Poetical Works of Johnson, Parnell, Gray, and Smollett With Memoirs, Critical Dissertations, and Explanatory Notes
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Poetical Works of Johnson, Parnell, Gray, and Smollett With Memoirs, Critical Dissertations, and Explanatory Notes

By Thomas Parnell, Thomas Gray, T. (Tobias) Smollett, Samuel Johnson
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  • THE
  • M.DCCC.LV.
  • CONTENTS.
    • JOHNSON'S POEMS.
    • THE POETICAL WORKS
      • THE LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON.
      • LONDON:
      • THE VANITY OF HUMAN WISHES.
      • PROLOGUE
      • PROLOGUE
      • PROLOGUE
      • PROLOGUE
      • SPRING.
      • MIDSUMMER.
      • AUTUMN.
      • EPIGRAM
      • STELLA IN MOURNING.
      • TO STELLA.
      • VERSES
      • TO LADY FIREBRACE,[1]
      • TO LYCE,
      • ON THE DEATH OF MR ROBERT LEVETT,
      • EPITAPH ON CLAUDE PHILLIPS,[1]
      • EPITAPH
      • ON THE DEATH OF STEPHEN GREY, F.R.S.,
      • TO MISS HICKMAN,
      • PARAPHRASE
      • HORACE,
      • ON SEEING A BUST OF MRS MONTAGUE.
      • ANACREON, ODE NINTH.
      • LINES
      • PARODY OF A TRANSLATION
      • BURLESQUE
      • EPITAPH FOR MR HOGARTH.
      • TRANSLATION
      • TO MRS THRALE,
      • IMPROMPTU TRANSLATION
      • LINES
      • TRANSLATION
      • IMPROMPTU
      • TRANSLATION OF VIRGIL.
      • TRANSLATION OF HORACE.
      • TRANSLATION OF HORACE.
      • TRANSLATION
      • TO MISS * * * *
      • EVENING: AN ODE.
      • TO THE SAME.
      • TO A FRIEND.
      • TO A YOUNG LADY,
      • EPILOGUE
      • THE YOUNG AUTHOR.
      • FRIENDSHIP: AN ODE.
      • IMITATION OF THE STYLE OF[1] * * *
      • ONE AND TWENTY.
    • THE LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON.
    • LONDON:
    • THE VANITY OF HUMAN WISHES.
    • PROLOGUE
    • PROLOGUE
    • PROLOGUE
    • PROLOGUE
    • SPRING.
    • MIDSUMMER.
    • AUTUMN.
    • EPIGRAM
    • STELLA IN MOURNING.
    • TO STELLA.
    • VERSES
    • TO LADY FIREBRACE,[1]
    • TO LYCE,
    • ON THE DEATH OF MR ROBERT LEVETT,
    • EPITAPH ON CLAUDE PHILLIPS,[1]
    • EPITAPH
    • ON THE DEATH OF STEPHEN GREY, F.R.S.,
    • TO MISS HICKMAN,
    • PARAPHRASE
    • HORACE,
    • ON SEEING A BUST OF MRS MONTAGUE.
    • ANACREON, ODE NINTH.
    • LINES
    • PARODY OF A TRANSLATION
    • BURLESQUE
    • EPITAPH FOR MR HOGARTH.
    • TRANSLATION
    • TO MRS THRALE,
    • IMPROMPTU TRANSLATION
    • LINES
    • TRANSLATION
    • IMPROMPTU
    • TRANSLATION OF VIRGIL.
    • TRANSLATION OF HORACE.
    • TRANSLATION OF HORACE.
    • TRANSLATION
    • TO MISS * * * *
    • EVENING: AN ODE.
    • TO THE SAME.
    • TO A FRIEND.
    • TO A YOUNG LADY,
    • EPILOGUE
    • THE YOUNG AUTHOR.
    • FRIENDSHIP: AN ODE.
    • IMITATION OF THE STYLE OF[1] * * *
    • ONE AND TWENTY.
    • THE POETICAL WORKS
      • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
      • THE LIFE AND POETRY OF THOMAS PARNELL.
