed ‘Ri. Walker 1758. some years agoe Mr. Brigg bought this Common place book in Smithfield, and gave it to RW’. Inscriptions dated 1792 by Thomas Bousefield (or possibly James Simpson), wheelwright of Kendal. Purchased from J.W. Jarvis & Son, 30 January 1891.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Eng. misc. e. 13, f. 23r-v.

CrR 76

Copy. Headed ‘To the Reader, vpon the intent of Lessius his booke concerning Temperance’ and beginning at line 15 (here ‘Hearke hither Reader: wouldst thou see’), transcribed from the text in Hygiasticon (1634), on both sides of a single duodecimo leaf once owned by Frederick Locker (1821-95) and tipped-in an exemplum of Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Mid-17th century.

Puttick and Simpson's, 3 June 1878, lot 84 (erroneously described as ‘Auto[graph]. lines in his singularly minute hand’) and at Sotheby's, 22 March 1907, lot 39.

This MS recorded in The Complete Poetry of Richard Crashaw, ed. George Walton Williams (New York, 1972), p. 673.

Huntington, RB 102361.

In the Gloriovs Assvmption of Ovr Blessed Lady (‘Hark! she is call'd, the parting houre is come’)

See CrR 160-4.

In the Glorious Epiphanie of our Lord God, A Hymn: Sung as by the Three Kings (‘Bright Babe! Whose awfull beautyes make’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 253-61.

CrR 77

Extensive extracts, rearranged.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 32r-v, 35r.

Is it better to go to Heaven with one eye, &c. (‘One Eye? a thousand rather, and a Thousand more’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 93.

CrR 78

Copy, headed ‘It is better to enter into the kingdom of God with one eye &c.’

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35v.

CrR 79

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 6v.

Joh. 3. But men loved darknesse rather than Light (‘The worlds light shines, shine as it will’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 97.

CrR 80

Copy, headed ‘Joh. 3. 19. Light is come into the world &c.’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 34v.

CrR 81

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin. Reduced facsimile in Garnett & Gosse (1903), III, 62.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 2r.

Joh. 15. Vpon our Lords comfortable discourse with his Disciples (‘All Hybla's honey, all that sweetnesse can’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 95.

CrR 82

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 38r.

CrR 83

Second copy, heavily deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 65v.

CrR 84

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 8r.

Joh. 16. Verily I say unto you, yee shall weep and lament (‘Welcome my Griefe, my Ioy. how deare's’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 95.

CrR 85

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 36r.

CrR 86

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 8r.

A Letter from Mr. Crashaw to the Countess of Denbigh, Against Irresolution and Delay in matters of Religion (‘What Heav'n-besieged Heart is this’)

First published, as ‘To the Noblest & best of Ladyes, the Countesse of Denbigh. Perswading her to Resolution in Religion’, in Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 236-8. Revised version published separately in London, [1653]. Martin, pp. 347-50.

CrR 87

Copy in: A quarto verse miscellany and masque, in at least three hands, written from both ends, i + 123 leaves, in contemporary calf. Mid-late 17th century.

Including (f. 1r) an anagram on Frances Pawlett. Inscribed in red ink (f. 123v) ‘Egigius Frampton hunc librum jure tenet non est mortale quod opto: 1659’: i.e. by Giles Frampton, who is perhaps responsible for some of the later poems. Also inscribed [?]‘R. N. 1663’. Some later notes in the hand of Richard Rawlinson.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 84, ff. 111r-109v rev.

Loves Horoscope (‘Love, brave vertues younger Brother’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 185-6.

CrR 88

Copy, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 45r-v.

CrR 89

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 44v-5v.

CrR 90

Extracts, comprising lines 33-40, 18, 23-32.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34v.

CrR 91

Copy in: A quarto miscellany of Restoration verse, prose and dramatic works, in a single cursive predominantly italic hand, 417 pages. c.1670s-80s.

Formerly Princeton General MSS Misc AM 14401.

This MS discussed in A.S.G. Edwards, ‘Libertine Literature in Restoration England: Princeton MS AM 14401’, BC, 25 (Autumn 1976), 354-68, and in PBSA (1977).

Princeton, CO199 No. 895, pp. 347-52.

Luke 2. Quaerit Jesum suum Maria (‘And is he gone, whom these armes held but now?’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 185-6. Martin, pp. 379-80.

CrR 92

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 32r-v.

Luc. 7. She began to wash his feet with teares and wipe them with the haires of her head (‘Her eyes flood lickes his feets faire staine’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 97.

CrR 93

Copy, headed ‘Upon Mary Magdalene’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 34r.

CrR 94

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 8v.

CrR 95

Copy, headed ‘Magdalens Tears Luke 7’.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 28r.

Luke 10. And a certaine Priest comming that way looked on him and passed by (‘Why dost Thou wound my wounds, ô Thou that passest by’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 94.

CrR 96

Copy, headed ‘To them, yt passed by at or Saviors passion’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 33v.

CrR 97

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 6v.

CrR 98

Copy in: A quarto verse miscellany entitled A Collection of Verses Fancyes and Poems, Morrall and Devine, in a single hand, i + 180 leaves, (including index), in contemporary calf. Including 15 poems (and a second copy of one poem) by Cowley and 15 poems by Katherine Philips transcribed from a edited source. Early 18th century.

Later owned by Richard Rawlinson (1690-1755).

Cited in IELM, II.ii (1993), as ‘Rawlinson MS II’: PsK Δ 7.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 90, f. 108r.

Luke 11. Blessed be the paps which Thou hast sucked (‘Svppose he had been Tabled at thy Teates’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 94.

CrR 99

Copy, headed ‘Blessed is — & the papps, wch thou hast suckt &c’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 36r.

CrR 100

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 7v.

Luk. 11. Vpon the dumbe Devill cast out, and the slanderous Jewes put to silence (‘Two Devills at one blow thou hast laid flat’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 93.

CrR 101

Copy, headed ‘Christ casteth out 2 divells at once’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37r.

CrR 102

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 6v.

Luk. 15. On the Prodigall (‘Tell me bright Boy, tell me my golden Lad’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 86.

CrR 103

Copy, headed ‘Luke 15. 13. Upon the rich young man’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35v.

CrR 104

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 2v.

CrR 105

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 98. Early 18th century.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 90, f. 105v.

Luke 16. Dives asking a drop (‘A drop, one drop, how sweetly one faire drop’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 96.

CrR 106

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 36r.

CrR 107

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 8v.

Marke 4. Why are yee afraid, O yee of little faith? (‘As if the storme meant him’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 88-9.

CrR 108

Copy, headed ‘Upon the disciples awaking Christ in the storme’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 33r.

CrR 109

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 4r.

Mar. 7. The dumbe healed, and the people enjoyned silence (‘Christ bids the dumbe tongue speake, it speakes, the sound’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 87.

CrR 110

Copy of an eight-line version, headed ‘Upon the tongue’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35r.

CrR 111

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 3r.

Marke 12. Give to Caesar — And to God — (‘All we have is God's, and yet’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 96.

CrR 112

Copy, headed ‘Upon paying tribute to Caesar’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 33r.

CrR 113

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 7v.

Matthew 8. I am not worthy that thou should'st come under my roofe (‘Thy God was making hast into thy roofe’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 90.

CrR 114

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35v.

CrR 115

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 5r.

Matthew. 9. The blind cured by the word of our Saviour (‘Thou speak'st the word (thy word's a Law)’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 91.

CrR 116

Copy, headed ‘Upon Christs restoring sight only by his word’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 33v.

CrR 117

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 5r.

Math. 16.25. Whosoeuer shall loose his life &c. (‘Soe I may gaine thy death, my life I'le giue’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 343. Martin, p. 381.

CrR 118

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 34r.

CrR 119

Copy, untitled, run on directly from Matth. 16. 25. Quisquis perdiderit animam suam meâ causâ, inveniet eam.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich (no variants recorded).

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 13v.

Matthew. 22 Neither durst any man from that Day aske him any more Questions (‘Midst all the dark and knotty Snares’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 92.

CrR 120

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

Edited from this MS in Grosart (Supplement); collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 5v-6r.

Matthew 23. Yee build the Sepuchres of the Prophets (‘Thou trim'st a Prophets Tombe, and dost bequeath’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 95.

CrR 121

Copy, headed ‘Ye build the sepulchres &c.’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37v.

CrR 122

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 7v.

Matthew. 27. And he answered them nothing (‘O mighty Nothing! unto thee’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 91.

CrR 123

Copy, headed ‘Christ accused answered nothing’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35v.

CrR 124

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 6r.

Mat. 28. Come see the place where the Lord lay (‘Show me himselfe, himselfe (bright Sir) O show’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 87.

CrR 125

Copy, headed ‘Mat. 28 Mary to the Angell, shewing her the place, where Jesus lay’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35v.

CrR 126

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 3v.

CrR 127

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich (no variants recorded).

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 13v.

Musicks Duell (‘Now Westward Sol had spent the richest Beames’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 149-53.

CrR 128

Copy, headed ‘Fidicinis, & Philomelae / Bellum Musicum’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 46r-8r.

CrR 129

Copy, headed ‘Fidicinis et Philomelae bellu musicum’.

In: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, ff. 15r-17r.

CrR 130

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 26v-9v.

CrR 131

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, ff. 17r, 18r, 19r, 20r, 21r, 22r.

CrR 132

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, ff. 25v-7r.

CrR 133

Copy, headed ‘Fidicinis et Philomelææ bellum musicum’.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich.

