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The first Hymn of Callimachus. To Jupiter. 189 To Fortune

241
The second Hymn of Callimachus. To Apollo. 190 Nonpareil.....

ib.
Charity: a Paraphrase on the thirteenth Chap Chaste Florimel

ib.
ter of the first Epistle to the Corinthians 192 Doctors differ ....

Copid in Ambush

ib. | Epigram.-Meek Francis lies here, friend :

Engraved on a Colamn in the Church of Hal without stop or stay

ib.
stead in Essex ; the Spire of which, burnt On Bishop Atterbury's burying the Duke of
down by Lightning, was rebuilt at the Ex Buckingham, 1720

ib.
pence of Mr. Samuel Fiske, 1717 ........... ib. Upon Honour. A Fragment...

ib.
Alma: or the Progress of the Mind. In Three Enigma on Pam at Loo

ib.

Cantos

Another Enigma.......

ib.

Canto I.

193 The old Gentry

ib.

IL ....................................... 196 The insatiable Priest

243

III.

......... 200 A French Song imitated....

ib.

Solomon on the Vanity of the World : a Poem. A Case stated

ib.
In three Books.

Upon playing at Ombre with two Ladies ..... ib.

Preface..........

205 Cupid's Promise, a French Song paraphrased. ib.

Knowledge: the first Book

207 To the Earl of Oxford. Written extempore

Pleasure: the second Book

213 in Lady Oxford's Study, 1717

ib.

Power : the third Book

221 A Letter to the honourable Lady Margaret

Engraven on three Sides of an antique Lamp, Cavendish Harley, when a Child

ib.

given to me by Lord Harley.

228 Lines written under the Print of Tom Britton

The Turtle and Sparrow : an elegiac Tale. the Small-Coal-Man, painted by Mr. Wool-

Occasioned by the Death of Prince George, aston ......

244

1708..

ib. Truth told at last

Dost-Hall: a Ballad.....

231 Written in Lady Howe's Ovid's Epistles ib.

: Perses spoken to Lady Henrietta Cavendish Epistle, 1716.-I pray, good lord Harley, let
Holles Harley, Countess of Oxford. In the Jonatban know

ib.

Library of St. John's College, Cambridge, Another Epistle.-I pray lady Harriot the

November 9, 1719

233

time to assign

ib.

Prologue to the Orphan. Represented by True's Epitaph

ib.
some of the Westminster Scholars, at Hick Epigram. - To Richmond and Peterburgh,
ford's dancing Room, February 2, 1720 234 Matt gave his letters

ib.

Husband and Wife ..

ib. | The Viceroy, a Ballad

ib.

Truth and Falsehood. A Tale.

ib. Apology to a Lady, who told me, I could not

The Conversation. A Tale

ib. love her heartily, because I had loved

The Female Phaeton

255 others. In Imitation of Waller

246

The Judgment of Venus......

ib. Against Modesty in Love

ib.

Daphne and Apollo. Imitated from the first On a young Lady's going to Town in the Spring. 247

Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses..

236 | When the Cat is avay, the Mice may play.

The Mice. To Mr. Adrian Drift, 1708 257 A Fable, inscribed to Dr. Swift

jb.

Two Riddles. First printed in the Examiner,

The Widow and her Cat. A Fable

248

1710 ....................

238

Epigram, extempore, to the Master of St. SONGS, SET TO MUSIC BY THE MOST EMINENT MASTERS.

John's College, 1712

ib.

I. Set by Mr. Abel. - Reading ends in

Nell and John.

ib.

melancholy..

ib.

Bibo and Charon

ib. II. Set by Mr. Purcell.--Whither would

Wives by the Dozen

my passion run ? ................... ib.

Patal Love

III. Set by Mr. De Pesch.-Strepbonetta,

A Sailor's Wife

239

why d'ye fly me?

ib.

On a Fart, let in the House of Commops...... ib. IV. Set by Mr. Smith.--Come weep no

The Modero Saint

ib.

more, for 'tis in vain

ib.

The Parallel

V. Set by Mr. De Pesch.--Let perjurid

To a young Lady, who was fond of Fortune-

fair Amynta know

249

ib.

VI. Set by Mr. Smith.-- Phillis, since we

A Greck Epigram. Imitated

ih,

have both been kind

ib.

