The Poetical Works of Addison; Gay's Fables; and Somerville's Chase With Memoirs and Critical Dissertations, by the Rev. George Gilfillan
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The Poetical Works of Addison; Gay's Fables; and Somerville's Chase With Memoirs and Critical Dissertations, by the Rev. George Gilfillan

By Joseph Addison, John Gay, William Somerville
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  • THE
  • CONTENTS.
    • ADDISON'S POETICAL WORKS.
      • THE LIFE OF JOHN GAY
        • PART II.
        • SOMERVILLE'S CHASE.
      • PART II.
      • SOMERVILLE'S CHASE.
    • THE LIFE OF JOHN GAY
      • PART II.
      • SOMERVILLE'S CHASE.
    • PART II.
    • SOMERVILLE'S CHASE.
    • LIFE OF JOSEPH ADDISON.
    • ADDISON'S POETICAL WORKS.
      • POEMS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS.
        • TO MR DRYDEN.
      • TO MR DRYDEN.
      • A POEM TO HIS MAJESTY,[2] PRESENTED TO THE LORD KEEPER.
        • TO THE KING.
        • A TRANSLATION OF ALL
        • A SONG FOR ST CECILIA'S DAY,
        • IV.
        • CHORUS.
      • TO THE KING.
      • A TRANSLATION OF ALL
      • A SONG FOR ST CECILIA'S DAY,
      • IV.
      • CHORUS.
      • AN ODE FOR ST CECILIA'S DAY.
        • CHORUS.
        • AN ACCOUNT OF THE GREATEST ENGLISH POETS
        • A LETTER FROM ITALY,
      • CHORUS.
      • AN ACCOUNT OF THE GREATEST ENGLISH POETS
      • A LETTER FROM ITALY,
      • MILTON'S STYLE IMITATED,
        • THE CAMPAIGN, A POEM.
        • COWLEY'S EPITAPH ON HIMSELF.
        • PROLOGUE TO THE TENDER HUSBAND.[8]
        • EPILOGUE TO THE BRITISH
        • PROLOGUE TO SMITH'S[10] PHÆDRA AND HIPPOLITUS.
        • HORACE.-ODE III., BOOK III.
      • THE CAMPAIGN, A POEM.
      • COWLEY'S EPITAPH ON HIMSELF.
      • PROLOGUE TO THE TENDER HUSBAND.[8]
      • EPILOGUE TO THE BRITISH
      • PROLOGUE TO SMITH'S[10] PHÆDRA AND HIPPOLITUS.
      • HORACE.-ODE III., BOOK III.
      • THE VESTAL.
      • OVID'S METAMORPHOSES.
        • PHÆTON'S SISTERS TRANSFORMED INTO TREES.
        • THE TRANSFORMATION OF CYCNUS INTO A SWAN.
        • THE STORY OF CALISTO.
        • THE STORY OF CORONIS, AND BIRTH OF ÆSCULAPIUS.
        • EUROPA'S RAPE.
        • BOOK III.
        • THE TRANSFORMATION OF ACTÆON INTO A STAG.
        • THE BIRTH OF BACCHUS.
        • THE TRANSFORMATION OF TIRESIAS.
        • THE TRANSFORMATION OF ECHO.
        • THE STORY OF NARCISSUS.
        • THE STORY OF PENTHEUS.
        • THE MARINERS TRANSFORMED TO DOLPHINS.
        • THE DEATH OF PENTHEUS.
        • BOOK IV.
      • PHÆTON'S SISTERS TRANSFORMED INTO TREES.
      • THE TRANSFORMATION OF CYCNUS INTO A SWAN.
      • THE STORY OF CALISTO.
      • THE STORY OF CORONIS, AND BIRTH OF ÆSCULAPIUS.
      • EUROPA'S RAPE.
      • BOOK III.
      • THE TRANSFORMATION OF ACTÆON INTO A STAG.
      • THE BIRTH OF BACCHUS.
      • THE TRANSFORMATION OF TIRESIAS.
      • THE TRANSFORMATION OF ECHO.
      • THE STORY OF NARCISSUS.
      • THE STORY OF PENTHEUS.
      • THE MARINERS TRANSFORMED TO DOLPHINS.
