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N Address to the Deity

Thomson

Barbanle 55

1 A Summer Evening's Meditation

Adam and Eve, in a Morning Hymn, Hymn to Content

54

call upon all the Parts of the Creation To Wisdom

ib. 54

to join with them in extolling their com- Despondency. An Ode

Burns 54

mon Maker

Milton 1 The Frailty and Folly of Man

Prior 55

On the Deity

Mrs. Barbarla

1 A Paraphrase on the latter Part of the Sixth

Hymn on Gratitude

Addison 21 Chapter of Matthew

Thonison 55

Hymn on Providence

ib. 2 The Sluggard

Hymn, from the beginning of thel9th Psalm ib. 2) The Rose

ib. 56

Another Hymn

Mrs. Rowe 3 The Ant, or Emmet

ib. 56

Hymn

ib. s A Summer Evening

· ib. 56

Hymn, from Psalm 148th

Ogilrie 3 The Nunc Dimitis

Merrick 56

Psalm 4th - Psalm 5th

Merrick 4 The Benedicite paraphrased

ib. 56

Psalm 6th - Psalm 8th

in. 5 The Ignorance of Man

ib. 58

Psalm 230 - Psalm 122d

ib. 5 The 'I'rials of Virtue

ib. 58

Hyma to Cheerfulness — The author being Christ's Passion: from a Greek Ode of Mr.

Dr. Akenside 6 Masters, formerly of New College Pitt 59

The 8th Psalm Translated

Christopher Pitt 71 A Funeral Hymn

Mulce 59

Psalm the 24th paraphrased

ib. 7 Veni Creator Spiritus, paraphrased Dryden 60

Psalm 29th

8 A Night Piece

Miss Carter 60

Psalm 46th paraphrased

ih. 8 Ode to Melancholy

ib. 61

Psalm 90th paraphrased

ib. 9. Written at Midnight in a Thunder Storm ib. 61

Psalm 144ch paraphrased

ib. 9 The Vanity of Human Wishes Johnson 62

The 3d Chapter of Job

ib. 10 Elegy on the Death of Lady Coventry.

The 25th Chapter of Job paraphrased ib. 11 Written in 1760

Muson 65

The Song of Moses in 15th Chapter of Exo- Elegy to a young Nobleman leaving the Uni-

dus paraphrased

ib. 11 yersity,

ib. 66

The 13th Psalm paraphrased

ib. 12 The Choice of Hercules : from the Greek of

An Hymn to the Supreme Being. An Imita- Prodicus

Louth 67

tion of the 104ch Psalm

Blacklock 13 The Hermit

Parnell 69

Two Hymns

Anon. 15 The Fire Side

Cetion 71

A Hymn on the Seasons

Thomson 15 VISIONS for the Entertainment and instruction

Hymn to Humanity

Longhorne 16

of Younger Minds, by Dr. COTTO..

The Enlargement of the Mind. To William

Address

Langhorne, M. A.

it. 17

The Universal Prayer

Vision I. Slander. Inscribed to Miss *** 73

Pupe 19

I. Pleasure

Messiah, a Sacred Eclogue

ib. 19

The Prize of Virtue

III. Health

76

ib. 20

IV, Content

An Elegy, written in a Country Church-Yard

(irty 20

V. Happiness

80

Death

Putous 21

VI. Friendship

The Grave

Blnir 21

VII. Marriage. Inscribed to Miss **

Happiness to be found in Virtue alone Pope

VIII. Lite

IX. Death

87

On the Eternity of the Supreme Being Smart 31

On the Immensity of the Supreme Being ib. 92 FABLES, by the late Mr. GAY.

On the Omniscience of the Supreme Being ib. 6.3 The Shepherd and the Philosopher

91

On the Power of the Supreme Being ib. 94 The Lion, the Tiger, and the Traveller 92

On the Goodness of the Supreme Being ib. 30 | The Spaniel and the Cameleon

93

Ode to Wisdom

Miss Carter 37 | The Mother, the Nurse, and the Fairy

Op Human Life

Ogilvie 38 | The Eagle and the Assembly of Animals

Diseases are the Consequence of Intempe- The Wild Boar and the Ram

94

ib. 36 i The Miser and Platus

9$

Wishes obtained often make men miserable The Lion, the Fox, and the Geesc

Ogilvie 38 The Lady and the Wasp

93

Deity

Boyse 39 The Bull and the Mastiff

95

The Day of Judgement: a Seatonian Prize- The Elephant and the Bookseller

96

Poemi

Dr. Glynn 48 'The Peacock, the 'Turkeys and the woose 96

Hymns

Mrs. Barbara 50 Cupid, Hymen, and Plurus

An Address to the Deity

ib. 52 The Taite Stay

'The

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The Monkey who had seen the World 97 Night II. Life compared to the Sun-dial

