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ODES ON SEVERAL SUBJECTS,

VI. To William Hall, Esquire, with the

Works of Chaulieu

113

VII, To the right reverend Benjamin Lord

Bishop of Winchester

114

I, Preface

97

VIII.

115

II. No. I. For the Winter Solstice .. ib.

IX. At Study

II. On the Winter Solstice

98

X. To Thomas Edwards, Esquire, on the

III. To a Friend, unsuccessful in Love 99

late Edition of Mr. Pope's Works ib.

IV. Affected Indifference.

To the same. ib.

XI. To the country Gentlemen of England.. 116

V. Against Suspicion

99

XII. On recovering from a Fit of Sickness, in

VI. Hymn to Cheerfulness

100

the Country

117

VII. On the Use of Poetry

101

XIII. To the Author of Memoirs of the House

VIII. On leaving Holland

ib.

of Brandenburgh

118

IX. To Curio

102

XIV. The Complaint .....

ib.

X. To the Muse

104

XV. On domestic Manners. (Unfinished.). 119

XI. On Love. To a Friend..

ib.

Notes on the two Books of Odes

ib.

XII. To Sir Francis Henry Drake, Bart.... ib.

XIII. On Lyric Poetry

105 Hymn to the Naiads

121

XIV. To the hon. Charles Townshend, Prom Notes on the Hymn to the Naiads..

123

the Country....

106

XV. To the Evening Star

107

INSCRIPTIONS.

XVI. To Caleb Hardinge, M. D.

ib

I. For a Grotto

126

XVI. On a Sermon against Glory

108

II. For a Statue of Chaucer at Woodstock, ib.

XVIH. To the right honourable Francis Earl III. Whoe'er thou art, whose path in sum-

of Huntingdon.......

ib.

mer lies.

ib.

IV. O youths and virgins: O declining eld. ib.

V. Gulielmus III..

ib,

1. Remonstrance of Shakspeare, supposed

VI. For a Column at Runnymede

ib.

to have been spoken at the Theatre-

VII. The Wood-Nymph

127

Royal, while the French Comedians VIII, Ye powers unseen, to whom the bands

ib.

were actiug by Subscription.........

of Greece

110

II. To Sleep

ib,

111

IX. Me though in life's sequestered vale .

III. To the Cuckow

ib. An Epistle to Curio..........

ib.

IV. To the hon. Charles Townshend. In the Love. Au Elegy

130

Country....

112 A British Philippic

131

V. On Love of Praise....

113 | Hymn to Science...

132

BOOK II.

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An Epistie to Mr. Pope, from Rome, 1730 ... 174 Addition, extempore, by Earl Hardwicke...... 184

To Lord Hervey. In the Year 1730. From Letter to Earl Hardwicke: occasioned by the

Worcestershire

ib. foregoing Verses

ib.

Advice to a Lady, 1731

175 | Hymen to Eliza

ib.

Song. Written in the Year 1732.-When De- On reading Miss Carter's Poems in Manu-

lia on the plain appears..

176

script

ib.

Song. Written in the Year 1733.-The heavy Mount Edgecumbe......

ib.

bours are almost past....

ib. Invitation. To the Dowager Dutchess D'Ai-

Damon and Delia. In Imitation of Horace guillon.

185

and Lydia. Written in the Year 1732 ... ib. To Colonel Drumgold...

ib.
Ode in Imitation of Pastor Fido. Written Epitaph on Captain Grenville

ib.

abroad in 1729 .....

177 On Good-Humour. Written at Eton School,

Parts of an Elegy of Tibullus. Translated, 1729....

ib.

1729-30

ib. Some additional Stanzas to Astolfo's Voyage

Song. Written in the Year 1732.–Say, Myra, to the Moon, in Ariosto .....

186

why is gentle love

178 To a young Lady. With the Tragedy of Ve-

Verses, written at Mr. Pope's House at Twice nice Preserved

ib.

kenham, which he had lent to Mrs. Gre- Elegy.-Tell me, my heart, fond slave of

ville. ln August 1735 ....

ib.

hopeless love

ib.

Epigram-None without hope e'er lov'd the Inscription for a Bust of Lady Suffolk; de-

brightest fair

signed to be set up in a Wood at Stowe,

To Mr. West at Wickham. Written in the

1732....

