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Stella's Birth-day, 1720.

Page 168
To Stella, who collected and transcribed his Poems, 170
To Stella, visiting me iņ my, Sickness.

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Elegy on the Death of Demar, the Usurer. 179
Epitaph on a Miser...

181
To Mrs. Houghton of Bormount, upon praising
her Husband to Dr. Swift.

ibid.
Verses written on a Window, at the Deanry-house,
St. Patrick's.

182
On another Window.

ibid.
Apollo to the Dean.

183
News from Parnassus. By Dr. Delany.

186
The Rur upon the Bankers.

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The Description of an Irish Feast.

192
An excellent, new Song on a seditious Pamphlet,
1720.

193
The Progress of Beauty.
of Poetry.

199
The South-Sea Project. 1721.
The Dog and Shadow.
To a Friend, who had been much abused in many
different Libels.

ibid.
Billet to the Company of Players.
The Prologue.

ibid.
Epigram.
Frologue to a Play for the Benefit of the Distressed
Weavers. By Mr. Sheridan.

ibid.
Epilogue, by the Dean.

214
A Poem, by Dr. Delany, on the preceding Prologue
and Epilogue.

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On Gaulstown-house, by Dr. Delany. Page 218
The Country-Life. Part of a Summer spent at
Gaulstown-house.

219
Thomas Sheridan, Clerk, to George-Nim-Dan-
Dean, Esq.

224
George-Nim-Dan-Dean's Answer.

225
George-Nim-Dan-Dean's Invitation to Thomas

Sheridan.
To George-Nim-Dan-Dean, Esq; upon his incom-

parable Verses, &c. By Dr. Delany, in She-
ridan's Name.

229
To Mr. Thomas Sheridan, upon his Verses written
in Circles. By Dr. Swift.

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On Sheridan's Circular Verses. By Mr. George
Rochfort.

232
On Dan Jackson's Picture cut in Silk and Paper. 233
Several Verses on the same Picture, 234 and 235
Dan Jackson's Defence.

236
Mr. Rochfort's Reply.

238
Dr. Delany's Reply.

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Sheridan's Reply

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A Rejoinder by the Dean, in Jackson's Name. 243
Another Rejoinder by the Dean, in Jackson's
Name.

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Sheridan's Submission. By the Dean.

246
To the Rev. Daniel Jackson. To be humbly pre-

sented by Mr. Sheridan in Person, with Respect,
Care, and Speed.

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To Dr. Sheridan, on his Art of Punning.

250
Stella to Dr. Swift. On his Birth-day, Nov. 30,
5:3721,

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On Dreams. An Imitation of Petronius. 1724. Page 292. Whitfhed's Motto on his Coach.

294 Sent by Dr. Delany to Dr. Swift, in order to be

admitted to speak to him, when he was deaf, 295 The Answer.

ibid. A quiet Life and a good Name. To a Friend who married a Shrew.

297 The Birth of Manly Virtue, inscribed to Lord

Carteret.
Verses on the Upright Judge who condemned the
Drapier's Printer.

305 On the same.

ibid.. On the fame. (The Judge speaks.)

ibid. Riddles.

306–331 A Receipt to restore Stella's Health..

332 Stella's Birth-day, 1724-5.

334 An Epigram on Wood's Brass Money. A Simile on our Want of Silver, and the only Way to remedy it. 1725.

337 Wood, an Insect. On Wood the Iron-monger.

340 Will Wood's Petition to the People of Ireland;

being an excellent new Song, supposed to be made and sung in the Streets of Dublin, by William Wood, Iron-monger and Halfpenny-monger.

341 Another Song on Wood's Half-p

-pence.

343 A serious Poem upon William Wood, Brasier,

Tinker, Hardwareman, Coiner, Founder, and
Efquire

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C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ 3.
To Dr. Sheridan.
To Quilca, a Country-House of Dr. Sheridan's in
no very good Repair, 1925.

351 The Blessings of a Country Life.

352 The Plagues of a Country Life.

ibid. Dr. Sheridan to Dr. Swift.

ibid. Dr. Swift's Answer.

353 A Portrait from the Life.

354 Upon stealing a Crown when the Dean was asleep. By Dr. Sheridan.

355 The Dean's Answer.

ibid. The Storm; Minerya's Petition.

356 Ode on Science,

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