. 118

The Philosopher and the Pheasants

98

Death of the good Man

119

The Pin and the Needle

98 NightIII. Picture of Narcissa, Description of

The Shepherd's Dog and the Wolf

99

her Funeral, and a Reflection

The Painter who pleased nobody and every

upon Man

body

99 NightIV.Death not to be dreaded

120

The Lion and the Cub

100

Death desirable to the Aged

• 120

The Old Hen and the Cock

100

Folly of Human Pursuits

'The Rat-Catcher and Cats

100

Folly of the Love of Life in the Aged 121

The Goat without a Beard

101

121

The Old Woman and her Cats

101 fears of Death extinguished by

The Butterly and the Snail

101

Man's Redemption

121

The Scold and the Parrot

102

Greatness of the Redemption

122

The Cur and the Mastiff

102

Praise, bestowed on Men, due to

The Sick Man and the Angel

102

Heaven

123

The Persian, the Sun, and the Cloud

103

Magnificence and Omnipresence

The Fox at the Point of Death

103

of the Deity

129

'The Setting Dog and the Partridge

101

Inability of sufficiently praising God 123

The Universal Apparition

101
Man --Religion

194

The Two Owls and the Sparrow

104

God's Love to Man

124

The Courtier and Proteus - The Mastiffs 105

Lukewarın Devotion

The Barley Mow and the Dunghill

106

Death, where is thy Sting?

124

Pythagoras and the Countryman

• 106

Faith enforced by our Reason

125

The Farmer's Wife and the Raven

106

False Philosophy

125

The Turkey and the Ant

. 107

The mere Man of the World

The Father and Jupiter

107 Night V. Darkness

- 125

Th: Monkeys

107

The Futility of Man's Resolutions 126

The Owl and Farmer

108

The Power of Example - Midnight 126

The Jugglers

- 103

Little to be expected from Man 126

The Council of Horses

109

Wisdom

· 126

'The Hound and the the Huntsman

109

Reflections in a Church-yard - 126.

The Poet and the Rose

110

Little Attention paid to the Warn-

The Cur, the Horse, and Shepherd's Dog

110

ings of Death

127

The Court of Death

. 110

Life compared to a Stream

'The Gardener and the Hog

Suicide

127

The Man and the Flea

- 111

Tears

128

The Hare and many Friends

111

Inattention to the Voice of Death 128

YOUNG'S NIGHT THOUGHTS.

Little Learning required, to be Good 129

The Caprice and universal Power

Night I. Sleep - Night

112

of Death

129

Invoca:ion to Silence and Darkness 112 NightVI.The Death of Narcissa

130

Time

112

Reflections on Man and Immortality 150

Man - Dreams

113

Genius connected with Ignominy

131

Vanity of Lamentation over the

Exalted Station

131

Dead

113

True Greatness

132

Life and Eternity

113

The Torment of Ambition

132

Time and Death

114

True Riches

192

Oppression, Want, and Disease 114

The Vanity of Wealth

192
Reflections on viewing a Map of the

Inunortality

193

114

Man ignorant of his real Greatness 133

The Instability end Insufficiency of

Disbelief of a Future State

193
Human Joys

115,

Man's Immortality proved by Nature 199

Man shortsighted

115 Night VII.Discontent

194

Presumption of depending on To-

Reason and Instinct

· 194

115

Human Hope

134

Sudden Death

115

The Madness of Infidelity • 135

Man's Proneness to postpone Im.

Ambition of Fame - Avarice- 136

provement

115

Address to Unbelievers

136

Man insensible oi his own Mortality 115

The Passions

· 197

Night II. Avarice of Time recommended 116

Proofs of Immortality. Man's Hap-

Inconsistency of Man

116

piness consists in the Hope of it 137

Waste of Time

116

Misery of Unbelief

197

False Delicacy - Conscience 117

The Annihilation of Man, incompa-

Man's Supineness

117

tible with the Goodness of God - 139

The Depravity of Man

118

TheGuilty alone wish for Annihilation 139

Inerability of Life

118

No spiritual Substance annihilated 139

Vanity of Human Enjoyments,

The World a System of Theology 199

taught by Experience

118

Virtue the Fruit of Immortality 199

Death unavoidable

118

Free Thinking

· 139

Night VII.

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Night VII. Rational and Animal Life 140 Solitude -- The Day of Judgement Young 131

The Gospel

The Mystery of a Future State, no

FABLES for the FEMALE SEX, by Mr.NOORE.

