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Horace, Lib. iv. Ode 7. By fr William Temple,

bart. From his Works," 1757

Song. By Charles Cotton, esq. From his " Poems,"
1689

86,

The morning quatrains. By the same. From the

fame authority

87

Noon quatrains. By the same. From the same

authority

92

Evening quatrains. By the same. From the same

authority

94

Night quatrains. By the same. From the same

authority

Theodore and Honoria. [A translation from Boc-

cace.] By John Dryden, esq. poet laureat. From

bis Miscellaneous works," 1760
Alexander's Feast, or the Power of Music; an ode,

in bonour of St. Cecilia's day. By the fame.
From the same authority

- 137

On his mistress drown'd. By Thomas Spratt,

bishop of Rochester. From Miscellany poems,'

published by Dryden, 1727

125

Constancy. By fir Charles Sedley, bart. From

bis Works," 1778

126

4 fong. By the fame. From the same autbority 127

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Inconftancy excufed. Song By John Sheffield,

duke of Buckingham bire. From bis Works,"

1740

128

On Lucinda's death. By the same. From the same autbority

129 Şong. By John Wilmot, earl of Rochester. From Drydens Miscellany poems," 1727

130 The fixteentb ode of the second book of Horace. By

-Thomas Otway. From bis Works," 1768 131 The retirement. By John Norris. From bis Miscellanies," 1692

• 133 Șong. By Charles Sackville, earl of Dorset. From the Works of celebrated authors," 1750

· 135 Written at Althrop, in a blank leaf of Waller's

poems, upon seeing Vandyke's picture of the old lady Sunderland. By Charles Montague, earl

of Halifax. From the same authority 136 Horace. Book IV. Ode III. Imitated by Francis

Atterbury, bishop of Rocbefter. From the authors Epiftolary.correspondence, &c." 1783. (the notes being omitted)

137 Epigram, written on a white fan borrowed from

miss Osborne, afterwards his wife. By the fame. From the same authority

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139

A reply to a copy of verses made in imitation of

Book III. Ode II. of Horace. Anguftam, amice, pauperiem pati, &c. and sent by mr. Titley to the author.' By Richard Bentley, L L. D. From the Collection of poems," published by

mr. Dodsley, 1758 To the evening far. English'd from a Greek idyl.

lium. By George Stepney, esq. From the Works of celebrated authors,1750

141 Epigram. Love, and jealousy. By William Walsh, esq. From the same authority

142 Song. By the same. From the same authority ibi. Mully of Mountown. By William King, LL.D. From his Miscellanies," (no date)

144 Henry and Emma, a poem, upon the model of the

Nut-brown Maid. By Matthew Prior, esq.
From his Poems," 1718

149 To a young gentleman in love. A tale. By the same. From the same authority

- 179 The garland. By the same. From the same authority

- 182 A lover's anger. By the same. From the same authority

- 784 Merry Andrew. By the same. From the fams, authority

- 18$ A reasonable affliction. By the fame. From the fame authority

- 187 Occasioned by verses sent to the author in his retire.

ment. By mrs. Elizabeth Higgons. Written in
the year 1690. By Geo. Granville, lord Lanf-
downe. From bis Works,” 1736

188 Baucis and Philemon. Imitated from the eighth

book of Ovid. Written, 1706. By Jonatban Swift, D. D. dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin. From bis Miscellanies," 1711, 1927

193 Verses on the deatb of Doctor Swift. Occafioned

by reading 'a' maxim in Rochfoucault. Written by himself. Nov. 1731. From the edition of

200

216

1739 A letter from Italy, To the right honourablc Charles

lord Halifax. In the year mocci. By Joseph

Addison, esq. From his Works;1753
To bis perjur'd mistress. From Horace. By Thomas

Yalden, D. D. From Drydens Miscellany
poems," 1727

223 To a candle. Elegy, By William Congreve, esą.

From his Works," 1715
Horace, Book II. Ode IV, Imitated, The lord

Griffin to the earl of Scarsdale. By Nicholas
Rowe, esq. poet laureat. From his Works,"

226

1747

227

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