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To Mrs. Houghton of Bormount, upon praifing
An excellent, new Song on a feditious Pamphlet,
To a Friend, who had been much abused in
Frologue to a Play for the Benefit of the Diftreffed
Weavers. By Mr. Sheridan.
Thomas Sheridan, Clerk, to George-Nim-Dan-
To George-Nim-Dan-Dean, Esq; upon his incom-
parable Verses, &c. By Dr. Delany, in She-
Sheridan's Submiffion. By the Dean.
To the Rev. Daniel Jackfon. To be humbly pre-
To Stella, on her Birth-day, 1721-2.
On the Great Buried Bottle. By Dr. Delany.
Stella's Birth-day; a great Bottle of Wine, long
A fatirical Elegy on the Death of a late famous
Carberiæ Rupes, in Comitatu Corgagenfi.
Carbery Rocks. Tranflated by Dr. Dunkin.
Upon the horrid Plot difcovered by Harlequin, the
Bishop of Rochester's French Dog. In a Dia-
logue between a Whig and a Tory.
A New-Year's-Gift for Bec, 1723-4-
To Stella. 1723-4. Written on the Day of her
Birth, but not on the Subject, when I was fick
On Dreams. An Imitation of Petronius. 1724. Page 29ż. Whitfhed's Motto on his Coach.
Sent by Dr.. Delany to Dr. Swift, in order to be admitted to speak to him, when he was deaf,
A quiet Life and a good Name. To a Friend who
The Birth of Manly Virtue, infcribed to Lord
Verfes on the Upright Judge who condemned the
On the fame.
On the fame. (The Judge fpeaks.).
A Simile on our Want of Silver, and the only
Way to remedy it.. 1725.
Wood, an Infect.
On Wood the Iron-monger.
Another Song on Wood's Half-pence.
A ferious Poem upon William Wood, Brafier,
To Dr. Sheridan.
To Quilca, a Country-House of Dr. Sheridan's in
no very good Repair, 1725.
The Bleffings of a Country Life.
The Plagues of a Country Life.
Dr. Sheridan to Dr. Swift.
Dr. Swift's Answer.
A Portrait from the Life.
Upon ftealing a Crown when the Dean was afleep.