To a Friend, on his Nuptials ......

ib. VII. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Phillis, this

T'lue Wandering Pilgrim. Humbly addressed

pious talk gire o'er......

ib.

to Sir Thomas Frankland, Bart. Post-Mas-

VIII. Set by Mr. Smith. Still, Dorinda,

ter, and Pay. Master-General to Queen Anne. ib.

I adore...

Venus's Advice to the Muses....

240 IX. Set by Mr. De Fesch.--Is it, O

Capid turned Ploughman. From Moschus... ib.

Love, thy want of eyes

ib.

Pontius and Pontia.

ib. X. Set by Mr. Smith.-Why, Harry,
Capid turned Stroller. Prom Anacreon ib.

what ails you? wbiy look you so

To a Poet of Quality, praising the Lady Hin-

sad?

250

chinbroke.......

241 XI. Set by Mr. Smith.-Since my words,

The Pedant

ib.

though ne'er so tender

ib.

Captious Alice....

ib.

XII. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Morello,

Tae lacurable

ib.

charming without art

ib.

ib.
ib.

ib.

ib.

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XIU, Set by Mr. De Feschi-Love! in-

XXV. Set by Mr. C. R.-Chloe beauty
form thy faithful creature 250

has, and wit......

252

XIV. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Touch the XXVI. Since, Moggy, I mun bid adieu ib.

lyre, on every string

ib. XXVII. Some kind angel, gently flying...... ib.

XV. Set by Mr. Smith.-Once I was un-
XXVIII. Nelly

ib.

confin'd and free ...

ib.

XVI. Set by Mr. De Pesch.-Farewell,

MISCELLANEA.

Amynta, we must part

ib.

XVII. Set by Mr. Smith.--Accept, my

Ad Comitem Dorcestriæ, in Annum ineuntem,

love, as true a heart
251 1614. Ad Janum

ib.

XVIII, Set by Mr. De Pesch.-Nanny blushes Ad Dom. Gower, Coll. Magistrum, Epistola

when I woo her
jb. deprecatoria

255

XIX. Set by Mr. Smith.-Since we your Carmen deprecatorium ad Eundem

ib.
husband daily see ........

ib. Dum bibimus Obrepit non intellecta
XX. Set by C. R.-Phillis, give this hu-

senectus,"

ib.
ib. Reverendo in Christo Patri Thomæ Sprat,
XXI. Hastě, my Nannette, my lovely Episopo Roffensi, &c.

ib.
maid
ib. Epistola eodem Tempore missa

ib.
XXII. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Since by ill Ad Franc. Episc. Eliensem...

ib.
fate I'm forc'd away
ib. “ Quicquid vult, valde vult."

ib.
XXIII, Set by Mr. De Fesch.-In vain, In Comitis Exoniensis Cristam, tritici Fascem
alas! poor Strephon tries .... ib. leonibus sustentatum, 1689

25+
XXIV. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Well! I will Epitaphium. M. S. Caroli Montague

ib.
pever more complain............... 252 | Epitaph on Sir Thomas Powys, Knight......... ib.

mour over

......

ib.

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson
257 | Song.--Pious Selinda goes to prayers

280

To the Author on his Plays and Poems. By A Hymn to Harmony, in Honour of St. Ce-

Mrs. Elizabeth Tollet....

267 cilia's Day, 1701. Set to Music by Mr.

Jobn'Eccles...

281

Epistle to the right honourable Charles Lord Verses to the Memory of Grace Lady Ge-
Halifax..

269 thin, occasioned by reading her Book, en-
The Mourning Muse of Alexis: a Pastoral. titled Reliquiæ Getbinianæ

289
Lamenting the Death of Queen Mary ib. Epitaph upon Robert Huntingdon of Stanton
To the King, on the taking of Namur. Irre Harcourt, Esq. and Robert his Son
gular Ode

271 y To Mr. Dryden, on bis Translation of Persius. ib.

The Birth of the Muse. To the right honour The eleventh Satire of Juvenal

283

able Charles Lord Halifax ..

272 Prologue to Queen Mary, upon her Majesty's

On Mrs. Arabella Hunt, singing. Irregular Ode. 274 coming to see the Old Batchelor, after bar-

Priam's Lamentation and Petition to Achilles,

ing seen the Double Dealer

285

for the Body of his Son Hector.

275 Epilogue at the Opening of the Queen's The-

The Lamentations of Hecuba, Andromache, atre in the Hay-Market.

