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By John Duncumbe, A.
By Hr. Harrison,
ODES OF THE NINTH CLASS.
o St. Cecilia's Day. By
Dhomas Bishop, M.1.
11. To the same.
By John Old
Tii. To the sa.ne. By Thomas
IV. To the same. By Nicholas
V. To the same. By Theophilus
VI. To the same. By Thomas
Yalden, D.D. 1623
Tr. To the same. By Theophilus
VIII. For the same. As altered
by Mr. Pope.
IX on the same. By Christo-
pher Smart, M.A.
X. Uthe same. Adapted to
the ancient British Music, as it was
performed June 12, 1763, at R2
nelagh. By Bonnel Thornton, Esq. 38
Xi. On the Death of a Young
Gentieman eminent for his skill in
xil. For Music. By Sir James
XT. The Cure of Saul. Com
posed for Music by John Brown,
XIV. On Praise of Music. Com.
posed by Mr. Charles King, for
the Degree of Bachelor of Music ;
performed at the Theatre in Ox
ford on Friday, July 11, 1707.
Probably written by Edmund Smith,
XV. Arion. By Sir James Mar-
XVI. On antient and modern
Music. By George Ellis, Esq. 69
XVII. The Trophy: in Six Can.
tatas. To the Honor of his R. H.
CLASS THE TENTH.
1. To the Creator. From Eupolis.
By F. Fawkes, M.A
Cleanthes. By Sam. Bowden, M.D. 147
111. From the same address of
Cleanthes. By Gilbert West, Esq: 15
IV. Tu Virtue, From Aristotle's
Paean. By Thomas Neville, M.A. 153
V. Frum Aristotle's Paean to
Virtue. By the Rev. R. Shepherd,
VI. To the Muse. From Diony.
sius. By the Rev. James Merrick,
VII, To Apollo. By the same. 159
VIll. To Nemesis. By the same. 161
Notes on Odes of the Ninth Class. 103
Notes on Odes of the Tenth Class. 175