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ill. On an Eagle confined in a College Court. ib.

IV. On the sudden Death of a Clergyman. 18

V. On Good-Nature ................. .. ....... ib.

WI. On Ill-Nature ............................. 19

WII. To the reverend and Tearned Dr. Web-
ster, occasioned by his Dialogues of
Anger and Forgiveness.................. ib.

WHL Epithalamium ............................ 20

IX. The Author apologizes to a Lady for his

being a little Man....................... ... ib.

X. An Ode on the 26th of January, being

the Birth-day of a young Lady ...... 21

XI. On taking a Bachelor's Degree ......... ib.

XII. A Morning-Piece; or, an Hymn for the

Hay-Makers ........... ------------------- ib.

XIII. A Noon-Piece; or, the Mowers at Din-

ner . . . . . . . . . . . . . ----------------------------- 22

XIV. A Night-Piece; or, modern Philosophy. ib.

XV. On Miss — .............................. 23

XVI. On the fifth of December, being the

Birth-day of a beautiful young Lady. ib.

Ode for Music on Saint Cecilia's Day ......... ib.

On the Eternity of the Supreme Being, a po-

etical Essay............... ----------- ------------- 28

On the Immensity of the Supreme Being, a

Poetical Essay......... --------------------------- 29

On the Omniscience of the Supreme Being, a

Poetical Essay....................... ... --------- 31

On the Power of the Supreme Being, a poeti-

cal Essay.......................................... 33

On the Goodness of the Supreme Being, a po-

“tical Essay.................................... ... 34

The Hop-Garden: a Georgic. In two Books.

* I. ............................................ 36

!'. ............................................ 39

The Hilliad: an epic Poem.

A Letter to a Friend at the University of

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POEMS OF WILKIE.

The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers ......... 109
The Author's Preface to his Epigoniad......... 123

The Epic:oxiad.

Book I. ............ .......... ----------------- ...... 133
II. ... 134
III. ..... ... 141
IV. . 145
V. .. ... 151
Vs. .. ... 157
VII. .. . 161
VIII. .. . 168

A Dream. In the Manner of Spenser ......... 177

Day .......... ------------- ----------- -------------- 75

To Miss S-P–e........... - ......... ib.

Disertissime Romuli Nepotum, imitated after

dining with Mr. Murray ..................... ib.

Inscriptions on an AFolian Harp ... ib.

An Epigram by Sir Thomas More. ... ib.

The long-nosed Fair .............................a 76

Fanny.—Blooming Fair. Translated into La-

tin, in the Manner of Mr. Bourne ......... ib.

Horace, Ode iv. Ad Xanthiam Phoceum ...... ib.

The pretty Chambermaid. In Imitation of

the above Ode of Horace .............. ...... ib.

Christophorus Smart Samueli Saunders, Col.

Regal, S. P. D. .......... ----------------------- 77

The famous general Epitaph from Demos-

thenes ................................. ........... ib.

Carmen in S. Caeciliam. A Latin Version of
Pope's Ode on St. Cecilia's Day ............ ib.

A Latin Version of Milton's L'Allegro ......... 80

Datur Mundorum Pluralitas, A Voyage to the

Planets. Translated by the Rev. Mr.

Fawkes, A. M..................................... 82

Materies gaudet Vi Inertiae, The Temple of

Dullness. Translated by the same Hand. S4

Mutica Oscitationum Propagatio solvi potest

mechanice, A mechanical Solution of the

Propagation of Yawning. Translated by

the same Hand .............. ------------------- 87

The Horatian Canons of Friendship ............ - 88

An occasional Prologue and Epilogue to Othello,

as it was acted at the Theatre Royal in

Drury Lane, on Thursday the 7th of March,

1751, by Persons of Distinction, for their

Diversion .......... ------------- -------- ----------- 91

Epilogue to the Apprentice .......... ----------- 92

Epilogue spoken by Mr. Shuter, at Covent-

Garden, after the Play of the Conscious Lo-

vers, acted for the Benefit of the Middlesex

Hospital for Lying-in-Women, 1755, in the

Character of a Man-Midwife.................. ib.

