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A Paraphrafe on the latter Part of the vi. Chapter
of St. Matthew
Elegy, to a Friend, on fome flight Occasion estranged
Elegy, written in a Country Church-yard
The Progress of Poefy, a Pindaric Ode
Pious Memory: Occafioned by feeing the Graves
dreffed with Flowers, at Brecknock
THE MORNING HYMN
ADAM AND EVE.
[From the Fifth Book of Faradise Lost.]
HESE are thy glorious works, Parent of good,
Thus wondrous fair; thy felf how wondrous then!
In thefe thy loweft works, yet these declare
and without end.
Faireft of ftars, laft in the train of night,
If better thou belong not to the dawn,
Sure pledge of day, that crown'st the smiling morz
Thou Sun, of this great world both eye and soul,
And nourish all things; let your ceafelefs change
His praife, ye Winds, that from four quarters blow,