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But that the worthy and the good shall say,
XII. INTENDED FOR SIR ISAAC NEWTON.
Hoc Marmor Fatetur.
XIII. ON DR. FRANCIS ATTERBURY,
Bishop of Rochester, who died in exile at Paris, 1732. [His only daughter having expired in his arms, immediately after she arrived in France to see him.]
SE Yes, we have liv'd-One pang, and then we part! May heav'n, dear Father ! now have all thy heart, Yet, ah! how once we lov’d, remember still, Till you are dust like me.
Dear shade! I will: Then mix this dust with thine spotless ghost ! O more than fortune, friends, or country lost ! Is there on earth one care, one wish beside ? Yes --SAVE MY COUNTRY, Heav'n,
-He said, and dy'd.
XIV. ON EDMUND DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM,
Who died in the Nineteenth year of his age, 1735.
1r modest youth, with cool reflection crown'd,
xv. ror ONE WHO WOULD NOT BE
BURIED IN WESTMINSTER-ABBEY.
Under this marble, or under this sill,
XVII. LORD CONINGSBY'S EPITAPH*.
dere lies Lord Coningsby-be civil;
This epitaph, originally written on Picus Mirandula, is apied to F. Chartres, and printed among the works of Swift. See awksworth's edition, Vol. VI. s.
END OF VOL. 111.
Printed by S. Hollingsworth, Crane-Court, Fleet Streer.
In four Epistles.
Epistle 1. Of the Knowledge and Charac-
-- II. Of the Characters of Women
III. Of the Use of Riches -----
IV. Of the Use of Riches -----
HORACE'S SATIRES, EPISTLES, &c.