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A I R Dido thus of old protested,
Ne'er to know a second flame ; But alas! The found the jested,
When the stately Trojan camc.
Nature a disguise may borrow,
Yet this maxim true will prove; Spite of pride, and spite of sorrow,
She that has an heart must love.
What on earth is so enchanting,
As beauty weeping on her weeds? Thro' flowing eyes on bosom panting
What a rapturous ray proceeds ?
Since from death there's no returning,
When th' old lover bids adieu,
Are but signals for a new.
A. : A Cademical philofophers, on a sect of them. Page 304
361 Anecdote of a miraculous escape of King Charles II. 82
written by Bishop Atterbury.
concerning the executioner of King Charles I. 299 Arabick language, on the use of it. Astronomical studies, the pleasures and advantages of. 336 Atterbury, (Bishop) his letter to his son Osborne.
Baxter, (Richard) his vindication of his own conduct. 166 On Beauty.
IÓI -- see Allegory.
Castler Building, introduction to a new system of.
- Chap. I.
249 284 331 379
- IV. Clergy, a scheme to raise a fund for the maintenance
of their widows and children. an address to thein.
Clergyman's family, distresses of one.
- further distresses.
widow's history. - daughter's history: Country, innocence of it.
Page 95 .
Earthquakes, seasonable reflection on the late ones.
modern conversation on the same.
wonderful effects of the same exemplified. Eulogy on early rising:
Fell, (Dr. John, bishop of Oxford) his speech at his tri
ennial visitation, 1685. Fiddling considered, as far as it regards an University.
Genesis chap. xiii. verse 10. corrected.
Book iii. Ode 26. explained.
- - Ode i. explained.
Of intellectual pleasure.
Learning of no party.
heir, as he was going to be cut down.
On female Patriotism.
Scripture, on the abufe of it in conversation. -
Stigand's speech to William the conqueror. Page 367
ditto, advising him to adapt his work more to
University, letter to a young gentleman on his en-