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Characters of Querpo, Carus, and Umbra...Garth. 15
Verses, to be placed under the Picture of Sir
Richard Blackmore, England's Archpoet: con-
taining a complete Catalogue of his Works.
An Elegy. To an old Beauty ......... Parnell. 20
To a Lady, who desired the Author to write some
Verses upon her, in the Heroic Style ...Swift. 23
To Dr. Delany, on the Libels written against him.
Directions for making a Birthday Song ....Swift. 37
Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift...
The Man of Taste. Occasioned by an Epistle of
Mr. Pope's on the same Subject ...Bramstone. 94
To the Right Hon. Sir Spencer Compton...Young. 104
To Mr. Pope, concerning the Authors of the Age.
London. In imitation of the Third Satire of Ju-
Of Taste. An Essay. Spoken at the Anniver-
sary Visitation of Tunbridge School, 1756.
The Antiquaries. A Tale........ Cawthorn, 136
Horace's First Satire Modernized, and addressed
to Jacob Henriquez .Geo. Canning, sen. 145
Character of the last Four Stuarts. ..Churchill. 161
The Modern Fine Gentleman....... ..Jenyns. 172
The Loves of the Triangles. A Mathematical and
MONODY on 'the Death of Dick, an Academical
Molly Mog: or, the Fair Maid of the Mill...Gay. 204
A New Song of New Similes ...... .Gay. 206
Similes on Virginity and Marriage...F. Beaumont. 209
The Grand Question Debated, whether Hamil-
ton's Bawn should be turned into a Barrack or
Colemira. A Culinary Eclogue ..Shenstone. 223
Hamlet's Soliloquy Imitated..... ....Jago. 226
The Duke of Benevento. A Tale...J. H, Moore. 227
The Cock and the Horses. A Fable...J.H. Moore, 234
Langaishing Lyrics; or, The Lamentable Loves of
the Lacrimose Lord and the Lugubrious Lady.
Two Heads better than One. A Tale...Anonymous. 245
Old Wyschard ..... .,Rev. G. Huddesford. 248
Sonnet on a Ruined House in a Romantic Coun-
Parody upon Gray's Ode of The Bard'...Erskine. 252
Elegiac Expostulation to an unfortunate Tailor.
Tizzy; or, Judicious Precaution ..... Anonymous. 262
Like Master like Man..........
Ode, in the Manner of Samuel Johnson. Addressed
to a Girl in the Temple. .Anonymous. 264
Death and the Doctor. On a Physician Lam-
pooning a Friend of the Author........Garrick. 265
Parody on Sappho's Ode. To a certain Reviewer.
The Cheat's Apology.......... ...J. Ellis. 267
Cerealia. An Imitation of Milton....J. Phillips. 268
The Groans of the Tankard....... ..Barbauld. 282
Epistle from Pompey in the Country to his Mis-
The Hare Hunter. A Burlesque Imitation of
various Parts of L'Allegro and Il Penseroso.
Politics and Poetics; or, The desperate Situation
of a Journalist unhappily smitten with the Love.
A School Eclogue......... .Mrs. Barbauld. 301
A Tenement to be Let. Spoken at a Masquerade,
in the Character of a Town Crier...F.Laurence. 317
Parody on Gray's Elegy in a Country Church
Elegy written in a College Library...J.H. Moore. 323
Aylesbury Races. A Ballad ........J. H. Moore. 327
Essay on the Contrarieties of Public Virtue.
The Entail. A Fable.. Horace Walpole. 356
The Silent Lover....... ..Sir W. Raleigh. 357
On reading Milton with a young Lady.
The Needless Alarm...... ........Cowper, 359
Incomprehensible Love ...Anonymous. 363
The Love of the World Reproved; or, Hypocrisy
Love Out of Place........... Hon. W. R. Spencer. 368
To Lady Ann Hamilton .....Hon. W. R. Spencer. 369
How-d'y’-do and Good-bye..Hon. W. R. Spencer. 370
The Butterfly's Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast.
Portrait of a Woman. .........Anonymous. 377
CHARACTER OF ACHITOPHEL. Some had in courts been great, and thrown from
Of these the false Achitophel was first,
[high, Pleased with the danger, when the waves went