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XIII. The time to beguile .....
Another Prologue to the Earl of Westmorland. ib.
rows some may beg
Epilogue to the Play of What we must all
XIX. The Indies thy toilet shall grace... ib.
To Mr. B- -, on advertising bis Treatise on
Two trifling airs omitted here.
XXVII. How mild, in this ruby, pale Chas-
The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers............... 445 III. Written in Harvest
Æolian Harp in February Magazine, 1754. ib.
Serim ; the Artificial Famine. An East In-
1. Written at the Approach of Spring ib. Li-Po; or, the Good Governor. A Chinese
On the Neglect of Poetry. In Imitation of Sonnet to Vasco de Gama. From Tasso ib.
An Epithalamium. Written in Hebrew by
An Essay on Virtue. To the honourable Phi. The Snow-Ball. From Petronius Afranius ib.
596 Anacreon, Ode xx. Greek and English ib.
To a Lady, in Answer to a Letter wrote in a A Simile
very fine Hand
To the right hon. thc Lady Margaret Caven- On seeing the Earl of Chesterfield at a Ball at
Horatii, Lib. ii. Ode xvi. Imitated. To the An Ode.--I'll combat Nature, interrupt her
hon. Philip Yorke, Esq. Soon after the
general Election in 1747
ib. Wrote at the Countess of Salisbury's Assem-
Horatii, Lib. iv. Od. viii. Imitated. To the bly, 1787..
608 Epitaph on Dr. Samuel Johnson
To the hon. Miss Yorke, on her Marriage to On a late execrable Attempt against his Ma-
ib. On the Immortality of the Soul. Translated