Folger, MS L.b.708, ff. 4r-6v.

CrR 134

Copy, untitled.

In: A quarto composite volume of verse, prose and dramatic MSS, in several hands, the second item (II) constituting an independent quire of six leaves containing copies of, or extracts from, 14 poems by Donne, in a single minute hand, c.160 leaves, in half-calf marbled boards. c.1630.

Cited in IELM, I.i (1980) as the ‘Emmanuel College MS’: DnJ Δ 65.

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, MS 68 (I. 3. 16), VI, ff. [17r-19v].

CrR 135

Copy, as ‘English'd by Mr Crashaw’.

In: An octavo miscellany of verse and drama, largely in a single small cursive hand, with later additions by one or two hands after p. 142, 185 pages (including blanks) plus a tipped-in leaf at the end, in brown calf. Late 17th century.

Sotheby's, 13 June 1870, lot 157, to James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1820-89), literary scholar and book collector; thence, on 5 July 1870, to Warwick Castle Library. Formerly Folger MS 3.4.

Folger, MS V.a.85, pp. 15-20.

The Office of the Holy Crosse (‘Lord, by thy Sweet & Saving Sign &c’)

First published (in a compressed form) in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 263-75.

CrR 136

Copy, with general heading ‘Out of Crashawes Poemes’.

In: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, ff. 7v-12r.

CrR 137

Brief extract (?3 lines).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 31v.

On a foule Morning, being then to take a journey (‘Where art thou Sol, while thus the blind-fold Day’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 181-2.

CrR 138

Copy, headed ‘An Invitation to faire weather. In itinere cum vrgeretur matutinum coelum, tali carmine invitabatur serenitas. R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 49r-v.

CrR 139

Copy, headed ‘Crosh: on ye morning yt was Clowdye when he was to take a iourney’.

In: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, f. 12r-v.

CrR 140

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 42r.

CrR 141

Copy of the last four lines, here beginning ‘The fresh cheekes of ye virgin Morne’.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 26r.

CrR 142

Extracts, comprising lines 1, 2, 34, 4, 32, 30, 19, 20 rearranged.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34r.

CrR 143

Copy, headed ‘In Itinere cum nebulis vrgeretur matutinum coelum, tali carmine invitabatur serenitas’.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich.

Folger, MS L.b.708, ff. 10v-11r.

CrR 144

Copy, headed ‘On A foule morning’.

In: the MS described under CrR 40. c.1641-9.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Harley MS 6917, f. 55r-v.

On a prayer booke sent to Mrs. M. R. (‘Loe here a little volume, but large booke’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 126-30 (and later version pp. 328-31).

CrR 145

Extracts, comprising lines 48-50, 53.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 32v.

CrR 146

Copy, headed (on a separate title-page) ‘Verses: Vpon the Booke of Common Prayer’, subscribed ‘R: Crashaw Coll: Petren:’.

In: A quarto volume of religious verse and prose, in a single predominantly italic hand, 33 leaves, in modern half black morocco. The first item (ff. 1r-25v) a sermon (on the authority of kings) with a dedicatory epistle to Charles I signed by the probable compiler of the volume, Thomas Lenthall (b.1610/11), Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, and dated July 1642. c.1642.

Presented by Edward J.L. Scott, 14 October 1894.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 34692, ff. 26r-9r.

On a Treatise of Charity (‘Rise then, immortall maid! Religion rise’)

First published in Five Pious and Learned Discourses…by Robert Shelford of Ringsfield in Suffolk Priest (Cambridge, 1635). Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 137-9.

CrR 147

Copy of the final couplet, beginning ‘What can the poore hope from us, when we be’.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 26r.

CrR 148

Extracts, comprising lines 5-11, 43, 44.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 33r.

On Hope, By way of Question and Answer betweene A. Cowley, and R. Crashaw (‘Hope, whose weake being ruin'd is’)

See CoA 2-6.

On Marriage (‘I would be married, but I'de have no Wife’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 183.

CrR 149

Copy, headed ‘Marriage. R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 95r.

CrR 150

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, f. 18v.

CrR 151

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 23v.

CrR 152

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 26r.

CrR 153

Copy, headed ‘Marriage’.

In: An octavo miscellany of verse and university exercises, including twelve poems by Carew, in a single hand, compiled by Edward Natley, Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge, 165 leaves (including many blanks), in calf (rebacked). c.1635-44.

Later in the library of Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872), manuscript and book collector: Phillipps MS 2592. Sotheby's, 10 June 1896 (Phillipps sale), lot 960. Owned in 1896 by George Thorn-Drury, KC (1860-1931), literary scholar and editor. Acquired in 1950 from H.F.B. Brett-Smith, Oxford literary scholar and editor.

Cited in IELM, II.i (1987), as the ‘Natley MS’: CwT Δ 6.

Bodleian, MS Eng. poet. f. 25, fol. 13r.

On Mr. G. Herberts booke intituled the Temple of Sacred Poems, sent to a Gentlewoman (‘Know you faire, on what you looke’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 130-1.

CrR 154

Copy, headed ‘Vpon Herberts Temple sent to a gentlewoman. R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 48r.

On our crucified Lord Naked, and bloody (‘Th' have left thee naked Lord, O that they had’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 100.

CrR 155

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 12r.

On St. Peter casting away his Nets at our Saviours call (‘Thou hast the art on't Peter. and canst tell’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 98.

CrR 156

Copy, headed ‘On Peters casting the nett’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 34r.

CrR 156.5

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 9r.

CrR 157

Copy of lines 3-4, untitled and here beginning ‘When Christ calls, & yy Nets would haue yee stay’.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 25r.

CrR 157.5

Copy, subscribed ‘Crashaw’.

In: An octavo verse miscellany, predominantly in two hands, 36 leaves (including blanks), with loosely inserted notes, in a contemporary green vellum wallet binding. c.1736-47.

Leeds University Library, Brotherton Collection, MS Lt. 7, f. 8v.

On St. Peter cutting of Malchus his eare (‘Well Peter dost thou wield thy active sword’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 97.

CrR 158

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 9r.

CrR 159

Copy of lines 3-4, untitled and beginning ‘To strike at eares, is to take heed there bee’.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 25r.

On the Assumption (‘Harke shee is called, the parting houre is come’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). A version published, as ‘In the Glorious Assvmption of Ovr Blessed Lady’, in Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 139-41 (and later version pp. 304-6).

CrR 160

Copy, headed ‘On the Assumption of the Virgin Marie’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 40v-1r.

CrR 161

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, ff. 18r-19v.

CrR 162

Extracts from the later version, comprising lines 16, 17, 19, 20, 60-3.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 33r.

CrR 163

Copy in: A small quarto verse miscellany, in a single hand, 98 pages (plus some blanks), in reversed calf (rebacked). c.1620s-30s.

Inscribed (f. ir) by Thomas Hearne (1678-1735), the date ‘1741’ added.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 199, pp. 97-8.

CrR 164

Copy, subscribed ‘Rob: Crashaw: A: Pet: Artis: Magist:’.

In: the MS described under CrR 146. c.1642.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 34692, ff. 31r-2v.

On the baptized Aethiopian (‘Let it no longer be a forlorn hope’)

See CrR 2-4.

On the bleeding wounds of our crucified Lord (‘Iesu, no more, it is full tide’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 101-2.

CrR 165

Copy of stanzas 1-5, headed ‘Upon our Saviours wounds’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 34r.

CrR 166

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 11r-v.

CrR 167

Copy of lines 37 onwards, headed ‘Christs Wounds’ and here beginning ‘This thy bloods deluge (a dire Chance)’.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 28r.

On the Blessed Virgins bashfulnesse (‘That on her lap she casts her humble Eye’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 89.

CrR 168

Copy, headed ‘Upon the Virgins looking on our Saviour’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 32v.

CrR 169

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 3v.

CrR 170

Copy of lines 5-8, rearranged, headed ‘Christ Incarnate’ and here beginning at line 7, here ‘This new guest to our eyes new laws hath giuen’.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

This MS collated and lines 5-8 printed in Martin.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 28r.

On the death of Wm Henshaw, student in Eman. Coll. (‘See a sweet streame of Helicon’)

First published in Martin (1927). Martin (1957), pp. 401-2.

This poem has been erroneously attributed to Philip Cornwallis: see Introduction.

CrR 171

Copy, subscribed ‘P. Cornwallis’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 62v.

CrR 172

Copy, subscribed ‘Cornwallis’.

In: the MS described under CrR 25. c.1640s-60s.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 147, pp. 50-1.

On the Frontispiece of Isaacsons Chronologie explained (‘Let hoary Time's vast Bowels be the Grave’)

First published in Henry Isaacson, Saturni ephemerides sive tabula historico-chronologica (London, 1633). Among The Delights of the Muses in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 191.

CrR 173

Copy, headed ‘Vpon the Frontispiece of Mr Isaackson's Chronologie. R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 48v.

CrR 174

Brief extract (lines 9, 10).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34v.

On ye Gunpowder — Treason (‘Dull, sluggish Ile! what more than Lethargy’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 188-90. Martin, pp. 384-5.

CrR 175

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 52v-3r.

On the Miracle of Loaves (‘Now Lord, or never, they'l beleeve on thee’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 88.

CrR 176

Copy, headed ‘On Christ's miracle at the supper’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 33v.

CrR 176.5

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 2v.

CrR 177

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 27v.

CrR 177.5

Copy, subscribed ‘Crashaw’.

