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THE HAUNCH OF VENISON; a Poetical Epistle to Lord Clare.
THE CAPTIVITY; an Oratorio.
The Clown's Reply..
Prologue, written and spoken by the Poet Laberius, a Roman
Knight, whom Caesar forced upon the stage. Preserved by
The Logicians Refuted. In Imitation of Dean Swift
Epigram on a Beautiful Youth, struck blind by Lightning
Stanzas on the taking of Quebec, and Death of General Wolfe. 223
Stanzas. "Weeping, murmuring, complaining.'
The Gift. To Iris.
An Elegy on the Glory of her Sex, Mrs. Mary Blaize
Description of an Author's Bed-chamber..
Song. "O Memory! thou fond deceiver!"
Song. "The Wretch condemn'd with Life to part."
The Double Transformation. A Tale ..
A New Simile. In the manner of Swift.
Stanzas on Woman
Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog.
Epitaph on Edward Purdon...
Epilogue to the Comedy of "The Sister"
Verses, in Reply to an Invitation to Dinner at Sir George Baker's. 234
Epitaph on Dr. Parnell.
Epilogue to the Comedy of "The Good-Natured Man."
Prologue to the Tragedy of "Zobeide".
An Epilogue, intended for Mrs. Bulkley.
Threnodia Augustalis; sacred to the Memory of Her Royal
Highness, the Princess Dowager of Wales.
Letter, in Prose and Verse, to Mrs. Bunbury..
Epilogue to the Comedy of "She Stoops to Conquer; or the
Mistakes of a Night".
Epilogue to the Comedy of "She Stoops to Conquer;" intended
to be spoken by Mrs. Bulkley and Miss Catley
Song. "Ah me! when shall I marry me?"
Epilogue, spoken by Mr. Lee Lewes, in the Character of Har-
lequin, at his benefit..
THE GOOD-NATURED MAN. A Comedy
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER; OR THE MISTAKES of a night. À
SCENE FROM THE GRUMBLER; a Farce
THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD.