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Sappho to Phaon
Eloisa to Abelard
177 On receiving from the right honourable the
Lady Frances Shirley, a Standish and two
The Temple of Fame
........... 180 Epistle to Robert Earl of Oxford and Morti-
January and May. From Chaucer
TheWife of Bath, her Prologue. From Chaucer. 199 Epistle to James Craggs, Esq. Secretary of
The First Book of Statius his Thebais
The Fable of Dryope. From Ovid's Meta- Epistle to Mr. Jervas, with Mr. Dryden's
morpboses, Book ix
207 Translation of Fresnoy's Art of Painting ... ib.
Vertumnus and Pomona.
208 Epistle to Miss Blount, with the Works of
IMITATIONS OF ENGLISH POETS.
Epistle to the same, on her leaving the Town
after the Coronation, 1715...
ib. The Basset-Table, an Eclogue
Waller. Of a Lady singing to her Lute ib.
Verbatim from Boileau
On a Fan..
Answer to a Question of Mrs. Howe
Cowley.- The Garden
Occasioned by some Verses of his Grace the
Duke of Buckingham,
Earl of Rochester.-On Silence..
ib. Prologue to a Play for Mr. Dennis's Benefit,
Earl of Dorset --Artemisia
in 1733, when he was old, blind, and in
great Distress, a little before his Death ib.
The Happy Life of a Country Prologue to Sophonisba
ib. Macer: a Character
An Essay on Satire, occasioned by the Death To Mr. John Moore, Author of the celebrated
of Mr. Pope, in Three Parts :
ib. Song, by a Person of Quality, written in the
215 | On a certain Lady at Court
On bis Grotto at Twickenham, composed of
Essay on Man, in Four Epistles:
Marble, Spars, Gems, Ores, and Minerals .. ib.
217 To Mrs. M. B. on her Birth-day
2420 To Mr. Thomas Southern, on his Birth-day,
225 To Lady Mary Wortley Montague
The Universal Prayer..
229 The fourth Epistle of the first Book of Ho-
Moral Essays, in Five Epistles :
race's Epistles ....
Epistle 1. Of the Knowledge and Charac.
F.pigram on Mrs. Tofts, a handsome Woman
ters of Men
with a fine Voice, but very covetous and
II. Of the Characters of Women 233
IU. Of the Use of Riches...
Epigram on one who made long Epitaphs
IV. Of the Use of Riches
239 To Sir Godfrey Kneller, on his painting for me
V. To Mr. Addison, occasioned by
the Statues of Apollo, Venus, and Hercules ib.
his Dialogues on Medals....... 241 A Farewell to London, in the year 1715 284
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot, being the Prologie A Dialognie, between Pope and Craggs ..... ib.
to the Satires
242 Epigram engraved on the Collar of a Dog,
which I gave to bis Royal Highness
SATIRES AND EPISTLES OF HORACE IMITATED. Epigram, occasioned by an Invitation to Courtib.
Second Book, Sat. i.
To Mr. Fortescue ......
246 On an old Gate erected in Chiswick Gardens . ib.
Second Book, Sat, ii. To Mr. Bethel 948 Fragment.-What are the falling rills, the pen-
First Book, Ep. i. To Lord Bolingbroke .. 250
First Book, Ep. vi. To Mr. Murray.
Verses left by Mr. Pope, on his lying in the
Second Book, Ep. i. To Augustus
same Bed which Wilinot the celebrated Earl
Second Book, Ep. ii.
of Rochester slept in at Adderbury, then
belonging to the Duke of Argyle . .... ib.
THE SATIRES OF JOHN DONNE, DEAN OF ST. PAUL'S,
Verses to Mr. C. St. James's Place...............
On the Monument of the honourable Robert Justrations to the Dunciad: with the Hyper-
Bigby, and of his Sister Mary, 1727......... 286 critics of Aristarchus
On Sir Godfrey Kneller, in Westminster Abbey, Testimonies of Authors concerning our Author
ib. and his Works.......
On General Henry Withers, in Westminster The Dunciad: Book I.
On Mr. Elijah Fenton, at Easthamstead in
On Mr. Gay, in Westminster Abbey, 1732.... ib.
Intended for Sir Isaac Newton, in Westminster I. A Preface prefixed to the five first imper-
fect Editions of the Dunciad ..... 351
On Dr. Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, II. A List of Books, Papers, and Verses, in
who died in Exile at Paris, 1732. A Dialogue, 287 which our Author was abused ... 353
On Edmund Duke of Buckingham, who died IV. Advertisement to the first Edition, with
in the nineteenth Year of his Age, 1735 ib. Notes in quarto, 1729......
For one who would not be buried in West- IV. Advertisement, to the first edition of the
fourth Book of the Dunciad when
Another on the same
printed separately in the Year 1742... 355
Lord Coningsby's Epitaph
ib. V. Advertisement to the complete Edition of
On Butler's Monument
VI. Advertisement, printed in the Journals,
THE DUNCIAD: IN FOUR. BOOKS.
VII. A Parallel of the Characters of Mr.
A Letter to the Publisher, occasioned by the
Dryden and Mr. Pope
first correct Edition of the Dunciad...... ib. Index to the Dunciad
Martinus Scriblerus, his Prolegomena and Il- Quarto Edition of the Dunciad
The Author's Life, by Dr. Jobnson
365 | Psalm VIII. translated.......
............................ 368 XXIX.
Testimonies of Authors
v Au Epistle to Dr. Edward Young, at Easbury
in Dorsetshire, on the Review at Sarum,1722 371 CXXXIX. paraphrased in Miltonic Verse ... ib.
