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SECOND VOL U M E.
IMITATIONS of ENGLISH Poets.
1. Of CHAUCER
p. 3 II. Of Spenser, The ALLEY
4 III. Of WALLER, On a lady finging to her lute 6
On a fan of the author's defign, in which
PROCRIS, with the Motto, AURA VENI ib. IV. Of Cowley, The GARDEN
8 V. Of the E. of Rochester, On Silence
9 VI. Of the E. of Dorset, ARTEMISIA
PHRYNE VII. Of Dr. Swift, The happy life of a country parfon
An Essay on Satire, occafioned by the death
of Mr. POPE; in Three Parts.
19 Part II.
25 PART III.
31 ESSAY on MAN, in Four EPISTLE S. EPISTLE I. Of the nature and fate of man with respekt to the universe
41 Epistle II. Of the nature and state of man with respell to himself, as an individual
Epistle III. Of the nature and state of man with respect to fociety
68 EPISTLE IV. Of the nature and state of man with respect to happiness
81 The UNIVERSAL PRAYER
MORAL ESSAY S.
125 EPISTLE III. Of the use of Riches
139 EPISTLE IV. Of the use of Riches
160 EPISTLE V. To Mr. Addison, occafioned by his Dialogues on MEDALS
173 PROLOGUE to the SATIRES, in an. Epiffle to Dr. ARB.UTHNOT
179 SATIRES and EPISTLES of HORACE
imitated. The Second Book of the Satires of Horace, SAT. I. 204 The Second Book of the Satires of Horace, Sat. II. 220 The First Book of the Epifles of Horace, Ep. I.
234 The First Book of the Epiftles of Horace, Ep. VI. 248 The Second Book of the Epistles of Horace, Ep. I.
258 The Second Book of the Epifles of Horace, Ep. II. 288 SATIRES of Dr. John DONNE, Dean of
St. Paul's, versified. SATIRE IJ.
310 Satire IV.
319 EPILOGUE to the SATIRES. DIALOGUE I.
337 DIALOGUE II.
347 On receiving from the Right Honourable the Lady FRANCES SHIRLEY, a fandish and two pens