In Praise of a Country Use. By a Lady. ibid.
Letter on the Receipt of a Present of Cyder. By Mrs. C---e.
The Careless Gallant. 13 3
Oh a young Lady's Playing on a Lute. 137
from a Lover to his Mistress, who was afraid to Marry.
O* his Grace the Duke of Marlborough. By Mr. W y.
An Allusion to Horace, Book I. Ode ji. 141
Us on the Death of Dr. Smith, Vice-Master of Trinity-College,
Lues Majplienfis; Ode ad Authorem ejufdem tituli Poematis.
An Ode to the E.-I of C—g---n. By D---n S y.
Tie Ode-Maker; a Burlesque on the foregoing Ode. 1 54
The Curious Maid. A Tale. 163
st* Ttri-Woman. 166
On the Scripture-Painting, in the Escurial in Spain. 168
Letter from Mrs. C—• -- e, to Mr. Joy, Deputy-Governour of
the South-Sea. 175
A Tale: Shewing how the Moon was made of a Green-Cheese.
The Leaky Vessel: A Tale. 190
In Imitation of Gallus. By a Person of Quality. • 199
From a Gentleman to his Friend in Afflict'ion. 105
Prologue to Mustck. By Dr. G — th. no
Upon a Patch, on a Lady's Face. 113
A Conflict on Business, ibid.
To a Painter, after he had fnish'd a Lady's PiUure. 214
The Force of Mustck: A Fragment, after the Manner of Spen-
imittetion of the Twenty-seventh Ode of the Third Book of
Horace. • 218