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London. In Imitation of the Third Satire of Juvenal. .
The Vanity of Human Wishes. In Imitation of the Tenth
Satire of Juvenal .

The Vanity of Wealth
The Winter's Walk
Evening Ode. To Stella

The Natural Beauty. To Stella
Stella in Mourning
To Miss Hickman, playing on the Spinet
To Miss on her playing upon the Harpsichord in a Room

hung with Flower-pieces of her own Painting
To Miss on her giving the Author a Gold and Silk Net-

Work Purse of her Own Weaving
To a Young Lady, on her Birthday .
Song—“Not the soft sighs of vernal gales”
On seeing a Bust of Mrs. Montague
To Lady Firebrace, at Bury Assizes
Verses written at the Request of a Gentleman to whom a Lady

had given a Sprig of Myrtle
The Young Author .
To Myrtilis. The New Year's Offering
On the Death of Dr. Robert Levet
On the Death of Stephen Grey, F.R.S. The Electrician

To Irene
Written for Garrick, and Spoken by him at the Opening of the

Theatre Royal, Drury-lane, 1747
Spoken by Garrick, April 5, 1750, before the Masque of

Comus, acted at Drury-lane Theatre, for the Benefit of
Milton's Granddaughter.

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Prologue to Goldsmith's Comedy of “The Good-Natured Man,"

spoken by Mr. Brinsley at the First Performance at
Covent-Garden Theatre, January 22, 1768

37 Prologue to the Comedy of "A Word to the Wise”

38 Epilogue, intended to have been spoken by a Lady who was to personate the Ghost of Hermione

38 BAGATELLES. Lines written in Ridicule of certain Poems published in 1777 . 40 Parody of a Translation from the “ Medea” of Euripides 40 Translation of two stanzas of the Song, “Rio Verde, Rio Verde,"

printed in Percy's “Reliques of Ancient English Poetry.”

An Impromptu
Burlesque of the Modern Versifications of Ancient Legendary

Tales. —An Impromptu .
Imitation of the Style of ****

41 Burlesque of Lines of Lopez de Vega. An Impromptu 42 Translation of Lines at the end of Baretti's “Easy Phraseology." An Impromptu

42 Improviso Translation of “The Distich of the Duke of Mo

dena's running away from the Comet in 1742 or 1748. 42 Improviso Translation of Lines of Mons. Benserade "à son Lit” 43 Translation of Lines written under a Print representing Persons Skating

43 Impromptu Translation of the same

43 To à Lady who spoke in Defence of Liberty

43 Ad Lauram Parituram Epigramma

44 Epigram on George II., and Colley Cibber, the. Poet Laureate 44 To Mrs. Thrale, on her completing her Thirty-fifth Year. An Impromptu

44 Impromptu on hearing Miss Thrale consulting with a Friend

about a Gown and Hat she was inclined to wear Impromptu Translation of an Air in the “Clemenza de Tito

of Metastasio, beginning—“Deh se piacermi vuoi” 45 On Lyce, án Elderly Lady

45 One-and-Twenty

46 EPITAPHS. On Sir Thomas Hanmer, Bart.

47 On Claude Phillips, an Itinerant Musician in Wales

48 For Hogarth

48 TRANSLATIONS. Part of the Dialogue between Hector and Andromache, from the Sixth Book of Homer's “Iliad”

49 Horace. Book I. Ode 22

50 Horace. Book II. Ode 9

50 Horace. Book IV. Ode 7



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