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Horace Lib. I. Epist. IX. To the Right Houou-
rablfR—H~, Efq\ By the same Hand. p. 7*
On a Flower which Belinda gave me from her Bo-
The Story of Arethusa, transtated from the Fifth
The Fable of Vertumnus and Pomona; from the
Verses design'd to be prefix'd to Mr. Lintottlr Mi-
On theBirtb-cDay of Mr. Robert Trefusis; being Three Tears Old, March 1710-11. By Mr. Broome. P- *79
On the Marriage of an Old Maid. By R. F. p. i5U Charlettus Percivallo sud. p. 182
Percivallus Charletto suo. p. 183
The Complaint. Cælia ft Damon. In which some Lines of RemondV AlexiaS are imitated. By Mr. Broome. • p. 188
The School of mt, a Tale. By a Toung Gentleman, p. 491 On Mrs. BarbiereV First Appearance on the Stage at the Rehearsal of Almahide. By the same Hand. • , p. 2.03 On a Book written by a married Man, Ent it tiled. The ^Pleasures of Matrimony. Sent to the Author. . . p. 204 The Answer. By another Hand. p. 206 To a Toung Lady Reading the Art of Love. By Mr. Fenton. p.
The Fair Nun. A Tale. By the same Hand. p. 210 To a Gentleman who Corrected some Verses for
me. p. ixi
Rapin Imitated, in a Pastoral sent to 'Belinda up
onberleavingHatiley. By the same Hand. p. 225Sappho £o Phaon. A Love Epistle, Tranjlajtd
from Ovid. By Mr. Fenton. ,|C^f!|&
Toying a Visit to a Mistress on Sunday, p. 2.8?
Song. Set to Mustek by Mr. J. Barret p. x88
'Drinkitog a Glass of good Florence. Eattempdre.
Tart of the Fourteenth Chapter of Isaiah Para-