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CONTENTS.

PoEMs of MALLET.

To the Duke of Marlborough.....................
Truth in Rhyme.............................. -
To the Author of the preceding Poem .........
The Discovery: upon reading some Verses,
written by a young Lady at a Boardiug-
school, September, 1760 ....................
Verses, written for, and given in Print to, a
Beggar........ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
The Reward: or, Apollo's Acknowledgments
to Charles Stanhope .... ........ ........ -----
Tyburn: to the Marine Society -
Zephir ; or, the Stratagem ..
Edwin and Emma
Extract of a Letter from the Curate of Bowes
in Yorkshire, on the Subject of the preced-
ing Poem............. “.................... - - - - - - -
On the Death of Lady Anson. Addressed to
her Father, 1761...................

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To: Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson ..... ... 3

Dedication ......... - - 7

Of Verbal Criticism ........ ................. 9

Verses presented to the Prince of Orange on

his visiting Oxford, in the Year 1734 ..... . 11

Verses occasioned by Dr. Frazer's rebuilding

Part of the University of Aberdeen ....... ... 12

Prologue to the Siege of Damascus ............ ib.

Epilogue to the Brothers, a Tragedy, by Dr.
Young ............ ......... - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - ib.

Prologue to Mr. Thomson's Agamemnon...... 13

Impromptu, on a Lady, who had passed some

Time in playing with a very young Child... ib.

Epigram, on seeing two Persons pass by in

very different Equipages ..................... ib.

Epigram on a certain Lord's Passion for a
Singer ... .......... .............................. ib.

A Simile in Prior, applied to the same Person. ib.

On an amorous old Man .... .................. 14

On I. H. Esq. ................. ib.

A Fragment.............. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ... ib.

Cupid and Hymen; or, the Wedding-Day ... ib.

Epigram. Written at Tunbridge Wells, 1760. 16

An Ode in the Masque of Alfred ... ........... ib.
The Excursion: a Poem, in two Cantos.
Canto 1. ............... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ib.
II. .......................................... 21

Amyntor and Theodora : or, the Hermit. In

three Cantos.

Preface ....................................... 24

Canto I. ... 25

II. ... 28

III. ........................................ 3]

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson.......... ..... 53

The Pleasures of Imagination, as first published.

Advertisement................... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 57

The Design .... 59

Book I. .... 60

II. . 65

III. . 71

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The Discovery: upon reading some Verses,

written by a young Lady at a Boarding-

school, September, 1760 ....................

Verses, written for, and given in Print to, a
Beggar........ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

The Reward: or, Apollo's Acknowledgments

to Charles Stanhope .... ........ .............

Tyburn: to the Marine Society

Zephir ; or, the Stratagem -

Edwin and Emma ................... - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Extract of a Letter from the Curate of Bowes
in Yorkshire, on the Subject of the preced.
ing Poem............. “.......................... -

On the Death of Lady Anson. Addressed to

her Father, 1761...

A funeral Hymn ...... --

To Mira. From the Country ..................

A Winter's Day. Written in a State of Me-
lancholy ................................ - - - - - - - - - -

Prologue to the Masque of Britannia .....

Inscription for a Picture

Song. To a Scotch Tune—Mary Scot

To Mr. Thomson, on his publishing the second

Edition of his Poem, called Winter .........

William and Margaret ............. * - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Epitaph, on Mr. Aikman, and his only Son,
who were both interred in the same Grave.

Epitaph on a young Lady ..... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Song. To a Scotch Tune—the Birks of En-

dermay -

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opes ON SEVERAL SUBJECTs, IN TWO BOOKS. VI. To William Hall, Esquire, with the

Works of Chaulieu ..................... 113

Book i. VII. To the right reverend Benjamin Lord

Pogo Bishop of Winchester .................. 114

I. Preface .................. ................. 37 VIII 115

II. No. I. For the Winter Solstice........ ib. . ...;..;..... • *.

II. On the Winter Solstice 98 IX. At Study ..................................... ib.

• *. - “. ......... X. To Thomas Edwards, Esquire, on the

III. To a Friend, unsuccessful in Love ... 99 late Editi M 2's W il

IV. Affected Indifference. To the same . ib. - ate Edition of Mr. Pope's works ... ib.

v. Against Suspicion 99 XI. To the country Gentlemen of England. 116

. Against Suspicion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . “ . . . XII. On recovering from a Fit of Sickness, in

