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To *** * about to publith a volutne of Mif-
The Duellift (in three books) book I. 65 Two Odes, ode I.
A familiar epistle, to J. B.
A Familiar Epistle from the Rev. Mt. Han-
bury's horfe to the reverend Mr. Scot ib.
Genius, Envy and Time, a fable
gy written in a country church yard, by
ib. Resignation. In Two Parts, Part I.
ib. On the Death of Queen Anne, and Succeflion
224 Two Epistles to Mr. Pope
Epistle to a friend
Seven Satires, Satire I.
251 The Cattle of Indolence, an Allegorical Poem,
· V. On Women
261 Newton. Infcribed to the Right Hon.
272 A Poem to the Memory of the Right Hon,
274 the Lord Talbot, late Chancellor of Great
270 Britain. Addressed to his Son
Letter to Mr. Tickell, on the Death of Epitaph on Miss Stanley
285 A Paraphrafe on the latter Part of the fixth
Chapter of St. Matthew
Istaph on Dr: Young's servant
The town divided, each runs sev'ral ways, Ros
As passion, humour, int'rest, party sways.
Things of no moment, colour of the hair,
Shape of a leg, complexion brown or fair,
A dress well chofen, or a patch misplac’d,
From galleries loud peals of laughter roll,
And thunder Shuter's praises--he's so droll.
Palmer! Oh! Palmer tops the janty part.
Seated in pit, the dwarf, with aching eyes,
Declares that Garrick is another Coan.
And our opinions have their rise in pride ;
We praise and censure with an eye to self;
All must meet friends, and Ackman bids as fair
But this their
squabbles did afresh renew,
Would be too grave ; and Sterne too gay appear’d: 'They can't, like candidate for other feat,
Others for Francklin voted ; but 'twas known,
To mischief train'd, e'en from his mother's womb
Dull ’mongst the dullest, proudest of the proud ;
A pert, prim, prater of the northern race,