De Arte Critica. A Latin Version of Mr. Pope's

Fssay on Criticism ..... -------------------- ..... 93

The Kite and the Rooks........ ------------------- 179

The Muse and the Shepherd.......... ... 180

The Grasshopper and the Glow-worm ......... 181

The Ape, the Parrot, and the Jackdaw ... 182

The Boy and the Rainbow...... ---------- ... 183

Celia and her Mirror........................... ... 184

The Fishermen. Imitated from Theocritus ... 185

Cupid and the Shepherd....... ------------------ 186

The Swan and other Birds .... ................... 187

The Lover and his Friend. To the Poets...... ib.

an useful Hint to the Critics ..................

The Hare and the Partan ...................

A Dialogue. The Author and a Friend

192

. ib.

193

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POEMS OF FA WKES.

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Cupid baffled ....................................... 227
Death and the Doctor........... ---------------- ... ib.
An occasional Prologue, spoken by Mr. Powell,
at the Opening of the Theatre Royal in Co-
vent Garden, on Monday, September 14,
1767................. ----------- -------------------- ib.
Verses on converting the Chapel to a Kitchen,
at the Seat of the Lord Dounerayle, called
the Grove, in Hertfordshire .................. 228
Verses on the Duke of Cumberland's Victory
at Culloden, in the Year 1746 ............... ib.
Verses inscribed on a Monument, called the
Tomb of Care, in the Garden of the late
John Rich, Esq. at Cowley in Middlesex;
whereon three beautiful Boys ars covering
a funeral Urn with a Veil of Flowers ...... 229
The Epitaph (in Letters of Brass, inserted by
a female Figure representing History) on a
marble Pyramid o the Monument of John,
Duke of Argyle ...... --------------------------- ib.
Verses on the Name, P. Whitehead, sub-
scribed to the above Inscription, being re-
moved thence some time after the Monu-
ment was erected ................ -------------- ib.
Verses to Mr. Brooke, on the Refusal of a
Licence to his Play of Gustavus Vasa... ... ib.
Song.—As Granville's soft numbers tune My-
ra's just praise ..... ---------------------------- ib.
To Dr. Schomberg, of Bath ..................... 230
Epitaph, by Mr. Garrick, on Paul Whitehead,
Esq. ......... ......................... ............. ib.

To Miss Herring. With four Odes on the

Seasons...... . ............. * - - - - - - - - - ............. 243

A vernal Ode, sent to his Grace the Lord Arch-

bishop of Canterbury. March 12, 1754 ... ib.

Ode to Summer. By a Gentleman of Cam-

bridge ............................. ---------------- ib.

An autumnal Ode. To Mr. Hayman, the

Painter. October, 1754 ............... ..... 244

Ode on Winter. By a Gentleman of Cam-
bridge ........ - - - ------- -------------------------- ib.
An Ode to his Grace the Lord Archbishop of
Canterbury ........ ------------ -------------- ..... ib.

Aurelius: an Elegy. Sacred to the Memory

of Thomas Herring, D. D. late Lord Arch-

bishop of Canterbury ....... -------------------- 245

On the Death of his most sacred Majesty King

George the Second........................ ..... 246

To his most sacred Majesty, on his Accession. . ib.

A Parody on a Passage in Milton's Paradise .

Lost. Book iv............................ --------- ib.

David's Lamentation over Saul and Jonathan.
Samuel, Book ii. Chapter i. ...... ib.

The Picture of Old-Age, paraphrased from

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The Brown Jug : a Song. Irmitated from the

Latin of Hieronymus Aumaltheus ............

A Pair of Spectacles. From Bourne

The Stage Coach. From the same .

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