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The Praise of a Solitary Life,

160

Generosity of Cæsar,

204

To a Nightingale,

160 Grief of Aspatia for the Marriage of Amintor and

Sonnets,

160 Evadne,

205

BIR ROBERT AYTON,

161 Palamon and Arcite, Captives in Greece,

206

On Woman's Inconstancy,

161 Disinterestedness of Biancha,

207

I confess thou'rt Smooth and Fair,

161 Pastoral Love,

209

GEORGE BUCHANAN-DR ARTHUR JOHNSTON,

161 Melancholy,

209

The 137th Psalm,

162

Song-Look out, bright eyes, and bless the air),

209

The First of May,

162 The Power of Love,

209

On Neæra,

162

210

Song to Pan, at the conclusion of the Faithful Shep-

DRAMATISTS.

herdess,

210

John HEYWOOD,

163 GEORGE CHAPMAN,

210

Nicolas UDALL,

THOMAS DEKKER,

211

JOHN STILL,

164

JOHN WEBSTER,

211

THOMAS SACKVILLE,

164

Scene from the Duchess of Malfy,

212

RICHARD EDWARDS,

164 Death of the Duchess,

212

GEORGE WHETSTONE,

164 THOMAS MIDDLETON,

213

John Lyly,

166

Happiness of Married Life,

214

Cupid and Campaspe,

166

Song---(Come away, come away),

214

Song-(What bird so sings, yet so does wail ?)

166 JOHN MARSTON,

215

GEORGE PEELE,

166 ROBERT TAYLOR - WILLIAM ROWLEY CYRIL TOUR-

Prologue to King David and Fair Bethsabe,

167

NEUR,

215

THOMAS KYD,

167 Scene from the Witch of Edmonton,

215

THOMAS Nash,

168

A Drowned Soldier,

216

ROBERT GREENE,

168

GEORGE COOK E-THOMAS NABBES-NATHANIEL FIELD-

Content-A Sonnet,

169

JOHN DAY-HENRY GLAPTHORNE-THOMAS RAN-

Sephestia's Song to her Child,

169

DOLPH-RICHARD BRONE,

216

The Shepherd and his Wife,

16

Philir MASSINGER,

216

THOMAS LODGE,

170

A Midnight Scene,

217

Beauty,

171 Pride of Sir Giles Overreach in his Daughter,

217

Rosalind's Madrigal,

171

Compassion for Misfortune,

218

Love,

171

Unequal Love,

218

CHRISTOPHER MARLOW,

171 JOHN FORD,

219

Scenes from Marlow's Faustus,

172

A Dying Bequest,

220

Passages from the Jew of Malta,

173

Contention of a Bird and a Musician,

220

Scene From Marlow's Edward II.,

174 THOMAS II EYWOOD,

221

ANTHONY MUNDAY-HENRY CHETTLE,

174

Song- Pack clouds away, and welcome day),

221

Scene from Arden of Feversham,

175 Shepherd's Song,

William SHAKSPEARE,

176

Shipwreck by Drink,

Murder of King Duncan,

181 JAMES SHIRLEY,

222

Love Scene by Night in a Garden,

182

The Prodigal Lady,

223

Description of a Moonlight Night, with Fine Music,

Scene from the Ball,

224

Ghost Scene in Hamlet,

184

MISCELLANEOUS PIECES OF THE THIRD PERIOD,

225

Mark Antony over Crrsar's Body,

185

Convivial Song, by Bishop Still,

225

Othello's Rolation of his Courtship to the Senate,

186

My Mind to me a Kingdom is,

225

Queen Mab,

186

Song-(What pleasure have great princes),

End of all Earthly Glories,

186

Meditation when we go to Bed,

Life and Death Weighed,

187

Meditation,

Fear of Death,

187

Tale of Argentile and Curan,

226

Description of Ophelia's Drowning,

187 Sonnet,

228

Perseverance,

187 The Woodman's Walk,

The Deceit of Ornament or Appearances,

187

There is a Garden in her face,

Mercy,

189 Robin Goodfellow,

Solitudo preferred to a Court Life, and the Advantages The Old and Young Courtier,

229

of Adversity,

188

Time's Alteration,

230

The World compared to a Stage,

188

Loyalty Confined,

231

Description of Night in a Camp,

188

The Blessings of a Shepherd's Life,

188

PROSE WRITERS.

