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66 A Dialogue sung on the Stage, between an elderly Shepherd, and a very young Nymph.
75 The Vision. Written during a Sea-Voyage ;
when sent to command the Forces for the Re
lief of Tangier. HELEN to Paris, from Ovid.
89 Part of the Story of ORPHEUS.' Being a Translation out of the Fourth Book of VirGIL'S GEORGIC.
103 An Esay on Satire. An Elay on Poetry.
TEMPLE of DEATH.
N those cold Climates, where
the Sun appears
Unwillingly, and hides his
Face in Tears;
A dismal Vale lies in a de
sart Inc, On which indulgent Heav'n did never smile.
There a thick Grove of aged Cypress Trees,
Within this Vale a famous Temple stands,
Round is its Figurc; and four Iron Gates