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WORKS OF PHILIPS.
535 Ode ad Henricum St. John, Armig. 1706,
537 Cider. Book 1..
539 Bachanalian Song. By Mr. Philips,
WORKS OF WALSH.
To Cælia, upon fome Alterations in her
ib. A Song to Phyllis,
ib. An Epistle to a Lady who had resolved against
ib. Loving one I never saw,
ib. 1. Daphne,
ib. 4. Lycon,
ib. 5. Delia. On the Death of Mrs. Tempest, 579
ib. Horace, Book III. Ode III. imitated,
ib. | The Golden Age restored, in imication of the
573 fourth Pastoral of Virgil,
To Mr. Dryden, on his « Troilus ad
585 | On the Return of King William from lre-
land, after the Battle of the Boyne,
A Poeni to the Memory of AL. John
589 Charlettus Percivalla Suo,
591 Percivallus Charletto Suo,
Ode for the Year 1705,
WORKS OF DUKE.
To the People of England; a Deteftatin e
Civil War. From Horace's Seveuth Epak, bil
To Mr. Creech on his Translation of Luci-
Virgil's Fifth Eclogue,
To Mr. Waller; upon the Copy of Perlis
made by himsclf on the latt Copy in die
To Mr. Henry Dickinson, on his Tranflatia
of “ Simon's Critical History of the City
Paris to Helen. Tranilated from Ovid's E-
The Epifle of. Acontius to Cydippe. Trace
flated from Ovid,
The Fourth Satire of Juvenal,
Damon and Alexis,
Cælia and Dorinda,
To some disbanded Officers upon the late
Vote of the House of Commons,
To'a Roman Catholic upon Marriage,
Epistle to Mr. Orway,
Ad Thomam Otway,
" Who for Prcfurgent:;"
WORKS OF KING.
THE ART OF LOVE.
An incomparable Ode of Malherbe's, written Of Dreams,
The Art of making Pudding,
The Furmetary, a very innocent and harmless
ib. To Mr. Carter, Steward to the Lord Car-
Rufinus: or the Favourite. Imitated from Ulysses and Tiresias,
710 Translation from Tasso, Canto III. St. 3.
Britain's Palladium; or Lord Bolingbroke's the Morning,
The Author's Lise,
An Epiftle to Charles Earl of Dorset, occa-
fioned by his Majesty's Vi&ory in Ire-
Written at Althrop, in a blank Leaf of Wal-
763 ture of the old Lady Sunderland, 769
the Kit-Cat Club, 1703,