London: printed for G. Pearch, M.DCC.LXX.
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The Valetudinarian, an Ode. By Dr. Marriott. 1
The Royal Voyage. BTS. 13
Ode on Death, translated from the French. BTS. 116
Inscription upon a Monument. BTS. 21
To a Lady sitting for her Picture. BTS. 22
Elegy on the Death of a young Lady. BTS. 24
The Academic. BTS. 28
Amabella [sic.]. By Mr. Jerningham. 34
A Spousal Hymn. By the Rev. Mr. J. Scott. 41
Sonnets. By Thomas Edwards, Esq;
On Mr. Nash's Picture. By the E--- of C---. 57
On the D---ss of R---d. By the same. 58
Arno's Vale, a Song. By the Duke of Dorset. 59
Britain's Isle. BTS. 60
Ode to Morning. By -----. 61
To a Lady, with a Pair of Goves on Valentine's Day. By Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. 64
Kimbolton Park. By the Rev. Mr. H. 65
Retirement, an Ode. By Mr. Beattie. 74
The Triumph of Melancholy. By the same.
Elegy occasioned by the Death of a Lady. BTS. 86
Absence, a Pastoral Ballad. By ---. 90
Ode to Health. By Mrs. Brooke. 93
Ode. By the same. 95
Ode to Friendship. By the same. 96
To the Moon. By Mr. Robert Lloyd. 97
A Ballad. BTS. 102
A Ballad. BTS.104
Love Elegies. By Mr. Hammond.
Elegy the First. 106
Elegy the Second. 108
Elegy the Third. 110
The Genealogy of Christ. By Bishop Lowth. 114
Winter Prospects in the Country. By J.S. 124
Hymn from Psalm lxv. BTS. 126
Sonnets. By the same. 127
On reading Mrs. Macaulay's History of England. BTS. 131
Written at the Hermitage at Addersbrook, 1761. By Mr. C---. 132
Advice to a Shepherd. BTS. 133
Ode on Autumn. BTS. 134
Epitaph on a Peasant. BTS. 135
Psalm cxxxvii. BTS. 136
The latter Part of Habbakuk, Chap. iii. BTS. 137
Ode to Sleep. By Dr. T---- S----. 138
Ode to Mirth. BTS. 139.
Ode to a Singing Bird. By Mr. Richardson. 141
Elegy on a Hummingbird. By ---. 144
A Morning Soliloquy on Deafness. By ---. 147
The Hermit. By Dr. Goldsmith. 149
The Beldames. By ---. 156.
Ode to the River Eden. By Dr. Langhorne. 166
On the Dutchess of Mazarin's retiring to a Convent. BTS. 169
The Tulip and Myrtle. BTS. 173
Rural Simplicity, an Ode. BTS. 176
Written on a Chinese Temple. BTS 179
Written on another open Temple. BTS. Ib.
Lines occasioned by Lord Lyttleton's Verse to the Countess of Egremont. BTS. 180
A Sonnet from a MS of J. Harrington, dated 1564. 181
The Hospitable Oake. By ----. 182
To a Lover. By ---. 184
The Hermite's Addresse to Youthe, written in the Spring Garden at Bath. By ---/ 195
The Feminead; or Female Genius. By Mr. Duncombe. 186.
Ode to the Hon. John Yorke. BTS. 202
Solitude, a Song. By Dr. Cotton. 205
To the Memory of the late Duke of Bridgewater, 1748. BTS. 206
The African Prince. By Dr. Dodd. 207
Zara, at the Court of Anamaboe to theAfrincan Prince when in England. BTS. 214
Hymn to Hope. BTS. 221
Verses occasioned by a Present of a Moss Rose-Bude from Miss Jackson of Southgate. BTS. 2230
The Equality of Mankind. By Mr. Wodhull. 231
Two Love Elegies. By ---. 251
An Inscription written on one of the Tubs in Ham-Walks, 1760. By the same. 261
Verses written on a Pedestal. BTS. 263
The Recantation, an Ode. By ---. 266
Ode to Horror. By ---. 269
Verses on the expected Arrival of Queen Charlotte, 1761. 273
Aminta, an Elegy. By the Rev. Mr. Gerrard.
Petherton-Bridge, an Elegy. By the same. 282
An Epistle from an unfortunate Gentleman to a young Lady. BTS. 285
A Song. BTS. 290
On the Eternity of the Supreme Being. By C. Smart, M. A. 293
On the Immensity of the Supreme Being. BTS. 299
On the Omniscience of the Supreme Being. BTS. 305
On the Power of the Supreme Being. BTS. 312
On the Goodness of the Supreme Being. BTS. 318.
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"FTS" often means "From the Same" collection which is listed as the source of the preceding poem.
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