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Epistle to James Craggs, Esq. Secretary of State ....... 157

Epistle to Mr. Jervas, with Dryden's Translation of

Fresnoy's Art of Painting ................................. 158

Epistle to Mrs. Martha Blount, with the Works of

Voiture ................. .............................. 161

Epistle to Mrs. Teresa Blount, on her leaving the Town

after the Coronation .....

.......:64

To Mr. John Moore, Author of the celebrated Worm

Powder .....................

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..... 166

Epistle to Mrs. Martha Blount, on her Birthday ........ 168

To Mr. Thomas Southerne, on his Birthday, 1742...... 169

Roxana ; or, the Drawing Room. An Eclogue......... 170

The Basset Table. An Eclogue ...........................

Verbatim from Boileau ....................................... 176

Answer to the following Question of Mrs. Howe. “What

is prudery?” ............

............. 177

Lines occasioned by some Verses of his Grace the Duke

of Buckingham............

Prologue to Mr. Addison's Cato..............................

Epilogue to Mr. Rowe's Jane Shore. Designed for

Mrs. Oldfield.......

Prologue to Thomson's Sophonisba......................... 181

Prologue to a Play for Mr. Dennis's Benefit, in 1733,

when he was old, blind, and in great distress ......... 183

Macer. A Character...........

Song, by a Person of Quality. Written in the year

1733. .............................................................

185

On a certain Lady at Court.......................

On his Grotto at Twickenham, composed of Marbles,

Spars, Gems, Ores, and Minerals.......

Verses to Mr. C. St. James's Place....................... 188

To Mr. Gay, who had congratulated Pope on finishing

his House and Gardens...............

............ 188

To Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. ......................... 189

Extemporaneous Lines on a Portrait of Lady Mary

Wortley Montagu, painted by Kneller................. 190

Lines sung by Durastanti, when she took Leave of the

English Stage............

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Upon the Duke of Marlborough's House at Woodstock. 192

Verses left by Mr. Pope, on his lying in the same Bed

which Wilmot, the celebrated Earl of Rochester, slept

in at Adderbury, then belonging to the Duke of

Argyle, July 9th, 1739..................................... 192

The Challenge. A Court Ballad.... ..............

The Three Gentle Shepherds.................................. 196

Epigram, for the Collar of a Dog.

The Translator..........

The Lookingglass. On Mrs. Pulteney..................

An Epistle to Henry Cromwell, Esq. ...................... 198

A Farewell to London in the year 1715..................

Prologue, designed for D'Urfey's last Play............... 205

P. logue to the “ Three Hours after Marriage” ......... 206

Sandys' Ghost; or, a Proper New Ballad, on the New

Ovid's Metamorphoses : as it was intended to be

translated by persons of quality.......................... 208

Umbra..............

.............. 211

Sylvia. A Fragment. ..........

............. 212

Impromptu, to Lady Winchelsea. Occasioned by Four

satyrical Verses on Women Wits in the Rape of the

Lock.........................

........... 213

Epigram ........................................................... 214

Epigram, on the Feuds about Handel and Bononcini... 214

On Mrs. Tofts, a celebrated Opera Singer................ 214

The Balance of Europe......

215

Epitaph on Lord Coningsby................................... 215

Epigram ..................

............ 215

Epigram from the French ..............

215

Epitaph. ........................

215

Epigram on the Toasts of the Kit-cat Club, anno 1716.. 216

To a Lady, with the Temple of Fame .......

216

On the Countess of Burlington cutting Paper............. 216

On Drawings of the Statues of Apollo, Venus, and

Hercules, made for Pope by Sir Godfrey Kneller. ... 217

Argus................

...218

Prayer of Brutus. From Geoffrey of Monmouth........

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