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A.

ADdress to an house in Fe-street

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153
Ale, a panegyrick on.

Numb. 3. 65
Alsop (Antonii) Johanni Nicol ode epistolaris. 159
Anacreon's first ode burlesqued.

76
Anacreon's sixty second ode imitated.

390
In Antrum novem fororibus extructum.

160
Arbori Pullenianæ.

80
Arms of Achilles.

276
Assembly, on a young lady taken ill at one.

74
Aflurance, happiness of a good one.

310

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B.
Batchelor's degree, on taking it.

348

С
Chaucer's recantation,
Congreve's epistle to Lord Cobham.
Court of the lion, a fable.

230
396
72

D.
Debt, pleasure to be out of it.
Discontent, the progress of it.
Distress'd damsel.
On dreams, from Petronius Arbiter.
Drone and Spider, a fable.

114
235
310

69
154

E.
Elbow-chair, address to one new-clothed.
On an epigram,
On ditto.

28
78
118

118

276

On a grotto.

Epigrama.

Page 360 translated.

390 Fpistle from a lady to a gentleman abroad.

195 Epitaph on a bastard child murder'd by its mother, La

tin and English. Euripides, chorus in the second act of his Hecuba.

28 in the 3d. act of his Electra.

F. To Fancy.

I13 Febris intermittens.

ΙΙ9 Fiddes, (Machen) A.M. de Barking Essexiæ Sedgwicke

Harrison M.D. & prælectori hiftorices. Cambdeniano. 77 Freind's verscs spoken to Queen Caroline.

398 Funeral reflection.

197 G. Gout, a receipt for it.

193 Grant (William) Esq; his majesty's advocate for Scotland, to be placed under his picture.

230

187 H. Habacuci Prophetæ Oratio.

37 Horace, Book ii. Ode 12. imitated.

32 i. Ode 4. translated. i. Ode 22. imitated.

114 i. Ode 5. paraphrased.

157 ii. Satire 6. ver. 79. imitated.

190 ii. Ode 10. translated.

228 iii. Ode 3. translated.

307 iii. Ode 30. alluded to. ii. Ode 14. imitated. i. Ode

7:

imitated. Hudibras, part of the first Canto translated into Latin

doggrel. Hymn to the Creator.

63 J. Job, Chapter xxxix.

K.
Keith (Petri) Ode adverfæ valetudinis Causâ Ulyffipo-

nem adituri.

Numb. 3. 71

348 389 391

358

278

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116 158

Numb. 3. 70

L.
On Miss L
On a young lady playing and finging.
Lady and caterpillar. A fable.
Love elegy.
Disintereited lover.
Lover's midnight serenade.
Loveling's Latin translation of Prior's Lady's Look-

ing-Glass.
Lunar influence.

227 73 75

319 188

M.
Morning, an ode.
City mouse and country mouse, a fable.
Musick, on the power of it, a sonnet,

234 190 192

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On an orange-tree in the window of Flavia's bed-

chamber.

357

P.
To miss B-P-

194 Philips (Ambrose) epitaph on, by Mr. Rolt.

:: 356 Piety, an ode to.

31 Pitt' (Rev. Mr. Christopher) poems by, epistle to J. Pitt, Efg;

265 Verses on a flower'd carpet.

266 Epigram on the fame.

ibid. Epistle to Mr. Spence.

313 The invitation, an epistle to a friend at court. 315

Epistle to Mr. Spence, when tutor to Lord
Middlesex.

345 Ode to John Pitt, Esq;

385 to the same.

387 Poet, epigram on a cold one.

357
Pope, (Alexander) his verses on seeing the ladies at
Crux-Euston.

Ditto, inscription on a grotto, the work of
nine ladies.
Prologue to the Student.

63

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273

S. Seneca, chorus in his Medea.

350 Sickness, reflections in.

70 Soliloquy on recovery from

156 Smart (Christopher) poems by, ode on the fifth of

December, being the birth-day of a very beautiful young lady.

225 Sweet William

Morning-piece: or, an hymn to the hay- 311 makers.

274 Samueli Saunders, Col. Regal. Cantab.

280
Noon-Piece: or, the mowers at dinner. 305
Inscriptions on an Æolian harp.
Night-piece: or, modern philosophy.

353 Soliloquy by Thyrsis gazing at Kitty's chamber-window. 232 Sonnet from the Italian.

352 A fong.

268 Sympathetic loadstones, from Strada.'

354

I.

Tibullus, elegy in imitation of

25 Toasts, of writing on them, an epistle to Mr. Warton. 238 The modern traveller.

35 On miss Tr-11-pe.

200

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