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4 The imperial epistle from Kien Long, emperor of China, to George
the third, in the year 1794. Translated into English verse from the
original Chinese poetry ; with notes. London. 5 Peter Pindar's additional works. London, 1795.
6 The mæviad ; by the author of " The baviad.” London, 1795. 762 1 The monopolist; or the installation of Sir John Barleycorn. A poeti
cal tale, addressed to servant maids. Bath, 1795. 2 Anna Seward's Llangollen vale; with other poems. London, 1796. 3 Lenore, a tale ; from the German of Gottfreid Augustus Bürger, by
Henry James Pye. London, 1796. 4 Robert Merry's poem, entitled, “ The pains of memory." London,
1796. 787 1 Pindar's one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six ; a satire. Lon.
don, 1797. 2 Pindar's ode to the livery of London ; an ode to Sir Joseph Banks,
and a Jeremi-ad to George Rose, Esq. London, 1797. 3 Colman's night-gown and slippers; or tales in verse. Lond. 1797. 5 The chase, and William and Helen; two ballads, from the German of
Gottfried Augustus Bürger. Edinburgh, 1796. 800 1 Gisborne's vales of Wever, a loco-descriptive poem. London, 1797.
2 Henry James Pye's naucratia ; or naval dominion; a poem. Loo.
don, 1798. 3 The grove ; a satire. With notes, including anecdotes of the king,
&c. By the author of the pursuits of literature. 2d edit. Lod
5 Alexander Thomson's paradise of taste, a poem. London, 1796. 804 1 The group; or an elegant representation illustrated. A satirical
poem. By a native of Philadelphia. Gift of Michael Keppele. 6 Nisbit's poem, entitied, “ 'The source of virtue." Saint Christopher'sy
1790. Gift of the author. 836 1 Mrs. West's elegy on the death of Edmund Burke. London, 1797. 859 1 M. G. Lewis's poem, entitled, “ The love of gain." Lond. 1799.
2 Joseph Cottle’s Malvern hills ; a poem. London, 1798.
invasion. To which are added, l'rance, an ode ; and frost at mid
night. London, 1798. 4 The gardens, a poem. Translated from the French of the Abbé De
Lille. London, 1798. 5 Maurice's Grove-bill, a descriptive poem ; with plates. To which is
added, an ode to Mithra. London, 1799.
6 Bowles's St. Michael's mount, a poem. Salisbury, 1798. 890 2 Gifford's epistle to Peter Pindar. 3d edit. with additions. London,
3 Bardomachia poema macoronico Latinum. Londini, 1800. 899 1 Mrs. Cowley's siege of Acre ; an epic poem, in six books. London,
1801. 2 Persian lyrics, or scattered poems, from the Diwan i-hahz; with
paraphrases in verse and prose, &c. London, 1800. 922 1 Bowles' sorrows of Switzerland; a poem. London, 1801.
922 3 Bread ; or, the poor. A poem. With notes. By Mr. Pratt. Lon
don, 1801. 977 3 Mrs. Opie's elegy to the memory of the late duke of Bedford. Log
don, 1802. 4. Peter Pindar's island of innocence; a poetical epistie. Lond. 1802. 5 The genius of France ; or, the consular vision. A poem, with notes.
6 Jacobinism ; a poem. London, 1801. 983 i Rev. Henry Moore's poems, lyrical and miscellaneous. Lond. 1803.
2 Peter Pindar's horrors of bribery ; a penitential epistle. Lond. 1802. 1011 I D’Israeli's narrative poems. London, 1803. 1097 R. P. Knight's landscape, a didactic poem in three books, addressed to
Uvedale Price, Esq. London, 1794. 1278 Extracts in manuscript. 1308 A collection of sermons. 4344 A collection of sermons. 2597 1 Walter Scott's lay of the last minstrel; a poem. With notes. Lon
don, 1805. 2 Spencer's year of sorrow. Written in the spring of 1803. Lon
don, 1804. 4 Robert Bloomfield's good tidings; or news from the farm. A poem.
