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A Cantata. Set by Mr. Galliard .................. 38 The Character of the Lady Henrietta Caven-
An Ode for vocal and instrumental Music, to dish Holles
the Memory of the most noble William Duke Truth, Honour, Honesty. The Motto chosen
of Devonshire. Set to Music by Mr. Pepusch ib. by the right hon. the Lady Henerietta Ca-
Epilogue, spoken by Mr. Mill's, at the Queen's vendish Holles
Theatre, on his benefit Night, February 16, Hymn. Sung by the Children uf Christ's Hos-
1709, a little before the Duke of Marl- pital, at the Entry of King George into
borough's going for Holland
S9 London, 1714
Written in a Window at Greenhithe
40 A monumental Ode, to the Memory of Mrs.
ib. Elizabeth Hughes, late wife of Edward
Tofts and Margaretta
ib. Hughes, Esq.
The wandering Beauty
ib. An Allusion to Horace. Book ). Ode xxii.
Dialogue de l'Amour, et du Poète, by Mons. Printed at the breaking out of the Rebellion
de la Motte
ib. in the Year 1715......
The same translated
ib. Fragment.-0 say, ye saints, who shine in
Venus and Adonis. A Cantata. Set by Mr.
ib. Apollo and Daphne. A Masque
Cantata. Pastoral. Set by Dr. Pepusch...... 41 An Ode for the Birth-day of her royal high-
Beauty. An Ode
ib. ness the Princess of Wales, St. David's Day,
Myra. A Cantata. Set by Dr. Pepusch...... ib. the first of March, 1715-16
Alexander's Feast; or the Power of Music: Extract of a Letter from Mr. Hughes to the
an Ode in honour of St. Cecilia's Day. By Lord Chancellor Cowper
Mr. Dryden. Altered for Music by Mr. Ode to the right honourable Lord Chancellor
42 Cowper, Anno 1717. In Allusion to Horace,
Lib. II. Ode xx.
What is Man? ......
Thy origin's divine, I see...
43 Bolieau, dans sa 1 Epitre au Roi
Constautia, see thy faithful slave.
The same, in English
Thrice lov'd Constantia, heavenly fair
An Image of Pleasure. In Imitation of an
Ode in Casimire
Translated from Persian Verses. Alluding to An Ode in the Park at Asted.......
the Custom of Women being buried with To Mr. Constantine, on his Paintings..... 55
their Husbands, and Men with their Wives. ib. To Urania, on her Arrival at Jamaica
Another on the same subject.
ib. A Supplement and Conclusion to Milton's II
On Arqueänassa of Colophos..
ib. Pensero 0...
On Fulvia, the Wife of Anthony. From the Thc Hue and Cry
Latip of Augustus Cæsar....
44 The Patriot. To the right hon. William Lord
Hud bras imitated. Written in 1710
ib. Cowper, Lord High Chancellor of Great
An Ode to the Creator of the World. Occa-
sioned by the Fragments of Orpheus....... ib. The second Scene of the first Act of Orestes,
To Mr. Addison, on his Tragedy of Cato 46
a Tragedy. Translated from Euripides ...... 57
Advice to Mr. Pope. On his intended Trans-
On the Birth-day of the right honourable the
lation of Homer's Iliad, 1714............... ib.
Lord Chancellor Parker. July 23, 1719 53
To the Memory of Milton ...
ib. The XIV. Olympick of Pindar. To Asopicns
To a Lady with the Tragedy of Cato............
Fragment.--Promiscuous crowds to worthless The Morning Apparition
ib. Written in a Window at Wallington-House, then
Serenata for two Voices, on the Marriage of the Seat of Mis. Elizabeth Bridges, 1719... 59
the right hon. the Lord Cobham to Mrs. The Supplement: the Character of Mrs. Eliza-
beth Bridges. Imperfect
Horatius. In libro primo Epistolarum ib. The Ecstasy. An Ode.....
ib. The tenth Book of Lucan's Pharsalia. Traus-
On a Collar presented for Happy Gill, 1712... ib. lated
POEMS OF SHEFFIELD, DUKE OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.
