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The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson.............. 211 To Mr. Waller, upon the Copy of Verses made

The Review ........................................... 213 by himself on the last Copy in his Book ...

Ovid, Book i. Elegy v ............................... 215 Song.--After the fiercest pangs of hot desire... ib.

Horace, Book ii. Ode iv. ... ...................... ib. Song.-Through mournful shades, and solitary

Horace, Book ii. Ode viji ........................ 216

216 groves ..............................................

Horace and Lydia Book iii. Ode ix. .......... ib. Song.–See what a conquest love has made ...

The Cyclops. Theocritus, Idyll. xi. Inscribed To Mr. Henry Dickenson, on his Translation

to Dr. Short ................

of Simon's Critical History of the Old Tes-

To Celia ...................

........... 217

tament ...............

Spoken to the Queen, in Trinity College New To Mr. Dryden, on his Troilus and Cressida,

Court ..............

........... 218

1 1679.........

Floriana, a Pastoral, upon the Death of her Paris to Helen. Translated froin Ovid's Epis-

Grace Mary Dutchess of Southampton, 1680 ib. tles ............

To the unknown Author of Absalom and Achi The Epistle of Acontius to Cydippe. Translated

tophel ......................................

from Ovid .................

228

Epithalamjom upon the Marriage of Captain Juvenal, Sat. iv. ........................ ........... 250

William Bedloe ...........

............. ib. Damon and Alexis ........

233

On the Marriage of George Prince of Dey Cælia and Dorinda ...............................

mark and the Lady Anne ... ........... 220 Cælia's Soliloquy .............

ib.

On the Death of King Charles the Second, and To some disbanded Officers, upon the late Vote

the Inauguration of King James tbe Second 221 I of the House of Coinmons ............

Prologue to N. Lee's Lucius Junius Brutus .... 222 | To a Roman Catholic upun Marriage .......... ib.

To the People of England. A Detestation of Fragment. —And yet he fears to use them and

Civil War, from Horace, Epod. vji. .......... ib. be free ............

............

ib,

To Mr. Creech, on bis Translation of Lucretius ib. | An Epistle to Mr. Otway ......................... 234

Virgil's fifth Eclogue ......... ............. 225 | Ad Thomam Otway............. ..................

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THE FURMETARY : A VERY INNOCENT AND HARMLESS

297
The Skillet

POEM, IN THREE CANTOS.

The Fisherman ..

ib

Preface......

A Case of Conscience

281

The Constable :

Little Mouths

II. ...........

Hold fast below
III. ................

The Beggar Woman

Mully of Mountown.............

283

The Vestry ............

Orpheus and Euridice.........

284

The Monarch .........

Rufinus; or, the Favourite. (mitated from Just as you please; or, the Incurious.

Claudian ..........

Of Dreams ......

The Eagle and the Robin, an Apologue. Trans-

The Art of making Puddings.............. ib.
lated from the Original of Esop ............... 289 | Upon a Giant's Angling ............
Robin Red-breast, with the Beasts, an old

Advice to Horace, to take his leave of Trinity

Cat's Prophecy ................................. 292

College, Cambridge.............

Britain s Palladium; or, Lord Bolingbroke's

Indian Ode ...............

Welcome from France........................... 293

Epigram.--Who could believe that a fine

To the Duke of Beaufort. A Paraphrase on

needle's smart ......

Naudæus's Address to Cardinal de Bagni ... 295 | Epigram.--Sam Wills had view'd Kate Bets, a

smiling lass ........

To Mr. Carter, Steward to the Lord Carteret. 303

MISCELLANY POEMS.

Nero. A Satire ....................................

Song.--You say you love ; repeat again ...... ib. Ad Amicum .............

Song.--To Cælia ......................................

| Attempted in English ...............................

The last Billet ............

ib. Ulysses and Tiresias

To Laura. In Imitation of Petrarch ........... · ib. Translation from Tasso, Canto iji. St. 3. ......
To the right hon, the late Earl of — , upon From Hesiod.............

........
his disputing publicly at Christ Church, Thame and Isis .................................