1 The ship-wreck, a poem. By a sailor. London, 1764.
a legendary tale. By Hannah More. Philadelphia, 1774. - 1 150 10 The fair thinker; or reason asserted; in a dissection of bigotry and
devotion; a satire. London, 1740. 1280 Sir Eldred of the bower; and the bleeding rock, two legendary tales.
by Hannah More. 2d edit. London, 1778, 4 Homer's hymn to Ceres. Translated into English verse, by Richard
Hole. Exeter, 1781. 1323 5 Edwy, a dramatic poem. London, 1784. 1462 3 Ancient Scottish poems, viz. the Gaberlunzie-man and Christ's kirk
on the green ; with notes and observations, by John Callander. Edin
burgh, 1782. 1525 1 The birth, parentage and education of Praise-god Barebones; with an
election ballad. 2 The disappointment, or the force of credulity, a new American comic
opera. By Andrew Barton. New York, 1767. 1557 1 The patriot muse; or poems on some of the principal events of the
late war; with a poem on the peace. London, 1764. 2 Kawanio che Keeteru ; a true relation of a bloody battle fought be
tween George and Lewis, in the year 1755. 3 An exercise ; containing a dialogue, and an ode on peace. Philadel
4 Gallic perfidy, a poem. · By John Maylem, Boston, 1758.
answered. 1722. 8 Beveridge's familiar epistles, and other miscellaneous pieces. Latin
and English. Philadelphia, 1765. 9 A poem on the rising glory of America. Philadelphia, 1772. 10 The plan of a performance of solemn music, to be sung in the college
of Philadelphia. 1765. 11 Resignation ; in two parts, with a postscript to Mrs. B Phi
ladelphia, 1764. 1573 6 The battle of Bunker's-hill, a dramatic piece; with a military song.
Philadelphia, 1776. 7 The fall of British tyranny; or American liberty triumphant, a tragi
comedy. Philadelphia, 1776. 8 The group, a farce. Philadelphia, 1775. 9 The group, a new farce. Boston, 1775. 10 The present situation of American affairs, a poem. 11 American liberty, a poem. New York, 1775. 19 General Gage's soliloquy. MS. 1775. 13 A voyage to Boston, a poem. New York, 1775. 14 General Gage's confession to his ghostly father-friar Francis. 1775. 16 America invincible, an heroic poem. Danvers, near Boston, 1779. 17 A speech of General Washington on entering the town of Boston after
the British had abandoned it, (in verse.) 1595 1 La Verité, ode à Monsieur de Voltaire. Londres, 1765.
2 Le barbier de Seville, par M. de Beaumarchais. Paris, 1776. 1771 3 M'Fingal, a modern epic poem, in four cantos. Hartford, 1782. 1952 3 Animal magnetism. A ballad. With notes and observations, contain
ing anecdotes of animal magnetisers, ancient as well as modern. By
Valentine Absonus. London, 1791, 1978 2 Group, a farce. Philadelphia, 1775. 2128 4 Courtney's present state of the manners, arts and politics of France
and Italy; in a series of poetical epistles, from Paris, Rome and Naples, in 1792 and 1793; with notes: addressed to Robert Jephson.
2d edit. London, 1794. 2234 2 Hurdis's poem, entitled, “ Tears of affection," occasioned by the death
of a beloved sister. London, 1794. 3 Hurdis's bouquet; a collection of scattered poetical pieces. London,
1794. 4. Academical contributions of original and translated poetry. Cam.
bridge, 1795. 2265 i Dwight's Green-field hill; a poem, in seven parts. New York, 1794. 2266 4 Monarehy ; a parody on the eclogue of Pope. Philadelphia, 1795.
Gift of Samuel Harrison Smith. 4. Markoe's poem, entitled “The times." Philadelphia, 1788. Gift of
2274 4 The patriots of North America ; a sketch. New York, 1775. Gift
of Josiah Hewes. 2275 2 Monsieur de la Crocheterie, ou la nouvelle du sept Décembre mil sept
cent quatre vingt-dix, comédie en un acte et en prose, avec un divertissement, par M. Alexandre Morancy. Cape-Français, 1791. Gift
of the author. 2341 | Influence of local attachment with respect to home. A poem. Lon
don, 1796. 2 John Johnson's trifes in verse. London, 1796. 4 Epistle, in verse, to Dr. Randolph, occasioned by the publication of
the correspondence between the earl and countess of Jersey, and the doctor, upon the subject of some letters belonging to the princess of
Wales. London, 1796. 2395 | Francis's poem on the last day, entitled, “ The conflagration." Phi.
ladelphia, 1787. 8 Markoe's miscellaneous poems. Philadelphia, 1787. 9. Markoe's poem, entitled, “ The times.” Philadelphia, 1788. 10 Markoe's reconciliation ; or the triumph of nature. A comic opera,.
