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CONTENTS,

Tdication

Page
HE Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers 3 Anna Maria W-df-rd

26

7 Minerva mistaken

ib.

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9 The Magi. A sacred Eclogue

27

Epithalamium on the royal Nuptials..

11 On Mr. Pope's Works. Written soon after his

Beauty and Music. Au Ode

13 Death

ib.

The despairing Maiden

14 Epitaph on my Father. In the Parish-Church

The despairing Lover

ib. of Brough, Westmoreland

29

To the Author of Leonidas, a Poem. An Epistle. 15 Epitaph on my Mother. In the Parish-Church
Ode Brumalis: Ad Amicum Oxoniensem...... 16 of Brough, Westmoreland ......

ib.
Winter; a translation of Ode Brumalis. By Written in the Holy Bible

ib,

the reverend Mr. Tattersal, late Fellow of On a Present of three Roses from lanthe...... ib.

Trinity College, Cambridge

17 Cupid mistaken

30

Ode Vernalis: Ad Amicum Oxoniensem 18 Cupid in love; or, Stella and the Wasp.

Spring; a translation of Ode Vernalis. By Anacreontic.....

ib.

the reverend Mr. Tattersal, late Fellow of On writing Laura's Name in the Snow. Thirsis

Trinity College, Cambridge

ib.

and Damon

ib.

The Nativity. A college Exercise, 1736 19 | Epilogue to Cato. Spoken by a young Gentle-

The Bower

20 man in the Character of Marcia, before a

The Lover

21 private Audience ................

jb.

The Lover's Night

ib. The happy Life

31

To a Friend on his Marriage. An Ode..... 22 The Wedding-Morn. A Dream

ib.

On the Death of Mr. Wearing, the famous An Hymn to May

32

Musician at Oxford.

ib. The new Lyre. To a friend...

38

To Dr. Linden, on his Treatise on chalybeate

Sickness, a Poem: in five Books.

Waters ......

ib.

Paradise Regained. To a Friend

ib.

ib.

Book I.

Coresus and Callirboe. A Tale.....

ib.

II. The Palace of Disease

41

45

To Miss Addison. On seeing Mr. Rowe's Monu-

III. The Progress of Sickness

IV. The Recovery ....

48.

ment in Westminster Abbey, erected at the

52

Expense of his Widow...

25

V. The Thanksgiving

The Milkmaid

ib.

An Hymn in Sickness

56

The Conquest

26 Gratitude. A Poem on the Countess of Pom-
The Bee

ib. fret's Benefactions to the University of Ox-
The morning Lark. Anacreontic
ib. ford ...

ib.

POEM OF BLAIR.

63

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ib.

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers........ 71 The Cobbler of Cripplegate's Letter to Robert

The Author's Apology.....

75 Lloyd, a. M...

124

The Actor. Addressed to Bonnel Thornton, On Rhyme. A familiar Epistle to a friend... 125

Esq.

76 A familiar Epistle. To a Friend who sent the

The Poetry Professors

78 Author a Hamper of Wine .....

128

The Cit's Country-Box, 1757...

82 The Candle and Snuffers. A Fable

130

Genius, Envy, and Time, a Pable; addressed The Temple of Favour. To William Kenrick ib.

to William Hogarth, Esq....

81 The Spirit of Contradiction. A Tale

132

The Hare and Tortoise, 1757. A Fable 82 A familiar Epistle to

135

The Satyr and Pedlar, 1757

83 Charity. A Fragment. Inscribed to the rev.

The Nightingale, the Owl, and the Cuckoo, a Mr. Hanbury

134

Fable; addressed to David Garrick, Esq. on The Whim. An Epistle to Mr. W. Wotty 135

the Report of his retiring from the Stage, Ode to Genius

137

Dec. 1760....

ib. Prologus, 1757

ib.

A Tale

84 Prologus, 1758

ib.

Shakspeare ; an Epistle to Mr. Garrick

86 Prologus in Adelphos, 1759

138

An Epistle to C. Churchill, Author of the Ros-

Epilogus in Adelphos, 1759

ib.

ciad

87 Recte statuit Baxterus de Somniorum Phe-

Epistle to J. B. Esq. 1757

89 nomenis

ib.