187

Year 1740

ib. Sulpicia to Ceriothus in her Sickness. From

To Miss Lucy Fortescue...

ib. Tibullus. Sent to a Friend, in a Lady's

To the same; with Hammond's Elegies ib. Name

ib.

To the same

ib. Sulpicia to Cerinthus ...

ib.

To the same

ib. Cato's Speech to Labienus, in the ninth Book

A Prayer to Venus. In her Temple at Stowe. of Lucan .....

ib.

To the same

179 To Mr. Glover on the Poem of Leonidas.

To the same. On her pleading want of Time. ib. Written in the Year 1734.

ib.

To the same

ib. To William Pitt, Esq. on his losing his Com-

To the same

ib. mission, in the Year 1756..

188

To the same. With a new Watch

ib. Prologue to Thomson's Coriolanus. Spoken

An irregular Ode. Written at Wickham in

by Mr. Quin

ib.

1740. To the same

ib. Epilogue to Lillo's Elmerick

ib.

To the Memory of the same Lady. A Mo- Inscriptions at Hagley.

Dody, A. D. 1747....

180 1. On a View from an Alcove

ib.

Verses making Part of an Epitaph on the II. On a rocky fancy Seat

ib.

same Lady

182

III. To the Memory of Shenstone

ib.

Horace, Book iv. Ode iv. Written at Oxford, IV. On the Pedestal of an Urn

ib.

1725...

ib. V, On a Bench

189

Virtue and Fame. To the Countess of Egre- VI. On Thomson's Seat

ib.
183

ib.

218

ib.

POEMS OF CAIVTHORNE.

........ 247

............ 250

...

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305 Independence

IV.

313 | The Journey

The Conference

328 | Dedication to Churchill's Sermons.

...

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers .......... 425 Song.--He that love hath never try'd 445
A Card from the Author to David Garrick, Esq. 429 Sappho's Hymn to Venus imitated

ib.

Imitations from Anacreon.

Day. A Pastoral.

Ode LVIII.

Morning

........... 431

ib.

Noon ....

ib.

Ode IX. The Dove

ib.

Evening

432

The Dance

446

Ode XIV..

ib.

ib.

The Contemplatist. A Night-piece

Ode XXXI. To the Swallow..

The Thrush and Pie. A Tale

453

ib.

Palemon: a Pastoral

434 | The Picture: a Tale

447

The Hawthorn Bower

ib. The Witch: a Tale...

ib.

The Ant and Caterpillar, a Fable
ib. Reputation: an Allegory

ib.

Phillis : a pastoral Ballad

435 The Rose and Butterfly: a Fable

ib.

Pomona: a Pastoral. On the Cider Bill being

The Sheep and the Bramble-bush: a Fable 448

passed

ib. The Fox and the Cat: a Fable

ib.

May-Eve: or, Kate of Aberdeen
ib. Hymen .......

ib.

Kitty Fell

436 Fortune: an Apologue

449

Thyrsis

ib. A Man to my Mind. (Wrote at the Request of

Clarinda

ib. a Lady)

450

Fanny of the Dale

ib. With a Present

ib.

A Song sent to Chloe with a Rose

437 Fancy: a Song in a Pantomime Entertainment 451

Stanzas on the Forwardness of Spring
ib. Love and Chastity: a Cantata

ib.
On the Approach of May
ib. Amphitrion

ib.

The Violet

438 Anacreon. Ode xix. imitated

452

The Narcissus .....................

ib. Newcastle Beer

ib.

A Landscape
ib. | The Toast: a Catch

ib.

Melody

459 A three part Catch..

453

Delia, A Pastoral.

ib. On Sir W— B-t's Birth-day

ib.

The Sycamore Shade. A Ballad

ib. Stanzas spoken at a Play at the Theatre in

Damon and Phyllis. A pastoral Dialogue 440 Sunderland, for the Benefit of the Corsicans ib.

The Warning

ib. The Respite:'a Pastoral

ib.

Handay Gown

ib.

An irregular Ode on Music....

ib.

Daphne: a Song

441

From a Truant to his friends..

454

Corydon: a Pastoral. To the Memory of

To the Author of Poems. Written by Nobody. ib.

William Shepstone

ib. A Birth-day Ode: performed at the Castle of

Damon and Phæbe.........

ib.