In: A quarto miscellany of poems on the death of Lady Rich, 44 leaves (plus blanks), in contemporary calf gilt. With a general title-page (f. 1r), The Shadow of the (sometimes) right Faire, Vertuous, and Honourable Lady Anne Rich Now an Happy, Glorious, and Perfected Saint in Heaven, and (ff. 2r-3r) a dedication dated 22 October 1638; the miscellany collected by, and apparently in the hand of, John Gauden (1605-62), later Bishop of Worcester. 1638.

Inscribed on a flyleaf ‘Ger. Sleigh’. Percy Dobell's sale catalogue No. 106 (1949), item 4.

Bodleian, MS Eng. misc. e. 262, f. 96v.

CrR 178

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 98. Early 18th century.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 90, f. 105v.

On the miracle of multiplyed loaves (‘See here an easie Feast that knowes no wound’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 86.

CrR 179

Copy, headed ‘John 6. Upon the five loaves’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 34v.

CrR 180

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin. Reduced facsimile in Garnett & Gosse (1903), III, 62.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 2r.

CrR 181

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 25r.

CrR 182

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich (no variants recorded).

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 14r.

On the still surviving markes of our Saviours wounds (‘What ever story of their crueltie’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 86-7.

CrR 183

Copy, headed ‘Upon the print of Christs wounds’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35r.

CrR 184

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 3r.

On the water of our Lords Baptisme (‘Each blest drop, on each blest limme’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 85.

CrR 185

Copy, headed ‘Upon the water, wch baptiz'd Christ’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 34v.

CrR 186

Copy, under a general heading ‘Diuine Epigrams’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin. Reduced facsimile in Garnett & Gosse (1903), III, 62.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 2r.

CrR 187

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 25r.

CrR 188

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich (no variants recorded).

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 13v.

On the wounds of our crucified Lord (‘O these wakefull wounds of thine!’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 99.

CrR 189

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 36v.

CrR 190

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 10r.

CrR 191

Copy, headed ‘On Christs Wounds’, subscribed ‘Crashaw’.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 35r.

Our Lord in his Circumcision to his Father (‘To these first fruits of my growing death’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 98-9.

CrR 192

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 38r.

CrR 193

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 9v.

Out of Catullus (‘Come and let us live my Deare’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 194.

CrR 194

Copy, headed ‘Catull./Vivamus, mea Lesbia &c R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 50v.

CrR 195

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 24v.

CrR 196

Copy, headed ‘Vivamus mea Lesbia’.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich.

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 14r.

CrR 197

Copy, headed ‘Vivamus mea Lesbia’.

In: the MS described under CrR 153. c.1635-44.

Bodleian, MS Eng. poet. f. 25, fol. 13r.

Out of Grotius his Tragedy of Christes sufferinges (‘O thou the span of whose Omnipotence’)

First published in Grosart, Supplement (1888). Martin, pp. 398-400.

CrR 198

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

Edited from this MS in Grosart (Supplement) and in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 19v-21r.

Out of Martiall (‘Foure Teeth thou had'st that ranck'd in goodly state’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 188.

CrR 199

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 96r.

CrR 199.5

Copy, headed ‘out of Martiall To an old Woman’, subscribed ‘Tr. by Richd. Crashaw’.

In: A quarto miscellany of verse and prose, in two or more hands, i + 41 leaves, in modern half-calf. c.1735.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 11258, f. 4r.

CrR 200

Copy, headed ‘Vpon Aelia./Out of Martiall’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 21v.

Out of the Greeke Cupid's Cryer (‘Love is lost, nor can his Mother’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 159-61.

CrR 201

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 25r-6r.

CrR 202

Brief extract (lines 20, 21).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34r.

CrR 203

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich.

Folger, MS L.b.708, ff. 11v-12v.

CrR 204

Copy, headed ‘Loues Hue & Cry’, on a single octavo leaf.

In: the MS described under CrR 45. Late 17th century.

Bodleian, MS Eng. poet. d. 152, f. 98r-v.

Out of the Italian (‘Love now no fire hath left him’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 190.

CrR 205

Copy, headed ‘Italian’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 24r.

CrR 206

Copy in a musical setting by John Wilson, untitled.

In: A large folio volume of songs in musical settings by John Wilson (1595-1674), composer and musician, vi + 214 leaves (plus some blanks), gilt-edged, in contemporary black morocco elaborately gilt, lettered on each cover ‘DR. / I.W’, with silver clasps. Possibly Wilson's formal autograph MS or else in the hand of someone similarly associated with Edward Lowe (c.1610-82). c.1656.

Complete facsimile in Jorgens, Vol. 7 (1987). Discussed in John P. Cutts, ‘Seventeenth Century Lyrics: Oxford, Bodleian, MS. Mus. b. 1’, MD, 10 (1956), 142-209.

Edited from this MS in Poèmes de Donne Herbert et Crashaw mis en musique par leur contemporains, ed. André Souris (Paris, 1961), pp. 12-14.

Bodleian, MS Mus. b. 1, ff. 138v-9r.

Out of the Italian (‘Would any one the true cause find’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 190.

CrR 207

Copy, headed ‘Italian’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 23v.

Out of the Italian. A Song (‘To thy Lover’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 188-9.

CrR 208

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 22v-3v.

Out of Virgil, In the praise of the Spring (‘All Trees, all leavy Groves confesse the Spring’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 155-6.

CrR 209

Copy, headed ‘E Virg. Georg: particula In laudem Veris. R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 51v-2r.

CrR 210

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 30v-1r.

CrR 211

Brief extracts (lines 13, 14, 16).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34r.

Petronij Ales Phasiacis petita Colchis &c. R.Cr. (‘The bird, that's fetch't from Phasis floud’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 286. Martin, p. 382.

CrR 212

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 50v-1v.

CrR 213

Copy, headed ‘Out of Petronius’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 22r.

Prayer. An Ode, which was Praefixed to a little Prayer-book giuen to a young Gentle-Woman (‘Lo here a little volume, but great Book!’)

See CrR 145-6.

Psalme 23 (‘Happy me! ô happy sheepe!’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 102-4.

CrR 214

Copy, headed ‘Ps. 23. (Paraphrasticè.)’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 31r-2r.

CrR 215

Copy, headed ‘Psalme. 23. a Periphrastique’.

In: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, ff. 28r-9r.

CrR 216

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 13r-14r.

CrR 217

Extract (lines 13-16).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 32r.

CrR 218

Copy, headed ‘Ψ. 23.’, subscribed ‘R. Crashaw. poem. p. 25’.

In: A composite quarto verse miscellany, 199 leaves, in calf. Compiled (and ff. 2-39 written) by William Sancroft (1617-93), Archbishop Canterbury; the rest in other hands. Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 466, ff. 18v-19v.

Psalme 137 (‘On the proud bankes of Great Euphrates flood’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 104-5.

CrR 219

Copy, headed ‘Ps. 137. (Paraphrasi Poëtica.)’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 30v-1r.

CrR 220

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 14v-15r.

CrR 221

Copy, headed ‘Ψ. 137.’, subscribed ‘R. Crashaw. p. 27’.

In: the MS described under CrR 218. Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 466, ff. 17v-18r.

The Recommendation (‘These Houres, & that which houer's o're my End’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, p. 276.

CrR 222

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, f. 13r.

Sainte Mary Magdalene or The Weeper (‘Hail, sister springs!’)

Sancta Maria Dolorvm or The Mother of Sorrows (‘In shade of death's sad Tree’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 283-7.

CrR 223

Copy of stanzas 1-6.

In: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, ff. 15r-16r.

CrR 224

Extracts from stanzas 2 and 5, beginning at line 11 (‘What kind of marble than’) and rearranged.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 31r.

Sampson to his Dalilah (‘Could not once blinding me, cruell, suffice?’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 102.

CrR 225

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 3r.

CrR 226

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 98. Early 18th century.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 90, f. 108r.

A Song (‘Lord, when the sense of thy sweet grace’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, p. 327.

CrR 227

Copy, untitled, in a musical setting.

In: A folio songbook, 121 leaves (including c.20 blanks and an index), in contemporary calf (rebacked). Including ten poems by Carew and twelve poems by or attributed to Herrick, in musical settings, predominantly in a single hand (ff. 2r-63v, 92r-9r, 100r, with a change of style on ff. 64r-5v and in the index probably by the same hand), with 18th-century additions on ff. 81v-7v, 89r-v and 145v-53r, and scribbling elsewhere. c.1640s-60s.

Later owned by Colonel W.G. Probert, of Bevills, Bures, Suffolk. Sold by Quaritch in 1937.

Cited in IELM, II.i (1987), as the ‘Probert MS’: CwT Δ 4, HeR Δ 1. Discussed and analysed in John P. Cutts, ‘A Bodleian Song-Book: Don. C. 57’, M&L, 34 (1953), 192-211. Also briefly discussed in George Thewlis, ‘Some Notes on a Bodleian Manuscript’, M&L, 22 (1941) 32-5, and in Willa McClung Evans, ‘Shakespeare's “Harke Harke ye Larke”’, PMLA, 60 (1945), 95-101 (with a facsimile of f. 78r). A facsimile of the volume in English Song 1600-1675, ed. Elise Bickford Jorgens, Vol. 6 (New York & London, 1987).

Edited from this MS in Poèmes de Donne, Herbert et Crashaw mis en musique par leur contemporains, ed. André Souris (Paris, 1961), pp. 24-6; and in Major Poets of the Earlier Seventeenth Century, ed. Barbara K. Lewalski and Andrew J. Sabol (New York, 1973), pp. 1222-4; collated in Martin, p. xciv.

