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N Elegy on the Death of Lady Coventry. By?
6 Oriental Eclogues. By Mr. William Collins Eclogue I. Selim; or, the Shepherd's Moral ibid. II. Hassan; or, the Camel-Driver
14 -III. Abra; or, the Georgian Sultana
17 -IV. Agib and Sccander; or, the Fugitives An Ode to Fear. By the same
23 The Passions. An Ode for Music. By the same 26 Every Man the Architect of his own Fortune; or,
the Art of Rising in the Church. A Satire. 31
By Mr. Scott of Trinity-College, Cambridge To Pleasure. An Ode. By the same
44 Edwin and Angelina. A Ballad. By Dr. Goldsmith 49 The Gift: To Iris. By the same
56 Cit's Country-box, 1757. By Robert Lloyd, A. M. 57 The Actor. By the same
61 William and Margaret. By David Mallet, Esq; Zephir; or, the Statagem. By the same
75 Edwin and Emma. By the fame. A Prayer for Indifference. By Mr. Greville
87 To Sickness. An Elegy. By Mr. Delap
go Verses to the People of England, 1758. By W.
Whitehead, Efq; Poet Laureat A Song. Written to a Lady Toa Lady before Marriage. By the late ingenious } 99
' Mr. b
C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.
Prologue upon Prologues. By Mr. Garrick
Mr. Foote's Address to the Public, after a Profecu-? 104
Prologue to the Englishman at Bourdeaux
Anode.com St. Cæcilia’s Day. By Bonnel Thornton, } 109
Advice to the Marquis of Rockingham upon a late
Bryan and Pereene. A West Indian Ballad
The Passionate Shepherd to his Love. An old Ballad 118
My Mind to me a Kingdom is. An old Ballad
Cupid's Pastime. An old Sonnet
Admiral Hosier's Ghod. By Mr. Glover
The Shepherd's Resolution. An old Ballad. By
The Stedtaft Shepherd. By the same
A Present to a Young Lady, With a Pair of Stock->
ings. By - Fellow of Cambridge
A Dialogue between a Poet and his Servant. By
Verses written upon a Pedestal beneath a Row of
Elms in a Meadow near Richmond Ferry, be-
longing to Richard Owen Cambridge, Esq;
The Genius of Britain. An Iambic Ode
Petrarch and Laura. An Epigrammatic Tale
An Epifile of M. De Voltaire, upon his Arrival at
his Efate near the Lake of Geneva, 1755: 158
The Winter's Walk. By Samuel Johnson, LL. D. 164
Epilaph on Claudius Phillips. By the same 165
CON T E N T S.
The Poor Man's Prayer. Addressed to Lord Chatham ib.
An Epitaph. Written by Mr. Caleb Smith upon
To Apollo making Love. From Monsieur Fonte-
nelle. By Thomas Tickell, Esq;
The Author's Account of his Journey to Ireland.
On the Winter Solstice, 1740. By Dr. Akenfide. 185
The Poet and his Patron. By Mr. Moore
The Wolf, Sheep, and Lamb. By the same
The Tears of Scotland. Written in the Year 1746 196
Cæsar's Dream before his Invasion of Britain.
A Receipt how to make L'Eau De Vie. By th
Day: A Pastoral. By Mr. Cunningham
Content: A Pastoral. By the same
Corydon: A Pastoral. To the Memory of Wil-
liam Shenstone, Esq; By the same
The House of Superstition. A Vifion. By Mr.
The Triumph of Isis. By Dr. Thomas Warton
Newmarket. A Satire. By the same
Ode to Ambition. By Mr. Shepherd
A Monody to the Memory of Mrs. Marg. Woffington 271
The Cure of Saul. A Sacred Ode. By Dr. Brown 279