      • THE DEATH OF PENTHEUS.
      • BOOK IV.
      • TO HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS OF WALES,[12]
      • TO SIR GODFREY KNELLER[14] ON HIS PICTURE OF THE KING.[15]
      • THE PLAY-HOUSE.
      • ON THE LADY MANCHESTER.
      • AN ODE.
      • AN HYMN.
      • AN ODE.
      • AN HYMN.
      • PARAPHRASE ON PSALM XXIII.
      • END OF ADDISON'S POEMS.
    • POEMS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS.
      • TO MR DRYDEN.
    • TO MR DRYDEN.
    • A POEM TO HIS MAJESTY,[2] PRESENTED TO THE LORD KEEPER.
      • TO THE KING.
      • A TRANSLATION OF ALL
      • A SONG FOR ST CECILIA'S DAY,
      • IV.
      • CHORUS.
    • TO THE KING.
    • A TRANSLATION OF ALL
    • A SONG FOR ST CECILIA'S DAY,
    • IV.
    • CHORUS.
    • AN ODE FOR ST CECILIA'S DAY.
      • CHORUS.
      • AN ACCOUNT OF THE GREATEST ENGLISH POETS
      • A LETTER FROM ITALY,
    • CHORUS.
    • AN ACCOUNT OF THE GREATEST ENGLISH POETS
    • A LETTER FROM ITALY,
    • MILTON'S STYLE IMITATED,
      • THE CAMPAIGN, A POEM.
      • COWLEY'S EPITAPH ON HIMSELF.
      • PROLOGUE TO THE TENDER HUSBAND.[8]
      • EPILOGUE TO THE BRITISH
      • PROLOGUE TO SMITH'S[10] PHÆDRA AND HIPPOLITUS.
      • HORACE.-ODE III., BOOK III.
    • THE CAMPAIGN, A POEM.
    • COWLEY'S EPITAPH ON HIMSELF.
    • PROLOGUE TO THE TENDER HUSBAND.[8]
    • EPILOGUE TO THE BRITISH
    • PROLOGUE TO SMITH'S[10] PHÆDRA AND HIPPOLITUS.
    • HORACE.-ODE III., BOOK III.
    • THE VESTAL.
    • OVID'S METAMORPHOSES.
      • PHÆTON'S SISTERS TRANSFORMED INTO TREES.
      • THE TRANSFORMATION OF CYCNUS INTO A SWAN.
      • THE STORY OF CALISTO.
      • THE STORY OF CORONIS, AND BIRTH OF ÆSCULAPIUS.
      • EUROPA'S RAPE.
      • BOOK III.
      • THE TRANSFORMATION OF ACTÆON INTO A STAG.
      • THE BIRTH OF BACCHUS.
      • THE TRANSFORMATION OF TIRESIAS.
      • THE TRANSFORMATION OF ECHO.
      • THE STORY OF NARCISSUS.
      • THE STORY OF PENTHEUS.
      • THE MARINERS TRANSFORMED TO DOLPHINS.
      • THE DEATH OF PENTHEUS.
      • BOOK IV.
    • PHÆTON'S SISTERS TRANSFORMED INTO TREES.
    • THE TRANSFORMATION OF CYCNUS INTO A SWAN.
    • THE STORY OF CALISTO.
    • THE STORY OF CORONIS, AND BIRTH OF ÆSCULAPIUS.
    • EUROPA'S RAPE.
    • BOOK III.
    • THE TRANSFORMATION OF ACTÆON INTO A STAG.
    • THE BIRTH OF BACCHUS.
    • THE TRANSFORMATION OF TIRESIAS.
    • THE TRANSFORMATION OF ECHO.
    • THE STORY OF NARCISSUS.
    • THE STORY OF PENTHEUS.
    • THE MARINERS TRANSFORMED TO DOLPHINS.
    • THE DEATH OF PENTHEUS.
    • BOOK IV.
    • TO HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS OF WALES,[12]
    • TO SIR GODFREY KNELLER[14] ON HIS PICTURE OF THE KING.[15]
    • THE PLAY-HOUSE.
    • ON THE LADY MANCHESTER.
    • AN ODE.
