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Falentine,

699 An Address from the Statues at Stowe to

evenge,

ib. Lord Cobham, on his return to his Gar-

g in Snowy Weather,

ib.

den,

ib:

a Watch'd at Midnight,

700 To Lady W

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on seeing her in the

Ford George Graham, on his Adion

Park after her recovery from a long Ill-

- Oftend, on the 24th of June 1745, ib. ness,

iba

Blank Leaf of a Book, fent to Mi To Mr. Garrick, on his united Ideas of

la,

ib. Actor and Writer,

713

'rogress of Wit, a Caveat,

gor On Sir Haac Newton,

ib.

urt of Ading. Dedicated to the Earl To Clio, on her praising Mr. Dyer, and

Chesterfield,

703 Thowing me somc of his Verses,

ib.

'edication of the Beech-Tree, occasion. On two Lovely and Loving Sisters,

ib,

by the late Discovery of making Oil To the Editor of Albania, A Poem. Ad-

a the Fruit of that Tree,

707 dressed to the Genius of Scotland, and

. Lib. I. Ode V.

708

dedicated to General Wade,

ib.

on the Death of Mr. Dennis,

ib. Verses Written on Windows, in several

on a Window, in the Highlands of Parts of the Kingdom, in a journey to

tland,

709

Scotland,

714

.s made for Mr. Savage, and sent to The Diftinction of Ages,

715

"-dy Macclesfield, his Mother,

ib. The Muse to the Writer. A Translation

Gady Mary Wortley Montague's bring-

from the French of Dubartas,

iba

with her, out of Turkey, the Art of An Ode to Aftræ. From the French of

culating the Small-pox,

ib. Dubartas,

716

elia, in the Country. On pulling down Epigram on giving the Name of Georgia

Martin's Church,

ib. to a part of Carolina,

717

pser to the Resolve,

710 A Letter from a departed Spirit to the Au-

ver to a Scurrilous Obfene Poem, inti-

thor (Mr. Pope), of a Lady's Character,

led, “ An Epiftle from Mrs. Robinson lately published in a Thursay's Journal,

Senesino,"

ib. The CIV. Pfalm,

Choice. To a Friend,

ib. To his Muse,

719

he Editor of Clarissa,

ib. The Tears of the Muses. A Poem,

ib.

he two generous Masters St. Quintin, Camillus. A Poem. Humbly inscribed to

I their tender Affedion to each other,

the Right Honourable Charles Earl of

their Progress through, and Recovery Peterborough and Monmouth. Written

om the Small-pox,

711

in the Year 1707,

723

: to a Lady with a Pocket Looking Free Thoughts upon Faith; or, the Reli-

ass,

ib. gion of Reason,

David Mallet, Esq. on a mistaken suppo The Judgment-Day. A Poem,

730

Trion that I had forgot him,

ib. Cleon to Lycidas. A Time Piece.

734

e Ador's Epitome,

ib. The Excursion of Fancy. A Pindaric Ode, 738

e Lord's Prayer in Verse,

712

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A Poem on the Seat of War in Flanders, . Monsieur Maynard Imitated. To the Right

chiefly with relation to the Sieges; with Honourable the Lord Cornwallis,
the Praise of Peace and Retirement, writ On a Mischievous Woman,
ten in 1710,

759 The Coquette, To the Right Honourable Charles Lord The Widow and Virgin Sisters. Being a Cornwallis, Baron of Eyre, &c.

761 Letter to the Widow in London, The Rose Bud. To the Right Honourable On the Death of my Dear Eriend, Mr. Eli. ID Lady Jane Wharton,

762 jah Fenton, 1730, Belinda at the Bath,

ib. To Mr. Thomas Mariot, Esq. The Coy: An Ode,

ib. A Poem on Death, To the Honourable Mrs. Elizabeth Town Courage in Love,

fhend, afterwards Lady Cornwallis, on The Complaint. Celia to Damon, her Picture ac Rainham,

ib. To Mr. Pope, on bis Works, 1726, 763 TRANSLATIONS TROM IESIOD AND APOLLOSHËS Part of the Tenth Book of the Iliads of

RHODIUS. Homer. In the Style of Milton, 764 The Battle of the Gods and Titans From A Pastoral, to a Young Lady, upon her leav

Theogony of Hefiod; with a Description ing and return to the Country,

767

of Tartarus, &c. Poverty and Poetry,

768

The Love of Jason and Medea. From the To a Lady, playing with a Snake,

769

Third Book of Apollonius Rhodius, To a Lady of Thirty,

ib.

