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Lord George Graham, on his Action

= near Oftend, on the 24th of June 1745,
a Blank Leaf of a Book, fent to Mi-
randa,

he Progrefs of Wit, a Caveat,

he Art of Acting. Dedicated to the Earl
of Chesterfield,

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Dialogue between a Lady and her Looking-
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First Hymn of Callimachus to Jupiter,
Second Hymn of Callimachus to Apollo,
I James Thornhill, on his excellent
nting, the Rape of Helen, at the Seat
General Erle, in Dorsetshire. Written
The Year 1718,

af the Second Book of Statius,

e Death of a Young Gentleman,
's Paffion, from a Greek Ode of Mr.
rtin's, formerly of New College.

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eKing's Return, in the Year 1720,
e Masquerades,

Shadow. An Ode,

elia Playing on a Lute,

e unknown Author of the Battle of
Sexes,

Twelfth Ode of the First Book of Ho-
, Tranflated,

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Twenty-Second Ode of the First Book
Horace,

ologue for the Strollers,

VIII. Translated,

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az Author's Life,
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CXLIV. Paraphrafed,
Chap. III.

Chap. XXV. Paraphrafed,

Song of Mofes, in the Fifteenth Chap-
r of Exodus, Paraphrased,
Third Ode of the Second Book of Ho-
ce, Paraphrased,
Third Ode of the Fourth Book of Ho-
ce, Paraphrased,

the approaching Congress of Cambray.
/ritten in 1721,

·

: Fable of the Young Man and his Cat,
Mr. Pope, on his Tranflation of Homer's
liad,
cimen of a Translation of the Odyssey,
his Majefty's playing with a Tiger in
Kensington Gardens,

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802
803

805

ib.

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808

ib.

809

ib.

ib.

810

ib.

A Dialogue between a Poet and his Servant,
In Imitation of Horace,

816

ib.

Ode to John Pitt, Efq. advising him to build
a Banqueting-House on a Hill that over-
looks the Sea,

817

ib.

819

Ode to John Pitt, Efq on the fame fubject, 820
On Mrs. Walker's Poems, particularly that
on the Author,

821

ib.

On the Art of Preaching. A Fragment.
In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry,
Invitation to Dr. Doddington. In Allufion
to Horace,

822

Mr. Pitt to his Brother C. Pitt, on his hav
ing a Fit of the Gout,

ib.

ib.

Written in the Folds of a Pin-Paper,
De Minimis Maxima. Autore Ludovico Dun-

ib.

807

ib.

combe,
Tranflation of the foregoing,
ib. An Epitaph Infcribed on a Stone that covers
his Father, Mother, and Brother,

A Poem on the Death of the late Earl Stan-
hope. Humbly Infcribed to the Countess
of Stanhope,

Epitaph on Dr. Keil, the late famous Aftro-

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Book I.

Book II.

818 Book III.

WORKS OF BLAIR.

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nomer,

Horace, Book II. Epist. XIX. Imitated. An
Epistle to Mr. Robert Lowth,

To Mr. Spence, prefixed to the Effay on
Pope's Odyffey,

race,

Invitation to a Friend at Court,

811

812

813

ib.

814

815 Epiftle to Mr. Spence, when Tutor to Lord
Middlefex. In Imitation of Horace,

ib.

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Imitation of Spenser,

Epifle to J. Pitt, Efq. In Imitation of Ho-

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Epiftle to Mr. Spence. In Imitation of Ho-

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851 A Poem, Dedicated to the Memory of the
Learned and Eminent Mr. Law,

857

VIDA'S ART OF POETRY.

Dedication to the Right Honourable Philip
Earl Stanhope, Vifccunt Mahon, and Ba-
ron Elvaston,

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