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Thomson 1 The Grave

Young i On the Eternity of the Supreme Being Smarı 36

Morning Hymn of Adam and Eve Miltor On the Immensity of the Supreme Being

ib. 38

The Universal Prayer

Pope ? On the Omniscience of the Supreme Being

Hymn on Gratitude

Addison 2 On the Power of the Supreme Being,

Hymn on Providence

ib. 3 On the Goodness of the Supreme Being ib. 41

Hymn from the 19th Psalm

ib.

3

The Day of Judgment

Glynn 42

Hymn

Mrs. Rorwe 3 | Deity

Boyfe 45

Hymn

ib.

3.

-Ode to Wisdam

Miss Carter 53

Hymn from Pfalm 148

Ogilvie 4 Elegy on the Death of Lady Coventry Mason 54

Hymn

Anon.

4 Toa Young Nobleman leaving the University ib. 55

Hymn

Anon. 5 The Choice of Hercules

Psalm 4th

Merrick 5 The Hermit

Parnell 58

Píalm gth

5

Sleep

Young 60

Píalma 6th

ib. Address to the Deity

ib. 60

Plalm 8th

ib. 6 Time

ib, 60

Psalm 230

ib. 6 Retlection on Man

ib. 60

Psalm 122d
ib. 6 Life and Eternity

ib. 69

Psalm 8ih transated

Pirt 7 Time and Death

ib. 61

Psalm 24th paraphrased

ib. 7 Oppre lion, Want, and Disease

Psalm 29th

ib, 8 Death

Psalm 46th paraphrased

ib. 8 Inconsistency of Man

Psalm goth paraphrased

ib. 9 | Vanity

Psalm 144th paraphrased

ib.

9

Paternal Love

The 3d Chapter of Job

ib. 10 Conscience

.s. 62

The 25th Chapter of Job paraphrased ib. 1 Old Age
The Song of Mofes paraphrased

ib. u Self-Love

Psalm 139th paraphrased

ib. 12 Communion with Paft-Hours

Hymn to the Supreme Being Blacklock 13 Conscience

, ib. 63

Hyma on the Seasons

Thomson 14 Life

Hymn for Morning

Parnel! 15 | Bliss

Hymn for Noon

ib. 16 Friendthip

Hymn for Evening

ib. 16 Wildom, Friendship, Joy, and Happiness

The Soul in Sorrow

ib. 16 Friendihip

The Happy Man

ib. 17 Happiness

The Way to Happiness

ib. 17 Difolution of a Virtuous Ma

The Convert's Love

ib. 17 | Love

A Dehire to Praise

ib. 18 Pleasures of Meditation

On Happiness in this Life

ib. 18 Beauty

Extacy

ib. 19 Pallions

On Divine Love, by meditating on the Wounds Picture of Narcissa, Description of her Funeral,

of Christ

ib. 19 and a Reflection on Man

ib. 65

A Night Piece on Death

ib. 20 Jealousy

ib. 66

Meriah, a Sacred Eclogue

Pope 20 l'allions

ib, 66

Elegy in a Country Church-Yard Gray 21 Dying Friends

ib. 66

Hynia

Mr:, Barbauld 22 Thanks to the Deity

Himna

16. 23 | Human Life

Hymn

ib. 23 Man

Hyinn

ib. 24 Feeling

Huma

ib. 24 Rcligion

ib. 67

Address to the Deity

ib. 24 Jealousy

A Summer Evening's Meditation

ib. 25 Faith and Reason

ib. 68

Hymn to Content

ib. 26 Misfortune

ib. 68

To Wisdorn

ib. 26 Vanity and Idular n

ib. 68

Delpondency

Burns 27 Reileétion on the World

ib. 58

Death

Perseus 27 Darkness and Solicude

ib. 6S

Ingratitude

ib. 67

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Ingratsude
Young 6) The Hound and Huntsman

94

Reitections in a Church-Yard

ib. 69 The Poet and Rose

95

Retection

ib. 70 The Cur, the Horse, and the Shepherd's Dog 95

Inattention to the Voice of Death

The Court of Dcath

95

Prosperity, Content, and Ambition

The Gardner and Hog

Lyfander and Alpalia

it. 71 The Man and the Flea

Genius connected with Ignominy

The Hare and many Friends

97

Exalted Station

Ambition and Fame

FABLES for the FEMALE SEX, by Mr, MOORE,

Human Praise

Hope

ib. 72

The Eagle and the Allembly of Birds

97

Human Life compared to the Ocean ib. 72

The Panther, the Horse, and other Beasts

Humility true Greatness

ib. The Nightmgale and Gluw-worm

72

59

Pleasure

is,

Hymen and Death

72

99

l'iety

ib.

