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IX. The Bee-flower .............................. 448 Epistle to Mr. .....

463
X. The Wilding and the Broom ......... 449 | To a Lady, on reading an Elegy written by her
XI, The Misietoe and the Passion-flower....

on the Search of Happiness ................... 464

To Almena. From the Banks of the Irwan... ib.
THE COUNTRY JUSTICE.

Part I. ..

To George Colman, Esq. Prefixed to the Cor-

respondence of Theodosius and Constantia . 465

11. .......................................

Ap Ode to the Genius of Westmoreland ...... ib.

III. ..........................

Hymn to Hope. Written in 1761.

The Origin of the Veil............

455 Hymn to Plutus .......

466

Verses in Memory of a Lady. Written

Hymn to Humanity..

Sandgate Castle, 1768.........

Hymn to the rising Sun .....

468

Monody. Sung by a Redbreast ............ 458 A farewell Hymn to the Valley of Irwan ....

To a Redbreast ...............

Hymn to the Eternal Providence .....

A Contemplation.................

ib.

Menaleas ..........................

ib.

TRANSLATIONS.
Inscriptions on a Beech-tree, in the Island of

The Death of Adonis. From the Greek of Bion 469

Sicily ....................... ............ 459

The Happiness of a moderate Fortune and

A Monody, inscribed to my worthy Friend John

moderate Desires. From the French of Mr.

Scott, Esq. being written in his Garden at

Amwell in Hertfordsbire, the Beginning of

Gresset ............................................. 471

the Year 1769 .........

Translations from Petrarch, 1765.

Imitation of Waller. Waller to St. Evremond. ib. Sonnet CLXXIX.

.....................

479
The Duchess of Mazarine. On her Retiring

CCLXXIX.

ib.

into a Convent ..........

ib.

CCLVII. ...

The amiable King ..........

............. 460

CCXXXIII. ............

The happy Villager........

ib.

10Milton's Italian Poems translated.

Hymeneal. On the Marriage of his present

Majesty..............

.............. 461 Address to Signor Mozzi of Macerata ...... ib.

Song.-Tis o'er, the pleasing prospect's o'er! ib.

Sop. I. ...

................................... 474

Written in a Cottage-garden, at a Village in

. ib.

Lorraine. Occasioned by a Tradition con-

cerning a Tree of Rosemary ......... ........ 462

IV. .......................

The pastoral Part of Milton's Epitaphium

Damonis ...................................

ib. Canzon ............................................. 475

To the rev. Mr. Lamb........... ............ 4631 Translation from Catullus ....

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers ............ 479 | An Elegy on the Death of a mad Dog. From
The Traveller: or, a Prospect of Society. To the Vicar of Wakefield ...........

the rev. Henry Goldsmith ..................... 489 The Clown's Reply .........................

The Deserted Village. To Sir Joshua Rey Stanzas on Woinan. From the Vicar of Wake-

nolds................................................. 493 field ..............................................

The Haunch of Venison. A poetical Epistle Description of an Author's Bed-chamber ......

to Lord Clare ............

...... 497 Lines attributed to Dr. Goldsmith, inserted in

Retaliation. A Poem ..........

the Morning Chronicle of April 3, 1800 ...

Postscript ....................

500 Letter to the Editors. By James Boswell......

Poetical Epistle to Dr. Goldsmith, or, Supple Song, intended to have been sung in the Comedy

ment to bis Retaliation. (From the Gentle-

of She Stoops to Conquer .....

man's Magazine for August 1778)............. ib. Stazas on the taking of Quebec..

The Hermit. A Balad. First printed in the Epitaph on Dr. Parnell ..

Year 1765 .........

Epitaph on Edward Purdon ...........

The Double Transformation. A Tale. Pub An Elegy on the Glory of her Sex, Mrs. Mary

lished in Dr. Goldsmith's Volume of Essays,

Blaize ..........

1765 ........

A Sonnet.-Weeping, murmuring, complain-

The Gift. To Iris, in Bow-Street, Covent ing...........

Garden ........

Song From the Oratorio of the Captivity ...

The Logicians refuted. in linitation of Dean Song.-0 memory! thou fond deceiver ......

Swift........

A Prologue, written and spoken by the Poet

On a beautiful Youth, struck blind by Light Laberius, a Roman Knight, whom Cæsar
ping. Imitated from the Spanish ............

forced upon the Stage. Preserved by Ma-
A Rew Simile. In the Manuer of Swift ......

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Winter .............................................. 541

Progne's Dream : darkly expressive of some

past Events that were soon to be revealed

to her ...................

A Storm ; raised to account for the late Re-

turn of a Messenger ....
An Imitation of Spenser. Written at Mr.

Thomsun's Desire, to be inserted into the

Castle of Indolence............... ............ ib.
A Day: an Epistle to Joba Wilkes of Ayles,
bury, Esq.

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The Author's Life, by Mr. Chalmers........ ... 549 | To a Friend ................................
i London : a Poem. In Imitation of the third Stella iu Mourning .............. ..............

Satire of Juvenal. Written in 1738... ..... 571 To Stella .................
The Vanity of human Wishes, in Imitation of Verses. Written at the Request of a Gentle-

the tenth Satire of Juvenal........... ..... 574 I man to whom a Lady had given a Sprig of
Prologue, spoken by Mr. Garrick, at the Open-

Myrtle ...........
ing of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1747. 577 | To Lady Firebrace, at Bury Assizes ............

Irene: a Tragedy

......... 578 To Lyce, an elderly Lady ...... ..... ............

