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Read first and second paragraph, A misdemeanor is so gross,

If possible drudge on through half, Of that pernicious kind!

Your crime you'll expiate. The punishment must reach your sense,

The wretch with strong convulsions shook, And reason smart for this offence,

Despair and anguish in his look, By torturing your mind.

To heaven for mercy cry'd : Read Jura Populi o'er twice,

Quoth he, “ Send gibbets, racks, or wheel, Pittis and Bunyan, books of price !

Algiers and gallies please me well, And Oats's modest vein :

Such torments l'il abide. Read Baxter's volumes, Tindal's works,

“ But damn me not for one offence, Yorkshire Petish with that of Bucks,

To volumes unally'd to sense, True cant, and libel strain,

Vainly to walte my breath : * For folid nonsense, thoughtless words,

That answer to the Commons' rights The vindication of the Lords,

With labour'd dullness so affrights, That answers " Mackworth's State :"

The thoughts are worse than death."

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CO N T E N T S.

WORKS OF PARNELL.

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ui Solomon,

Jonah,
Hezekiah,
Habakkuk,

Himn.for Morning,
3 Hymn for Noon,
4 | Himn for Evening,
ib.

The Soul in Sorrow,
S The Happy Man,
7 The Way to Happiness,
8 The Convert's Love,
13

A Desire to Praise,

On Happiness in this Life, 14 Ecstacy, ib. On Divine Love, by medicating on the 15 Wounds of Christ, ib. On Queen Anne's Peace, Anno 1712. 16 To Dr. Swift, on his Birth-day, 17 On Bishop Burnet's being sec on Fire in his ib. Closet, 18 Elyfium, 19 The Judgment of Paris, ib. On Mrs. Arabella Fermor leaving London,

A Riddle,

On the Death of Mr. Viner, 23 Epigram, 24

Od the Castle of Dublin, Anno 1715, 25

Love in Disguise, ib. Chloris appearing in a Looking.glass, 32 On a Lady with foul Breath, 35

On the Number Three, 37 | Eflay on the different styles of Poetry,

Hesiod, or the Rise of Woman,
Songs,
Anacreontic,
Anocher,
A Fairy Tale in the ancient English Style,
The Vigil of Venus,
Battle of the Frogs and Mice,
To Mr. Pope,
Part of the first Canto of the Rape of the

Lock translated,
Health an Eclogue,
The Flies, an Eclogue,
An Elegy to an Old Beanty,
The Book.worm,
An Allegory on Man,
An imitation of French Verses,
A Night-piece on Death,
Hymn to Contentment,
The Hermir,
Piety, or the Vision,
Bacchus; or, the Drunken Metamorphosis,
The Horse and the Olive,
Dr, Donne's Third Satire versified,
The Gift of Poetry,
Mores,
Deborah,
Hannah,
David,

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CONTENTS.
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Epilogue to the Tragedy of Cato,
Canto I.

89 A Soliloquy, out of Italian,
Canto II.

91 An Imitation of a French Author,

93 Anacreontic Epistle to Mr. Gay, on his Canto-TV

96

Poems,
Canto V.

To the Merry Poetasțer, at Saddlers-Hall,
Canto VI.

in Cheapfide,

The Earl of Godolphin to Dr. Garth, upon
Dedication of Cleremont, to the Right

the loss of Miss Dingle,
Honourable the Farl of Clare, afterwards

From Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book XIV.
Duke of Newcastle,

The Translation of Scylla,

107 Preface,

ib,

The Voyage of Æneas continued,
Clermont,

ib.

The Transforțation of Cercopians

into Apes,
To the Lady Louisa Lenos, with-Ovid's

Æneas descends into Hell,
Epiftles,

IIO
To Richard Earl of Burlington, with Ovid's

The Story of the Sibyl,

The Adventures of Achæmenides,
Art of Love,

The Adventures of Macareus,
To the Duchess of Bolton, on her staying
all the Winter in the Country,

The Enchantments of Circe,

III
To the Duke of Marlborough, on his vo-

The Story of Picus and Canens,
luntary Badishment,

ib.

Æneas arrives in Italy,

The Adventures of Dioinedes,
To the Earl of Godolphin,

ib.

The Transformation of Appulus,
On her Majeity's Statue in St. Paul's
Church-yard,

ib.

The Trojans Ships transformed into
On the New. Conspiracy, 1716,

Sea-Nymphs,

The Dedication of Æneas,
On the King of Spain,

ib.

The Line of the Latian Kings,
Verses-written for the Toasting Glasses of
the Kit-Cat-Club, 1703,

ib.

The Story of Vertumnus and Pomona,

The Story of Iphis and Anaxarate,
Prologue designed for Tamerlane,

II3

The Latian Line continued,
Prologue in the Music-Meeting in York-
buildings,

ib.

The Assumption of Romulus,

ib. Prologue to the Cornish Squire, a Comedy,

The Affumption of Hersilia,

From Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book XV.
Prologue spoken at the Queen's Theatre,
in the Hay-Market,

ib.

The Story of Cippus,

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127 1789, at her playing in Love for Love,

with Mrs. Bracegirdle, for the Benefit

of Mr. Betterton,
Epilogue to the Cruel Gift,

Prologue to the Nonjuror,
131 Horace, Book II. Ode IV. imitated,

The Reconcilement between Jacob Tonson
133

and Mr. Congreve,
137 Horace, Book III. Ode XXI. To his Calk,
138 | Horace, Book IV. Ode l. To Venus,

Horace, Book I. Epistle IV. irritated,
ib. | The Union,

On Contentment,
On the Last Judgment, and the Happiness

of the Saints in Heaven,

Collin's Coniplaint. A Song,
ib. | Reply by another Hand,
139 Epigram.on a Lady who shed her Water at

seeing the-Tragedy of Cata; occasioned
by an Ipigranı on a Lady who wept at it,

The Golden Verses of Pythagoras. Tran

Alated from the Greck,
On the late glorious Success of her Maje-

ity's Arnis,
An Epistle to Flavia,
Song,
Epigram to the Two New Members for

Bramber, 1708,
Verses made to a Simile of Pope's,
On Nicolini and Valentini's first coming to

the House in the Hay-Market,
Epilogue to the Inconftant: or, The Way

to Win Him,
Prologue to the Gameftci,
Epilogue spoken by Mrs. Barry at the

Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, April 7,

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Imitated in Latin,
Mæcenas. Verses occafioned by the Ho-

nours conferred on the Right Honourable
the Earl of Halifax, 11714 ; being that
Year installed Knight of the molt noble

Order of the Garter, Epigram on the Prince of Wales's, then

Regent, appearing at the Fire in Spring

Gardeus, 1716, Song on a fine Woman who had a dull

Husband, Occasioned by his first Vilt to Lady War

wick at Holland House, Stanza's to Lady Warwick on Mr. Addi.

son's going to Ireland, The Visit, The Contented Shepherd, to Mrs. Am Dm,

, A Song. Ah Willow. To the same, in her

Sickness,

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144 To the same, Singiog,

Song. The Fair Inconstant,
To Lord Warwick, on his Birth-Day,
To Lady Jane Wharcon, on her fludying

the Globe, 145 | To Mrs. Pulteney upon her going A.

broad,

Ode for the New Year, 1716, ib. Song for the King's Birth-Day, May 28.

1716,
ib. Ode for the New Year, 1717,

to Peace, for the Year, 1718,
ib. for the King's Birth-Day, 1718,

to the Thames, for the Year, 1719, 146 The Story of Glaucus and Scylla, from

Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book XIII. ib.) The First Book of Quillet's Callipedia,

Trandated, ib.

149 IJO ib. ib. ISI

ib.

ib.

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WORKS OF ADDISON.

Page 193

The Author's Life,
Dedication to the Right Honourable James

Craggs, Esq. his Majesty's Principal 9ocretary of State,

ib,

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163 Sphæristerium,

Ad D.D. Hannes, insigniffimum Medicum

et Poetan,

Machinæ Gelliculantes Anglice-A Pup171

pet-Show, Ad infignissimum virum D. Tho. Burnet

cum, Sacræ Theoriæ Teiluris Auctorem, 172

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POEMS.

