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BALLADS.

An Invitation to Mrs. Tyler, a Clergyman's

Page Lady, to dine upon a couple of Ducks on

I. Sweet William

68

the Anniversary of the Author's Wedding-

II. The Lass with the golden Locks

69

Day

75

SII. On my Wife's Birth-day

ib. To Miss S-P-e.

ib.

IV. The Decision

ib. Disertissime Romuli Nepotum, imitated after

V. The talkative Fair

ib.

dining with Mr. Murray

ib,

VI. The silent Fair ......

70

Inscriptions on an Æolian Harp

VII. The Force of Innocence

ib.

An Epigram by Sir Thomas More.

ib.

VIII. The distressed Damsel

ib. The long-nosed Fair

76

IX. The fair Recluse

ib. Fanny. - Blooming Pair. Translated into La-

X. To Miss ****, one of the Chichester

tin, in the Manner of Mr. Bourne

ib.
Graces. Written in Goodwood Gar. Horace, Ode iv, Ad Xanthiam Phoceum ib.
dens, September, 1750

The pretty Chambermaid. In Imitation of
XI. Lovely Harriot. A Crambo Ballad ib.

the above Ode of Horace

ib.

XII. To Jenny Gray.

ib. Christophorus Smart Samueli Saunders, Col.

XII. To Miss Kitty Bennet, and her Cat Crop. 72 Regal, S. P. D.
XIV. The pretty Bar-keeper of the Mitre.

The famous general Epitaph from Demos-

Writtep at College, 1741

ib.

thenes

ib.

XV. The Widow's Resolution. A Cantata.. ib. Carmen in S. Cæciliam. A Latio Version of

Epistle to Mrs. Tyler

73 Pope's Ode on St. Cecilia's Day

ib.

To the rev. Mr. Powell, on the Non-Perform- A Latin Version of Milton's L'Allegro

80

ance of a Promise he made the Author of Datur Mandorum Pluralitas, A Voyage to the

ib.

Planets, Translated by the Rev. Mr.

Fawkes, A. M.......

82

EPIGRAMS.
1. The sick Monkey.....

Materies gaudet Vi Inertiæ, The Temple of

ib.

II. Apollo and Daphne.

Dullness. Translated by the same Hand.. 84

III, The Miser and the Mouse. From the

Mutica Oscitationum Propagatio solvi potest
Greek

meebanice, A inechanical Solution of the

74

IV. On a Woman who was siuging Ballads for

Propagation of Yawning. Translated by

the same Hand

87

Money to bury her dead Husband ib.

The Horatian Canons of Friendship

88

To the right honourable Earl of Darlington, An occasional Prologue and Epilogue to Othello,

on his being appointed Paymaster of his as it was acted at the Theatre Royal in
Majesty's forces ....

ib. Drury Lane, on Thursday the 7th of March,

On the Death of Master Newberry. After a 1751, by Persous of Distinction, for their

lingering Illness

ib. Diversion

91

Epitaph on the rev. Mr. Reynolds. At St. Epilogue to the Apprentice

92

Peter's in the Isle of Tbanet

ib. Epilogue spoken by Mr. Shuter, at Covent-

To my worthy Friend Mr. T. B. one of the Garden, after the Play of the Conscious Lo-

People called Quakers. Written in his

vers, acted for the Benefit of the Middiesex

Garden, July 1752 ..

ib. Hospital for Lying-in-Women, 1755, in the

On seeing the Picture of Miss R-G-n.

Character of a Man-Midwife..

ib.

Drawn by Mr. Varelst, of Threadneedle De Arte Critica. A Latin Version of Mr. Pope's

Street

ib.

Fssay on Criticism

93

à Hare ..........

ib.

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers........... 1-99 Capid baffled

227
The State Dunces : a Satire. Inscribed to Daath and the Doctor....

ib.

Mr. Pope, 1733

207 An occasional Prologue, spoken by Mr. Powell,

Manners: a Satire, 1758

210 at the Opening of the Theatre Royal in Co-

The Gymnasiad, or boxing Match : a very vent Garden, on Monday, September 14,
short, bat very curious epic Poem, with the 1767......

ib.

Prolegomena of Scriblerus Tertius and Notes Verses on converting the Chapel to a Kitchen,

variorara

213 at the seat of the Lord Donnerayle, called

Book 1.

214

the Grove, in Hertfordshire

228

II.

