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Criticisin on an Ancient Ballad
Bruce's Addrefs to his Troops.
Supplement to the Tobago Gazette
A Parable addressed to Perfecutors
Ode-The Insurrection of the Slaves at St. Domingo 238.
Some Account of the Albionites
Hymn to the Creator
Royal Interview of a Mayor
Trial of the Mutineers.
A General Speech, adapted to all Occasions
Verses on the Death of Lieut. Col. Buller
Cantata, by P. Pindar
Letter of G. A. Stevens
A Ruined Nation
Creeds to Choose
Lines to a Lady
Giles Jollup the Krave and Brown Sally Green
The Green Ass
Song on the Anniversary of Mr. Fox's Birth-Day
A Journal of Events
Letter from Dr. Franklin to Madam B**
The Three Curses
Dialogue between a Freeholder and his Reprefentative 340
A New System of Education
A Fast Day Hymn
Oracula Echus de Bello et Statu Nationts
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EPIGRAMMATA BACCHANALIA. Being Epigrams on the Subje&t of Melrs. Pitt and DUNDAS going
DRUNK to the House of Commons, on ihe Day when His Majesty's Message was to be delivered relative to an immediate Was with FRANCE.
All sober men deny with heart and hand;
When e'en our rulers can't so much as fland,
D. TO P. SINCE now John Bull we've led into a dance, And each man joins cross-partnership with France,
Shall we presume the joyful scene to aid ? -For who like us these generous joys should feel?
- You, gentle youth, shall tip them a cascade, While I contribute by a Scottish reel.
THE swinish multitude fee Burke disclaim,
And Pitt rejoin_“Thy sentiments are mine." --Say, shall the mob presume his creed to blame? When c'en our rulers get as drunk as-swine.