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II. 542

258

II.

441

Th. CHESTERFIELD [PHILIP DORMER STANHOPE EARL OF]

1. 263 1) Letter to his Son Philip Stanhope

1. 265 2) To the same

I. 269

II. Churchill (CHARLES ]

361 The Prophecy of Famine, a Scotch Pastoral, * (inscribed to John Wilkes )

II. 365 COLLINS [ WILLIAM ]

II. 339 1) Ode to Evening

II. 341 2) Hassan, or the camel - driver 3) The Passions, an Ode for Music

II.

545 CONGREVE [WILLIAM ]

II. 256 A Hymn to Harmony in honour of St. Cecilia's Day (1700)

II. COWLEY (A BRARAM]

II.

140 1) The Chronicle, a Ballad

141 2) The Epicure

II. 144 CUNNINGHAM [JOHN ]

II.

438

II. 1) Content, a Pastoral

440 2) Day, a Pastoral

II.
I. Morning

IN 441
II. Noon

II.

442 *IIL. Evening

II. 443 DEKHAM [JOHN)

II. 144 I) On Mr. Abraham Cowley's death

II. 146

II. 2) Cooper's Hill

149 DODSLEY (ROBERT]

Episod of the fair Milk - Maid DAYDEN (JOHN ]

I.

29 a) Prosaische Stücke : 1) Tragedy compared with Epic Poetry

1. 32

I. 2) Juvenal and Horace compared as Satirists

35 b) Poetische Stücke :

1) To the pious memory of the accomplished

young Lady Mrs. Anne Killegrew
2) Alexander's Feast, or the power of Music;
an Ode on St. Cecilia's day

II.

202 3) Theodore and Honoria

II. 208

I. DRYSDALE (John)

357

I.
On the Blessings of Peace

358

11.

372 II. 374

II. 196

II. DYER [JOHN]

348 Grongar- Hill FERGUSON [ ADAM]

On the Influences of Climate and situation I. 504 FIELDING (HENRY ]

» I. 163 History of the Man of the Hill

I. 166 Fox [ CHARLES JAMES ]

1. 577 1) Speecb in support of his East-India Bill '1782

I. 584 2) Against the Chancellor of the Exchequer I. **586 FRANKLIN (BENJAMIN )

564 The Way to Wealth

I. 573

u. 349 I. 502

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II. 400

Th. S. GAY (JOHN]

II. 262 1) A Ballad (from the what-d'ye-call-it) II. 264 2) The sick Man and the Angel

II. 265 3) The Council of Horses

II. 267 GIBBON (EDWARD )

I. 414
The State of Germany till the Invasion of the

Barbarians in the time of the Emperor De-
cius

I. 421 GILLIES [JOHN]

I. 516 The Lacedæmonians GLOVER (Richard ] Interview of Leonidas with his Queen

II.

491 GOLDSMITH (OLIVER ]

I.

279 a) Prosaisches Stück : The History of a philosophic, Vagabond

1. 282 b) Poetisches Stück: The Traveller or a Prospect of Society

II. 445 GRAINGER [JAMES ]

II. 388 1) Bryan and Pereene, a Westindian Ballad

390 2) A Hurricane described; of Calms and Earthquakes

II.

592 3) Junio and Theana

II. 396' 4) A West-India prospect ,

when

crop finished GRANVILLE (GBORG LORD LANDSDOWNE OF 'BIDDIFORD ] II. 268

1) Song, to Myra » Forsaken of my kindly
stars,

II.

270 2) To Myra „ Thoughtful nights"

II.

270 3) Song to Myra Why should a heart so tender"

II.

271 4) To Myra „Prepared to rail"

271 GRAY (THOMAS ]

1. 946 a) Prosaische Aufsätze: 1) To his Mother

I. 247 3) To Mr. West

I. 249 5) To his Mother

I. 250 b) Poetische Stücke:

1) Elegy, written in a country.- Church-Yard II.
2) Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College II.
3) The Bard, a Pindaric Ode

450 4) Hymn to Adversity

II. 455 HAMMOND [JAMES ]

II. 278 Flegy

II.

279 HARRIS (JAMES]

1. 529 Character of the English, the Oriental, the La.

tin and the Greek Languages; superla-
tive excellence of the last

I. 525 HAILEY (WILLIAM ]

JI. 595 I) A mother abandoned by her lover to her infant II. 596 2) Characters of many ancient Historians

II. 597

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Th. HUMB [DAVID)

1. 296 1) On Avarice

I.

299 2) The Execution and Character of Mary Queen of Scotland

I. 300 JAGO (RICHARD ]

II. : 1) The Blackbirds

II. 474 # 2) Hamlet's Soliloquy, imitated

II. 4763) Roundelay (written for the Jubilee at Stratford upon Avon)

II. 477 JERNINGHAM [JOHN)

i II,

572 I) Yariko to Inkles;

II. 572 2) The Magdalens

II. 578 JOHŃSON (SAMUEL)

I, 330 a) Prosaische Aufsätze: 1) The Journey of Life

1.