Bodleian, MS Don. c. 57, f. 35v.

CrR 228

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, f. 20r.

CrR 229

Copy in: A quarto volume of devotional works, 145 pages. c.1679.

Yale, Osborn MS b 259, p. 82.

Sospetto d'Herode (‘Mvse, now the servant of soft Loves no more’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 109-26.

CrR 230

Copy, with a title-page, La Strage De Gli Innocentj Dei Caualier Marino Nouember 15th 1637, in a gathering of ten quarto leaves (plus two blanks).

In: the MS described under CrR 218. Mid-17th century.

Edited in part from this MS in Claes Schaar, Marino and Crashaw: Sospetto d'Herode. A Commentary (Lund, 1971); collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 466, ff. 154r-63r.

CrR 231

Second copy, with a title-page, La Strage De Gli Innocentj Dei Caualier Marino Nouember 15th 1637, docketed in another hand ‘Translated by R.C.’, in a gathering of ten quarto leaves (plus two blanks).

In: the MS described under CrR 218. Mid-17th century.

Edited in part from this MS in Schaar; collated in Martin. This MS not in the same hand as CrR 230.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 466, ff. 164r-73r.

CrR 232

Copy, in the same mixed hand as the Bull MS (CrR Δ 4), entitled (in another hand, f. 1v) ‘La Strage Degli Jnnocentj Poema del Cavalier Marino. Tradotta Inglese da R. C.’ and headed (f. 2), in the main hand ‘Sospetto d' Herode Libro Primo’, in an octavo sewn booklet. c.1630s.

In: An unbound folder of miscellaneous manuscript and edited papers, in various hands and paper sizes, 119 leaves. Volume LI of the collections of Thomas Sydney Blakeney (1903-76), collector, traveller and mountaineer.

British Library, Add. MS 63129, ff. 14r-26r.

CrR 233

Extracts (28 lines, rearranged).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 32v.

The Teare (‘What bright soft thing is this?’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 84-5.

CrR 234

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 30r-v.

CrR 235

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 18v-19r.

CrR 236

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, ff. 22r, 23r, 24r.

CrR 237

Copy of a garbled 13-line version including stanza 1 and stanza 8 (lines 2-6).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 30v.

CrR 238

Copy in: A quarto miscellany of verse and prose, in English and Latin, in several hands, written from both ends, 84 leaves, in contemporary calf. Probably compiled principally by an Oxford University man. c.1630s-40s.

Names inscribed on rear flyleaf and paste-down ‘Elizabeth hosman’ and ‘William Blois’.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 142, f. 30r.

CrR 238.5

Extract, comprising lines 35-6, here beginning ‘A pillow for thee will I bring’, subscribed ‘Crashaw’.

In: the MS described under CrR 157.5. c.1736-47.

Leeds University Library, Brotherton Collection, MS Lt. 7, f. 7r.

Temperance. Or the Cheap Physitian Vpon the Translation of Lessivs (‘Goe now. and with some daring drugg’)

See CrR 71-76.

‘Though now 'tis neither May nor June’

First published in Grosart, Supplement (1888). Martin, pp. 397-8.

CrR 239

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

Edited from this MS in Grosart (Supplement) and in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 1r-v.

To our Lord, upon the Water, made Wine (‘Thou water turn'st to Wine (faire friend of Life’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 91.

CrR 240

Copy, headed ‘Christ turnes water into wine’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37r.

CrR 241

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 6r.

To Pontius washing his blood-stained hands (‘Is murther no sin? or a sin so cheape’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 94-5.

CrR 242

Copy, headed ‘On Pilate washing his hands’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 39v.

CrR 243

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 7r.

To Pontius washing his hands (‘Thy hands are washt, but ô the waters spilt’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 88.

CrR 244

Copy, headed ‘Pilate washes his hands’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 36v.

CrR 245

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

Edited from this MS in Grosart (Supplement). Collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 2v.

To the Infant Martyrs (‘Goe smiling soules, your new built Cages breake’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 88.

CrR 246

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 33r.

CrR 247

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 3v.

CrR 248

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 27v.

To the Morning. Satisfaction for sleepe (‘What succour can I hope the Muse will send’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 183-5.

CrR 249

Copy, headed ‘Ad Auroram. Somnolentiae expiatio. R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 49v-50r.

CrR 250

Copy, headed ‘Crosh: To ye Deane on occasion of sleeping chappell’.

In: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, f. 10r-v.

CrR 251

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 43r-4r.

CrR 252

Extracts, comprising lines 9, 19-29, 36, 37.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34r-v.

CrR 253

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 40. c.1641-9.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Harley MS 6917, ff. 54r-5r.

To the Name above Every Name, the Name of Iesus A Hymn (‘I sing the Name which none can say’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 239-45.

CrR 254

Extracts (? 39 lines, rearranged).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 31v.

To the Noblest & best of Ladyes, the Countesse of Denbigh. Perswading her to Resolution in Religion, & to render her selfe without further delay into the Communion of the Catholick Church (‘What heau'n-intreated Heart is This?’)

See CrR 87.

To the Same party Covncel Concerning her Choise (‘Dear, heaun-designed Sovl!’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 331-3.

CrR 255

Copy, headed ‘Good Councell to a yonge Gentlewoman’.

In: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, ff. 20v-1v.

Two went up into the Temple to pray (‘Two went to pray? ô rather say’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 89.

CrR 256

Copy, headed ‘Upon the Pharisee, & the Publicane’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 33v.

CrR 257

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 4v.

CrR 258

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 98. Early 18th century.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 90, f. 108r.

Vpon Bishop Andrewes his Picture before his Sermons (‘This reverend shadow cast that setting Sun’)

First published in Lancelot Andrewes, XCVI Sermons, 2nd edition (London, 1641). Among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 163-4.

CrR 259

Copy, headed ‘Upon BP. Andrewes picture before his booke R.Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 48v-9r.

CrR 260

Copy, headed ‘Crosh: on ye Picture of Bishoppe Andrewes before his booke’.

In: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, f. 27v.

CrR 261

Copy, headed ‘Vpon Bishop Andrewes’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 45v.

Vpon Ford's two Tragedyes Loves Sacrifice and The Broken Heart (‘Thou cheat'st us Ford, mak'st one seeme two by Art’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 181.

CrR 262

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 95v.

CrR 263

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 41v.

CrR 263.5

Copy in: A small quarto verse miscellany, predominantly in one secretary hand, erratically paginated up to 333, 250 leaves, in 18th-century boards. c.late 1630s.

Inscribed (on p. [330]) ‘Robert Lord his book Anno Domini’; (on [p. 335]) ‘william Jacob his booke Amen’; and, among scribbling on the last leaf, ‘Hugh Gibgans of the same’ and ‘John Winter of Buckland Dursbane [or husbande?]’. Owned in 1788 by Alexander R. Popham. Bloomsbury Book Auction, 23 November 2000, lot 8.

A microfilm is in the British Library, RP 7698.

Yale, Osborn MS b 356, p. 69.

Vpon Lazarus his Teares (‘Rich Lazarus! richer in those Gems, thy Teares’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 89.

CrR 264

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37v.

CrR 265

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 4r.

CrR 266

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 98. Early 18th century.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 90, f. 105v.

Vpon Mr. Staninough's Death (‘Deare reliques of a dislodg'd soule, whose lacke’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Reprinted as ‘Death's Lectvre at the Fvneral of a Yovng Gentleman’ in Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 175-6 (and 340-1).

CrR 267

Copy, headed ‘Vpon the Death of Mr Stanninough / Fellow of Queens Colledge in Cambridge’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 38v-9r.

CrR 268

Extracts from the later version, comprising lines 8-11, 25-8.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34r.

Vpon our Saviours Tombe wherein never man was laid (‘How life and Death in Thee Agree?’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 93.

CrR 269

Copy, headed ‘In Sepulchrum Domini. (Luke 23. where was neu man laid)’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37v.

CrR 270

Copy, headed ‘To our B Lord uppon the Choise of his Sepulcher’.

In: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

Copy.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, f. 14v.

CrR 271

Copy, headed ‘Crosh: In sepulchru domini’.

In: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, f. 12v.

CrR 272

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 6r.

CrR 273

Copy, headed ‘Christs Tombe’.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 28r.

Vpon the Asse that bore our Saviour (‘Hath onely Anger an Omnipotence’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 90.

CrR 274

Copy, headed ‘Upon ye Asse that carried or Saviour’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 33v.

CrR 275

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 4v.

Upon the birth of the Princesse Elizabeth (‘Bright starre of Majesty, oh shedd on mee’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 282-4. Martin, pp. 391-2.

CrR 276

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 57v-8v.

Upon the death of a freind (‘Hee's dead: Oh what harsh musicks there’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 292-3. Martin, p. 393.

CrR 277

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 65r.

CrR 278

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 25. c.1640s-60s.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 147, p. 37.

Vpon the Death of a Gentleman (‘Faithlesse and fond Mortality’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 166-7.

CrR 279

Copy, headed ‘Ad exequias / In obitum desideratissimi Mri Chambers, / Coll: Reginal. Socij. R. Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 64r-v.

CrR 280

Copy, headed ‘Vpon the Death of Mr Chambers / Fellow of Queens Colledge / in Cambridge’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 31v-2r.

CrR 281

Brief extract (lines 27-30).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34r.

CrR 282

Copy of lines 1-30, headed ‘An Elegie on a Scholler’.

In: An octavo verse miscellany, in a single neat predominantly italic hand, 72 leaves, in old leather. Probably compiled by one ‘H.S.’, a Cambridge man. c.1640s-50s.

Later owned by the Rev. Philip Bliss (1787-1857), antiquary and book collector, with his bookplate and inscription ‘1806 Purchased of Lansdown of Bristol’. Bliss sale, 21 August 1858, lot 192.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22603, f. 70v.

CrR 283

Copy, headed ‘On a Gentlemans death’.

In: the MS described under CrR 40. c.1641-9.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Harley MS 6917, ff. 55v-6r.

Vpon the Death of Mr. Herrys (‘A plant of noble stemme, forward and faire’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 167-8.

CrR 284

Copy, headed ‘In ejusdem præmatur obitu. Allegoricum. R.Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 69v-70r.

CrR 285

Copy, headed ‘Vpon the Death of Mr Herris / Fellow of Pembroke Hall / in Cambridge’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 32v-3r.

CrR 286

Copy oflines 15-21, here beginning ‘Amongst his leaues, ye day’.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 27r.

CrR 287

Extracts, comprising lines 36, 37, 78, 47-54, rearranged.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 34r.

Vpon the death of the most desired Mr. Herrys (‘Death, what dost? ô hold thy Blow’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 168-170.

CrR 288

Copy, headed ‘An Elegie on Mr Herris. R.Cr.’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 67r-8r.

CrR 289

Copy, headed ‘Vpon the same’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 33v-4v.

CrR 290

Copy of lines 31-4, here beginning ‘I'ue seene indeed ye hopefull bud’.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 27r.

CrR 291

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

Folger, MS L.b.708, ff. 7r-8r.

CrR 292

Copy of a version headed ‘2 Vpon his most accomplished freind Mr Harris of ye Society of Pembroke Hall Cantabr’, beginning at line 5 (here ‘This is hee whos rare frame’) and immediately followed by the further elegy ‘If eur pitty were acquainted’ (see CrR 10).

In: the MS described under CrR 10. c.1637.

Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 8684, ff. 24r-5r.

Vpon the Duke of Yorke his Birth A Panegyricke (‘Brittaine, the mighty Oceans lovely Bride’)

First published in Voces votivae ab academicis Cantabrigiensibus (Cambridge, 1640). Among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 176-81.

CrR 293

Copy, headed ‘A Panegyrick. / Upon the birth of the Duke of Yorke’, deleted.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 56r-7v.

CrR 294

Copy, headed ‘Crosh: On ye new borne Prince a Panegyricke’.

In: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, ff. 10v-12r.

CrR 295

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 39v-41v.

CrR 296

Extracts, comprising lines 11-14, 35-7, 68-76, 82, 83.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, ff. 34v-5r.

CrR 297

Copy, headed ‘Vpon ye Duke of Yorke’.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich.

Folger, MS L.b.708, ff. 2r-3v.

CrR 298

Copy, headed ‘Vpon the Newborn Prince a Panegyrick’, subscribed ‘Crashaw’.

In: An octavo notebook of extracts, chiefly verse, compiled by one or two University of Cambridge men, 69 leaves (plus numerous blanks), in contemporary calf. c.1653-60s.

Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 79, ff. 54v-6r.

Vpon the faire Ethiopian sent to a Gentlewoman (‘Lo here the faire Chariclia! in whom strove’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 183.

CrR 299

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 95v.

CrR 300

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 44r.

CrR 300.5

Copy of a version headed ‘Vpon the faire Aethiopian prnted to a gentlewoma’ and beginning ‘Sweetest Chariclia in whom sweetly stroue’.

In: the MS described under CrR 10. c.1637.

Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 8684, f. 23v.

Upon the gunpowder treason (‘Grow plumpe, leane Death. his Holinesse a feast’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 192-4. Martin, pp. 387-8.

CrR 301

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 54r-v.

Upon the gunpowder treason (‘Reach me a quill, pluckt from the flaming wing’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 190-2. Martin, pp. 386-7.

CrR 302

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 53r-4r.

Vpon the H. Sepvlcher (‘Here where our Lord once lay'd his Head’)

See CrR 313-15.

Vpon the Infant Martyrs (‘To see both blended in one flood’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 95.

CrR 303

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 36r.

CrR 304

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 7r.

CrR 305

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 27r.

CrR 306

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 28r.

Upon the Kings coronation (‘Sound forth, caelesiall Organs, lett heauens quire’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 279-80. Martin, pp. 389-90.

CrR 307

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 55r-v.

Upon the Kings Coronation (‘Strange Metamorphosis! It was but now’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 280-2. Martin, pp. 390-1.

CrR 308

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 55v-6r.

Vpon the Powder Day (‘How fit our well-rank'd Feasts doe follow’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 185.

CrR 309

Copy, headed ‘In conjurationem sulphuream’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37v.

CrR 310

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 4v.

Vpon the same (‘Pallas saw Venus arm'd and streight she cry'd’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 161.

CrR 311

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 95v.

CrR 312

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 21v.

Vpon the Sepulchre of Our Lord (‘Here, where our Lord once laid his Head’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, p. 86 (and later version, p. 277).

CrR 313

Copy, headed ‘On our Saviours Sepulcher’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 37v.

CrR 314

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin, p. 277.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, f. 13r.

CrR 315

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 3r.

Vpon the Thornes taken downe from our Lords head bloody (‘Know'st thou this, Souldier? 'tis a much chang'd plant, which yet’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 96-7.

CrR 316

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 36v.

CrR 317

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 8v.

Vpon two greene Apricockes sent to Cowley by Sir Crashaw (‘Take these, times tardy truants, sent by me’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 220-1.

CrR 318

Extract (lines 7-10).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 35r.

Vpon Venus putting on Mars his Armes (‘What? Mars his sword? faire Cytherea say’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 161.

CrR 319

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 95v.

CrR 320

Copy, headed ‘Vpon Venus putting on Mars his Armes. Out of Ausonius’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 21v.

Vexilla Regis, The Hymn of the Holy Crosse (‘Looke vp, languishing Soul! Lo where the fair’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 277-9.

CrR 321

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, ff. 13v-14v.

CrR 322

Brief extract (lines 9, 10).

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, f. 35r.

The Weeper (‘Haile Sister Springs’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, (London, 1646). 2nd edition (1648). Revised version published as ‘Sainte Mary Magdalene or The Weeper’ in Carmen Deo Nostro (Paris, 1652). Martin, pp. 79-83 (and later version pp. 307-14).

CrR 323

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin. Facsimile in Steps to the Temple (1970).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 28r-9v.

CrR 324

Copy of the preliminary couplet published in the second edition of Steps to the Temple (London, 1648), beginning ‘Loe where a wovnded Heart with Bleeding Eyes conspire’.

In: the MS described under CrR 18 (CrR Δ 2). c.1662.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 18044, f. 19v.

CrR 325

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 15v-18r.

CrR 326

Copy of stanzas 10, 11 and 13, with the addition of a final couplet.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, f. 24r.

CrR 327

Copy of the later version.

In: the MS described under CrR 4 (CrR Δ 6). c.1650s.

Folger, MS V.a.148, ff. 28v-30v.

CrR 328

Copy of stanzas 10-16, 18-19, 21-3, here beginning ‘Not in ye evenings eyes’, imperfect.

In: the MS described under CrR 238. c.1630s-40s.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 142, f. 29r-v.

The Widowes Mites (‘Two Mites, two drops, (yet all her house and land)’)

First published in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 86.

CrR 329

Copy, headed ‘The Widdowes two mites’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 35r.

CrR 330

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 2v.

CrR 331

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 98. Early 18th century.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 90, f. 106r.

Wishes. To his (supposed) Mistresse (‘Who ere shee bee’)

First published in Wits Recreations, 2nd edition (London, 1641). Among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 195-8.

CrR 332

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, ff. 47r-50r.

CrR 333

Copy of stanzas 10, 15-18, 35, beginning ‘A face made up’.

In: the MS described under CrR 22 (CrR Δ 5). Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Sloane MS 1925, ff. 25r, 26r.

CrR 334

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 40. c.1641-9.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Harley MS 6917, ff. 58r-60r.

With a Picture sent to a Friend (‘I paint so ill, my peece had need to bee’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 156.

CrR 335

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 95v.

CrR 336

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1.5 (CrR Δ 4). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 33219, f. 44r.

Latin and Greek Poems

Collections Epigrammatum sacrorum liber

Epigrammatum sacrorum liber

First published in Cambridge, 1634. Martin, pp. 5-64.

*CrR 337

Copy of an early version of the 179 epigrams by Crashaw subsequently published in 1634.

In: Copy of an early version of 185 epigrams by Crashaw, in a single italic hand, with (f. 1r) Crashaw's autograph title-page ‘Sacroru Epigramatum Liber’ and (ff. 2r-4v) his signed autograph prose dedication to ‘Amplissimi et ornatissimi nominis viro, Custodi nostro dignissimo, custodiam caelestem’ [i.e. Benjamin Laney (1591-1675)], Master of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, on 59 octavo leaves, in contemporary vellum gilt. c.1630s.

The first page later inscribed ‘James Andrew-Ashford’. Sotheby's, 14 February 1922, lot 424, to Quaritch, as ‘The Property of a Gentleman A well-known collector’, erroneously described as autograph throughout, with facsimiles in the sale catalogue of ff. 2r, 3v (signature only) and 32r.

