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*** If such a fight as this can please ye,
The goddess, who conceiv'd an hope,
O DE ON SCIENCE. OH, heavenly-born! in deepest dells
If fairest science ever dwells Beneath the mossy cave; Indulge the verdure of the woods : With azure beauty gild the foods,
And flowery carpets lave.;
With scientific light;
Though wrapt from mortal fight.
way explore With magic rites and heathen lore
Obstructed and depressid :
1. L'ntaught, not uninspir’d, to fine, By Reason's power redress d.
When Solon and Lycurgus taught,
Of mad opinion's maze,
That blends congenial rays.
To hecatomb the year;
In vain the lunar sphere.
In metaphyfic dreams;
In Heliconian streams.
By Folly led astray :
Thy univerfal fway.
Behold the madding throng,
ODE DE to the Hon. Sir William Temple, 1689. Page 1 to the Athenian Society, 1691.
9 Lines written in a Lady's Ivory Table-book, 1699. 20 Mrs. Frances Harris's Petition, Ballad on the Game of Traffic,
26 Another Ballad, occasioned by the preceding one. 28 The Discovery.
29 The Problem, that my Lord Berkeley stinks when
he is in Love. Description of a Salamander, 1706.
33 To the Earl of Peterborow, who commanded the
British Forces in Spain.
38 Apollo outwitted. To the Honourable Mrs. Finch, afterwards Countess of Winchelsea.
39 Vanbrugh's House, built from the Ruins of": Whitehall.
41 The History of Vanbrugh's Houses Baucis and Philemon, 1708.
Elegy on the supposed Death of Partridge the
Atlas ; or, the Minister of State.
An excellent now Song ; being the intended Speech
A true and faithful Inventory of the Goods belong-
ing to Dr. Swift, Vicar of Laracor ; upon his
Dr. Sheridan to Dr. Swift, 1719,
The Dean's Answer.