The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson.....
Testimonies of Author's concerning bis Grace
and his Writings.
The Temple of Death. In Imitation of the
The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson
105 | Ad Virum doctissimum Dominum Samuelem
127 Translation, By Mr. Cooke......
ib. On the taking Namur......
On the Marriage of George Prince of Den- Ode.--In Imitation of Horace, III.Od. ii. writ-
mark, and the Lady Anne
129 ten in 1692
On Exodus iii. 14. lam that I am. An Ode. Hymn to the Sun. Set by Dr. H. Purcell, and
Written 1688, as an Exercise at St. John's intended to be sung before their Majesties
on New year's Day, 1693-4 ....... ..... 138
Considerations on Part of the LXXXVIII. The Lady's Looking-glass. In Imitation of a
Psalm. A college Exercise, 1689.
To the Rev. Dr. F. Turner, Bishop of Ely, who Love and Friendship: a Pastoral. By Mrs.
had advised a Translation of Prudentius . ib. Elizabeth Singer, afterwards Rowe........ ib.
A Pastoral to the Bishop of Ely, on his Depar- To the Anthor of the foregoing Pastoral ...... 140
ture from Cambridge
131 To a Lady: she refusing to continue a Dispute
To the Countess of Exeter, playing on the Lute ib. with me, and leaving me in the Argument.
On a Picture of Seneca dying in a Batb ; by Au Ode....
132 Seeing the Duke of Ormond's Picture at Sir
Ode.--Wbile blooming youth and gay delight ib. Godfrey Kneller's
An Epistle to Fleetwood Shephard, Esq. ib. Celia to Damon
Another Epistle to the same
135 Prologue, spoken by Lord Buckhurst, in West-
To the Countess of Dorset. Written in her
minster School, at a Representation of Mr.
Milton. By Mr. Bradbury
Dryden's Cleomenes, at Christmas, 1695 ... 142
To the Lady Dursley. On the same Subject... ib. An Ode, presented to the King, on his Majesty's
To my Lord Buckburst, very young, playing Arrival in Holland after the Queen's Death,
with a Cat
Ode.-While from our looks, fair nymph, you
In Imitation of Anacreon
135 Ode sur la Prise de Namur, par les Armes du
A Song.-In vain you tell your parting lover. ib. Roy, l'Annee 1692. Par Monsieur Boileau
The despairing Shepherd
To the hon. Charles Montague, Esq. afterwards An English Ballad on the taking of Namur by
Earl of Halifax
Presented to the King, at his Arrival in Holland, A Paraphrase from the French ...
after the Discovery of the Conspiracy, 1696. 146 From the Greek
The Secretary. Written at the Hague, 1696, 147 Epigram.---Frank carves very ill, yet will palm
To Cloe weeping
ib. all the meats
To Mr, Howard. An Ode
ib. Epigram.—To John I owed great obligation.. ib.
148 Epigram.--Yes, every poet is a fool...
ib. Epigram.-Thy nags the leanest things alive. ib.
Cupid and Ganymede.
ib. To a Person who wrote ill, and spoke worse
149 against me
ib. On the same Person
Song.-If wine and music have the power
ib. Quid sit futurum cras fuge quærere...
The Dove ........
ib. A Ballad of the Notbrowne Mayde
A Lover's Anger
150 Henry and Emma. A Poem, upon the Model
Mercury and Cupid.......
ib, of the Nut-brown Maid
On Beauty. A Riddle
151 An Ode, humbly inscribed to the Queen, on
The Question. To Lisetta..
ib. the glorious Success of her Majesty's Arms,
ib. 1706. Written in Imitation of Spenser's Style. 178
ib. Her right Name ......