The dedication first pub. in Martin (1927); Martin (1957), pp. 2-3. The MS collated in Martin and described, with a facsimile of Crashaw's signature, pp. liv-lvii. Facsimiles of part of the dedication also in Greg, English Literary Autographs, Plate XCIX(d-e) and (of ff. 2v-3r) in IELM, II.i (1987), Facsimile XIa, after p. xxii.

British Library, Add. MS 40176, ff. 4r-14v, 16r-59v.

CrR 338

Copy of all Crashaw's epigrams published in 1634 except the final one and the end of the penultimate one, in a rounded mixed hand, 104 Epigrams in the first part (pp. 73-121) headed ‘Epigrammata Divina Siue Occurrentia Quæda ex Xti: Uitâ et Quatuor Euangelijs decerpta’, 74 Epigrams in the ‘Secunda Pars’ (pp. 121-72), all apparently transcribed from a MS source.

In: A small quarto miscellany, in several hands, the greater part in one rounded mixed hand, written from both ends, 357 pages, in old blind-stamped calf. Mid-late 17th century.

Bookplate of Thomas Madden, of the Inner Temple and Rousky Castle, Fermanagh. Also once owned by John Sterne (1660-1745), Bishop of Clogher. Old pressmark F. 4. 28.

This MS selectively collated in Martin and described pp. lvii-lviii.

Trinity College, Dublin, MS 659, pp. 73-172.

Individual Epigrams

Abscessum Christi queruntur discipuli (‘Ille abijt. jamque ô quae nos mala cunque manetis’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 312. Martin, p. 356.

CrR 339

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4r.

‘Accipe dona, Puer. parvae libamina laudis’

First published in Waller (1904), p. 324. Martin, p. 367.

CrR 340

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 9r.

Act 1. In nubem, quae Dnu abstulit (‘O Nigra haec! Quid enim mihi candida pectora monstrat?’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 315. Martin, p. 359.

CrR 341

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5r.

Act. x. 39 (‘Quis malus appendit de mortis stipite vitam?’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 313. Martin, p. 357.

CrR 342

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4r.

Act. 12.6,7. In D. Petrum ab Angelo solutum (‘Mors tibi, & Herodes instant: cùm nuncius ales’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 314. Martin, p. 358.

CrR 343

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4v.

Act. 12.23 (‘Euge Deus! (pleno populus fremit vndique plausu)’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 310. Martin, p. 354.

CrR 344

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 2v.

Act 17. In Atheniensem merum (‘Ipsos naturae thalamos sapis, imaque rerum’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 312. Martin, p. 356.

CrR 345

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3v.

CrR 346

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 337. c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 40176, f. 15v.

Act 21. Nam ego non solum vinciri - &c.

First published in Waller (1904), p. 319. Martin, p. 363.

CrR 347

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 7r.

Acts 28.3 (‘Paule, nihil metuas. non fert haec vipera virus’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 308. Martin, p. 353.

CrR 348

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 2r.

Aeneas Patris sui bajulus (‘Maenia Trojae’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 222-3.

CrR 349

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 21v.

‘Ah ferus, ah culter! qui tam bona lilia primus’

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 225-7. Martin, pp. 365-6.

CrR 350

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 8r-v.

Apocal. xii. 7 (‘Arma, viri! (aetheriam quocumque sub ordine pubem’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 231-2. Martin, pp. 355-6.

CrR 351

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3v.

CrR 352

Copy, headed ‘Revel: 12.7/Et factum est praelium in caelo / Michael et Angeli ejus. &c.’.

In: the MS described under CrR 337. c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 40176, f. 15r.

Arion (‘Squammea vivae’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, p. 224.

CrR 353

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 21r-v.

Bonum est nobis esse hîc (‘Cur cupis hîc adeo, dormitor Petre, manere?’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 310. Martin, p. 354.

CrR 354

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 2v.

Bulla (‘Qvid tibi vana suos offert mea bulla tumores?’)

First published at the end of Daniel Heinsius, Crepundia siliana. ejusdem dissertatio de verae criticae (Cambridge, 1646). Among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 216-20.

CrR 355

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 18r-19v.

‘Circulus hic similem quàm par sibi pergit in orbem!’

First published in Waller (1904), p. 324. Martin, p. 368.

CrR 356

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 9v.

Cùm horum aliqua dedicâram Praeceptori meo colendissimo Amico amicissimo, R. Brooke (‘Qualiter è nido multâ jam floridus alâ’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 325. Martin, pp. 368-9.

CrR 357

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 10r.

Damno affici saepe fit lucrum (‘Damna adsunt multis taciti compendia lucri’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, p. 226.

CrR 358

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 17r.

Domitiano. De S. Johanne ad portam Lat. (‘Ergò vt inultus eas? Sed nec tamen ibis inultus’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 321. Martin, p. 365.

CrR 359

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 8r.

___________________ (‘Ecce tuos lapides! nihil est pretiosius illis’)

See CrR 442.

Ejusdem In caeterorum Operum difficili Parturitione Gemitus (‘O felix nimis Illa, & nostrae nobile Nomen’)

First published in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 207-8.

CrR 360

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 22v-3r.

Elegia (‘Ite meae lacrymae (nec enim moror) ite. Sed oro’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, p. 225.

CrR 361

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 27av.

Epitaphium (‘Quisquis nectareo serenus aevo’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 225-6.

CrR 362

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 27av.

Epitaphium in Dominum Herrisium (‘Siste te paulum (viator) ubi Longum Sisti’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, pp. 164-6.

CrR 363

Copy of lines 1-38, headed ‘Epitaphium Gulielmi Herisij socij Aulae Pemb: Crosh’.

In: the MS described under CrR 52 (CrR Δ 3). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 22118, ff. 29v-30r.

‘Ergò veni: quicunque ferant tua signa timores’

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 223-4. Martin, pp. 363-4.

CrR 364

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 7r-v.

Et conspuebant illum (‘Quid non tam foedè saevi maris audeat ira!’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 317. Martin, p. 361.

CrR 365

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 6r.

‘Felices! properâstis jo, properâstis. & altam’

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 235-6. Martin, pp. 364-5.

CrR 366

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 7v-8.

Honoratisso Do. Robo. Heath, summo Justit. de com. Banco. Gratulatio. (‘Ignitum latus, & sacrum tibi gratulor ostrum’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 326-7. Martin, pp. 376-7.

CrR 367

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 14v-15r.

Horatii Ode. Ille & nefasto te posuit die &c. (‘_______________________’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 329-30. Martin, pp. 377-8.

CrR 368

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 16r-v.

Humanae vitae descriptio (‘O vita, tantum lubricus quidam furor’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 226-7.

CrR 369

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 20v-1r.

Hymnus Veneri, dum in illius tutelam transëunt virgines (‘Tu tuis adsis, Venus alma, sacris’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 300-1. Martin, pp. 369-70.

CrR 370

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 10v.

In Apollinem depereuntem Daphnen (‘Stulte Cupido’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, p. 222.

CrR 371

Copy, headed ‘In Phaebum amantem’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 21r.

In Baptistam Vocem (‘Tantum habuit Baptista loqui, tot flumina rerum’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 314. Martin, p. 358.

CrR 372

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4v.

In Beatae Virginis verecundiam (‘Non est hoc matris, sed (crede) modestia nati’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 310. Martin, p. p. 354.

CrR 373

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3r.

In descensum Spiritûs Sancti (‘Quae vehit auratos nubes dulcissima nimbos?’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 313. Martin, pp. 356-7.

CrR 374

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4r.

In Eundem Scazon (‘Huc hospes, oculos flecte, sed lacrimis coecos’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, p. 214.

CrR 375

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 70r.

In (Joh. 17) Cygnaeam Di. Jesû cantionem (‘Quae mella, ô quot, Christe, favos in carmina fundis!’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 317. Martin, p. 361.

CrR 376

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 6r.

In lacrymas Christi patientis (‘Saeve dolor! potes hoc? oculos quoque perpluis istos?’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 309. Martin, p. 353.

CrR 377

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 2v.

In natales Domini Pastoribus nuntiatos (‘Ad te sydereis, ad te, Bone Tityre, pennis’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 311. Martin, p. 355.

CrR 378

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3v.

In Natales Mariae Principis (‘Parce tuo jam, bruma ferox, ô parce furori’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 350-2. Martin, pp. 375-6.

CrR 379

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 14r-v.

In obitum Rev. V. Dris Mansell Coll. Regin. Mri qui reu. Ds. Brooke interitum proximè secutus est (‘Ergo iterum in lacrymas, & saevi murmura planctûs’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 323-4. Martin, p. 379.

CrR 380

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 27a.

In partum B Virgs. non difficilem (‘Nec facta est tamen illa Parens impunè. quòd almi’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 324. Martin, p. 367.

CrR 381

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 9v.

In Picturam Reverendissimi Episcopi, D. Andrews (‘Haec charta monstrat, Fama quem monstrat magis’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple (London, 1646). Martin, p. 163.

CrR 382

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 13r.

In Pigmaliona (‘Paenitet Artis’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 223-4.

CrR 383

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 17v.

In reu. Dre. Brooke. Epitaphium (‘Posuit sub istâ (non gravi) caput terrâ’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 376-7. Martin, pp. 378-9.

CrR 384

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 27a.

In S. Lucam Medicum (‘Hanc, mihi quam miseram faciunt mea crimina vitam’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 317. Martin, p. 361.

CrR 385

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 6r.