Argument against it

140 The Eagle and the Assembly of Birds

Hope

140 The Panther, the Horse, and other Beasts 154

Night VIII.

Worldly Pursuits

141 The Nightingale and Glow-worm

155

Human Life compared to the Ocean 141 Hymen and Death

155

The Love of Distinction

141 The Poet and his Patron

156

Pleasure

111 The Wolf, the Sheep, and the Lamb - 156

Rise of Pleasure

142 The Goose and the Swans

157

The End of Pleasure

142 The Lawyer and Justice

- 158

Virtue and Piety

142 The Farmer, the Spaniel, and the Cát

• 159

Resources of a Dejected Mind 142 The Spider and the Bee

• 160

A Man of Pleasure is a Man of Pain 142 The Young Lion and the Ape

- 160

Earthly Happiness

143 The Colt and the Farmer

- 161.

Joy -- follies of Imagination 143 The Owl and the Nightingale

. 162

Pleasure consists in Goodness 143 The Sparrow and the Dove

. 162

Picture of a Cond Man

144 The Female Seducers

• 165

The Fall of the Good Man

144 Love and Vanity

. 170

Wit and Wisdom

144 The Young Lady and Looking-Glass Wilkie 173

False Gaiety ends in Despair 145 The Boy and the Rainbow

ib. 173

NightiX.Reflections on Death

145 | The Rake and the Hermit

ib. 171

The World a Grave

145 The Youth and the Philosopher Whitcheud 175

The triumphs of Death

. 145 The Bee, the Ant, and the Sparrow

Cotton 175

Del and Conflagration

145 The Bears and the Bees

Merrick 177

The Last Day

145 | The Cameleon

ib. 177

Thoughtlessness of the Last Day 146 The Monkies, a Tale

ib. 177

Eternity and Time

146 Know Thyself

Arbuthno: 176

The unreasonableness of Complaint 147 Lessons of Wisdom

Armstrong 179

Grief and Joy---Night

• 147 The Pain arising from virtuous Emotions at-

Regularity of the Heavenly Bodies 147 tended with Pleasure

Ahenside 179

Miracles

147 Paraphrase on Psalm lxxiv.16, 17 Miss Williams 180

Nature the Foe of Scepticism 147 Paraphrasc on Isaiah, xlix. 15

ib. 181

Reasons for Belief

148 Paraphrase on Matt. vii. 12

ib, 181

The Power of God infinite - 148 Reflections on a Future State, from a Review

The World sufficient for Man. Con- of Winter

Thomson. 182

templation of the Heavens 148 A Prayer on the Prospect of Death Burns 182

Maa's Science the Cuiture of his The Genealogy of Christ, as it is represented

Heart

149

on the East Window of Winchester College

The Greatness of God inexpressible 149 Chapel. Written at Winton School Louth 182

The Misery of Sin - Reason 149 On the Death of Frederic Prince of Wales.
Man -- Death

150 Written at Paris, by Darid Lord Viscount

Reflections on Sleep

150 Stormont, of Christ Church, Oxon

184

Address to the Trinity

. 150 Death

Emily 184

Conclusion

151 On the Immortality of the Soul S. Jenyns 187

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Cymon and Iphigenia

Driden 927 Songe to Ana, Lordeofthe Castelo Brystowe

Theodore and Honoria

ib, 332

yine Daies of Yore. From Chutterton, under

The Rosciad
Churi'i!! 335 ihe name of Rouley

470

The Pleasures of Imagination Akenside 341 Bristowe Tragedie;or, the Dethe of Syr Charles

Day: a Pastoral

Cunningham 349 Bawdin. Chutterton,under the name of Roulcy 470

The Contemplatist : a Night Piece ib. 350 The Mynstrelles Songe in Ælla, a Tragycal

The Visions of Fancy
Langhorne 351 Enterlude

ib. 473

Letter from Italy to the Right Honorable Chorus in Coddwyn, a Tragedie

ib. 474

Charles Lord Halifax. In the Year 1701. Grongar Hill

Dyer 474

Adelison 353 Monody on the Death of his Lady

The Campaign

ih. 355

George Lord Littleton 476

An Allegory on Man
Parnell 359/A Winter Piece

Anon, 478

The Book-Worm

ib. 359 The School-Mistress. In Imitation of Spenser

An Amicos
R. West 300

Shenstone 479

An Address to Winter
Corper 361 Oriental Eclogues

Collins 482

Liberty renders England preferable to other The Splendid Shilling

J. Phillips 484

Nations, notwithstanding Taxes, &c. ib, 362 An Epistle to a Lady

Nugent 486

Description of a Poet

ib. 362 Alexander's Feast, or the Power of Music.

