The epigram is not here translated.
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Elegy IV: To His Mistress, whose husband is invited to a feast with him. The poet instructed her how to behave herself in his company. By Dryden .
Elegy XIV: He comforts his mistress for the loss of her hair by the means she took to beautify it. By an unknown hand.
Elegy X: Ovid tells Graecinus, that he is fallen in love with a couple of ladies. By an unknown hand.
Elegy XV: The Poet addresses the ring which he has sent a present to his mistress. By an unknown hand.
Elegy I: The Poet deliberates with himself whether he should continue writing elegies, or attempt tragedy.
Elegy XII: He complains that the praises he has bestowed on his mistress in his verses, have occasioned him many rivals.
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