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A Description of the Grotto of Antiparos Page 29
A Review of a Philofophical Enquiry into the Ori
gin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful
Fragment of a Copy of Verfes to Lord March and
Lord George, Sons of his Grace the Duke of
Rd, on their dangerously falling through
the Ice at Godwood: Illuftrated with Notes Va-
riorum by Martin Scribbler, jun. Suppofed to
be written by B. Thornton, Efq.
An Inspector, Number 66666. By the fame
History of the most amazing and fagacious English
The Life of Thomas Parnell, D.D. Archdeacon
The State of the General Infirmary at Leicester.
Elegy to a Lady who wished not to hear the Toll of
a Bell on the Evening of the late Princess Dowa-
ger's Funeral. By J. Craddock, Efq.
An Author to be Let. Being a Propofal humbly
addreffed to the Confideration of the Knights,
Efquires, Gentlemen, and other worshipful and
weighty Members of the solid and ancient Society
of the Bathos. By their Affociate and Well-
Of Public Spirit, in regard to Public Works: A
Poem, to his Royal Highness Frederick Prince of
Wales. By Richard Savage, Efq.
The Playhouse: A Satire. By Mr. A. D-n
The Tears of Genius. An Ode, to the Memory
Preface to a Dictionary of Commerce
To Dr. Goldsmith on the Succefs of his Comedy
Prologue to the revived Tragedy of Timoleon,
spoken by Mr. Reddish, at Drury-Lane Theatre,
Prologue to the Provoked Husband, spoken laft
Christmas at Cafhiobury, the Seat of the Earl of