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al reasonable afli&tior. By the same. From the fame authority

187 Occafioned by verses fent to the author in his retire

ment. By mrs. Elizabeth Higgons. Written in the year 1690. By Geo. Granville, lord Landowne. From his Works," 1736

188 Baucis and Philemon. Imitated from the eighth

book of Ovid. Written, 1706. By Jonathan Swift, D. D. dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin. From bis "

Miscellanies," 1711, 1727 193 Verses on the death of Doctor Swift. Occasioned

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

1739 A letter from Italy, To the right honourable Charles

lord Halifax. In the year MDcci. By Joseph

Addison, efq. From bis Works," 1753 216 To bis perjur'd mifress. From Horace. By Thomas

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

223 To a candle. Elegy. By William Congreve, esq. From his Works," 1715

226 Horace, Book II. Ode IV, Emitated. The lord

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

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The Indian philosopher. By isaac Watts, D. D.
From his Horæ Lyricæ," 1758

- 230 Paftoral. By Ambrose Philips. From bis Pastorals," &c. 1765

- 233 To the earl of Dorset. By the same. From the same authority

- 240 To fignora Cuzzoni. By the same. From the same

authority The splendid filling. An imitation of Milton.

By John Philips. From the edition of 1719 244 To a painter. By John Hugbes, esq. From bis Poems," 1735

- 250 The peach stone. By George Jeffreys, esq. From bis Miscellanies," 1754

- 252 The hermit. By Thomas Parnell, D.D. arch

deacon of Clogher. From his Poems," 1711 253 A fairy tale. In the ancient English ftile. By the fame. From the same authority

- 262 Ronald and Dorna. By a highlander, to his mis

tress. From a literal translation of the original.

By Aaron Hill, efq. From his Works," 1753 271 The messenger. By the same. From the same authority

273 To the right honourable the earl of Warwick. (On the death of mr. Addison.]

By Thomas Tickell, efq. From Addisons Works," 1753 275 esq

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The fatal curiosity. By the same. From Drydens Miscellaneous poems," 1727

- 279 Retirement. An ode. By Thomas Warton the elder. From bis Poems," 1745

. 281 An invocation to a water-nymph. By the same.

From the same authority
An American love-ode. Taken from the second

volame of Montagne's Elays. By the fame.
From the fame authority

284 Damon. A paftoral.' By Alexander Pope, efq. From

bis Works," 1751 (the notes being omitted) 289 To mrs. M. B. on ber birth-day. By the same. From the same authority

- 290 Epifle to the same. On her leaving the town after

the coronation (1715]. By the same. From the same authority

291 Elegy. To the memory of an unfortunate young

lady. By the same. From the fame authority 293 The firft satire of the second book of Horace imi

tated. By the fame. From the fame authority

(the imitations and notes being omitted) 297 A prologue to a play for mr. Dennis's benefit, in

1733; when he was old, blind, and in great distress, a little before his death. By tbe fame. From the same authority (the notes being omitted) 304

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