286

and Helen, over the dead Body of Hector... 276 Prologue to Pyrrhus, King of Epirus, a Tra-

Paraphrase upon Horace, Ode xix. Lib. i. 278 gedy, by Charles Hopkins.

ib.

Stanzas in Imitation of Horace, Lib. ii. Ode xiv. ib. Epilogue to Oroonoko

ib.

In Imitation of Horace, Ode ix. Lib. i.

ib. Prologue to The Husband his own Cuckold, a

Song:- I look'd, and I sigh’d, and I wish'd I Comedy, by Mr. J. Dryden, Jun.....

287

could speak .....

279 Prologue to A very good Wife, a Comedy, by

The Reconciliation
ib, Powell

ib.

Absence

ib. Prologue to the Court, on the Queen's Birth-

Song.–False though she be to me and love... 280 Day, 1701

ib.

Song in Dialogue, for two Women...... ib. The Tears of Amaryllis for Amyntas, a Pas-

Song.-Tell me no more I am deceived

ib. toral; lamenting the Death of the late

The Petition
ib. Lord Marquis of Blandford

285

Song: -Cruel Amynta, can you see

ib. To Cynthia, weeping and not speaking. Elegy. 289

Song.--See, see, she wakes, Sabina wakes !... ib. Amoret.....

290

Occasioned by a Lady's having writ Verses in Lesbia

ib.

Commendation of a Poem which was writ Doris

ib.

ten in Praise of another Lady
ib. To Sleep. Elegy

291

Epigram, written after the Decease of Mrs. To Sir Godfrey Kneller, occasioned by L-
Arabella Hunt, under her Picture drawn

Y's Picture .....

ib.
playing on a Lute
ib. To a Candle. Elegy

29.

te Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson

385 | The Platonic Spell

Wish to the new Year, 1705 ......

591 Marullus to Newera. Imitated .....

1........ 414

ib.

2 Ode to the Sun for the new Year, 1707. ib. Kisses. Translated from Secundus.

crelio; a Pastoral, lamenting the Death of Basium I.

the late Marquis of Blandford

393

II.

ib,

de.—What art thou, life, whose stay we court. 395% An Epistle to Tbomas Lambard, Esq.
ut of the fourteenth Chapter of Isaiah para To the Queen, on her Majesty's Birth-Day... 418
pbrased ...

396X An Ode to the right hon. John Lord Gower,

erses on the Union

jb. Written in the Spring, 1716

ibX

spid and Hymen

397 The Dream. Imitated from Propertius, Book

liria

ib. iii. Elegy iii.

3a Lady sitting before her Glass

ib. To the right honourable the Lady Margaret

the same, reading the Art of Love

398 Cavendish Harley. With the Poems of Mr.

be fair Nu. A Tale
ib.

ib.

2 Epistle to Mr. Suutberne, from Kent, Ja Prologue to Southerne's Spartan Damê 420

nuary 28, 1710-11

399 On the first Fit of the Gout

421

Letter to the Koight of the sable Shield 401 Horace, Book i. Ode ix. imitated. From the
le eleventh Book of Homer's Odyssey. Oxford and Cambridge Verses

ib.

Translated from the Greek.........

402 Catullus, Epig. v. translated

ib.

e Widow's Wile ..........................

407 Claudian's Old Man of Verona

422

la-Mode

408 Martial, Lib. x. Epig. xlvii.

ib.

ppbo to Phaon, a love Epistle. Translated Horace, Book iii. Ode iï.

ib.

fron Orid

409 The Rose .....

423

laon to Sappho.........

410 Epigram out of Martial

ib.

Tale, derised in the pleasant Manere of To a young Lady, with Fenton's Miscellanies,

Gentil Maister Jeoffrey Chaucer

412

by Walter Harte, M, A,

ib.

Mr. Pope. In Imitation of a Greek Epi-

gran in Homer

413

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SONGS AND BALLADS.

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The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson

427 XIII. To a Lady, on her Passion for old China. 478

Rural Sports : a Georgic. Inscribed to Mr. XIV. On a Miscellany of Poems. To Ber-

Pope, 1713.

nard Lintott

ib.

Canto I.

435 XV. To the most honourable the Earl of Ox-

II.

437

ford, the Lord High Treasurer. The

The Fan: a Poem. In three Books.

epigrammatical Petion of John Gay. 479

book I.

