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E L E G Y XXVI. Describing the sorrow of an ingenuous mind, on the melancholy event of a licentious amour.

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II.

ODES, SONGS, BALLADS, &c.

Rural elegance : an ode to the late duchess of Somerset. Written 1750.

105 Ode to memory. 1748.

117 The princess Elizabeth: a ballad alluding to a story

recorded of her, when she was prisoner at Woodstock, 1554.

120 Ode to a young lady, somewhat too sollicitous about ber manner of expression.

123 Nancy of the vale. A ballad.

125 Ode to indolence. 1750.

128 Ode to health. 1730.

130 To a lady of quality, fitting up her library. 1738. 133 Upon a visit to the same in winter. 1748. 135 An irregular ode after fickness. 1749.

137 Written in a flower book of my own colouring, designed for lady Plimouth. 1753-4.

142 Anacreontic. 1738.

143 Ode. Written 1739.

145 The dying kid.

147 Songs,

Songs, written chiefly between the year 1737 and
1742.

149-169
The balcyon.

170
Ode.

172
A paftoral ode, to the honourable Sir Richard Lyf-
telton.

174
Verses written towards the close of the year 1748, to
William Lyttelton, Esq.

181
Jemmy Dawson, a ballad; written about the time of bis
execution, in the year 1745.

185
A pastoral ballad, in four parts. Written 1743. - 189

III.

LEVITIES, or PIECES of HUMOUR.

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Flirt and Pbil; a decision for the ladies.

201
Stanzas to the memory of an agreeable lady, buried

in marriage to a person undeserving ber.
Colemira. A culinary eclogue.

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The rape of the trap. A ballad. 1737.

207
On certain paftorals.
On Mr. C of Kidderminster's poetry.

ibid.
To the virtuosos.
The extent of cookery.

213
The progress of advice. A common case.

214
A ballad.

215
Slender's ghost.

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The invidious.
The price of an equipage.

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The judgment of Hercules.
The progress of taste; or, the fate of delicacy.
Oeconomy, a rhapsody, addressed to young poets.
The ruin'd abby; or, the effects of superstition.
Love and bonour.
The school-mistress.

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