Oxford ............................................. I waked, speaking these out of a Dream in the

A Gentleman to his Wife........................... 296 Morning ...........

The mad Lover .................................... ib. The stumbling Block. From Claudian's Ru-

The Soldier's Wedding. A Soliloquy by Nan finus ........

Thrasherwell. Being Part of a Play, called The Garden Plot, 1709 .................. .......... 305

The new Troop ..................................

............ ib. Epistle to Mr. Goddard ; written by Dr. King,

The old Cheese ..

...... ib. l in the Character of the Review .................

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

345 Deborah .........

377

To the right hon. Robert, Earl of Oxford and Hannah ....

380

Earl Mortimer. By Pope ...................

David.

381

Hesiod : or, the Rise of Woman............

Solomon

390

Song:-When thy beauty appears..............

Jonah

396

Song.-Thyris, a young and amorous swain.

Hezekiah

397

Song.-Love and Innocence ................

Habakkuk.

399

Anacreontic ........................................... 3.

Hymn for Morning .....................

401

Anacreontic ............

Hymn for Noon

A Fairy Tale, in the ancient English Style ... 353 | Hymn for Evening .........
The Vigil of Venus. Written in the Time of The Soul in Sorrow .......

Julius Cæsar, and by some ascribed to Ca The Happy Man

tullus .........................

............ 354 | The Way to Happiness .............................

The Convert's Love...................................

HOMER'S BATRACHOMUOMACHIA: OR, THE BATTLE OF

A Desire to Praise ...

THE FROGS AND MICE. IN THREE BOOKS.

On Happiness in this Life ...........................

: Book I. .........
356 Ecstasy

ib.
II.

357 On divine Love; by meditating on the Wounds

III.

355 of Christ..

:: ........................................

......... 405

On Queen Anne's Peace. (Written in December
To Mr. Pope.

360 1712)

......... ib.

A Translation of Part of the first Canto of the To Dr. Swift, on his Birth-day, November 30,

Rape of the Lock, into Leonine Verse, after

1 1713 ...

........ 408

the Manner of the ancient Monks............. ib. On Bishop Burnet's being set on Fire in his

Health. An Eclogue ................................

Closet .........

The Fljes. An Eclogue .............................

Elysium ...........

An Elegy to an old Beauty.....................

The Judgment of Paris ...........

The Book-worm .................................

On Mrs. Arabella Fermor leaving London......

An Allegory on Man .......

Riddle.-Upon a bed of humble clay .........
An Imitation of some French Verses......... On the Death of Mr. Viner ...........
A Night-Piece on Death ..............

ib. Epigram.—The greatest gifts that nature does

Hymn to Contentinent .........................

bestow ............

The Hermit ........................................

ib. On the Castle of Dublin, 1715 .................

Piety, or the Vision .........

367 Love in Disguise .....................................

Bacchus; or, the drunken Metamorphosis 368 Chloris appearing in a Looking-Glass............

The Horse and the Olive.......

369 On a Lady with foul Breath .....................

Dr. Donne's third Satire versified ................

ib. On the number Three..............................

The Gift of Poetry ..................................... 371 Essay on the different styles of Poetry. To
Moses .......................... ......................

ib. 1 Henry Lord Viscount Bolingbroke ........ .. ib.

POEMS OF GARTH.

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......... 448

The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson................ 419 | Canto IV. ..........................

437

Dedication

423

V.

440

Preface .......

425

VI. .....................

443

Claremont: addressed to the right bon. the

VERSES TO DR. GARTH.

Earl of Clare, afterwards Duke of New-

To Dr.Garth, upon the Dispensary, by C. Boyle 429 castle ........

........ 446
To my friend the Author, desiring my Opinion To the Lady Louisa Lenox: with Ovid's Epis-

of his Poem. By Chr. Codrington ......... ib. tles ..........
To my Friend Dr. Garth, the Author of the To Richard Earl of Burlington, with Ovid's
Dispensary. By Thos. Cheek .................

Art of Love ..........

