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A Contrast between human Reason and divine On Attention

Illumination, exemplified in three different A Prayer, used by Francis the First, when he

Characters

268 was at War with the Emperor Charles the

Socrates's Reply, concerning Heraclitus's Fifth........

..... ib.

Writings

269 A Comment on the following Passage in the

* Thoughts upon human Reáson, occasioned by general Confession of Sins, used in the

reading some extravagant Declamations in Church Liturgy: According to thy Pro-

its favour

ib. mises, &c.

ib.

On Paith, Reason, and Sight, considered as the For the due Improvement of a funeral Solem-
three distinct Mediums of human Perception ib.

ib.
A Dialogue between Rusticus, Theophilus, and On Church-Communion, in seven Parts; from
Academicus, on the Nature, Power, and Use a Letter of Mr. Law

289
of human Learning, in Matters of Religion 270 A dying Speech. From Mr. Law............... 292
A poetical Version of a Letter from the Earl A Comment on the following Scripture : In

of Essex to the Earl of Southampton 272 the beginning was the Word. Johu i. 1. ... ib.
The Italian Bishop. An Anecdote............... 273 A memorial Abstract of a Sermon preached by
On Resignation. To a Friend in Trouble...... ib. the rev. Mr. H- on Proverbs, c. xx. v. 27.. 293
A poetical Version of a Letters from Jacob On the Union and three-fold Distinction of
Bebmen to a friend, on the same Occasion. 274 God, Nature, and Creature

ib.

On bearing the Cross. A Dialogue

275 On the Origin of Evil .....

294

A Soliloquy on the Cause and Consequence of A friendly Expostulation with a Clergyman

a doubting Mind

276 concerning a Passage in his Sermon, relat-

A plain Account of the Nature and Design of ing to the Redemption ..

ib.

true Religion

ib. On the same Subject, written upon another

On the true Meaning of the Scripture Terms Occasion ....

295

Life and Death, when applied to Men ib. An Expostulation with a zealous Sectarist 296
On the Ground of true and false Religion...... 277 Thoughts on imputed Righteousness, occa-
Peter's Denial of bis Master

ib. sioned by reading the rev. Mr. Hervey's
On the Cause, Consequence, and Cure of spiri- Dialogues, between Theron and Aspasio ... ib.
tual Pride...

ib. On the Nature of free Grace, and the Claim

The Beggar and the Divine

278 to Merit for the Performance of good Works. 298

Fragment of an Hymn on the Goodness of God ib. A Soliloquy, on reading a Dispute about Faith
Universał Good the Object of the divine Will, and Works

299

and Evil the necessary Effect of the Crea- Thoughts on Predestination and Reprobation.

ture's Opposition to it......

279 A Fragment.......

ib.

On the disinterested Love of God

280 The Potter and his Clay, an Hymn, ascribed

On the same Subject

ib. to Dr. Watts

301

On the Meaning of the word Wrath, as ap-

The Contrast

ib.

plied to God in Scripture...

281 | An Argument for David's Belief of a future

The foregoing Subject more fully illustrated State inferred from Bathsheba's last Words

in a Comment on the following Scripture: to him upon his Death-Bed

302

God so loved the world, &c.

ib. On the Fall of Man

ib.

The true Grounds of eternal and immutable A Letter to a friend, upon the Meaning of

Rectitude........

282

St. Paul's Expression of “ speaking with

On the Nature and Reason of all outward Law. ib. tongues.” 1 Corinth. 14.

ib.

Divine Love, the essential Characteristic of Familiar Epistles to a friend, upon a Sermon

true Religion

285 entitled, The Office and Operations of the

On Works of Mercy and Compassion. Consi- Holy Spirit. By the rev. Mr. Warburton.

dered as the Proofs of true Religion ...... ib. Letter I,

Verses designed for an Infirmary

ib.

II.

305

An Hymn to Jesus

284

III.

ib,

An Hymn on Simplicity. From the German. ib.

IV.

A Farewell to the World. From the French.. 285

V.

An Hymn. From the French ...

ib.

VI.

308

The Soul's Tendency towards its true Centre ib. Miscellaneous Pieces, consisting of Thoughts

The desponding Soul's Wish .....................

ib. on various Subjects, Fragments, Epigrams,

The Answer ....

ib. &c.

An Hymn to Jesus. Prom the Latin of St. On the Epicurean, Stoic, and Christian Philo-

Bernard

286 sophy .....

