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Again the glorious temple shall arise, 855
And with new lustre pierce the neighbouring skies.
In dignity and power; sent down from heaven,
No more may man inquire, nor angel know.
Now, Solomon! remembering who thou art,
Gracious to others, thy desires fuppress'd,
With upward speed his agile wings he spread;
Supreme, all-wife, eternal Potentate!
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Original of Beings! Power divine! 885
Since that I live, and that I think, is thine !—
Benign Creator! let thy plastic hand
Dispose its own effect ; let thy command
Restore, Great Father! thy instructed son;
And in my act may thy great will be done 1 890
KNGRAVEN ON THREE SIDES OF AN ANTIQUE LAMP» GIVEN BY ME TO LORD HARLEV.
Antiquam hanc Lampadem
e Museo Colbertino allatam,
Domino Harleo inter Ksi/^ia sua
Reponendam D. D. Matthæus Prior.
This Lamp, which Prior to his Harley gave,
Indulgent Time, through future ages fave,
Sperne dilectum Veneris facellum,
A N Ode inscribed to the Memory of the Ho*
To a Person who wrote ill, and spake worse
against me ...... ib.
A True Maid ib.
Another --.----- ib.
The Thief and the Cordelier: ABallad to the Tune
of King John and the Abbot of Canterbury P. 96 To Chloe 99
An Epitaph - - - - - ib.
Written in Montaigne's Effays, given to the Duke of Shrewsbury in France, after the Peace, 1713 - - - . - - - 103 An Epistle, desiring the Queen's Picture. Written at Paris, 1714: but left unsinished, by the sudden News of Her Majesty's Death - 103
To the Right Honourable the Countess Dowager of Devonshire, on a Piece of Wieffen's, whereon were all her Grandsons painted - - 104.
A Fable from Phædrus, to the Author of the Medley, 1710 ..... 107
To the Right Honourable Mr. Harley - ib.
To Mr. Harley, wounded by Guiscard, 1711 109
Extempore Invitation to the Earl of Oxford, Lord
High Treasurer, $712 - - - 111
Erle Robert's Mice, in Chancer's Style - 112
Two Poems in the fame Style - - 114
A Flower painted by Simon Varelst - - II g To the Lady Elizabeth Harley, afterwards Marchioness of Carmarthen, on a Column of her drawing ...... ibid.
Protogenes and Apelles - - - - 116
Democritus «md Heraclitus - - - 119
On my Birth-day, July 21 • - - - 120 Epitaph extempore - - - - -121