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Sir Charles's Reply-I'll not believe that Phoebus did not smile"
Tar Water, a Ballad-" Since good Master Prior
An Ode to Sir Charles Hanbury Williams-" Dear merry knight whose sportive vein'
An Ode to Sir Charles Hanbury Williams-"Who's this! what! Hanbury the lyric"
An Ode to Lord Lincoln-" O, Lincoln, joy of womankind"
On Lord Doneraile's altering his Chapel at the Grove into a Kitchen -"By Ovid 'mongst many more wonders we're told "
A Congratulatory Ode to the Statesman on his Travels "Old England mourns her past disgrace"........ 41 An Ode to the Right Hon. Viscount Lonsdale"Th' impartial and by-standing muse
A Simile printed in Geoffry Broadbottom's Journal"Dear Geoffry didst thou never meet"
To the Rev. Samuel Hill-" Dear Muse, as you have nothing else to do
A New Ballad, written in 1743" Attend to my call" 63
The Highlanders Flight-" When an ample relief".. 67
An Ode to the Right Hon. Henry Pelham -"The fair one who in beauty's pride"..
An Ode to Mr. Pope-" As when a great Tragedian's
An Ode to the Right Hon. Thomas Winnington— "O best of patrons and of friends"
To the Right Hon. Thomas Winnington-" If you great Winnington can condescend "
An Epitaph on the same-"Near his paternal seat, here buried lies"
The Chairman's Speech to the Secret CommitteeGentlemen, after many and hard struggles"...... 87 Occasioned by a late Motion-"Taxes run high-the
Britons loud complain'd"
Application from Virgil to the Earl of Bath-" He not unmindful of his usual art "
A Letter to Mr. Dodsley-" Sir, though for the gene
rality the books"
A Dialogue between S. Sandys and E. Waller, esqs.—
Sandys and Jekyll-" "Twas at the silent solemn
A Poetical Epistle from a great Man in the Army—
Britannia's Lamentation" In hostile fields why lives my Lord"
An Account of the Embassy of the Right Hon. Sir
Charles Hanbury Williams
A Letter to Mr. Fox-" Since you, and Winnington
The Sequel-" Then struck up a Smart with a soldierly air"
An Epigram on Quin, the Comedian-" When Quin of all grace, and all dignity void"..
An Epigram on Lord Anson and his Lady-"As Anson his voyage, to my Lady was reading".