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DVICE to a young Lady, by the late Anna Seward
Sacrifice of Psyche: from Psyche, or the Legend of Love, by
A Trio, by Dr. Drennan
Epigram, by. R. A. Davenport, Esq.
Propertius, Lib. I. El. VII., by the late W. Preston, Esq...
El. XI, by the same.
Omnia Vincit Amor. A Glee
To J- C who said “ I care not what the crowd may
think,” by Dr. Drennan
Inscription for an Autumnal Bouquet of Field Flowers and
Corn, by T. Park, Esq.
The War Song of Prussia...
To a Titled Destroyer, by R. A. Davenport
Answer to an indelicate Valentine
Epistle from a Scottish Emigrant, settled in America, to his
Friend in Scotland, by A. Balfour, Esq.......
Venus's Will, from the French of Roussean, by R. A. Daven-
To a Lady...core
Reflections on the Adage “ 'twill be all one a hundred Years
Cat's Paw, an antient historical Ballad, by the Rev. Moses
Epitaph on Colbert, from the French, by R. A. Davenport.. 41
Lakelands: a Poem, by William Webbe, Esq...
A familiar Epistle to F***** L*******, Esq.
The Dexterous Evasion..
Blindness : a Poem, by the late Anne Seward....
Maria ; or the Mother's Dirge, by William Carey, Esq. 59
Dirge the first
To a Lady, sent with Hammond's Elegies
Epigram, to a dull Story-teller, by R. A. Davenport.... 65
Ruins of Athens, by the Rev. Henry Boyd, Translator of
To Mrs. F*******, by R. A. Davenport
Imitation of the first Pythian of Pindar, (Fragment), by Leigh
Epigram, from the French of Gombauld, by R. A. Davenport 101
Hymn to the CIVth Psalm Tune, by T. Park, Esq.
Verses, addressed 10 a Lady of Quality, by R. Carlyle 103
Metrical Report of a Medical Conversation
Bacchanalian Ode, from the French of Racan, by R. A. Da-
Ode; Imitation of Horace, Book II. Od. 16..... ........ 109
To the Memory of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox.. 111
To on her Birth Day, Jan. --, 1807
To Mrs. T, on reading her beautiful Poem of Psyche, or
thie Legend of Love...
Epigram, from the Latin of Owen
by R. A. Davenport
Faith and Affection
Stanzas, written in the Chapel of Roslin
Lines to Miss Stewart, occasioned by reading an Ode to
Dr. Percy, Bishop of Dromore, by the late W. Preston,
Epigratu, on a tall young Lady
Stanzas, from the Italian
Juvenal, 8th Satire imitated, by Dr. Drennan
To Miss E. M. with some Guitar Music, by the same
Stanzas written in a Volume of Memorials sacred to Friend.
ship, belonging to Robert Bourne, Esq. cf Dublin... 135
Lines to S. S. with Kotzebue's Plays, by Dr. Drennan 137
Moderate Wishes *
Emily, imitated from an Irish Sonnet, by Francis Skurray,
Stanzas to the Memory of Mr. Bourne, by Mr. D. Carey.... 142
Epigram on Madame La Valliere, from the French
Caledonia, an Ode
Impromptu, to a Lady singing and playing on the Harp .... 150
Elegy, to the Memory of Lady Eden, by Mrs. Cockle 152
The Incantation, by Wm. Carey, Esq.....
A Town Scene, by Theophilus Swift, Esq...
Epitaph on Mr. Campbell, by Dr. Drennan
To a Physician, from the French of De Cailly by R. A. Då.
Lines to Mrs. Preston, on the new Year, by the late W. Pres-
The Wish: to Henry
On going to Oxford
Sonnet, by John Leyden, M. D.
to the Yew, by the same.....
written on the breaking out of the War between Aus-
tria and France, by R. A. Davenport
on the Fall of Saragossa, by the same
to France, by the same
Sonnet, on leaving Tours
to the River Stour
on reading “ Sickness," an Elegy, by the late Mr.
Headley, Editor of the Beauties of Ancient English
Poetry, by T. Park, Esq....
on revisiting alone, by R. A. Davenport...... 177
to a Friend, on revisiting alone, by the same.. 178
to a Friend, A. B., and Candidate for a Fellowship •• 179
to a Gardener, by R. A. Davenport
to the Lyre of Cowper
by R. A. Davenport
to Lord Cochrane, by the same ...
A Dream, by Mr. Mc Lachlan.
Ode to my Friend
on her telling me I had grown cross.
Inscription for a Seat, by Robert Anderson.
Epigram, by R. A. Davenport....
Sweet Joy, sweet Sorrow, by W. Carey, Esq.
Epigram, by R. A. Davenport..
Ode on the Thanksgiving for the Victory of the Nile, by the
Rev. Wm. Clubbe.
Iinitation of Horace, Book I. Ode xxxVIJI...
of Anacreon, Ode ix.
On Betsy weeping....
To a Lady, from the French of Desportes
Madrigal, from the French of La Sabliere..
A Rural Coronation, by the late Miss Seward
Lines on Mr. Mundy's Needwood Forest, by Erasmus Darwin,