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A defcription of a city fhower. In imita-
The feventh epiftle of Horace imitated, and
addreffed to the earl of Oxford, in the
Part of the fixth fatire of the fecond book of
* The happy life of a country parfon. In
*A tale of Chaucer, lately found in an old
*The alley. An imitation of Spencer. 63
*The capon's tale. To a lady who father'd
her lampoons upon her acquaintance. 66
Verfes wrote on a lady's ivory table-book. 68
Frances Harris's petition to their excellencies
the lords juftices of Ireland. 69
Atlas; or, The minister of fate. To the lord ·
The defcription of a falamander. Out of
Pliny's Nat. Hift. Lib. 10. c. 67. and
*The elephant: or, The parliament-man.
Written many years fince. Taken from
An elegy on the fuppofed death of Partridge
Verfes to be prefix'd before Bernard Lin-
* To Mr. John Moore, author of the cele-
Verfes occafioned by an etc. at the end of
Mr. D'Urfy's name in the title to one of
Prologue, defign'd for Mr. D'Urfy's laft
Sandys's ghoft: or, A proper new ballad on
the new Ovid's Metamorphofes, as it
was intended to be tranflated by perfons
* Duke upon duke. An excellent new ballad.
Fragment of a fatire.
Apollo outwitted. To the honourable Mrs.
Finch, under her name of Ardelia. 130
Impromptu To lady Winchelfea. Occa-
fioned by four fatirical verfes on women
Stella's birth day. A great bottle of wine,
long buried, being that day dug up, 1722.
Stella's birth-day, March 13, 1726.
* Two or three; or, A receipt to make a
* On a lady who p--ft at the tragedy of
Cato; occafioned by an epigram on a lady
Epigram in a maid of honour's prayer-
* A panegyrical epifle 30 M Thomas
Snow, etc. on "The South Sea "fubfcrip-
*A new fong of new fimilies.