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Imitated in Latin,

144 To the same, Singing,

Mæcenas. Verses occasioned by the Ho- Song. The Fair Inconftant,

nours conferred on the Right Honourable To Lord Warwick, on his Birth-Day,
the Earl of Halifax, 1714; being that To Lady Jane Wharton, on her Nudying
Year installed Knight of the most noble

the Globe,
Order of the Garter,

145 To Mrs. Pulteney upon her going A-
Epigram on the Prince of Wales's, then

broad,
Regent, appearing at the Fire in Spring Ode for the New Year, 1716,
Gardens, 1716,

ib. Song for the King's Birth-Day, May 28.
Song on a fine Woman who had a dull

1716,

Husband,

ib. Ode for the New Year, 1717,

Occasioned by his first visit to Lady War-

to Peace, for the Year, 5718,

wick at Holland House,

for the King's Birth-Day, 1718,

Stanza's to Lady Warwick on Mr. Addi-

to the Thames, for the Year, 1719,

son's going to Ireland,

146 | The Story of Glaucus and Scylla, from

The Visit,

ib, Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book XIII.

The Contented Shepherd, to Mrs. A-D-, ib. The First Book of Quillet's Callipædia,

Song. Ah Willow. To the same, in her

Trandated,

Sickness,

ib.

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The Author's Life,

163 Sphæristerium,

193

Ad D. D. Hannes, insigniflimum Medicum

Dedication to the Right Honourable James

et Poetam,

iba

Craggs, Esq. his Majesty's Principal Şe-

Machina Gesiculantes Anglice-A Pup-

cretary of State,

171

pet-Show,

194

Ad insignissimum virum D. Tho. Burnet-

cum, Sacræ Theoriz Telluris Auctorem,

To Mr. Dryden,

172

TRANSLATIONS.

Poem to his Majesty, presented to the Lord

Keeper,

ib. Horace, Book III. Ode IIJ.

196

A Translation of Virgil's Fourth Georgic, The Vestal, from Oxid de Faftis, Lib. III.

except the Story of Arifæus,

174

197

Song for St. Cecilia's Day, ac Oxford, 178 From Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book II.

An Account of the Greatest English Poets, 179 The Story of Phaeton,

ib,

A Letter from Italy, to the Right Honour-

Phaeton's Sisters Transformed into

able Charles Lord Halifax, in the Year

Trees,

1701,

180 The Transformation of Cycnus into a

Milton's Style Imitated, in a Translation of

Swan,

201

a Story out of the Third Æneid,

181 The Story of Calisto,

ib.

The Campaign, a Poem. To his Grace

The Story of Coronis, and Birth of

the Duke of Marlborough,

183 Æsculapius,

203

Poemata. Inauguratio Regis Gulielmi,

Ocyrrhöe Transformed into a Mare,

204

1689,

187 The Transformation of Battus into a

On the Return of King William from Ire-

Touchstone,

ib.

land, after the Battle of the Boyne,

ib. The Story of Agluoris, Transformed
Honoratissimo viro Carlo Montague, Armi-

into a Statue,

205
gero, Saccarii Cancellario, Ærarii Præ-

Europa's Rape,

206
fecto, Regi à Secritoribus Conciliis, &c. 188 From (vid's Metamorphoses, Book III.
Pax Gulielmi Auspiciis Europæ Reddita,

The Story of Cadmus,

207

1697,

ib. The Transformation of Adæon into a

Barometri Descriptio,

190

Stag,

203

ΠΥΓΜΑΙΟ-ΓΕΡΑΝΟΜΑΧΙΑ,five pralium in-

The Birth of Bacchus,

209

ter Pygmæos et Grues Commissum, ib. The Transformation of Tiresias,

210

Resurrectio delineata ad altare Col. Mag.

The Transformation of Echo,

ib.

Oxon,

192
The Scory of Narcillus,

211

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RECOMMENDATORY POEMS ON CATO.

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The Triumph of Peace, occasioned by the
Dace of Refwick, 1697,

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To a beautiful Lady, playing on the Organ, 289 Tofts and Margaretta,

307

Sonnet,

ib. The Wandering Beauty,

ib.

