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A ballad to the tune of the Cutpurse. 76
Vanbrugh’s house, built from the ruins of
Whitehall.

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The history of Vanbrugh's house. 83
The virtues of Sid Hamet the magician's
rod.

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Atlas ; or, The minister of fate. To the lord
treasurer Oxford.

89
The description of a salamander. Out of

Pliny's Nat. Hift. Lib. 10. c. 67. and
Lib. 29. C. 4.

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* The elephant : or, The parliament-man.

Written many years fince. Taken from

Coke's institutes.
An eleg y on the supposed death.of Partridge
the almanack maker::::

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The epitaph. 9:48 99
* Verses to be prefixd:before Bernard Lin-

tot's new miscellany: 2:*:::...... ibid.
* To Mr. John Moore, author of the celz-
brated worin-powder.

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* Verses occasioned by an etc. at the end of

Mr. D'Urfy's name in the title to one of
bis plays.

103
* Prologue, designd for Mr. D'Urfy's last
- play.

106
* Prologue to the Three hours after marriage.

* Sandy's

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* Sandys's ghost: or, A proper new ballad on

the new Ovid’s Metamorphoses, as it was intended to be translated by persons of quality.

110 * Umbra.

113 * Duke upon duke. An excellent new ballad.

To the tune of Chevy Chace. 114 * Fragment of a satire.

I 21 * Macer.

124 * Sylvia, a fragment.

125 * Artemisia.

127 * Phryne.

I 28 On Mrs. Biddy Floyd.

129 Apollo outwitted. To the honourable Mrs.

*Finch, under her name of Ardelia. 130 * Impromptu. To lady : Winchelsea. Occa

fioned by::four. Jatirical verses on women

wits in the Rape of a lock. 133 * Epigram. Stella's birth-day, 1718. Stella's birth-day, 1720.

ibid. Stella's birth-day. A great bottle of wine, long buried, being that day dug up, 1722.

137 Stella's birth-day, 1724.

140 Stella's birth-day, March 13, 1726. 142 * To Mrs. Martha Blount, fent on her birth-day, June 15.

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* Song. By a person of quality. 146 * Ballad.

148 * Ode for musick. On the longitude. 151 * Epigram on the feuds about Handel and Bononcini.

152 * On Mrs. Tofts.

ibid. * Two or three ; or, A receipt to make a cuckold.

ibid. * On a lady who p--ft at the tragedy of

Cato; occasioned by an epigram on a lady who wept at it.

153 * Epigram in a maid of honour's prayer- book. Epigram.

ibid. * The balance of Europe. * A panegyrical epidle: 10::Ma Thomas

Snow, etc. on · ibè, South-Scà subscriptions

156 The South-Sea, 1721. 8 160 * A ballad on quadrille.

168 * Molly Mog.

171 * A new song of new ħmilies.

174 * Newgate's garland. A ballad, etc. 178 . Prometheus. On Wood the patentee's Irish half-pence.

182 * Strephon and Flavia.

185 Corinna.

* The

186

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* The Quidnuncki’s. A tale occasioned by

the death of the duke regent of France. * Ay and No: a fable. Phillis: or, The progress of love... 191 The progress of poetry.

195 The progress of beauty.

197 Pethox the great.

201 * The lamentation of Glumdalclitch for the

lofs of Grildrig. A paftoral.. .206 * Mary Gulliver to captain Lemuel Gulliver.

.. . 210 * To Quinbus Flestrin, the man-mountain.

A Lilliputian ode. ... 216 * A contie echo on woman. ,'... 218... Epilogue to a play for the benefit of the weavers in Ireland.

"220 Epitaph on a miser. To Stella, who collected and transcribed his poems.

223 The journal of a modern lady. 228 The country life.

240 A pastoral dialogue.

245 Mary the cook-maid's letter to Dr. Sheridan.

249 A dialogue between mad Mullinix and Timothy.

252 * Epitaph on Francis Chartres. 263

Epitaph

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ibid.

Epitaph on Picus Mirandula, applied to Francis Chartres.

264 * Epigram.

265 * Another.

ibid. * Epitaph of by-words.

ibid. Epigram, on seeing a worthy prelate go out

of church in the time of divine service to

wait on his grace the duke of D---, 266 * Epigram from the French 267 * Epitaph. * Epigram, on the toasts of the kit-cat club, anno 1716.

ibid. * To a lady, with The temple of fame. 268 * Verses to be placed under the pi&ture of

England's arch-poet ; containing a com

plete catalogue of his works. ibid. Dr. Swift to Mr. Pope, while he was

in the Dunciad. writing the Dunciad.

270 * Bounce to Fop. An epistle from a dog at

Twickenham to a dog at court. 272 * On the countess of Burlington cutting

paper. * On a certain lady at court. 276 To Dr Delany, on the libels written against him.

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277 On dreams. In imitation of Petronius. 284 To Stella, visiting me in my fickness, 1727. Verses on the death of Dr. Swift. 29 1

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