Henry Vaughan - Works

Works

  • Poems with the Tenth Satire of Juvenal Englished
  • Peace
  • Olor Iscanus
  • Silex Scintillans
  • Silex Scintillans II
  • Mount of Olives
  • Flores Solitudinis
  • Hermetical Physics
  • The Chemist's Key
  • Humane Industry
  • Thalia Rediviva
  • The World
  • The Retreat
  • The Evening-Watch
  • A Discourse of Coin and Coinage: The first Invention, Use, Matter, Forms, Proportions and Differences, ancient & modern: with the Advantages and Disadvantages of the Rise and Fall thereof, in our own or Neighbouring Nations: and the Reasons. Together with a short Account of our Common Law therein. (1675)

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