310

A Paraphrase on the Prayer used in the Atheism the only Ground of Discontent ib.

Church Liturgy, for all sorts and Condi- God the only true Teacher' ....

ib.

tions of Men

ib. An Epigram on the Blessedness of Divine Love. ib.

The Prayer of Rusbrochius

287 A Contrast between two eminent Divines ib.

A Prayer, from Mr. Law's Spirit of Prayer'... 288 On Preaching. An Epigram

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers ........ 313 Colin's Kisses.

Dedication

325 Song I. The Tutor

340

T'he Footman, an Epistle to my Friend, Mr.

II. The imaginary Kiss

ib.

Wright..

327

III. The Feast

341

To the honourable Lady Howe, upon the

IV. The stolen Kiss..

ib.

Death of her Husband, Sir Richard Howe... 328 V. The meeting Kiss......

ib.

To my Friend Mr. Wright, upon his com-

VI. The parting Kiss

ib.

mending Something I had wrote

ib. VII. The borrowed Kiss

ib.

Songs from Sir John Cockle at Court,

VIII. The Kiss repaid

ib.

O the pleasing, pleasing joys.....

ib.

IX. The secret Kiss

ib.

Tho' born in a country town

ib.

X. The Rapture ...

ib.

Adieu to your cart and your plough.... ib. XI. The reconciling Kiss

342

Ah, luckless knight! I mourn thy case ib. XII. The mutu Kiss

ib.

Songs from the Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green. The Wife. A Fragment

ib.

The faithful stork behold

328 Rome's Pardon. A Tale

344

Let begging no more then be taunted 329 An Epistle to Stephen Duck, at his first com-

Tho' darkness still attends me ...............

ib. ing to Court......

345

The boy thus of a bird possest

ib. | An Epitaph. On Queen Caroline....

ib.

As death alone the marriage knot unties ib. On Riches. Humbly inscribed to the right

Behold me on my bended knee.......

hon.

ib.

Duet. The man who in a dungeon lies for debt, ib. The Petition

347

Song. From the Miller of Mansfield. --How An Epithalamium ........

ib.

happy a state does the miller possess ib. The Advice

ib.

Song. In the Triumph of Peace.-Banish'd A lamentable Case. Submitted to the Bath

to some less happy shore

ib. Physicians

ib.

Prologue to Sir John Cockle at Court 330 A Lady's Salutation to her Garden in the

Epilogue to Sir John Cockle at Court

ib. Country

ib.

Epilogue to the Toy-Shop..

ib. | The Progress of Love

348

Rex et Pontifex, being an Attempt to intro- Song.-Man's a poor deluded bubble

ib.
duce upon the Stage a new Species of Pan- An Epigram, occasioned by the Word “one
tomime

ib.
The Art of Preaching: in Imitation of Ho- Burnet's History

ib.

race's Art of Poetry

332 Epigram.-Cries Sylvia to a reverend dean... ib.

An Epistle to Mr. Pope, occasioned by his The Kings of Europe. A Jest

ib.

Essay on Man.......

335 Melpomene: or, the Regions of Terrour and

On Good and Ill-Nature. To Mr. Pope

S36 Pity

348

The Cave of Pope. A Prophecy

ib. On his first Arrival at the Leasowes, 1754...... 350

On the Death of Mr. Pope....

337 | Agriculture. A Poem.

Modern Reasoning. An Epistle

Preface....

351

Religion. A Simile

338 Canto I.

ib.

Pain and Patience. An Ode.......

339

II.

355

Kitty. A Pastoral.

310

III.

359

b. Prior;" in the second Volume of Bishop

......

ib.

386

same

ib.

ib.

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Epitaph on Robert Canynge

397 | A Song. Addressed to Miss C-_am, of Bristol. 460

The Storie of William Canynge.

398 To a friend...

ib.

Heraudyn. A Fragmente.....

399 To the beauteous Miss Hoyland

Fragment, by John, seconde Abbatte of Acrostic on Miss Hoyland. 1768

461
Seyncte Austin's Mynsterre
ib. Acrostic on Miss Clarke. 1768

ib.

Warre. By the same

400 To Miss Hoyland. 1768

ib.

A Chronycalle of Brystowe, wrote by Raufe To Miss Hoyland. 1768

ib.

