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L P I L OG U E
WRITTEN BY SIR SAMUEL GARTH.
THAT odd fantastic things we women do!
But die a maid, yet have the choice of two !
Blame not our conduct, fince we but pursue
What pains to get the gaudy thing you hate,
eyes shall utter what the lips conceal :
C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S
A D D IS ON’S
PO E M S.
Page 3 Poem to Mr. Dryden,
5 A Poem to his Majesty—presented to the Right Hon.
Sir John Somers, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, 1695.
7 To the King
9 Translation of all Virgil's Fourth Georgic, except the Story of Aristæus
17 Song for St. Cecilia's Day, at Oxford Account of the greatest English Poets. To Mr. Henry Sacheverell
34 Letter from Italy, to the Right Hon. Charles Lord Halifax, 1701
40 Milton's Style imitated, in a Translation of a Story out of the Third Æneid
46 The Campaign, a Poem, to his Grace the Duke of Marlborough
51 Cowley's Epitaph on himself
The Vesta!, from Ovid de Faftis, Lib. III. El. 1.
The Story of Aglauros, transformed into a
The Transformation of Echo
Notes on the foregoing Stories in Ovid's Mee
On the Stories in the Third Book
E fay cn Virgil's Georgies