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To her Ring,

On a Lady's Necklace,

To a Lady, who is moft Beautiful when
Angry,

On Women,

To Mrs. Wigmore, upon feeing her at the
Mountebank's Stage,

To Mr. Eufden, defiring his Correction on

a Poem,

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THE BASTARD,

ibed to Mrs. Brett, once Countess of acclesfield,

ace,

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.

es occafioned by the Right Honourable e Lady Viscountefs Tyrconnel's recory at Bath,

piftle to the Right Honourable Sir Rort Walpole,

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THE VOLUNTEER LAUREATE.

On her Majesty's Birth-Day, 1731-2, I. On her Majesty's Birth-Day, 1732-3, II. On her Majefty's Birth-Day, 1734-5, V. On her Majefty's Birth-Day, 1735-6, 7. On her Majefty's Birth Day, 1736-7, 1. For the First of March, 1737-8. Sad to the Memory of her late Majesty, nbly addressed to his Majesty, ablic Spirit, in regard to Public Works; Epifle to his Royal Highnefs Fre. rick Prince of Wales,

Ar. John Dyer, a Painter, advising him draw a certain Noble and Illuftrious rfon, occafioned by feeing his Picture the celebrated Clio,

es fent to Aaron Hill, Efq. with the ragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury, ogue spoken at the revival of Shakeare's King Henry the Sixth, Animalcule, a Tale. Occafioned by his race the Duke of Rutland's receiving the nall-Pox by Innoculation,

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Mrs. Elizabeth Haywood, on her Novel, alled, "The Rash Resolve,"

Author's Life,

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Apology to Brillante, for having long mitted Writing her in Verse,

Epiftle to Mrs. Oldfield, of the TheatreLoyal,

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.

Clio,
Mr. Pope,

ng by a Needle,

e Snuffers,

a Satirical Young Lady,

fes occafioned by reading Mr. Aaron Hill's Poem, called, “ Gideon,"

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the excellent Daughters of a deceased

Lady,

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637

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To the Right Honourable Beffy Countess of Rochford, daughter of the late Earl Rivers —when with Child,

To the excellent Miranda, Confort of Aaron
Hill, Efq. on reading her Poems,
Verfes to a Young Lady,
The Gentleman. Addreffed to John Joliffe,
Efq.

Character of the Rev. James Foster,
The Poets's Dependance on a Statesman,
An Epistle to Damon and Delia,

To Mrs. M- H, fent with Mr.
Pope's Works,

On the Recovery of a Lady of Quality from the Small-Pox,

The Friend. An Epifle to Aaron Hill, Efq.

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WORKS OF HILL.

An Epiftle to Mr. John Dyer, Author of
Grognor-Hill,
Verfes occafioned by the Vice-Principal of
St. Mary-Hall, Oxford, being presented
by the Honourable Mrs. Knight, to the
Living of Godsfield in Effex,
Fulvia. A Poem,

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Paraphrafe on the Third Chapter of Habak

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The Mufe's Expoftulation with a Lady, An Epigram, occafioned by fome Verfes on a Monument in Weftminster Abbey, ib. To Mrs. L-r, playing on a Bafs Viol, ib. The Change. To the Lovely Cause of it, ib. A Song,

662

Another,

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To John Powell, Efq. Barrifter at Law, 648 London and Bristol Delineated,

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Verfes writ for, and fent to a Widow Gentlewoman, on occafion of her Son's Melancholy, upon their Loffes and Difappointments in Life, St. Matthew, Chap. VI. mon on the Mount, To the Lovely Mifs H

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Part of the Ser

dren,

Bellaria at her Spinet,

Celia in the Garden,

The Recollected Complainer,

The Refignation,

on her Descent

S

from the first Saxon Kings of our Island, At Sotting Day. A Song, Epilogue for a Lady who acted Eudocia in

the Siege of Damafcus, reprefented at the Duke of Bedford's at Wooburn, Paffing a Lady in the Park without feeing her,

To the Lady that Laughs at Dying in Metaphor, Modefty,

To a Lady who fent back the Top of a Sweet-Briar Branch, and retained the Worst End of it,

To the Lady who fends me all her Good
Wishes,
Writ upon a Pane of Glass in Westminster
Houle, under the Names of his Four Chil-

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Copies for Children to learn to Write, Advice to the Virgins to guard against Flat

tery,

Lefbia's Lamentation on the Death of her

Sparrow. Altered from Mr. Cartwright, The Meffenger,

The Gnat,

The Kifs through a Window,

665

ib.

ib.

ib.

667

ib.

668

ib.

ib.

ib.

ib.

ib.

666

ib.

ib.

ib. The Impartial,

ib. The Lover's Complaint,

The Statesman,
Solitude,

On Mr. Cowley's introducing

Verse,

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Epitaph on the Tomb of Henry Jernegan, Yakstine, Efq.

ib.

ib.