The Vicissitudes of Life,

189 Sir Philip SIDNEY,

222

Falstaff's Cowardice and Boasting,

189

A Tempest,

233

Falstaff arrested by his Hostess Dame Quickly,

Description of Arcadia,

233

BEN JONSON,

191 A Stag Hunt,

233

The Fall of Catiline,

193 Praise of Poetry,

234

Accusation and Death of Silius in the Senate-House, 194 Lord BURLEIGH,

234

Love,

195

Choice of a Wife,

234

A Simpleton and a Braggadocio,

196

Domestic Economy,

234

Bobadil's Plan for Saving the Expense of an Army, 197 Education of Children,

235

Advice to a Reckless Youth,

197

Suretyship and Borrowing,

235

The Alchemist,

197 RICHARD HOOKER,

235

THE COURT MASQUES OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, 198 Scripture and the Law of Nature,

236

The Golden Age Restored,

201 Zeal and Pear in Religion,

237

FRANCIS BEAUMONT-John FLETCHER,

203 Defence of Reason,

237

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Church Music,

238 Upon the Sight of two Snails,

75

LORD BACON,

238 Upon llearing of Music by Night,

275

Universities,

241 Upon the Sight of an Owl in the Twilight,

275

Libraries,

241 Upon the Sight of a Great Library,

26

Government,

241 Christ Crucified Afresh by Sinners,

Prosperity and Adversity,

241 The Hypocrite,

277

Friendship,

241 The Busy-Body,

277

Uses of Knowledge,

243 SIR THOMAS OVERBURY,

277

Books and Ships Compared,

243 The Tinker,

978

Studies,

243 The Fair and Happy Milkmaid,

278

SIR WALTER RALEIGH,

243 A Franklin,

278

That the Flood hath not utterly defaced the marks of JOHN EARLE,

278

Paradise, nor caused hills in the Earth,

246 The Clown,

279

The Battle of Thermopylæ,

247 Owen FELTHAM,

279

The Strength of Kings,

247 Moderation in Grief,

279

Three Rules to be observed for the Preservation of a Limitation of Human Knowledge,

279

Man', Estate,

248 Against Readiness to Take Offence,

279

RICHARD GRAFTON,

249 Of being Over-valued,

280

John śrow, ..

249

Against Detraction,

2130

Sports upon the Ice in Elizabeth's Reign,

250 of Neglect,

280

RAPHAEL HOLINSHED - WILLIAM HARRISON — JOHN No Man can be good to An,

215

I1OOKER-FRANCIS BOTEVILLE,

250) Meditation,

The Languages of Britain,

250

Peter HeYLIN,

981

RICHARD ILAKLUYT,

251

The French,

28)

SAMUEL Purchas,

252 French Love of Dancing,

231

The Sa,

252 Ilolland and its Inhabitants,

John Davis,

252 JOHN SELDEN,

22

Davis's Voyages in Search of the North-West Passage, 233 Evil Speaking,

GEORGE SANDYS,

254

Humility,

Modern State of Ancient Countries,

254

King,

WILLIAM LITHGOW,

254 Heresy,

244

Janes lowell,

255

Learning and Wisdom,

To Dr Francis Mansell,

235 Oracles,

To Sir William St John, Knight,

256 Dreams and Prophecies,

To Captain Thomas B.,

257 Sermons,

2:14

To the Right Ilon. the Lord Cliffe,

258 Libels,

Tales of Travellers,

260 Devils in the Head,

Bir Thomas LIERDERT,

261 Free Inquiry,

Description of St Helena,

261 JAMES USHER,

WILLIAM CAMDEN,

261 WILLIAN CHILLINGWORTH,

SIR HENRY SrELMAN-SIR ROBERT COTTON-JOHN SPEED

Against the Employment of Force in Religion,

-SAMUEL DANIEL,

263 Reason must be appealed to in Religious Discussions,

Uncertainty of the Early History of Nations,

2033

Against Duelling,

6

THOMAS MAY-BIR JOHN HAYWARD-RICHARD KNOLLES, 264 John Hales,

The Taking of Constantinople by the Turks,

264 Private Judgment in Religion,

ARTHUR WILSON-SIR RICHARD BAKER,

205 Children Ready to Believe,

28

Sir Ilenry WOTTON,

265 Reverence for Ancient Opinions,

What Education Embraces,

265 Prevalence of an Opinion no Argument for its Truth, 22

Every Nature is not a Fit Stock to Graft a Scholar on, 265 JOHN GAUDEN,

23

Commendation before Trial Injudicious,

266 The Various Events of the Civil War,

9')