Chedder

ib. To Miss Hoyland. 1768

462

The Freere of Ordery's Whyte

ib. To Miss Hoyland. 1768. With a Present... ib.
Dialogue between Master Philpot and Wal- To Miss Hoyland. 1768

ib.
worth, Cockneies
ib. To Miss Clarke. 1768

ib,

The merrie Tricks of Lamyngetowne. By Epistle to the reverend Mr. Catcott. Decem-

Maystre John a Iscam

ber 6th, 1769

ib.

Songe of Seyncte Baldywynne ................. 402 Sentiment. 1769

464

Songe of Seyncte Warburghe

ib. The Defence. Dec. 25th, 1769

465

Sancte Warbur

ib. Song to Mr. G. Catcott, 1769

ib.

The Worlde.....

403 Heccar and Gaira : an African Eclogue. Jan.

One Canto of an ancient Poem, called, the

3, 1770

ib.

Unknown Knight, or the Tournament ib. The Methodist. May 1770

466
The Romaunte of the Cnyghte. By John de Colin instructed. 1770....

ib.

Bergbam....

404 | A burlesque Cantata

467

The Romance of the Knight. Modernised by Song.–Fanny of the Hill. 1770.

ib.

Chatterton

ib. Happiness. 1770

ib.

To Johne Ladgate, sent with the following The Resignation .....

468

Songe to Alla

405 Clifton ..

469

Song to Ælla, Lord of the Castel of Bristowe To Miss Hoyland

ib.

ynne Daies of Yore.......

ib.To Mr. Powell......

470

Lines composed by John Ladgate, a Priest in To Miss C, on hearing her play on the Harp-

London...

ib. sichord........

ib.

| Ælla, a tragycal Enterlude, or discoorseynge The Art of Puffing, by a Bookseller's Journey-

Tragedie

406

man

ib.

Epistle to Mastre Canynge on Ælla

ib. Copy of Verses written by Chatterton, to a

Letter to the dygne Mastre Canynge

407 Lady in Bristol

ib.

Entroductionne

ib. The Whore of Babylon

Goddwyn. A Tragedie

423 Elegy on the Death of Mr. John Tandey, Sen. 475

Chorus to Goddwyn, a Tragedie

426 To a friend, on his intended Marriage.

Englysh Metamorphosis. Booke 1st

ib. On Thomas Philips's Death

An excellente Balade of Charitie

427 | The Shepherds. A Fable

ib.

Battle of Hastings

428 Extract from Kew Gardens

477

Glossary

441 Fragment.--Int'rest, thou universal god of men. ib.

Elegy, written at Stanton-Drew

478

Fragment.---Far from the critics and reviews.. ib.

Sly Dick

450 | Elegy on the Death of Mr. Philips

479

A Hymn for Christmas Day

ib. Sunday. A Fragment

480

Narva and Mored. An African Eclogue...... 451 The Revenge. A Burletta

481

The Death of Nicou. An African Eclogue 452

Flegy to the Memory of Mr. Thomas Philips

of Pairford

453

A Bacchaualian.-Bacchus, ever smiling power. 488

February An Elegy

454

The Invitation ....

ib,

Elegy on W. Beckford, Esq.

ib.

A Bacchanalian.- What is war and all its joys. ib.

Elegy.--Haste, haste, ye solemn messengers

The Virgin's Choice

ib.

of night

455

The happy Pair

ib.

To Mr. Holland, the Tragedian
ib. Resignation

ib.

On Mr. Alcock of Bristol. An excellent Mi- Journal 6th, Saturday, Sept. 30, 1769 494

niature Painter

456 Elegy.-Why blooms the radiance of the morn-

On Miss B-sh, of Bristol
ib. ing sky...

496

The Advice, addressed to Miss M-R-, of

Hor. Lib. i. Od. xix................................ 497

Bristol

ib. | Hor. Lib. i. Od. v.

ib.

The Copernican System.

............ 457 To Miss Hoyland

ib.

The Consuliad. An heroic Poem ....... ib. Elegy, on Mr. William Smith

498

Elegy.—Joyless I seek the solitary shade...... 459 Eleonora and Juga. Modernised by S. W. A.

The Prophecy ........

ib. aged sixteen

ib.

......... 471

ib.

.... 476

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers 596 | Upon hearing his Picture was in a Lady's

Breast

611

MISCELLANIES.

To H. H. In the Assembly

612

To the Countess of Eglintoun, with the Gentle Indifference.

