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So when great Rhea many births had given,
In short-liv'd charms let others place their joys.
Ah! Wieffen, had thy art been so refind,
A FABLE, from PHÆDRUS.
And peer'd, and felt, and turn'd it round :
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15 On Exodus iii. 14. “ I am that I am," an Ode.
19 Confiderations on Part of the 88th Psalm,
23 To Dr. Turner, Bishop of Ely, who had recommended to him a Translation of Prudentius.
24 A Pastoral, to the Bishop of Ely,
25 To the Countess of Exeter playing on the Lute. 28 On a Picture of Seneca dying in a Bath, by Jordain,
at Burleigh House. An Ode.
ibid. An Epistle to Sir Fleetwood Shephard.
35 To the Countess of Dorfet: Written in her Milton. By Mr. Bradbury.
41 To the Lady Dursley, on the same Subject.
42 To my Lord Buckhurst, very young, playing with
ibid. An Ode.
43 A Song.
44 The Despairing Shepherd.
To the Honourable Charles Montague, Esq. Page 46
An Ode presented to the King, on His Majesty's
Arrival in Holland, after the Queen's Death,
Carmen Seculare, for the Year 1700 : to the