The Works of Thomas Gray: Containing His Poems, and Correspondence with Several Eminent Literary Characters ; to which are Added Memoirs of His Life and Writings

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Rivington, 1821 - 545 pàgines
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On the Spring page
1
Sonnet on the Death of Mr West
42
To Mr Palgrave Desiring him
46
Additional Poems not in Mr Musons Edition
53
Impromptu suggested by a View of the Seat
59
Upon his Odes by David Garrick Esq
65
Ode on the Backwardness of Spring page
66
Lines to the Memory of Mr Gray by Mr Mason
74
Prefatory narrative Mr Gray takes his degree
252
To Dr Wharton Ridicule on Uni
259
poetical compositions 263 Letter 5 To Mr Walpole Criticisms on
266
To Dr Wharton More on M Gresset
272
Letter 21
287
To Dr Wharton Wishes to be able
293
To Dr Wharton On the ill reception
305
To Mr Walpole Concerning the
309

Stanzas on the same Occasion kv a Lady
81
Epitaph on his Monument in Westminster Abbey
88
From Mr West Complains of his friends silence
96
To Mr West On the little encourage
102
From Mr West Answer to the former
104
Letter 1 To Mr West A Latin epistle in
117
Connecting Narrative Mr Gray goes abroad with
129
To Mr West Palace of Versailles
136
To his Father Face of the country
142
To his Father Geneva Advantage
149
To his Mother Journey over
151
To Mr West Genoa Music
157
To Mr West Journey from Genoa
164
To his Mother Illumination of
170
To his Father Departure from Rome
183
To his Mother Excursion to Bologna
191
To his Father Uncertainty of
197
ment page
198
SECTION III
206
The plan dramatis personæ and all the speeches
211
From Mr West Criticism on
221
Letter 5 From Mr West Answer to the former
227
To Mr West Criticises his Ode
233
Account of Mr Wests death Of Mr Grays
240
To Dr Wharton On Strawberry
315
To Dr Wharton of his own indo
328
To Mr Hurd On the ill reception
334
To Dr Wharton Account of his pre
344
To Dr Wharton On the death of
353
To Mr MasonSome remarks on
357
To Mr Stonhewer On the latter
363
To Dr Wharton Loss by fire of
369
To Dr Wharton On his employ
371
To Dr Wharton Description
377
Tó Mr Palgrave What he particu
391
To Dr Wharton Description of
397
To Mr Beattie Apology for not
405
To Mr Mason On his wifes
411
To Mr Beattie More concerning
424
Enumeration of such other literary pursuits of
428
To Mr Beattie His reason for writing
435
To the Duke of Grafton Thanking
446
To Dr Wharton A journal of his tour
457
To Dr Wharton Description of Kirk
464
To Mr How On receiving three
471
The manner in which the count rectified his
473
To Mr Nicholls Character of Frois
479

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