In Sanctum igneis lnguis descendentem Spiritum (‘Absint, qui ficto simulant pia pectora vultu’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 324. Martin, p. 368.

CrR 386

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 9v.

In spinas demtas è Christi capite cruentatas (‘Accipe (an ingoscis?) de te sata germina, Miles’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 313. Martin, p. 357.

CrR 387

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4r.

Joh. 1. Agnus Dei, qui tollit peccata mundi (‘Ergò tot heu (torvas facies) tot in ora leonum’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 314. Martin, p. 358.

CrR 388

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5r.

Joh. 1. 23 (‘Vox ego sum, dicis. tu vox es, sancte Johannes?’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 311. Martin, p. 355.

CrR 389

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3r.

Joann. 3. In aquam baptismi Dominici (‘Felix, ô, sacros cui sic licet ire per artus!’)

First published in Epigrammatum sacrorum liber (Cambridge, 1634). Martin, p. 32.

CrR 390

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich (no variants recorded).

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 13v.

Joh. iii (‘Nox erat, & Christum (Doctor malè docte) petebas’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 314. Martin, p. 357.

CrR 391

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Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4v.

Joh.4. Rogavit eum, vt descenderet, & sanaret filium suum (‘Ille vt eat tecum, in natique, tuique salutem?’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 318. Martin, pp. 361-2.

CrR 392

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

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Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 6r.

Joann. 6. Quinque panes ad quinque hominum millia (‘En mensae faciles, rediviváque vulnera coenae’)

First published in Epigrammatum sacrorum liber (Cambridge, 1634). Martin, p. 16.

CrR 393

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich (no variants recorded).

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 14r.

Joh. 6.14.26 (‘Jam credunt. Deus es. (Deus est, qui teste palato)’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 309. Martin, p. 353.

CrR 394

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 2v.

Joh. 10. Ego sum ostium (‘Jamque pates. cordisque seram gravis hasta reclusit’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 312. Martin, p. 357.

CrR 395

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4r.

Joh. 12.37. Cùm tot signa edidisset, non credebant (‘Quantâ amor ille tuus se cunque levauerit alâ’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 315. Martin, p. 359.

CrR 396

Copy, headed ‘Joh. 12. 19. Cùm tot signa edidisset, non credebant’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5r.

Joh. 13. Domine, non solùm pedes, sed & caput, &c (‘En caput! atque suis quae plus satis ora laborant’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 315. Martin, p. 359.

CrR 397

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5r.

Joh. 13. 34. voi amorem praecipit (‘Sic magis in numeros, morituraque carmina vivit’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 309. Martin, p. 353.

CrR 398

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 2v.

Joh. 15. Ego vitis vera (‘Credo quidem. sed & hoc hostis te credidit ipse)’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 312. Martin, p. 356.

CrR 399

Copy, headed ‘Joh. 14. Ego vitis vera’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4r.

CrR 400

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 337. c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 40176, f. 15v.

Joh. 15.24. vidérunt, & odérunt me (‘Vidit? & odit adhuc? Ah, te non vidit, Jesu’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 318. Martin, p. 362.

CrR 401

Copy, headed ‘Joh.’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 6v.

joh. 19. In Sepulchrum Domini (‘Jam cedant, veteris cedant miracula saxi’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 309. Martin, p. 353.

CrR 402

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 2v.

CrR 403

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 337. c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 40176, f. 6r.

Luc. 5. Relictis omnibus sequuti sunt eum (‘Ad nutum Domini abjecisti retia, Petre’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 314. Martin, p. 358.

CrR 404

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4v.

Luc. 5.9. Pavor enim occupauerat eum super capturam piscium (‘Dum nimiùm in captis per te, Petre, piscibus haeres’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 318. Martin, p. 362.

CrR 405

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 6v.

Luc. xv (‘O ego vt Angelicis fiam bona gaudia turmis!’)

First published, in a version beginning ‘O Ut ego angelicis fiam bona gaudia turmis’, in Poemata et epigrammata (Cambridge, 1670). Martin p. 70 (and later version pp. 357-8).

CrR 406

Copy, headed ‘Luc. ix.’.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Martin (pp. 357-8).

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 4v.

Luc. 15.4 (‘O ut ego angelicis fiam bona gaudia turmis’)

See CrR 406.

Luc. 18 (‘Improba turba tace. Mihi tam mea vota propinquant’)

See CrR 408.

Luc. 18. Nec sicut iste Publicanus (‘Tu quoque dum istius miseri peccata fateris’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 316. Martin, p. 359.

CrR 407

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5v.

Luc. 18. 39. (‘Tu mala turba tace. mihi tam mea vota propinquant’)

First published, in a version beginning ‘Improba turba tace. Mihi tam mea vota propinquant’, in Poemata et epigrammata (Cambridge, 1670). Martin p. 69. Later version published in Waller (1904), p. 318, and in Martin, p. 362.

CrR 408

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 6v.

Luc. 19. Vidit urbem, & flevit super eam (‘Ergò meas spernis lacrymas, urbs perfida? Sperne’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 315. Martin, p. 359.

CrR 409

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5r.

Marc. 1 & Luc. 14 In (febricitantem & hydropicum) sanatos (‘Nuper lecta gravem extinxit pia pagina febrem’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 317. Martin, p. 360.

CrR 410

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5v.

Marc. 7. 33 & 36 (‘Voce, manuque simul linguae tu, Christe, ciendae’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 310. Martin, p. 354.

CrR 411

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3r.

Marc. 8 Pisces multiplicati (‘Quae secreta meant taciti tibi retia uerbi’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 315. Martin, p. 358.

CrR 412

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5r.

Mat. 4. Christus à daemone vectus (‘Ergò ille, Angelicis ô sorcina dignior alis’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 311. Martin, p. 355.

CrR 413

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3r.

CrR 414

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 337. c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 40176, f. 18r.

Mat. 6. 29. Videte lilia agrorum - nec Solomon &c. (‘Candide rex campi, cui floris eburnea pompa est’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 310. Martin, p. 354.

CrR 415

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3r.

CrR 416

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 337. c.1630s.

This MS collated in Martin.

British Library, Add. MS 40176, f. 8v.

Mat. 8 - & accedentes discipuli excivavérunt eum (‘Ah, quis erat furor hos (tam raros) soluere somnos’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 316. Martin, p. 360.

CrR 417

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5v.

Mat. 9 (‘Falleris. & nudum malè ponis (Pictor) Amorem’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 319. Martin, p. 363.

CrR 418

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

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Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 7r.

Mat. 9. Quaere comedit Magister vester cum peccatoribus &c. (‘Siccine fraternos fastidis, improbe, morbos’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 316. Martin, p. 360.

CrR 419

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

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Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5v.

Mat. 11. Legatio Baptistae ad Christum (‘Oro, quis es? legat ista suo Baptista Magistro’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 320. Martin, p. 363.

CrR 420

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 7r.

Mat. 15. In mulierem Canaanaeam cum Dno decertantem (‘Cjo. jam, jamque cadet modò fortiter vrge’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 316. Martin, p. 360.

CrR 421

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 5v.

Matth. 16. 25. Quisquis perdiderit animam suam meâ causâ, inveniet eam (‘I vita. I, perdam: mihi mors tua, Christe, reperta est’)

First published in Epigrammata sacrorum liber (Cambridge, 1634). Martin, p. 16.

CrR 422

Copy, headed ‘Ad Christum’.

In: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in yoklavich (no variants recorded).

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 13v.

Mat. 22. In Pharisaeos Christi uerbis insidiantes (‘O quàm te miseri ludunt vaga taedia voti’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 319. Martin, pp. 362-3.

CrR 423

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 6v.

Matth. 28. Ecce locus ubi jacuit Dominus (‘Ipsum, Ipsum (precor) ô potiùs mihi (candide) monstra’)

First published in Epigrammata sacrorum liber (Cambridge, 1634). Martin p. 28.

CrR 424

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 9 (CrR Δ 7). c.1630s.

This MS collated in Yoklavich (no variants recorded).

Folger, MS L.b.708, f. 13r.

Mitto vos, sicut agnos in medio luporum (‘Hos quoque? an hos igitur saevi lacerabitis agnos?’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 310. Martin p. 354.

CrR 425

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3r.

‘Ne pia, ne nimium, Virgo, permitte querelis’

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 229-30. Martin, pp. 366-7.

CrR 426

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 9r.

Non accipimus brevem vitam, sed facimus (‘Ergò tu luges nimiùm citatam’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 233-4. Martin, p. 371.

CrR 427

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 11r-v.

On Bp Andrew's's picture (‘Haec est, quae sacrâ didicit florere figurâ’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 332. Martin p. 374.

CrR 428

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 13v.

Phaenicus (Genethliacon & Epicedion) (‘Phaenix alumna mortis’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 224-5.

CrR 429

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 17v.

Ps. I (‘O te te nimis, & nimis beatum!’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 221. Martin, p. 352.

CrR 430

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 2r.

CrR 431

Copy, subscribed ‘R. Crashaw. MS.’

In: the MS described under CrR 218. Mid-17th century.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 466, f. 22r-v.

Pulchra non diuturna (‘Eheu ver breve, & invidum!’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 295-7. Martin, pp. 371-3.

CrR 432

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 11v-12.

Serenissimae Reginae librum suum commendat Academia (‘Hunc quoque maternâ (nimium nisi magna rogamus)’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 345. Martin, p. 377.

CrR 433

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 15r.

‘Spes Diva, salue. Diva auidam tuo’

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 237-8. Martin, p. 370.

