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SCARCE had the tender hand of Time

Maria's bloom brought forth,
Nor yet advanc'd to Beauty's prime,

Tho' ripe in Beauty's worth:

When Fate untimely feal'd her doom,

And shew'd, in one short hour, A lovely sky, an envious gloom,

A rainbow and a fhow'r.

Vol. VI.



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On seeing. Captain A. at Mrs. Cornelys'
Norfolke Turnippe
On the Oak in Penthurft Park
Mr. Juftice Aston's Motto
To Mr. Kenrick at Bath
On reading the Deserted Village ; by Corbyn Morris
The Lounger
To Lord Melcombe ; by R. Bertley, Esq.
Faole of the Ass, &c. by Lord E----
Ode to Health
Epigram on a Lady's coming into the Pump-room, with a

Crescent in her Hair; by Mr. Potter
By E. D-X, Esq. on his Daughter's Birth-day
On breaking a China Quart Mug
On seeing Miss Collins copy a Drawing
Inscription at Wimpole ; by D. Wray, Esq.
Invocation to a Cook-Maid
Epistle to Lord Kelly
On the Ladies' Feathers
Prayer to Indifference; by Mrs. Greville
Two Love Elegies
Stanzas to with the foregoing
Pastoral Ballad
Lawyer's Prayer; by Dr. Blackstone
Love Elegy
To the Hon. T. Winnington ; by Mr. Harris
On the New Building near the Royal Exchange
Mirrour of Knighthood
Curse of Avarice
Epigram ; on a Miser
Honest Confession
Morning Visit. Lady Rattle and Lady Pam
Dialogue between a Lady and her Daughter
Modern Glossary
Stanzas to the Ladies, on their Head dress
Song for the Mall
On the Templars
Description of London
Description of Dublin
Sketch of Paris
Pachelor's Choice of a Wife
Pemale Complaint
On a Lady mistaking Rubies for Bubbies
Miss Courtney to Miss Conolly.
Ruins of Pomfret: Castle

117 119 120 124 126 1-29 137 139 143 144 146 143 ibid 351 15? ibid

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