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Potts, on Concussions

320 Of Extravasation
Poetry, select Pieces of ancient 346 Reflections on Memory
Principles of Equity

367 Benevolence considered
R.
APIN's History, Continuation The Substance of the Convention be.
of

487 tween the King of Great Britain,

and the King of Pruffia
Relations of the Millions of Para.
guay

514 Of Magellan, Tucuman, in America
Romain's Sermons

Justification by Works, exploded

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S.
ACKVILLE, the Trial of

394 An abstract
Sea Water, Dissertation on its use

464 Of Hampsteaul Water
Shrubs of Parnaffus

371 Ode on the Approach of Spring
Stebbing's Sermons, 2 Vol.

415 On Oppression
So much the better

468 On the vitiated Taste of the Age
T.
Ragedy, Dissertation on 492 Origin and Nature of

Theatre, the Greek 379 Character of ancient Comedy
Trinitarian Controversy 373 Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity
Transmigrating Soul

416 Of begging in general

T!

W

W.
ARNER's Cafes in Surgery 343 On the Efficacy of Agaric in stopping

Blood

Y.
r Orrick's, alias Stern's, Sermons 2
Vol.

417 Of limiting our Defires

INDE X to the POETRY.

A

A.

to a Son

1075
CROSTIC
478 Alps, a Description of

523
to the Ladies 772 Anthem for the Royal Wedding 710
on Cyderia
821 Appennine Mountains

ib.
, by way of Question and Anigma for the Ladies

82
Answer
ib. Answer to Ditto

131
-, addressed to Miss Smith 836

235
Advertisement

312

addressed co Miss Pierce 299
Advice, the
753 Answered

334
to a Lady lately married 850

361
Ænigma

13 by the Gensleman near War. E Eclogue, paltoral

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478

1021

new one

788

852

Ænigma for the Ladies

360

E.
a

ARTH, its diurnal Motion
rington
384

454
for the Gentlemen

407
modern one

539
answered
408 Elegy on his late Majefty

562
for the Gentlemen answer'd 432 a pastoral one

691
An Ænigma
456 by AB

902
Antwered

Halling

ib.
for the Ladies
611 on the Death of a Lady

977
one general

629 to a young Nobleman, on his
one for the Men

ib. leaving the University
Answer to four
679 Epigram

579
addressed to Mr. G. Hayden Epistle of Horace imitated 1087

695 Epitaph on Richard Nah, Esq; 611
one general

695 Epithalamium on the Marriage of Phi-
for the Ladies

754 -
lander and Daphne

254
another for the Ladies 772 Extempore Opportuno

695
That in p. 695 answered ib.

Opportunisimo

743
Opportuno

771
for the Ladies

Ditto

852
That in April answered 869
by Cetii
949

F.
by Mr. Waller
968

125
1064

Bee, Ant, and Sparrow 578
Ænigmatic Dance

105

the Youth and Philosopher
, Explication of 131

627
Archimedes's Sphere
754 Fancy, a Vision

978
Fairies, in English and French

sco
B.
Fickle Maid

ib,

Fragment, a
BATH, Description of 850 Fragments of Menander

1049
Beauty, Emblem of

**131
Ditto

1061
Friendship, on

692
C.

H.
TALYPSO and her Grotto describ-

APPINESS

932
ed, by Mr. Pope
767

360
Celadon and Celia

947 Homer's Delcription of a City on Fire
Clergy man's Choice of a Wife
917

500
Complaint, a pastoral Elegy 966 Horace, Epode 11. imitated

332
-, Writen in 1758 1076 Hymn to the Creator

332
upon reading the same 1100 Dicto
Compliment on the Word)

to God

692
Contrast

to eternal Providence 818

1010
D.
to Science

1102

for the Ladies, by Mr. Hayden FACILE, Time, Wisdom, and

770

Ced, by Mr. Pope

H Harrigate

Spare

358

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10 God

Dialogue between Lewis XV. and

279

Fame, Britannia, I'lnvitation to a Morning Walk 436

Judgments,

1.
,

187

and Glory

709

L

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S. Pye

M

NILE described

916

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Judgments, national, depressed 820 For the New Year, 1761 597

To a Friend

609
L.
An elegiac one

610
ETTER, the Love-sick,, 868 To Evening

662

For his Majesty's Birth Day 677
of, imperfect

930 Occasioned by the Royal Nup-
the Shortness of

1077
tials

738
against it, from the Greek 1086

On Friendship

739
for it, from ditto 1087 An Anacreontic one on Winter 754

On her Majesty's Birth Day by
M.

785
Arriage, the happy 298 For the New Year, 1762 803

Malquerade, the 948 On his Majesty's Birth Day, as it
May
Morning

677 was performed at Dublin 818
Minerva, preferred to Venus 7 On the Coronation, by the Rev.

Mr. Snowdon of Rotterdam 865
N.