CrR 434

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 11r.

Thesaurus malorum faemina (‘Qvis deus, O quis erat qui te, mala faemina, finxit?’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 221-2.

CrR 435

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 17r.

Tollat crucem suam - &c. (‘Ergò tuam pone. vt nobis sit sumere nostram’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 317. Martin p. 361.

CrR 436

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 6r.

‘Tolle oculos, tolle ô tecum (tua sydera) nostros’

First published in Waller (1904), p. 319. Martin p. 363.

CrR 437

Copy, untitled.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 7r.

Tranquillitas animi, similitudine ductâ ab ave captivâ & canorâ tamen (‘Vt cùm delicias leves, loquacem’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 227-8.

CrR 438

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 20r-v.

Veris descriptio (‘Tempus adest, placidis quo Sol novus auctior horis’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 303-5. Martin, pp. 373-4.

CrR 439

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 12v-13.

Votiva Domus Petrensis Pro Domo Dei (‘Ut magis in Mundi votis, Aviúmque querelis’)

First published, among The Delights of the Muses, in Steps to the Temple, 2nd edition (London, 1648). Martin, pp. 206-7.

CrR 440

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 22r-v.

Vox Joannes. Xus Verbum (‘Monstrat Joannes Christum, haud res mira videtur’)

First published in Waller (1904), p. 311. Martin p. 355.

CrR 441

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Waller and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 3r.

‘Ecce tuos lapides! nihil est pretiosius illis’

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 239. Martin, p. 365.

CrR 442

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 8r.

Poems in Latin and English of Doubtful Authorship

Ad librum super haec ab ipso ludi magistro editum, qui dr̈ Priscianus verberans & vapulans (‘Sordes ô tibi gratulamur istas’)

Extracts (14 lines) first published in William Hawkins, Priscianus verberans et vapulans (London, 1632). The whole poem published in Grosart, II (1873), 315-16. Martin, p. 413.

Probably spurious (see Martin, p. lxiv).

CrR 443

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, ff. 15v-16r.

Meliùs purgatur stomachus per vomitum, quàm per secessum (‘Dum vires refero vomitûs, & nobile munus’)

First published in Grosart, II (1873), 317-18. Martin, p. 411.

Probably spurious (see Martin, p. lxiv).

CrR 444

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 13v.

Priscianus verberans, & vapulans (‘Quid facis? ah! tam perversâ quid volvitur irâ?’)

Lines 39-40 first published in William Hawkins, Priscianus verberans et vapulans (London, 1632). The whole poem published in Grosart, II (1873), 311-13. Martin, pp. 411-12.

Probably spurious (see Martin, p. lxiv).

CrR 445

Copy in: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 15r-v.

Vpon a gnatt burnt in a candle (‘Little = buzzing = wanton elfe’)

First published in Grosart, I (1872), 284-5. Martin, pp. 413-14.

Probably spurious (see Martin, p. lxv). Also ascribed to Thomas Randolph and to Thomas Vincent.

CrR 446

Copy, ascribed to Crashaw in the MS index.

In: the MS described under CrR 1 (CrR Δ 1). c.1640s [and later].

Edited from this MS in Grosart and in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Tanner 465, f. 44v.

CrR 447

Copy, headed ‘On a gnatt wch was burnt in a candle & fell into an Inkshorne’, here beginning ‘Silly Buzzing wanton Elfe’ and ascribed to ‘Tho: Vincent Coll. Trin.’.

In: the MS described under CrR 25. c.1640s-60s.

This MS collated in Martin.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 147, pp. 14-15.

CrR 448

Copy, headed ‘On a gnatt wch was burnt in a candle & fell into an Inkehorne’, here beginning ‘Silly, buzzing, wanton elfe’, subscribed ‘Thomas Vincent’.

In: An octavo verse miscellany, in a single small hand, written from both ends, 25 leaves (foliated 44r-68v), bound with a MS by ‘W. C.’ (ff. 1r-43v) dated 1653, i + 68 leaves in all, in 18th-century half-calf. c.1630s.

Possibly connected with the Darell family, some of the poems relating to Sir Samuel Darell and the death of Elizabeth Darell.

Bodleian, MS Rawl. poet. 210, f. 57r.

CrR 449

Copy, here beginning ‘Silly buzzing wanton elfe’, subscribed ‘T R.’.

In: the MS described under CrR 10. c.1637.

Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 8684, f. 11r-v.

Document(s)

Document(s)

*CrR 450

Autograph deposition by Crashaw, signed twice, concerning the case of John Ellis, December 1641. 1641.

Cited, together with other related records in these archives, in Hilton Kelliher, ‘Crashaw at Cambridge’, in New Perspectives on the Life and Art of Richard Crashaw, ed. John R. Roberts (Columbia & London, 1990), pp. 180-214 (pp. 213-14).

Cambridge University Archives, Vice-Chancellor's Court, III. 37 (Exhibita Files), item 125.

CrR 451

Entry in the Account Books of the Venerable English College, autograph or in another hand, recording money paid to him between 3 April and 22 June 1647, beginning ‘The 3d of April I Rich: Crashaw haue received two pistols moneta Romana...’. 1647.

English College, Rome, Liber 313, ff. 72v-3r.

*CrR 452

A series of four autograph entries in English, one of them signed, recording loans made to Crashaw on 17 December 1647, 3 January 1647/8, 18 May and 31 October 1648, in the Account Books of the Venerable English College. 1647-8.

Facsimile of f. 20v in IELM, II.i (1987), Facsimile XIb, after p. xxiv. Three of these entries (but not the first) discussed, together with other allusions to Crashaw in the English College records, in Kenneth J. Larsen, ‘Some Light on Richard Crashaw's Final Years in Rome’, MLR, 66 (1971), 492-6.

English College, Rome, Liber 314, f. 21r-v.

*CrR 453

Crashaw's signed autograph subscriptions in Latin in the official Admission Books of Peterhouse, Cambridge, under the dates 20 and 22 November 1636. 1636.

Facsimile in Greg, English Literary Autographs, Plate XCIX(b). The text also edited in Martin, p. 418.

Peterhouse, Cambridge, Admission Books.

*CrR 453.5

Crashaw's autograph signature, as a Fellow of Peterhouse, in the official Treasury Records of the college, agreeing to a college loan to King Charles I, 6 July 1642. 1642.

Facsimile in Greg, Plate XCIX(c) (though the date is misprinted in his transcript as 1624). The text is also printed in Martin, p. 419.

Peterhouse, Cambridge, Treasury Records.

Letters

Letter(s)

CrR 454

Copy of a lengthy letter in English by ‘R.C.’, evidently Crashaw, [to Joseph Beaumont], from Leiden, 20 February 1643/4. 1644.

Edited in Martin, pp. xxvii-xxxi, with a facsimile after p. xxx. Believed by him to be ‘almost certainly’ autograph (even ‘though cramped and hurried’). The recipient was identified by Elsie Duncan-Jones.

Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 7316.

Miscellaneous Extracts from Works by Crashaw

Extracts

CrR 455

Extracts, including The Weeper and The Teare from Crashaw's Steps to the Temple (1646).

In: A quarto miscellany of verse and prose, i + 200 leaves (ff. 129-199 blank), in quarter-vellum over boards. Compiled by John Phillipps, of Exeter College, Oxford, and the Middle Temple, who has inscribed the front pastedown ‘John Phillipps. med: Temp: Lond: 1776’. c.1776-1804.

Acquired from Cumming of Exeter, 1941.

Bodleian, MS Eng. misc e. 241, ff. 20r-4r, 96v-8r.

CrR 456

Extracts from poems.

In: A large untitled folio anthology of quotations chiefly from Elizabethan and Stuart plays, alphabetically arranged under subject headings, in a single mixed hand, in double columns, 900 pages (lacking pp. 1-4, 379-80, 667-8, 715-20 and 785-8), including (pp. 893-7) an alphabetical index of some 351 titles of plays, in modern boards. This is the longest known extant version of the unpublished anthology Hesperides or The Muses Garden, by John Evans, entered in the Stationers' Register on 16 August 1655 and subsequently advertised c.1660, among works he purposed to print, by Humphrey Moseley. Another version of this work, in the same hand, dissected by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1820-89), is now distributed between Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Halliwell-Phillipps, Notes upon the Works of Shakespeare, Folger, MS V.a.75, Folger, MS V.a.79, and Folger, MS V.a.80. c.1656-66.

Formerly MS 469.2.

This MS identified in IELM, II.i (1980), p. 450. Discussed, as the ‘master draft’, with a facsimile of p. 7 on p. 381, in Hao Tianhu, ‘Hesperides, or the Muses' Garden and its Manuscript History’, The Library, 7th Ser. 10/4 (December 2009), 372-404 (the full index printed as ‘Catalogue A’ on pp. 385-94).

Folger, MS V.b.93, passim.

CrR 457

Extracts, headed ‘These Verses Taken out of Mr Richard crashaws Poems’.

In: A large quarto miscellany of verse extracts, comprising 182 entries, in a single cursive hand varying in style, 115 unnumbered leaves (plus 26 blanks), in contemporary calf. Entitled (f. [1r]) ‘A Collection of Miscellany Poems from the Greatest Poets, both Ancient and Modern That i have Read, & here place for my own entertainment, to diuert Malincolly Thoughts, & to assist My Memory, That was neuer Good at no Time:’. Late-17th century.

From the library at Newburgh Priory, Yorkshire.

Harvard, MS Eng 631, Nos 119-32.