For supportive interest, indispensable technical expertise, new finds, and good advice in this ambitious multimedia archive, the author thanks with special pleasure all of the following: Bonnie Duncan and Steven Max Miller at ReSoundings; the journal's Editorial Board; the several peer-reviewers of this archive; Matthew Johnson, Millersville University, and (on loan from Philadelphia) Jeremy Gammache, who both constructed the initial design of this elaborate document; Diane Duell, Director, and Stephen Gadsby, Multimedia Specialist, Web & Multimedia Services department within Information Technology, Millersville University, who assisted with dispatch and perfect courtesy in many essential updates, amendments, and technical refinements; Emily Koti (Warner Music Classics, London), who graciously granted permission (15th June 2006) for this document's use of Henry Purcell's "Triumphing Dance" (Dido and Aeneas; Wm Christie, Conductor; Erato/Warner Music, 1995), and Lisa Nauful (Warner Music Group, California), who cordially coordinated the request; Richard McCready, musician (Baltimore, MD), who promptly constructed a digital file of the Purcell music for this archive's homepage; Brian Goodfellow (University of Ulster, Jordanstown, Co. Antrim, No. Ireland), who capably constructed (autumn, 2006) this archive's kinetic butterfly motif ('Ephelia's Orange Tip', the poet's first butterfly patronym); John B. Heppner, PhD, taxonomic entomologist and Executive Director, Association for Tropical Lepidoptera (, who found and named the new Ephelia butterfly and moth patronyms, imaged in this archive, and also discussed on Dr Heppner's site and in his illustrated articles on this subject in Lepidoptera News (June, 2000) and Antenna (January, 2001); Giles Barber, Librarian emeritus, Taylor Institution, Oxford University; Boosey & Hawkes, London; Georgina Colwell, Soprano, and Musical Director, Musicair Ltd., Hersham, Surrey; Paul Duffie, Chief Administrator, Blenheim Palace, and John Forster, Palace Education Officer, later Palace Art Collection; Patricia Hargis, ESTC Office, University of California, Riverside, who coordinated the essential update of the ESTC 'Ephelia' records, 2001 ; Daniel R. Harris, composer-musician; G.P.S. Drye, Lamport Hall, Northamptonshire, England; Joanne LaTourette and Connie Thorson, Pelletier Library, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania; Norman Mangouni, Publisher, Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints, who introduced to the market (1992) an important first book on the 'Ephelia' subject; Sir Oliver Millar, Surveyor Emeritus of the Queen's Pictures, who shared with the author (Summer, 2003) important information on portraits of Lady Mary Villiers (e.g., the Syon House portrait; see Millar et al., Van Dyck [2004], IV.A34, p.641); James Mulraine, Associate Director and Head of Research, Historical Portraits gallery, London, who directed the author to new information on Lady Mary and who acknowledged the author's recent work (2003) on the Historical Portraits website; Rostenberg and Stern Rare Books, New York City, which nominated the author's first 'Ephelia' edition for an MLA book prize and which valuably directed the author to the imitation-Elzevier book arts of the Mathys firm of Leiden; E. Ann Rust, Gloucestershire, England; the late Arthur H. Scouten, St Germaine-en-Laye, France, for wise guidance at several junctures; John T. Shawcross, emeritus, University of Kentucky, for gracious permission to include his response to the Villiers attribution in the closing section of this e-monograph; Sotheby's, New York, Old Masters Department; Ray W. Stedman, Estate Director, Wilton House, Wiltshire, Salisbury; Robin Belle Sternberg, book-collector, painter, and Sergeant, NYPD; Stephen Tabor, Early Printed Books, Huntington Library; James Thorpe, Huntington Library. The author is especially grateful to the many venues which generously granted permission for this archive's use of various materials, and to several colleagues who have appreciated this very big project and who have found it useful in their teaching and research methodologies.