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THE Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson

ib.

ib.

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3 To my Friend Dr. Garth. In his Sickness ... 18

Preface

9 To my dear Kinsman, Charles Lon Lans-

To the Earl of Peterborough, on his happy downe, upon the Bombardment of the Town

Accomplishment of the Marriage between of Granville, in Norinandy, by the English

his royal Highness and the Princess Mary

Fleet.....

it.

D'Este, of Modena

11 | Lady Hyde, sitting Sir Godfrey Kneller's

Spoken by the Author, being then not twelve

for her Picture

ib.
Years of Age, to her royal Highness the To Mrs. Granville, of Wotton in Buckingham-
Dutchess of York, at Trinity College in shire; afierwards Lady Conway

ib.

Cambridge

19 To Mrs. Afra Bebu.......

ib.

To the king, in the first Year of his Majesty's The Desertion......

19

Reign

ib. Song.--I'll te'l her the next time, said I

ib,

To the King

ib. In Praise of Myra

ib.

To the king

ib. Song To Myra

ib.

To the dutbor, on his foregoing Verses to the Myra singing

ib.

king. By Mr. Edmund Waller

ib. Myra. At a Review of the Guards in Hyde-

Anserer. To Mr. Waller

Park

20

To the immortal Memory of Mr. Edmund To Mura

ib.

Waller, upon bis Death

13 The Progress of Beauty

To Myra. Loving at first Sight

ib To the Countess of Newbourg, insisting carnestly

To Myra ....

ib. to be told who I meant by Myra

Soog. To Myra.......

ib. To Myra

23

An Imitation of the second Chorus in the se- To Myra

cond Act of Seneca's Thyestes

ib. To Myra

A loyal Exhortation. Written in the Year Song to Myra

ib.

1688....

14 To Myra.

ib.

Verses sent to the Author, in his Retirement. Song to Myra

Written by Mrs. Elizabeth Higgons

ib.

To Myra

24

Occasioned by the foregoing Verses. Writen Phyllis drinking

ib.

in the Year 1690

ib. To Myra

Song.-Love is by Fancy led about

15 The Enchantment. In Imitation of Theocrilus. ib.

Beauty and Law. A poetical Pleading ib. / The Vision

26

Lady Hyde

17 Adieu L'Amour

ib.

Lady Hyde having the Sinall-Pox, soon after

Lase.....

27

the Recovery of Mrs. Mohun.....
ib. Meditation on Deatlı

ib.

The Dutchess of unseasonably surprised Esray upon ummatural Flights in Poetry

in the Embraces of her Lord.

ib. Explanatory Annotations on the forgoing Pocm. 28

To Flavia. Written on her Garden in the

North

ib. Epigrams and Characters, &c.

To the same: her Gardens having escaped a Inscription for a Figure representing the God
Flood that had laid all the Country round of Lore.......

ib.
under Water

ib. Definition of Lore

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Women

30 Under the Lady Mary Villier's Name

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The Relief

ib. Cupid disarmed. To the Princess D'Auvergne. ib

Sent to Clarinda with a Novel, entitled, Les Explication in French

ib.

Malheurs de l'Amour......

ib. Bacchus disarmed.' To Mrs. Laura Dillon,

Written in her Prayer-Book

ib. now Lady Falkland

ib.

Song to the same.-In vain a thousand slaves Thyrsis and Delia. Song in Dialogue.

ib.

have try'd

ib. A Latin Inscription on a Medal for Lewis XIV.

On the same

ib. of France....

ib.

Her Name

ib. Englished, and applied to Queen Anne. ib.

Urganda's Prophecy. Spoken by Way of

Cleora

ib. Epilogue to the British Enchanters

35

Cloe

31 Prologue to the British Enchanters

ib.

Mrs. Clavering, singing

ib. Another Epilogue, designed for the same..... ib.

Song.—The happiest mortals once were we... ib. Prologue to Mr. Bevil Higgon's excellent Tra-

The wild Boar's Defence

ib. gedy, called the Generous Conqueror ib.

For Liberality

ib. Epilogue to the Jew of Venice

36

Corinna

ib. Prologue to the She-Gallants ; or once a

Cloe

32 Lover, and always a Lover

ib.

A Receipt for Vapours

ib. Ode on the present Corruption of Mankind ... ib.

On an ill-favoured Lord..

ib. Fortune. Epigram...

37

ib. Character of Mr. Wycherley

ib.

On the same

ib. Verses written in a Leaf of the Author's Poems,

Corinna

ib. presented to the Queen

ib.