438

440

III.

442

The Birth of the Squire. In Imitation of the

Pollio of Virgil

ib.

The Shepherd's Week. In Six Pastorals.

The Toilette : a town Eclogue. Lydia 480
The Proeme to the courteous Reader 443 The Tea-Table: a town Eclogue. Doris and
Prologue to the right hon. the Lord Vis-

Melanthe............

481
count Bolingbroke

444 The Funeral: a town Eclogue. Sabina, Lucy. 489

Monday ; or, the Squabble

445 The Espousal, a sober Eclogue. Between Two

Tuesday; or, the Ditty.

446

of the People called Quakers....

489

Wednesday; or, the Dumps

447

Thursday, or, the Spell

449

Friday, or, the Dirge

450 | Panthea

484

Saturday; or, the Flights

452 Araminta..

48!

Index to the Pastorals

453 On a Lap-Dog

ib

Trivia ; or, the Art of walking the Streets of

London. In Three Books

454 Sweet William's Farewell to black-eyed Susan. 481

Advertisement.........................

ib.

A Ballad from The What-d'ye-call it

ib

Book I. ..................... ..

ib.

The Lady's Lamentation. A Ballad

48

TII.

456

Damon and Cupid. A Song

it

III.

461

Daphnis and Chloe. A Song

it

Index to Trivia

464 The Coquette Mother and Daughter. A Song. 48

Molly Mog: or, the fair Maid of the Inn. A

EPISTLES ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS.

Ballad .

1. To a Lady. Occasioned by the Arrival Ballad. Of all the girls that e'er were seen.. il

of her royal Highness the Princess A Ballad on Quadrille

48

of Wales

467 A new Song of new Similes..

II. To the right honourable the Earl of Newgate's Garland; being a new Ballad,

Burlington. A Journey to Exeter,

showing how Mr. Jonathan Wild's Throat

1716

468

was cut from Ear to Ear with a Penknife,

fil. To the right honourable William Pulte by Mr. Blake, alias Blue Skin, the bold

ney, Esq. 1717......

469

Highwayman, as he stood at his Trial in

IV. To the right hon. Paul Methuen, Esq. 471 the Old Bailey, 1725..

49

V. To her grace Henrietta, Dutchess of

MISCELLANIES.

472

Marlborough, 1722

VI. To Mr. Pope, on his having finished his Prologue designed for the pastoral Tragedy of

Translation of Homer's Iliad. A Wel-

Dione

come from Greece

ib. A Contemplation on Night.....

VII. To Mr. Thomas Snow, Goldsmith near Thought on Eternity

Temple-Bar. A Panegyric, occa An epigrammatical Expostulation

sioned by his buying and selling of Epitaph of By-Words..

the third South-Sea Subscriptions My own Epitaph.......

taken in by the Directors at a thou A Motto for the Opera of Mutius Scerola

sand per Cent.

474 Wine. A Poem ....

VIII. Mary Gulliver to Captain Lemuel Gul The Lamentation of Glamdalclitch for the

liver

475 Loss of Gildrig. A Pastoral

IX. Bounce to Pop. From a Dog at Twic To Quinbns Flestrin, the Man-Mountain. A

kenbam to a Dog at Court

476 Lilliputian Ode

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;
Test of Poetry. Written in 1709

4777

containing a complete Catalogue of his

XI. To my ingenious and worthy Friend Works

William Lownds, Esq. Author of that A Receipt for stewing Veal. With Notes by

celebrated Treatise in Folio, called

the Author

the Land-tax Bill.

ib. Acis and Galatea: a Serenata. The Music

XII. To a young Lady, with some Lampreys. ib. by Handel

.......

...

...........

ib.

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ib.

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TRANSLATIONS.

XXVI, The Cur and the Mastiff ..... 519

The Story of Achelous and Hercules. From XXVII. The sick Man and the Angel ib.

Ovid's Metamorphoses. Book ix.

498 XXVIII. The Persian, the Sun, and the

The Death of Nessus the Centaur

499

Cloud.....

ib.

The Death of Hercules

ib. XXIX. The Fox at the Point of Death ... 520

The Transformation of Lychas into a Rock 500 XXX. The setting Dog and the Partridge. ib.
The Apotheosis of Hercules
ib. XXXI. The universal Apparition

ib,

The Transformation of Galanthis

ib. XXXII. The two Owls and the Sparrow... 521

The Story of lolaus restored to Youth

XXXII. The Courtier and Proteus

The Prophecy of Themis

ib. XXXIV. The Mastiff .........