216 Verses on the Duke of Cumberland's Victory

II.

217

at Culloden, in the Year 1746

ib.

Honour: a Satire, 1747.

218 Verses inscribed on a Monument, called the

An Epistle to Doctor Thomson, 1755

221 Tomb of Care, in the Garden of the late

An occasional Song, as performed by Mr. John Rich, Esq. at Cowley in Middlesex ;

Beard, in the Character of a recruiting Ser- whereon three beautiful Boys ars covering
jeant, at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Gar- a funeral Urn with a Veil of Flowers 229

den, in the Entertainment of The Fair ...... 225 The Epitaph (in Letters of Brass, inserted by
Song, sung by Mr. Beard, in the Entertain- a female figure representing History) on a
ment of Apollo and Daphne

ib. marble Pyramid of the Monument of John,

Song, sung by Mr. Beard at the annual Meet-

Duke of Argyle

ing of the Vice-Presidents, Governors, &c. Verses on the Name, P. Whitehead, sub-

of the London Hospital ....

ib. scribed to the above Inscription, being re-

Fragment.--When Bacchus, jolly god, invites, 226 moved thence some time after the Monu-
Verses occasioned by Lady Pomfret's Present ment was erected

ib.

of some antique Statues to Oxford; the Verses to Mr. Brooke, on the Refusal of a

Streets whereof were foolishly said to be Licence to his Play of Gustavus Vasa... ... ib.

paved with Jacobites

ib. Song.---As Granville's soft numbers tune My-

To Dr. King

ib. ra's just praise

ib.

The Butterfly and Bee. To Flavia

ib. To Dr. Schomberg, of Bath

230

Verses dropt in Mr. Garrick's Temple of Epitaph, by Mr. Garrick, on Paul Whitehead,
Shakspeare
227 Fxq.

ib.

ib.

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...... 235

The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers........... 233 | To Miss Herring. With four Odes on the
Brambam Park. To Robert Lane, Esq.

Seasons....

243

A Description of Calypso and her Grotto ...... 238 A vernal Ode, sent to bis Grace the Lord Arch-

An Epithalamic Ode. Intended for Music 239 bishop of Canterbury. March 12, 1754 . ib.

The Death of the Lark. 1738.

ib. Ode to Summer. By a Gentleman of Cam-

The Sparrow. From Catullus, 1738

240 bridge

ib.

On the Death of a young Gentleman, Sep- An autumnal Ode. To Mr. Hayman, the
tember, 1759
ib. Painter. October, 1754

244
An Epistle to a friend in Yorkshire

ib. Ode on Winter. By a Gentleman of Cam-
On a Lady's singing and playing upon the bridge

ib.

Harpsichord

241 An Ode to his Grace the Lord Archbishop of

On the Death of the right hon. the Earl of Canterbury

ib.

Uxbridge

ib. Aurelius : an Elegy. Sacred to the Memory

To the right hon. the Countess of Uxbridge, of Thomas Herriog, D. D. late Lord Arch-

occasioned by the Death of the Earl, her bishop of Canterbury

245

Husband

ib. On the Death of his most sacred Majesty King

To Laura, 1742

ib. George the Second

246

Song to laura, absent. January, 1745 242 To his most sacred Majesty, on his Accession. ib.

A Nosegay for Laura. July, 1745

ib. A Parody on a Passage in Milton's Paradise

To Laura, absent. Novenaber, 1745

ib.

Lost. Book iv.........

ib.

To his grace Dr. Thomas Herring, Lord Arch- David's Lamentation over Saul and Jonathan.

bishop of Canterbury, on his Sickness and Samuel, Book ii. Chapter i. ........
Recovery, Jane 25, 1753

ib. | The Picture of Old-age, paraphrased from

ib.
jb.

l'age

Tage

the seven first Verses of the twelfth Chap- A good Name

256

ter of Ecclesiastes

247 Patience

ib.

A good Wife, From Proverbs, Chapter xxxi. ib. Man blind to future Events

ib.
Nathan's Parable, 2 Samuel, Chap. xii. 248 | Friendship

jb.

The Song of Deborah ....

ib. | Tyrants unhappy

ib.

The Poor should not be oppressed...

ib.

EPITAPHS.

Rches

ib.

On a very good Woman....

249 | Rich and Poor equally unhappy

ib.

On a young Gentleman, who died A. D. 1743, Fortuve blind

ib.

