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Young

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XXIV. Prayer for Children

31

xxv. Jehovah Jesus ..

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XXVI. On opening a Place for Social

Prayer

ib.

XXVII. Welcome to the Table

32

XXVIII. Jesus hastening to suffer

ib.

XXIX. Exhortation to Prayer

ib.

xxx. The Light and Glory of the Word ió.

XXXI. On the Death of a Minister

33

XxxII. The Shining Light

ib.

XXXIII. The Waiting Soul

. ib.

XXXIV. Seeking the Beloved

ib

XXXV. Light shining out of Darkness 34

XXXVI. Welcome Cross

XXXVII. Afflictions sanctified by the Word ib.

XXXVIII. Temptation .

35

Xxxix. Looking upwards in a Storm ib.

XL. The Valley of the Shadow of

Death

ib.

XLI. Peace after a Storm

ib.

XLII. Mourning and Longing .

36

xlii. Self-Acquaintance

ib.

XLIV. Prayer for Patience

ib.

XLV. Submission

37

XLVI. The Happy Change

ib.

XLVII. Retirement

ib.

XLVIII. The Hidden Life

xlix. Joy and Peace in believing

L. True Pleasures

.

LI. The Christian

ib.

LII. Lively Hope and gracious Fear 39

OLNEY HYMNS.

1. Walking with God
11. Jehovah Jireh
II. Jehovah-Rophi
Iv. Jehovah-Nissi
v. Jehovah-Shalom

VI. Wisdom

24

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The

Dog and the Water-Lily

315

Catharina

The Moralizer corrected

316

The Faithful Bird

317

The Needless Alarm

ib.

On the receipt of my Mother's Picture

out of Norfolk

320

The Poplar Field

323

Idem Latine redditum

ib.

Inscription for the Tomb of Mr. Hamilton 324

Epitaph on a Hare .

ib.

Epitaphium Alterum

• 325

POSTHUMOUS POEMS OF MIDDLE

AND LATER LIFE.

ib.
Human Frailty

166
The Modern Patriot

ib.
On observing some Names of little Note ib.
Report of an adjudged Case

167
On the Burning of Lord Mansfield's
Library

ib.
On the Same

168
The Love of the World reproved

ib.
The Lily and the Rose

ib.
Idem Latine redditum

169
The Nightingale and Glow-worin

170
Votum

ib.
On a Goldfinch starved to Death in his
Cage .

ib.
The Pineapples and the Bee

171
Horace, Book 11. Ode x. .

ib.
A Reflection of the foregoing Ode

ib.
Translations from Vincent Bourne

172
The Shrubbery

173
The Winter Nosegay.

174
Mutual Forbearance

16.

To the Rev. Mr. Newton

175

'Translation of Prior's Chloe and Euphelia ib.

Boadicea. An Ode

ib.

Heroism

176

The Poct, the Oyster, and Sensitive Plant 178

To the Rev. William Cawthorne Unwin 170

327

328

A Tale, founded on a Fact .

To the Rev. Mr. Newton

Monumental Inscription to William North-

cot

ib.

Riddle

329

To Sir Joshua Reynolds.

ib.

Impromptu on reading the Chapter on Poly-

gamy, in Mr. Madan's Thelyphthora

330

On a Review condemning Thelyphthor.

ib.

On Madan's Answer to Newton's Com-

ments on Thelyphthora

.

Anti-Thelyphthora .

Love abused .

335

In Seditionem Horrendam

ib.

A Card.

High Price of Fish

To Mrs. Newton

ib.

A Poetical Epistle to Lady Austen 337

The Flatting Mill

339

To the Rey. Mr. Newton

• 340

A Simile latinised

ib.

Verses to the Memory of Dr. Lloyd. 341

The Same in English.

it.

ib.

336

ib.

358

Page

Friendship

• 342

To the Rev. William Bull

345

To Lady Austen

ib.

The Colubriad

346

To a Young Lady

Song on Peace

347

ib.

Song

ib.

On the Loss of the Royal George

348

In submersionem navigii cui, Georgius

Regale nomen, inditum

ib.

The Distressed Travellers

349

In brevitatem vitæ spatii hominibus con-

cessi

351

On the Shortness of Human Life

The Valediction

352

To an Afficted Protestant Lady in France 354

To the Immortal Memory of the Halibut 355

To a Lady

ib.

Written on a Page of "The Monthly

Review”

356

Epitaph on Dr. Johnson.

ib.

On the Author of “ Letters on Literature” ib.

To Miss C-, on her Birthday .

357

Gratitude

ib.

The Yearly Distress

Lines composed for a Memorial of Ashley

Cowper, Esq. .

359

Sonnet

On Mrs. Montagu's Feather-hanginys 360

The Negro's Complaint

361

Pity for Poor Africans

362

The Morning Dreain

363

On a Mischievous Bull

ib.

Annus Memorabilis, 1789

364

Epigram

365

Hymn

ib.

Stanzas

ib.

On a Similar Occasion

366

On a Similar Occasion

367

Ona Similar Occasion

On a Similar Occasion

ib.

On a Similar Occasion

369

Impromptu

370

On the Queen's Visit to London

ib.

The Cock-fighter's Garland

• 371

Lines after the manner of Homer

372

On the Benefit received by his Majesty

from Sea-bathing

ib.

To Mrs. Throckmorton

373

Inscription

ib.

Another

374

To Mrs. King

ib.

Stanzas

ib.

In Memory of the late John Thornton,

Esq.

375

To Rev. Walter Bagot

376

The Four Ages.

ib,

The Judgment of the Poets

377

On the Refusal of the University of Oxford

to subscribe to his Translation of Homer 378

Epitaph on Mrs. M. Higgins, of Weston ib.

The Retired Cat

ib.

Yardley Oak.

380

To the Nightingale

383

To Warren Hastings, Esq.

ib.

Lines

384

ib.

Gratitude and Love to God.

413

The Testimony of Divine Adoption . ib.

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The Neapolitan, John Baptist Manso

An Epigram

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To John Milton

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An Ode.

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Translation of Dryden's Poeni on Milton. 471

TRANSLATIONS FROM VINCENT

BOURNE.

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TRANSLATIONS FROM MILTON.

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Miscellaneous Poems.
On the Death of the Vice-Chancellor
On the Death of the Bishop of Ely
Nature unimpaired by Time
On the Platonic Idea .
To his Father
To Salsillus
To Giovanni Battista Manso
On the Death of Damon
An Ode addressed to Mr. John Rouse .

447
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TRANSLATIONS FROM THE LATIN

CLASSICS.

Virgil's Æneid, Book viii. Line 18

The Salad.

Ovid. Trist. Lib. v. Eleg. xii.

Hor. Lib. I. Ode ix.

Hor. Lib. 1. Ode xxxviii.

Another Translation of the same Ode

Hor. Lib. 11. Ode xv. .

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489

492

494

ib.

495

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EPIGRAMS, TRANSLATED FROM THE

LATIN OF OWEN.

On one Ignorant and Arrogant

Prudent Simplicity :

To a Friend in Distress

Retaliation

Self-Knowledge

Sunset and Sunrise

497

ib.

ib.

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ib.

ib.

467
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