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ALFORD, HENRY. The school of the heart.-The School of the Heart, etc.,
Cambridge, 1835, vol. ii.

DRUMMOND, W. H. The pleasures of benevolence, 1835.

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CAMPBELL, THOMAS. The dead eagle.-Works, 1907, pp. 300-303.

1837 w. 1842 p. WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM. Musings near Aquapendente. - Poetical

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Works, 1896, viii. 42-57.

BOWLES, W. L. St. John in Patmos.-Works, 1855, ii. 143–220.
HERBERT, WILLIAM. Attila, king of the Huns, 12 books, 1838.

Time.-Works, 1842, vol. i. pt. ii. 167–9.

BOWLES, W. L. The ark.-Works, 1855, ii. 315-17.

On the death of Dr. Burgess.-Ib. 320-21.

BAILEY, PHILIP JAMES. Festus, 50th anniversary ed., 1889.

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT. A dream of worlds.-Works, 1854, pp. 607-8.

Luther.-Ib. 173-288.

MOULTRIE, JOHN. The dream of life.- Poems, ed. D. Coleridge, 1876, i. 353-462.

HAWKINS, THOMAS. The wars of Jehovah, in heaven, earth, and hell, 9 books, 1844.-See Quart. Rev., xc. 333, 352-5.

HARRIS, W. R. Napoleon portrayed, an epic poem, 12 cantos, 1845.-See ib. 333, 345-8.

HENRY, JAMES. The Eneis, books i and ii, rendered into blank iambic, 1845. bef.1846 W. WALKER, W. S. Fragment.-Remains, 1852, pp. xlviii-xlix.

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To B. H. Kennedy.-Ib. 41-2.

Judas Maccabeus, in imitation of Milton.-Ib. 94-100.
Horace, i. 22, imitated.-Ib. 157-8.

Written at the close of a college examination.—Ib. 159.

Scene from Aeschylus.-Ib. 167-8.

Fragments from Ennius.-Ib. 169–72.

HERBERT, WILLIAM. The Christian, book i.-Supplement to Works, 1846, pp. 1-33.

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT. Scarborough.-Works, 1854, pp. 581-4.

SEWELL, WILLIAM. The Georgics, literally and rhythmically translated, 1846.-See Quart. Rev., cx. 106–7.1

AIRD, THOMAS. Frank Sylvan.-Poetical Works, 4th ed., Edin., 1863, pp. 17-34.

Monkwood.-Ib. 76-81.

BURGES, GEORGE. The Aias of Sophocles, translated, 1849.

KENNEDY, RANN, and C. R. The works of Virgil, 1849.

BAILEY, PHILIP JAMES. The angel world.-The Angel World, etc., Boston
(U. S. A.), 1850, pp. 1-77.

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT. Wordsworth.-Works, 1854, pp. 588-9.
CLIFFORD, C. C. Prometheus chained [from Aeschylus], Oxford, 1852.
MOIR, D. M. The angler. - Poetical Works, ed. T. Aird, 1852, ii. 352-61.
The tombless man.-Ib. 361–71.

Hymn to the night wind.-Ib. 377-83.

REYNOLDS, S. H. The ruins of Egyptian Thebes, Oxford, 1853.

BAILEY, PHILIP JAMES. The mystic. -The Mystic, etc., 1855, pp. 1-62.

A spiritual legend.-Ib. 63-135.

HENDERSON, THULIA S. Olga, or Russia in the tenth century, 1855. SINGLETON, R. C. The works of Virgil, closely rendered into English rhythm, 2 vols., 1855-9.

1 SEWELL, WILLIAM. Agamemnon, translated literally and rhythmically, 1846; also Odes and epodes of Horace, translated literally and rhythmically, 1850. Not seen; may be in blank verse.

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WRIGHT, I. C. The Iliad, translated, 2 vols., Camb., etc., 1861-5.
KENNEDY, CHARLES RANN. The works of Virgil, 1861.

DERBY, EDWARD STANLEY, Earl of. The Iliad, 2 vols., 1864.

MILMAN, H. H. [Translation from Onomacritus?] -The Agamemnon of
Aeschylus, etc., 1865, pp. 245-7.

MUSGRAVE, GEORGE. The Odyssey, 2 vols., 1865.

PLUMPTRE, E. H. The tragedies of Sophocles, 2 vols., 1865.

SWANWICK, ANNA. The dramas of Aeschylus, 4th ed., 1890.

BICKERSTETH, E. H. Yesterday, to-day, and for ever, 12 books, 4th ed., 1870.

PLUMPTRE, E. H. The tragedies of Aeschylos, 2 vols., 1868.

