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III.
She is faithless, and I am undone !

Ye that witness the woes I endure,
Let reason instruct you to shun

What it cannot instruct you to cure. Beware how ye loiter in vain

Amid nymphs of an higher degree : It is not for me to explain

How fair, and how fickle they be.

IV.

Alas! from the day that we met,

What hope of an end to my woes? When I cannot endure to forget

The glance that undid my repose.
Yet time may diminish the pain :

The flow'r, and the shrub, and the tree,
Which I rear'd for her pleasure in vain,
In time

may
have comfort for me.

V.
The sweets of a dew-sprinkled rose,

The found of a murmuring stream,
The peace which from folitude flows,

Henceforth shall be Corydon's theme. High transports are shewn to the fight,

But we are not to find them our own ; Fate never bestow'd such delight,

As I with my Phyllis had known.

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VI.
O ye woods, spread your branches apace ;

To your deepest recefses I fly ;
I would hide with the beasts of the chace;

I would vanish from every eye.
Yet reed shall resound thro' the grove

With the same fad complaint it begun;
How she smild, and I could not but love ;

Was faithless, and I am undone!

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200

LEGY in a Church-yard ITbe Benedicite

177 7 Ode to Fancy

185 Education, a Poem 9 The Monkies

190 Pensourf 50 Epitapb

Ig1 Ode to a Friend in Wales. 61 Verses to Dean Swift

193 Epistle to Sir Thomas Hanmer 64 Verses written in a Garden

196 Song 71 Answer to a Love Letter

197 Modern fine Lady

73 Answer to a Lady who advis'd Elegy to Miss D-W

77
Retirement

199 Answer 10 ditto

79 Address of the Statues at Stow to Monimia to Philocles

82 Lord Cobham Flora to Pompey

901

Ode on ebe Death of Mr. Pelham 202 Arisbe to Marius Jun. 94 Verses written at Montauban Roxana to Philocles

in France 1750

207 Epilogue 107\The Revenge of America

208 Ode XI Book ift of Horace 109 The dying Indian

209 Love Letter

110 Ode on Mr. West's Translation Verses by Mr. Waller

113 of Pindar Virgil's Tomb

114 Pleafures of Melancholy 214 The Link, a Baliad

225 The Squire of Dames 121 On Bathing

226 Vanity of Human Wishes 1561 To Lady H-V-y Tears of old May-day 1700n Sir R. Walpole's Birtb-day ibid. Song for Ranelagh

196 The Lawyer's fareweito bis Muse228

102

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119 Sonne:

227

Verses

318

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338

Verjes written in Coke upon Dennis to Thomson

311
Littleton
232 Song

312
Solitude, an Ode
233|The Bulfincb in Town

313
Ode to Mr. Poyntz
243 Song written in Winter

315
Ode on the Death of a favorite Written in a tempestuous Night 316
Bulfincb

247 Written at a Ferme Ornee 317
Martial, Lib. VI. Ep. 34 249 The Goldfinches
A little Wish
250 The Blackbirds

322
Progress of Discontent
253 The Rake

325
The Fire-side
258 Flowers

327
To-morrow
262|Song

329
On Lord Cobham's Gardens 2631Tbe Cabinet

330
To a Child of five years old 264|Panacea

333
Fatber Francis's Prayer 265 The Heroines

334
Poets and News - writers Peti.

The Parting

335
rion to Mr. Pelham 267 Ode to a young Lady

337
Ode at the Inflallation of the Duke

Ode to Memory
of Newcastle

269 The Princess Elizabeth 340
Ode to an Æolus's Harp 274 Verses 'to Wm. Littelton, Esq; 348
Ode to Health

275 Songs, I.
A Vernal Ode

278 2. Daphne's Visit 347
An Autumnal Ode

280 3. The Rose.bud
Song

282 4. Written in a Colle Etich
The Genius

283

of Bacchanalian Songs 349
Translations from Horace 285 5. Imitated from the French 350
To a Lady making

Pin-basket 289 Rural Infcriptions,
Captain Cupid

291
1. Ona Root-house

351
Ode on Ambition

292

2. In a shady Valley, near a
Ode to Fancy
294 running Water

352
On the Death of a Lady's Owl 300 3. On a small Building in the
Address to an elbow Chair

302,
Gothick Tofte

353
Song

304| A Pastoral Ballad in four Parts,
Ode to a Friend wounded in a 1. Absence

354
Duel
305, Hope

356
Ode to Night
307 3. Sollicitude :

319
Verses on leaving a Friend's Hoje 4. Disappointment 361
in Wales

310

346

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F I N I S.

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DIRECTIONS to the BINDER.
The first and last leaves of this sheet are to supply the
cancels in sheet H and K.

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