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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
Chronological Table of Milton's Works.
ANNO A.D. ÆTATIS
1624. 15. Paraphrase of Psalms CXIV. and CXXXVI.
1625. 16. 1626. 17.
Letter I. To his Tutor, Thomas Young.
Sylv. I. Ode on the Death of the Vice-Chancellor of
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.
On the Death of the University Beadle.
1627. 18. Elegy IV. To his Tutor, Thomas Young. 1628. 19.
Letters II. III. and IV.
Elegy VII. Anno ætatis 19.
Sylv. IV. Nature Unimpaired by Time
1629. 20. Elegy V. On the Approach of Spring.
1629. 21. Ode on the Nativity.
1630. 21. The Circumcision.
22. Epitaph on the Marchioness of Winchester.
At a solemn Music.
On May Morning.
Sonnet I. (Warton's edition.)
1631. 23. Sonnet VII. Arcades.
Epitaph on Shakspeare.
Two Epitaphs on Hobson.
On his Twenty-third Year.
Psalm CXIV. In Greek.
L'Allegro and Il Penser oso.
Letters VI. and VII.
To Salsillus, Scazons.
1641. 33. Treatise of Reformation.
1642. 34. Apology for Smectymnuus.
Sonnets IX. and X.
First prose work.
Of Prelatical Episcopacy.
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF MILTON'S WORKS. XV
1644. 37. On Divorce.
1645. 38. Bucer on Divorce.
1646. 39. To John Rouse. In Latin.
Sonnets XIII. and XIV.
Sonnets XI. and XII.
On the New Forcers of Conscience.
1653. 46. 1654. 47.
Translation of Nine Psalms, commencing with the
The Tenure of Kings.
First Four Books of History of Britain.
First Defence. In Latin.
Letters XI. XII. and XIII.
Translation of Psalms from I. to VIII.
Letters XIV. XV. XVI. and XVII.
1655. 48. His own Defence. In Latin.
A Manifesto of the Lord Protector.
1656. 49 Letters XVIII. XIX. and XX.
• Sonnet XXIII.
Letters XXIII. XXIV. XXV. XXVI. and XXVII.
Paradise Lost commenced. Finished, 1665, in seven
years, when he was 58.
Letters XXVIII. XXIX. and XXX.
Short Prose Pamphlets.
Accidence commenced Grammar.
Paradise Lost published.
Remainder of History of Britain.
Artis Logicæ Plenior Institutio.
Of True Religion.
Treatise on Christian Doctrine.
Discovered in 1823.