The Poet and his Patron

Earthly Happiness

The Wolf, the Sheep, and the Lamb

The Goose and the Swans

IOT

Joy

Worth

The Lawyer and Justice

Picture of a Good Man

The Farmer, the Spaniel, and Cat

103

Night

ib. 74

The Spider and the Bce

The Contrast

The Young Lion and the Ape

Reflectioa on Death

The Colt and Farmer

105

Solitude

The Owl and Nightingale

The Day of Judgment

The Sparrow and Dove

16

The Female Seducers
FABLES by Mr. GAY.
Love and Vanity

113
The Shepherd a:ad Philosopher

The Young Lady and Looking-Glass Wilkie 116

The Lion, the Tyger, and Traveller

The Boy and Rainbow

77

The Rake and Hermit

ib, us

The Spaniel and Cumeleon

The Mother, the Nurse, and the Fairy

The Youth and Philosopher

Whitehead 119

The Bee, the Ant, and the Sparrow
_7!¢ Eagle and the Allembly of Animals
'The IV Id Boar and the Rain

The Bears and Bees

Merrick 120

79

The Mifer and Plutus

The Cameleon

79

The L:01, the Fox, and the Geese

8

The Monkies, a Tale

The Fire-Side

The Lady and the Wasp

80

l be Bull and the Mafliit

8C

VISIONS for the Entertainment of Younger

1

ne Elephant and Bookfeller

81

The Peacoch, the Turkey, and the Goote 81

Minds, by Dr. COTTON.

Cipid, Hymen, and Plutus

82 Address

I 22

The Taine Stag

82 Vinon I. Slander

123

in Monkey who has seen the World

82

II. Pleasure

lle Piilofopher and theasants

II. Health

127

"Ilze Pin and leuk

IV. Content

128

Ilie Shepherd's Dog and leff

V. Happiness

130
The Painter who leafed nobody and every body 54 VI. Friend hip

132

The Lion and Cui

VII. Marriage

The Old Hien andiac Cock

85

VIII. Life

136

The Rai-Catcher and Cats

85

IX. Death

138

The Goat without a Beard

86 Songs of Praiso

The Old Woman and her Cats

86 The Excellency of ihe Bible

Te Butterry and Snail

87 The All-leeing God

The Scold and Parrot

87 Solemn Thoughts concerning God and Death ib. 144

The Cur and Mattiit

87 Heaven and Hell

The Sick Man and Angel

83 Advantages of Early Religion

The Perrian, the Sun, and the Cloud

83 Dangero; Delay

Le Fox at the Point of Death

88 Examples of Early Piety

The Setting-Dog and Partridge

89 Againit Lying

The Universal A parition

89 Against Q arrelling and Fighting

The Tivo Ossbs and Sparrow

90 Love between Brothers and Sitiers

The Courtier and Proteus

90 Against Scaling, &c.

The Mastitis

go Again Swearing, and taking God's Name
The Barley-Mow and Dunghill

97

Pythagoras and the Countryman

91 Against Idleness and Mischief

The Farmer's Wife and Raven

91 Against Evil Company

'The Turkey and Ant

Against Pride in Clothes

The Father and Jupiter

92 Obcdience to Plients

The Tivo Mionkies

92 The Child's Complaint

The Owl and Farmer

93 Morning and Evening Song

The Jugglers

93 For the Lord's Day Morning

The Council of Horses

94 For the Lord's Day Evening

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Thonon: 352

'ib. 306

ib. 361
Yalden 363

Majin 377

T. Warton 373

ib. 350

ib. 395

ib. 331

ch. 362

ib. 383
i', 383
ib. 33+
ib. 384
ib. 385
ib. 386

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Pope 165 The Chace

Somerville 310

Summer, a Pastoral

ib. 166 Rural Sports

Gay 327

Autumnn, a Pastoral

ib. 167, Love of Fame the Universal Pasion

"Young 330

Winter, a Pastoral

ib. 169' The Castle of Indolence
Windfor Forest

ib. 169 To the Memory of Sir Isaac Newton

Two Chorusses to the Tragedy of Brutus ib. 172 Hymn on Solitude

Odc on Solitude

ib. 173 Hymn to Darkness

The Dying Chriftian to his Soul

Education

Wesi 369

An Extay on Criticism

ib. 173 16s, an Elegy

The Rape of the Lock

The Triumph of Iris

To the Memory of an Unfortunate Ladyl ib. 186 Inscription in a Hermitage, &c.

