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PRINTED FOR J. DEBRETT, OPPOSITE BURLING-

TON HOUSE, IN PICCADILLY,

MDC LXXXVI,

Heffer Engush

1923

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A Riddle
Sir William Young to his Lady

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Mr. Garrick's Verses at Warwick Castle

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Nature and Garrick

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Ballad on enlarging the house of office, at the D- of Dm's 164
From the Spanish

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An old Prophecy at Bath

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Mr. Anstey to Mr. Garrick

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Mr. Garrick's answer

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Earl of Chatham to Mr. Garrick

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Mr. Garrick's answer

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Fool's Petition to Jupiter

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Lord Chefterfield's answer

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Mr. Garrick's answer, on being asked to come into Parlia-

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Advice to the Marquis of Rockingham
On a certain Lord's buying a house

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On seeing Mr. Taylor's piclures

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Epitaph on Mr. Beighton

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Colloquial Epigram
Verses to Mr. Garrick, on receiving his Picture
Lines by Mr. Garrick, on the back of his Pi&ture

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Conversation between Mr. Garrick and the two Grave-diggers ibid.
Fitzgig's Triumph

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Monody on the death of Mr. Garrick

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On the Errors of the Press; by Caleb Whitfoord, Esq. 201
Cross Readings from the Newspapers
To him who feels the juftness of the character
To Brass Crosby, Esq.
The Alderman in Retirement

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Westminster Races
Reasons for retaining the letter K

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More Reasons
Clericus to Hugh Kelly

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St. Stephen's Theatre

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What is my Thought like?

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To the Memory of Sir Charles Saunders

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Impromptu

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To Sir Joshua Reynolds ; by the Dean of Derry.

ibid.
Dr Bernard to Dr. Goldsmith
Epistle from Mr. Cumberland to Dr. Goldsmith

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To Sir Joshua Reynolds from Mr. Whitfoord

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Verses to Mr. Wright; by Miss Seward

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Earl of Chesterfield's Petition to the King

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Charm for Ennui; by W. Hayley, Esq.

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AN HEROIC EPISTLE TO SIR WILLIAM CHAM

BERS, KNIGHT, COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF HIS MAJESTY'S WORKS, AND AUTHOR OF A LATE DISSERTATION ON ORIENTAL GARDENING, ENRICHED WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES, CHIEFLY EXTRACTED FROM THAT ELABORATE PERFORM

ANCE.

Non omnes arbusia juvant, bumilefque myrica. VIRG. KNIGHT of the Polar Star ! by Fortune plac’d To shine the Cynosure of British taste; Whose orb collects in one refulgent view The scatter'd glories of Chinese Virtù;

And

• Readers of the present generation are fo very inatteative to what they read, that it is probable, one half of Sir William's May have forgotten the principles which his book inculcates, Vol. II. B

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