Love Elegies

362 An Ode on St. Cecilia's Day Dryden 487

An Essay on Poetry

Buckingham 364 An Epistle from Mr. Phillips to the Earl of

The Chace

Somerville 367 Dorset. Copenhagen, March, 9, 1709 • 488

Rural Sports; a Georgic
Gay 385| The Man of Sorrow

Grerille 489

Love of Fame, the Universal Passion Young 388 Monody to the Memory of a Young Lady Shaw 189

The Castle of Indolence. An Allegorical Poem An Evening Address to the Nightingale ib. 492

Thomson 409 | An Ode to Narcissa

Smollet 49:5

To the Memory of Sir Isaac Newton ib. 423 Elegy in Imitation of Tibullus

ib. 493

Hymn on Solitude

ib. 424 The Propagation of the Gospel in Greenland

Hymn to darkness
Yalden 425

Couper 493

Education
West 425 On Slavery and the Slave Trade

ib. 49:3

A Birth-Day Thought

433 On Liberty, and in Praise of Mr. Howard ib. 494

Moral Reflection. Written on the first Day of On Domestic Happiness, as the Friend of Vir-

the Year 1782

434 tueand of the false Good-natureof the Ageib, 494

The Triumph of Isis,occasioned by lsis,anElegy On the Employments of what is called an Idle

T. Warton 434
Life

ib. 495

Inscription in a Hermitage, at Ansly-Hall in The Post comes in the News-paper is read

Warwickshire

ib. 436

the World contemplated at a Distance ib. 495

Monody, written near Stratford upon Avon ib. 436 A Fragment

Mallet 496

On the Death of King George the Second ib. 436 Ode to Evening

Dr. Jos. Warton 497

On the Marriage of the King, 1761, to her

Isis. An Elegy

Moson 497

Majesty

ib. 437 Epistolary Verses to Ceorge Colman, Esq.

On the Birth of the Prince of Wales ib. 438 written in the Year 1756

Lloyd 498

Ode to Sleep
ib. 439 Ode to Arthur Onslow, Esq.

499

The Hamlei, written in Whichwood Forest ib. 439 Ode to Melancholy

Ogilvie 501

Ode. The first of April
ib. 439 Ode to the Genius of Shakspeare

ib, 501

Ode. The Suicide

T. Warton 440 Ode to Time; occasioned by seeing the Ruins

Ode. Sent to a friend on his leaving a favorite of an old Castle

ib. 602

Village in Hampshire
ib, 441 Ode to Evening

ib. 504

The art of Preserving Health Arugtrong 442 Ode to Innocence

ib. 505

Ode on the Spring

-Srainy 459 Morning; or, The Complaint. An American

Ode on the Death of a favorite Cat drowned Eclogue

Gregory 505

in a Tub of Gold Fishes

ib. 459 A Description of a Parish Poor-House. Crabbe 507

Ode on a distant Prospect of Eton College ib. 459 Description of a Country Apothecary ib. 507

Ode to Adversity

ib. 460 Description of a Country Clergyman visiting

The Progress of Poesy. A Pindaric Ode ib. 461 the Sick

ib. 507

The Bard. A Pindaric Ode

ib. 462 The Reason for describing the Vices of the

The Fatal Sisters. An Ode
ib, 463 Village

ib. 508

The Descent of Odin, An Ode
ib. 464 Apology for Vagrants

Anon, 508

'The 'Triumphs of Owen. & Fragment ib. 465 Epistle to a young Gentleman on his leaving

Ode on the installation of the Duke of Graf. Eton School

Dr. Roberts 508

ton. Irregular
ib. 465 London. A Poem

Johnson 509

A Prayer for IndiPerence

Greville 466 Great Cities and London in particular, allow-

The Fairy's Answer to Mrs. Greville's Prayer

ed their due Praise

Couper 511

for Indifference
Courdiss of c.