      • HESIOD; OR, THE RISE OF WOMAN.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • ANACREONTIC.
      • ANACREONTIC.
      • A FAIRY TALE,
      • TO MR POPE.
      • HEALTH: AN ECLOGUE.
      • THE FLIES: AN ECLOGUE.
      • AN ELEGY TO AN OLD BEAUTY.
      • THE BOOK-WORM.
      • AN ALLEGORY ON MAN.
      • AN IMITATION OF SOME FRENCH VERSES.
      • A NIGHT-PIECE ON DEATH.
      • A HYMN TO CONTENTMENT.
      • THE HERMIT.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
    • THE LIFE AND POETRY OF THOMAS PARNELL.
    • HESIOD; OR, THE RISE OF WOMAN.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • ANACREONTIC.
    • ANACREONTIC.
    • A FAIRY TALE,
    • TO MR POPE.
    • HEALTH: AN ECLOGUE.
    • THE FLIES: AN ECLOGUE.
    • AN ELEGY TO AN OLD BEAUTY.
    • THE BOOK-WORM.
    • AN ALLEGORY ON MAN.
    • AN IMITATION OF SOME FRENCH VERSES.
    • A NIGHT-PIECE ON DEATH.
    • A HYMN TO CONTENTMENT.
    • THE HERMIT.
    • THE LIFE AND POEMS
      • GRAY'S POEMS.
      • II.—ON THE DEATH OF A FAVOURITE CAT,
      • III—ON A DISTANT PROSPECT OF ETON COLLEGE.
      • IV.—HYMN TO ADVERSITY.
      • V.—THE PROGRESS OF POESY.
      • VI—THE BARD.
      • VII.—THE FATAL SISTERS.
      • VIII.—THE DESCENT OF ODIN.
      • IX.—THE DEATH OF HOEL.[1]
      • X.—THE TRIUMPH OF OWEN:
      • XI.—FOR MUSIC.[1]
      • MISCELLANEOUS.
      • ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD.
      • EPITAPH ON MRS JANE CLARKE.[1]
      • STANZAS,
      • TRANSLATION FROM STATIUS.
      • GRAY ON HIMSELF.
    • GRAY'S POEMS.
    • II.—ON THE DEATH OF A FAVOURITE CAT,
    • III—ON A DISTANT PROSPECT OF ETON COLLEGE.
    • IV.—HYMN TO ADVERSITY.
    • V.—THE PROGRESS OF POESY.
    • VI—THE BARD.
    • VII.—THE FATAL SISTERS.
    • VIII.—THE DESCENT OF ODIN.
    • IX.—THE DEATH OF HOEL.[1]
    • X.—THE TRIUMPH OF OWEN:
    • XI.—FOR MUSIC.[1]
    • MISCELLANEOUS.
    • ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD.
    • EPITAPH ON MRS JANE CLARKE.[1]
    • STANZAS,
    • TRANSLATION FROM STATIUS.
    • GRAY ON HIMSELF.
    • THE POETICAL WORKS
      • THE
      • SMOLLETT'S POEMS
      • REPROOF: A SATIRE.
      • THE TEARS OF SCOTLAND.
      • VERSES ON A YOUNG LADY
      • LOVE ELEGY.
      • BURLESQUE ODE.[1]
      • ODE TO MIRTH.
      • ODE TO SLEEP.
      • ODE TO LEVEN WATER.
      • ODE TO BLUE-EYED ANN.
      • ODE TO INDEPENDENCE.
      • SONG.
      • SONG.
      • END OF SMOLLETT'S POEMS.
    • THE
    • SMOLLETT'S POEMS
    • REPROOF: A SATIRE.
    • THE TEARS OF SCOTLAND.
    • VERSES ON A YOUNG LADY
    • LOVE ELEGY.
    • BURLESQUE ODE.[1]
    • ODE TO MIRTH.
    • ODE TO SLEEP.
    • ODE TO LEVEN WATER.
    • ODE TO BLUE-EYED ANN.
    • ODE TO INDEPENDENCE.
    • SONG.
    • SONG.
    • END OF SMOLLETT'S POEMS.
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