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The nymph complaining for the loss of her fawn.
Song. By Charles Cotton, esq. From his " Poems,"
1689 . • - - 86
Noon quatrains. By the fame. From the fame
authority - - - .9a
On his mistress drown'd. By Thomas Spratt,
bishop of Rochester. From "Miscellany poems,"
published by Dryden, 1727 - - -is 5
Constancy. By fir Charles Sedley, bart. From
his "Works," 1778 ... jz&
Song. By Charles Sackville, earl of Dorset. From
of Halifax. From the fame authority - - 1361
Epigram. Lowe, and jealousy. By William Waist),
The garland. By the fame. From the fame au-
Merry Andreiv. By the fame. From the famt <
A reasonahle affliclion. By the same. From the same authority - - -187
Occasioned hy verses sent to the author in his retire-
Baucis and Philemon. Imitated from the eighth
Perfes tn the death of Bailor Swift. Occasioned
I739 .... IOO
A letter from Italy, To the right honourahle Charles lord Halifax. In the year MDCCU By Joseph Addison, esq. From his " Works>" 1753 - 21*
To his perjurd mistress. From Horace. By Thomas Yalden, D. D> From Drydens >' Miscellany poems," 1717 - - - 213
To a candle. Elegy. By William Congreve, efq.
Horace, Book II. Ode IF. Imitated. The lord