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DR. SWIFT TO MR. POPE...................................

290

A LOVE-POEM

................. 290

BOUTS RIMES..

........................................... 291

HELTER SKELTER

292

TIIE PUPPET-SHOW....

................. 293

THE JOURNAL OF A MODERN LADY.

......... 295.

THE ANSWER TO PAULUS...

301

A DIALOGUE.......

304

XON BURNING A DULL POEM...........

305

TIIE PROGRESS OF MARRIAGE

305

AN EXCELLENT NEW BALLAD.........................

309

ON STEPHEN DUCK....

THE LADY'S DRESSING-ROOM

THE POWER OF TIME

CASSINUS AND PETER...

A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG NYMPH GOING TO BED..

STREPHON AND CHLOE..

APOLLO; OR, A PROBLEM SOLVED. .............................

32

X TIIE PLACE OF THE DAMNED.................

325

THE DAY OF JUDGMENT..

325

JUDAS

.......... 326

AN EPISTLE TO MR. GAY

326

TO A LADY..

EPIGRAMS.

ON RECEIVING PRESENTS

THE BEAST'S CONFESSION TO THE PRIEST.

336

THE PARSON'S CASE.....

341

THE HARDSHIP UPON THE LADIES...

342

A LOVE-SONG IN THE MODERN TASTE ................

.............. 312

THE STORM.....

............. 343

ODE ON SCIENCE

A YOUNG LADY'S COMPLAINT..

.................. 316

....... 311

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368

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ON THE DEATH OF DR. SWIFT

357

THE DEAN AND DUKE..........

...

368

WRITTEN BY DR. SWIFT, ON HIS OWN DEAFNESS....

THE DEAN'S COMPLAINT TRANSLATED AND ANSWERED

368

THE DEAN'S MANNER OF LIVING...

369

VERSES MADE FOR FRUIT-WOMEN

369

VON ROVER, A LADY'S SPANIEL ............

EPIGRAMS ON WINDOWS....

372

TO JANUS, ON NEW-YEAR'S DAY ..........

374

A MOTTO FOR MR. JASON HAZARD

374

TO A FRIEND....

CATULLUS DE LESBIA

.......... 375

375

ON A CURATE'S COMPLAINT OF IIARD DUTY..

................ 375

TO BETTY THE GRISETTE...

............. 376

EPIGRAMS....

376, 377

JOAN CUDGELS NED.......

377

VERSES ON TWO CELEBRATED MODERN POETS

377

EPITAPH.........

............... 378

VERSES ON I KNOW NOT WHAT

.......... 378

DR. SWIFT TO HIMSELF..

378

V AN ANSWER TO A FRIEND'S QUESTION.

......................... 379

EPIGRAM...

................ 379

AN APOLOGY TO LADY CARTERET....

................ 379

THE BIRTII OF MANLY VIRTUE

............ 383

ON PADDY'S CHARACTER OF TIIE INTELLIGENCER.....

386

AN EPISTLE.....

386

A LIBEL ON DR. DELANY................

388

TO DR. DELANY..

................... 393

DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING A BIRTIIDAY SONG....

396

ANSWER TO DR. DELANY'S FABLE OF THE PHEASANT AND THE LARK.......... 402

DEAN SMEDLEY'S PETITION TO THE DUKE OF GRAFTON.

404

THE DUKE'S ANSWER ....

PARODY ON TIIE CHARACTER OF DEAN SMEDLEY

......... 406

407

CADENUS AND VANESSA

408-

TO LOVE ..............

425

A REBUS

THE DEAN'S ANSWER.

STELLA'S BIRTIIDAY, 1718..

1719...

TO STELLA

.......... 428

*****

......... 429

....... 432

434

STELLA'S BIRTHDAY, 1722.....

435

STELLA AT WOOD PARK

436

A RECEIPT TO RESTORE STELLA'S YOUTH...

438

STELLA'S BIRTHDAY, 1724

TO STELLA..

DEATH AND DAPHNE ....

4+1

DAPHNE

413

STELLA'S BIRTIIDAY, 1726...

A NEW-YEAR'S GIFT FOR BEC

416

DINGLEY AND BRENT....

417

BEC'S (JRS. DINGLEY] BIRTHDAY..

ON THE COLLAR OF TIGER...

449

A CONFERENCE BETWEEN A CHARIOT AND A CHAIR...

419

A DIALOGUE BETWEEN SIR WILLIAM IIANDCOCK AND THADY FITZPATRICK, 450

BILLET TO A COMPANY OF PLAYERS..

452

EPILOGUE TO MR. HOPPY'S BENEFIT-NIG IIT, AT SMOCK-ALLEY.

453

THE LOGICIANS REFUTED.

454

THE ELEPHANT; OR, TIE PARLIAMENT-MAN..

455

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418

THE SWAN TRIPE CLUB IN DUBLIN

THE STORY OF ORPHEUS...

466

ACTÆON; OR, TIIE ORIGINAL OF HORN FAIR.

468

THE FAMOUS SPEECHMAKER OF ENGLAND

470

PARODY ON THE RECORDER OF BLESSINGTON'S ADDRESS TO QUEEN ANNE.. 475

JACK FRENCIMAN'S LAMENTATION

................. 477

TUE GARDEN PLOT.