in two acts. Philadelphia, 1790. 11 Markoe's patriot chief. A tragedy in five acts. Philadelphia, 1790. 2497 1 E. H. Smith's Edwin and Angelina; or the banditti. An opera in,
three acts. New York, 1797. 2 Dunlap's André. A tragedy, in five acts. With authentic documents
respecting Major Andre ; consisting of letters to Miss Seward, the
cow-chace, proceedings of the court martial, &c. New York, 1798. 2663 | Dutton's literary census; a satirical poem ; with notes. Containing
strictures on “ The pursuits of literature,” and its anonymous au
thor. London, 1798. 2 Shade of Alexander Pope on the banks of the Thames; a satirical
poem, with notes. By the author of the pursuits of literature. 2d
edit. London, 1799. 3 Arthur Murphy's bees; a poem. From the fourteenth book of Va
niere's prædium rusticum. London, 1799. 4 Cumberland's clouds of Aristophanes; acted at Athens, in the second
year of Olymp. 89. Aminias being Archeon. London. 2691 2 Cupid and Psyche, from the golden ass of Apuleius. 2749 2 The enchanted plants, fables in verse. London, 1800. 2799 and 2800 17 John Blair Linn's poem on the death of Washington. In
imitation of the manner of Ossian. Philadelphia, 1800. 18 Dr. Charles Caldwell's elegiac poem on the death of General Wash
ington. Philadelphia, 1800. 3044 2 Sotheby's poetical epistle to Sir George Beaumont, on the encourage
ment of the British school of painting. London, 1801. 3121 1 Rev. William Beloe's poems and translations. London, 1788.-P.
2 Rev Thomas Fitzgerald's poems on several occasions. Oxford,
1781.-P. 3490 1 John Armstrong's art of preserving health, a poem in four books.
tated, with an appendix. London, 1755.-P.
3490 4 The pipe of tobacco, poems in imitation of six different authors.
594 2 Prior's miscellaneous poems. Dublin, 1739. 715 3 778 1 and 793 1 The Christian, a poem; with notes, a preface in
defence of Christianity, and an address to the people of America. By Charles Crawford. To which are added, his miscellaneous
poems. Philadelphia, 1783. No. 715 and 778, gift of the author. 792 2 M.Fingal, an epic poem. Hartford, 1782.
3 The British prison-ship, a poem ; with a poem on the death of Cap
tain Biddle. Philadelphia, 1781.
3 A poetical epistle to General Washington Philadelphia, 1781.
5 A demonstration of the succession of the first English bishops. 1766. 803 5 Des poemes et vers, en François. 836 1. Advis familiers par un zelateur de la prosperité des païs-bas. Sur
le bruit d'une treve. 1608.
2 Le triomphe de la ligue. A Leyde, 1607. 856 1 Henry and Acasto, a moral tale. By Brian Hill. 3d edit. London
1786. 871 1 The dragon of Wantley, a burlesque opera. London.
2 Mlingal, a modern epic poem. Hartford, 1782. This volume the
sifl of Zachariah Poulson, jun. 873 Pocms on several occasions. English and Latin. By Joseph Addison
Glasgow, 1751. Gift of Zachariah Poulson, jun. 874 1 An essay on man. By Alexander Pope. With his universal prayer.
Philadelphia, 1778. 2 Effusions of female fancy. By a young lady, native of America.
New York, 1784. 4. The lamentations of a sow, on a late thanksgiving-day, at Danbury, in
Connecticut, 1778. This volume che gift of Zachariah Poulson, jun. 375 4 Poems by Hannah More, viz. “ Sensibility ;” and “ Reflections of
king Hezekiah.” Philadelphia, 1785. Gift of Messrs. Young, "
Stewart and M Culloch. 1007 5 A demonstration of the uninterrupted succession and consecration of
English bishops ; being an extract from Mr. Ward's second canto of
his England's reformation." 1033 3 and 1087 i Humphreys's poems. 2d edit. Philadelphia, 1789.
Gift of Matheru Carey. 1036 6 M'Fingal; a modem epic poem. Canto first; or the town meeting.
2 M.Fingal ; a inodern epic poem. In four cantos. Hartford, 1782. 1171 5 Charles Crawford's poetical paraphrase on our Saviour's sermons on
the Mount. Philadelphia, 1796. Gift of the author. 6 Charles Crawford's progress of liberty, a Pindaric ode. Philadelphia,
1796. Gift of the author.