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Page 346 | An epitaph on Gen. Gorges and lady MezhPa On Wood the Ironmonger.
ib. Veríes on I know not what Vill Wood's Petition to the People of Ireland ; be- Dr. Suvift's Complaint on his own Deafiek, 5.
ing an excellent New Song, supposed to be made, Answer
Wood, Iron-nonger ard Half-penny-monger. ib. On Paddy's Character of the intelligence A New Song on Wood's Half-pence.
ib. Parody on a Character of Dean Smedley A Serious Puem upon William Wood. 347 | Paulus. By Mr. Lindsay To Dr. Sheridan.
ib. The Answer. By Dr. Swift To Quilca. A Country-house of Dr. Sheridan, in A dialoguc betweenaneminent lawyer and S no very gord Reprir.
345 On burning a dull poem. 1729 The Bloiling of a Country-Life.
348 An epifle to l.ora Carte et. Py Dr. Dean The Pligties of a Country-Life.
An ep'itle upon an epistle from a correr Dr. Sheritan to Dr. Snit.
to a certain great Lord; being a Chrik Dr. Swilt's inver.
for Dr. Deliny A Portr. it from b. Lits,
A linlon Di. Delany and Lord Cartere: Upon fealia; a Crowa when the Dean was asleep. To Dr. Delany, on the libels written aga-15 By Dr. Sherid. n.
379 Directions for making a Eirth-Jay Song The Dean's Answer.
Bouts Rimés, on Signora Domitilla The Storm: Minerva's Petition.
ib. Helter Skelter; or, the Hue and Cry after the Ode on Science.
350 tornies upon their riding the Circuit
The Dean's Reasons for not building at Drama A Young Lidy's Complaint for the Stay of the Dean hill in England.
35A Panegyrick on the Dean, in the Person of a A Letter to the Dean when in Ireland.
in the North. 1730. P linodia, Horace, Book I. CveXVI. 359 | Twelve Articles Bec's Firthday, November S.
The Revolution at Market-hill On the Cellar of Tiger, Mrs. Dingley's Lap-dog. 360 | Traulus. A Dialogue between Tom and R:.. Enigrams on Windows.
Part I. To bus, on New-Year's Day.
361 Trzulus. Part II. A Pastor: Dialogue written after the News of th: Robin and Harry King's Death.
ib. To Betty the Grizette De fire and Poffeflion. 1727.
362 Deih and Daphine. To an agreeable young OnCenture. +
but extremely lean The Furniture of a Woman's Mind.
ib. Daphne Clever Tom Clirch going to be hanged. 364 | The Pheasant and the fark. A Fable. By To Mr Popar, ahile he was writingene Dunciad. ib.
Answer to Dr. Delany's Fable
365 | The Progress of Marriage On a vervold Glais a: Mlarke:-hill.
An excellent new Build; or, the true E.. Aniwered extempore by Dr. Swift.
ib Dean to be hanged for a rape, On cutting down the old Thorn at Market-hill.is | On Stephen Duck, the Threther and favouri pe Canta.
A Quibbling Epigram Epitaph at Derkeley, Glouceiter fire.
ib. The Lady's Dreting-room My Lady's Lamentation and Complaint against th- The power of time Dein. 1728.
367 On Mr. Pulteney's being put out of the Coop A Pastoral Di..gue.
1771 On the live Ladies at Sot's Hole with the Doctor at Epitaph on Frederick Duke of S mbez their head.
365 | Callinus and Peter. A Tragic i y The Five Ladies' Answer.
370 | A beautiful young Nym.pl The beau's Reply.
for the honour of the fair itx The Journal of Modern Lady.
ib. Strephon and Chloe A Dialogue between víad Mullinix and Timothy. 372 Apollo; or, a Problem solved Tim and the Fables.
375 The Place of the Damned Tom Mullueix and Dick:
ib. Judas Dick.
ib: An Epistle to Mr. Gay Clad all in Brown. To Dick..
On the Irish Bitcops. Dick': Varicty.
376 On the death of Dr. Swift
Epifle to two Friends. To Dr. Helsham Page 419 Infeription intended for the Dean's monument P.444
To Dr. Sheridan 4.20 Epigram intended for the above inscripuon ibid Hellham's Answer
BROOME'S POEMS. The Rev. Dr. Swift, with a Present of a Paper- The third chapter of Habakkuk paraphrased. An cok, finel bound, on his Birth-day, Nov. 30,
Ode. Writcen in 1710.
Page 443 732. by John Earl of Orrery
To Pelinda, on her fickneis and recovery, fer left with a lilver ftandith on the Dean of So. 'atrick's desk, on his Birth-day.
To Belinda, on her apron embroidered with arms and By Dr.
flowers, Jeliny ibid
Part of the thirty-eighth and thirty-ninth chapters of (as occafiored by the foregoing Prcferts
ibid e Beast's Confeflion to the Priest, on observing
Job: A Paraphrase, 108 most men mistake their own talents. 422
Melancholy: An Ode, occafioned by the death of a beloved daughter. 1723.
