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OF THE

SECOND VOLUME OF GAY.

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EPISTLES.
To a Lady. Occasioned by the arrival of her
Royal Highness,

5 To the Right Hon. the Earl of Burlington. A

journey io Exeter, To the Right Hon. William Pulteney, Esq. To the Right Hon. Paul Methuen, Esq.

25 To her Grace Henrietta, Duchess of Marlbro', 29 To William Lownds, Esq.

32 To a young Lady, with some lampreys,

34 To a Lady, on her passion for old China,

36 Bounce to Fop. An Epistle from a Dog at Twickenham to a Dog at Court,

39 A panegyrical epistle to Mr. Thomas Snow, gold

smith, near Temple-bar, On a Miscellany of Poems, to Bernard Lintott, An elegiac epistle to a friend; written when Mr.

Gay laboured under a dejection of spirits, 49

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TALES,
An answer to the Sompner's prologue of Chaucer.
In imitation of Chaucer's style,

53 Work for a Cooper,

55 The Equivocation,

61 A true story of an apparition,

63 The Mad Dog,

68 The Quidnunkies: a true tale. Occasioned by the death of the Duke Regent of France,

73 ECLOGUES. The birth of the Squire. An eclogue, in imitation

of the Pollio of Virgil,

76

Page The Toilette. A town eclogue,

80 The Tea-table. A town eclogue,

8.4 The Funeral. A town eclogue,

88 The Espousal. A sober eclogue between two of the people called Quakers,

92 SONGS AND BALLADS. Sweet William's farewell to black-ey'd Susan, 97 The Lady's lamentation,

99 Damon and Cupid, Daphnis and Chloe,

102 The coquette mother and daughter,

105 Molly Mog: or, The fair maid of the inn, 106 Ballad,

109 A ballad on Quadrille,

II2 A new song of new similies,

115 Newgate's garland, a new ballad,

118 A ballad on ale,

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123 126 130

ELEGIE6.
Panthea. An elegy,
Araminta. An elegy,
An elegy on a ląpdog,
IGONDIBERT, A POEM. CONTINUED FROM SIR

WILLIAM DAVENANT.
Book III, Canto VII.

132 Book III. Canto VIII.

142 Book III. Canto IX,

153

MISCELLAVIES.
Wine. A poem,
The story of Cephisa,

171

181

Page Prologue. Designed for the pastoral tragedy of Dione,

186 The lamentation of Glumdalclitch for the loss of Grildrig. A pastoral,

188 Mary Gulliver to Capt. Lemuel Gulliver, 191 To Quinbus Flestrin, the Man-mountain. A Lilliputian ode,

195 The Man-mountain's answer to the Lilliputian verses,

197 Verses to be placed under the picture of Sir

R------B------,
A contemplation on night,
A thought on eternity,

204 Epitaph of Bywords,

205 My own epitaph,

ib.

201 202

IND OF VOLUME SECOND.

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