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Bewailing iny own Inconstancy
48 The third Part: or, the Account balanced 70
The Conclusion. God exalted above all Praise ib. after Mr. Dryden. An Epigram
To Nathanael Gould, Esq. afterwards Sir Na-
Sight of some of her Divine Poems, never
To the Reverend Mr. Benoni Rowe. The Way
On the Death of an aged and honoured Rela-
To the Reverend Mr. John Howe
A funer Poem on the Death of Th as
The Hero's School of Morality
Elegy on the Death of the Reverend Mr.
To Mr. Nicholas Clark. The Complaint ib. Praise to God for our Redemption
59 Praise to God for Mercies spiritual and tem-
To Mrs. B. Bendish. Against Tears..... 60 Praise to God for learning to read...
To David Polbill, Esq. An Epistle......... 61 Solemn Thoughts of God and Death..
To David Polhill, Esq. An Answer to an in- Love bctweeu Brothers and Sisters
To Thomas Gunston, Esq. Happy Solitude. | Obedience to Parents
To Mitio, my Friend. An Epistle........ ib. For the Lord's Day Morning
POEMS OF A. PHILIPS.
EPIGRAMS AND SHORT POEMS.
To Miss Charlotte Pulteney, in her Mother's
From Holland, to a friend in England, in the To Mr. Addison on Cato
of the Lords Justices appointed by his Ma- The Fable of Thule, unfinished........
ib. The first Olympionique of Pindar. To Hiero
Song.-Why we love, and why we hate......... ib. The second Ode. On Women
ib, The third Ode. On Love
The Triumphs of the Gout. Translated from An Inscription on the Cell
IV. Agib and Secander; or, the Fugitives 197 | The Manners. An Ode
An Epistle addressed to Sir Thomas Hanmer,
Ode, written in the Year 1746.-How sleep Observations on the Oriental Eclogues
ib. Observations on the Odes descriptive and al-
VII. He describes his Vision to an Ac- Nancy of the Vale. A Ballad
XIV. Declining an Invitation to visit fo- The dying Kid.........
SONGS, WRITTEN CHIEPLY BETWEEN THE YEARS 1737
XIX. Written in Spring, 1743
XXI. Taking a View of the Country from XV. Winter. 1746
279 A pastoral Ode To the honourable Sir Ri-
tary Life ......
280 Love and Music. Written at Oxford, when
ib. ] Jemmy Dawson, a Ballad; written about the
ous Mind, on the melancholy A pastoral Ballad, in four Parts, 1743.
Tbe Princess Elizabeth : a Ballad, alluding to Stanzas to the Memory of an agreeable Lady,
a Story recorded of her, when she was Pri- buried in Marriage to a Person undeserving
The Rape of the Trap. A Ballad. 1737 301 VIII. Ou the Assignation Seat
On Mr. C- of Kidderminster's Poetry ib. X. On a Seat
Inscription to the Memory of A. L. Esq. ib.
ning of a Collection of Flowers,
Simile.-What village but has sometimes seen. ib.
stone, as a proper Inscription for
The Ruined Abbey; or, the Effects of Super-
V. On the Back of a Gothic Alcore ......... 329 Extract frożn Mr. Mason's English Garden,
The last Day. In three Books.
VI. On Women. Inscribed to the