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Let Crowds of Criticks now my Verse affail,
Let D--S write, and nameless Numbers rail.
This more than pays whole Years of thankless Pain,
Time, Health, and Fortune, are not lost in vain :
SHEFFIELD approves ; consenting PHOEBUS bends;
And I and Malice from this Hour are Friends,

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HE Temple of Death.

Page ! Ode on Love

8 SONGS and VERSES. Elegy to the Dutchess of R

24 A Letter from Sea. Love's Slavery. The Dream. To one who accused him of being too sensual in his Love.

33 The Warning TO AMORETTA. The Venture. Inconstancy Excused. Song: Song. Despair.

44 On Apprehension of losing what he had newly gain'd, in Imitation of Ovid.

47 The Reconcilement. Song:

50 Song:

52 To a Coquet Beauty.

53 The Relapse.

SS The Recovery.

37 The Convert.

59 The Picture. In Imitation of ANACREON. On Don Alonzo's being killed in Portugal, upon account of the Infanta, in the Year 1683. 64






The Surprize.

66 'A Dialogue sung on the Stage, between an el

derly Shepherd, and a very young Nymph. 68 On one who died discovering her Kindness. 71 On LUCINDA's Death.

73 To a Lady retiring into a Monastery.

75 The Vifion. Written during a Sea-Voyage ;

when sent to command the Forces for the Re-
lief of Tangier.

78 HELEN to Paris, from Ovid. Part of the Story of ORPHEUS. Being a

Translation out of the Fourth Book of Vir-

103 An Esay on Satire. An Esay on Poetry.

I 27 Ode on BRUTUS.

146 The Rapture. On Mr. Hobbs and his Writings.

I 80 Written over a Gate.

184 The Miracle, 1707.

185 Ode on the Death of Henry PURCELL, set to Mufick.

I 86 On the Loss of an only Son, ROBERT, Marquiss of NORMANBY.

189 On Mr. Pope and his Poems.

192 Stanza's.

194 The Election of a Poet Laureat in 1719. 197 On the Times.

203 On the Duke of YORK banish'd to Brussels. 206 On the Deity.

209 The Tragedy of Julius CÆSAR, alter'd. The Death of Marcus BRUTUS.


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