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From ber “ Miscellanies," Oxford, 1750
A ballade of the not-browne mayde. From Mr.
Capels “ Prolufons," 1760, compared with the
“ Reliques of ancient English poetry," 1775 32, Harpalus complaint of Phillidaes love bestowed on
Corin, who loved her not; and denied bim that loved her. From “ Songes and sonettes written by Henry Haward earle of Surrey, and other," 1557
344 Epigram. On wit. From “ A collection of epigrams," 1737
349 An epitaph on a poor boneft man; intended to be
plac'd on a stone in the chancel of the cburch of Brombam in the county of Wilts. From “ The
foundling-hospital for wit," 1743 A tranpation of an Irish Song, beginning Ma ville
flane g’un oughth chegh khune, &c. From “ The
gentleman's magazine," for October, 1751 • 331 To Mr. Secretary Murray, on bis turning evidence. From a printed copy, 1747
- 353 The beggar. From Pearches collection
- 357 An beroic epiftle to fir William Chambers, knight, &c.
From the 14th edition, 1777
Silent Nymph, with curious eye!
* Born 1700 ; dyed 1758.
Or the tuneful nightingale
About his chequer'd fides I wind,
Withdraw their summits from the skies,
Now I gain the mountain's brow,
Old castles on the cliffs arise,
Below me trees unnumber'd rise,