The Poetical Works of William Collins; With a Memoir
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The Poetical Works of William Collins; With a Memoir

By William Collins
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  • THE Poetical Works OF WILLIAM COLLINS.
  • CONTENTS.
  • MEMOIR OF COLLINS.
  • AN ESSAY ON THE GENIUS AND POEMS OF COLLINS.
  • ORIENTAL ECLOGUES.
    • WRITTEN ORIGINALLY FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT OF THE LADIES OF TAURIS.
    • PREFACE.
  • ORIENTAL ECLOGUES.
    • ECLOGUE I.
      • SELIM; OR, THE SHEPHERD’S MORAL.
    • SELIM; OR, THE SHEPHERD’S MORAL.
    • ECLOGUE II.
      • HASSAN; OR, THE CAMEL DRIVER.
    • HASSAN; OR, THE CAMEL DRIVER.
    • ECLOGUE III.
      • ABRA; OR, THE GEORGIAN SULTANA.
    • ABRA; OR, THE GEORGIAN SULTANA.
    • ECLOGUE IV.
      • AGIB AND SECANDER; OR, THE FUGITIVES.
    • AGIB AND SECANDER; OR, THE FUGITIVES.
  • ODES
    • ON SEVERAL DESCRIPTIVE AND ALLEGORICAL SUBJECTS.
  • ODES.
    • ODE TO PITY.
    • ODE TO FEAR.
    • ODE TO SIMPLICITY.
    • ODE ON THE POETICAL CHARACTER.
    • ODE,
      • WRITTEN IN THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR 1746.
    • WRITTEN IN THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR 1746.
    • ODE TO MERCY.
    • ODE TO LIBERTY.
    • ODE TO A LADY,
      • ON THE DEATH OF COLONEL ROSS, IN THE ACTION OF FONTENOY. Written in May, 1745.
    • ON THE DEATH OF COLONEL ROSS, IN THE ACTION OF FONTENOY. Written in May, 1745.
    • ODE TO EVENING.
    • ODE TO PEACE.
    • THE MANNERS.
      • AN ODE.
    • AN ODE.
    • THE PASSIONS.
      • AN ODE FOR MUSIC.
    • AN ODE FOR MUSIC.
    • ODE ON THE DEATH OF THOMSON.
      • THE SCENE IS SUPPOSED TO LIE ON THE THAMES NEAR RICHMOND.
    • THE SCENE IS SUPPOSED TO LIE ON THE THAMES NEAR RICHMOND.
    • ODE ON THE POPULAR SUPERSTITIONS OF THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND;
      • CONSIDERED AS THE SUBJECT OF POETRY; INSCRIBED TO MR. JOHN HOME.
    • CONSIDERED AS THE SUBJECT OF POETRY; INSCRIBED TO MR. JOHN HOME.
    • AN EPISTLE,
      • ADDRESSED TO SIR THOMAS HANMER, ON HIS EDITION OF SHAKESPEARE’S WORKS.
    • ADDRESSED TO SIR THOMAS HANMER, ON HIS EDITION OF SHAKESPEARE’S WORKS.
    • DIRGE IN CYMBELINE,
      • SUNG BY GUIDERUS AND ARVIRAGUS OVER FIDELE, SUPPOSED TO BE DEAD.
    • SUNG BY GUIDERUS AND ARVIRAGUS OVER FIDELE, SUPPOSED TO BE DEAD.
    • VERSES
      • WRITTEN ON A PAPER WHICH CONTAINED A PIECE OF BRIDE-CAKE, GIVEN TO THE AUTHOR BY A LADY.
    • WRITTEN ON A PAPER WHICH CONTAINED A PIECE OF BRIDE-CAKE, GIVEN TO THE AUTHOR BY A LADY.
    • TO MISS AURELIA C–––R,
      • ON HER WEEPING AT HER SISTER’S WEDDING.
    • ON HER WEEPING AT HER SISTER’S WEDDING.
    • SONNET.
    • SONG.
      • THE SENTIMENTS BORROWED FROM SHAKESPEARE.[62]
    • THE SENTIMENTS BORROWED FROM SHAKESPEARE.[62]
    • ON OUR LATE TASTE IN MUSIC.[63]
  • OBSERVATIONS ON THE ORIENTAL ECLOGUES AND ODES.
  • OBSERVATIONS ON THE ORIENTAL ECLOGUES.
    • ECLOGUE I.
    • ECLOGUE II.
    • ECLOGUE III.
    • ECLOGUE IV.
  • OBSERVATIONS
    • ON THE ODES, DESCRIPTIVE AND ALLEGORICAL.
    • ODE TO PITY.
    • ODE TO FEAR.
    • ODE TO SIMPLICITY.
    • ODE ON THE POETICAL CHARACTER.
    • ODE,
      • WRITTEN IN THE YEAR 1746.
    • WRITTEN IN THE YEAR 1746.
    • ODE TO MERCY.
    • ODE TO LIBERTY.
    • ODE TO A LADY,
      • ON THE DEATH OF COLONEL ROSS, IN THE ACTION OF FONTENOY.
    • ON THE DEATH OF COLONEL ROSS, IN THE ACTION OF FONTENOY.
    • ODE TO EVENING.
    • THE MANNERS.
      • AN ODE.
    • AN ODE.
    • THE PASSIONS.
      • AN ODE FOR MUSIC.
    • AN ODE FOR MUSIC.
    • AN EPISTLE
      • TO SIR THOMAS HANMER, ON HIS EDITION OF SHAKESPEARE’S WORKS.
    • TO SIR THOMAS HANMER, ON HIS EDITION OF SHAKESPEARE’S WORKS.
    • DIRGE IN CYMBELINE.
      • ODE ON THE DEATH OF THOMSON.
    • ODE ON THE DEATH OF THOMSON.
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