Epistola ad Amicum Rusticantem,
On the Birth-Day of Robert Trefusis, ib.
To a Gentlenian of Seventy, who Married

SITTEEN ODES OR ANACREON. a Lady of Sixteen,

770 The Xllth. Chapter of Ecclefiafticus. A Ode XV. Happy Life, Paraphrase,

ib. Ode XVI, The Power of Beauty, The Conclusion of an Epilogue to Mr.

Ode XX. To his Mistress, Southerne's last Play, called, “ Money

Ode XXIV. Imitated, * the Mistress,

771 Ode XXV. Imitated, On a Flower which Belinda gave me from Odc XXXI. The Pleasing Phrenzy, her Bosom,

772 Ode XXV. The Story of Talus, from the Fourth Book Ode XXXVI. The Spring, of Apollonius Rhodius,

ib. Ode XLVIII. Gay Life, From the Eleventh Book of the Iliads of Ode I. The Happy Effects of Wine,

Homer. In the Style of Milton, 773 Ode LU. Grapes; or, the Vintage, To Mrs. Eliz. M-t, on her Picture, Ode LIII. The Rose, 1716,

774 Ode LIV. Growo Young, Prologue to Mr. Fenton's excellent Tragedy, Ode LV. The Mark, Mariamac,

ib. Ode LVI. To Mr. A. Pope, who corrected my Verses, 775 Ode LXIV.

To

Apollo,

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Sirft Hymn of Callimachus to Jupiter, 799 A Dialogue between a Poet and his Servant,
econd Hymn of Callimachus to Apollo, 8c0 In Imitation of Horace,

818
James Thornhill, on his excellent Ode to John Pitt, Esq. advising him to build
- nting, the Rape of Helen, at the Seat a Banqueting-House on a Hill that over-
General Esle, in Dorsetshire. Written

looks the Sea,

819
she Year 1918,

802 Ode to John Pitt, Esq. on the same subject, 820
Ssf the Second Book of Statius, 803 On Mrs. Walker's Poems, particularly that
e Death of a Young Gentleman,

805
on the Author,

821
s's Passion, from a Greek Ode of Mr. On the Art of Prcaching. A Fragment.
rtin's, fornuerly of New College. An

In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry, ib.

ib. Invitation to Dr. Doddington. In Allusion
e King's Return, in the Year 1720, ib. to Horace,

822
e Masquerades,

806 Mr. Pitt to his Brother C. Pitt, on his hav.
shadow. An Ode,
ib. ing a Fit of the Gout,

ib.
and elia Playing on a Lute,

807 Written in the Folds of a Pin-Paper,

De Minimis Maxima. Autore Ludovico Disne
aze unknown Author of the Battle of
Sexes,

ib. combe,
rwelfth Ode of the First Book of Ho Translation of the foregoing,

ib.
ib. An Epitaph Inscribed on a Stone that covers
Twenty-Second Ode of the First Book

his Father, Mother, and Brother,
Horace,
,

808 A Poem on the Death of the late Earl Stan-
ɔlogue for the Strolers,

ib. hope. Humbly Inscribed to the Countess
VIII. Translated,

of Stanhope,

ib.
i XXIV. Paraphraled,

ib. Epitaph on Dr. Keil, the late famous Aftro-
E. XXIX.

ib.
eina XLVI. Paraphrased,

810 Horace, Book II. Epift. XIX. Imitated. Ain
2 XC. Paraphrased,
ib. Epistle to Mr. Robert Lowth,

ib.
a CXXXIX. Paraphrased. In Miltonic To Mr. Spence, prefixed to the Essay on
Tre,
811 Pope's Odyssey,

825
CXLIV. Paraphrased,
812 | Imitation of Spenser,

ib.
Chap. III.

813 Epifle to J. Pitt, Esq. In Imitation of Ho-
Chap. XXV. Paraphrased,
ib.

826
Song of Moses, in the Fifteenth Chap Epistle to Mr. Spence. In Imitation of Ho-
of Exodus, Paraphrastd,

race,

ib.
Third Ode of the Second Book of Ho Invitation to a friend at Court,
ce, Paraphrased,

815 Epiftle to Mr. Spence, when Tutor to Lord
Third Ode of the Fourth Book of Ho-

Middlesex. In Imitation of Horace, ib.
ce, Paraphrased,

ib.
the approaching Congress of Cambray.

VIDA'S ART OF POETRY.
Iritten in 1721,

816
: Fable of the Young Man and his Cat, ib. Dedication to the Right Honourable Philip
Mr. Pope, on his Translation of Homer's

Earl Stanhope, Vifccunt Mahon, and Ba-
liad,

817
ron Elvalton,

828
cimen of a Translation of the Odyssey, ib, | Book I.

ib.
his Majesty's playing with a Tiger in Book II.
Kensington Gardens,
8181 Book III.

841

809

nomer,

824

race,

814

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