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To the Author of Leonidas, a Poem. An Epistle. 15 Epitaph on my Mother. In the Parish-Church
To a Friend on his Marriage. An Ode..... 22 The Wedding-Morn. A Dream
26 Gratitude. A Poem on the Countess of Pom-
ib. fret's Benefactions to the University of Ox-
POEM OF BLAIR.
The Hare and Tortoise, 1757. A Fable 82 A familiar Epistle to
An Epistle to C. Churchill, Author of the Ros-
Epilogus in Adelphos, 1759
To George Colman, Esq. A familiar Epistle. Latin Version of Gray's Elegy in a Country
Prologue to the Jealous Wife. Spoken by An Imitation from the Spectator
An Epistle to Mr. Colman. Written in the
IN THE CAPRICIOUS LOVERS.
XVII. From flow'r to flow'r the butterfly ib. XXIII. Why should I now, my love,complain, ib.
The Sparrow and Diamond. A Song
A Pastoral. Written by the Author, when a Year 1758
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
Verses, spoken exterpore at the Meeting of a On specious and superficial Writers
Song.–Why, prithee now, what does it signify 192 The Rebus
The Ape and the Fox, a Fable. Spoken on Moses's Vision
Remarks upon Di. Akenzide's and Mr. White- Author's Opinion of a Sermon preachel at
-, upon the operation of the Holy Epigram on the Feuds between Handel and
Remarks on Dr. Brown's Estimate.
Remarks on a Pamphlet, entitled, Epistles to The Poetaster
Epilogue to Harlothrumbo, or the Supernatural 217 the Picture of Father Mallebranche
at their Mus
of a profligate Schoolmaster
Three Epistles to G. Lloyd, Esq. on a Passage On the same
Tuesday. How Christ quencheth the wrath
tion in the following passage : Si non Acri- Thursday. Christ the beginner and finisher
235 of the new life in mau........
A Soliloquy, on reading the 5th and 8th Verses
Miscellaneous Pieces: consisting of Thoughts Reflections on the foregoing Account
ib. A Letter to a Lady, occasioned by her desiring
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trine of Grace
On Prior's Solomon, an Epigram
ib. / On the Conversion of St. Paul