To my friend, upon the Dispensary. By H. To the Dutchess of Bolton, on her staying all

Blount .....

430 the Winter in the Country

To the Duke of Marlborough, on his voluntary

THE DISPENSARY. A POEM IN SIX CANTOS.

Banishment

............................

Canto I. ........

. 431 To the Earl of Godolphin .......

II. ..............

433 On her Majesty's Statue in St. Paul's Church

......................................... 435 | Yard ..........

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The Author's Life, by Dr. Jobuson ............. 457 Colin's Complaint A Song ..........

The golden Verses of Pythagoras. Translated Reply, by another Hand.............

from the Greek .............

463 | Epigram on a Lady who sbed her Water at

A Poem on the late glorious Successes, &c. seeing the Tragedy of Cato. Occasioned by

humbly inscribed to the Lord Treasurer

a Lady who wept at it......

Godolphin.............. ................. 464 Imitated in Latin..................................... ib.

An Epistle to Flavia, on the Sight of two Pin Mæcenas.–Verses occasioned by the Honours

daric Odes on the Spleen and Vanity. Writ-

conferred on the right hon the Earl of

ten by a Lady her Friend ..................... 468 Halifax, 1714; being that Year installed
Song:-When Sappho with harmonious airs... 469 Knight of the most noble Order of the
Epigram.-To the two new members for Garter .......

..... ib.
Bramber ......

.........

ib. | Epigram. On the Prince of Wales, then
Verses made to a Simile of Pope ............... Regent, appearing at the Fire in Spring Gar-
On Nicolini and Valentini's first coming to the dens, 1726 ..........

..... ib.
House in the Haymarket............

................. ib. Song on a fine Woman who had a dull Hus.
Epilogue to the Inconstant; or, the Way to

band .............

..... ib.
vin him......................... ............... ib. Occasioned by his first Visit to Lady Warwick,

Prologue to the Gamester ......................... 470 at Holland House......

Epilogue spoken by Mrs. Barry at her playing Stanzas to Lady Warwick. On Mr. Addison's

in Love for Love with Mrs. Bracegirdle, for

going to Ireland ................

...... ib

the Benefit of Mr. Betterton ...............

The Visit ...... .....

Epilogue to the Cruel Gift ........................ The contented Shepherd. To Mrs. A-D-
Prologue to the Non-Juror ..............

Song.—Ah, willow. To the same in her Sick-
Horace, Book ii. Ode iv. imitated: The Lord

ness ............
Griffin to tbe Earl of Scarsdale ............... ib. To the same, singing ...........

The Reconcilement between Jacob Tonson and Song.—The Fair Inconstant .....

Mr. Congreve. An imitation of Horace, To Lord Warwick, on bis Birth-day............

Book ii. Ode ix ..........

472 To Lady Jane Wharton, on her studying the

Horace, Book iji. Ode xxi. To his Cask ...... Globe ...........

...... ib.

Horace, Book iv. Ode i. To Venus ............. To Mrs Pulteney, upon her going Abroad...... 478

Horace, Book i. Epistleiv. imitated. To Richard Ode for the new Year. 1716 .....

... ib. -

Thombill, Esq.........

Song for the King's Birth-day, May 28, 1716. 479

The Union .........

Ode for the new Year, 1717 .........

ib.

On Cootentment. Done from the Latin of J. Ode to Peace, for the Year 1718 ...

Gerrard .........

Ode for the King's Birth-day, 1718 ......

On the last Judgment, and the Happiness of Ode to the Thames, for the Year 1719 ........

the Saints in Heaven. Done from the Latin The Story of Glaucus and Scylla. From Ovid's

of J. Gerrard ..

.... 474 Metamorphoses, Book xiii....

............... 481

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The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson........ 485 The Story of Aglaurus, transformed into a

Dedication ............................................

521 Statue

.............. 551

To Mr. Dryden........

Europa's Rape.

553

To the right hon. Sir John Somers, Lord Keeper Ovid's Metamorphoses. Book üi.
of the Great Seal, 1695 ................ ib. The Story of Cadmus....

