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Eclogue I. page 27
THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR.
Stationers' Court; and BALDWIN, CRADOCK,
Page The Life of the Author
5 Eclogue I.
11 Eclogue II.
19 Eclogue III.
16 Eclogue IV.
18 Ode to Pity
21 Ode to Fear
22 Ode to Simplicity
25 Ode on the Poetical Character
27 Ode written in the year 1746
29 Ode to Mercy Ode to Liberty
SO Ode to a Lady, on the Death of Colonel Charles Ross, in the action Fontenoy. Written in May, 1745
96 Ode to Evening
38 Ode to Peace
40 The Manners. An Ode
41 The Passions. An Ode for Music
43 An Epistle to Sir Thomas Hanmer, on his Edition of Shakspeare's Works
47 Dirge in Cymbeline
32 Ode on the Death of Mr. Thompson
33 Verses written on a Paper which contained a piece of Bride-cake
54 Ode on the popular superstitions of the Highlands of
36 Supplementary Stanizas on the same, by William
66 Observations on the Oriental Éclogues
71 Observations on the Odes, Descriptive and Allegorical 79