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LIFE OF AKENSIDE, by the Rev. A. Dyce .
Appendix to the Life of Akenside
Advertisement to Mr. Dyson's Edition of Akenside's
THE PLEASURES OF IMAGINATION. In three Books.
Notes on Book I.
TAE PLEASURES OF THE IMAGINATION. On an enlarged
ODES ON SEVERAL SUBJECTS. In two Books.
Book I. Ode I. Preface
II. On the Winter Solstice
Ditto. As originally written
III. To a Friend unsuccessful in Love
IV. Affected Indifference
V. Against Suspicion
VI. Hymn to Cheerfulness
VII. On the Use of Poetry
VII On Leat Holland
IX. To Curio
X. To the Muse
ODES ON SEVERAL SUBJECTS, continued.
Book I. Ode XI. On Love, to a Friend
XII. To Sir Francis Henry Drake, Bars. 311
XIII. On Lyric Poetry
XIV. To the Hon. Charles Townshend 319
XV. To the Evening Star
XVI. To Caleb Hardinge, M.D.
XVII. On a Sermon against Glory
XVIII. To the Earl of Huntingdon
Book II. Ode I. The Remonstrance of Shakespeare 337
II. To Sleep
III. To the Cuckoo
IV. To the Hon. Charles Townshend
V. On Love of Praise
VI. To William Hall, Esq. .
VII. To the Bishop of Winchester
IX. At Study
X. To Thomas Edwards, Esq.
XI. To the Country Gentlemen of England 364
XII. On recovering from a Fit of Sickness 371
XIII. To the Author of Memoirs of the
House of Brandenburgh
XIV. The Complaint
XV. On Domestic Manners.
Notes on the Two Books of Odes.
Hymn to the Naiads
Notes on the Hyınn to the Naiads.
An Epistle to Curio
The Virtuoso .
Ambition and Content. A Fable.
The Poet. A Rhapsody
A British Philippic .
Hymn to Science
Love, an Elegy
Additional Notes to the Miscellaneous Poems
MEMOIR of Beattie, by the Rev. Alexander Dyce
The Minstrel; or, the Progress of Genius, Book I.
The Minstrel; or, the Progress of Genius, Book II.
Elegy: written in the year 1758 .
Ode to Hope
Ode on Lord Hay's Birthday .
The Battle of the Pigmies and Cranes, from the Pyg-
mæogerano-machia of Addison
The Hares, a Fable
Epitaph: being part of an Inscription designed for a
Monument erected by a Gentleman to the Memory of
PIECES REJECTED BY THE AUTHOR FROM THE LATER
EDITIONS OF HIS POEMS.
The Judgment of Paris .
Ode to Peace
The Triumph of Melancholy
The Wolf and Shepherds
On the Report of a Monument to be erected in West-
minster Abbey, to the Memory of a late Author 145
Song, in Imitation of Shakspeare's • Blow, Blow, thou
winter wind'. ..
Epitaph on two young Men of the name of Leitch, who
were drowned in crossing the River Southesk, 1757, 154
Epitaph, intended for himself
Verses written by Mr. Blacklock, on a blank leaf of his
Poems, sent to the Author .
An Epistle to the Rev. Mr. Thomas Blacklock.
To the Rt. Hon. Lady Charlotte Gordon, dressed in a
Tartan Scotch Bonnet, with Plumes
Anacreon, Ode XXII.
The beginning of the First Book of Lucretius
Horace, Book II. Ode X.
Book III. Ode XIII..,
Virgil, Pastoral I.
VI. VII. VIII. IX.
Epitaph for a Sheriff's Messenger: written and pub-
lished at the particular desire of the Person for whom
it is intended
To Mr. Alexander Ross, at Lochlee, Author of The
Fortunate Shepherdess,' and other Poems in the
broad Scotch Dialect .
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