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REV. JONATHAN SWIFT, D. D.
DEAN OF ST. PATRICK'S, DUBLIN.
NOTES, HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL.
A NEW EDITION, IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES.
PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM DURELL AND CO.
6. S. VAN WINKLI, PRINTER, Water-street, Nora York.
THE TWENTY-FOURTH VOLUME.
MISCELLANIES IN VERSE,
BY MR. POPE, DR. ARBUTHNOT, MR. GAY, &c.
Imitations of English Poets, by Dr. Swift.
1. Chaucer. A Tale, lately found in an old Manuscript,
II. Spenser. The Alley,
III. Earl of Dorset. Artemisia,
IV. Swift. The happy Life of a Country Parson,
The Capon's Tale,
The Elephant, or the Parliament-Man,
Verses for Bernard Lintot's new Miscellany,
To Mr. John More, Author of the celebrated Worm Powder,
Verses occasioned by an fc. after Mr. D'Urfey's Name,
Prologue designed for Mr. D'Urfey's last Play,
Prologue to Three Hours after Marriage,
Duke upon Duke,
Fragment of a Satire,
Sylvia, a Fragment,
Impromptu, to Lady Winchelsea,
To Mrs. Martha Blount, on her Birthday,
Song, by a Person of Quality,
Ballad on Nelly,
Ode on the Longitude,
Epigram on Handel and Bononcini,
On Mrs. Tofts,
Two or 'Three, or a Receipt to make a Cuckold,
Epigram in a Maid of Honour's Prayer Book,
The Balance of Europe,
8 9 10 12 13 15 17 19 20 23 24 30 39 34 35 36 ib. 37 38 40 41 ib. 42 ibib.
A panegyrical Epistle to Mr. T. Snow,
A Ballad on Quadrille,
A new Song of new Similies,
Newgate's Garland ; on Jonathan Wilds,
Strephon and Flavia,
Ay and No; a Fable,
The Lamentation of Glumdalclitch,
Mary Gulliver to Captain Lemuel Gulliver,
To Quinbus Flestrin, the Man-Mountain,
A gentle Echo on Woman,
Epitaph on Chartres,
Epitaph of By-words,
. Epigram from the French,
Epigram on the Toasts of the Kit-Cat Club,
To a Lady, with the Temple of Fame,
Verses on Sir Richard Blackmore,
Bounce to Fop,
On the Countess of Burlington cutting Paper,
On a certain Lady at Court,
43 46 48 51 54 56 57 59 60 63 66 68 70 72 ib. 78 ib. 73 74
MISCELLANIES IN PROSE CONTINUED.
A wonderful Prophecy,
The Country Post,
A faithful Narrative of what passed in London, &c.
A Specimen of Scriblerus's Reports. Stradling versus Stiles,
God's Revenge against Punning,
* Ars Pun-ica, sive Flos Linguarum ; the Art of Punning; or,
the Flower of Languages, in seventy-nine Rules; for the
farther Improvement of Conversation, and Help of Me-
mory. By the Labour and Industry of Tom Pun-sibi,
Edmund Curll, to the Reader,
*The History of Poetry. In a Letter to a Friend,
*The present State of Wit. In a Letter to a Friend in the
Country, *Remarks on Dr. Gibbs's Psalms,
Consultation of four Physicians upon a Lord that was dying,
A Love Song,
To Samuel Bindon, Esq.
Anglo-Latin Letter to Dr. Sheridan,
*List of Ungrateful, Grateful, and Doubtful,
*General ladex to the Twenty-four Volumes,
183 185 186 ib. ib. 189 191