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A Collection of Poems in Four Volumes.By Several Hands.The Second EditionVol II.     

A Collection of Poems in Two Volumes. By Several Hands. A Collection of Poems. The Second Edition. Vol. II.
George Pearch, compiler

Index to the Second Volume

ORIENTAL Eclogues. By William Collins.

Eclogue I. Selim, or the Shepherd's Moral. 1

Eclogue II. Hassan, or the Camel-driver. 2

Eclogue III. Abra, or the Georgian Sultana. 8

Eclogue IV. Agib and Secander, or the Fugitives. 11

Ode on the Death of Mr. James Thomson. By the Same. 15

Ode to Pity. By the Same. 17

Ode to Simplicity. By the Same. 19

Ode to Peace. By the Same. 22

Ode to Mercy. BTS. 23 1

Ode to Liberty. BTS. 24

Ode to Fear. BTS. 31

Ode on the Poetical Character. BTS. 34

The Manners: An Ode. BTS. 38

The Passions: An Ode. BTS. 41

Written on a Paper, which contained a Piece of Bride Cake. By Mr.Collins. 46

London, or the Progress of Commerce. By Mr. Glover. 48

Modern Virtue. [anon.] 72

A Monody to the Memory of Mrs. Woffington. By Mr. Hoole. 85

Spring, a Pastoral Ballad. By Mr. Brerewood. 94

Summer. BTS. 97

Autumn. BTS. 99

Winter. BTS. 102

The Cure of Saul, a sacred Ode. By Dr. Brown. 104

An Inscription at a favourite Retirement, in May, 1758. [anon.] 115

An Elegy Written among the Ruins of an Abbey. By Mr. Jerningham. 117

Il Latte, an Elegy. By the same. 123

The Transformation of Lycon and Euphormius. By William Melcomb, Esq. 128

A Tale. By the same. 135

Epistle to Sappho. By the same. 137

Verses written in London at the Approach of Spring. [anon.] 139

Woodstock, an Elegy, written in the Year 1759. [anon.] 151

Ode on the Rebellion in the Year 1745. By Dr. Schomberg. 164

Heaven: A Poem. By the Rev. Mr. Scott. 177

Ode on Sleep. BTS. 189

Ode on Pleasure. BTS. 193

Ode on Despair. BTS. 198

Ode to the Muse. BTS. 203

The Wish: An Elegy to Urania. By Dr. Blacklock. 207

Hymn to Fortitude. By the Same. 211

Ode against Ill Nature. By C. Smart, M. A. 219

Ode on St. Cecilia's Day. By the Same. 222

The Seasons, in Imitation of Spenser. By Moses Mendez, Esq.

Spring. 230

Summer. 233

Autumn. 237

Winter. 240

Ode to Liberty. By Doctor. Jof. Warton. 243

Ode to Health, written on a Recovery from the Small Pox. By the Same. 246

Ode to Superstition. By the Same. 248

Ode to a Gentleman upon his Travels through Italy. By the Same. 250

Ode against Despair. By the Same. 253

Ode to the Nightingale. By the Same. 255

Ode to a Lady who hates the Country. BTS. 256

Ode to Solitude. BTS. 258

Holkham. By Mr. Potter. 259

The Poor Man's Prayer, written in 1766, addressed to the Earl of Chatham. By -----. 267

Five Pastoral Eclogues. [anon.]

Eclogue I. 272

Eclogue II. 277

Eclogue III. 281

Eclogue IV. 285

Eclogue V. 290

On the Peace of Aix la Chapelle, 1748. By Mr. Hurd. 295

Laura, or the Complaint, an Elegy. By Dr. Marriott. 298

Rinaldo and Armida, to a Lady singing. By the Same. 307

Sacred Ode. By the Same. 309

Inscription upon a Hermitage. BTS. 312

Cansonetta. By the same. 313

The Lover and the Friend. By -----. 314

The Enthusiast, an Ode. By William Whitehead, Esq. 316

1. "BTS" means "By the Same" author who wrote the preceding poem. BACK

Date: 1770 (Web page revisions: 11/17/2005). Author: George Pearch, compiler (Web page revisions: Zach Weir).
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