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PO E T RY.,

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A.
ADdress to an house in Fe-ftreet.

Ale, a panegyrick on. - Numb. 3. 65
Alsop (Antonii) Johanni Nicol ode epistolaris.

159
Anacreon's first ode burlesqued.

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76
Anacreon's sixty second ode imitated..

390
In Antrum novem fororibus extructum.
Arbori Pullenianæ.
Arms of Achilles.

276
Assembly, on a young lady taken ill at one.
Assurance, happiness of a good one.

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

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Epigrama.

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--- translated.
Epistle from a lady to a gentleman abroad.

196
Epitaph on a bastard child murder’d by its mother, La-

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

in the 3d. act of his Electra.

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113

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F.
To Fancy.
Febris intermittens.
Fiddes, (Machen) A.M. de Barking Effexiæ Sedgwicke

Harrison M.D.& prælectori hiftorices. Cambdeniano.
Freind's verses spoken to Queen Caroline.
Funeral reflection.

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Gout, a receipt for it.

193
Grant (William) Efq; his majesty's advocate for Scot-

land, to be placed under his picture.
On a grotto.

H. .
Habacuci Prophetæ Oratio. -
Horace, Book ii. Ode 12. imitated.

i. Ode 4. translated. - Numb. 3. i
- i. Ode 22. imitated.

114
- i. Ode 5. paraphrased.

157
ii. Satire 6. ver. 79. iinitated.

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- ii. Ode 10. translated. -

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iii. Ode 3. translated.

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.

Job, Chapter xxxix.

- - 278

K.
Keith (Petri) Ode adverfæ valetudinis Causâ Ulyffipo: .
nem adituri.

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On Miss L-

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On a young lady playing and singing.

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Lady and caterpillar. A fable,

Numb. 3. 70
Love elegy.

227
Disintereited lover. - -

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Lover's midnight serenade. -

75
Loveling's Latin translation of Prior's Lady's Look-

ing-Glass.
Lunar influence.

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

chamber.

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To miss B- P
Philips (Ambrose) epitaph on, by Mr. Rolt.
Piety, an ode to.
Pitt (Rev. Mr. Christopher) poems by, epistle .to J.
Pitt, Efq;
– Verses on a flower'd carpet.

Epigram on the fame.
Epistle to Mr. Spence.
The invitation, an epistle to a friend at court.

Epistle to Mr. Spence, when tutor to Lord
Middlesex.
Ode to John Pitt, Esq;

to the same. ..
Poet, epigram on a cold one:
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,

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Psalm xi. translated.

xxix. paraphrafed.

R. Raleigh (Sir Walter) verses by. Reflection on the year 1720.

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Seneca, chorus irr his Medea.
Sickness, reflections in.

- Soliloquy on recovery from
Smart (Christopher) poems by, ode on the fifth of

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

-- Sweet William

- Morning-piece: or, an hymn to the haymakers. -----Samueli Saunders, Col. Regal. Cantab.

- Noon-Piece : or, the mowers at dinner.

- Inseriptions on an Aolian harp. - Night-piece: or, modern philosophy. Soliloquy by Thyrsis gazing at Kitty's chamber-window. Sonnet from the Italian. :A song.. Sympathetic loadstones, from Strada.

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Tibullus, elegy in imitation of
Toasts, of writing on them, an epistle to Mr. Warton.
The modern traveller.
On miss T-11-pe.

W.

- Walpole (Sir Robert) epistle to.
Warton (Mr. Thomas) epistle to.
On a watch .-
Widow's resolution.
Wishing, the absurdity of it.
World a fiddle and dance.

END of the First Volmme,

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