VI. Hymn to Cheerfulness .. ... 100 - -

VII. On the Use of Poet 101 the Country ............................. 117

VII. Qn the Usory “ “ '''' | XIII. To the Author of Memoirs of the House

VIII. On leaving Holland ... ... ib. f Brandenburgh 118

IX. To Curio .......... ... 102 . ...of Brandenburgh ........................ -

X. To the Muse .... ... 104 XIV. The Complaint..........::::::::::::: ... ib.

XI. On Love. To a Friend............. .... ib XV. On domestic Manners. [Unfinished.]... 119

XII. To Sir Francis Henry Drake, Bart.... ib. Notes on the two Books of Odes ........ ... ib.

XIII. On Lyric Poetry ............... ........ 105 | Hymn to the Naiads ............... 121

XIV. To the hon. Charles Townshend. From Notes on the Hymn to the Naiads. 123

the Country.............................. 106

XV. To the Evening Star ........ ... 107 inscripTIONs.

XVI. To Caleb Hardinge, M. D. . ... ib. I. For a Grotto ................................. 126

XVII. On a Sermon against Glory...........; 108 || II. For a statue of Chaucer at Woodstock. ib.

XVIII. To the right honourable Francis Earl III. Whoe'er thou art, whose path in sum-

of Huntingdom............ --------------- ib. mer lies.................................... ib.

IV. O youths and virgins: O declining eld. ib.

Boox il. V. Gulielmus III.. .............. ---------------- ib.

I. Remonstrance of Shakspeare, supposed VI. For a Column at Runnymed ... ib.

to have been spoken at the Theatre- VII. The Wood-Nymph ........................ 127

Royal, while the French Comedians VIII. Ye powers unseen, to whom the bands .

were acting by Subscription.......... ... 110 of Greece ........................... ib.

II. To Sleep ....................... ... iij | IX. Me though in life's sequestered vale ... ib.

III. To the Cuckow .............................. ib. An Epistle to Curio...................... ----------- ib.

IV. To the hon. Charles Townshend. In the Love. An Elegy .. ... 13()

Country........ .................... ....... 112 || A British Philippic ... 1.31

V. On Love of Praise......... Hymn to Science........... - . 132

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POEMIS OF GRAY.

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The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson .......... ... 107 || The Fatal Sisters. An Ode ..... - - - - - - - - - ------ 15.2

Ode on the Spring ................................. 145 || The Descent of Odin ........................ ..... 153

Ode on the Death of a favourite Cat, drowned The Triumphs of Owen. A Fragment..... ... 154

in a Tub of gold Fishes .... - Epitaph at Beckenham, on Mrs. Clarke ...... 13J

Ode on a distant Prospect of Eton College ... Stanzas suggested by a View of the Seat and

Hymn to Adversity.................... -------- ..... 147 Ruins at Kingsgate, in Kent 1766............ ib.

Elegy written in a country Church-Yard...... ib. Ode for Music............... .......... ... ib.

The Progress of Poesy. A Pindaric Ode...... A long Story ............. ------------------- ------- 136

The Bard. A Pindaric Ode ............. --------

O POEMS OF LYTTELTON.

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson ............ 161 | Blenheim. Written at the University of Oxford,

The Progress of Love. In four Eclogues. in the Year 1727................................. 171

I. Uncertainty. To Mr. Pope ............ 167 || To the reverend Dr. Ayscough, at Oxford.

II. Hope. To Mr. Doddington .. ... 168 Written from Paris in the Year 1728 ...... 17.2

III. Jealousy. To Mr. Edward Walpole... 169 To Mr. Poyntz, Ambassador at the Congress of

IV. Possession. To Lord Cobham ......... ib. Soissons, in 1728. Written at Paris......... 173

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