    • AN HYMN.
    • AN ODE.
    • AN HYMN.
    • PARAPHRASE ON PSALM XXIII.
    • END OF ADDISON'S POEMS.
    • THE LIFE OF JOHN GAY.
      • GAY'S FABLES.
        • PART I.
        • THE SHEPHERD AND THE PHILOSOPHER.
        • TO HIS HIGHNESS
        • FABLE I.
        • FABLE II.
        • FABLE III.
        • FABLE IV.
        • FABLE V.
        • FABLE VI.
        • FABLE VII.
        • FABLE VIII.
        • FABLE IX.
        • FABLE X.
        • FABLE XI.
        • FABLE XII.
        • FABLE XIII.
        • FABLE XIV.
        • FABLE XV.
        • FABLE XVI.
        • FABLE XVII.
        • FABLE XVIII.
        • FABLE XIX.
        • FABLE XX.
        • FABLE XXI.
        • FABLE XXII.
        • FABLE XXIII.
        • FABLE XXIV.
        • FABLE XXV.
        • FABLE XXVI.
        • FABLE XXVII.
        • FABLE XXVIII.
        • FABLE XXIX.
        • FABLE XXX.
        • FABLE XXXI.
        • FABLE XXXII.
        • FABLE XXXIII.
        • FABLE XXXIV.
        • FABLE XXXV.
        • FABLE XXXVI.
      • PART I.
      • THE SHEPHERD AND THE PHILOSOPHER.
      • TO HIS HIGHNESS
      • FABLE I.
      • FABLE II.
      • FABLE III.
      • FABLE IV.
      • FABLE V.
      • FABLE VI.
      • FABLE VII.
      • FABLE VIII.
      • FABLE IX.
      • FABLE X.
      • FABLE XI.
      • FABLE XII.
      • FABLE XIII.
      • FABLE XIV.
      • FABLE XV.
      • FABLE XVI.
      • FABLE XVII.
      • FABLE XVIII.
      • FABLE XIX.
      • FABLE XX.
      • FABLE XXI.
      • FABLE XXII.
      • FABLE XXIII.
      • FABLE XXIV.
      • FABLE XXV.
      • FABLE XXVI.
      • FABLE XXVII.
      • FABLE XXVIII.
      • FABLE XXIX.
      • FABLE XXX.
      • FABLE XXXI.
      • FABLE XXXII.
      • FABLE XXXIII.
      • FABLE XXXIV.
      • FABLE XXXV.
      • FABLE XXXVI.
    • GAY'S FABLES.
      • PART I.
      • THE SHEPHERD AND THE PHILOSOPHER.
      • TO HIS HIGHNESS
      • FABLE I.
      • FABLE II.
      • FABLE III.
      • FABLE IV.
      • FABLE V.
      • FABLE VI.
      • FABLE VII.
      • FABLE VIII.
      • FABLE IX.
      • FABLE X.
      • FABLE XI.
      • FABLE XII.
      • FABLE XIII.
      • FABLE XIV.
      • FABLE XV.
      • FABLE XVI.
      • FABLE XVII.
      • FABLE XVIII.
      • FABLE XIX.
      • FABLE XX.
      • FABLE XXI.
      • FABLE XXII.
      • FABLE XXIII.
      • FABLE XXIV.
      • FABLE XXV.
      • FABLE XXVI.
      • FABLE XXVII.
      • FABLE XXVIII.
      • FABLE XXIX.
      • FABLE XXX.
      • FABLE XXXI.
      • FABLE XXXII.
      • FABLE XXXIII.
      • FABLE XXXIV.
      • FABLE XXXV.
      • FABLE XXXVI.
    • PART I.
    • THE SHEPHERD AND THE PHILOSOPHER.
    • TO HIS HIGHNESS
    • FABLE I.
    • FABLE II.
    • FABLE III.
    • FABLE IV.
    • FABLE V.
    • FABLE VI.
    • FABLE VII.
    • FABLE VIII.
    • FABLE IX.
    • FABLE X.
    • FABLE XI.
    • FABLE XII.
    • FABLE XIII.
    • FABLE XIV.
    • FABLE XV.
    • FABLE XVI.