THOMAS HOBBES,

266 JEREMY TAYLOR,

2X)

God,

267 The Age of Reason and Discretion,

2:12

Pity and Indignation,

267 The Pomp of Death,

2:13

Emulation and Envy,

203 Marriage,

Laughter,

268 The Progress of Sin,

273

Loyc of Knowledge,

268 The Resurrection of Sinners,

The Necessity of the Will,

208 Sinful Pleasure,

24

LORD HERBERT,

26.9 Useful Studies,

Sir Thomas More's Resignation of the Great Seal, 270 Comforting the AMicted,

213

TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE,

270 Real and Apparent Ilappiness,

KING JAMES I.,

271 Adversity,

Sorcery and Witchcraft,

271 Miseries of Man's Life,

293

How Witches Travel,

271 On Prayer,

ROBERT BERTON,

272 On Death,

The Author's Abstract of Melancholy,

272 The Day of Judgment,

271

Melancholy and Contemplation,

272 Religious Toleration,

23

THOMAS DEKKER,

274 SIR THOMAS BROWNE,

233

Against Fine Clothes,

274 Oblivion,

3410

How a Gallant should behave himself in Paul's Walks, 274 Light the Shadow of God,

301

JOSEPx Hall,

275 Toleration,

301

Upon the sight of a Tree Full-blossomed,

275 Death,

Upon Occasion of a Red-breast coming into his Chamber, 275 Study of God's Works,

['pon the kindling of a Charcoal Fire,

275 Ghosts,

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302 Sonnet on his own Blindness,

Charity,

302 In Anticipation of the Attack of the Royalists upon tho

JoHN KNOx, ,

303

City,

333

Assassination of Cardinal Beaton,

303 On the Massacre of the Protestants in Piedmont, 333

DAVID CALDERWOOD-SIR JAMES MELVIL,

304 Scene from Comus,

833

John LESLEY,

304 Praise of Chastity,

339

Character of James V.,

305 The Spirit's Epilogue in Comus,

334

Burning of Edinburgh and Leith by the English in 1544, 305 L'Allegro,

335

JOHN SPOTISWOOD,

306 Il Penseroso,

336

Destruction of Religious Edifices in 1559,

306 From Lycidas,

337

James VI. and a Refractory Preacher,

Satan's Address to the Sun,

338

GEORGE BUCHANAN,

307 Assembling of the Fallen Angels,

338

The Chamæleon,

308 The Garden of Eden,

WILLIAM DRUMMOND,

308

Eve's Account of her Creation,

308

Against Repining at Death,

340

Morning in Paradise,

REMARKS ON THE STYLE OF THIS PERIOD,

309 Evening in Paradise,

340

ORIGIN OF NEWSPAPERS,

310 Expulsion from Paradise,

341

Satan's Survey of Greece,

342
ANDREW MARVELL,

342
The Emigrants in Bermudas,

343

344
The Nymph Complaining for the Death of her Fawn,
Fourth períod.
Thoughts in a Garden,

344

THE COMMONWEALTH AND REIGNS OF CHARLES II.

A Whimsical Satire on Holland,

343

SAMUEL BUTLER,

343

AND JAMES II. [1649 TO 1689.]

Accomplishments of Hudibras,

347

Religion of Hudibras,

348

POETS.