.................... 479

THE VIRTUE OF SID HAMET, THE MAGICIAN'S, ROD..........

480

THE RECORDER'S SPEECH TO HIS GRACE TUE DUKE OF ORMOND.................. 481

LINES WRITTEN EXTEMPORE ON MR. HARLEY'S BEING STABBED.

483

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG: BEING THE INTENDED SPEECH OF A FAMOUS

ORATOR AGAINST PEACE.............

483

THE WINDSOR PROPIECY..

485

CORINNA, A BALLAD......

486

THE FABLE OF MIDAS.......

................... 487

TOLAND'S INVITATION TO DISMAL..

.................... 488

PEACE AND DUNKIRK..

489

HORACE, Book I. EP. VII.......

490

THE AUTHOR UPON HIMSELF..............................

......... 493

THE FAGOT.....

IMITATION OF PART OF THE SIXTH SATIRE OF THE SECOND BOOK OF HORACE 496

IIORACE, Book II., ODE I., PARAPHRASED......

499

HORACE, BOOK I., Ep. V......

501

IN SICKNESS...

505

THE FABLE OF TILE BITCHES..................................................................................... 506

HORACE, Book III., ODE JI..................................................................................... 507

ON TIIE CHURCH'S DANGER

507

A POEM ON HIGH CHURCII .................

507

A POEM, OCCASIONED BY THE IIANGINGS IN THE CASTLE OF DUBLIN, IN

WHICII TIE STORY OF PILAETON IS EXPRESSED.

508

A TALE OF A NETTLE....

509

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG, ON A SEDITIOUS PAMPHLET......

510

THE RUN UPON THE BANKERS....

611

UPON THE IORRID PLOT DISCOVERED BY HARLEQUIN, TIE BISHOP OF RO-

CHESTER'S FRENCII DOG...

512

A QUIBBLING ELEGY ON JUDGE BOAT................ ...................................... 514

THE EPITAPH ...

................... 515

VERSES OCCASIONED BY WHITSIIED'S MOTTO ON HIS COACH .... ... ... ... ... ......... 515

VERSES ON THE REVIVAL OF THE ORDER OF TIIE BATII ...........

................... 516

EPIGRAM ON WOOD'S BRASS MONEY....

516

A SIMILE ON OUR WANT OF SILVER..

516

WOOD AN INSECT......

PROMETHEUS, ON WOOD TIIE PATENTEE'S IRISH HALFPENCE

518

ON WOOD TUE IRONMONGER...

520

WILL WOOD'S PETITION TO TIE PEOPLE OF IRELAND ...............

520

A NEW SONG ON WOOD'S HALFPENCE

522

A SERIOUS POEM UPON WILLIAM WOOD..

523

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG, UPON THIE DECLARATIONS OF THE SEVERAL

CORPORATIONS OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN AGAINST WOOD'S HALFPENCE, 526

VERSES ON THE UPRIGHT JUDGE WHO CONDEMNED TIIE DRAPIER'S PRINTER, 528

ON THE SAME..............

..................... .............................. 528

EPIGRAM ....................

528

HORACE, BOOK I., ODE XIV..

529

VERSES ON THE SUDDEN DRYING UP OF ST. PATRICK'S WELL, NEAR TRINITY

COLLEGE, DUBLIN

530

ON READING DR. YOUNG'S SATIRE, CALLED THE UNIVERSAL PASSION..... 532

THE DOG AND TIIE THIEF....

533

DIALOGUE BETWEEN MAD MULLINIX AND TIMOTIIY.

534

M AND TILE FABLES.......

639

DICK, A MAGGOT

541

CLAD ALL IN BROWN. TO DICK ....

DICK'S VARIETY..

........... 542

TRAULUS, Part I......

PART II..

545

A FABLE ON THE LION AND OTHER BEASTS.

544

ON THE IRISH BISHOPS...............

547

HORACE, Book IV. ODE 19.

........ 519

ON MR. PULTENEY'S BEING PUT OUT OF THE COUNCIL ....

ON THE WORDS BROTHER PROTESTANTS AND FELLOW CHRISTIANS.

552

BETTESWORTHI'S EXULTATION UPON HEARING THAT HIS NAME WOULD BE

TRANSMITTED TO POSTERITY IN DR. SWIFT'S WORKS.

THE YAHOO'S OVERTHROW; OR, THE KEVAN BAYL'S NEW BALLAD, .... 554

ON THE ARCHBISHOP OF CASHEL (DR. BOLTON), AND DR. BETTESWORTH 556

ON THE IRISH CLUB

556

ON NOISY TOM..

557

ON DR. RUNDLE, BISHOP OF DERRY

557

A CHARACTER, PANEGYRIC, AND DESCRIPTION OF THE LEGION CLUB 559

ON A PRINTER'S BEING SENT TO NEWGATE

564

A VINDICATION OF TIIE LIBEL...

564

A FRIENDLY APOLOGY FOR A CERTAIN JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.................... 565

AY AND NO ..........