The Lady wbo offers her Looking-Glass to Cantata. Set by Monsieur Galliard
Venus. Taken from an Epigram of Plato. 152 ( Lines written in an Ovid. A Translation from
ib. the French
Answer to Cloe jealous, in the same Style; the A true Maid
A better Answer
ib. A reasonable Affliction
Pallas and Venus. An Epigram
153 Another reasonable Amiction
1o a young Gentleman in Love. A Tale...... ib. Another
An English Padlock
ib. On the same Subject
On the same
A Dutch Proverb
ib. Phyllis's Age
Paulo Purganti and his Wife; an honest but Forma Bonum fragile.....
a simple Pair
ib An Epigram. Written to the Duke de Noailles. ib.
157 Epilogue to Smith's Phædra and Hippolytus,
Written at Paris, 1700, in the Beginning of spoken by Mrs. Oldfield, who acted Ismena. ib.
158 A critical Moment
Written in the Beginning of Mezeray's History Epilogue to Mrs. Manley's Lucius
jb. The Thief and the Cordelier. A Ballad 184
Written in the nouveaux Interets des Princes To Chloe .......
ib. An Epitaph.--Interr'd within this marble stone. ib.
Adriani Morentis ad Animam suam
ib. Written in Montaigne's Essays, given to the
In French. By Monsieur Fontenelle... 159 Duke of Shrewsbury in France, after the
Imitated. In English..... ..
ib. Peace, 1713
A Passage in the Moriae Encomium of Eras- An Epistle desiring the Queen's Picture.
Written at Paris, 1714, but left unfinished,
To Dr. Sherlock, on his practical Discourse by the sudden News of her Majesty's Death. ib.
ib. To the right bonourable the Countess Dow.
Carmen Seculare, for the Year 1700. To the ager of Devonshire, on a Piece of Wiessen's,
whereon were all her Grandsons painted ... ib.
The Remedy worse than the Disease
164 | A Fable, from Phædrus. To the Author of
An Ode, inscribed to the Memory of the hou.
the Medley, 1710
Colonel George Villiers, drowned in the River To the right honourable Mr. Harley. Horace,
Piava, 1703. In Imitation of Horace, I Ode
1 Ep. ix. imitated
ib. To Mr. Harley, wounded by Guiscard, 1711.. ib.
Prologue, spoken at Court, before the Queen, An extempore Invitation to the Earl of Ox-
on her Majesty's Birth-Day, 1704
165 ford, Lord High Treasurer, 1712
A Letter to Monsieur Boileau Despreaux, oc- Erle Robert's Mice. In Chaucer's Style ib.
casioned by the Victory at Blenheim, 1704. ib. In the same Style
Upon a Passage in the Scaligeriana
167 | In the same Style
To a Child of Quality, five Years old, 1704: A Flower painted by Simon Varelst
the Author then forty
ib. To the Lady Elizabeth Harley, afterwards
The first Hymn of Callimachus. To Jupiter. 189 To Fortune
The second Hymn of Callimachus. To Apollo. 190 Nonpareil......
Charity: a Paraphrase on the thirteenth Chap- Chaste Florimel
ter of the first Epistle to the Corinthians 192 Doctors differ
Capid in Ambush
ib. Epigram.-Meek Francis lies here, friend :
Engraved on a Column in the Church of Hal- without stop or stay
stead in Essex ; the Spire of which, burnt On Bishop Atterbury's burying the Duke of
down by Lightning, was rebuilt at the Ex- Buckingham, 1720
pence of Mr. Samuel Fiske, 1717
ib. Upon Honour. A Fragment...
: or the Progress of the Mind. In Three Enigma on Pam at Loo
193 | The old Gentry
196 The insatiable Priest
200 A French Song imitated....
Solomon on the Vanity of the World: a Poem. A Case stated ....
In three Books
Upon playing at Ombre with two Ladies .... ib.
205 Cupid's Promise, a French Song paraphrased. ib.
Knowledge: the first Book
207 To the Earl of Oxford. Written extempore
Pleasure: the second Book
213 in Lady Oxford's Study, 1717
: the third Book ....
A Letter to the honourable Lady Margaret
Engraven on three sides of an antique Lamp, Cavendish Harley, wben a Child
given to me by Lord Harley ....