522

The Debate of the Gods......

ib. XXXV, The Barley-Mow and the Dung-

The Story of Arachne from the Beginning of

bill ........

the sixth Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses... 502 XXXVI. Pythagoras and the Countryman. ib.

XXXVII. The Farmer's Wife and the Raven. 523

XXXVIII. The Turkey and the Ant

An Answer to the Sompner's Prologue of XXXIX, The Father and Jupiter

ib.
Chancer. In Imitation of Chaucer's Style. 504 XL. The two Monkeys

524

Work for a Cooper

ib. XLI. The Owl and the Farmer

ib,

The Eqaivocation
505 XLII. The Jugglers

ib.

A true Story of an Apparition

506

XLIII. The Council of Horses

525

The mad Dog

507 XLIV, The Hound and the Huntsman ..

The Quidnunkis. Occasioned by the Death of

XLV. The Poet and the Rose

526

the Duke-Regent of France

508

XLVI. The Cur, the Horse, and the Shep-

herd's Dog....

ib.

FABLES.—IN TWO PARTS.

XLVII. The Court of Death....

ib.

XLVIII. The Gardener and the Hog 597

PART THE FIRST.

XLIX. The Man and the Flea

ib.

lotroduction to the Fables. The Shepherd

L. The Hare and many Friends 528

and the Philosopher

ib.
1. To his highness William Duke of

PART THE SECOND.
Cumberland. The Lion, the Ti-

1. The Dog and the Fox. To a Lawyer... ib.

ger, and the Traveller

509

II. The Vulture, the Sparrow, and other

II. The Spaniel and the Cameleon 510

Birds. To a Friend in the Country .. 529

III. The Mother, the Nurse, and the

III. The Baboon and the Poultry. To a

Fairy

ib.

Levee Hunter

530

IV. The Eagle and the Assembly of

IV. The Ant in Office. To a Friend 531

Animals

ib.

V. The Bear in a Boat. To a Coxcomb... 532

V. The Wild Boar and the Ram

VI. The Squire and his Cur. To a Conntry

VI, The Miser and Plutus

ib.

Gentleman.......

533

VII. The Lion, the Fox, and the Geese. ib.

VII. The Countryman and Jupiter. To My-

VIII. The Lady and the Wasp

self.....

535

512

IX. The Bull and the Mastiff...

VIII. The Man, the Cat, the Dog, and the

X. The Elephant and the Bookseller.. ib.

Fly. To my native Country

536

XI. The Peacock, the Turkey, and the

IX. The Jackail, Leopard, and other Beasts.
Goose

To a modern Politician...

513

537

XI). Cupid, Hymen, and Plutus......... ib.

X. The degenerate Bees. To the Rev. Dr.

XII. The tame Stag..

514

Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's..

..... 538

XIV. The Monkey who had seen the

XI. The Pack-Horse, and the Carrier. To

World....

ib.

a young Nobleman

539

XV. The Philosopher and the Pheasants. ib.

XN. Pan and Fortune. To a young Heir... ib.

XVI, The Pin and the Needle ..... 515

XIII, Plutus, Cupid, and Time

540

XVII. The Shepherd's Dog and the Wolf. ib.

XIV. The Owl, the Swan, the Cock, the Spi-
XVIIL The Painter who pleased Nobody

der, the Ass, and the Farmer. To a

and Everybody

516

Mother

542

XIX, The Lion and the Cub

ib.

XV. The Cook-Maid, the Turnspit, and the

XX. The old Hen and the Cock.. ib.

Ox. To a poor Man

543

XXI. The Rat-Catcher and Cats 517 XVI. The Raven, the Sexton, and the Earth-

XXII. The Goat without a Beard...... ib.

Worm. To Laura

ib.

XXIII. The old Woman and the Cats 518 Ay and No. A Fable.

545

XXIV. The Butterfly and the Snail ib. Duke upon Duke: an excellent new Ballad .. ib.

XXV, The Scold and the Parrot

ib. Dione. “A pastoral Tragedy .....

545

...... 511

ib.

C. Whittingtam, Printer, Goswell Street, London.

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