466 The Want of Discipline in the English Uni-

The Beggar's Petition
Anon. 467 versities

ib. 512

Follio. An Elegiac Ode; written in the Word Happy the Freedom of the Man whom Grace
near Ro-Castle, 1762

Mickle 467 makes free-His Relish of the Works

The Tears of Scotland

Smollet 469 of God-Address to the Creator. ib. 515

Ode to Mirth

ib. 469 That Philosophy which stops at Secondary

Ode to Levon Wate:
ib, 470 Causes reproved

ib. 514

Rural

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Rural Sounds as well as sights delightful

Pleasures of Memory; a Poein Rogers 530
Couper 514 From the Same -

530
The Wearisomeness of what is conmmonly From the Same

530
called a lite of Pleasure
ib, 515 From the Same

• 531
Satirical Review of our 'Trips to France ib. 515 Verses on a Tear

ib. 581
The Pulpit the Engine of Reformation ib. 515 A Sketcii of the Alps at Day-break

10. 33...
The Petii-Maitre Clergyman
ib. 516 A Wish

ib. 532
Armine and Elvira, a Legendary Tale

An Ode on Classic Education

Arou. 532
Carturight 516 Autumn

Thomson 533
An Italian Song
Rogers 321 Winter

ib. 545
Henry and Emma, a Poem upon the Model Kensington Garden

Tickell 555
of the Nut Brown Maid
Prior 521 A Moral Epistle

560
An Heroic Epistle to Sir William Chambers, Sonnets

Edvards 550
Knight, Comptroller General of His Mac Inmortality, or the Consolation of Human
jesty's Works, and Author of the late Dis- Life. A Monody T. Denton, A, M. 563
sertation on Oriental Gardening. Enriched From the Shipwreck

Falconer 358
with Explanatory Notes, chiefly extracted Pulpit Eloquence from the English Orator
from that elaborate Performance Anon. 527

Pulukce 573
BO () K III, DRAMATIC, &c.
XTRACTS from SHAKSPEARE.

Norval, not known at the tine to be Lady
577 Randolph's Son

Home 637
As You Like it

- 579 Young Norval informs Lord Randolph by
The Coniedy of Errors

582 what Means he acquired a Knowlege in
Love's Labor Lost
584 the Art of War

ih. 698
Measure for Measure

587 Douglas's Soliloquy in the Wood, waiting for
The Merchant of Venice

599 Lady Randolph, after he was known to be
The Merry Wives of Windsor · 598

her son

ib, 698
A Midsummer Night's Dream
• 599 CATO

Addiso: 698
Much Ado about Nothing

• 601
The Taming of the Shrew

• 601 DESCRIPTIONS, DETACHED SENTENCES,
The Tempest

606

SIMILES, &c.
Twelfth Night, or What You Will 609 The Happiness of a free Government
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
611

S. Johnson 777
'The Winter's Tale
614 The Killing of a Boar

Otway 717
Anthony and Cleopatra

- 612 Description of a Populous City Young 717
Coriolanus
622 Rural Courtship

Dryden 717
Cymbeline

• 625 Description of a person left on a Desert 711
Hamlet

Island

Thomson 717
The First Part of Henry IV. - 635 The first Feats of a young Eagle

Rowe 717
The Second Part of Henry IV. . 637 | The true brd of Educativa

ib. 717
The Life of Henry V.
640 Filial Piety

Mallet 718
The First Part of Henry Vi.
642 The same

Thomson 718
The Second Part of Henry VI. • 642Bad Fortune more easily borne than good
The Third Part of Henry VI.

Roue 713
The Life of Henry VIII.

645 Despair never to be indulged Phillips 718
The Life and Death of King John 648 A Friend to Freedom can never be a Traitor
Julius Cesar
051

Thomson 718
King Lear:
• 650 Description of a Hag

Olway 718
Macbeth

660 Happiness the inseparable Companion of Vir.
Othello
664

Roue 718
The Life and Death of King Richard II. 668 Honor superior to Justice

Thomson 718
The Life and Death of King Richard lu wha: Manner Princesought to be taught
IIX.
670

Mullet 718
Romeo and Juliet
- 672True End of Royalty

ib. 719
Timon of Athens
677 The real Duty of a King

Roue 719
Titus Andronicus
680 Character of a good King

Thomson 719
Troilus and Cressida
681 The Guilt of bad Kings

Mullet 719
The true End of Life

Thomson 719
DETACHED SCEN E S.

The same

S, Johnson 719
A Lion overcome by a Man

Lee 719
Sbastian and Dorax

Druden 68.7 | Character of an excellent Man Roue 719
Antony and Ventidius

ib. 687 Virtue the only true Source of Nobility
*Theodosius and Marcian
Lee 690

Thomson 90
Cluster and Hastings

Roue 69: The Happy Effects of Misfortune ih. 720
Custavus and Dalecarlians

Brovke 699 A Description of he Morning Otura 700
Gustavus and Cristiern
ib, 694 Another

Lec. 720
Lec' 695 The charming Notes of the Nightingale in. 7:20
Lady Randolph Lord Randolph, and young

The same

Rour: 72.)
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• 629

• 643

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