339 2) By what particularities' of excellence Shak

speare has gained and kept the favour of
his countrymen

I. 343 3) The Life of Wiliam Shenstone

I, 551 b) Poetische Stücke:

II. 1) Evening, an Ode to Stella

479 2) London, a Poem, in imitation of the third Satire of Jurenal

II. 480 JUNIUS

1. 474 Letter addressed to the Printer of the Public Advertiser

I. 476 LocКЕ [Јонх }

I. 38 1) Some Thoughts concerning Education

I. 40 2) On the Association of our Ideas

1. 45 LOGAN (JOHN]

II. 505 1) Ode to the

II, 505 2) Monimia, an Ode

II. 506 Lowth [ROBERT]

I, 495
The Choice of Hercules, from the Greek of
Prodicus

II, 496 LYTTELTON [George Lord]

I.

273 Hernando Cortez and William Penn

I. 275 MACPHERSON (JAMES]

II.

531

II. 1) Morna

336 . 2) Comal and Galvina

II, 538 5) The Songs of Selma

II, 539 MALLET. (DAVID ]

I 209 a) Prosaisches Stück i

A short View of the state of Learning in Eu

rope from the dark period of Gothicism
down to the sixteenth century

1.
b) Poetische Stücke :
I) William and Margaret

II. 383 2) Edwin and Emma

II. 385

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513

197
199

Th.
MASON [ WILLIAM]

II. 554
1) Ode to Truth

II: 555
2) \bdolonymus

JI. 557
Mickle [Wuliam JULIUS )

U. 510
Hengist and May, a Ballad

II.
MIDDLETON (CONYBRS ]

J. 149
Character of M. T. Cicero

I. 150
MILTON (JOHN)

II. 154
1) L'Allegro

II. 158
2) Il Penseroso

II. 162
5) Description of Adam and Eve

IL. 167
4) Fragment of a Discourse between Adam and
Eve

II. 768
5) Adam and Eve's Morning-Hymn

II. 169
MONTAGUE (LADY MARY SOMMERSET WORTHLEY )

I.
To the Abbot of ***

I.
Ossian, s. Macpherson.
PARNELL (THOMAS ]

II.

228
1) An Allegory on Man

II.

239
2) The Hermic

II. 23r
PENROSE (THOMAS )

II. 467
! 1) To Miss Slocock

II. 469
2) Madness

II.

470
Percy [THOMAS ]

II. 590
Alcanzor and Zayda

II. 590
PHILIPS [ Amaross]

U. 556
To the Earl of Dorset

II. 337
PHILIPS [JOHN ]

II. 223
From the Cider

II.
PINDAR [PETER ] s. Wolcott.
Pitt [WILLIAM]

1. 566
Speech relative to a Negociation for Peace with
the French Republic

I. 567
POMFRET (JOHN]

II. 218
The Choice

II.

219
POPE [ ALEXANDER )

I.
a) Prosaische Stücke:
1) To Mr. Cromwell

I. 103
2) To Mr. Steele

1. 106
3) To the Same

I.

107
4) To the Same

1. 109
b) Poetische Stücke:
1) Autumn or Hylas' and Aegon

II. 282
2) Odo for Music on St. Cecilia's Day

JI. 984
3) Elegy, to the Memory of an unfortunate Lady II. 189
4) From the Essay on Man

II. 990
5) The universal Prayer

II. 294
6) Eloisa' to Abelard

II, 295
PRIOR (MATTHEW ]

If. 248

N. 230
1) Merry Andrew

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I. 411

I. 590

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2) The Garland

II.

251
5) The Ladle

II.

252
RICHARDSON [SAMUEL ]

1.

189
On Coquetry

I. 191
ROBERTSON (WILLIAM]

593
1) The Conspiracy of John Lewis Fiesco, Count
of Lavagna

I. 395
2) Powers and Qualities of the minds of the
sude nations in America

I.

405
3) Death and character of Martin Luther
ROCHESTER (JAMES WILMOT EARL OF ]

II. 177
A Satyr against Mankind

II.

178
Roscoe [WILLIAM]
Conspiracy of the Pazzi

I. 594
RosCOMMON (WENTWORTH DILLON EARL OF ]

II.
An Essay on translated Verse 1

II. 185
SHÄFTSBURY [ ANTON Ashley COOPER EARL OF ]

I. 51
On Love of one's Country

1. 56
SHAKSPEARE (WILLIAM] :

II. 32
| Macbeth, a Tragedy

II. 56
SHENSTONB

II. 555
1) The Sky-Lark

II. 355
a) Colemira, a culinary Eclogue

U. 354
3) A pastoral ballad, in four parts

II.

555
I. Absence

II. 356
II. Hope

II. 357
III. Solicitude

II. 359
IV. Disappointment

II. 360
SHERIDAN, [RICHARD BRINSLEY)

J. 556
a) Prosaisches Stück:
On the Dutch Expedition

I. 560
b) Poetisches Stück:
The School for Scandal, a Comedy in five Acts'II.

604
SMART [CHRISTOPHER ]

II. 411
1) To Jenny Gray, a
Ballad

II. 414

II. 415
3) Ode for Music (on st. Cecilia's Day)

417

1. 580
On the Division of Labour

I.

384
SMOLLET [TOBIAS)

I. 252
a) Prosaische Stücke :
1) Mait. Bramble to Dr. Lewis

I.
2) Lydia Melford to Miss Lætitia Willis

I, 25.9
b) Poetisches Stück:
The Tears of Scotland

II. 437
SPENSER [EDMUND)

II.

17
Motability

II.

1. 84
The story of Inkle and Yariko,

I. 86

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JI.

SMITH (ADAM]

254

20

STELLE (RICHARD ]

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