    • FABLE XVII.
    • FABLE XVIII.
    • FABLE XIX.
    • FABLE XX.
    • FABLE XXI.
    • FABLE XXII.
    • FABLE XXIII.
    • FABLE XXIV.
    • FABLE XXV.
    • FABLE XXVI.
    • FABLE XXVII.
    • FABLE XXVIII.
    • FABLE XXIX.
    • FABLE XXX.
    • FABLE XXXI.
    • FABLE XXXII.
    • FABLE XXXIII.
    • FABLE XXXIV.
    • FABLE XXXV.
    • FABLE XXXVI.
    • FABLE XXXVII.
      • FABLE XXXVIII.
        • FABLE XXXIX.
        • FABLE XL.
        • FABLE XLI.
        • FABLE XLII.
        • FABLE XLIII.
        • FABLE XLIV.
        • FABLE XLV.
        • FABLE XLVI.
        • FABLE XLVII.
        • FABLE XLVIII.
        • FABLE XLIX.
        • FABLE L.
        • PART II.
        • FABLE I.
        • FABLE II.
        • FABLE III.
        • FABLE IV.
        • FABLE V.
        • FABLE VI.
        • FABLE VII.
        • FABLE VIII.
        • FABLE IX.
        • FABLE X.
      • FABLE XXXIX.
      • FABLE XL.
      • FABLE XLI.
      • FABLE XLII.
      • FABLE XLIII.
      • FABLE XLIV.
      • FABLE XLV.
      • FABLE XLVI.
      • FABLE XLVII.
      • FABLE XLVIII.
      • FABLE XLIX.
      • FABLE L.
      • PART II.
      • FABLE I.
      • FABLE II.
      • FABLE III.
      • FABLE IV.
      • FABLE V.
      • FABLE VI.
      • FABLE VII.
      • FABLE VIII.
      • FABLE IX.
      • FABLE X.
      • FABLE XI.
        • FABLE XII.
        • FABLE XIII.
        • FABLE XIV.
        • FABLE XV.
      • FABLE XII.
      • FABLE XIII.
      • FABLE XIV.
      • FABLE XV.
    • FABLE XXXVIII.
      • FABLE XXXIX.
      • FABLE XL.
      • FABLE XLI.
      • FABLE XLII.
      • FABLE XLIII.
      • FABLE XLIV.
      • FABLE XLV.
      • FABLE XLVI.
      • FABLE XLVII.
      • FABLE XLVIII.
      • FABLE XLIX.
      • FABLE L.
      • PART II.
      • FABLE I.
      • FABLE II.
      • FABLE III.
      • FABLE IV.
      • FABLE V.
      • FABLE VI.
      • FABLE VII.
      • FABLE VIII.
      • FABLE IX.
      • FABLE X.
    • FABLE XXXIX.
    • FABLE XL.
    • FABLE XLI.
    • FABLE XLII.
    • FABLE XLIII.
    • FABLE XLIV.
    • FABLE XLV.
    • FABLE XLVI.
    • FABLE XLVII.
    • FABLE XLVIII.
    • FABLE XLIX.
    • FABLE L.
    • PART II.
    • FABLE I.
    • FABLE II.
    • FABLE III.
    • FABLE IV.
    • FABLE V.
    • FABLE VI.
    • FABLE VII.
    • FABLE VIII.
    • FABLE IX.
    • FABLE X.
    • FABLE XI.
      • FABLE XII.
      • FABLE XIII.
      • FABLE XIV.
      • FABLE XV.
    • FABLE XII.
    • FABLE XIII.
    • FABLE XIV.
    • FABLE XV.
    • FABLE XVI.
      • SONGS.
      • SWEET WILLIAM'S FAREWELL TO BLACK-EYED SUSAN.
        • A BALLAD,
      • A BALLAD,
    • SONGS.
    • SWEET WILLIAM'S FAREWELL TO BLACK-EYED SUSAN.
      • A BALLAD,
    • A BALLAD,
  • THE
    • SOMERVILLE'S CHASE.
      • BOOK II.
        • BOOK III.
      • BOOK III.
    • BOOK II.
      • BOOK III.
    • BOOK III.
    • BOOK IV.
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