EDGINTON, G. W. The Odyssey, 2 vols., 1869.-See Westminster Rev.,
new series, xxxvi. 644.

MOON, G. W. Eden.-Eden and other poems, 2d ed., 1869, pp. 1–26.
WITT, E. E. The fifth and ninth books of the Odyssey, 1869.
KING, HENRY. The Metamorphoses of Ovid, Edin., 1871.
RICKARDS, G. K. The Aeneid, books i-vi, Edin., 1871.

RAVENSWORTH, Lord. The Aeneid, books vii-xii [book xi by G. K.
Rickards], Edin., 1872.-See Lond. Quart. Rev., xl. 126–8.

GREEN, W. C. The Iliad, with a verse translation, books i-xii, 1884.
1877-1908 MORSHEAD, E. D. A. [Aeschylus:] The house of Atreus (Agamemnon,
Libation-bearers, and Furies), 2d ed., 1889; The suppliant maidens, the
Persians, the Seven against Thebes, and the Prometheus bound, 1908.
CAMPBELL, LEWIS. Sophocles, the seven plays, 1883.
WHITELAW, ROBERT. Sophocles, translated, 1883.

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MYERS, ERNEST. The judgment of Prometheus.-Gathered Poems, 1904, pp. 3-15.

The Olympic Hermes.-Ib. 41-6.

THORNHILL, W. J. The Aeneid, freely translated, Dublin, 1886.

DE VERE, AUBREY. Death of Copernicus.-Mediaeval Records and Sonnets, 1893, pp. 195–211.

CAMPBELL, LEWIS. Aeschylus, the seven plays, 1890.

BRIDGES, ROBERT. Eden, a dramatic oratorio in three acts, 1891.
RHOADES, JAMES. The Aeneid, books i-vi, 1893.

RIDLEY, EDWARD. The Pharsalia of Lucan, 10 books, 1896.
BAUGHAN, B. E. Reuben.-Reuben, etc., 1903, pp. 9-45.

The two ships.-Ib. 67-70.

BINYON, LAURENCE. The death of Adam.-The Death of Adam, etc., 1904,
pp. 1-25.

BLANE, WILLIAM. Creation.-The Silent Land, etc., 1906, pp. 89-123.
DOUGHTY, CHARLES M. Adam cast forth, 1908.

NOYES, ALFRED. The last of the Titans.-The Golden Hynde, etc., N. Y.,
1908, pp. 54-66.

PHILLIPS, STEPHEN. Armageddon, a modern epic drama, 1915.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY II

POEMS INFLUENCED BY L'ALLEGRO AND
IL PENSEROSO

Baron, Robert. Erotopaignion, or the Cyprian academy, 1648.
HUGHES, JOHN. Horace, book i, ode xxii, in paraphrase.-Poems on Several
Occasions, 1735, i. 113-15.

ADDISON, JOSEPH. An ode for St. Cecilia's day.-Works, Bohn ed.,

534-5.

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A thought in a garden.-Ib. 171-3.

PARNELL, THOMAS. A hymn to contentment.- Poems on Several Occasions, 1722, pp. 158-63.

ROWE, NICHOLAS. Ode for the new year, 1716.

bef.1718 W. PARNELL, THOMAS. Health, an eclogue.-Poems, 1722, pp. 116-21. 1718 HINCHLIFFE, WILLIAM. The seasons.-Collection of Poems, Amorous, Moral, etc., 1718, pp. 37-67.

bef.1720 W. HUGHES, JOHN. The picture.- Poems, 1735, i. 74-6.

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Baker, Henry. An invocation of health, 1723.

1723 W. 1727 p. BROOME, WILLIAM. Melancholy, an ode.- Poems on Several Occasions, 2d ed., 1739, pp. 26-31.

1725 W. 1729 P. THOMSON, JAMES. Hymn on solitude.-Works, ed. Robertson, Oxford, 1908, pp. 429-30.

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DYER, JOHN. The country walk.-Miscellaneous Poems and Translations, ed. Richard Savage, 1726, pp. 48-57.

Grongar hill.-Poems, 1761, pp. 9-16.

HUGHES, JOHN. Supplement to Milton's Il Penseroso.- Poems, 1735, vol. i, p. lviii.

ANON. Il penseroso.-A Miscellany of Poems, ed. J. Husbands, Oxford, 1731, pp. 161-9.

DODSLEY, ROBERT. [Song in] An entertainment for the wedding of Governour Lowther.-The Muse in Livery, 1732, pp. 66, 72.

