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"More to inftruct thee, when five years fhall end, "I will again to vifit thee defcend,
"Bringing thy beauteous fon to charm thy fight,
Say of a fylvan nymph the fair youth came, "And Calycopis call his mother's name.
"For fhould't thou boast the truth, and madly own "That thou in blifs hadft Cytherea known, "Jove would his anger pour upon thy head, "And with avenging thunder ftrike thee dead. "Now all is told thee, and juft caution given, "Be fecret thou, and dread the wrath of heaven." She faid, and fudden foar'd above his fight, Cutting through liquid air her heavenward flight.
All hail, bright Cyprian Queen! thee first I praise, Then to fome other power transfer my lays.
Paraphrase upon Horace, Ode 19. Lib. 1.
Stanzas in Imitation of Horace, Lib. 2. Ode 14.
In Imitation of Horace, Odė 9. Lib. 1.
Occafioned by a Lady's having writ Verfes in Com-
Hymn to Harmony, in Honour of St. Cecilia's
Verses to the Memory of Grace Lady Gethin, occafioned by reading her Book, intituled Reliquiæ Gethinianæ
Epitaph upon Robert Huntingdon, of Stanton Har-
To Mr. Dryden on his Translation of Perfius
Prologue to Queen Mary, upon her Majefty's coming
Epilogue at the Opening of the Queen's Theatre in the Hay-market with an Italian Paftoral
Prologue to Pyrrhus King of Epirus
Epilogue to Oroonoko
Prologue to the Husband his own Cuckold
Prologue to A very good Wife, 1693
Prologue to the Court, on the Queen's Birth-day,