Cloe perfuming herself

ib. Written in a Leaf of the same Poems, pre-

Belinda

ib. sented to the Princess Royal ......

ib.

Impromptu written under a Picture of the Written on a Window in the Tower, where Sir
Countess of Sandwich, drawn in man's Habit. 33 Robert Walpole had been confined

ib.
To my Friend Mr. John Dryden, on his several Peleus and Thetis. A Masque, set to Music.. ib.
excellent Translations of the ancient Poets. ib. Preface to the British Enchanters.......

40

Drinking Song to Sleep

ib. The British Enchanters; or, no Magic like

Written upon a drinking Glass under Mrs. Love, a dramatic Poem

42

Hare's Name

ib. Epilogue, by the right honourable Joseph Ad-

Under the Dutchess of Bolton's

ib. dison, Esq.

56

Under the Lady Harper's

ib.

.....

Cloe ...........

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson

59 | On the reprinting Milton's prose Works with

Against immoderate Grief

63 his Poems

Hymn to the Morning. In Praise of Light ... ib. To Sir Humphry Mackworth: on the Mines,

Hymn to Darkness ..

64 late of Sir Carberry Price ..

ib.

Human Life. Supposed to be spoken by an Ovid's Art of Love, Book the Second

Epicure

65 An Essay on the Character of Sir W. Aston... 82

Against Enjoyment....

66 To the Memory of a fair young Lady, 1697... 85

The Curse of Babylon. Isaialı, Chap. xiii. pa- To Myra. Written in her Cleopatra

raphrased

ib. | Advice to a Lover

ic.

To Mr. Congreve: an epistolary Ode, occa- On the Conquest of Namur. A Pindaric Ode. ib.
sioned by the Old Bachelor

67
The Insect against Bulk.........

68 ASOP AT COURT; OR, SELECT FABLES, 1702.

To his Friend Captain Chamberlain, in love Fable I. The River and the Fountains

87

with a Lady be had taken in an Algerine

11. The Lion's Treaty of Partition

88

Prize at Sea...

ib. III. The blind Woman and her Doctors.. ib.

To Mr. Watson, on his Ephemeris of the Ce-

IV. The Satyr's Address

89

lestial Motions, presented to her Majesty.., 69 V. The Farmer and his Dog.

ib.

The Rape of Theutilla. Imitated from the

VI, The Fox and Bramble...

ib.

Latin of Famianus Strada

ib

VII. The Fox and Weazle

90

An Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, 1693

71 VIII. An Owl and the Sun

ib.

The Force of Jealousy. To a Lady asking if

IX. The Sea and the Banks

ib.

ber Sex was as sensible of that Passion as

X. The Nightingale and Cuckow'. 91

Man

ib. XI. The Sun and the Wind

ib.

To his perjured Mistress

XII. The Boar and Forest

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Imitation of Horace. Book i. Ode xxii......

XIII. The Fox and Flies

ib.

Patroclus's Request to Achilles for his Arms.

XIV. The Bear and Mountebank

ib.

Imitated from the Beginning of the six-

XV. The Peacock proclaimed king 9

teenth Iliad of Homer....

ib. XVI. A Laconic condemned..

ib

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To the same; on his Tragedy of Cato......... ib. The first Book of the Iliad.....

ib.
The Royal Progress

ib. To the Earl of Warwick, on the Death of Mr.

An Imitation of the Prophecy of Nereus. From Addison

122

Horace, Book ïi. Ode xv.
108 Colin and Lucy. A Ballad

ib.

An Epistle from a Lady in England to a Gen- To Mr. Godfrey Kneller, at his country Seat. 123

tleman at Avignon ....

ib. On the Death of the Earl of Cadogan

ib.

An Ode, occasioned by his Excellency the Earl An Ode inscribed to the Earl of Sunderland at

of Stanhope's Voyage to France, 1718...... 110 Windsor

124

Prologue to the University of Oxford, 1713... ib. Kensington Garden.....

ib.

Thoughts occasioned by the Sight of an origi- To a Lady before Marriage

128

nal Picture of King Charles I. taken at the A Poem in Praise of the Horn-Book

129

Time of his Trial

111 | Theristes; or, the Lordling, the Grandson of

A Fragment of a Poem on Hunting

ib. a Bricklayer, great Grandson of a Butcher. 130

To Apollo making Lore. From Monsieur Fon- Oxford : a Poem...

ib.
tenelle

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The Author's Life, by Dr. Jobnson .............. 149 | Hudibras and Milton reconciled. To Sir Adol-

Preface to the Chase

151 phus Oughton.

