Air XV. Along your verdant lowly vale 152 Air XX. What's all the pomp of gaudy courts, 153
XVI. Thu' my dress, as my manners, is XXI. Return, sweet lass, to flocks and swains, ib.
simple and plain
153 XXII. Again in rustic weeds array'd .... ib.
XVII. From flow'r to flow'r the butterfly ib. XXIII. Why should I now, my love,complain, ib.
XVIII. When far from fashion's gilded scene, ib. XXIV. No doubt but your fool's-cap bas
XIX. Flattering hopes the mind deceiving, ib.
The Anthor's Life, by Mr. Chalmers...... 177
head's Verses, which were published and ad-
dressed to the People of England in the
A Pastoral. Written by the Author, when a
Stadent at Trinity College, Cambridge, and A Hint to a young Person, for his better Im-
first printed in the eighth Volume of the provement by Reading or Conversation ...... 201
........... 185 To Lady B-W-, upon her presenting the
A Description of Tanbridge, in a Letter to Author with the Moiety of a Lottery Ticket ib.
P. M. Esq...
186 The Centaur fabulous........
A full and true Account of an horrid and bar- Thoughts on the Constitution of human Nature,
barous Robbery, committed on EppingForest, as represented in the Systems of modern
upon the Body of the Cambridge Coach. Philosophers.......
lo a Letter to M. F. Esq.....
187 On the Patron of England, in a Letter to Lord
A Letter to R. L. Esq. on his Departure from Willoughby, President of the Antiquarian
Verses, spoken extempore at the Meeting of a On specious and superficial Writers
Club,upon the President's appearing in a black The passive Participle's Petition to the Printer
Bob Wig, who usually wore a white Tye 189 of the Gentleman's Magazine
190 The Beau and the Bedlamite
Contentment: or, the happy Workman's Song 191 An Answer to the following Letter, requesting
The Dissection of a Beau's Head. From the the Anthor's Solution of a Rebus, commonly
Spectator, No. 275..
ascribed to Lord Chesterfield
Song.-Why, prithee now, what does it signify 192 The Rebus
Extempore Verses, upon a Trial of Skill be The Answer
tween the two great Masters of the Science Thoughts on Rhyme and blank Verse
of Defence, Messrs. Figg and Sutton 193 St. Philip Neri and the Youth.
Verses spoken at the breaking up of the Free Advice to the rev. Messrs. Hand H- to
Grammar School, in Manchester. The three
Black Crows. A Tale.......
194 | To the same, on preaching extempore
Feres spoken on the same Occasion with the On Clergymen preaching Polities. To R-
ib. L, Esq....
The Ape and the Fox, a Fable. Spoken on Moses's Vision ..
the same Occasion
195 On the Author's Coat of Arms .........
Dalces ante omnia Musæ. Spoken on the Verses intended to have been spoken at the
ib. breaking up of the Free Grammar Schoul
The country Fellows and the Ass. A Fable. in Manchester, in the Year 1758
Spoken on the same Occasion......
196 | A Dialogue on Contentment
Spoken on the same Occasion...
197 Tom the Porter
ib. An Epistle to a friend, on the Art of English
199 On Inoculation. Written when it first began
On Pat ence. Written at the Request of a to be practised in England
ib. An Answer to some Inquiries concerning the
Remarks upon Di. Akcnside's and Mr. White- Author's Opinion of a Sermon preached at