Prologue ........

............ ib. On the Death of Mr. Robert Levet, a Prac-

Epilogue. By Sir William Yonge ............ 602 tiser in Physic............

.........

Epitaph on Claude Phillips, an itinerant Mu-

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS.

sician ............

Prologue spoken by Mr. Garrick, April 5, Epitaphjuin in Thomam Hanmer, Baronettum.

1750, before the Masque of Comus, acted at Paraphrase of the above Epitaph ................

Drury-Lane Theatre for the Benefit of Mil To Miss Hickman, playing on the Spinnet ...

ton's Grand-Daughter..........

.... ib. Paraphrase on Proverbs, Chap. vi. Verses 6, 7,

Prologue to the Comedy of the Good-Natured 8, 9, 10, 11 ..........

Man, 1769 ..........

Horace, Lib. iv. Ode vii, translated ..........

.... 603

609

Prologue to the Comedy of a Word to the On seeing a Bust of Mrs. Montagve ..........

W ise..............,

ib. Anacreon, Ode ix. .........

Spring. An Ode ...........

Lines written in Ridicule of certain Poems

Midsummer. An Ode .............

604 published in 1777

Autumn. An Ode ................................. Parody of a Translation from the Medea of

Winter. An Ode ................................. 10

Euripides .....................

The Winter's Walk................................ ib. Burlesque of the modern Versifications of an-

To Miss *****, on her giving the Author a cient Legendary Tales. An Impromptu ...

gold and silver Net-Work Purse of her own Translation of the two first Stanzas of the

Weaving ..........................

605 Song Rio verde, Rio verde, printed in Bishop

To Miss *****, on her playing upon the Harp-

Percy's Reliques of ancient Englisb Poetry.

sichord in a Room hung with Flower Pieces Imitation of the Style of *** ................... ib.

of her own painting ...........

Burlesque of the following Lines of Lopez de

Evening : an Ode. To Stella ........

Vega : “ Se acquien los leones vence, &c.”

To the same......

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Translation of the following Lines at the end of | In Rivum a Mola Stoana Lichfeldiæ diffluentem 614

Baretti's Easy Phraseology.“ Viva! viva INSOI EEATTON ...........

.... ib.

la padrona !” &c. An Iinpromptu .......... 610 Imitation of the above, by Mr. Murphy. Know

Improviso Translation of the Distich on the Yourself ..........

Duke of Modena's running away from the | Ad Thomam Laurence, Medicum Doctissimum 615

Comet in 1742 or 1743 ...

ib. In Theatro. March 8, 1771 .........

Improviso Translation of the Lines of M. Ben Insula Kennetbi, inter Hebrides...................

serade à son Lit .................. ............... ib. Skia ...................................................

Epitaph for Mr. Hogarth .....

| Ode de Skia Insula ..........

Translation of the following Lines written Spes. Apr. 16, 1783 ...........

under a Print representing Persons skaiting: Versus, Collari Capræ Domini Banks inscribendi ib.
“Sur un mioce cbrystal l'hyver conduit Ad Foeminam quandam generosam quæ Liber-
leur pas," &c. ...................................... ib.

tatis Cause in Sermone patrocinata fuerat ,
Impromptu Translation of the same ............ Jactara temporis ..........
To Mrs. Thrale, on her completing her Thir Quas navis recipit, &c. ............................

ty-fifth Year. An Impromptu ............... Quot vox missa pedes, &c.........................

Impromptu on hearing Miss Thrale consulting Eic BIPXION.......................................

with a friend about a Gown and Hat she In Eliza Enigma ....................................

was inclined to wear .............

() qui benignus, Sc. .............................

Impromptu Translation of an Air in the Cle Per vitæ tenebras, &c. ..........................

menza de Tito of Metastasio, beginning, Me, Pater Omnipotens, &o. ....................

Dh se piacermi cuoi .......................

Dec. 5, 1784 ......................................

Translation of a Speech of Aquileio in the Psalmus cxvii ...............................

Adriano of Metastasio, beginning, Tu che in

Seu te sæva sitis, &c........................ .....

Corte ingechiasti .........

Habeo, dedi quod alteri, &c. ..............

One and Twenty .., ............

...............

ib. E Waltoni Piscatore perfecto excerptum ......

Græcorum Epigramınatum Versiones Metricæ

POEMATA.

Pompeii .....

621

Messa,

ib. 1 Epicteti ............................................. 622

Jan. 20, 21, 1778 .........

612 | E Theocrito .............

Dec. 25, 1779 ...............

ib. | Eur. Med. 199–203 ............

In Lecto, Die Passionis, Apr. 13, 1781 ......... ib. | Greek Version of a Latin Epigram on the

Jo Lecto, Dec. 25, 1782....... ...........

| famous Joho Duke of Marlborough by the

Nocte, inter 16 et 17 Junji 1783 ............. 613 Abbé Salvini..........
Cal. Jan. in Lecto, ante Lucem, 1784 ......... Septem Ætatis............... ........

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Pater benigne, &c............ .....................

Jan. 18, 1784 .......

EPITAPHS.

Feb. 27, 1784 .............

ib. 1. At Lichfield..............

Christianus Perfectus .............

II. At Bromley, in Kent

Æterne rerum conditor ............

ib. III. In Watford Church ...

Luce collastret mibi pectus alma .............

ib. IV. In Streatham ...........

Jejunium et Cibus ..

613 v. In Westminster Abbey ........

Ad Urbanum, 1738....

614

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