* Epigram on the seuds about Handal and Bonon-
* On Mrs Tofts 13a
* Two or three; or, A receipt to make a cuckold ib.
* On a lady who p—t at the tragedy of Cato; oc-
casioned by an epigram on a lady who wept at it ib.
* Epigram in a maid of honour's prayer-book 133
* The balance of Europe ib.
* A panegyrical epistle to Mr Thomas Snow, £jfc.
. on the South-sea subscriptions 134
The South-sea, 1721 T36
* A ballad on quadrille 144
* Molly Mqg; or, The fair maid of the inn 146
* A new song of new similies 148
* Newgate's garland. A ballad, &c. 151
Prometheus. On Wood the patentee's Irish half-
* Strephon and Flavia . 155
* The Quidnuncki's. A tale occasioned by the
death of the Duke Regent of France - 157
* Ay and No; a fable 159
Phillis; or, The progress of love 160
The progress of poetry 163
The progress of beauty 165
Pethox the Great 168
* The lamentation of Glumdalclitch for the loss of
Grildrig. A pastoral - 171
* Mary Gulliver to Capt. Lemuel Gulliver 174
* To Quinbus Flestrin, the man mountain. A Lil-
liputian ode 177-
* A gentle echo on woman 179
Epilogue to a play for the benesit of the weavers in
Ireland, 1721 180
Epitaph on a mifer 182
To Stella, who collected and transcribed his poems ib.
* Stella to Dr Swift, on his birth-day,Nov. 30. 1721 186
The journal of a modern lady 188
The country lise. Part of a summer spent at the
house of George Rochfort, Esq; 197
A pastoral dialogue: Dermot and Sheelah 201