203

To William Somervile, Esq. on his Poem called Upon Miranda's leaving the Country

ib.

the Chase.......

154 To Phyllis

ib,

To the Author of the Chase

ib. To the right honourable the Earl of Halifax,

The Chase. Book I.

155 with the Fable of the two Springs

2014

II

158 A Song for the Lute

ib.

IU.

162

The Coquet.

ib.

IV.

166 | The superannuated Lover

ib.

Advice to the Ladies

205

Hobbinol, or the Rural Games. A Burlesque

Anacreontic. To Cloe drinking

ib.

Poem. Inscribed to Mr. Hogarth

171
To a discarded Toast.

ib.

Preface......

172

The perjured Mistress. From Horace, Epod.

Canto 1.

174

xv. ad Neæram

ib.

II.

176

To a young Lady, who spent the Night in

III.

180

Tears, upon a Report that her Brother was

Field Sports. Addressed to his royal High-

to fight a Duel next Morning

ib.
ness the Prince.

To Dr. M— reading Matbeinatics

206

Advertisement.

184 From Martial, Epig. xlvii.......

ib.

To a Gentleman, who married his last Mis-

tress. From Horace, Book iji. Ode ix...... ib.

OCCASIONAL POEMS, TRANSLATIONS, FABLES, AND

A dainty new Ballad, occasioned by a Clergy-

man's Widow of seventy Years of age being

To William Somervile, Esq. on reading seve-

married to a young Exciseman .....

ib.

207

Canidia's Epithalamium. Upon the same

ral of his excellent Poeins, by Allan Ram-

sey

ib.

187 Hunting Song

205

An Ode, humbly inscribed to the Duke of

A Translation of Horace, Ep. x

Marlborough upon his Removal from all The Miser's Speech. From Horace, Epod. ii. ib.

his Places.....

188

Fable I. The captive Trumpeter

209

Ode, occasioned by the Duke of Marlborough's

II. The bald-pated Welshman and the

189

embarking for Ostend. An. 1712.........

210

Fly

To Mr. Addison, occasioned by his purchasing

III. The Ant and the Fly

an Estate in Warwickshire

190

IV. The Wolf, the Pox, and the Ape 211

An Imitation of Horace, Book iv. Ode ix 192

V. The Dog and the Bear...

To Dr. Mackenzie

193

VI. The wounded Man and the Swarm of

The Wife..

194

Flies

ib.

ib.
VII. The Wolf and the Dog

ib.
In Memory of the Rev. Mr. Mvore

il.

Epitaph upon Hugh Lumber, Husbandman

VIU. The Ouster

212

ib.

The Hip. To William Colmore, Esq. The

IX. The Sheep and the Bush

Day after the great Meteor, in March, 1715. ib.

X. The Frog's Choice

ib.

To a Lady, who made me a Present of a sil-

XI. Liberty and Love; or, the two Spar-

215

ver Pen

| XII. The two Springs

Presenting to a Lady a white Rose and a Red,

214
on the tenth of June

ib.

XII. The bald Batchelor: being a Para-

The Bowling-Green....

ib.

phrase upon the second Fable in

The Lamertation of David over Saul and Jo-

the second Book of Phadrus 215

nathan

197

XIV. The Fortune-Hunter

217

To a young Lady, with the Iliad of Homer The Devil outwitted. A Tale ...

225

translated
198 The officious Messenger. A Tale ....

ib.
An Epistle to Allan Ramsey
ib. / The inquisitive Bridegrooin. A Tale

907
Answer to the above Epistle. By Allan Ram- Bacchus triumphant. A Tale

228
sey

199 'l he Night-Walker reclaimed. A Tale 029

To Allan Ramsey, upon his publishing a se- The happy Disappointment. A Tale

232

cond Volume of Poems

200 A Padlock for the Mouth

233

To the Author of the Essay on Man..
201 The wise Builder. A Tale......

ib.

Epistle to Mr. Thomson, on the first Edition The true Use of the Looking-Glass. A Tale.. 234

of his Seasons

ib. Mahomet Ali Deg; or, the faithful Minister

To the right honourable Lady Anne Coventry.

of State

ib.

Upon viewing her fine Chimney-Piece of The sweet-scented Miser

257

Shell-work

ib. | The incurious Bencher

238

Arldress to his elbow Chair, new clothed 20? | The busy Indolent. A Tale

ib.

Song.-As o'er Asteria's fields I rove

ib. The Yeoman of Kent. A Tale..

259

Paraphrase upon a French Song

ib. The happy Lunatic. To Doctor Ni-, a Tale. 240

ib.

195

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