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To the memory of the celebrated Henry Fielding, who is in

terred without a monumental stone in the Factory burial ground at Lisbon, round which is planted many Cypress Trees. By Capt. E. Thompson.

WHILE pompous monuments adorn these tombs,

And every stone an Epitaph affumes;
To tell the Pedigree of fool and sot.
From whom descended---and by whom begot,
Yet all these plodding dunces can refuse
A Stone---and Epitaph---to thy sweet muse!
There needs no marble o'er such sacred bones,
To tell the fame of Fielding and Tom Jones;
For what these fools refus'd---kind Nature

gave : A grove of cyprefs to adorn thy grave.

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Ashing week. By Capt. Thompson,

Albany. A monody. By the same
Platonic love,
Ode to love,
In fomnum,
Death and the doctor. By P. Whitehead,
The torpid lover,
On seeing the Cozeners,
Epitaph in a country church-yard,
On seeing Mr. Garrick at the Theatre,
On a much talk'd of marriage,
Reflection, an elegy,
On Delia Neeping
Fame; an ode,
Love ; a jeu d'esprit,
Ode to the Lark,
An author's address to his bed,
On a fribble,
On Sir Geo. Warren losing his George,
Verses on the wall of an Inn,
On Dryden's buft being thrown down,

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On Miss A. Drummond. By Mr. Mason,
Lines to Mrs. Mahon,
A jeu d'esprit. By the dean of Derry,
On General Gage,
A sea song,
On a lady's picture. An epigram,
On Taylor's pictures. By Mr. Garrick,
An accomplish'd woman,
An elegy,
An ode to Miss S-M-of York-buildings,
Love epiftles. Lais, by Mr. Sheridan, &c.
Epistle ad. the pleasing constraint,
Epistle 4th. The experiment,
Epistle 7th. The disappointment,
Epistle uith. The artful maid,
Epistle 12th. The enraptur'd lover,
Epistle 13th. The fagacious doctor,
Epistle 16th. The bashful lover,
Epistle 17th. The haughty beauty.
O Miss Tempeft singing,
Hymn to the morn,
Pangs of love,
Hymn to Janus. By Mr. Cunningham,
The modern traveller,
Verses to a lady, with Shakespeare,
Epigram. By Prior,
Mr. Pope's welcome from Greece. By Mr. Gay,
Reflections on a clean thirt,

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To General Conway on his being Secretary of State,
The strolling player,
Mr. Langhorne to M.-Eli. de Beaumont,
On a lady's being troubled with St. Vitus's dance,
On the Scotch pavement,
Elegy on a tallow candle,
Epitaph on a young woman,
On a lady wearing patches by the Rev. G. Cafwal,
Sonnet. On the Operas,
On Lloyd's Opera. By C. Churchill,
On the 30th of November,
To the prince of Orange. By E. Waller,
To the Lucretia of Whitney,
Doll and Roger. An epigram,
Chloe, a song. By Mr. H. Kelly,
The poetical moralist. By the same,
A thunder storm. By Mr. Hope,
Verses from Lord Chesterfield, to his son,
Will of Nath. Lloyd,
The charactrifticks of a gooc wife,
Epitaph. By Dryden, for his wife,
Elegy on Mrs. Bowes. By L- M- W. Montague,
Verses on the elegy,
Answer to Lady Mary's verses,
Good-humour. By Lord Lyttleton,
The stage coach,
An old batchelor's will,
Felton and Curtius,

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