HE Author's Lise, by Mr. Chalmers 5 The Answer
The Judgment of Midas. A Masque
I, Tåleness ...
17 Reason and Resignation A Pable
II. To Ethelinda, on her doing my Verses New Version of the Psalms. CXLVIII. 56
the Honour of wearing them in her Ode to Lord Barnard, on his Accession to that
Bosom. Written at thirteen
III. On an Eagle confined in a College Court. ib. Ode to Lady Harriot
IV. On the sudden Death of a Clergyman.. 18 Ode to the Earl of Northumberland, on his
V. On Good-Nature
being appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland,
VI. On Ill-Nature
19 presented on the Birth-Day of Lord Wark-
Vil. To the reverend and learned Dr Web-
ster, occasioned by his Dialogues of The Sweets of Evening
Anger and Forgiveness ..
ib. Ode to a Virginia Nightingale, which was
20 cured of a Fit in the Bosom of a young
IX. The Author apologizes to a Lady for bis Lady who afterwards nursed the Author in
being a little Man.......
ib. a dangerous Illness.
X. An Ode on the 26th of January, being Martial, Book i. Ep. 26
the Birth-day of a young lady 21 On a Lady throwing Snow-Balls at her Lover.
XI. On taking a Bachelor's Degree
ib. From the Latin of Petronius Ascanius. ib.
XII. A Morning-Piece; or, an flyma for the
XII, A Noon-Piece; or, the Mowers at Din-
I. The wholesale Critic and the Hop-
XIV. A Night-Piece; or, modern Philosophy. ib.
II. The English Bull-Dog, Dutch Mastiff,
XV. On Miss
XVI. On the fifth of December, being the
III. Fashion and Night
IV. Where's the Poker
Birth-day of a beautiful young Lady. ib.
Ode for Music on Saint Cecilia's Day
V. The Tea-Pot and scrubbing Brush 61
VI. The Duelist
On the Eternity of the Supreme Being, a po. VII. The country Squire and the Mandrake. 69
28 VIII. The brocaded Gown anıl Linen-Rag .. ib.
On the Immensity of the Supreme Being, a
IX. Madam and tbe Magpie
29 X. The Blockhead and Beebive..
On the Omniscience of the Supreme Being, a
XI. The Citizen and the Red-Lion. of
On the Power of the Supreme Being, a poeti-
XII. The Herald and Husbandman
33 XIII. The Story of a Cock and a Bull ... 66
On tbe Goodness of the Supreme Being, a po- XIV. The Snake, the Goose, and Night-
ingale. Humbly addressed to the
The Hop-Garden: a Georgic. In two Books.
Hisses and Catcallers attending both
99 XV. Mrs. Abigail and the dumb Waiter... 67
The Hilliad: an epic Poem.
XVI. The Bag-Wig and the Tobacco Pipe.. ib.
A Letter to a friend at the University of XVII. Care and Generosity
40 XVIII. The Pig