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W ORK K S
JONATHAN SWYFT, P.D.
DEAN OF ST PATRICK'S, DUBLIN :
INCLUDING THE WHOLE OF HIS
POSTHUMOUS PIECES, LETTERS, &c.
A NEW EDITION, ACCURAT'ELY REVISED, AND ARRANGED IN THE
NATURAL AND PROPER ORDER;
A N D
Notes HISTORICAL, Critical, AND EXPLANATORY, By J. HAWKESWORTH, LL.D. and others.
C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.
MISCELLANIES IN VERS E.
N. B. Whatever verses are marked with an asterisk * fixed, are not Dr. Swift's.
Page A Criticism on Swift's Miscellanies in Verse Cadenus and Vanessa
13 Baucis and Philemon
52 A description of a City-shower. In imitation of Virgils Georgics
59 A defcription of the Morning
62 Horace, Epift. 7. Book 1. imitated, and addressed
to the Earl of Oxford, in the year 1713 Horace, Lib. 2. Sat. 6. part of it imitated 70 The Fable of the Bitches
74 St. Patrick's Address to the people of Ireland, when he resigned his patronage
76 Verses written in a Lady's ivory table-book 79 Mrs. Harris's Petition to their Excellencies the Lords Juftices of Ireland
81 A Ballad to the tune of the Cutpurse
87 Vanbrugh's House, built from the ruins of White, hall
88 The History of Vanbrugh's House
93 The Virtues of Sid Hamet the Magician's Rod 94
Page Atlas ; or, The Minister of State. To the Lord
ny's Natural History, Lib. 10. C. 67. and
99 The Elephant ; or, The Parliament-man. Written many years since. Taken from
Coke's Institutes An Elegy on the supposed death of Partridge the Almanack-maker
103 The Epitaph
106 * Verses to be prefixed before Bernard Lintots ? New Miscellany
107 * To Mr. John Moore, author of the celebrat
ed Worin-powder * Verses occafioned by an &c. at the end of
Mr. D'Urfy's Name, in the title to one of
his Plays * Prologue designed for Mr. D'Urfy's last
I13 * Prologue to The three Hours after Marriage 114 * Sandys's Ghost; or, A proper New Ballad on
the new Ovid's Metamorphoses, to be tranfslated by perfons of Quality
115 * Umbra * Duke upon Duke. An excellent New Bal.
lad to the tune of Chevy-chace. * Fragment of a Satire * Macer
127 Sylvia ; a Fragment
Impromptu. To Lady Winchelsea. Occa-
Epigram on Bifhop Hough
Epigram on the feuds about Handel und Bo-
wept at it