228 Lines written under the Print of Tom Britton
The Turtle and Sparrow : an elegiac Tale. the Small-Coal-Man, painted by Mr. Wool-
Occasioned by the Death of Prince George,
ib. Truth told at last
Down-Hall: a Ballad....
231 Written in Lady Howe's Ovid's Epistles ib.
Verses spoken to Lady Henrietta Cavendish Epistle, 1716.-I pray, good lord Harley, let
Holles Harley, Countess of Oxford. In the
Library of St. John's College, Cambridge, Another Epistle.--I pray lady Harriot the
November 9, 1719
233 time to assign
Prologue to the Orphan. Represented by True's Epitaph
some of the Westminster Scholars, at Hick- Epigram. - To Richmond and Peterburgh,
ford's dancing Room, February 2, 1720 234 Matt gave his letters
Husband and Wife ..
ib. | The Viceroy, a Ballad
Truth and Falsehood. A Tale
ib. Apology to a Lady, who told me, I could not
The Conversation. A Tale
ib. love her heartily, because I had loved
The Female Phaeton
255 others. In Imitation of Waller
The Judgment of Venus......
ib. Against Modesty in Love
Daphne and Apollo. Imitated from the first On a young Lady's going to Town in the Spring. 247
Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses..
236 When the Cat is a vay, the Mice may play.
The Mice. To Mr. Adrian Drift, 1708 257 A Fable, inscribed to Dr. Swift
Two Riddles. First printed in the Examiner, The Widow and her Cat. A Fable
Epigram, extempore, to the Master of St. SONGS, SET TO MUSIC BY THE MOST EMINENT MASTERS."
John's College, 1712
1. Set by Mr. Abel.—Reading ends in
Nell and John.
Bibo and Charon
ib. II. Set by Mr. Purcell. --Whither would
Wives by the Dozen
my passion run ?.... ........ ib.
Fatal Love ....
jb. III. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Strepbonetta,
A Sailor's Wife
why d'ye fly me?
On a Fart, let in the House of Commons...... ib. IV. Set by Mr. Smith.—Come weep no
The Modern Saint
more, for 'tis in vain
ib. V. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Let perjur'd
To a young Lady, who was fond of Fortune-
fair Amynta know
ib. VI. Set by Mr. Smith.-Phillis, since we
A Greek Epigram. Imitated
have both been kind
To a Frieni), on his Nuptials ....
ib. VII. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Phillis, this
The Wandering Pilgrim. Humbly addressed
pious talk gire o'er......
to Sir Thomas Frankland, Bart. Post-Mas-
VII. Set by Mr. Smith.--Still, Dorinda,
ter, and Pay. Master-General to Queen Anne. ib.
Venus's Advice to the Muses...
240 IX. Set by Mr. De Fesch.--Is it, O
Cupid turned Ploughman. From Moschus... ib.
Love, thy want of eyes
Pontius and Pontia.
X. Set by Mr. Smith. -Why, Harry,
Capid turned Stroller. From Anacreon ib.
what ails you? why look you so
To a Poet of Quality, praising the Lady Hin-
241 XI. Set by Mr. Smith.-Since my words,
though ne'er so tender
XII. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Morello,
charming without art.
XIII. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Love! in. XXV. Set by Mr. C. R.–Chloe beauty
form thy faithful creature .........
has, and wit.........
XIV. Set by Mr. De Fesch.--Touch the XXVI. Since, Moggy, I mun bid adieu ib.
lyre, on every string
ib. XXVII. Some kind angel, gently flying...... ib.
XV. Set by Mr. Smith.-Once I was un- XXVIII. Nelly
confin'd and free .......
