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V O L. II.

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Contents of the Second Volume.

Page

POEMS, by Henry Lord Holland' 4 to 10

Charlotte, by Lotd Belgrave —— 11

Ode to Lord Belgrave, on his leaving Harrow —« 15

A Tenement to be let 21

Imitation of Catullus ■' 22

Rondeau ■ i '23

Sonnets — -' —— 24, 262

Imitation of Horace, to Lady Millar ——— 34

Love Elegy — — 38

Epistle to Lady Grosvenor ——' '41

Ode to Ed. Malone, Esq. on Rowley's Poems ~ 65

Ode, on the Birth-day of the Princess Amelia » 75

Extempore on Thought i —— 78

Inscription on a favourite dog - —— —— 79

Simile — 80' To Hope '' 82

By Mr. Hastings, on his passage from Asia —— 84

To Mr. Hailings ——— ————— 171

To the Memory »f Miss Linley «' — 88

Laurel and Thorn —— i no

To a Lady, by A. Kauffman i — qi

On a Robin, by Mrs. Bond Hopkins L 92

On Brown's alterations at Clermont —— 93

Bon Mot, by the late C. Townfhend i — 94

On the death of the late C. Townlhend ——— 95

On the Duchess of Kingston — 96, 97

Rondeau, by Mr. Luders' 07

On the Marchioness ot Buckingham — — g§

Sonnets, by T. Warwick —— —— 09

Epigrams 105, 106,113,116,117,130,159,160,169,179,

180, 181, 191, 205, 207, 287

Epitaphs i ^ 89,109,290

To Mrs. Damer, by Mr. Badini — m

To Lady Jersey — '. — u.

Songs '-— 114,115,158

On Duelling — — — _ 1,8

Praise of Potatoes —— i 128

Sects Poem, on the Balloon' _____ ];r

In a hermitage, by Mr. Warton —- 134, 155

On Mr. Eden's going to France — — 136,170

Sonnets _— 130,1(17,206

To E. M, Esq. .... — , .40
Anacreon and Stella — page I^,

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AUGUST I743.

»Y THE RIGHT HON. HENRY FOX, LATE LORD HOLLAND.

O! Where are all the winds? O! who will seize

£nd bear me gasping to some northern breeze?

Or westward to yon Pyrenæans go

Lay me where lies the yet unmelted snow.

O! my soul's panting wish in mid-day dreams!

O! native foil I O! verdure, woods, and streams,

Where are ye? And thou! lovely Redlynch ! where

Thy grassy prospects, and thy vernal air?

O! fend thy spacious waters to my aid,

Lend me thy lofty elm's protecting shade;

Vol. U. . B Hence

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