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Horace and Lydia Book iii. Ode ix.
ib. Song.--See what a conquest love bas made ... ib.
Floriana, a Pastoral, upon the Death of her Paris to Helen. Translated froin Ovid's Epis-
THE YURMETABY: A VERY INNOCENT AND HARMLESS The Skillet
Rufinus; or, the Favourite. Imitated from Just as you please; or, the Incurious
his disputing publicly at Christ Church, Thame and Isis
The Man of Honour. Occasioned by a Post- Verses by Lord Halifax. From Dr. Z. Grey's
To the right hon. Robert, Earl of Oxford and Hannah
A Fairy Tale, in the ancient English Style 353 Hymn for Evening
The Convert's Love....
A Desire to Praise
On Queen Anne's Peace. (Written in December
A Translation of Part of the first Canto of the To Dr. Swift, on his Birth-day, November 30,
A Niglat-Piece on Death
ib. Epigram.—The greatest gifts that nature does
453 On her Majesty's Statue in St. Paul's Church
The Author's Life, by Dr. Jobuson ........... 457, Colin's Complaint A Song
A Poem on the late glorious Successes, &c. seeing the Tragedy of Cato. Occasioned by
An Epistle to Flavia, on the Sight of two Pin- Mæcenas.-Verses occasioned by the Honours
conferred on the right hon. the Earl of
Song.–When Sappho with harmonious airs... 469 Knight of the most noble Order of the
On Nicolini and Valentini's first coming to the
ib. Song on a fine Woman who had a doll Hus-
ib. Occasioned by his first Visit to Lady Warwick,
The Reconcilement between Jacob Tonson and Song.-- The Fair Inconstant
472 | To Lady Jane Wharton, on her studying the
Horace, Book i. Epistleiv. imitated. To Richard Ode for the new Year, 1716
ib. Ode for the King's Birth-day, 1718
A Song, for St. Cecilia's Day, at Oxford 528 The Transformation of Echo
Lord Halifax, in the Year 1701 .
530 | The Story of Salamis and Hermaphroditus.
Mr. Addison .......
To Sir Godfrey Kneller, on his Picture of the
On the Return of King William from Ireland,
Prologue to Smith's Phædra and Hippolitus... ib.
Resurrectio delineata ad Altare Col. Magd.
Ode. -How are thy servants blest, O Lord !... ib.
Machinæ Gesticulantes, Anglicè, a Puppet-
On the Lady Manchester, written on the
L. Eusden to Mr. Addison, on his Cato..... ib.
The Story of Phaeton ......
ib. On Cato : occasioned by Mr. Addison's Tra-
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