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WORKS OF PHILIPS.

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The Author's Life,

535 Ode ad Henricum St. John, Armig. 1706,
Mr. Philips's designed Dedication to the An Ode to Henry St. John, Esq. 1706,
Splendid Shilling,

537 Cider. Book 1..

Book II.

Cerealia,
The Splendid Shilling,

539 Bachanalian Song. By Mr. Philips,
Blenheim,

540

546
553

POLMS.

558

560

WORKS OF WALSH.

ib.

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Tue Author's Life,
563 Epigram. Cornus,

575
Preface,
565 Epigram. Thraso,

ib.
Epigram. Gripe and Shifter,

ib.
POEMS.

To Cælia, upon fome Alterations in her
Face,

ib,
To his Book,
568 | The Retirement,

ib.
Elegy. The unrewarded Lover,
ib. The despairing Lover,

574
Epigram. Written in a Lady's Table-Book, ib. Song,

ib.
Elegy. The Power of Verse,

ib. A Song to Phyllis,
Jealousy,
569 Phyllis's Resolution,

ib.
Cure of Jealousy,

ib. An Epistle to a Lady who had resolved against
Sonnet. Death,
570 Marriage,

575
Elegy. To his false Mistress,
ib. Clelia to Urania. An Ode,

ib.
Upon the same Occasion,
ib. Soog,

ib,
The Antidote,

ib. Loving one I never saw,
Upon a Pavour offered,

671
The Reconcilement,

ib.
Dialogue between a Lover and his friend, ib.
Epigram. Lyce,

ib. 1. Daphne,
The fair Mourner,
ib. 2. Galatea,

577
Epigram. To his false Mistress,
572 3. Damon,

ib.
Epigram. Love and Jealousy,

ib. 4. Lycon,
Elegy. The Petition,

ib. 5. Delia. On the Death of Mrs. Tempest, 579
Elegy. Upon quitting his Mistress,

ib. Horace, Book III. Ode III. imitated,
To his Miferels, against Marriage,

ib. | The Golden Age restored, in imication of the
Epigram. Chloe,

573 fourth Pastoral of Virgil,
Yol. VI.

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PASTORAL ECLOGUES,

576

578

580

585

3D

7,8

To Mr. Dryden, on his « Troilus ad

CONTENTS.
WORKS OF SMITH,

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Tue Author's Life,

585 | On the Return of King William from lre-

land, after the Battle of the Boyne,
PHÆDRA AND HIPPOLITUS, A TRAGEDY.

A Poeni to the Memory of AL. John
Dedication to the Right Honourable Charles Philips,
Lord' Halifax,

589 Charlettus Percivalla Suo,

619
Phædra and Hippolitus,

591 Percivallus Charletto Suo,

i.
Pocokius,
POEMS.

Ode for the Year 1705,
On the Birth of the Prince of Wales, 615 | Ode,

bul
On the Inauguration of King William and Ode in Praise of Music,
Qucen Mary,

ib,

WORKS OF DUKE.
Tur Author's Life,

To the People of England; a Deteftatin e

Civil War. From Horace's Seveuth Epak, bil

To Mr. Creech on his Translation of Luci-
The Review,

627

tius,
The Fifth Elegy of the First Book of

Virgil's Fifth Eclogue,
Ovid,

To Mr. Waller; upon the Copy of Perlis
The Fourth Ode of the Second Book of

made by himsclf on the latt Copy in die
Horace,

630

Book,
The Eighth Ode of the Second Book of

Songs,
Horace,

ib.

To Mr. Henry Dickinson, on his Tranflatia
Horace and Lydia. The Ninth Ode of the

of “ Simon's Critical History of the City
Third Book,

ib.

“ Teftanient,"
The Cyclops. Theocritus, Idyl. XI. Infcribed
to Dr. Short,

ib.

“ Crellida,"
To Cælia,

632

Paris to Helen. Tranilated from Ovid's E-
Spoken to the Queen in Trinity College New

pistles,
Court,

ib.

The Epifle of. Acontius to Cydippe. Trace
Floriana. A Pastoral upon the Death of her

flated from Ovid,
Grace Mary Duchess of Southampton,

ib.