........... ib.

A Poem to the King ............

The Transformation of Actæon into a Stag ... 555

A Translation of all Virgil's fourth Georgic The Birth of Bacchus ....

........ ib.

except the Story of Aristæus .................. 525

The Transformation of Tiresias .................. 556

A Song, fór St. Cecilia's Day, at Oxford . ...... 528 The Transformation of Echo

ib.

An Account of the greatest English Poets. To The Story of Narcissus

557

Mr. Henry Sacheverell, April 3, 1694 ...... 529 The Story of Pentheus...........

558

A Letter from Italy. To the right hon. Charles The Death of Pentheus ............................. 560

Lord Halifax, in the Year 1701 ............... 530 The Story of Salamis and Hermaphroditus.

Milton's Style imitated, in a Translation of a

From the fourth Book of Ovid's Metamor-

Story out of the third Æneid......... .........

phoses .............................................. ib.

The Campaign, a Poem. To his Grace the Notes on some of the foregoing Stories in Ovid's

Duke of Marlborough, 1705 ........... 532 Metamorphoses ......

561

Cowley's Epitaph on himself. Translated by An Essay on Virgil's Georgics, .................. 566

Mr. Addison.........

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS,

POEMATA.

To Sir Godfrey Kneller, on bis Picture of the

Inauguratio Regis Gulielmi, 1689 ..........

King ................................................ 569

On the Return of King William from Ireland,

Prologue to Smith's Phædra and Hippolitus... jb.

after the Battle of the Boyne ....... .........

Prologue to Steele's Tender Husband............ 570

Honoratissimo viro Carolo Montague, Armi-

Epilogue to Lansdowne's British Enchanters... ib.

gero, Sc... ...................... ..................

An Ode for St. Cecilia's Day. Set to Music by

Pax Gulielmi Auspiciis Europæ reddita, 1697. ib.

Mr. Daniel Purcell. Performed at Oxford,

1699....................................

........... ib.

Barometri Descriptio ................... ...... 539

Prælium inter Pygmæos et Grnes commissuin. ib.

Ode.—The spacious firmament on high ....... 571

Resurrectio delineata ad Altare Col. Magd.

Hymn.-When all thy mercies, O my God... ib.

Ode.—How are thy servants blest, O Lord !... ib.
Oxon ...........................

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Spheristerium ........................

Ad D. D. Hannes, insignissimum Medicum et

Paraphrase on Psalm xxiii .........................

The Play-House .................................... ib.

Poetam.....
Machinæ Gesticulantes, Anglicè, a Puppet-

On the Lady Manchester, written on the

Show..........

toasting Glasses of the Kit-Cat Club ......... 573

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Ad insignissimum Virum D. Tho. Burnettum,

To her royal Highness the Princess of Wales,

sacræ Theoriæ Telluris auctorem ............ 543

with the Tragedy of Cato, November 1714. ib?

Verses to the Author of the Tragedy of Cato,

by Richard Steele ............................... 574

TRANSLATIONS.

L. Eusden to Mr. Addison, on his Cato........

Horace, Book iii. Ode jji. ............... ..... 544 | Digby Cotes to Mr. Addison, on bis Cato ...... 575

The Vestal, from Ovid de Pastis, Lib. iii, El. i. 545 | Left with the Pripter by an unknown Hand...

Ovid's Metamorphoses. Book ii.

Upon Mr. Addison's Cato ............

The Story of Phaeton............

..... ib. On Cato : occasioned by Mr. Addison's Tra-
Phaeton's Sisters transformed into Trees ...... 546 gedy of that Name, by Mr. Copping.........
The Transformation of Cycnus into a Swan ... ib. To Mr. Addison on his Cato, from Steele's Col-
The Story of Calisto .........

ib. lection ..........
The Story of Coronis, and Birth of Æsculapius 550 Verses sent to a Lady with the Tragedy of
Ocyrrhoe transformed to a Mare ................ 551 Cato, from Steele's Collection ............... ib.
The Transformation of Battus to a Touchstone ib. Cato, a Tragedy

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