XVI. Set by Mr. De Fesch.---Farewell,
Amynta, we must part
XVII. Set by Mr. Smith.--Accept, my
Ad Comitem Dorcestriæ, in Annum ineuntem,
love, as true a heart
251 1614. Ad Janum
XVIII. Set by Mr. De Fesch.- Nanny blushes Ad Dom. Gower, Coll. Magistrum, Epistola
when I woo her
XIX. Set by Mr. Smith.-Since we your Carmen deprecatorium ad Eundem
husband daily see
ib. Dum bibimus -- Obrepit non intellecta
XX, Set by C. R.-Phillis, give this hu-
ib. Reverendo in Christo Patri Thomæ Sprat,
XXI, Haste, my Nannette, my lovely Episopo Roffensi, &c.
ib. Epistola eodem Tempore missa
XXII. Set by Mr. De Fesch.-Since by ill Ad Pranc. Episc. Eliensem....
fate I'm forc'd away
ib. " Quicquid vult, valde vult.”
XXIII, Set by Mr. De Pesch.-In vain, In Comitis Exoniensis Cristam, tritici Fascem
alas! poor Strephon tries
ib. leonibus sustentatum, 1689
XXIV, Set by Mr. De Pesch.--Well! I will Epitaphium. M. S. Caroli Montague
never more complain........... 252 | Epitaph on Sir Thomas Powys, Knight......... ib.
The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson
257 | Song.- Pious Selinda goes to prayers
To the Author on his Plays and Poems. Ву A Hymn to Harmony, in Honour of St. Ce-
Mrs. Elizabeth Tollet.....
267 cilia's Day, 1701. Set to Music by Mr.
Epistle to the right honourable Charles Lord Verses to the Memory of Grace Lady Ge-
269 thin, occasioned by reading her Book, en-
The Mourning Muse of Alexis: a Pastoral. titled Reliquiæ Getbinianæ
Lamenting the Death of Queen Mary ib. | Epitaph upon Robert Huntingdon of Stanton
To the King, on the taking of Namur. Irre- Harcourt, Esq. and Robert bis Son
271 To Mr. Dryden, on his Translation of Persius. ib.
The Birth of the Muse. To the right honour- The eleventh Satire of Juvenal
able Charles Lord Halifax.
272 Prologue to Queen Mary, upon her Majesty's
On Mrs. Arabella Hunt, singing. Irregular Ode. 274 coming to see the Old Batchelor, after hav-
Priam's Lamentation and Petition to Achilles,
ing seen the Double Dealer
for the Body of his Son Hector ...... ..... 275 Epilogue at the Opening of the Queen's The-
The Lamentations of Hecuba, Andromache, atre in the Hay-Market .....
and Helen, over the dead Body of Hectur... 276 Prologue to Pyrrhus, King of Epirus, a Tra-
Paraphrase upon Horace, Ode xix. Lib. i.
278 gedy, by Charles Hopkins ...
Stanzas in Imitation of Horace, Lib. ii. Ode xiv. ib. Epilogue to Oroonoko
In Imitation of Horace, Ode ix. Lib. i.
ib. Prologue to The Husband his own Cuckold, a
Song.-1 look’d, and I sigh'd, and I wish'd I Comedy, by Mr. J. Dryden, Jun..
could speak .....
279 Prologue to A very good Wife, a Comedy, by
ib. Prologue to the Court, on the Queen's Birth-
Song.-- False though she be to me and love... 280
Song in Dialogue, for two Women....... ib. The Tears of Amaryllis for Amyntas, a Pas-
Song.-Tell me no more I am deceived ib. toral; lamenting the Death of the late
ib. Lord Marquis of Blandford
Song -Cruel Amynta, can you see
ib. To Cynthia, weeping and not speaking. Elegy. 289
Song:-See, see, she wakes, Sabina wakes ! ... ib. Amoret..
Occasioned by a Lady's having writ Verses in Lesbia
Commendation of a Poem which was writ- Doris
ten in Praise of another Lady
ib. To Sleep. Elegy
Epigram, written after the Decease of Mrs. To Sir Godfrey Kneller, occasioned by L-
Arabella Hunt, under her Picture drawn
Y's Picture ..
playing on a Lute
ib. To a Candle. Elegy