GREEN, MATTHEW. The grotto.-A Collection of Poems by Several Hands [Dodsley's Miscellany], 1758, v. 159-68.

c. 1733? w. SWIFT, JONATHAN. Ode on science.-Works, ed. Walter Scott, 2d ed., Edin., 1824, xiv. 323-5.

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BROWNE, I. H. Imitation vi.-A Pipe of Tobacco, in Imitation of Six
Several Authors, 1736, pp. 21-3.

L., E. Contentment.-Gent. Mag., vi. 615.

THOMSON, JAMES. "Come, gentle god."-Works, 1908, p. 424.

WEST, RICHARD. View from the thatcht house.-Correspondence of Gray,
Walpole, West, etc., ed. P. Toynbee, Oxford, 1915, i. 191–5.

c. 1738 w. 1742 p. COLLINS, WILLIAM. Oriental eclogues: eclogue the first.-Poems,
ed. W. C. Bronson, Boston (U. S. A.), 1898, pp. 12-13.
AKENSIDE, MARK. Hymn to science. - Poetical Works, Aldine ed.,
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HAMILTON, WILLIAM, of Bangour. Ode i, To fancy.-Poems and Songs, ed.
J. Paterson, Edin., 1850, pp. 47-51.

Ode ii.-Ib. 51-3.

On the new year MDCCXXXIX.-Ib. 58-60.

c. 1739 w. 1747 p. HAMILTON, WILLIAM, of Bangour. Contemplation, or the triumph of love.-Ib. 34-47.

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JENNENS, CHARLES. Il moderato.-Georg Friedrich Händel's Werke,
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BROOKE, HENRY. Constantia, or the Man of Law's Tale.-George Ogle's
Canterbury Tales of Chaucer Modernis'd, 1741, ii. 104-195.

WEST, RICHARD. Ode [to May].-Mason's Memoirs of Gray (prefixed to
Gray's Poems, York, 1775), pp. 147-8.

1742 w. 1753 p. GRAY, THOMAS. Hymn to adversity.-English Poems, ed. D. C. Tovey, Camb., 1898, pp. 8-9.

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MALLET, DAVID. A fragment.-Works, new ed., 1759, i. 49–53.

BLACKSTONE, Sir WILLIAM. The lawyer's farewel to his muse. - Dodsley's
Miscellany, 1755, iv. 228-32.

1744 w. 1748 p. MASON, WILLIAM. Il pacifico.-Works, 1811, i. 166–71.

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Il bellicoso.-Ib. 158-65.

bef.1745 W. WARTON, THOMAS (the elder). Retirement.- Poems, 1748, pp. 13–16. An ode, written in a grotto.-Ib. 115-18.

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Ode to sleep.-Ib. 162–6.

AKENSIDE, MARK. Ode vi, Hymn to cheerfulness.-Works, 1835, pp. 157-62.

ANON. Ode to May.-Lond. Mag., xiv. 252.

DAVIES, SNEYD. To the spring. -John Whaley's Collection of Poems, 1745, pp. 229-32.

DODSLEY, ROBERT. [Two airs in] Rex et pontifex.-Trifles, 1745, p. 12. c.1745? w. CHAPONE, HESTER M. To health. -Works, 1807, iv. 152-4.

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COWPER, WILLIAM, M.D. Il penseroso, an evening's contemplation in St.
John's churchyard, Chester, 1767.

ANON. A hymn to liberty, 1746.

ANON. Ode, occasion'd by his royal highness's victory.-Gent. Mag., xvi.
267.

ANON. To superstition, an ode.-The Museum, or Literary and Historical
Register [Dodsley's Museum], 1746, i. 55-6.

ANON. Ode to pleasure.-Ib. ii. 50-51.

COLLINS, WILLIAM. Ode to fear.-Poems, 1898, pp. 36–9.

Ode on the poetical character.-Ib. 41-3.

The manners, an ode.-Ib. 56-8.

COOPER, J. G. The estimate of life, in three parts: i, Melpomene [the
melancholy]; ii, Calliope [the cheerful]; iii, Terpsichore [the moderate].-
Dodsley's Museum, 1746, i. 372–9.

HOADLY, BENJAMIN. The trophy, cantata vi: The religious.- Dodsley's
Miscellany, 1748, iii. 264–5.

WARTON, JOSEPH. Ode i, To fancy.-Odes on Various Subjects, 1746, pp.

5-11.

Ode iii, To health.-Ib. 16-18.

Ode iv, To superstition.-Ib. 19–21.

Ode vi, Against despair.-Ib. 26–9.

Ode xi, To a lady who hates the country.-Ib. 38-40.
Ode xii, On the death of [his father].-Ib. 41-3.

Ode xiv, To solitude.-Ib. 46–7.

