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To the indefatigable Rhinter, by Dr. Smith
I A modeft Requeft, &c. by Col Codringron
z! Wholefóme Advice, &c. by the Earl of Anglesea

u to a thrice illustrious Quack, Pedant and Bard, by the

Counters of Sandwich

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To Sir R. Bl----re, on the two Artlurs being condemn'd

to be hang'a

83

A Tale, by Col. Codrington

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* Upon the Character of Codron, by the fame

An Epigram on Job, by the fame

To the adventurous Knt of Cheapfidé, by Mi: Manning Ib.

To the canting Author of the Satyr againt Wit, by

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86

Friendly Acívice to Dr. Bl.---, by a Lord

Ib.

To Dr:Garth, on his Dispensary, by Dr. Ja. Drake 87

To a famous Doctor and Poet ar Sadlers-Hall

89

To the Author of the Satyr againf Wit, by T. Cheek,

Eig.

90

A merry Ballad on the City Bard,by R. Norton, Efq. Íb.

Henrico Higden, Arm.

91

On the Treatment of the modern Drama, by Mr. K11--- 92.

On Dr.Lower's growing good-natur'd before his Death 93

To a cruel Mistress

Ib,

An Ode on a Kiss

94

A Suppliic Ode

A Translation

On tie Death of Dr. Kirleus

99

An Epitaph on Dr. Kirleus

Fable of the Satyr and Travellers

Ib.

A Dialogue betwixt the New Lottery and the Royal Oak

In Obitum The, Shadwell

104

An Inpronipon to Shadwell's Memory

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In Decretum Parlianienti, 1689

Ib,

Infcriprions defign’d for the Dial over Lincolns.Inn new

Square Fountain,

106

Antenor's Speechaprly'd to the Declaration, &c. Ib.

Prologue spoken before the University at Oxford 107

Epilogue

108

A Catch

109

A Panegyrick on Col. Walker

Ib.

To Mr. D’Urtey, on his uncomparable Ballads

On Flowers in a Lady's Borom

Ib.

The London Vintner's Aufwer to Mr. Brown

To Mr. Henry Purcel

Ib.

On Dr, Sherlock

Upon taking the new Oaths

113

Brown's Translation of an Epig, in Martial, &c.

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A pensive Thought in a Spunging-House

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Laconics, or new Maxims of State and Conversation 114

Dialogues of the Dead, in Imitation of Lucian.

The Tryal of Cuckolds

134

Of Friendship

The Belgic Hero unmask'd

172

The Non-juror's Reasons for taking the Oiths 280

An Engliíh Colonel's Speech to his Regiment

Mr. Alsop's State of Conformity

223

Dr. Oats's Marriage with a Muggletonian Widow

237

A Supplement to Mr. Tho. Brown's Works in Prose and Verse.

To Sir John Sands, against keeping of Mistresses

243

The Answer of Sir John Sands,

in Vindication, &c. 249

From a Vintner in the City,to a Vintner in the Suburbs234

To a Lady that marry'd an old decrepit Widower

260

A Consolatory Letter to a Cuckold

264

To W. Kniglit, Esq;

Remarks upon Marriage

Another Letter, being a Consolation on Cuckoldom 276

Postscript to the faid Letter of Consolation

284

A Letter to a Rev. Grafier, Physician, &c.

Ib.

A Letter to a Gentlewoman kept by a Jew

A Letter from a Gentleman in Holland, &c.

To a Mistress that shewd his Letters to his Rival 295

From a Beauto a Beau

297

Tó a young Lawyer that dabbled in Poetry

302

A comical Letter to a Gentlewoman

305

To Madam

306

The Difference between a young Lady, &c. 307

A Letter to the Duke of Buckingham

313

A Letter to the Dutchessof Mazarine

315

To. Haines in Penance

320

Tho. Brown's Recantation of his Satyr, &c.

321

An Elegy on Dobbin a Coach-Horfe

To Juffice Higden, on the ill Success of his Play 327

To the fame, on bis Play being damad
Upon persecuting it with Cat-calls

Ib.

A Pastoral on the Deathof Queen Mary

329

Prologue to a Mufick Speech at the Theatre in Oxford 331

The Epilogue

333

On Mi. Creech's Translation of Lucretius

334

Algernoon Sidney's Letter of Advice to Iris Friend, con-

cerning the Education of his Son

335

A Character ofa Low-Church Magistrate

337

To Dr. Sherlock on taking the Dárhs, 1690

344
An Epitaph on Dr. Sherlock, 1707

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Eau Fielding,a great Fop, marry'd to Barbara, Duchefs

of Cleaveland, who was divorc'd from him.'
Ler then these Arthurs too in Doggrel live, Vol. 4. 83.

Two Thieves condemn'd, one of which was hang'd at Tye burn; but t'other being repriev'd, was afterwards kill’d.

Bookseller trern'd Quack. Vol. 3. 14.
Rogers of that Trade in Fleet-street, who fold a Powder
which (as he reported in his Advertisements) world dissolve
the Stone in the Reins or Bladder,

B -y should write. Vol. 3. 78.
Meaning the old Earl of Banbury,
Some damning Dr. B ges.

Vol. 2. 2202 Daniel Burgess, the Presbyterian Parson, notoriously known for his Knack of Canting in the Pulpit.

Mrs. G. Madam Crifp, a noted Strumpet, who was in Newgate sos! for setting a Lieutenant-to kill a Blackmoor that had stoln 06

ber Lap-dog; afterwards she kept a Bawdy-house. 07

Codron's Fire. Vol. 4. 80. 133

Dr. Garth, who writ that excellent poetical Piece call'd, The Dispensary,

Im penitent Clipper. Vol. 4. 127. 26 Coppinger, formerly a strolling Player, executed at Tyburn,

Caufabon for Satyr famous, Vol. 4. 322.

A famous Critick, interr'd in Westminster Abbey. 29

Divinity.monger. Vol. 3. 14.
Dr. Sherlock,Dean of St. Paul's, and Master of the Temple.

Ten thousand Drachma, Vol. 145

A Coin in Use among the ancient Grecians, in Value 7d. 15 ob. so that the Sum which Lais demanded of Demosthenes 7

for a Night's Lodging, was 341 l. 13și 40. 14

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