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The Conclusion. God exalted above all Praise ib. after Mr. Dryden. An Epigram
Ad Reverendum Virum Dominum Johannem
To Mr. William Nokes. Friendship. ib. To Mrs. Singer, afterwards Mrs. Rowe, on the
To the much-honoured Mr. Thomas Rowe, the
To the Reverend Mr. John Shower, on the
Death of his Daughter Mrs. Anne Warner. ib.
To the Reverend Mr. John Howe
A funeral Poem on the Death of Thomas
On Mr. Locke's Annotations upon several Parts
DIVINE SONGS FOR CHILDREN.
To Mr. Nicholas Clark. The Complaint ib. Praise to God for our Redemption
To the right hon. John Lord Cutts, at the Siege Praise for Birth and Education in a Christian
To Mrs. B. Bendish. Against Tears..... 60 Praise to God for learning to read....
To David Polhill, Esq. An Epistle...... 61 Solemn Thoughts of God and Death........ jb.
To David Polhill, Esq. An Answer to an in- Love betweeu Brothers and Sisters
To Mitio, my friend. An Epistle........... ib. For the Lord's Day Moruing
The Hosanna : or Salvation ascribed to Christ ib. A Summer Evening
POEMS OF A. PHILIPS.
EPIGRAMS AND SHORT POEMS.
Preface to the Pastoral Poems .................. 107 To Miss Margaret_Pulteney, (Daughter of
Daniel Pulteney, Esq.) in the Nursery ib.
The fourth Pastoral. Myco, Argol
To the Earl of Dorset........
ib. Epitaph written on the Monument of my Kins-
of the Lords Justices appointed by his Ma- The Fable of Thule, unfinished.......... ib.
Song.---Why we love, and why we hate......... ib. The second OdeOn Women
To the Memory of the late Earl of Halifax... 121 A Hymn to Venus, From the Greek of Sappho ib.
ib. ther. Anonymous; from Steele's Collection. ib.
ODES OF PINDAR.
On the Abuse of Travelling. A Canto, in Inscription on a Summer-House belonging to
Mr. West, at Wickam, in Kent.......... ib.
Ode to a Lady, on the Death of Col. Charles
I. Selim ; or, the Shepherd's Moral 195 May, 1745
IV. Agib and Secander; or, the Fugitives 197 The Manners. An Ode
Ode, written in the Year 1746.-How sleep Observations on the Oriental Eclogues. ib.
ib. Observations on the Odes descriptive and al-
III. On the untimely Death of a certain
VII. He describes his Vision to an Ac- Nancy of the Vale. A Ballad
XUI. To a Friend, on some slight Occa- Ode. Written 1739.—'Twas not by beauty's
State of the woollen Manufactory. ib.
X. 1743.—The fatal bours are wondrous
279 A pastoral Ode To the honou able Sir Ri-
tary Life .....
280 Love and Music. Written at Oxford, wben
Rural Elegance. An Ode to the late Dutchess
LEVITIES; OR, PIECES OF HUMOUR.
The Rape of the Trap. A Ballad. 1737 301 VIII. On the Assignation Seat ....
On Mr. C- of Kidderminster's Poetry ib. X. On a Seat
Inscription to the Memory of A. L. Esq. ib.
ning of a Collection of Flowers,
Simile.-What village but has sometimes seen. ib.
stone, as a proper Inscription for
The Ruined Abbey; or, the Effects of Super-
The School-Mistress. In Imitation of Spenser. 326 To. Mr. R. D. on the Death of Mr. Sbenstone. ib.
Verses written at the Gardens of William
Shenstone, Esq. near Birmingham, 1756 ... 334
V. On the Back of a Gothic Alcore .... 329 Extract from Mr. Mason's English Garden,
The last Day. In three Books.
VI. On Women. Inscribed to the
Ocean. An Ode......
387 cifixion ..........