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JOHN BELL, British Library, STRAND,
Bookseller to His Royal Highness the PRINCE OF WALES.

MDCCLXXXIX.

280. 12.: 274.

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EPISTLES PANEGYRICAL AND GALLANT.

Page

124

141

143

Page

THE

1. HE Fleminead; or Female

Genius

I

II. On the Female Right to Lite-
rature

17

III. To the Prince of Orange, on

his passing through Oxford 24

IV. TÖ Mr. Pope.

By Walter

Harte, M.A.

26

V. To Dean Swift, on his Birth-

Day

22

VI. To the Right Hon. the Lady

Margaret Cavendish Harley

32

VII. To a Lady, sent with a pre-

sent of Shells and Stones 34

VIII. To a Lady, in answer to a

Letter written in a very fine

Hand

37

IX. To a Lady, on a Landscape

of her drawing

40

X. To a young Lady who paints

very well, &c.

43

XI. TO Miss Charlotte Collins,

of Winchester

45

XII. To a young Lady, with

Fontenelle's Plurality of Worlds 47

XIII. Toa Friend. By Mrs. Carter 52

XIV. To Myrtilis. The New

Year's Offering

53

Xv. To a young Lady, on her

playing upon the Harpsichord 57

XVI. To Mrs. Crewe

59

XVII. To the Rt. Hon. H. Pelham 61

XVIII. On the Royal Nuptials 64

XIX. On the death of K. Geo. II.

and Accession of K. Geo. III. 63

XX. On the Marriage of King

George III. and Q Charlotte 73

XXI. TO Mr. Whitehead, on his

being made Poet-Laureat 77

XXII. TO Mr. Garrick

80

XXIII. Nature to Dr. Hoadly 85

XXIV. To Mr. Garrick, on his

erecting a Statue to Shakspere 87

XXV. To Mr. Garrick, on re-

ceiving his Portrait painted by

Mr. Dance

90

XXVI. To David Garrick, Esq.

at Mount Edgcumbe

92

XXVII. Mr. Garrick's Answer 94

XXVIII. Upon Mr. Mason's

taking Orders

XXIX. To Mr. Garrick on meet-

ing him at Mr. Rigby's 98

XXX. Mr. Garrick's Answer 1 လာ
XXXI. To Colonel (afterwards
Lord) Clive

103

XXXU. Dennis to Mr. Thomson los

XXXIII. To Sir Godfrey Kneller 106

XXXIV. To the Duke of Marl-

borough

108

XXXV. To Lord Carteret III

XXXVI. Oa Sir Robert Wal-

pole's Birth-Day

XXXVII. To his Grace the Duke

of Argyll

113

XXXVIII. To the Author of a

Panegyric on Mrs. G. Butler 119

XXXIX. By the Rt. Hon. the

Earl of Carlisle on his School-

Fellows while at Eton

121

XL. To the Earl of Carlisle, oc-

casioned by the preceding

XLI. TO Mr. Cungreve. Ву

Mr. Steele

126

XLII. To the Author of Clarissa 129

XLIII. To Mis. Bindon. Ву

the Hon. Sir C. H. Williams,

Bart.

131

XLIV. Mrs. Bindon's Answer 135

XLV. Sir Charles's Reply 137

XLVI. To a Lady

133

XLVII. To Lady Mary Cham-

bers

139

XLVIII. To the Lady Marchio-

ness Grey

XLIX. To a Lady, with a Pre-

sent of Pope's Works

L. To a Lady. Sent her with

Lord Lansdowne's Heroic

Love

145

LI. To a Lady, with a Book of

Morality

147

LII. To three amiable Sisters

149

LIII. To a young Lady, on pre-

senting the Author with a

Lock of her Hair

ISI

LIV. To a Lady making a Pin

Basket

153

LV. To a Lady, with a pair of

Gloves

156

LVI. To a Lady, with a Bouch of

an Oranje Tree

LVII. Written at the request of

a Gentleman to whom a Lady

had given a Sprig of Myrtle 152

LVIII. To a Lady, with a present

of a Knife

16

LIX. From a Gentleman, on the

late Anniversary of his Wed-

ding-Day

162

LX. To a young Lady, on seeing

her dance

164

LXI. Lo a Lady, on asking the

author's opinion of Friendship 166

LXII. To a Lady. Ey the Rev.
S. Henley

167

LXIII. Tó Lord Hervey. By

M, De Voltaire

169

LXIV. A Birth-day Offering to

a young Lady

172

LXV. TO Corinna.

By Lord

Nurent

175

LXVI. To Camilla By the same 176

LXVII. To Clariss. By the same 179

Notes on Epistics Panegyrical

and Gallant

96

116

183

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