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Earl of Rochester.-On Silence.
Dr. Swift.-The Happy Life of a Country
An Essay on Satire, occasioned by the Death
Essay on Man, in Four Epistles:
Moral Essays, in Five Epistles:
Epistle I. Of the Knowledge and Charac-
II. Of the Characters of Women 233
V. To Mr. Addison, occasioned by
his Dialogues on Medals......... 241
Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot, being the Prologue
Epilogue to the Satires. In Two Dialogues.
SATIRES AND EPISTLES OF HORACE IMITATED.
On receiving from the right honourable the
First Book, Ep. vii. In the manner of Swift.. 273
On his Grotto at Twickenham, composed of
Marble. Spars, Gems, Ores, and Minerals..
To Mrs. M. B. on her Birth-day
220 To Mr. Thomas Southern, on his Birth-day,
The fourth Epistle of the first Book of Ho-
Epigram on Mrs. Tofts, a handsome Woman
with a fine Voice, but very covetous and
Epigram on one who made long Epitaphs
To Sir Godfrey Kneller, on his painting for me
the Statues of Apollo, Venus, and Hercules
A Farewell to London, in the year 1715
A Dialogue, between Pope and Craggs
Epigram engraved on the Collar of a Dog,
which I gave to his Royal Highness
Epigram, occasioned by an Invitation to Court ib.
On an old Gate erected in Chiswick Gardens.
Fragment.-What are the falling rills, the pen-
260 On Charles Earl of Dorset, in the Church of
On the Hon. Simon Harcourt, only Son of the
Lord Chancellor Harcourt, in the Church of
Stanton Harcourt in Oxfordshire, 1720.....
On James Craggs, Esq. in Westminster Abbey. ib.
Intended for Mr. Rowe, in Westminster Abbey. ib.
On Mrs. Corbet, who died of a Cancer in her
A Letter to the Publisher, occasioned by the
first correct Edition of the Dunciad.....
Martinus Scriblerus, his Prolegomena and Il-
Testimonies of Authors........
Au Epistle to Dr. Edward Young, at Easbury
in Dorsetshire, on the Review at Sarum, 1722 371
An Ode on the approaching Delivery of her
Royal Highness in the year 1721
On the Marriage of the Prince of Orange and
On the Marriage of Frederic Prince of Wales,
and Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha 373
The first Hymn of Callimachus to Jupiter ib.
The second Hymn of Callimachus to Apollo. 374
To Sir James Thornhill, on his excellent Paint-
ing, The Rape of Helen, at the Seat of
General Erle in Dorsetshire. Written in
POEMS OF PITT.
Part of the second Book of Statius
On the Death of a Young Gentleman
Christ's Passion, from a Greek Ode of Mr.
Masters, formerly of New College. An Ode.
On the King's Return, in the Year 1720.......
Justrations to the Dunciad: with the Hyper-
Testimonies of Authors concerning our Author
I. A Preface prefixed to the five first imper-
fect Editions of the Dunciad .........
II. A List of Books, Papers, and Verses, in
III. Advertisement to the first Edition, with
IV. Advertisement, to the first edition of the
fourth Book of the Dunciad when
printed separately in the Year 1742... 355
V. Advertisement to the complete Edition of
VI. Advertisement, printed in the Journals,
VII. A Parallel of the Characters of Mr.
365 Psalm VIII. translated......
CXXXIX. paraphrased in Miltonic Verse... ib.
The Song of Moses, in the fifteenth Chapter of
The third Ode of the second Book of Horace,
The third Ode of the fourth Book of Horace,
Specimen of a Translation of the Odyssey ib.
On his Majesty's playing with a Tiger in
A Dialogue between a Poet and his Servant.
In Imitation of Horace, Book II. Sat. VII...
Ode to John Pitt, Esq. advising him to build a
Banqueting-House on a Hill that overlooks
The castle of INDOLENCE, AN ALLEGORICAL POEM.
To Mr. Thomson, on his unfinished Plan of a
Poem, called the Castle of Indolence, in
Ancient and Modern Italy compared: being
the first Part of Liberty, a Poem
Greece: being the second Part of Liberty, a
Rome: being the third Part of Liberty, a
The Prospect: being the fifth Part of Liberty,
being the fourth Part of Liberty,
A Poem Sacred to the Memory of Sir Isaac
Newton. Inscribed to the right hon. Sir
A Poem to the Memory of the right honoura-
ble Lord Talbot, Lord Chancellor of Great
Horace, Book II. Ep. XIX. imitated. An
Imitation of Spenser
Epistle to J. Pitt, Esq. In Imitation of Horace,
405 To his royal highness the Prince of Wales.... 503
Verses occasioned by the Death of Mr. Aik-
man, a particular Friend of the Author's... ib.
Ode. Tell her thou soul of her I love.........
Epitaph on Miss Stanley, in Holyrood Church,
Song.-One day the god of soft desire
Hard is the fate of him who loves.....
Song. For ever, Portuue, wilt thou prove
Song.Come, gentle god of soft desire
A Nuptial Song. Intended to have been in-
serted in the fourth Act of Sophonisba, a
Ode.-O Nightingale, best poet of the grove. ib.
Prologue to Mr. Mallet's Mustapha
WILLIAM BROOME, D.D.
ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS,
MADE BY THE AUTHOR IN 1743, BUT NOT COPIED IN THE EDITION OF 1750.