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The Mice. To Mr. Adrian Drift, 1708.
Page 235 Two Riddles, first printed in the Examiner, 1910. 239 Epigram, extempore, to the Master of St. John's College, 1712.
240 Nell and John.
241 Bibo and Charon.
ibid. Wives by the Dozen.
ibid. Fatal Love.
242 A Sailor's Wife.
ibid, On a F-t, let in the House of Commons. ibid. The Modern Saint.
243 The Parallel.
ibid. To a Young Lady, who was fond of Fortunetelling.
244 A Greek Epigram imitated.
245 To a Friend on his Nuptials.
ibid. "The Wandering Pilgrim, humbly addressed to Sir
Thomas Frankland, Bart. Poft-master, and Pay-
246 Venus's Advice to the Muses.
248 Cupid turned Ploughman, from Moschus. ibid. Pontius and Pontia.
249 Cupid turned Stroller. From Anacreon.
250 To a Poet of Quality, praising Lady Hinchinbroke. 250 The Pedant.
ibid. Cautious Alice.
252 The Incurable.
ibid. To Fortune.
253 Chafte Florimel,
Page 255 Epigram.
ibid. On Bishop Atterbury's burying the Duke of Buck
ingham, 1720. Upon Honour. A Fragment.
- ibid. Two Enigmas.
257 The Old Gentry.
ibid. The Insatiable Priest.
258 A French Song imitated.
259 A Case stated.
ibid. Upon playing at Ombre with Two Ladies. -260 Cupid's Promise, a French Song, paraphrased. ibid. To the Earl of Oxford, written extempore in Lady Oxford's Study, 1717.
261 Letter to the Honourable Lady Margaret-Cavendish Harley, when a Child.
262 Lines written under the Print of Tom Britton, the.
Small-coal-man, painted by Mr. Woolafton, ibid. Truth told at last.
263 Written in Lady Howe's Ovid's Epistles. ibid. Two Epistles.
ibid. True's Epitaph. Epigram.
ibid. The Viceroy, a Ballad.
265 Songs written for Musick.