The Temple of Fame

ib. 186 Monody. Written near Stratford-upon-

Happy Life of a Country Parson

Ανοι!
An Essay on Man

ib. 191 | On the Death of George II

Moral Essays

On the Marriage of the King

Epiitle to Mr. Addison, occafioned by his On the Birth of the Prince of Wales

Dialogue on Medals

Ode to Sleep

Epiile to Dr. Arbuthnot, being the Prologue The Hamlet

to the Satires

ib. 212 Ode. The First of April

Satires and Epistles of Horace imitated ib, 216 Ode. The Suicide
Epilogue to the Satires

ib. 227 Ode. Sent to a Friend

Imitations of Horace

ib. 231 The Art of Preserving Health

Armilrong 337

The Traveller

Gold/mith 234 Ode on the Spring
The Deserted Village

ib. 237 Ode on the Death of a Favourite Cat
Panegyric to my Lord Protector; of the Ode on a distant Prospect of Eton College
Greatness and joint Interest of his High-

Ode to Adversity
ners and this Nation

Wuller 241 | The Progress of Poely. A Pindaric Ode

Cooper's Hill

Dinham

242

The Bard. A Pindaric

On Mr. Abraham Cowley's Death, &c. ib. 245 The Fatal Sillers

Etav on Traatlated Verse Earlof Roscommon 246 The Delcent of Odin

Abialoni and Achitophel

Dryden 249 The Triumphs of Owen

Palamon and Arcite

ib. 267 Ode on the Intallation of the D. of Grafton ib. 410

Religio Laici

ib. 287 A Prayer for Indifference

Grevinde

413

MacFleck noe

15.
291

The Fairy's Anfier Countess of Cm 416
E:Jay on Satire

Dryden and Buckingham 292 The Beggar's Petition

Cymon and Iphigenia

Dryden 294 Pollio. An Elegiac Ode

Leiter to the Right Honourable Charles The Tears of Scotland

Smollet

413

Lord Holias

Addison 300 Ode to Mirth

The Campaign

ib. 301 Ode to Leven Warer

An Alegory on Man

Parnell 305 An Eilay on Conversation

The Book-Worin

ib. 306 The Spleen

Green

423

Imitation of French Verses

ib. 307 The Grotto

Etay on Poetry

Buckingham 307 | The Birth and Education of Genius Casing2: 439

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The Enthusiast

Whitehead 432 , Ode to Evening

Ogilvie 466

Father Francis's Prayer, in a Hermitage 433 Ode to Innocence

Songe to Ella, &c.

Chatterton 433 Descrip:ion of a Parith Poor-house

Crabbe 468

Bristowe Tragedie

ib. 433 Description of a Country Apothecary

The Mynstrelles Songe in Ælla

ib. 436 Description of a Country Clergyman visiting

Chorus in Goddwyn

the Sick

Grongar Hill

Dyer 437 Reason for describing the Vices of the Village ib. 469

Monody on the Death of his Lady L. Ly:lleion 439 Apology for Vagrants

Anon. 469

A Winter Piece

Anon. 441 Epistle to a Young Gentleman

Dr. Roberts 469

The School Mistress

Shenfione 442 Ad Amicos

Oriental Eclogues

Collins 445 | Hymn to Contentment

The Splendid Shilling

J. Phillips 448 Address to Winter

Cowper 471

Epistle to a Lady

Nugent 449 Liberty renders England preferable, &c.

Alexander's Feat

Dryden 450 Description of a Poet

Epistle to the Earl of Dorset

Phillips 452 Love Elegies

472

The Man of Sorrow

Greville

452

Great Cities allowed due Praise

Monody to a Young Lady

Sbaw

453

Wam of Discipline in English Universities ib. 475

Evening Address to a Nightingale ib. 455 Happy the Freedom of the Man whom Grace

Ode to Narcitia

makes free

Elegy in Imitation of Tibullus

ib. 456 Philofophy which ftops at Secondary Causes

Propag. of the Gospel in Greenland Cowper 456 reproved

On Slavery and the Slave Trade

ib.

457

Rural Sounds as well as Sights delightful

On Liberty, and in Praise of Mr. Howard ib. 457 Wearifomeness of a Life of Pleasure

On Doineltic Happiness, &c.

ib. 458 Satirical Review of our Trips to France

On the Employment of an Idle Life ib.

453 The Pulpit the Engine of Reformation

The Post coines in, &c.

ib, 458 The Petit Maitre Clergyman

A Fragnient

Mallet 459 Verses on a Pedestal, ntar Richmond Ferry

Ode to Evening

Yol. Warton 460

By the Aużbor of Love Elegies 479

Epittolary Vertes to G. Colman R. Lloyd 469 The Recantation

By :be Jame 479

Od to Arthur Ontlow, Efq.

461 | The Country Life

Cowley 480

Ode to Melancholy

Ogilvie 462 Of Justice

Ode to the Genius of Shakespeare Ogilvie 463 Progress of Learning

Ode to Time

ib. 465 Conversation. A Tale

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Odolay 165

DESCRIPTIONS, DETACHED SENTENCES, Character of an excellent Man

Rowe 165

SIMILIES, &c.