Epistle to the same, 1757

90 Carmina ad nobilissimum Thomam Ducem de

To ****, about to publish a Voluine of Mis-

Newcastle....

139

cellanies written in the Year 1755...

ib. Ad Cancellarium...

ib.

To George Colman, Esq. A familiar Epistle. Latin Version of Gray's Elegy in a Country
Written January 1, 1761. From Tissington Church-yard

ib.

in Derbyshire

91 Song by Pope, and Latin Translation

141

Two Odes. Ode I.

93 Part of Horner's Hymn to Apollo. Translated

II. To Oblivion

94 fro the Greek

142

The Progress of Envy. Written in the Year From Catullus.......

144

1751

ib. The first Book of the Henriade

Prologue to the Jealous Wife. Spoken by An Imitation from the Spectator

148

Mr. Garrick......

97 A Ballad. — Ye shepherds so careless and

Prologue, inte:ided to have been spoken at

gay

ib.

Drury Lane Theatre, on his Majesty's Birth- To Chloe

149

day, 1761.....

ib. To the Moon

Prologue to Hecuba. Spoken by Mr. Garrick, Song.--The beanty which the gods bestow 150

1761..

ib. To the rev. Mr. Hanbury of Church-Langton,

Ode spoken on a public Occasion at West- Leicestershire, on his Plantation

minster School........

98 Sent to a Lady, with a Seal

ib.

The Tears and Triumph of Parnassus: an Ode, Epistle to a Friend

ib.

set to Music, and performed at Drury Lane,

1760.

ib.

Arcadia. A dramatic Pastoral

100

SONGS

An Epistle to Mr. Colman. Written in the

IN THE CAPRICIOUS LOVERS.

Year 1756

102

The Puff. A Dialogue between the Bookseller Air 1. While the cool and gentle breeze 151

and Author. Prefixed to the St. James's

Il. Though my features I'm told......... ib.

Magazine, September, 1762

103 III. 'Tis thus in those toys..

ib,

Chit-chat. An Imitation of Theocritus, Idyll.xv. 105 IV. When the head of poor Tummas was

A Dialogue between the Author and his Friend 108

broke

ib.

The Poet. An Epistle to C. Churchill

111 V. When vapours o'er the ineadow die . 152

The two Rubric Posts. A Dialogue.

113 VI. Yes that's a magazine of arms ib.

Song.--Though winter its desolate reign 114 VII. Go seek some nymph of humbler

A familiar Epistle to J. B. Esq. .

ib.

lot

ib.

The Milkmaid

116 VIII. Thus laugh'd at, jilted, and betray'd, ib.

A familiar Epistle, from the rev. Mr. Hanbury's

IX. Thank you, ladies, for your care...... ib.

Horse, to the rev. Mr. Scot.....

117 X. The flowers which grace their native

The New River Head. A Tale. Attempted

beds

ib.

in the Manner of Mr. C. Dennis. Inscribed

XI. When late a simple rustic lass ib.

to Jobo Wilkes, Esq.

118 XII. How strange the mode which truth

A familiar Letter of Rhymes. To a Lady ... 121

neglects

ib.

The Cobbler of Tessington's Letter to David XIII. For various purpose serves the fan... ib.

Garrick, Esq. 1761 .....

123

XIV. If tyrant love with cruel dart......... ib.

ib.

..............

The Antbor's Life, by Mr. Chalmers.......... 177 head's Verses, which were published and ad-

Preface......

183 dressed to the People of England in the

A Pastoral. Written by the Author, when a Year 1758

200

Student at Trinity College, Cambridge, and A Hiut to a young Person, for his better Im-

first printed in the eighth Volume of the

provement by Reading or Conversation...... 201

Spectator ....

185 To Lady B-W-, upon her presenting the

A Description of Tunbridge, in a Letter to Author with the Moiety of a Lottery Ticket ib.

