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Marries his second wife, Catharine Woodcock, who died within the year.

Resides in Jewin Street. Marries his third
wife, Elizabeth Minshull, thirty years
younger than himself, who survived him
about fifty years.

Resides at Chalfont, Buckinghamshire, where
he completes his 'Paradise Lost.'
Death, November 8, at Bunhill-Fields.

Chronological Table of Milton's Works.

A.D.

ANNO
ETATIS

1624. 15. Paraphrase of Psalms CXIV. and CXXXVI.

1625. 16. Letter I. To his Tutor, Thomas Young.

1626. 17.

Sylv. I. Ode on the Death of the Vice-Chancellor of
Cambridge.

Sylv. II. On the Fifth of November.

Sylv. III. On the Death of the Bishop of Ely.
On the Death of a fair Infant, dying of a Cough.
Elegy I.
To Charles Diodati.

Elegy II.

Elegy III.

chester.

On the Death of the University Beadle.
On the Death of the Bishop of Win-

1627. 18. Elegy IV. To his Tutor, Thomas Young.

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1629. 20. Elegy V. On the Approach of Spring.

Elegy VI. To Charles Diodati.

Sylv. V. On the Platonic Idea.
Sylv. VI. To his Father.

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A Manifesto of the Lord Protector.

Sonnets XVIII. XIX. XX. XXI. and XXII.

1656. 49 Letters XVIII. XIX. and XX.

Sonnet XXIII.

Letters XXIII. XXIV. XXV. XXVI, and XXVII.

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Paradise Lost commenced. Finished, 1665, in seven

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