449 viceto a Parfon
423 - Parson's Care
D phnis and Lycidas: A Pastoral,
450 te hardhip upon the Ladies
424 love Sorg, in the modern tale
An Epiltle of my friend Nir. Elijah Fenton, author the words Brother Protestants, and Fellow
of Mariamne, a tragedy. 1726.
451 Chriftians ; fo familiarly used by the advocates A dialogue between a Larly and her looking-3!16, or the Repeal of the Test-act in Ireland ibid
while the had the green-fickneis,
453 Yaho 's overthrow; or, The Kevan Bayi's The feat of war in Flanders, &c. New Ballad upon Serjeant Kite's insulting the To the Right Honourable Charles Lord CornDean
wallis, Baron of Eyre, Warden, Chief Justice,
425 the Archbishop of Cashel and Dr. Better
and Justice in Eyre of all his Majesty's foreits, worth
chares, parks, and warrens, on the south side of i Poetry : a Rhapsody
455 brace, Book IV. Ode XIX. imitated. T. Hum The Rose-Bud. To the Right Honourable the Lady phry French, Esq.
ibid 430 New Simile for the Ladies. By Dr. Sheridan 431
Belind: at the Bath, nswer. Bv Dr. Swift
The Coy : A ode, Vindication of the Libel : or, A New Pallad, To the Honourable Mrs. Elizabeth Towrshend, atwritten by a Shoe-boy, on an Attorney who was
terwards Lady Cornwallis, on her picture at formerly a Shoe-boy
433 . friendly apology for a certain Justice of Peace. By Part of the tenth Book of the Iliad of Homer.
To Mr. Pope, on his works. 3726,
457 way of Defence of Hartley Hutchinson, Esq. By James Blackwell, Operator for the Feet
In the Style of Milion, Br. Sheridan's Ballad on Ballyípellin
A Paitoral. To a young lady, upon her leaving,
434 Answer. By Dr. Swift
and return to the country, lorace, Part of Book I. Sat. VI. paraphrased 435 To a Lady playing with a Snake,
Poverty and Poet.y,
ibid In a Printer's being sent to Newgate
ibid The Day of Judgment
463 verses sent to the Dean on his Birth-day, with On the birth-day of Mr. Robert Trefufis, when
464 On Dr. Rundle, Bishop of Derry
The forty-third chapter of Ecclefiaflicus: A pa
raphrate, A Chara&er, Panegyrick, and Description of the The conclufion of an Epilogue to Mr. Southern's last Legion-club. 1736 ibid play, called Money the Mistress,
465 An Apology, &c.
The Parting : A long. Set by Dr. Tudway, Pro
439 The Dean's Manner of Living
fefur of Mulc in Cambridge,
ibid 441 Verles made for Fruit-women, &c.
On a flower which Belinda gave me from her boInstructions for a
fom, a Lady's Spaniel.
The Story of Talus, from the Fourth Book of Ay and No; a Tale from Dublin
Apollonius Rhodius. V. 1629,
466 442 Dr. Swift's Answer to a friend's Question ibid
From the Elevenih Book of the lliad of Homer, in Apollo's Edict
467 To Mirs Eliz. Mt, on her picture. 1776, ibid
445 Three Epigrams
' by Dr. Swift's interad Prologue to Mr. Fenton's excellent tragedy M:Hospitatrer No. Lunáticks
ibid On the Don of St.! sick's Birth-day, Nov. 3: Monsicur Maynard imitzied. 10 the Right liv
To Mr. A. Poče, who corrected my verfia,
ilid w wiat By Hot, Dunkin
On a mischievous woman,
The Widow and Virgin Sisters, belng a Letter to , Aracreontic,
Prge ibd A Fairy tale, in the ancient English style,
490 A Poem on Death. To Thomas Marrio:, Esq. 471 To Mr. Pope,
4.4 Courage in love,
475 Part of the first Canto of the Rape of the Lock tr.n. The Cumplaini. Cælia to Damon,
495 The barde of the Gods and T cans ; from the The-Health ; an Eclogue,
490 ogory of Heliod; with a description of Tartarus, The Flies; an Eclogue,
497 &c. 475 An Elegy. To an old Beauty,
ivia The luve of Jason and Medca; from the third Book The Dook-Worm, Verle 743, of Aplorius Rhodius, 476 in Allegory on Man,
499 Epiftola ad Amicum Rusticantem. Scripta Vere in- lo imitation of some French Vorfes, eunte Cantab. 17''),
478 A night-piece on Death, Sixteen Odes of Anacreon,
479-482 A Hymn to Contentn ent,
in Efray on the different Sty
503 HIFSICD, or the Rise of Woman, Page 483 Pety or the Vision, 4€ 6'Bacchus.