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On bis mifress, the queen of Bobemia. By Sir Henry

Wotton, kt. From " Reliquiæ Wottoniana," 1685 18 Upon the death of Sir Albert Mortons wife. By

the fame.. From the same authority The bait. By John Donne, D. D. dean of St.

Pauls. From bis Poems," 1635 Epitapbs. By Benjamin Jonson, poet laureat. The firf, On the countess of Pembroke, hifter to fir Philip Sidney, from the authors Works,"1756; the second, On Michael Drayton, esq. from his

monument in Westminster-abbey To bis son, Vincent Corbet. By Richard Corbet,

bishop of Norwich. From his Poems," 1672 24 Songs. By Thomas Carew, esq. From bis Poems," 1651

25 The farewell. By Henry King, bishop of Chi

chejter. From bis Poems," 1657 The fory of Pbæbus and Daphne applied. By

Edmund Waller, esq. From his Poems," 1645, compared with the editions of 1664, 1682, and 1730

29 On my lady Isabella playing on the lute. By the fame. From the same authorities

30 On a tree cut in paper. By the same. From the

edition of 1682, compared with that of 1730 - 31

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L'Allegro. By John Milton. From his Poems, *

1673, compared with tbe edition of 1645 32 Il Penseroso. By the same. From the fame au

thorities Lycidas. By the same. From the same authori.

ties; collated also with tbe first edition in the obsequies to the memorie of mr. Edward King," 1638

45 Sonnet. By the same. From the Poems," 1673 53 Miscellaneous thoughts. By Samuel Butler. From

his Pofthumous works," 1759 Cooper's Hill. By for Yobn Denbam. From bis

Poems," 1671" To Althea, from prison. By Richard Lovelace,

efq. From Lucajta: Epodes," &c. 1649 - 72 The waiting maid. By Abrabam Cowley, esq. From bis Works," 1710

74 The epicure. [From Anacreon.) By the fame.

] From the same authority

73 Claudian's Old man of Verona. By the same. From the fame autbority

76 Prayer. [From bis own Latin.] By the fame.

From the same authority
The nymph complaining for the loss of her fawn.

By Andrew Marvell, efq. From Miscellany poems, published by mr. Dryden," 1727 79

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

bart. From bis Works," 1757 Song. By Charles Cotton, esq. From bis 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 fame. From the fame 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 honour of St. Cecilia's day. By the same. From the same authority

- 117 On his mistress drown'd. By Thomas Spratt,

bishop of Rochester. From Miscellany poems," publisbed by Dryden, 1727

- 125 Constancy. By fir Charles Sedley, bart. From bis Works,1778

126 A fong. By the fame. From the same authority 127

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Inconftancy excused. Song By John Sheffield,

duke of Buckinghamshire. From bis Works," 1740

128 On Lucinda's death. By the same. From the same authority

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

130 The fixteenth 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 Song. 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 Rochester. From the author's Epistolary correspondence, &c.1783. (the notes being omitted)

137 Epigram, written on a white fan borrowed from

mifs Oforne, afterwards his wife. By the fame. From the fame authority

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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,publised by
mr. Dodsley, 1758

139 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 bis Miscellanies," (na date)

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

Nøt-brown Maid. By Matthew Prior, efq.
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 au. thority

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

184 Merry Andrew. By the same. From the fame authority

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