The Happy Man,

The Power of Royal Pity. Verses made for a Young Gentleman in Defpair, and fent to Queen Caroline, by N. Č—p—r,

The Discovery,

To Liberia, with a Squirrel,
To my dear and ever honoured Mother.
answer to some Verfes which the tent
about Spirits, from Malmesbury Abbey,
A Dialogue between Damon and Philem
concerning the Preference of a Town L

Answer to the R Aufwer to a St tuled, "An E to Senefino," The Choice. T

to a Country Life,

ib. A Dialogue between Damon and Philema. To the Editor of concerning the Preference of Riches To the two g

on their ten

Poverty,

in their Pro from the Sa

To a Lady, defiring to know what Lew

was like,

Sent to a La Glais,

Plain Truth,

Celinda in the Snow,

To David Ma fition that

To Celinda, in Excufe for looking on hav

ib.

674

ib.

The Wedding-Day,
The Dream,

The Northern Star,

The Picture of Love,

Advice to the Poets,

ib.

ib.

671

Church,

Good-Friday,

ib. The Disparity. From a Hint of Sir Henry

Wotton,

Belinda's Grave,

The Miracle at Cana.
Crashaw,

Arria and Pætus. From Martial, On the Death of Prince George of mark,

Progrels of V

e Art of Actin of Chefterfield

The Dedication of ed by the late

from the Frait or. Lib. I. Ode

Perfes on the Dea Writ on a Wind Scotland,

Tranflated imm

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The Shipwreck,

The French Prophets,

Clio to Amintor,

Amintor's Answer,

The Royal Sepulchre,
May-Day,

Mofes's Song of Thanksgiving on the overthrow of Pharaoh in the Red Sea, David's Elegy for the Death of Saul and Jo

nathan,

To a Lady, on calling me Jealow, Alone in an Inn at Southampton, April 35

1737,

Revenge,

ng in Snowy ria Watch'd at Lord George

ar Oftend on

Blank Leaf

anda,

To Miranda, after Marriage, with Mr.

Lock's Treatise on Education,

Epitaph on a Young Lady who died woma ried,

Augufta's Complaint to her Thames,
To the unknown Author of the beautiful

New Piece, called Pemela,

On Corioni's first attempt in Poetry.

Veries made for

Lady Macclesfi

On Lady Mary W ing with her, Inoculating the To Celia, in the St. Martin's Ch

The Ador's 1 The Lord's P

THE Auth Dedication, t Lrd Vifco Majesty's and Knight the Garter, Preface,

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709

The Diftinction of Ages,

ib. The Mufe to the Writer. A Tranflation
from the French of Dubartas,

An Ode to Aftræ. From the French of
Dubartas,

ib.

ib.

710

HE Author's Life,

edication, to the Right Honourable Charles Lord Viscount Townsend, late one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, and Knight of the Moft Noble Order of the Garter, &c. reface,

To Mr. Garrick, on his united Ideas of Actor and Writer,

On Sir Haac Newton,

To Clio, on her praifing Mr. Dyer, and fhowing me fome of his Verses,

On two Lovely and Loving Sifters, To the Editor of Albania. A Poem, Addreffed to the Genius of Scotland, and dedicated to General Wade,

Verfes Written on Windows, in feveral Parts of the Kingdom, in a Journey to Scotland,

711

ib.

ib.

ib.

ib.

WORKS OF BROOME.

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Epigram on giving the Name of Georgia to a part of Carolina,

A Letter from a departed Spirit to the Author (Mr. Pope), of a Lady's Character, lately published in a Thurfay's Journal, The CIV. Pfalm,

To his Muse,

The Tears of the Mufes. A Poem, Camillus. A Poem. Humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable Charles Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth. Written in the Year 1707,

Free Thoughts upon Faith; or, the Religion of Reason,

ib.

ib

713

ib.

ib. ib.

ib.

714 715

The Judgment-Day. A Poem,

ib.

Cleon to Lycidas. A Time Piece.

· 734

ib. The Excurfion of Fancy. A Pindaric Ode, 73& 7121

ib.

716

717

719

ib.

To Belinda, on her Apron Embroidered with Arms and Flowers,

ib.

ib.

·

Part of the XXXVIII, and XXXIX. Chap. ters of Job, A Paraphrafe,

723

726

730

Melancholy. An Ode. Occafioned by the
Death of a beloved Daughter,
Daphnis and Lycidas. A Paftoral. To the
Right Honourable Lord Viscount Town-
fhend of Rainham in Norfolk,

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The First Ode of Horace Tranflated,
An Epiftle to my Friend Mr. Elijah Fenton,
Author of Mariamne, a Tragedy,

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754

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756

757

ib.

Dialogue between a Lady and her Looking-
Glafs, while he had the Green-Sickness, 75%

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