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.... ... 288
On Paith, Reason, and Sight, considered as the For the due Improvement of a funeral Solem-
of Essex to the Earl of Southampton 272 the beginning was the Word. Johu i. 1. ... ib.
Life and Death, when applied to Men ib. An Expostulation with a zealous Sectarist 296
ib. sioned by reading the rev. Mr. Hervey's
ib. On the Nature of free Grace, and the Claim
Fragment of an Hymn on the Goodness of God ib. A Soliloquy, on reading a Dispute about Faith
On the Meaning of the word Wrath, as ap-
On the Nature and Reason of all outward Law. ib. tongues.” 1 Corinth. 14.
An Hymn on Simplicity. From the German. ib.
A Prayer, from Mr. Law's Spirit of Prayer'... 288 On Preaching. An Epigram
T'he Footman, an Epistle to my Friend, Mr.
II. The imaginary Kiss
Rex et Pontifex, being an Attempt to intro- Song.-Man's a poor deluded bubble
An Epistle to Mr. Pope, occasioned by his The Kings of Europe. A Jest
b. Prior;" in the second Volume of Bishop
Fragment, by John, seconde Abbatte of Acrostic on Miss Hoyland. 1768
The Freere of Ordery's Whyte
ib. To Miss Hoyland. 1768. With a Present... ib.
Songe of Seyncte Baldywynne ................. 402 Sentiment. 1769
Unknown Knight, or the Tournament ib. The Methodist. May 1770
To Johne Ladgate, sent with the following The Resignation .....
Fragment.---Far from the critics and reviews.. ib.
Narva and Mored. An African Eclogue...... 451 The Revenge. A Burletta
Elegy.--Haste, haste, ye solemn messengers
The Virgin's Choice
To Mr. Holland, the Tragedian
On Miss B-sh, of Bristol
Epistles to his Friends in Town, from Aristip-
and the imitative Arts
Epistle 1. The Retreat of Aristippus...... 509 A Father's Advice to bis Sop : an Elegy 526
The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers.......... 541 | The Tears of Scoiland
Song from the same.- Let the nymph still Burlesque Ode....
The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers 596 | Upon hearing his Picture was in a Lady's
To a young Lady with the following Poem ... ib. dressed to a young Lady who had just fin-
To a Lady, on her, taking Something ill the The Risone and the Arar
On a Summer-House in my own Garden 620 | Horace, Book i. Ode xxiii. To Miss D. 657
ib. Horace, Book i, Ode xxiv. To a young Lady
ner of the French dramatic Rlyme of Racine. ib. Horace, Book i. Ode xxxiji. To a Gentle-
621 Horace, Book ii. Ode iv. To the Earl Mar-
Psalın lxv. Imitated......
ib. Horace, Book i. Epistle xviii.
The Flower of Yarrow. To Lady Mary Mont- On Mrs. Hepburn
ib. Could this marble to the world impart.. ib.
635 Does great and splendid villany allure
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