ætat, 13. In a Church in Cheshire

ib. | Evil Company contagious

257

On a worthy Friend who was accomplished in Inpudence

ib.

the Sister-Arts of Music and Painting ib. Importunate Advice

ib.

On the rev. Mr. Cookson, Vicar of Leeds ib. The Dangers of Matrimony

On Mrs. Fountayne, Daughter of Thomas The Comforts of Matrimony

ib.

Whichcot, Esq. and Wife to the Dean of The Rich and Young should marry

ib.

York; who died in Child-bed, July, 1750, Maternal Affection

ib.

ætat. 19

ib. Nurse Myrtila........

ib.

On a young Gentleman, who died for love, Power of Music

ib.

1751...

ib. The strictly righteous Field

ib.

On James Fox, Esq. 1754

ib. Love omnipotent

ib.

Know others

ib.

To a young Lady, with a Present of Books,

Partridges, and Snuff.

ib.

258

An Elegy on the Death of Dobbin, the Butter-

Ignis Fatuus. Will with a Wisp

Woman's Horse

250

Datur Mundorum Pluralitas. By Christopher

Smart, M.A.

259

Epithalamium on the Marriage of a Cobler

and a Chimney-Sweeper..

ib.

A Voyage to the Planets, translated...

ib,

The smoking Doctor's Soliloquy over his Pipe. ib.

Materies gaudet Vi Ipertiæ. By Christopher

Woman: a Ballad.

261

Being a Contrast to

Smart, M. A.

“ The women all tell me I'm false to my

The Temple of Dullness, translated

ib.

lass."

Mutua Oscitationum Propagatio solvi potest

251

The Brown Jug: a Song. Imitated from the

mechanice. By Christopher Sinart, M. A. 263

Latin of Hieronymus Amaltheus

ib.

Mechanical Solution of the Propagation of

A Pair of Spectacles. From Bourne

ib.

252

Yawning

The Stage Coach.

265

From the same

To William Dixon, Esq.

ib.

Thank you for Nothing

The Preface to the Description of May

ib.

An Eulogy on Sir Isaac Newton. Translated

Some Account of Gawin Douglas .

from the Latin of Dr. Halley....

ib.

Gawin Douglas his singular lernit Proloug of

Claudian's old Man, who never went out of

the Description of May

the Suburbs of Verona

253

4 Description of May, from Gawin Douglas,

Archimedes's Sphere. From Claudian....

ib.

ib.

Bishop of Dunkeld. Modernized

On Menander. Imitated from a Greek Epi-

Gawin Douglas his eloquent Description of

gram in the Anthologia

ib.

Wyn'er, wyth hys grete Stormes and Tem-

pestis

270

A Description of Winter, from Gawin Douglas,

FRAGMENTS OF MEXANDER.

Bishop of Dunkeld

ib.

Glossary to May and Winter

273

Some Account of Menander

ib. Part of Sat. vi. Book ii. of Horace, translated.

Worship due to the Deity

254 Beginning at, Perditur hæc inter misero lux,

Submission

ib.

non sine votis, &c.

275

The acceptable Sacrifice

ib. A Parody on the city and country Mouse ib.

The Miseries of old Age.

ib. Horace, Epist. v. Book i. imitated. To John

Virtue only is Nobility

255 Hawkesworth, Esq

276

The Omnipotence of Gold

ib. A Passage from Petronius, translated

ib.

The Misery and Folly of Man

ib. Against Life. From the Greck of Posidippus. ib.

Man unbappy, compared with other Creatures. ib. for Life. From the Greek of Metrodorus ib,
The Origin of Man
ib. On Occasion of the Pence.

277
The Pleasures of Solitude

ih. On a country Vicar carrying his Wife behind
Sorrow faniliar to all Men

ib. him, to visit his Parishioners. By Mr.

Good and Evil blended

256 of Brazen Nose College

278

Content

ib. The Vicar's Reply. By Francis Fawkes, M. A. 279

Banish Care.....

ib. To Dr. Redman, who sent the Author a Hare,

Temple of Reason

ib,

Good Sense ............

ib. ) Imitated by Mr. Fawkes.

ib. and promised to sup with him. By the

The Man of Reason...

ib. Rev. Dr. Cowper

ib.
ib.
ib.

........ 266

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers...... 283 To Lady F-, on her Marriage

298
On the Death of Edward Lovibond, Esq. By Song.- No gardy Rubens ever dare

ib.