P. M. Esq......

186 The Centaur fabulous....

202

A full and true Account of an horrid and bar- Thoughts on the Constitution of human Nature,

barous Robbery, committed on Epping Forest, as represented in the Systems of modern
upon the Body of the Cambridge Coach. Philosophers.......

ib.

Io a Letter to M. F. Esq......

187 On the Patron of England, in a Letter to Lord

A Letter to R. L. Esq. on his Departure from Willoughby, President of the Antiquarian

London ..

188 Society ...

205

Verses, spoken exterpore at the Meeting of a On specious and superficial Writers

204
Club,upon the President's appearing in a black The passive Participle's Petition to the Printer
Bob Wig, who usually wore a white Tye 189 of the Gentleman's Magazine

ib.

The Astrologer.........

190 | The Beau and the Bedlamite

ib.

Contentment: or, the happy Workman's Song 191 An Answer to the following Letter, requesting

The Dissection of a Beau's Head. From the the Author's Solution of a Rebus, commonly

Spectator, No. 275......

ib. ascribed to Lord Chesterfield

205

Song.–Why, prithee now, what does it signify 192 The Rebus

ib,
Extempore Verses, upon a Trial of Skill be The Answer

ib.
tween the two great Masters of the Science Thoughts on Rhyme and blank Verse

206
of Defence, Messrs. Figu and Sutton ....... 193 St. Philip Neri and the Youth. ........

207
Verses spoken at the breaking up of the Free Advice to the rev. Messrs. Hand H- to
Graminar School, in Manchester. The three preach slow

ib.

Black Crows. A Tale..........

194 To the same, on preaching extempore

ib.

Verses spoken on the same Occasion with the On Clergymen preaching Politics. To R-

preceding......

Esq......

208

The Ape and the Fox, a Fable. Spoken on Moses's Vision

ib.

the same Occasion

195 On the Author's Coat of Arms

209

Dalces ante omnia Musæ. Spoken on the Verses intended to have been spoken at the

same Occasion........

ib. breaking up of the Free Grammar Schoul

The country Pellows and the Ass. A Fable. in Manchester, in the Year 1758

ib.

Spoken on the same Occasion........... 196 A Dialogue on Contentment

210

Spoken on the same Occasion...

197 Tom the Porter

211

The Pond....

ib. An Epistle to a friend, on the Art of English

The Nimmers

198

Poetry

212

Careless Content

199 On Inoculation. Written when it first began

On Pat ence. Written at the Request of a to be practised in England

214

Friend

ib. An Answer to some Inquiries concerning the

Remarks upon Di. Akenzide's and Mr. White- Author's Opinion of a Sermon preachel at

ib.

............

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......... 243

...

ib.

Page

Page

-, upon the operation of the Holy Epigram on the Feuds between Handel and

Spirit

215

Bononcini .....

Written

Remarks on Dr. Brown's Estimate.

ib.

An Anecdote

in the Character of a Lady

ib. A Letter to R. L. Esq.,

ib.

Remarks on a Pamphlet, entitled, Epistles to The Poetaster

ib.

the Great

216 To Henry Wright, of Mobberly, Esq.on buying

Epilogue to Harlothrumbo, or the Supernatural 217 the Picture of Father Mallebranche

244

Remarks on Dr. Middleton's Examination of

On two lean Millers at Manchester, who rigo-

the Lord Bishop of London's Discourses con-

rously enforced tbe Custom obliging all

cerning the Use and Intent of Prophecy. 218

the Inbabitants to have their Corn ground

245

at their Mus
Four Epistles to the rev, Mr. L- late Vicar
of Bowden, upon the Miracle at the Feast Epitaph, written in Chalk on the Grave-stone

ib.
of Pentecost.

of a profligate Schoolmaster

ib.

Epistle I.

227 An Epistle to a Gentleman of the Temple

11.

228 Enthusiasm : a poetical Essay, in a Letter to

248

III.

229 a Friend in Town ..

IV.

230

252

A Paraphrase on the Lord's Prayer

A divine Pastoral......

