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To Mr. Henry Lawes, who had then newly set To Mr. Killegrew, upon his altering his Play,
ib. Pandora, from a Tragedy into a Comedy,
Scotland, in the summer Solstice
To his worthy Friend Sir Thos. Higgons, upon ditations upon several Subjects
Culoris and Hylas. Made to a Saraband... ib. The Triple Combat
Earl of Rochester
To the Queen, upon her Majesty's Birth-Day,
Elegy by Mr. Talbot, occasioned by reading
and transcribing Mr. Waller's Poem of
Of her Majesty, on New-year's Day, 1683 ib.
taking Leave of the Court, at Dover......... ib. On the Paraphrase of the Lord's Prayer, writ-
ib. Some Reflections of his upon the several Peti-
Translated out of french
ib. Epitaph on Henry Dunch, Esq. in Newington
ib. Beconsfield Church-yard, in Buckingham-
Satire, in two Parts, upon the Imperfection
Upon an hypocritical Nonconformist. A Pin.
The Elephant in the Moon......
187 To the happy Memory of the most renowned
A Palmode to the honourable Edward Howard, Miscellaneous Thoughts
l'pon Critics, who judge of modern Plays pre- Epigram on a Club of Sots.
in the Country.....
ib. Epilogue.--As charms are nonsense, nonsense
before King Charles II. By the Lady Eli-
To the Earl of Roscommon, on his Essay The Dream
To the Earl of Roscommon, occasioned by his On the Death of a Lady's Dog ..
The Poet's Complaint of his Muse; or, a from Scotland, in the Year 1682
The Fortunate Complaint
315 The foregoing Inscription attempted in Eng-
314 Upon the Divine Attributes. A Pindaric Essay ib.
Cruelty and Lust. An epistolary Essay ib.
On the Marriage of George Prince of Den- The Nature of Dreams
351 Verses imitated from the French of Mons.
was formerly their Chancellor
ib. Translation of the following Verse from Lu-
To the Earl of Carlisle, upon the Death of his Elegy upon the Death of Tibullus, From Ovid ib.
ib. To the Evening Star, Englished from a Greek
The Author's life, by Dr. Johnson
376 Ode to Henry St. John, Esq. 1706.....
Upoa a favour offred
Elegy.- The Petition. In Imitation of Ca-
VERSES IN PRAISE OP DRYDEN.
From Addison's Account of the English Poets. ib. To Mr. Dryden, upon his 7'ranslation of the