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To Stella, who colleśted his Poems. I I I
Apollo to the Dean. - i 17
The Run upon the Bankers. I 2.2
An excellent Song on a seditious Pamphlet. 126
The Author upon himself. 129
In Sickness. f 33
To the Earl of Oxford. I 35
Upon the South-Sea Proješ. 136
Epilogue to a Play. 146
Pethox the Great. * - 148
Joan cudgel; Ned. 152
'Stella at Wood-Park. ibid.
Part of a Summer at the House of George 6
Rochfort, Esq; - } I 5
Upon the horrid Plot discovered, " 161
Mary the Cook-Maid's Letter to Dr. Sheridan. 164
A quibbling Elegy on judge Boat. . . 167
• On Dreams. - * * * 170
Whitshed's Motto on his Coach. - 172
Werses sent by Dr. Delany to Dr. S. 173
The Answer. - - I74.
Stella’s Birth-Day, 1724. 176
A quiet Life and a good Name. 178
Riddles. - - from 181 to 197
Perses on the upright Judge, who condemned
the Drapier’s Printer. " " - } 2OO
Stella's Birth-Day, 1722. 2O2
A Receipt to restore Stella's 2%uth. 206.
To Quilca. - - 208
A Simile on the Want of Silver. - 209
On Wood the Iron-Monger. . . . 21o
Wood an Inseół. - * * - 212
Horace, Book 1, Ode 14. . . . 2 I 4.
Clever Tom Clinch going to be hanged. 217
On reading Dr. Young's Satyrs. . - 218
A Libel on Dr. Delany and Lord Carteret. 275
To Dr. Delany on the Libels writ against bim. 283
Apollo, or a Problem solv’d.
To Mr. Gay on his being made Steward to the
Duke of Queensbury. } 332
T. their “Excellencies the LoRD's JUSTICES I R E L A N D.
The Bumble Petition of FRANces HARRIs, Who muftstarve, and die a Maid if it miscarries.
Vol. II. B So,
* Earl of Berks LEY, and the Earl of Galwax.