An Ode on the approaching Delivery of her CXLIV. paraphrased
Royal Highness in the year 1721
372 | Job, Chap. III.
On the Marriage of the Prince of Orange and Job, Chap. XXV. paraphrased
the Princess Royal of England ..... ib. The Song of Moses, in the fifteenth Chapter of
On the Marriage of Frederic Prince of Wales, Exodus, paraphrased.
and Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha 373 The third Ode of the second Book of Horace,
The first Hymn of Callimachus to Jupiter ib. paraphrased .....
The second Hymn of Callimachus to Apollo. 374 The third Ode of the fourth Book of Horace,
To Sir James Thornhill, on his excellent Paint- paraphrased
jug, The Rape of Helen, at the Seat of On the approaching Congress of Cambray.
General Erle in Dorsetshire. Written in
Written in the Year 1721
375 The fable of the young Man and his Cat ib.
Part of the second Book of Statius
377 To Mr. Pope, on bis Translation of Homer's
On the Death of a Young Gentleman
Christ's Passion, from a Greek Ode of Mr. Specimen of a Translation of the Odyssey
Masters, formerly of New College. An Ode. ib. On his Majesty's playing with a Tiger in
Do the King's Return, in the Year 1720....... 379 Kensington Gardens ......
On the Masquerades .
ib. A Dialogue between a Poet and his Servant.
On a Shadow. An Ode
380 In Imitation of Horace, Book II. Sat. VII... ib.
To Celia playing on a Lute
ib. Ode to John Pitt, Esq. advising him to build a
To the unknown Author of the Battle of the Banqueting-House on a Hill that overlooks
ib. the Sea
The twelfth Ode of the first Book of Horace Ode to John Pitt, Esq. on the same subject ... 393
381 On Mrs. Walker's Poems, particularly that on
The twenty-second Ode of the first Book of the Author
ib. Verses on a flowered Carpet, worked by the
A Prologue for the Strollers
young Ladies at Kingston
Verses on a flowered Carpet
594 Horace, Book II. Ep. XIX. imitated. An
On the Art of Preaching. A Fragment, in Imi- Epistle to Mr. Robert Lowth ...
tation of Horace's Art of Poetry
ib. To Mr. Spence, prelixed to the Essay on Pope's
Invitation to Mr. Dodelington. lo allasion to Odyssey
Horace, Book I. Ep. V.
395 Imitation of Spenser
Mr. R. Pitt, to his Brother C. Pitt, on bis Epistle to J. Pitt, Esq. Jn Imitation of Horace,
having a fit of the Gout..
ib. Ep. IV. Book 1.
Written in the Folds of a Pin-paper........ ib. Epistle to Mr. Spence. In Imitation of Horace,
De Minimis Maxima. Autore Ludovico Duu-
Ep. X. Book 1.
ib. Invitation to a Friend at Court
An Epitaph, inscribed on a Stone that covers Epistle to Ms. Spence, when Tutor to Lord
his Father, Mother, and Brother
396 Middlesex. In Imitation of Horace, Book I.
A Poem on the Death of Earl Stanhope ib. Ep. XVIII....
Epitaph on Dr. Keil, the late famous Astro-
The Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson......... 405 To his royal highness the Prince of Wales .... 503
Verses occasioned by the Death of Mr. Aik-
man, a particular Friend of the Author's... ib.
Ode.---Tell her thou soul of her I love......... ib.
485 Epitaph on Miss Stanley, in Holyrood Church,
To the reverend Mr. Murdock, Rector of Stad.
THE CASTLE OF INDOLENCE, AN ALLEGORICAL POEM.
dishall, in Suffolk, 1738.
A Paraphrase on the latter Part of the sixth
Chapter of St. Matthew.......
To Mr. Thomson, on bis unfinisbed Plan of a
The Incomparable Soporific Doctor
Poem, called the Castle of Indolence, in
The Happy Man........
Spenser's Style. By Dr. Morrell .... ....... 467
On the Report of a Wooden Bridge to be built
Britannia. A Poem
ib. Sung.--One day the god of soft desire
Ancient and Modern Italy compared : being Song.--Hard is the fate of him who loves..... ib.
the first Part of Liberty, a Poem
469 Song.--- Unless with my Amanda blest
Greece: being the second part of Liberty, a Song.---For ever, Portuue, wilt thou prove ib.
472 Song.-Come, gentle god of soft desire ib,
Rome: being the third Part of Liberty, a A Nuptial Song. Intended to have been in-
477 serted in the fourth Act of Sophonisba, a
Britain : being the fourth Part of Liberty, a Tragedy
482 Ode.-0 Nightingale, best poet of the grove . ib.
The Prospect: being the fifth Part of Liberty, To Seraphina. Ode.....
493 Ode on Eolus's Harp
A Poem Sacred to the Memory of Sir Isaac Hymn on Solitude
Newton. Inscribed to the right hon. Sir Prologue to Mr. Mallet's Mustapha
498 Dennis to Mr. Thomson, who had procured
A Poem to the Memory of the right honoura- him a Benefit Night
ble Lord Talbot, Lord Chancellor of Great Epitaph on Mr. Thomson
Britain. Addressed to his Son.......
Page 159, line 126, of the poem, for from, read form.
217, line 40, for weaker, read stronger
235, line 1, for life, read light.
236, line 12, for too, read to.
838, line 19, for are, read is.
240, line 2, for arts, read arcs.
C Whittingham, Printer, Goswell Street, London.
ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS,
MADE BY THE AUTHOR IN 1743, BUT NOT COPIED IN THE EDITION OF 1750.
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