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A ballad to the tune of the Cutpurse. 76
Pliny's Nat. Hift. Lib. 10. c. 67. and
Written many years fince. Taken from
tot's new miscellany: 2:*:::...... ibid.
Mr. D'Urfy's name in the title to one of
* 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.
* 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.
* 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 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.
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