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The Dove,

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Page 5
Erle Robere's Mice, in Chaucer's Seyic,

Chauce
In the same Style,

10 and 11
To Fortune,

11
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To Cloe,

ib. .
To Cloe vceping. .
Cloe hunting,
Clwe jealous, -
Answer to Cloe jealous, in the same Style, -
A better Answer,
Venis mistaken,
Venus' Advice to the Muses,
The Judyinent of Venus,
Phillis Age, . • •
Chaste Florimel, -
The Question, im Lisetta, and Lisetta's Re
Cupid and Ganymedle, - -
Cup.d mistaken, -
Cupid in Ambush,
Cupid turned Ploughman, from Moschus, -
Cupid turned Stroller,
Mercury and Cupid,
Deniocritus and Heraclitus, - - -
Merry Andrew, -
Gaulierus Dani tonus ad amicos,
Imitate., - - - -
Chanson, and Initation,
The Lady's Looking-Gl.ss,
The Lady who offers her Looking-Glass to Venus,
The Chameleon,
The Flies,
The Female Phaeton,
The Wanderiny

The Wandering Pilgrim,

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The Despairing Sliepherd,
The Old Gentry,

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The Pedant,ntigo

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The Remedy worse than the Disease, -
The Secretary, written at the Hague, 1698,
Considerations on Part of the lxxxviiith Psalm, - i).
Two Riddles, 1710, - -
On Beauty, a Riddle,
An Extempore Invitation to the Earl of Oxford, -
Written at Paris, 1700. in the Beginning of Robe's Geography 43
Written in Montaigne's Essays, .

41.
Written in the Beyinning of Mezeray's History of France, ib.
Written in the Nouveaux Interests des Princes de L'Europe, 45
Written in an sid,

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