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Sir Charles's Reply~ I'll not believe that Phæbus did
Tar Water, a Ballad—“Since good Master Prior"..
On Charles Stanhope, Esq. drinking Tar Water
“ When Charles by rule episcopal
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 woman
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”
.......... 55 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 Page 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 Committee
“Gentlemen, after many and hard struggles”...... 87 Occasioned by a late Motion—"Taxes run high-the Britons loud complain'd”
98 Application from Virgil to the Earl of Bath - He not unmindful of his usual art”
A Letter to Mr. Dodsley—“Sir, though for the generality the books”
A Dialogue between S. Sandys and E. Waller, esqs.“Samuel Sandys as he was going up
112 An Epigram Deep, deep, in Sandys blundering Head”
Sandys and Jekyll -—“'Twas at the silent solemn hour"
On the Quarrel between Mr. Fielding and Mrs. Clive
"A Bawd! a bawd! where is the scoundrel Poet” 190
Page A Poetical Epistle from a great Man in the Army“ The King save his Grace"
Britannia’s Lamentation-" In hostile fields why lives
An Account of the Embassy of the Right Hon. Sir
A Letter to Mr. Fox-" Since you, and Winnington and Williams"
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".