Personal Appearance of Iludibras,

343

ABRAHAM COWLEY,

312 The Elephant in the Moon,

349

On the Death of Mr Crashaw,

314 Miscellaneous Thoughts,

332

Heaven and Hell,

314 To his Mistress,

353

To Pyrrha,

314 CHARLES COTTON,

353

Anacreontics,

315

The New Year,

353

The Resurrection,

315 Invitation to Izaak Walton,

353

The Shortness of Life and Uncertainty of Riches, 316 A Welsh Guide,

394

The Wish,

316 The Retirement,

334

The Chronicle,

316 EARL or RoscoMMON,

833

Lord Bacon,

317 The Modest Muse,

355

Ode on the Death of Mr William Harvey,

317 Caution against False Pride,

353

Epitaph on the Living Author,

318 An Author must Feel what he Writes,

353

Claudian's Old Man of Verona,

318 On the Day of Judgment,

356

[IENRY VAUGHAN,

318 EARL or RocheSTER,

356

Early Rising and Prayer,

318

Song-(While on those lovely looks I gaze),

356

The Rainbow,

319 Constancy-A Song,

357

The Story of Endymion,

319 Song-Too late, alas ! I must confess),

357

Timber,

319 Song-(My dear mistress has a heart),

357

ThoNAS STANLEY,

319 SIR CHARLES SEDLEY,

339

The Tomb,

319 Song—Ah, Chloris! could I now but sit),

359

The Exequies,

320 Song-(Love still has something of the sea),

358

The Loss,

320 Song—(Phillis, men say that all my vows),

353

Noto on Anacreon,

320 DUCHESS OF NEWCASTLE,

353

Note to Moschus,

320 KATHERINE Philips,

359

BIR JOHN DENHAM,

321 Against Pleasure-An Ode,

359

The Thames and Windsor Forest,

322 A Country Life,

359

The Reformation-Monks and Puritans,

322 John Dryden,

359

On Mr Abraham Cowley,

323 Character of Shaftesbury,

302

Sung to Morpheus,

323 Character of Villiers, Duke of Buckingham,

3

WILLIAM CHAMBERLAYNE,

323 Shaftesbury's Address to Monmouth,

343

Unhappy Love,

324 Mac-Flecknoe,

EDMUND WALLER,

325 The Hind and Panther,

On Love,

326 The Swallow,

303

On a Girdle,

326 Ode to the Memory of Mrs Anne Killigrew,

On the Marriage of the Dwarts,

326 On Milton,

363

A Panegyric to the Lord Protoctor,

326 To my Honoured Kinsman, John Dryden, Esq. of Chos-

English Genius,

327 terton, in the County of Huntingdon,

305

The British Navy,

327 Alexander's Feast,

366

At Penshurst,

327 Theodore and Honoria,

307

The Bud,

328 The Cock and the Fox,

370

Song-(Say, Lovely Dream),

328 Inconveniences of Life in Rome,

373

Bong—(Go, Lovely Rose),

328 Enjoyment of the Present Hour Recommended,

375

Old Age and Death,

328 John Philips,

373

JOHN MILTON,

328 The Splendid Shilling,

Hymn on the Nativity,

331 JOHN POMPRET,

376

On May Morning,

333 Extract from The Choice,

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377 Of Modesty, opposed to Ambition,

410

Song-Dorinda's sparkling wit and eyes),

377 | THOMAS FULLER,

411

Song–To all you ladies now at land),

377 The Good Schoolmaster,

412

Duks or BUCKINGHAMSHIRE,

378

Recreation,

413

Extract from the Essay on Poetry,

378 Books,

413

Education confined too much to Language,

413

DRAMATISTS.

Rules for Improving the Memory,

413

JORN DRYDEN,

379 Terrors of a Guilty Conscienco,

414

Bavage Freedom,

381 Marriage,

Love and Beauty,

381 Conversation,

414

Midnight Repose,

381 Domestic Economy,

414

Tears,

391 Miscellaneous Aphorisms,

415

Mankind,

391

IZAAK WALTON,

415

Fear of Death,

The Angler's Wish,

Love Anticipated after Death,

381 Thankfulness for Worldly Blessings,

Adam after the Fall,

38) JOHN EVELYN,

419

Socne between Mark Antony and Ventidius, bis general, 32 The Great Fire in London,

420

Scene between Dorax and Sebastian,

384 A Fortunate Courtier not Envied,

421

THOMAS OTWAY,

386 Evelyn's Account of his Daughter Mary,

Scenes froin Venice Preserved,

Fashions in Dress,

Parting,

390) Sir Roger L'ESTRANGE,

423

Picture of a Witch,

ვე) Æsop's Invention to bring his Mistress back again to her

Description of Morning,

300)

