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Ye that witness the woes I endure,
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.
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.
The flow'r, and the shrub, and the tree,
The found of a murmuring stream,
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.
To your deepest recefses I fly ;
I would vanish from every eye.
With the same fad complaint it begun;
Was faithless, and I am undone!
E Hymn to Adversity
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
199 Answer 10 ditto
79 Address of the Statues at Stow to Monimia to Philocles
82 Lord Cobham Flora to Pompey
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
Verjes written in Coke upon Dennis to Thomson
247 Written at a Ferme Ornee 317
Ode to Memory
269 The Princess Elizabeth 340
275 Songs, I.
278 2. Daphne's Visit 347
280 3. The Rose.bud
282 4. Written in a Colle Etich
of Bacchanalian Songs 349
Pin-basket 289 Rural Infcriptions,
2. In a shady Valley, near a
304| A Pastoral Ballad in four Parts,
F I N I S.
DIRECTIONS to the BINDER.
Place the musick here..
home,Allow me to muse -to sigh, Nor talk of ý change y ye ter
Phillig be hind, Ive left my dear Phillis beshind