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A FRAGMENT, from the Italian;
Addressed to a young Lady, at Florence, who did not
WHEN, in your language, I, unskill'd, address
The short-pac'd efforts of a trammel'd Muse;
Soft Italy's fair critics round Me prefs,
And my mistaking paffion thus accuse.
Why, to our tongue's difgrace, does thy dumb love
Then laughing they repeat my languid lays
Nymphs of thy native clime, perhaps—they cry,
Do thou, my foul's foft hope, these triflers awe!
THE THIRD VOLUM E.
Poems on feveral Occafions
On the death of a fair Infant dying of a cough
At a Vacation Exercife in the College
The Fifth Ode of Horace. Lib. 1. English'd - 166
On his being arrived to the age of 23
When the affault was intended to the city
Elegia Tertia. In obitum Præfulis Wintonienfis
Elegia Quarta. Ad Thomam Junium
Elegia Quinta. In adventum veris
Elegia Sexta. Ad Carolum Deodatum, ruri commo
Pfalmus CXIV. Græcè
Philofophus ad regem quendam, &c.
In effigiei ejus fculptorem
Ad Salfillum Poetam Romanum ægrotantem