Ilusband after she had left him,

424

Killing a Boar,

390 The Popish Plot,

424

NATHANIEL LEE,

390 Ingratitude,

425

Scene between Brutus and Titus, his son,

DR RALPH CUDWORTH,

425

Self-Murder,

372

God, though Incomprehensible, not Inconceivable, 426

Jorx CROWNE,

Difhculty of Convincing Interested Unbelievers,

427

Extract from Thyestes,

3992 Creation,

427

Wishes for Obscurity,

392 DR RICHARD CUMBERLAND,

427

Passions,

The Tabernacle and Temple of the Jews,

427

Love in Women,

392 Dr Isaac BARROW,

428

Inconstancy of the Multitude,

392 The Excellency of the Christian Roligton,

423

Warriors,

392 What is Wit?

431

Thomas SHADWELL-SIR GEORGE ETHEREGE-WILLIAM Wise Selection of Pleasures,

431

WYCH ERLEY-MRS APARA BERN,

392 Grief Controlled by Wisdom,

431

Beene from Sir George Etherege's Comical Revenge, 323 Ilonour to God,

432

Song-Love in fantastic triumph sat),

393

The Goodness of God,

492

MISCELLANEOUS PIECES OF THE FOURTH PERIOD, 3933 Charity,

432

Hallo my Fancy,

323 Concord and Discord,

Alas, poor Scholar! whither wilt thou go?

395 Industry,

433

The Fairy Queen,

398 John Tillotson,

434

Advantages of Truth and Sincerity,

434

PROSE WRITERS.

Virtue and Vice Declared by the General Vote of Man.

MILTON, .

3.06 kind,

435

Milton's Literary Musings,

397 Evidence of a Creator in the Structure of the World, 436

Education,

3518 Sin and Holiness,

436

Liberty of the Press,

3913 Resolution necessary in forsaking Vloe,

436

The Reformation,

400 Singularity,

436

Truth,

400 Commencement of a Vicious Courso,

Expiration of the Roman Power in Britain,

401 The Moral Feelings Instinctivo,

ABRAHAN COWLEY,

401 Spiritual Pride,

Of Myself,

401 Education,

Poetry and Poets,

402 EDWARD STILLINGPLEIT,

07 Obscurity,

403

True Wisdom,

Of Procrastination,

403 Immoderate Self-Love,

438

Vision of Oliver Cromwell,

403

DR WILLIAM SHERLOCK,

Janes HARRINGTON,

404 Longing after Immortality,

439

ALGERNON SIDNRY,

405 Life not too short,

Liberty and Government,

406 Advantages of our Ignorance of the Timo of Death, 440

LADY RACHEL RUSSELL,

406 DR ROBERT SOUTH,

440

To Dr Fitzwilliam-On her Sorrow,

407 The Will for the Deed,

442

To the Earl of Galway-On Friendship,

407 Ill-natured and Good-natured Men,

443

To Dr Fitzwilliam-Domestic Misfortunos,

407 The Glory of the Clergy,

To Lord Cavendish-Bereavement,

408 The Pleasures of Amusement and Industry Compared, 444

SANUEL BUTLER,

408 Hypocritical Sanctimony,

444

A Small Poet,

408 Ignorance in Power,

444

A Vintner,

409 Religion not Hostile to Pleasure,

445

A Prater,

409 Labour overcomes Apparent Impossibilities,

445

An Antiquary,

403 Ingratitude an Incurable Vice,

445

WALTER CHARLITON,

400 DR JOHN WILKINS,

M6

The Ready and Ximble Wit,

409 How a Man may Fly to the Moon,

447

The Slow but Sure Wit,
410 | DR JORN PEARSON,

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The Resurrection,

477 SIR MATTHEW IIALE,

DR THOMAS SPRAT,

448 On Conversation,

View of the Divine Government afforded by Experimental John Locke, ,

8118

Philosophy,

448 Causes of Weakness in Men's Undorstandings,

512

Cowley's Love of Retirement,

449 Practice and Habit,

512

DR THOMAS BURNET,

450 Prejudices,

813

The final Conflagration of the Globe,

451 Injudicious laste in Study,

513

Rebuke of Human Pride,

451 Pleasure and Pain,

514

The Dry Bed of the Ocean,

452 Importance of Moral Education,

515

DR HENRY MORE,

452

Fading of Ideas from the Mind,

315

The Soul and Body,

4.3

History,

515

Devout Contemplation of the Works of God,

453

Orthodoxy and Heresy,

315

Nature of the Evidence of the Existence of God,

453 Disputation,

516

RICHARD BAXTER,

454 Liberty,

516

Fruits of Experience of Iluman Character,

434 Opposition to New Doctrines,

516

Baxter's Judgment of his Writings,

454 Duty of Preserving Ilealth,

516

Desire of Approbation,

453 Toleration of Other Men's Opinions,

516

Change in Baxter's Estimate of his own and other Men's The HONOURABLE ROBERT BOYLE,