The Fourth Satire of Juvenal,
To the unknown Author of Abfalom and

Damon and Alexis,
Achitophel,

633

Cælia and Dorinda,
A. Epithalamium upon the Marriage of

Cælia's Soliloquy,
Captain William Bedloe,

634

To some disbanded Officers upon the late
On the Marriage of George Prince of Den-

Vote of the House of Commons,
mark and ihe Lady Anne,

To'a Roman Catholic upon Marriage,
On the Death of King Charles the Second,

A Fragment,
and the Inauguration of King James the

Epistle to Mr. Orway,
Second,

ib.

Ad Thomam Otway,
Prologue co N. Lie's Lucius Junius Brutus, 636

" Who for Prcfurgent:;"

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625

POEMS.

629

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WORKS OF KING.

653

ib.

THE ART OF LOVE.

683

ib.

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Tre Author's Life,

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS,

THE ART OF COOKERY, &c.

657 Song,

721

The Publisher to the Reader,

658 Song to Cælia,

ib.

Letters to Dr. Lister and others,

659 The Last Billet,

ib,

The Art of Cookery,

668 To Laura. In imitation of Petrarch,

To the Right Honourable the late Earl of

, upon his disputing publicly at

Dedication to the Lord Herbert,

679 Christ Church, Oxford,

72%

Preface,

680 | A Gentleman to his Wife,

ib.

The Art of Love. Part 1.

681 The Mad Lover,

ib.

Part II.

682 The Soldier's Wedding. A Soliloquy by Nan

Part II.
Thrasherwell,

ib.

Part IV,

684 The Old Cheese,

723

Part V.

685 | The Skillet,

ib.

Part VI.

687 The Fisherman,

724

Part VII.

688 A Case of Conscience,

Part VIII.

689 | The Constable,

ib.

Part IX.

691 Little Mouths,

725

Part X.

692 Hold Fast below,

ib.

Part XI.

693 The Beggar Woman,

ib,

Parc XII.

694 The Veltry,

926

Part XII.

697 The Monarch,

ib,

Part XIV.

698 Just as you Please; or, The Incurious,

727

An incomparable Ode of Malherbe's, written Of Dreams,

ib,
by him when the Marriage was on foot

The Art of making Pudding,

ib.
between the King of France and Anne of Upon a Giant's Angling,

728

Austria,

700 Advice to Horace, to take his Leave of Tri-

Preface to the Furmetary,

701 nity College, Cambridge,

729

The Furmetary, a very innocent and harmless

Indian Ode,

ib.

Poem,

702 Epigrams,

ib.

Canto I.

ib. To Mr. Carter, Steward to the Lord Car-
Canto II.
ib. teret,

ib.
Canto UI.

703
Nero. A Satire,

730
Mully of Mountown,

704
Ad Amicum,

ib.

Orpheus and Eurydice,

706 Attempted in English,

ib.

Rufinus: or the Favourite. Imitated from Ulysses and Tiresias,

ib.
Claudian,

710 Translation from Tasso, Canto III. St. 3.
The Eagle and Robin. An Apologue,

713
From Heliod,

.731
Robin Red Breaft, with the Beasts. An old Thame and Ilis,

ib.

Cat's Prophecy,

716 I waked, speaking these out of a Dream in

Britain's Palladium; or Lord Bolingbroke's the Morning,

ib.

Welcome from France,

718 The Stumbling Block,

ib.

To the Duke of Beaufort. A Paraphrase on The Garden Plot,

ib.

Naudrus's Addrofs to Cardinal de Bagni, 720 Epistle to Mr. Goddard,

732

ib.

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POEMS.

The Author's Lise,

759

An Epiftle to Charles Earl of Dorset, occa-

fioned by his Majesty's Vi&ory in Ire-
land,

767

Written at Althrop, in a blank Leaf of Wal-
On the Death of his moft Sacred Majesty ler's Poems, upon seeing Vandyke's Pic-
King Charles II.

763 ture of the old Lady Sunderland, 769
Ode on the the Marriage of the Prin Verses written for the Toasting Glasses of
cess Anne and Prince George of Den-

the Kit-Cat Club, 1703,
mark,
764 On the Countess Dowager of ***

ib.
Ode on the same Occasion,
765 Verses from Dr. 2. Grey's MSS.

770
The Man of Honour; occafioned by a Post On Orpheus and Signora Francisca Mar-
fcript of Penn's Letter,
766 garita,

ib.

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