Dublin.

ib.

A pastoral Hymn to Jangs. On the Birth of The broken China

ib.

the Queen

455

An Inscription on the House at Mavis-Bank,

On the late Absence of May. Written in the

Dear Edinburgh, situated in a Grove........, ib.

Year 1771

ib.

The Inscription imitated.........

ib. An Eulogium on Masonry. Spoke by Mr.
Anther Inscription on the same House... ib. Diggs, at Edinburgh

ib.

Imitated

443

PROLOGUES AND EPILOGUES.

Content. A Pastoral

ib. A Prologue, spoke at the Opening of the

Corvdon and Phillis. A Pastoral

ib, Theatre at York after it was elegantly en-

An Elegy on a Pile of Ruins ...

ib. larged

456

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A Prologue, spoke at the Opening an elegant To Chloe, on a Charge of Inconstancy...' 462

little Theatre at Whitby.....

456 Incantation. Performed at the Theatre in Sun-

A Prologue on Opening the Theatre at Whitby

derland, in a new Pantomime

ib,

the ensuing Scason

ib. Fortune to Harlequin. In a Pantomime

ib

A Prologue, spoke in the Character of a Sailor, Acrostic

ib

on Opening the new Theatre at North Shields ib. On the Death of Mrs. Sleigh, of Stockton...
An Epilogue, spoke at Norwich, in the Charac-

Acrostic. On Polly Sutton

ib.
ter of Mrs. Deborah Woodcock, in Love in On the Death of Lord Granby

ib.

a Village

457 On the Death of Mr. of Snoderland 463

A Prologue to the Muse of Ossian..

ib. A Petition to the worshipful Free Masons, de-

An Epilogue, spoke in the Character of Lady livered from the Stage by a Lady at a Comedy

Townly, in the Provoked Husband

ib.

countenanced by that Praternity

ib.

An Epilogue,spoke at Edinburgh, in the Charac.

An Ode for the Birth-day of the King of Prussia ib.

ter of Lady Fanciful ....

458 An Ode, composed for the Birth-day of the

An Eulogium on Charity. Spoke at Alnwick, late General Lord Blakeney

ib.

in Northumberland, at a charitable Benefit

On a very young Lady

464

Play, 1765

ib. A Sonnet: 'addressed to Miss S-

ib.

An Epilogue, designed to be spoke at Alnwick, Anacreon. Ode v. imitated. The Rose

ib.
on resigning the Playhouse to a Party de-

Moschus. Idyllium vü. (As translated by Dr.
tached from the Edinburgh Theatre

ib.
Broome.) To the Evening Star

ib,
A Prologue to Love and Fame. Spoke at Pastoral.-

Where the fond zephir through the

Scarborough.

459

woodbine plays

ib.

A Prologue to Rule a Wife. Spoke at Edinburgh ib. To Chloe, in an ill Humour

465

A Prologue, on reviving the Merchant of Venice,

at the Time the Bill had passed for Natura-

EPIGRAMS, &c.

lizing the Jews .......

ib. Epigram.--A member of the modern great... ib.

A Prologue, for some country Lads, perform-

Another.--To Wasteall, whose eyes were just

ib.

closing in death

ing the Devil of a Wife, in the Christmas

Holidays

ib. On Mr. Churchill's Death

ib.

A Postscript

A Prologue, on Opening the new Theatre in

Newcastle, 1766

ib. Epigram for Dean Swift's Monument

An Introduction, spoke at the Theatre in Sun- Epigram.-Could Kate for Dick compose the

derland, to a Play performed there for the

Gordian string..

Benefit of the Widows and Orphans of that

Apollo to Mr.C

---, on his being sa-

460

Place

lib.

tirized by an ignorant Person....

An Elegiac Ode on the Death of his late Majesty ib. Ori secing J.C—ft, Esq. abused in a Newspaper ib.

Horace, Ode x. Book iv. imitated

461 Verses, written about three weeks before his a

Sent to Miss Bell H--, with a Pair of Buckles ib. Death

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POEMS OF GRAINGER.

The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers............. 469 | Book I.
Solitude. An de

475 II.
Bryan and Pyreene. A West Indian Ballad , 477 III.
The Sugar-Cape: a Poem in four Books.

IV.

Preface

478

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