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The first Hymn of Callimachus. To Jupiter. 189 To Fortune
Engraved on a Colamn in the Church of Hal without stop or stay
IL ....................................... 196 The insatiable Priest
Solomon on the Vanity of the World : a Poem. A Case stated
Upon playing at Ombre with two Ladies ..... ib.
Engraven on three Sides of an antique Lamp, Cavendish Harley, when a Child
: Perses spoken to Lady Henrietta Cavendish Epistle, 1716.-I pray, good lord Harley, let
Prologue to the Orphan. Represented by True's Epitaph
The Mice. To Mr. Adrian Drift, 1708 257 A Fable, inscribed to Dr. Swift
III. Set by Mr. De Pesch.-Strepbonetta,
V. Set by Mr. De Pesch.--Let perjurid
Pontius and Pontia.
ib. X. Set by Mr. Smith.-Why, Harry,
what ails you? wbiy look you so
XXV. Set by Mr. C. R.-Chloe beauty
has, and wit......
XIX. Set by Mr. Smith.-Since we your Carmen deprecatorium ad Eundem
ib. Dum bibimus Obrepit non intellecta
Epistle to the right honourable Charles Lord Verses to the Memory of Grace Lady Ge-
269 thin, occasioned by reading her Book, en-
271 y To Mr. Dryden, on bis Translation of Persius. ib.
Epigram, written after the Decease of Mrs. To Sir Godfrey Kneller, occasioned by L-
Y's Picture .....
f Pleasing. An Epistle to Sir Richard Temple. 299 Duke of Marlborough.
Fritten at Tunbridge Wells, on Miss Temple, Pindaric Ode
Pindaric Ode, humbly inscribed to the Homer's llymn to Veaus
se Jathor's Life, by Dr. Johnson
de.—What art thou, life, whose stay we court. 395% An Epistle to Tbomas Lambard, Esq.
396X An Ode to the right hon. John Lord Gower,
be fair Nu. A Tale
Letter to the Koight of the sable Shield 401 Horace, Book i. Ode ix. imitated. From the
ppbo to Phaon, a love Epistle. Translated Horace, Book iii. Ode iï.
Mr. Pope. In Imitation of a Greek Epi-
SONGS AND BALLADS.
The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson
427 XIII. To a Lady, on her Passion for old China. 478
The Fan: a Poem. In three Books.
epigrammatical Petion of John Gay. 479
The Shepherd's Week. In Six Pastorals.
The Toilette : a town Eclogue. Lydia 480
444 The Funeral: a town Eclogue. Sabina, Lucy. 489
IV. To the right hon. Paul Methuen, Esq. 471 the Old Bailey, 1725..
X. To the learned ingenious Author of Li Verses to be placed under the Picture of Sir
centia Poetica discussed; or the true Richard Blackmore, England's Arch-Poet;
containing a complete Catalogue of his
XII. To a young Lady, with some Lampreys. ib. by Handel
The Transformation of Lychas into a Rock 500 XXX. The setting Dog and the Partridge. ib.
The Debate of the Gods......
ib. XXXV, The Barley-Mow and the Dung-
An Answer to the Sompner's Prologue of XXXIX, The Father and Jupiter
The mad Dog
507 XLIV, The Hound and the Huntsman ..
FABLES.—IN TWO PARTS.
XLVII. The Court of Death....
and the Philosopher
PART THE SECOND.
1. The Dog and the Fox. To a Lawyer... ib.
III. The Mother, the Nurse, and the
III. The Baboon and the Poultry. To a
V. The Wild Boar and the Ram
VI. The Squire and his Cur. To a Conntry
XI. The Peacock, the Turkey, and the
IX. The Jackail, Leopard, and other Beasts.
To a modern Politician...
XI). Cupid, Hymen, and Plutus......... ib.
X. The degenerate Bees. To the Rev. Dr.
XIV. The Monkey who had seen the
XI. The Pack-Horse, and the Carrier. To
XV. The Philosopher and the Pheasants. ib.
XN. Pan and Fortune. To a young Heir... ib.
XVII. The Shepherd's Dog and the Wolf. ib.
XIV. The Owl, the Swan, the Cock, the Spi-
der, the Ass, and the Farmer. To a
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