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VERSE AND PROSE.
THE THIRD EDITION.
L O N D ON:
Printed for J. DODSLEY, at Tully's Head, in Pall-Mall.
CON T E N T s.
P 0 E M S.
The Art of Dancing.
3 An Epiftle to Lord Lovelaco
27 An Effay on Virtue
37 The Modern Fine Gentleman
47 The Modern Fine Lady
55 Horace, Epift. I. Lib. II. imitated
64 To the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Chesterfield, on his being installed Knight of the Garter
90 Toa Lady in Town, soon after her leaving the Country 90 To a Lady. Sent with a present of Shells and Stones designed for a Grotto
95 To a Lady, in Answer to a Letter wrote in a very fine Hand
97 To the Right Hon. the Lady Margaret Cavendish Harley, presented with a Collection of Poems
99 Horace, Lib. II. Od. XVI. imitated Horace, Lib. IV, OI. VIII. imitated
108 To the Hon. Miss Yorke, on her Marriage to Lord Anson
114 Chlee to Surephons a Song
IIS A 2
Page A Song
116 A Song
117 The Choice To a young Lady, going to the West-Indies 129 Chloe Angling
122 Chloe Hunting
124 On Lucinda's Recovery from the Small-Pox 125 Written in Mr. Locke's Essay on Human Understanding
127 Written in a Lady's Volume of Tragedies
128 Cupid reliev'
ibid, The Way to be Wise
129 The Snow-ball. From Petronius-Afranius 130 Anacreon, Ode XX.
131 A Translation of fome Latin Verses on the Camera Obscura.
132 The Temple of Venus
135 On a Nosegay in the Countess of Coventry's Breast. In Imitation of Waller
137 The 'Squire and the Parson; an Eclogue On the Immortality of the Soul. Translated from
the Latin of Isaac Hawkins Browne, Efq; 143
PIECES, RELIGIOUS, MORAL, and
Five Effays published in a Weekly Paper, called
PO E MS.