"PHILO." Ode to hope.-Gent. Mag., xvii. 536.

ANON. Advice to Mr. L-n, the dwarf fan-painter, 1748.
"CRAFTSMAN." Hymn to May.-Gent. Mag., xviii. 229.

FRANK, J. "Daughter of Him, at whose command."-Gratulatio Acad.
Cantab. de Reditu... Georgii II post Pacem ... Restitutam, Camb.,
1748, Ee, verso.

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MASERES, F. "Janus, shut thy brazen gate.”—Ib. V, verso.
OTWAY, FRANCIS?]. "Come hither, all ye fair and gay."-Ib. Q, verso.
P., Rev.Mr. L'amoroso, in imitation of Milton's L'Allegro. - Poetical
Calendar, ed. Fawkes and Woty, 1763, vii. 100-105.

ANON. Epithalamic ode for music.-Scots Mag., xi. 494.

A., S. Ode to piety.-The Student, or Oxford and Cambridge Monthly
Miscellany, Oxford, 1750, i. 31-2.

ANON. To fancy.-Ib. 113-14.

ANON. Ode to taste.-Four Odes, 1750, pp. 17-32.

COVENTRY, FRANCIS. Penshurst.-Dodsley's Miscellany, 1755, iv. 50-61. 1750 W. 1777 p. WARTON, THOMAS (the younger). Ode vii, Sent to a friend on his leaving a favourite village. -Works, ed. Mant, Oxford, 1802, i. 156–67. c. 1750 W. MACPHERSON, JAMES. Death.-Poems of Ossian, Edin., 1805, ii. 443-61. "CHIMAERICUS OXONIENSIS." Ode to horror.-The Student, ii. 313-15. ANON. Another [ode].- Escapes of a Poetical Genius, 1752, pp. 19-20. ANON. Contemplation.-Lond. Mag., xxi. 188, 233-4, 283-4. ANON. Ode.-Ib. 332.

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H., Mr. Ode to fancy.-Ib. 377-8.

SMART, CHRISTOPHER. The introduction: being two odes, the former on good-nature, the latter against ill-nature.- Poems on Several Occasions, 1752, pp. 1-6.

Idleness: ode vii.-Ib. 19-20.

KEATE, GEORGE. A pastoral ode to echo.-Poetical Works, 1781, i. 53–5.
ANON. Ode to health. -Scots Mag., xv. 76.

ANON. A hymn to contentment, in imitation of Gray's Hymn to Adversity.
-Ib. 518.

ANON. Rus: an imitation of Milton's measure in L'Allegro and Il Penseroso.
-Lond. Mag., xxii. 571-2.

WARTON, THOMAS (the younger). Ode xi, On the approach of summer.-
Works, 1802, ii. 1-37.

WERGE, JOHN. Rural happiness.-Collection of Poems, Stamford, 1753,
pp. 21-2.

BLACKLOCK, THOMAS. To health, an ode.-Poems, 3d ed., 1756, pp. 73-4.
BOWDEN, SAMUEL. Ode to echo. - Poems, Bath, 1754, pp. 42-3.
MILLER, JOHN. To Mira.- Poems on Several Occasions, 1754, pp. 49-50.
Ode composed for the Sober Society.-Ib. 139-44.

ANON. St. Mungo's in Glasgow.-Scots Mag., xvii. 195.
B-LL-E, Dr. Hymn to contentment. Collection of Original Poems,
by Samuel Derrick, 1755, pp. 180-81.

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FARMER, RICHARD. "Haste, young-eyed May!"-Carmina ad Nobilissimum Thomam Holles, Camb., 1755, pp. 27-8.

GRAINGER, JAMES. Solitude, an ode. - Dodsley's Miscellany, 1755, iv.
233-43.

HALL-STEVENSON, JOHN. Hymn to Miss Laurence in the pump-room at
Bath, 1755.

KIDDELL, H. The genius of Milton, an invocation.—Gent. Mag., xxv. 518.
MARRIOTT, Sir JAMES. Ode to fancy.-Dodsley's Miscellany, 1755, iv.
294-300.

MERRICK, JAMES. Ode to fancy.-Ib. 185-9.

ANON. Epistles to Lorenzo, 1756.-See Mo. Rev., xvi. 226–30.
ANON. Ode to melancholy.-Scots Mag., xviii. 75.

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ANON. To peace.-Gent. Mag., xxviii. 329.

ANON. Vacation.-Dodsley's Miscellany, 1758, vi. 148-54.

WOTY, WILLIAM. On musick.-Shrubs of Parnassus, 1760, pp. 138-41.
ANON. Ode to sleep.-Scots Mag., xx. 419-20.

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