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The Rolliad, in Two Parts Probationary Odes for the Laureatship & Political Eclogues

By Richard Tickell, French Laurence, Joseph Richardson, George Ellis
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  • THE ROLLIAD, IN TWO PARTS; PROBATIONARY ODES FOR THE LAUREATSHIP; AND POLITICAL ECLOGUES: WITH CRITICISMS AND ILLUSTRATIONS. REVISED, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED BY THE ORIGINAL AUTHORS.
  • CONTENTS.
  • ADVERTISEMENT TO THE FOURTH EDITION.
  • ADVERTISEMENT.
  • EXPLANATION OF THE FRONTISPIECE AND TITLE-PAGE.
    • MAY IT PLEASE YOUR HONOUR,
  • EXTRACT FROM THE DEDICATION OF THE ROLLIAD. AN EPIC POEM, IN TWELVE BOOKS.
  • CRITICISMS ON THE ROLLIAD.
    • END OF PART THE FIRST.
  • CRITICISMS ON THE ROLLIAD.
    • PART THE SECOND
  • POLITICAL ECLOGUES.
    • ROSE; OR, THE COMPLAINT.
      • IMITATONS.
      • NOTES.
    • IMITATONS.
    • NOTES.
  • PROBATIONARY ODES FOR THE LAUREATSHIP: WITH A PRELIMINARY DISCOURSE, BY SIR JOHN HAWKINS, KNT.
  • PRELIMINARY DISCOURSE, BY THE EDITOR.
    • THOUGHTS ON ODE WRITING.
  • RECOMMENDATORY TESTIMONIES.
    • MISS HANNAH MORE.
  • A FULL AND TRUE ACCOUNT OF THE REV. THOMAS WARTON’S ASCENSION FROM CHRIST-CHURCH MEADOW, OXFORD,
  • LAUREAT ELECTION.
  • NUMBER I.
  • NUMBER II.
    • STROPHE.
  • NUMBER III.
    • STROPHE.
      • CHORUS.
      • ANTISTROPHE.
      • RECITATIVE.
      • TRIO.
    • CHORUS.
    • ANTISTROPHE.
    • RECITATIVE.
    • TRIO.
  • NUMBER IV.
    • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
    • III.
    • IV.
  • NUMBER V.
  • NUMBER VI.
    • MY LORD,
  • THE SONG OF SCRUTINA,
  • NUMBER VII.
    • IRREGULAR ODE,
  • NUMBER VIII.
  • NUMBER IX.
  • NUMBER X.
  • NUMBER XI.
  • NUMBER XII.
  • NUMBER XIII.
  • NUMBER XIV.
  • NUMBER XV.
  • NUMBER XVI.
  • NUMBER XVII.
  • NUMBER XVIII.
  • NUMBER XIX.
  • NUMBER XX.
  • NUMBER XXI.
    • IMITATIONS OF MYSELF.
  • NUMBER XXII.
  • PROCLAMATION.
  • TABLE OF INSTRUCTIONS
  • POLITICAL MISCELLANIES;
  • TO THE PUBLIC.
  • POLITICAL MISCELLANIES.
    • ODE ODE
  • THE STATESMEN:
  • RONDEAU.
    • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
  • EPIGRAMS
    • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER[2].
      • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
      • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER[2].
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
  • THE DELAVALIAD.
  • THIS IS THE HOUSE THAT GEORGE[1] BUILT.
  • EPIGRAMS,
  • LORD GRAHAM’S DIARY,
  • EXTRACTS
  • ANECDOTES OF MR. PITT.
  • LETTER FROM A NEW MEMBER TO HIS FRIEND IN THE COUNTRY.
    • MY DEAR SIR,
  • THE POLITICAL RECEIPT BOOK, FOR THE YEAR 1784.
    • HOW TO MAKE A PREMIER.
      • HOW TO MAKE A SECRETARY OF STATE.
      • HOW TO MAKE A PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL.
      • HOW TO MAKE A CHANCELLOR.
      • HOW TO MAKE A MASTER OF THE ORDNANCE.
      • HOW TO MAKE A TREASURER OF THE NAVY.
      • HOW TO MAKE A LORD OF THE TREASURY.
      • HOW TO MAKE A SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
      • HOW TO MAKE A SECRETARY-AT-WAR.
      • HOW TO MAKE AN ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
      • HOW TO MAKE A WARDROBE-KEEPER, OR PRIVY-PURSE.
      • HOW TO MAKE A SURVEYOR-GENERAL OF THE ORDNANCE.
      • HOW TO MAKE A PEER.
      • HOW TO MAKE SECRET INFLUENCE.
    • HOW TO MAKE A SECRETARY OF STATE.
    • HOW TO MAKE A PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL.
    • HOW TO MAKE A CHANCELLOR.
    • HOW TO MAKE A MASTER OF THE ORDNANCE.
    • HOW TO MAKE A TREASURER OF THE NAVY.
    • HOW TO MAKE A LORD OF THE TREASURY.
    • HOW TO MAKE A SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
    • HOW TO MAKE A SECRETARY-AT-WAR.
    • HOW TO MAKE AN ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
    • HOW TO MAKE A WARDROBE-KEEPER, OR PRIVY-PURSE.
    • HOW TO MAKE A SURVEYOR-GENERAL OF THE ORDNANCE.
    • HOW TO MAKE A PEER.
    • HOW TO MAKE SECRET INFLUENCE.
  • HINTS FROM DR. PRETTYMAN, THE COMMIS, TO THE PREMIER’S PORTER.
  • A TALE.
    • MORALS.
  • DIALOGUE BETWEEN A CERTAIN PERSONAGE AND HIS MINISTER.
    • I.
      • XXXII.
      • XXXIV.
      • XXXV.
      • XXXVI.
      • XXXVIII.
    • XXXII.
    • XXXIV.
    • XXXV.
    • XXXVI.
    • XXXVIII.
  • FOREIGN EPIGRAMS.
    • III. BY THE SAME.
      • VII. BY THE SAME.
    • VII. BY THE SAME.
  • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
  • VIVE LE SCRUTINY.
    • CROSS GOSPEL THE FIRST.
  • VIVE LE SCRUTINY.
    • CROSS GOSPEL THE SECOND.
  • PARAGRAPH-OFFICE, IVY-LANE.
  • PITT AND PINETTI. A PARALLEL.
  • NEW ABSTRACT OF THE BUDGET, FOR 1784.
  • THEATRICAL INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY.
  • THE WESTMINSTER GUIDE.
    • PART I.
      • ADDRESSED TO MR. ANSTY.
      • END OF THE FIRST PART
    • ADDRESSED TO MR. ANSTY.
    • END OF THE FIRST PART
  • PART II.
    • ADDRESSED TO MR. HAYLEY.
  • INSCRIPTION
  • EPIGRAM.
  • A NEW BALLAD, ENTITLED AND CALLED BILLY EDEN, OR, THE RENEGADO SCOUT.
  • EPIGRAMS.
  • PROCLAMATION.
    • TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS MAY COME.
  • ORIGINAL LETTER.
  • A CONGRATULATORY ODE,
  • SONG.
  • A NEW SONG, ENTITLED MASTER BILLY’S BUDGET; OR, A TOUCH ON THE TIMES.
  • EPIGRAM.
    • ANOTHER.
  • MINISTERIAL UNDOUBTED FACTS.
  • JOURNAL OF THE RIGHT HON. HENRY DUNDAS.
  • INCANTATION,
  • TRANSLATIONS
    • FINIS.
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