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To General Stanhope, on Dr. S.-.--.-.- Il's Tryal.
An Epifle from a Lady in England, to a Gentleman at A-
Epitaphium in Amatum Canem.
A Compliment to a young Lady, of a beautiful Comple&tion.
Verses written near an Hundred Years ago, upon the suddex
Confinement of the then Earl of Somerset, and his being
Transation of Horace, Book II. Ode 10.
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On the first Arrival of His MA JESTY King GEORGE in England.
OW Night retires, and, glorious, breaks
N That chears Mankind with an auspicious
When mighty BRUNSWICK laid his strict Commands, To man the Ships, and leave the Belgian Strands. In their own Element they graceful Ride, BRIT AN NI A's Safety, and her chiefęft Pride: The harden'd Oaks, the Product of her 'Soil, Thus gloriously reward the Labourer's Toil; The greatest good, Heav'n e'er did grant, they bring, To waiting BRITONS, their expected King :