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Seeking a Divine Calm, &c. Casimir. B. IV.
Od. 28.

114 Happy Frailty, Launching into Eternity,

117 A Prospect of the Resurrection,

118 Ad Dominum Nostrum Jesum Chriftum : Oda,

119 Sui ipfius Increpatio : Epigramma, Excitatio Cordis Cælum versus, Breathing towards Heaven, Casimir. B. I. Od. 19. 124 In Sanctum Ardalionem, &c. Casim. Epigr. 100. 125 On the Protestant Church at Montpelier demolished, two Latin Epigrams englished,

126 Two happy Rivals, Devotion and the Muse,

127 On DIVINE The Hazard of Loving the Creatures,

131 Desiring to Love Christ,

132 The Heart given away,

133 Meditation in a Grove, The Faireft and the Only Beloved,

135 Mutual Love stronger than Death, A Sight of Christ

139 Love on a Crofs and on a Throne,

142 A preparatory Thought for the Lord's Supper,

143 Converse with Christ,

144 Grace shining, and Nature fainting,

146 Love to Christ present or absent,

148 The Absence of Chrift,

149 Desiring his Descent to Earth,

ISI Ascending to him in Heaven,

152 The Presence of God worth dying for; or, the Death of Moses,

153 Longing

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Longing for his Return,
Hope in Darkness,
Come Lord Jesus,
Bewailing my own Inconftancy,
Forsaken, yet hoping,
The Conclusion,

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Sacred to VIRTUE, HONOUR, and FRIENDSHIP. To her Majesty,

164 Palinodia,

168 To John Locke, Esq; retired from Business,

ibid. To John Shute, Esq; on Mr. Locke's Death, 169 To Mr. William Nokes : Friendship,

170 To Nathaniel Gould, Esq;

171 To Dr. Thomas Gibson : The Life of Souls, 173 To Milo: False Greatness,

175 To Sariffa : An Epille,

176 To Mr. Thomas Bradbury: Paradise,

179 Strict Religion very rare,

182 To Mr. C. and S. Fleetwood,

184 To Mr. William Blackbourn : Cafim. B. II.

186 True Monarchy, True Courage,

189 To the Reverend Mr. T. Rowe: Free Philosophy 191 To the Reverend Mr. Benoni Rowe: The Way of the Multitude,

192 To the Reverend Mr. John Howe,

194 The Disappointment and Relief,

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200

202

216

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The Hero's School of Mortality,
Freedom,
On Mr. Locke's Annotations, &c.
True Riches,

203
The adventurous Muse,

206
To Mr. N. Clark: The Complaint,

209
The Afflictions of a Friend,
The Reverse; or, the Comforts of a Friend,
To the Right Honourable John Lord Cutts :
The hardy Soldier,

213
Burning several Poems of Ovid, Martial, &c.

214
To Mrs. B. Bendysh : Against Tears,

216
Few Happy Matches,

217
To David Polhill, Esq; an Epistle,

219
The celebrated Victory of the Poles, &c. Casimir.

B. IV. Od. 4.
To Mr. Henry Bendysh : The Indian Philosopher, 229
The Happy Man,

232
To David Polhill, Esq; An Answer to an infa-
mous Satire against King William,

235
To the Discontented and Unquiet, Casim. B. IV.

240
To John Hartopp, Esq; Cafim. B. I. Od. 4.

243
To Tho. Gunston, Efq; Happy Solitude, Cafim.
B. IV. Od. 12.

245
To John Hartopp, Erq; The Disdain,

248
To Mitio, my Friend : The Mourning-Piece, 249
The Second Part: or, the bright Vision,

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254
The Third Part: or, the Accounts balanced, 262
On the Death of the Duke of Gloucester, &c.
An Epigram,

265
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An Epigram of Martial to Cirinus, infcribed to
Mr. Josiah Horte,

265 Epiftola Fratri suo dile&to R. W.

266 Fratri olim navigaturo,

269 Ad Reverendum Virum Dominum Johannem Pinhorne: Carmen Pindaricum,

270 Ad Johannem Hartoppum, Baronettum : Votum, feu Vita in Terris beata,

275 To Mrs, Singer ; on the Sight of some of her Divine Poems unprinted,

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в о о к III. Sacred to the MEMORY of the DEAD. An Epitaph on King William,

279 An Elegiac Song on Mrs. Peacock,

281 Epitaphium Domini Nathanielis Matheri,

283 An Elegiac Thought on Mrs. Anne Warner,

287. On the Death of Mrs. M. W.

290 A Funeral Poem on Thomas Gunston, Efq; 294 An Elegy on the Reverend Mr. Gouge,

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SONGS, DIVINE and MORAL. Divine Songs for the Use of Children

323-359 A flight Specimen of Moral Songs,

361 A Cradle Hymn,

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THE END OF WATTS'S POEMS.

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