For his Majesty's Birth Day,

931 June 4, 1762, by Mr. Whitehead,
Nunnery, the, an Elegy 866

Poet Laureat

885
On the happy Birth of a young
0.

Prince
DE on the New Year 5

For the New Year, 1763 997
To

55 Sweetness, inscribed to Cleora
27th of the ist Book of Horace 104
15th of the roth Book ib. Part of the Vth, IId Book Horace
To Gratitude

105
31 Lib. 1. of Horace 128 On Spring

1051
27 of Anacreon

ib. For his Majesty's Birth Day 1061
On concluding Cavideis 159 Solymæan I. by Mr, Hudson 1112.
On Peace

159

II. by ditto 1124
On Mathematical Science 207 Vth of the itt Book of Ho.
To Fame
233

1126
For his Majesty's Birth Day, by
Mr. Whitehead
On ditto, by Anonymous

from

540
For the New Year, 1760 309
On the Creation
310

851
Id. Book, 111d, modernized 333 Paraphrased, 1 Sam. Chap 18. 429
IIId, in Lib II.

717
ib.

103

740
On the Birth Day of the Prince

III. of Habukkuk 804
of W'ales by Mr. Lockman 429

805
On the Month of August

476

Canticles Canto V.
To Maxilla

499 Pasquinade at Madrid, translated 1076
On the Marquiss of Granby ''ib Paul's, St. Conversion

IIOI
On the Death of his moft Peace, a Cantata

1101
sacred Majesty Geo. II. by Cinthio Portrait of John, Earl of Granville
538

1000
Latin Inscription
ib. Poem, on January

5
Direction, addresled to Julienta Natural Philosophy

7
540
Indian Philosopher

186 :
On

1022

-

race

233

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406

Psalm 145

-34 in Lib. I.

Psalm 103

834

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On Night

Poem on February
March

UAKER (the Country)
April

79
Winter Eve

80

R.
May

100

Ainbow described
Benevolence

Redbreaft, (the) a Simile
June

126 Reflections on the Absence of Da;

157
August

184 Resolution (the)
September

205 Retirement, pleasure of
O&tober

231

Ditto by Mr. S. Pje
The Virgin

298

Rural Meditation
Quebec

310
The vernal Eve
333

S.
On the King of Prufia's Suc Candal, Temple of
ceffes

523 Skull, the Lady's
On Winter

804 The Gentleman's

865 Solitude
- On Philosophy 1086 Selymean, Ode I. by Mr. Hudfone
Prologue to the Siege of Aquileia 384

- II. by ditto
Epilogue to ditto ib. Song, Britannia's Call
To Henry V.

563 To Celia
A musical, Dec. 16, 1760, 577

New
To the Earl of Elex 599

Set to Music by Mr. Bag
Epilogue to ditto

599 On taking Montreal, by I
To the Jealous Wife

628
Epilogue to ditto

ib.

New one set to Music
To the Register Office 664

New one fet to Music
At the Theatre at Tenderden 678

By Mr. Garrick
Epilogue ditto

ib.

A new one set to Music
Prologue to all in the wrong,

Inscribed to Miss B-
Epilogue to ditto ib.

Cupid disarmed
To the Tragedy of Hecuba 770

Thrush and Blackbird
Epilogue to ditto

771

On Beauty
To the Drummer

819 Spring and Autumn
To the Eunuch of Terence 820

A Pastoral
To the Students

868

An Ode
Epilogue to ditto ib. Story of Vertumnus and Pomo
To Elvira

999

Of Gyges
Epilogue to dicto ib. Strephon's Complaint
To the Discovery
Epilogue
ib.

T.
To Pbilafter

1113

*Aylor (a) on a Tavern
To the Englishman at Paris, Tea Pot, or Ladies
and Epilogue to ditto II14

mation
To The Duce is in him 1126 Thames, the Speech of
Prospea (the)

626 Travellers at Frome, or the
Psalm 83 Paraphrased

206
68 ditto

382 Erses on Major Smith

on Cape

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296

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82

on the Death of Mr. Handel

on changing the Name of the

Caroline Yacht to Charlotte
on the Death of a Canary Bird

709
103

to his sacred Majesty, on his
on the British Acquisitions

Accession

737
234

on Mr. Pitt's Resignation 738
said to be fuck up at Versailles ditto, by T. A.

ib.
ib

on a very good Woman 754
to the Hon. Gen, Townshend,

written on a Bench in a Gar-
by Lockman

299
den

835
on the Day of Judgment 356 on the Catterpillar 849
on the Warrington Library 381 translated by Mr. H. Fielding
on the two national Subscrip-

852
tions

407

inscribed to Miss Ann S
on Innocence

455
on an eternal Scold

459

in a Garden, by W. Mason 998
on the decease of his late Ma-

to a Lady, by Mr. Tooke 1000
jefty

562

to the Rev. Mr. Young 1064
addressed to Miss G-563 Vifion (the) a Cantata, on the King's
upon Miss Samoor's Birth Day intended Marriage

564 on the Royal Nuptials, and
upon the demise of the late

- Prospect of a Peace - 74!
King

597 , or House of Superftition 886
on the Death of a young Lady
inscribed to Miss Sp 610
designed for Miss S- WEdding-day (the)
the Valley 645

William and Margaret, a Bal-
on the present military Prepa. 'lad
rations
646 With (the)

692
inscribed to the Right Hon. Wisdom, Emblem of 131
Ar bur Onslor

662

866

706

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