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II. m. ADDISON (Joseph)

Seite 224 258 1) An Account of the greatest English Poets, to Mr. Henry Sacheverell

224 258 2) An Hymn

566 228 242 3) A letter from Italy to the right honourable Charles Lord Halifax

363 230

244 AXINSIDE [ Mark ]

542 58t 406 1) All the natural passions partake of a pleasing sensation

542 382 407 2) Natural and moral adrantages, result

ing from a sensible and well formed
imagination

345 384 409 ARMSTRONG [JOHN]

428 467 Air

430 459 BARBAULD (Anna LAETITIA ]

545 584 1) Ode to Spring

275 547 586 2) Edwin and Echelinde

548 587 BEATTIE [JAMES ]

551

566 1) The Hermit

532 568 2) Elegy

533 569 BERESFORD (BENJAMIN]

633 679 1) To the Queen of Prussia on her BirthDay

635 681 2) Invitation to Joy

656 682 3) Proem to Siama and Galmory

636 682 4) May-day in Livonia

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291 311 The Grare, v. 112 550 and 655 - 768

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312 BLOOMFIELD (ROBERT ]

649 697 1) Personification of the Spring and her Attendants

652 699 a) Twilight repose; midnight storm of thuader and light

652 700 3) Autumnal erenings; a Welcome to the snowy Nights of Winter

653 701 4) An address to the Deity

654 702 BRUCE (MICHAEL]

576 401 Elegy written in spring

578 405 BURNS (ROBERT]

513 546 1) To a mountain Daisy

515 548 2) Despondency, an Ode

517 550 3) John Barleycorn

552 BUTLER (SAMUEL]

574 162

171 Arms and equipage of Sir Hudibras

375 163 173 CARTER (ELIZABETH ]

541 581 Ode to Wisdom

543 582 CHAUCER [GEOFYERY]

3 1) The Doctoures Prologue

5 7 2) The Doctoures Tale

5 8 CHURCHILL (CHARLES ]

The prophecy of famine, a Scotch pasto-
ral, (inscribed to John Wilkes )

543 565 COLLINS (WILLIAM]

317 339 1) Ode to Evening

520 341 2) Hassan, or the camel - driver

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321 342 3) The passions, an Ode for Music

525 545 CONGREVE (WILLIAM]

554 242 256 A Hymn to Harmony in honour of St. Cecilia's Day (1701)

555 243 258 COWLEY [ ABRAHAM ]

509 133 140 1) The Chronicle, a ballad

511 135 2) The Epicure

144 CUNNINGHAM [JOHN]

412 458 1) Content, a pastoral

414 440 2) Day, a pastoral

414 441 1. Morning

414 441 II. Noon

415 442 III. Evening

416 443 DENHAM (John)

157 144 1) O. Mr. Abr. Cowley's death

139 146 2) Cooper's Hill

148 149 DODSLEY (ROBEAT]

549 372 Episod of the fair milk-maid

551 374 DÁYDEN (Joan)

527 185 196 1) To the pious memory of the accom

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of poesy and painting; an Ode Seite 529 186 196 2) Alexander's Feast; or the power of Music. An Ode on St. Cecilia's Day

191 3) Theodore and Honoria

208 Dyer (John)

288 326 348 Grongar - Hill

289 327 349 Gax [Joan]

265 247 262 i) A ballad (from the what-d’ye-call- it) 268 250 264 2) The sick man and the angel

267 251 265 3) The council of horses GLOVER (RICHARD ]

386 458 489 Interview of Leonidas with his Queen

387 459 491 GOLDSMITI [ OLIVER ]

293 417 444 The Traveller ; or, a prospect of society 294 418 445 GRAINGER (JAMES ]

364 588 1) Bryan and Pereene, a Westindian ballad

366 390 2) A Hurricane described; of Calms and Earthquakes

368 392 3) Junio and Theana

372 596 4) A West - India prospect, when crop is finish'd

575 400 GRANVILLE (GEORGE LORD LANDSDOWNE OF BIDDIFORD ]

252 268 1) Song to Myra „ Forsaken of my kindly stars

254 270 2) To Myra „ Thoughtful nights"

254 270 5) Song to Myra „Why should a heart so tender"

255 271 4\ To Myra ,, Prepared to rail

255 271 GRAY (THOMAS ]

398 423 1) Elegy written in a country church-yard

320

399 424 2) Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College

402 427 3) The Bard, a Pindaric Ode

403 430 4) Hymn to Adversity

435 HASIMOND (JAMES ]

261 278 Elegy

262 279 HATLEY ( WILLIAM]

554 593 1) A mother abandoned by her lover to her infant

557, 596 2) Characters of many ancient Historians

558 597 JAGO [RICHARD ]

442 472 1) The Blackbirds

444 474 2) Hamlet's soliloqoy, imitated

446 476 3) Roundelay (written for the Jubilee at Stratford upon Avon)

447 477 JERNINGHAM

556 572 1) Yarico to Inkle

304, 556 572 2) The Magdalens

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