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Not one immoral, one corrupted thought,
Oh! may to-night your favourable doom
OU, who, lupreme o'er every work of wit,
In judgment here, unaw'd, unbials'd, fit,
But if fimplicity, with force and fire, ·
VIRIDANTIA TEMPE! TEMPE, QVAE SYLVAE CINGVNT SVPERIMPEN
II. On a Rocky FANCY Seaf.
EGO LAVDO RVRIS AMOENI, RIVOS; ET MVSCO CIRVMLITA SAXA NEMVSQVE.
TO THE MEMORY OF
WILLIAM SHENSTONE, ESQUIRE ;
IN WHOSE VERSES
WERE ALL THE NATURAL GLACES,
AND IN WHOSE MANNERS
WAS ALL THE AMIABLE SIMPLICITY,
OF PASTORAL POETRY,
WITH THE SWEET TENDERNESS
OF THE ELEGIAC.
IV. On the Pedestal of an URN,
ANN. DOM. MDCCXLIV.
V. On a BENCH.
MODO IN TENACE GRAMINE;
QVAERVNTVR IN SYLVIS AVES :
SOMNOS QVOD INVITET LEVES.
VI. On THOMSON'S SEAT t.
* A Doric portico in another part of the park is ho-
† A very handsome and well-finished building, in
I. Uncertainty. To Mr. Pope,
Soliloquy of a Beauty in the country. Written at
11 Blenheim. Written at the University of Oxford, in the Year 1727,
19 To the Reverend Dr. Ayscough, at Oxford. Written from Paris in the Year 1728,
25 To Mr. Poyntz, Ambassador at the Congress of Soiffons, in 1728. Written at Paris,
30 Verses to be written under a Picture of Mr. Poyntz, 33 An Epiftle to Mr. Pope. From Rome, 1730. 34 To Lord Hervey, in the Year 1730. From Worcestershire,
37 Advice to a Lady. 1731.
Song. Written in the Year 1732,
Page 44 Song. Written in the Year 1733, Damon and Delia. In Imitation of Horace and Lydia. Written in the Year 1732,
47 Ode, in Imitation of Pastor Fido. Written Abroad
49" Parts of an Elegy of Tibullus. Translated 1729-30,
30 Song. Written in the Year 1732, Verses written at Mr. Pope's House at Twicken
ham, which he had lent to Mrs. Greville. In August, 1735.
53 Epigram, To Mr. Welt, at Wickham. Written in the Year 1740,
ibid. To Miss Lucy Fortescue,
5$ To the same ; with Hammond's Elegies, ibid. To the same,
56 To the same,
ibid. A Prayer to Venus, in her Temple at Stowe. To
the same, To the same. On her pleading Want of Time,
58 To the same,
59 To the same,
60 To the same ; with a new Watch,
61 An Irregular Ode. Written at Wickham in 1746. To the fame,
ibid. To the Memory of the fame Lady. A Monody. A. D. 17479