The Sordid Citizen of the World. By the Rev. R. Polwhele. 192
Lines, left in a Romantic Summer House, built on the Banks
of a beautiful little River in South Wales..
The Mountebank. From the French of St. Gelais. By Mr.
Odd Effects of Absence. By the Rev. R. Polwhele...
The Tear of Compassion. By Mr. James Irving .....
The Tear of Forgiveness. By the same........
Epitaph, written for Colonel R. Brooke. By Eyles Irwin, Esq.. 198
Song. Mary's Eyes......
Flora. By the Rev. R. Polwhele......
Stanzas, written at the Devil's Bridge, Cardiganshire; on the
story of the Robber, who formerly lived in a Cave under
the principal Fall of the Mynach.....
Epigram, on a painted Woman. From the French of Brebeuf.
By Mr. Davenport......
The Power of Animation.
Lucan's Pharsalia. The Invocation containing the First Sixty-
six Verses. Translated by A. S. Thelwall, Esq...... 204
Epitaph, on John Abbot, Esq. many Years the British Consul
at Aleppo, 1784. By Eyles Irwin, Esq....
To a Young Lady, on her Birth Day..
Epigram. From the Greek
I Love thec. By Mr. Bristow.....
To Miss S. In Imitation of Waller's Epigram,“ Such Helen
was.” By Dr. Russel......
Lines, written at Dumfries, on finding that no Monument had
been erected to the Memory of Burns....
Madrigal. From the French of Montreuil. By Mr. Davenport 212
Epitaph, on a faithful old Female Servant. By the Rev. R.
on Dr. Gilbert Pasley. By Eyles Irwin, Esq.. ...... 214
Napoleon's Dream. By Miss Mitford....
Epitaph on St. Pavin. From the French of Fieubet. By Mr.
Address to Lord Wellington. By a Lady