253

An Epistle to J. Bl—k-n, Esq. Occasioned

A thanksgiving Hymn ......

254

by a Dispute concerning the Food of St.

An Hymn on the Omnipresence..

255

John the Baptist

231

The Collect for Advent Sunday

ib.

Three Epistles to G. Lloyd, Esq. on a Passage On the same

ib.

in Homer.

On the Epiphany...

256

Epistle I.

232

Meditations for every day in Passion Week.

II.

233

Monday. God in Christ is all love

ib.

III.

234

Tuesday. How Christ quencheth the wrath

Critical Remarks in English and Latin upon

of God in us

257

several Passages in Horace.

Wednesday. Christ satisfieth the justice of

An Epistle to a friend, proposing a Correc-

God by fulfilling all righteousness.. ib.

tion in the following passage : Si non Acri- Thursday. Christ the beginner and finisher
sium Virginis abditæ, &c.

235 of the new life in mau........

A Dialogue.-What must Mæcenas when he

Friday. How the sufferings and death of

sups

ib. Christ are available to man's salvation ... 258

Critical Remark on Hor. Ar: Poet. 1. 388.

Saturday. How Christ by his death over-

Fonumque prematur in annum

236

came death

ib.

On Hor. Lib. i. Ode ix. v. 1S. Nunc et

Easter Collect

ib.

Campus et Areæ, &c.

237

Easter Day

ib.

On Hor. Lib.ji. Ode iji. v. 17. Cedes coemp-

An Hymn for Easter Day

259

tis Saltibus, et domo, &c.

238

On Whitsunday

ib.

On Hor. Lib. jii. Ode ix. v. 57. Non est

On Trinity Sunday

260

meum, si mugiat Africis, &c..

ib.

On the same

ib.

Hor. Lib. ii. Ode xviii..

239

A Caution against Despair

ib.

Hor. Lib. ii. Ode iv. Ut tuto ab atris Cor-

A peuitential Soliloquy

261

pore Viperis, Sc...,

ib.

An Encouragement to earnest and importunate

Hor. Lib. iv. Ode iii. Romæ, principus Ur-

Prayer

ib.

bium, &c....

ib.
Hor. Lib. i. Ode xv. Iracunda Diemn pro-

A Soliloquy, on reading the 5th and 8th Verses
of the 37th Psalm

ib.
ferit Ilio, &c...

240

Hor. Lib.j. Ode xxix.—Quis neget arduis, &c. ib.

An Epistle from the Author to his Sister, with

the foregoing Soliloquy enclosed....

262

Hor. Lib. ii. Ode xiv.

ib.

Verses, written under a Print, representing the

Hor. Lib. iii. Ode xxiii.-Thure placaris et

Salutation of the Blessed Virgin...

ib.

Hornâ, &c......

241

Verses written under a Print, representing

The foregoing Criticism, in English Verse... ib.

Christ in the Midst of the Doctors...

263

Hor. Lib. i. Ode xx. Vile potabis modicis

Armelle Nicholas's Account of herself. From

Sabinum, &c.

ib.

the French

Miscellaneous Pieces: consisting of Thoughts Reflections on the foregoing Account

264
on various Subjects, Epigrams, &c. 242 St. Cecilia's Hymn
A Query

ib. A Letter to a Lady, occasioned by her desiring

Verses designed for a Watch-case

ib. the Author to revise and publish the Poems

265

An Adinonition against swearing, addressed of Bishop Kep .....

to an Officer in the Army

ib.

266

A Hint to Christian Poets

To the same, extempore; intended to allay On the Disposition of Mind requisite for the

the Violence of Party-Spirit

ib. right Use and Understanding of the Holy

243

On the Naturalization Bill

ib.

Scriptures.........

On the same...............

ib. On the sameSubject, in a Letter to Mr.Ponthieu ib,

On the same......

ib. A Stricture on the Bishop of Gloucester's Doc-

267

ib.

Advertisement upon the same

trine of Grace

On Prior's Solomon, an Epigram

ib. / On the Conversion of St. Paul

ib.

.....

ib.

......

ib.

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