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The Fable of the Pot and Kettle, as it was
Fellow of Kings College, Cambridge.
A Song. By Mr. J. H.
The Grove. By the Earl of Roscomon. p. 348
By Mr. Dryden. The Salisbury Ghoft.
P. 350 The Beginning of a Paftoral on the Death
of his Late Majesty. Written by Mr. p. 354
Otway. of Nature's Changes. From Lucretius, 2
Lib. V. By Sir Robert Howard. Elegy XI. Lib. V. De Trift. Ovid
complains of his three Years Banish- p. 360
ment. Upon the late Ingenious Translation of
Pere Simon's Critical History. By >p. 362
H. D. Esq; Horti Arlingtoniani. Ad Clariflimum Dominum, Henricum, Comitem P. 364
Arlingtonis, donc. Song.
P. 367 On the King's House now Building at?
any Description of) to prove he Loves >p. 370
her. By a Person of Quality. Song by the fame Hand.
p. 372 On the Death of Melantha.
P. 373 To the Nightingale coming in the Spring.
Written by a Person of Quality in 1680.} Pe 375 An Elegy. Written by Mr. W.O. The Court-Prospect. By Mr. Ch, Hopkins. p. 383
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The THIRD EDITION.
L O N D ON: Printed in the Year MDCCXVI.
R E A D ER.
dertook the Poem of Absalom and Achitophel, upon the Defire of King Charles the Second. The Performance was applauded by every one ; and several Persons presing him to write a Second Part, he, upon declining it himself, spoke to Mr. Tate to write one, and gave him his Advice in the Direction of it; and that Part beginning Page 13, line 27 . Next these, a Troop of busie Spirits