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PRINTED FOR J. JOHNSON; J. NICHOLS AND SON; R. BALDWIN; F. AND C. RIVINGTON; W. OTRIDGE AND SON ;
CHE Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson
3 To a Gentleman of seventy, who married a
9 The forty-third Chapter of Ecclesiasticus. A
Habakkuk, Chap. III. Paraphrased. An Ode Paraphrase.
written in 1710, as an Exercise.
13 The Conclusion of an Epilogue to Mr. South-
To Belinda, on her Sickness and Recovery 14
ern's last Play, called Money the Mistress. 31
To Belinda, on her Apron embroidered with The Parting, a Song, set by Dr. Tudway, Pro.
Part of the Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth On a Flower which Belinda gave me from her
Melancholy: an Ode. Occasioned by the The Story of Talus, from the fourth Book of
Apollonius Rhodius, V. 1629...
Daphnis and Lycidas : a Pastoral
ib. From the eleventh Book of the Iliads of Ho-
The First Ode of Horace translated ........ 18
In the Style of Milton.........
An Epistle to my Friend Mr. Elijah Fenton, Au- To Mrs. Eliz. M-t, on trer Picture, 1716 34
thor of Mariamne, a Tragedy, 1726......... ib. | Prologue to Mr. Penton's excellent Tragedy,
On the Seat of War in Flanders, &c.
20 Monsieur Maynard imitated. To the right
To the right honourable Lord Charles Corn-
honourable the Lord Cornwallis..
The Rose-bud. To the right honourable the The Coquette
ib. The Widow and Virgin Sisters, being a Letter
The Coy: an Ode.
ib. On the Death of my dear friend, Mr. Elijah
afterwards Lady Cornwallis, on her Picture To Thomas Marriot, Esq. A Poem on Death 37
To Mr. Pope, on his Works, 1726........... ib. The Complaint. Cælia to Damon
Part of the Tenth Book of the Iliads of Homer. Battle of the Gods and Titans. From the
24 Theogony of Hesiod, with a Description of
A Pastoral, to a young Lady, upon her leaving,
and return to, the Country
28 | The Love of Jason and Medea. From the
ib. third Book, verse 743, of Apollonius Rho-
To a lady, playing with a Snake ......
To a Lady of thirty
ib. Epistola ad Amicum Rusticantem. Scripta
On the Birth-day of Mr. Robert Trefusis, being Vere inuente Cantab, 1709
three Years old, March 22, 1710-11..... ... ib. Sixteen Odes of Anacreon..................... 4447
The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson
Dr. Warburton's Advertisement to the Octavo
Edition of Mr. Pope's Works, 1751
51 | Messiah : a sacred Eclogue. In imitation of
129 Windsor Porest
133 | Ode on St. Cecilia's Day
137 Two Chorusses to the Tragedy of Brutus 156
Ode.-The dying Christian to his Soul......... ib.
146 Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady 172
147 | Prologue to Mr. Addison's Tragedy of Calo ... 173
Spring.--The First Pastoral
177 On receiving from the right honourable the
Lady Frances Shirley, a Standish and two
180 Epistle to Robert Earl of Oxford and Morti-
TheWife of Bath, her Prologue. From Chaucer. 192 Epistle to James Craggs, Esq. Secretary of
The First Book of Statius luis Thebais
T'he Pable of Dryope. From Ovid's Meta- Epistle to Mr. Jervas, with Mr. Dryden's
207 Translation of Fresnoy's Art of Painting ... ib.
208 Epistle to Miss Blount, with the Works of
Epistle to the same, on her leaving the Town
after the Coronation, 1715....
ib. The Basset-Table, an Eclogue
Waller.-Of a Lady singing to her Lute ib. (Verbatim from Boileau
Answer to a Question of Mrs. Howe
Occasioned by some Verses of his Grace the
Earl of Rochester.-On Silence.
Prologue to a Play for Mr. Dennis's Benefit,
in 1733,. when he was old, blind, and in
great Distress, a little before his Death ib.
Dr. Swift.—The Happy Life of a Country Prologue to Sophonisba
ib. Song, by a Person of Quality, written in the
215 On a certain Lady at Court
On his Grotto at Twickenham, composed of
Marble, Spars, Gems, Ores, and Minerals .. ib.
To Mrs. M. B. on her Birth-day
220 To Mr. Thomas Southern, on his Birth-day,
225 To Lady Mary Wortley Montague
229 The fourth Epistle of the first Book of Ho-
, Moral Essays, in Five Epistles :
race's Epistles ....
Fipigram on Mrs. Tofts, a bandsome Woman
with a fine Voice, but very covetous and
II. Of the Characters of Women 233
Epigram on one who made long Epitaphs 284
239 To Sir Godtrey Kneller, on his painting for me
V. To Mr. Addison, occasioned by
the Statues of Apollo, Venus, and Hercules ib.
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot, being the Prologue A Dialogue, between Pope and Craggs
242 Epigra! engraved on the Collar of a Dog,
which I gave to his Royal Highness ... ib.
SATIRES AND EPISTLES OF HORACE IMITATED. Epigram, occasioned by an Invitation to Court ib.
Second Book, Sat. i. To Mr. Fortescue ...... 246 On an old Gate erected in Chiswick Gardens . ib.
Second Book, Sat. ii. To Mr. Bethel 348 Fragment.-What are the falling rills, the pen-
First Book, Ep. i. To Lord Bolingbroke. 250
First Book, Ep. vi. To Mr. Murray... 253
Verses left by Mr. Pope, on his lying in the
Second Book, Ep. i. To Augustus
same Bed which Wilmot the celebrated Earl
of Rochester slept in at Adderbury, then
belonging to the Duke of Argyle .
THE SATIRES OF JOHN DONNE, DEAN OP ST. PAUL'S,
Verses to Mr. C. St. James's Place....... ib.
On Charles Earl of Dorset, in the Church of
Epilogue to the Satires. In Two Dialogues.
Withyam in Sussex.....
............ 271 On the Hon. Simon Harcourt, only Son of the
Lord Chancellor Harcourt, in the Church of
Stanton Harcourt in Oxfordshire, 1720 ...... ib.
First Book, Ep. vii. In the manner of Swift.. 273 | On James Craggs, Esq. in Westminster Abbey. ib.
274 Intended for Mr. Rowe, in Westminster Abbey. ib.
Book iv. Ode 1. To Venus
275 On Mrs. Corbet, who died of a Cancer in her
Part of Ode ix. Book 4. A Fragment........., 276 Breast
IMITATIONS OF HORACE.
To Sir ihomas Egerton, Knight, Lord Keeper A Description of Beauty. Translated out of
To the Lord Henry Howard, one of his Ma- To the Angel Spirit of the most excellent Sir
To the Lady Margaret, Countess of Cumber- To the right reverend Fatber in God, James
529 Montague, Lord Bishop of Winchester, &c. 551
To the Lady Lucy, Countess of Bedford 530 | A Defence of Rhyme
To Henry Wriothesley, Earl of Southampton 532 A Letter from Octavia to Marcus Antonius ... 567
bis Boat two Women (of whom he loved The Prologue
the one that disdained him, and scorned Songs from the same ...................
the other who affected him) was by Com- Ode.- Now each creature joys the other ... 573
mandment from Neptune to cast out one of Ulysses and the Syren
them, to appease the Rage of the Tem- Dedication of the Queen's Arcadia. A Pas-
ib. In the Vision of the Twelve Goddesses ... ib.
Masophilus: containing a general Defence of Song from the same
533 Dedication of the Tragedy of Cleopatra ib.
549 | Dedication of the Tragedy of Philotas . 579