To a Painter,

ib. Dialogue de L'Amour et de Pëte,

ib.

To the Author of Fatal Friendship, a Tra- Translation in English,

ib.

gedy,

ib. Venus and Adonis, a Cantata,

On Divine Poetry,

Poetry;

290 Cantata,

ib.

Song written for the late Duke of Glou-

Beauty, an Ode,

309

cester's Birth Day,

ib. Myra, a Cantata,

On a Peacock, finely cut in Vellum by Alexander's Feaft: or, the Power of Music, ib,

Molinda,

ib. Songs,

On Lucinda's Tea-Table,

291 Translated from Persian Verses, alluding to

The March,

ib. the Custom of Women being buried

Written in a Lady's Prayer-Book,

ib. with Husbands, and Men with their

Ode on the Spring,

ib.

Wives,

ib.

Horace, Ode III. Book III.

ib. Another,

ib,

Greenwich Park,

292 On Arqucänassa of Colophos,

ib.

To Molinda,

293 On Fulvia, the Wife of Anthony,

ib.

A Letter to a friend in the Country, ib. Hudibras Imitated, written in 1710,

ib.

Verses presented to a Lady, with a Draw-

An Ode to the Creator of the World, 312

ing (by the Author) of Cupid,

294

Ode,

Horace, Book I. Ode XXII. Imitated in

To Mr. Addison, on his Tragedy of Cato, 314

Paraphrase,

ib. Advice to Mr. Pope, on his intended Trans-

Horace, Book II. Ode XVI.

295

lation of Homer's Iliad,

ib.

The Birth of the Rose, from the French, ib. To the Memory of Milton,

ib.

Six Cantatas; or, Poems for Music. After To a Lady, with the Tragedy of Cato, ib.

the manner of the Italians.

A Fragment,

ib.

The Preface to the Lovers of Music, 296 Serenata for Two Voices, on the Marriage

Cantata I.-On English Beauty,

297 of the Right Honourable Lord Cobham,

Cantata II.- Alexis,

298

ib.

Cantata III.-On the Spring,

315

Canrata IV.- Miranda,

ib. In English,

ib.

Cantata V - Corydon,

ib. On a Collar presented for Happy Gill, ib.

Cantata V1.--The Coquet,

299 The Character of the Lady Henrietta Ca-

The Praises of Heroic Virtue. From the

vendish Holles,

ib.

Fragments of Tyrtæus,

ib. Truth, Honour, Honesty; the Motto cho-

Under the Print of Tom Britton, the Mu-

sen by the Right Honourable the Lady

fical Small-Coal Man,

ib. Henrietta Cavendish Holles,

Song:- The Fair Traveller,

ib. Hymn Sung by the Children of Chrilt's

A Cantata,

ib. Hospital, at the Entry of King George

Song,

Cupid and Scarlate.- A Cantata,

ib.

A Cantata, with Symphonies,

ib. Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes,

ib.

Paftora, a Cantata,

ib. An Allusion to Horace, Book I. Ode XXII.

A Pastoral Masque,

301 Printed at the breaking out of the Re-

A Cantata,

ib. beilion, in the Year 1715,

317

A Fragment,

302 A Fragment,

iba

Claudianus in Epithalamio Honorii et Ma- Apollo and Daphne, a Masque,

ib,

riæ,

ib. An Ode for the Birth-day of her Royal

A Cantata,

ib. Highness, the Princess of Wales,

320

The Soldier in Love, a Cantata,

ib. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Hughes to

An Ode in Praise of Spring,

303

the Lord Chancellor Cowper,

321

Apollo and Daphne, a Cantata,

304 | Ode to the Right Honourable Lord Chan-

A Thought in a Garden,

ib. cellor Cowper, in allufion to Horace,

A Wifh, to the New-Year, 1705,

305

Lib. II. Ode XX.

Cantata,

ib. Boileau, Dans Sa I. Epistre au Roy,

322

An Ode for Vocal and Instrumental Music.

In English,

ib.

- To the Memory of the Most Noble An Image of Pleasure, in Imitation of an

William Duke of Devonshire,

ib. Ode in Cafimire,

ib.