Miss G

285 Verses written after passing through Findon,

Advertisement

ib. Sussex, 1768. Addressed to the rev. Mr.

The World. Number LXXXII

ib. Woodeson, of Kingston upon Thames 299

The Tears of old May-day...

286 To'a Lady

ib.

Dedication to the rer. Mr. Woodeson, of King- Stanzas.--The bird of midnight swellid her
ston upon Thames, and the Ladies of his

throat

ib.

Neighbourhood

287 To a young Lady, wbo objected to sup with a

Julia's printed Letter to Lord

ib. Party of both Sexes that met at a Coffee-house ib.
On rebuilding Combe-Neville, near Kingston, A Dream

300
Surrey, once the seat of the famous king- The Mulberry-tree

ib.
making Earl of Warwick, and late in the To a Lady

301
Possession of the Family of Harvey ......... 289 | On a very fine Lady

ib.
On Lady Pomfret's presenting the University On an Asiatic Lady.

ib.
of Oxford with her Collection of Statues ... 290 To the same, on her Dress

302

On rural Sports

291 To the same....

ib.

Ode to Captivity. Written in the last War... 292 On reading the foregoing Verses. By Miss G- ib.
Imitation from Ossian's Poems. Lately pub- Reply to Miss G

ib.
lished by the Title of Fingal, &C......... ib. Song.--Hang my lyre upon the willow.... 303

Ode to Youth

293 Laura's Answer. By Miss G-

ib.

To the Thames

ib. To Miss G-

ib.

To Miss K- P

294 To Laura, on her receiving a mysterious

To Miss

KP

ib. Letter from a Methodist Divine...

ib.

To Miss K- P-

ib. To the same. On Politics

304

To Miss K- P

295 | To Laura.--Farewell to the rose

ib.

To Miss K P

ib. Song to ****.-What! bid me seek another fair, ib.

To Miss K- P-, with Anson's Voyage. ib. On Men being deprived, from Custom and De-

The Complaint of Cambria. To Miss K-

Jicacy, of enjoying social Friendship with

P-, setting to Music, and singing English the Fair-sex.

305

Verses. Done into English from the Welsh To a young Lady, fainting at the News of her

Original ...

ib. Friend's Misfortunes

ib.

On a Present to the Author, of two Impressions On the Death of an Infant...

ib.
from a fine antique Seal of the Head of To Miss N-m, written at Brighthelmstone... ib.
Alexander; the one by Lady P--, on Pa. To the Mistresses R-s, written at Bright-
per; the other by Miss J- P--, in Wax, 296 helmstone....

306
On the Subject of the Monument in Arcadia. ib. Verses written at Brighthelmstone

ib,

On the same

ib. To Miss G- From Brighthelmstone...... ib.

Hitchin Convent. A Tale

ib. Answer to the foregoing Verses, by Miss G
To a young Lady, a very good Actress.... 297 On the Death of a young Gentleman..

307
To an accomplished Lady. In the Manner of Inscription for a Fountain

ib.

Waller

ib. On the converting the late Mr. Woodeson's

Address to the Thames

898 House at Kingston into a Poor-house, and

To Mrs. B-, reading Julia with Tears, dur- cutting down the great Walk of bigh Trecs

ing a hard Frost

ib. before it

ib.

ib.

...........

POEMS OF HARTE.

The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers

312 To the right honourable Lady Hertford, upon

To the right honourable Charles Earl of Peter- the Birth of Lord Beauchamp

327

borough and Monmouth

319 The Army of Adrastus and his Allies, march-

Advertisement..

ib. ing from Argos to the Siege of Thebes. From

An Essay on Painting. To the right honoura-

the 4th Thebiad of Statius.....

328

ble Thomas Earl of Pembroke

ib. A Simile upon a set of Tea-drinkers............ jb.

Acontius to Cydippe. Fromn Ovid.....

324 The same.

Diversified in ancient Metre ib.

Part of Pindar's first Pythjan Ode, para- | A Soliloquy, occasioned by the Chirping of a
phrased..........
326 Grasshopper.....

ib.
The Episode of Orpheus and Eurydice, trans- The Story of Arethusa. Translated from the
lated from the fourth Georgic of Virgil...... 327 5th Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses

.........

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Angerianus de Calia. (Epig. 40.)