Shepherd .....

.... 604 The youngest Grace: a love Elegy. Ad-

To a young Lady with the following Poem ... ib. dressed to a young Lady who had just fin-
Contemplation, or the Triumph of Love 605 ished her fifteenth Year.

ib.

To a young Lady on her Singing ...

609 Love turned to Despair

613

On seeing Lady Mary Montgomery sit to her Doves. A Fragment

614

Picture...

ib. The Episode of the Thistle. Flowers, Book i. ib.

To Lady Mary Montgomery

ib. To a Gentleman going to Travel

616

To a Lady, on her, taking Something ill the The Risone and the Arar

618
Author said .......
ib. The Parody. By Mr. W******.

619

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Epigram on a Lion enraged at seeing a Lad Horace, Book i. Ode v.

635

in tbe Highland Dress

619 Horace, Book i, Ode vii. To the Earl of Stair. ib.

Miss and the Butterfly. A Fable.......... ib Horace, Book i. Ode xi. To Miss Erskine 636

On a Summer-House in my own Garden 620 | Horace, Book i. Ode xxiii. To Miss D. 657
On a Dial in my Garden

ib. Horace, Book i, Ode xxiv. To a young Lady
On a Dog......
ib. on the Death of her Pather......

ib.
Mithridates, Act i. Scene i. After the Man- Horace, Book i. Ode xxxii. To his Lyre ib.

ner of the French dramatic Rlyme of Racine. ib. Horace, Book i. Ode xxxiji. To a Gentle-
Speech of Randolph. A Fragment of Bruce, man in Love

ib.
Book ii.

621 Horace, Book ii. Ode iv. To the Earl Mar-

King Lear's Speech to Edgar. Taking a View sbal of Scotland

638

of Man froin the side of his Miseries 624 Horace, Book ii. Ode xvi. To the Earl of

A Soliloquy. In Imitation of Hamlet
ib. M-t.

ib.

A Soliloquy. Written in June, 1746
ib. Horace, Book iv. Ode i.

639

A serious Thought

625 Part of Epistle xi. of the first Book of Horace, 640

Psalın lxv. Imitated......

ib. Horace, Book i. Epistle xviii.

ib.

ODES.

TRANSLATIONS.

1. To Fancy .....
626 ! Pindar's Olympia, Ode i.

645

II. Begone pursuits so vain and light..... 627 | Pindar's Olympia, Ode ii. ...

645

III. Now Spring begins her smiling round 628 The Parting of Hector and Andromache. From

IV. On the new Year....

ib.

the sixth Iliad of Homer, translated literally. 648

V. On the Battle of Gladsmuir

629 The first Scene of the Philoctetes of Sophocles. 649

The Episode of Lausus and Mazentius. From

SONGS.
the tenth Book of Virgil's Æneis

ib.

Ye shepherds and nymphs that adorn the gay The Corycian Swain

650

plain......
650 | The twentieth Ode of Anacreon....................

ib.

Ah, the shepherd's mournful fate

ib. The twenty-first (de of Anacreon............... ib.

Adieu, ye pleasant sports and plays

ib. The twenty-second Ode of Anacreon... 653

Ye shepherds of this pleasant vale

651

Go, plaintive sounds ! and to the fair

ib.

BPITAPHS.

You ask me, charming fair
ib. On Lord Newbale

ib.

Would'st thou know her sacred charms 632 On Lord Binning..

ib.

By a young Lady, on reading the foregoing ib. On Lord Bargeny

ib.

Reply by Mr. Hamilton .....,
ib On Sir James Suttie

ib.

The young Lady's Auswer .
633 On Mr. Baillie, of Jerviswood

ib.

To a Lady who ridiculed the Author's Loves. ib. On Mr. Basil Hamilton

654

The Braes of Yarrow. To Lady Jane Home. On Mrs. Colquhoun, of Luss

ib.

In Imitation of the ancient Scottish Manner. ib. On Mrs. Keith.....

ib.

The Flower of Yarrow. To Lady Mary Mont- On Mrs. Hepburn

ib.
gomery.....
634 On Mr. Cunningham of Craigends

ib.
On Miss Setun, interred in the Chapel of Seton
IMITATIONS.
House

ib.
To a Swallow. From Anacreon

ib. Could this marble to the world impart.. ib.
To a Dove, from Anacreon........

635 Does great and splendid villany allure

ib.

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