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GOLDSMITH'S POETICAL WORKS.
THE LIFE OF OLIVER GOLDSMITH
The Traveller ; or, a Prospect of Society
The Deserted Village
The Haunch of Venison
The Double Transformation
The Gift. To Iris,
The Logicians Refuted
On a Beautiful Youth struck Blind by Lightning .
A New Simile
An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog
Song intended to have been sung in the Comedy of “ She
Stoops to Conquer"
Stanzas on the Taking of Quebec
Stanzas on Woman
The Clown's Reply ·
Description of an Author's Bed-chamber
Epitaph on Dr Parnell
Epitaph on Edward Purdon
Song from the Oratorio of “The Captivity "
An Elegy on the Glory of her Sex, Mrs Mary Blaize
A Prologue written and spoken by the Poet Laberius, a Roman
Knight, whom Cæsar forced upon the Stage
Prologue to “Zobeide"
Epilogue spoken by Mr Lee Lewes, in the Character of Harle-
quin, at his Benefit
Epilogue to the Comedy of “ The Sisters"
Epilogue to “The Good-natured Man"
Epilogue to “She Stoops to Conquer"
Epilogue intended for Mrs Bulkley
COLLINS' POETICAL WORKS.
THE LIFE OF WILLIAM COLLINS
ORIENTAL ECLOGUES :-
Eclogue I. Selim; or, the Shepherd's Moral
II. Hassan; or, the Camel-driver
III. Abra; or, the Georgian Sultana
IV. Agib and Secander; or, the Fugitives.
ODES, DESCRIPTIVE AND ALLEGORICAL :-
Ode to Pity
Ode to Fear
Ode to Simplicity
Ode on the Poetical Character
Ode written in the Year 1746
Ode to Mercy
Ode to Liberty
Ode to a Lady, on the Death of Colonel Charles Ross, in
the Action at Fontenoy
Ode to Evening
Ode to Peace
The Manners. Au Ode
The Passions. An Ode for Music
Ode on the Death of Mr Thomson
Ode on the Popular Superstitions of the Highlands of
Scotland; considered as the subject of Poetry
MISCELLANEOUS PIECES :
An Epistle addressed to Sir Thomas Hanmer, on his Edi-
tion of Shakspeare's Works
Dirge in “Cymbeline"
Verses written on a Paper which contained a Piece of
Bridecake given to the Author by a Lady
-r, on her Weeping at her Sister's
To Miss Aurelia C-
T. WARTON'S POETICAL WORKS.
THE LIFE OF THOMAS WARTON
The Triumph of Isis, occasioned by “ Isis, an Elegy”
Elegy on the Death of the late Frederic Prince of Wales
On the Death of King George the Second. To Mr
On the Marriage of King George the Third. To her
On the Birth of the Prince of Wales. Written after the
Installation at Windsor
Verses on Sir Joshua Reynolds' Painted Window at New
Monody, written near Stratford-upon-Avon .
The Pleasures of Melancholy
Inscription in a Hermitage at Ansley Hall, in Warwick-
Inscription over a calm and clear Spring in Blenheim
Inscribed on a beautiful Grotto near the Water
Epitaph on Mr Head
TRANSLATIONS AND PARAPHRASES :-
A Pastoral in the manner of Spenser. From Theocritus,