.............. 566

A WICKED TREASONABLE LIBEL .................................................................. 607

POETICAL EPISTLE TO DR. SHERIDAN

567

LINES WRITTEN ON A WINDOW IN THE EPISCOPAL PALACE AT KILMORE... 568

THE UPSTART.

568

VERSES ON BLENHEIM.

................................... 569

TO THE CITIZENS...

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG, UPON THE LATE GRAND JURY..

570

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG, UPON HIS GRACE, OUR GOOD LORD ARCHBISHOP

OF DUBLIN..

................................... 571

TO HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN................................................... 672

PUNCII'S PETITION TO TIIE LADIES.

........................................................ 573

BALLAD.

575

THE SPEECH OF TIJE PROVOST OF TRINITY COLLEGE TO HIS ROYAL HIGH.

NESS GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES........

577

RIDDLES:-

PETROX THE GREAT ............

............... 579

ON A PEN....

................................... 581

ON GOLD....

................... 582

ON THE POSTERIORS...

583

ON A HORN..........

.......... 584

ON A CORKSCREW...

585

THE GULF OF ALL HUMAN PossessIONS..........................

585

LOUISA TO STREPHON

..................................................... 587

A MAYPOLE ............

................................ 588

ON THE Moon.....................

................................................... 589

ON A CIRCLE

*** ............................ 589

ON INK........

........................................... 589

ON THE FIVE SENSES

......................... 596

FONTINELLA (A FOUNTAIN) TO FLORINDA..

....................... 591

• AN ECHO...........

ON A SHADOW IN A GLASS.....................

............................ 591

............... 591

ON TIME.......

............. 593

ON THE GALLOWS...............

.................. 593

ON VOWELS .........

................... 593

ON SNOW

594

ON A CANNON

594

ON A PAIR OF DICE....

.............................. 594

A PASTORAL DIALOGUE.....

599

THE GRAND QUESTION DEBATED: WHETHER HAMILTON'S BAWN SHOULD

BE TURNED INTO A BARRACK OR MALT-HOUSE

601

DRAPIER'S HILL ....

THE DEAN'S REASONS FOR NOT BUILDING AT DRAPIER'S HILL...

605

A PANEGYRIC ON THE DEAN, IN THE PERSON OF A LADY IN THE NORTH, 607

TWELVE ARTICLES

614

THE REVOLUTION AT MARKET-HILL............ ......................................... 615

V ROBIN AND HARRY.

617

DEAN SWIFT AT SIR ARTIIUR ACHESON'S....

................................ 618

ON CUTTING DOWN THE THORN AT MARKET-HILL.

................. 619

EPITAPH IN BERKELEY CHIURCHYARD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE..

MY LADY'S LAMENTATION AND COMPLAINT AGAINST THE DEAN ............ 622

V A LEFT-HANDED LETTER TO DR. SHERIDAN........

624

TO THOMAS SIERIDAN

................ 625

TO DR. SIIERIDAN .....

626

THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK'S TO THOMAS SIERIDAN... .........

627

THE DEAN TO THOMAS SHERIDAN.

628

TO DR. SHERIDAN...

629

DR. SWIFT'S REPLY TO SHERIDAN..

630

GEORGE-NIM-DAN-DEAN TO SHERIDAN..

631

GEORGE-NIM-DAN-DEAN'S INVITATION TO THOMAS SHERIDAN

632

TO MR. THOMAS SHERIDAN.

633

ON DAN JACKSON'S PICTURE

634

DAN JACKSON'S DEFENCE..

634

JACKSON'S REJOINDER.

635

ANOTHER REJOINDER.

636

SHERIDAN'S SUBMISSION..

637

THE PARDON.....

638

THE LAST SPEECH AND DYING WORDS OF DAN JACKSON

638

TO THE REV. DANIEL JACKSON..

639

SWIFT TO SHERIDAN......

..... 641

MARY THE COOK-MAID'S LETTER.

641

A PORTRAIT.....

642

ON STEALING A CROWN WHEN THE DEAN WAS ASLEEP

643

THE DEAN'S ANSWER.

.... 643

A PROLOGUE TO A PLAY PERFORMED AT MR. SHERIDAN'S SCHOOL.... 643

THE EPILOGUE..

644

THE SONG (A PARODY)

644

TO QUILCA, A COUNTRY-HOUSE OF DR. SHERIDAN.

645

THE BLESSINGS OF A COUNTRY LIFE.

645

THE PLAGUES OF A COUNTRY LIFE..

645

A FAITHFUL INVENTORY OF THE FURNITURE BELONGING TO N-ROOM, 646

PALINODIA.....

647

OF THE FIVE LADIES AT SOT'S HOLE

TILE BEAU'S REPLY

649

AN ANSWER TO SHERIDAN

649, 650

AV EPISTLE TO TWO FRIENDS

654

TO DR. SHERIDAN

655

DR. JIELSHAM'S ANSWER

655

A TRUE AND FAITHFUL INVENTORY OF THE GOODS BELONGING TO DR.

SWIFT, VICAR OF LARACOR

656

PEG RADCLIFFE THE HOSTESS'S INVITAT ON.

657

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