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N. B. Whatever verses are marked with an asterisk * prefixed, are not Dr Swift's.

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Criticism on Swift's miscellanies in verse

Cadenus and Vanessa
Baucis and Philemon

45 A description of a city-fhower. In imitation of Virgil's Georgics

51 A description of the morning

53 Horace, epilt. 7. book i, imitated, and addressed to the Earl of Oxford, in the year 1713,

5+ Horace, lib. 2. fat. 6. part of it imitated

60 * The happy life of a country-parlon. In imitation

of Martial * A tale of Chaucer, lately found in an old manufcript 65 * The alley. An imitation of Spencer

66 • The capon's tale. To a lady who fathered her lampoons upon her acquaintance

68 Verses written in a lady's ivory table book

69 Mrs Harris's petition to their Excellencies the Lords Justices of Ireland

70 A ballad to the tune of the Cutpurse

75 Vanbrugh's house, built from the ruins of Whitehall 76 The history of Vanbru rh's house

80 The virtues of Sid Hamet the magician's rod 82 Atlas ; or, The miniiler of state. To the Lord Trea

furer Oxford
The description of a salamander. Out of Pliny's na-

tural history, lib. 10. c. 67. and lib 29. C. 4. 86 * The elephant; or, The parliament.man. Written

many years since. Taken from Coke's institutes 88 Vol VI.

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