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BOOK I. SACRED AND MORAL.
Hymn to Cheerfulness - The author being Christ's Passion : from a Greek Ode of Mr.
- Dr. Akenside 6 Masters, formerly of New College Pitt
Psalm 46th paraplarased - - ib. 8 Ode to Melancholy • - ib. Ci
Written at Midnight in a Thunder Storm ib.
9 The Vanity of Human Wishes Johnson
A Hymn on the Seasons - Thomson 15 VISIONS for the Entertainment and instruction
Longhornc 16 of Younger Minds, by Dr. COTTO.l.
On the Immensity of the Supreme Being ib. 92 FABLES, by the late Mr. GAY.
Miss Carter 37 The Mother, the Nurse, and the Fairy
Ogilvie 98 The Eagle and the Assembly of Animals
Wishes obtained often make men miserable The Lion, the Fox, and the Geese
Vitrie 38 The Lady and the Wasp
The Day of Judgement: a Seatonian Prize- The Elephant and the Bookseller . . 96
. .. Dr. Glynn 48 'The Peacock, the 'Turkey's and the loose - 96
an Address to the Deity
The Butterily and the Snail
Man's Redemption .
The Universal Apparition :
The Caprice and universal Power
Reflections on viewing a Map of the
- 141 The Wolf, the Sheep, and the Lamb
Virtue and Piety
. 142 | The Farmer, the Spaniel, and the Cat
Joye-ofollies of Imagination - 143 The Owl and the Nightingale
The Fall of the Good Man. 144 Lore and Vanity
NightiX.Reflections on Death
5 The Rake and the Hermit . . ib. 171
147 Paraphrase on Psalm lxxiv.16,17 Miss Itilliums 186
Reasons for Belief
148 Paraphrase on Matt. vii, 12 . ib. 191
The Misery of Sin - Reason - 149 On the Death of Frederic Prince of Wales.
. 150 Written at Paris, by Darid Lord Viscount
Summer, a Pastoral
ib. 203 Satires and Epistles of Horace imitated ib. 954
ib. 206 A Panegyric to my Lord Proctector, of the
An Essay on Criticism •
ib. 2101 On Mr. Abraham Cowley's Death and Burial
The Temple of Fame -
An Allegory on Man . Parnell 859 A Winter Piece
Description of a Poet
. ib. 362. Alexander's Feast, or the Power of Music.'
Ode. The Suicide - T. Warton 440 Ode to Time; occasioned by seeing the Ruins
for Indifference Crundess of C- 466 The Want of Discipline in the English Unis
Pollio. An Flegiac Ode; written in the Word Happy the Freedom of the Man whom Grace
near R---Casile, 1762 - Mickle 467) makes free - His Relish of the Works
Ode to Mirth
ib, 469 That Philosophy which stops at Secondary
Ode 10 Levon Water
ib, 4701 Causes reproved
the World contemplated at a Distan Pallet 496
Satirical Review of our Trips to France ib. 515 Verses on a Tear
Armine and Elvira, a Legendary Tale
An Ode on Classic Education - Anon. 5:32
An Heroic Epistle to Sir William Chambers, Sonnets -
BO () K III. DRAMATIC, &c.
1 Norval, not known at the time to be Lady
- As You Like it
- 579 / Young Norval informs Lord Randolph by
- 582 what Means he acquired a Knowlege in
. 584 the Art of War. .
- 587 Douglas's Soliloquy in the Wood, waiting for
* 30 DESCRIPTIONS, DETACHED SENTENCES,
--- Twelfth Night, or What You Will • 609 The Happiness of a free Government
S. Johnson 717
- 614 Description of a Populous City Young 717.
• 626 Description of a Person left on a Desert 717
; - 650 Description of a Hag .. Olway 718
• 660 Happiness the inseparable Companion of Vire
The Life and Death of King Richard II. 668 Honor superior to Justice - Thomson 718
Romeo and Juliet
S. Johnson 719
A Lion overcome by a Man - Lee 719
ib. 687 | Virtue the only true Source of Nobility
Rowe 69: The Happy Effects of Misfortune ih. 720
Lec 698 The charming Notes of the Nightingale ih. 7:20
or superior to Justice