316

Knowledge,

455 The Study of Natural Philosophy favourable to Religion, 517

On the Credit due to History,

456 Reflection upon a Lanthorn and Candle, carried by on

Character of Sir Matthew Ilale,

456 a Windy Night,

518

Observance of the Sabbath in Baxter's Youth,

457 Upon the sight of Roses and Tulips growing near one

Theological Controversies,

457 another,

518

JOHN OWEN,

457 Marriage a Lottery,

519

EDMUND CALAMY,

458 Some Considerations Touching the Style of the Holy

JOHN FLAVEL,

458 Scriptures,

519

Against Repining in the Season of Want,

458 SIR ISAAC NEWTON,

520

MATTHEW ITENRY,

458 The Prophetic Language,

521

GEORGE Fox,

458 John RAY,

524

Fox's Ill-treatment at Ulverstone,

459 The Study of Nature Recommended,

524

Interview with Oliver Cromwell,

459 Proportionate Lengths of the Necks and Legs of Ani.

ROBERT BARCLAY,

461 mals,

525

Against Titles of Honour,

462 God's Exhortation to Activity,

525

WILLIAM PENN,

463

All Things not Made for Man,

526

Against the Pride of Noble Birth,

40 THOMAS STANLEY-SIR WILLIAM DUGDALR-ANTHONY

Penn's Advice to his Children,

464

Wood-ELIAS ASHMOLE-JOHN AUBREY-THOMAS

THOMAS ELLWOOD,

465

RYNER,

Ellwood's Intercourse with Milton,

465 Tom D'URPEY AND TOM BROWN,

627

JOHN BUNYAN,

Letter from Scarron in the Next World to Louis XIV., 328

Extracts from Bunyan's Autobiography,

An Exhortatory Letter to an Old Lady that Smoked

Christian in the Hands of Giant Despair,

Tobacco,

529

The Golden City,

473 An Indian's Account of a London Gaming-House,

529

LORD CLARENDON,

475

Laconics, or New Maxims of State and Conversation, 529

Reception of the Liturgy at Edinburgh in 1637,

477 SIR GEORGE MACKENZIE,

530

Character of Hampden,

477 Praise of a Country Life,

831

Character of Falkland,

478

Against Envy,

531

Character of Charles I.,

479

Fame,

331

Escape of Charles II. after the Battle of Worcester, 4811

Bigotry,

331

Character of Oliver Cromwell,

48.5

Virtue more Pleasant than Vice,

622

BULSTRODE WHITELOCKE,

485

Avarice,

532

GILBERT BURNET,

486

The True Path to Esteem,

Death and Character of Edward VI.,

487 NEWSPAPERS IN ENGLAND,

533

Character of Leighton, Bishop of DumblaneIIis Death, 488

Character of Charles II.,

489

The Czar Peter in England in 1998,

49%)

Character of William III.,

491

JOHN DRYDEN,

492

Shakspeare,

493

Beaumont and Fletcher,

493 REIGNS OF WILLIAM III., ANNE, AND GEORGB I.

Ben Jonson,

493

[1689 to 1727.]

Improved Style of Dramatic Dialogue after the Restora-

tion,

494

POETS.

Translations of the Ancient Poets,

494

496

Spenser and Milton,

MATTHEW PRIOR,

535

Lampoon,

For my Own Monument,

836

Dryden's Translation of Virgil,

497 Epitaph Extempore,

536

History and Biography,

498 An Epitaph,

538

SIR WILLIAM TEMPLE,

BOND The Garland,

536

Against Excessive Grief,

5612 A bra's Love for Solomon,

537

Right of Private Judgment in Religion,

504 The Thief and the Cordelier-A Ballad,

538

Poetical Genius,

504 The Cameleon,

WILLIAM W'OTTON,

806 Protogenes and Apelles,

Decline of Pedantry in England,

607 Richard's Theory of the Mind,

630

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