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A ballad to the tune of the Cutpurse.
Vanbrugh's house, built from the ruins of
The biftory of Vanbrugh's house. 83
The virtues of Sid Hamet the magician's
Atlas; or, The minifter of ftate. To the lord
The description 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
* Verses 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 persons
* Duke upon duke. An excellent new ballad.
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.
* 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 to Mr. Thomas
Snow, etc. on the South-Sea fubfcrip-
Newgate's garland. A ballad, etc. 178
* The lamentation of Glumdalclitch for the
lofs of Grildrig. A paftoral.. 206
Mary Gulliver to captain Lemuel Gulli-
Phillis: or, The progress of love.
*To Quinbus Fleftrin, the man-mountain.
Epilogue to a play for the benefit of the
Epitaph on Picus Mirandula, applied to
51265 ibid. ibid.
Epitaph of by-words. Epigram, on feeing a worthy prelate go out of church in the time of divine fervice to wait on his grace the duke of D. 266 Epigram from the French. Epitaph.
Epigram, on the toafts of the kit-cat club, anno 1716.
* To a lady, with The temple of fame. 268 Verfes to be placed under the picture of England's arch-poet; containing a complete catalogue of his works. ibid. Dr. Swift to Mr. Pope, while he was writing the Dunciad.
* Bounce to Fop. An epiftle from a dog at Twickenham to a dog at court.
* On the countess of Burlington cutting
Epigram. * Another.
* On a certain lady at court.
To Dr. Delany, on the libels written against
On dreams. In imitation of Petronius. 284
Verfes on the death of Dr. Swift.