329 Christ's Parable of the Sowor

358

Cupid mistaken. From the Sports of Cupid, Introduction

359

written by Angerianus. Imitated and en- Parable.......

ib.

larged

ib. Interpretation

360

To a young Lady, with Mr. Fenton's Miscellany. ib. The Ascetic; or, Thomas a Kempis: a Vision 361

To Mr. Pope.

330 | The Meditation of Thomas a Kempis

363

The sixth Thebaid of Statius. Translated into Contentment, Industry, and Acquiescence un-
English, with Notes.

ib. der the Divine Will. An Ode, written in the

Notes upon the sixth Thebaid of Statius 340 Alpine Parts of Caruiola, 1749

368

The Vision of Death

369

Advertisement

ib.

Dedication

346

Introduction ..

ib.

The Courtier and Prince. A Fable
Psalm the civth, paraphrased.

347

Psalm the cviith, paraphrased

ib.

The enchanted Region; or, mistaken Pleasures 379

To my Soul. From Chancer

348

Eulogius; or, the charitable Mason. An his-

torical Fable...

381

An Essay on Satire, particularly on the Dun-

Introduction .......

ib.

ciad. Printed 1730

ib.
An Essay on Reason

352

Macarius; or, the Confessor. An Epistle to

To the Prince of Orange, on bis passing through

the rev. Dr. Robert Hort, Canon of Windsor 390

Oxford in his Return from Bath ......

357

Boetius: or, the upright Statesman, a supposed

Epistle from Boetius to his Wife, Rusticiana. 399

The Amaranth, or, religious Poems, consisting Religious Melancholy, an emblematical Elegy 398

of Fables, Visions, Emblems, &c.

358 Meditations on Christ's Death and Passion.

The amaranthine Crown described by Milton . ib. An Emblem

402
Preface.......

ib.

............ 376

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers......... 407 | Theodosius to Constantia, 1760 ......... 430

To the rev. Mr. J. Langhorne, on reading his Elegy, 1760.-—The eye of nature never rests

Visions of Fancy, &c. By Miss Whately, 415

from care..

ib.

Sonnet to Mr. Langhorne. By John Scott, Esq. ib. Inscription on the Door of a Study

431

To the hon, Charles Yorke....

ib. To Lord Granby

ib.

Proemium. Written in 1766

416 Monody, 1759.-Ah scenes bolov'd ! ah con.

Studley Park. To the rev. Mr. Parrer
ib. scious shades

438
Genius and Valour: a pastoral Poem. Written To Mrs. ******, in Tears for the Death of a
in honour of a Sister-Kingdom, 1763 419 Priend, 1762

ib.
To Mrs. Gillman

ib.

Elegy I.

422

Fragment of a Poem written at Clare-Hall on

II.

ib.
the King's Accession, 1760....

ib.

JI.

423

Cæsar's Dream, before his Invasion of Britain,

1758.

433

IV.

424

Inscriptiomin a Temple of Society

ib.

A Poem to the Memory of Mr. Handel. Writ-

Ioscription in a sequestered Grotto, 1763, and
ten in 1760

ib.
1756.

434
Left with the Minister of Riponden, a romantic

THE ENLARGEMENT OF THE MIND.

Village in Yorkshire, 1758

ib.

Epistle I. To General Craufurd. Written at

Written among the Ruins of Pontefract Castle,

Belvidere, 1763

425

1756.

II. To William Langhorne, M.A. Writ-

The Viceroy: addressed to the Earl of Halifax.

ten in 1765

427

First published in 1762

455

An Ode to the River Eden. Written in 1759. 428 Precepts of conjuga! Happiness.....

437

Autumnal Elegy. To Miss Cracroft, 1763 ... 429 Owen of Carron

458
To Miss Cracroft, 1763

ib.

To Miss Cracroft. The Complaint of her

Ring-dore, 1759

ib. J. The Sunflower and the Ivy

442

Sonnet in the Manner of Petrarch. To Miss

II. The evening Primrose

444

Cracroft, 1765

430 III. The Laurel and the Reed.

ib.

To Miss Cracroft. Wrapped round a Nosegay

IV. The garden Rose and the wild Rose... 445

of Violets, 1761

ib. V. The Violet and the Pansy......

ib.

To Miss Cracroft. On the moral Reflections

VI. The Queen of the Meadow and the

contained in her Answer to the above Verses,

Crown Imperial

446

1761 ..............

ib. VII. The Wall-fower......

447

Written in a Collection of Maps, 1765...... ib. VIII, The Tulip and the Myrtle

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