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In submersionem navigii cui, Georgius
Regale nomen, inditum ib.
In brevitatem vitae spatii hominibus con-
cessi , . . 351
To a Lady ib.
Written on a Page of "The Monthly
On a Similar Occasion 369
On the Queen's Visit to London .... ib.
The Cock-fighter's Garland 371
Lines after the manner of Homer . . . 372
from Sea-bathing ib.
On the Refusal of the University of Oxford
to subscribe to his Translation of Homer 378
The Retired Cat
To George Romuey, Esq ib.
On receiving Hayley's Picture .... tb.
To his Cousin, Lady Heskelh ib.
"To Mrs. Unwin ib.
To John Johnson ib.
The Castaway ib.
TRANSLATIONS FROM THE
The Triumph of Heavenly Love desired . ib.
Living Water 41a
TRANSLATIONS OF GREEK VERSES.
On Female Inconstancy 504
On Hermocratia ib.
Page Abbot is painting me so true . . . . . 39l
Abiit senex ! periit senex amabilis . . . 341
Ah, how the human mind wearies herself . 448
Airy del Castro was as bold a knight . . 330
Aucient dame, how wide and vast . . . 476
A raven, while with glossy breast . . . 163
Attic maid ! with honey fed 502
Austen ! accept a grateful verse from me . 384
Bewail not much, my parents ! me, the prey 501
peace 1 1
Blest! who, far from all mankind - - . 417
Boy! I detest all Persian fopperies . . . 495
By whom was David taught 25
Charles—and I say it wondering—thou must know ... 467
Charon! receive a family on board . . . 502
Come, peace of mind, delightful guest . . 165
Could I, from heaven inspired, as sure presage 366
Cowper had sinned with some excuse . . 400
Dear Anna—between friend and friend . 337
Did not my Muse (what can she less ?) . . 4
EiKova Tic TtivTtlv; K\vtov uvepoj; OVVOfl
o\ta\ev - 391
Eldest born of powers divine ..... 500
En, quae prodigia, ex oris allata remotis . 397
Fairest and foremost of the train that wait 117
Far from the world, O Lord, I flee ... 37
Farewell, false hearts ! whose best affec-
Farewell! endued with all that could
engage . . 359
Fierce passions discompose the mind . . 29