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TRANSLATIONS,

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To Mr. Dryden,
Poem to his Majesty, presented to the Lord

Keeper,
A Trandation of Virgil's Fourth Georgic,

except the Story of Arifæus, Song for St. Cecilia's Day, at Oxford, An Account of the Greatest Englith Poets, A Letter from Italy, to the Right Honour

able Charies Lord Halifax, in the Year

1701, Milton's Style Imitated, in a Translation of

a Story out of the Third Eneid, The Campaign, a Poen. To his Grace

the Duke of Marlborough, Poemata. Inauguracio Regis Gulielmi,

1689, On the Return of King William from Ire

land, after the Battle of the Boyne, Honoratissimo viro Carlo Montague, Armi

gero, Saccarii Cancellario, Ærarii Præ

fecto, Regi à Secritoribus Conciliis, &c. Pax Gulielmi Auspiciis Europe Reddita,

1697, Barometri Descriptio, arryaIO-TEPANOMAXIA,five præliuna in.

ter Pygnæos et Grues Commissum, Resurrectio delineata ad altare Col. Mag.

Oxon,

203 204

ib. Horace, Book III. Ode III.

The Veltal, fron. Ovid de Faltis, Lib. III. 174 178 | From Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book II. 179 The Story of Phaeton,

Phaeton's Sisters Trarsformed into

Trees, ISO

The Transformation of @yenus into a

Swao,
ISI The Story of Calisto,

The Story of Corunis, and Birth of 183 Ælculapius,

Ocyrrhöe Transformed into a Mare, IS7 The Transformation of Bactus inco a

Touchstone, ib. The Story of Agluoris, Transformed

into a Statue,

Europa's Rape, 188 From (vid's Metamorphoses, Book III.

The Story of Cadnius, ib. The Transformation of Adizon into a 190

Stag,

The Birth of Bacchus, ib. The Transformation of Tiresias,

The Transformation of Echo, 192 The Story of Narcissus,

ib.

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RECOMMENDATORY POEMS ON CATO.

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The Story of Pentheus,

An Hymn,
The Mariners Transformed to Dol-

i An Ude,
phins,

ib. An Hymn, The Death of Pentheus,

214 Paraphrase on Pfalm XXIII. From Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book IV.

The Play-House,
The Story of Salmacis and Herma-

On the Lady Manchester. written on the
phroditus,

ib. Toasting-Glasses of the Kit-Cat-Club, Notes on some of the foregoing Stories in Ovid's

Metamorphoses.
On the Story of Phaeton,

215
On Europa's Rape,

213 Dedication to her Royal Highness the PrinOn Book III. Fab. I.

cess of Wales, with the Tragedy of Cato, Fab. II.

November 1714,

219 Fab. III.

ib. Verses to the Author of the Tragedy of Fab. V.

Cato. By Richard Steele,

220 Fab. VI.

ib.

Verses by L. Eusden, Trinity College,
Fab. VII.

Cambridge,
Fab. VII.

ib. Verses by Digby Cotes, All Souls College,
Fab. IX.

ib.

Oxon,
Verfe« left with the Printer, by an un-

known Hand, upon Mr. Addison's Cato,
MISCELLANEOUS POENS.

On Cato. Occasioned by Mr. Addison's

Tragedy of that Name, by Mr. Coping, To Sir Godfrey Kneller, on bis Picture of

To Mr. Addilon, on his Cato, the King,

Verses sent to a Lady, with the Tragedy Prologue to Smith's Phædra and Hippoli

of Cato, tus,

223

Cato, a Tragedy, Prologue to Stcele's Tender Husband,

ib. Epilogue to Lansdowne's British Enchantress,

ib. An Ode for St. Cecilia's Day,

ib. Dedication to her Grace the Duchess of An Ode,

224 Marlborough,

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267 The Court of Neptune. On King Wil-

lian's return from Holland, 1699. Ad-
dressed to the Right Honourable Charles

Montague, Erg.

The House of Nassau, a Pindaric Ode. 271

To his Grace Charles Duke of Somerset,

Ode on the Death of a Friend,
ib.

Anacreon, Ode Ill.
272 | The Story of Pyramus and Thilbe, from

the Fourth Book of Ovid's Metamor-
ib.

phoses, 273

The Triumph of Love, in Imitation of

Ovid, ib.

The Picture,

Barn-Elms, ib.

On the Friendship of Phæhe and Asteria ;
274

and the Sickness of the former,
Song,
To Octavia, Indisposed,

Beauty and Music,
275 / Cupid's Review,

ib.

286

ib. 287

POEMS.

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