Pags Virtue the only true Source of Nobility Th.m3a 16

Happinefs of a Free Government Johnson 153 The happy Ericets of Misfortune

ib. 165

Killing of a Boar

Otway 163 Description of the Morning

Description of a Populous City Young 163 Another

Lee IOS

Rural Courtthap

Dryden 163 The charming Notes of the Nightingale ib, 16%

Defc. of a person lefton a Desart Island Thomjon 163 The same

Rt 106

The First Feats of a Young Eagle Rowe rúž | A worthless Person can claim no Merit irom

True End of Education

the Virtue of his Ancestors

Rose 266

Filial Piety

Mallet 163 | The Love of our Country the greatı It of Vir.

The same

Thomson 164

Thom in 165

Bad Fortune more easily borne than good Rowe 164 The lame

Whitebead 166

Despair never to be indulged Philips 164 In what Philosophy really consists Thonjon 166

A Friend to Freedom never can be a Traitor Scipio restoring the Captive Mistress to her Royal

Thomson 764 Lover
Description of a Hag

Orrvay 164 The Bletings of Peace
Happiness the infeparable Companion of Virtue Providence

Rowe 164 Prudence
Honour superior to Juftice

Thomson 164 Description of Ships appearing at a Diftance,

In what Manner Princes ihould be taught Malles 164 and approaching the Shore

Dryden 167

True End of Royalty

ib. 164 Viriue preferable to Rank

Kowe 168

The real Duty of a King

Rowe 165 Description of an ancient Cathedral Congreve 163

Character of a good King

Thomjon 165 Defcription of a Triumph

Lee 163

The Guilt of bad Kings

Mallet 165 | A Shepherd's Life happier than a King's Hill 168

The true End of Life

Thomjon 165 Virtue its own Reward

Rowe 168

The same

Jobnion 165 | No Difficulties insuperable to the Prudent and

A Lion overcome by a Man

Lee 163

Brave

Rowe 168

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SPENSER'S FAIRY QUEE N. Lion--Love-MadnessMastiff-Mediocrity

UESSA weeping over her Enemy, &c. 169

187

169 Minerva--Morning--Mountain

Lucifera ascending her Coach

170 Mutability--Night-Occafon

Description of Prince Arthur in his Habili. Palace of Sleep -- Tyger - Winds - Sun

ments of War

170 Phaeton-Sight--Slander

190

Descrip. of Diana with her Nymphs, returned Storm-Superstition-Sufpicion Venus IUS

from the Chace, and preparing to bathe 170 Temple of Venus

192

Description of a Garden

193

Description of the Garden of Adonis

170

Devastation which Time makes in this Garden '170

MILTON'S PARADISE LOST.

Description of Jupiter

171 The Arrival of Satan at Hell, with the Allegory

Guyon conducted by Mammon thro' a Cave 171 of Sin and Death
Description of Despair, and her Speech 171 | Milton's Address to the Sun

195
Adonis's Garden-Arteations-Ainbition 173 Address from the Deity to his Son
Anguith-Arbour-Avarice-Bathfulncis 174 | Satan's Address to the Sun

196
Beauty-Boar-Bower of Bliss
575 Description of Adam and Eve

197

Power of Proteus

176 | Adam's Address to Eve, relative to the Tree

Bulla-Calumny-Cannon--Charity-Concord of Knowledge, and Eve's Reply

-Contemplation--Cupid

177 Discourse between Adam and Eve retiring to

Danger-Day-break-Death

178 Reit, with the Description of their Bower 198
Defamation-Defire-Detraction-Discord 179 | Wedded Love

199
Discord's House-Dolphin

180 Adain's Morning Salutation, and Eve's Dream 277

Doubt--Dungeon-Eagle--Ease-Envy 181 | The Battle of Angels

Error-Excels-Faith-Falcon--Fancy 182 The Angels Second Battle, and the Melial's

Fear -- Ship-- Feeling --- Firç-- First Agema Victory on the Third Day

Flood-Fury-Giant

183 Formation of the World, and Man, related by

Gluttony Greediness - Grief Griffon

Raphael to Adam

Gruve-Harmony--Hearing

184 Adarn's Account of himself to Raphael

Hermitage -- Hippolytus Honour - Hope --- Eve's Afcendancy over Adam, &c.

Hidra---Hypocrite-Idleness

185 | Adam's Advice to Eve to avoid Teinptation

Banciance--Inconftancy--- Incontinence Le- God's Sentence in Paradise

Chery--Life

186 Adarn's Suliloquy after his Falt

Christ

213

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