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PUBLISHED BY TALBOYS AND WHEELER ;
AND W. PICKERING, LONDON.
5 AR 1962
Prologue, spoken by Mr. Garrick, at the opening of the theatre-royal,
Prologue to the comedy of the Good-natured Man.
on her giving the author a gold and silk network purse,
of her own weaving ...
*, on her playing upon the harpsichord, in a room hung
Verses, written at the request of a gentleman, to whom a lady had given a
Lines written in ridicule of certain poems published in 1777
Parody of a translation from the Medea of Euripides
Translation from the Medea of Euripides
Translation of the two first stanzas of the song "Rio Verde, Rio Verde".. 142
Imitation of the style of *
Burlesque of some lines of Lopez de Vega
Translation of some lines at the end of Baretti's Easy Phraseology
Improviso translation of a distich on the duke of Modena's running away
from the comet in 1742 or 1743
Improviso translation of some lines of M. Benserade à son Lit
Epitaph for Mr. Hogarth
Translation of some lines, written under a print representing persons
Impromptu translation of the same
To Mrs. Thrale, on her completing her thirty-fifth year.
Impromptu translation of an air in the Clemenza di Tito of Metastasio
Translation of a speech of Aquileio in the Adriano of Metastasio.....
Burlesque of the modern versifications of ancient legendary tales
Friendship; an ode....
On seeing a bust of Mrs. Montague
Improviso on a young heir's coming of age
Epitaphs-on his father