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A pastoral poem,
By Mr. REYNOLDS.
By the Earl of ROSCOMMON.
By Mr. TATE.
By Mr. Thomson.
By Mr. WATT. Against drunkenness,
Page 233 Against lewdness,
223 An hymn to CHRIST JESUS the eternal life, 231 A paraphrafe on the 137th psalm,
236 David's lamentation over Saul and Jonathan, Death and heaven. In five Lyric ödes, 1. The spirit's farewel to the body after long fickness,
247 2. The departing moments, or absent from the body, ibid. 3. Entrance into paradise, or present with the
Lord, 4. The fight of God in heaven,
249 5. A funeral ode at the interrment of the body,
fupposed to be sung by the mourners, Searching after God,
225 The Hebrew poet,
221 The midnight elevation, The world a stranger to God,
226 Thoughts and meditations in a long sickness, 1712 and
1713, 1. The hurry of the spirits in a fever and nervous disorder,
239 2. Peace of conscience, and prayer for health, 241 3. Encouraged to hope for health in May,
4. The wearifome weeks of fickness, A hymn of praise for recovery,
245 By Mr. Wesley. On the last judgment,
107 By Sir H. WOTTON. The character of a happy life,
By Dr. YOUNG. The laft day,
COLLECTION of HYMNS, &c.
CY HALL the angelic host on high
Eternal anthems sing?
Confess his boundless sway;
My muse shall raise her voice,
Speak of the fiat pow'r;
And people earth and sea;
A pow'r unbounded shows;
See, round the fun the planets dance,
And various worlds compofe.
Then turn into thyself, O man!
With wonder view thy soul!
Thy gratitude proclaim,
Archangels him adore ;
Glory for evermore.
HYMN. By Mrs. Rowe.
THE glorious armies of the sky
1 To thee, O mighty King! Triumphant anthems consecrate, And Hallelujahs sing.
Fall vastly short of thee:
When, to my ravish'd sense,
In their eternal dance,
With flent elegance.