Epilogue spoken by Mr. Mills, at the An Ode in the Park at Alsed,

6323

Queen's Theatre, on his Benefit Night, To Mr. Constantine, on his Paintings, ib.

Feb. 16. 1709; a little before the Duke To Urania, on her arrival at Jamaica, 324

of Marlborough's going for Holland, ib. Supplement and Conclusion to Milton's Il

Lines written in a Window at Greenhithe, 307 Penferoso, or the Penlive Man,

ib.

The Toasters,

ib. The Huc and Cry,

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ib,

Page The Patriot. To the Right Honourable

lington House, in Surrey, the Seat of William Lord Cowper, Lord High Chan

Mr. Bridges, cellor of Great Britain,

325 Lines written in a Window at Wallington. The Second Scene of the First Act of Ores.

House, then the seat of Mrs. Elizabeth tes, Translated from Euripedes,

ib. Bridges, On the Birth Day of the Right Honour- The Supplement: the chara&er of Mrs. able Lord Chancellor Parker,

327

Elizabeth Bridges, The XIVth. Olympic of Pindar, to Asopi. The Ecstacy, an Ode, cus of Orchomenus.

ib. The Tenth Book of Lucan's Pharsalia, The Morning Apparition, written at Wal

Translated,

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WORKS OF SHEFFIELD.

The Author's Lise,

POEMS.

ib.

The Temple of Death, in Imitation of the

French, Ode on Love, Elegy to the Duchess of R A Letter from Sea, Love's Slavery, To one who accused him of being too Sen

fual in his Love, The Warning, To Amaretta, The Venture, Inconitancy Excused.--A Song. Song, Despair, On apprehension of Losing what he had

newly Gained, in Imitation of Ovid, The Reconcilement.--A Song, Song, To a Coquet Beauty, The Relapse, The Recovery, The Convert, The Pidure, in Imitation of Anacreon, On Don Alonzo's being killed in Portugal,

upon account of the Infanta, in the Year

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Page 341 On one who Died discovering her Kindnes, 314

On Lucinda's Death, -
To a Lady retiring into a Monastery,

The Vision. Written during a Sea Vos. 345

age, when sent to command the forces 347 for the Relief of Tangier,

33 348 | Helen to Paris. From Ovid. Translated 349 by the Earl of Mulgrave and Mr. Dry. ib.

den,

Part of the Story of Orpheus. Being a ib. Translation out of the Fourth Book of

Virgil's Gcorgic, 350 An Essay on Poetry, ib. Ode on Brutus, ib. ib,

MISCELLAXIES. 351 | The Rapture,

On Mr. Hobbes, and his Writings

Written over a Gate, ib. | The Miracle, 1707, 352 On the Death of Henry Purcell, ib.

On the Loss of an only Son, Robert Mar-
ib.

quis of Normandy,
ib. On Mr. Pope and his Poems,

ib. Stanzas,
353 On the Elcation of a Poet Laurcat,

On the Times,
On the Duke of York Banished to Brussels

,
ib. On the Deity,
ib. Prologue to the Alteration of Julius Cxsar, i

Chorusses in Julius Cæsar,

Prologue to Marcus Brutus, 354 Chorusles in Marcus Brutus,

ib.

1683,

The Surprise,
A Dialogue Sung on the Stage between an

Elderly Shepherd and a rery Young
Nymph,

WORKS OF PRIOR.

Page

The Author's Life,
Dedication to the Right Honourable Lio-

nel Earl of Dorset and Middlesex, Preface, .

375

POEMS.
On the Marriage of George Prince of Deo-

mark, and the Lady Anne, 385 | An Ode on Exodus iii. 54. “I am that I am,"

381

Page 410

ib, 411 ib. ib.

388

412 ib.

ib. ib. 413

ib. 414

ib, 415

ib. 417

ib

418

419

ib. ib, ib. iba

ib.

