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CO N T E N T S.
Fitzpatrick: 217 Verses sent to a young Lady with the new edition of Shakespeare
Carlisle 221 Verses on Mrs. Crewe Rhapsody on Tafte
Carlisle 235 Elegy written in the Garden of a Friend Mason 227 Elegy written in a Country Church Yard
Gray 331 Elegy on Captain Cook Death of Alico
Edwards 249 Monody to the Memory of Lady Lyttleton
Lyttleton" 251 Verses making Part of an Epitaph on the same Lady
ditto 251 Andre
Seward 263 Ode to John Howard, Efq;
Thefteep where Fame's proud temple shinesafar!
In life's low vale remote has pined alone,
II. And yet, the languor of inglorious days, Not equally oppreffive is to all. Him who ne'er liftend to the voice of praise, The filence of neglect can ne'er appal. There are, who, deaf to mad Ambition's call, Wou'd fhrink to hear th'obftreperous trump of Fame; Supremely bleft if to their portion fall Health, competence, and peace. Nor higher aim Had He, whose fimple tale these artless lines proclaim.