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Considerations on part of the Eighty-eighth Mercury and Cupid,
Psalm,

387 On Beaury, a Riddle,
ro the Rev. Dr. F. Turner, Bishop of Ely, The Question. To Lisetta,
who had advised a Translation of Pru-

Lisetta's Reply, dentius,

ib. The Garland, A Pastoral. To the Bishop of Ely, on his The Lady who offers her Looking-glass to departure from Cambridge,

Venus. Taken from an Epigram of To the Countess of Exeter, playing on the

Plato, Lute,

ib. Cloe Jealous, ona Piąure of Seneca Dying in a Bath,

389

Anfwer to Cloe Jealous, in the same Style; An Ode,

ib. the Author Sick, An Epistle to Fleetwood Shephard, Esq. ib. A better Answer, Another Epistle to the same,

390 Pallas and Venus, an Epigram, To the Countess of Dorset, written in her To a Young Gentleman in Love, a Tale, Milton,

391 An English Padlock, To the Lady Durley, on the same Subject, 392

Hans Carvel, To my Lord Buckhurit, very Young, play- A Dutch Proverb, ing with a Cat,

ib. Paulo Purganti and his Wife; an Honest, An Ode,

ib. but a Simple Pair, A Song,

ib. The Laddle, The Despairing Shepherd,

Written at Paris, 1900, in the beginning To the Hon. Charles Montague, Esq. after

of Robo's Geography, wards Earl of Halifax,

393 Written in the beginning of Mezeray's Variations in a Copy, Printed 1692,

ib. History of France, Ad virum Doctiflimum Dominum Samuel.

Written in the Nouveaux Interets des lum Shaw, &c.

ib. Princes de L'Europe, Translation, by Mr. Cooke,

ib. Adriani Morientis ad Animam fuam, On the Taking of Namur,

394

From Monsieur Fontenelle,
Ode, in Imitation of Horace, B. III. Ode II. ib. Imitated in English,
Hymn to the Sun,

396 A Pafiage in the Moriæ Encomium of ErafThe Lady's Looking-Glass,

397 mus Imitated, Love and Friendship, a Paltoral, &c.

ib. To Dr.Sherlock, on his Practical Discourse To the Author of the foregoing Pastoral, 398 conceruing Death, 'To a Lady, she refusing to continue a Dif- Carmen Seculare, for the Year 1700,

pute with me, and leaving me in the The Remedy Worse than the Discale, Argument. An Ode,

ib. An Ode, inscribed to the Memory of the On seeing the Duke of Ormond's Picture

Hon. Col. George Villiers, drowoed in at Sir Godfrey Kneller's,

ib. the River Piava, Celia to Damon,

399 Prologue. Spoken at Court before the Prologue Spoken by Lord Buckhurst, in

Queen, on her Majesty's Birth-day, 1704, Westminter School, at a Representation A Letter to Monsieur Despreaux; occaof Mr. Dryden's Cleomenes,

400 Loned by the Victory at Blenheim, An Ode, presented to the King, on his Ma- Lines upon a Passage in the Scaligeriana,

jesty's arrival in Holland, after the To a Child of Quality, Five Years Old; Queen's Death, 1695,

ib. the Author being then Forty, Ode sur la Prise de Namur, par les Armes

Partial Fame, do Roi, L'Annee, 1692. Par Monsieur

For the Plan of a Fountain ; on which are Boileau Desprcaux,

402

the Efigies of the Queen on a Triumph'Translation into English,

ib. ai Arch, &c. An Ode,

405 The Cameleon, Presented to the King, at his arrival in

Merry Andrew, Holland, after the Discovery of the Con

A Sinile, spiracy, 1696,

ib. | The Flies, The Secretary. Written at the Hague,

A Paraphrase from the French, To Cloc Weeping,

ib. From the Greek, To Mr. Howard. An Ode,

ib. | Epigrams, Love Disarmed,

407 To a Person who Wrote Ill, and Spoke Cloe Hunting,

ib.

Worse againk mo, Cupid and Ganymede,

ib. On the same Person, Cupid Mistaken,

408 Quid fit Futuram eras íuge Quærere, Venus Mistaken,

ib. A Ballad on thc Notbrowne Mayde, wric

ib. ten Three Hundred Years since, The Dove,

409 | Heory and Emma. A Poem, upon the A Lover's Apger,

410 Model of the Nut-brown Maid. TuCloc,

ib. 410 425

ib.

426

ib.

428

ib. ib.

ib, 429 ib. ib. ib, 430 ib. ib.

406

ib.

ib.

431

A Song,

ib.

433

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