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BRAMSTON, JAMES. The crooked sixpence, 1743.
1743 w. 1778 p. BROOKE, HENRY. Conrade.-Poetical Works, 3d ed., Dublin, 1792,
AKENSIDE, MARK. The pleasures of imagination, 3 books, 1744.
ANON. Wrote at Ocriculum in Italy. - John Wesley's Collection of Moral and Sacred Poems, Bristol, 1744, ii. 191-3.
ARMSTRONG, JOHN. The art of preserving health, 1744.
PRICE, HENRY. On the loss of the victory.-Lond. Mag., xiii. 565. 1744? w. DAVIES, SNEYD. To N. Hardinge.-Nichols's Illustrations, 1817, i. 647–50. bef.1745 W. WARTON, THOMAS (the elder). To Baptista Turriano, from Fracastorius.
-Poems on Several Occasions, 1748, pp. 76-91.
The song of Judith.-Ib. 122-7.
A paraphrase on the xiiith chapter of Isaiah.-Ib. 209-12.
ANON. The Sunday-peasant, Dublin, 1745.
COOPER, JOHN GILBERT. The power of harmony, 2 books.-Poems on
Several Subjects, 1764, pp. 79-120.
DAVIES, SNEYD. To C[harles] P[ratt], Esq.-J. Whaley's Collection, 1745, pp. 236-9.
A night thought.—Ib. 240–41.
To the Rev. Timothy] T[homas], D.D.—Ib. 328–35.
HOBSON, THOMAS. Christianity, the light of the moral world, 1745.
WARTON, THOMAS (the younger).? Five pastoral eclogues, 1745.
YOUNG, EDWARD. Reflections on the public situation of the kingdom.—
c. 1745 W. CUMBERLAND, RICHARD. [Translation from Virgil's third Georgic.]—
Memoirs, 1807, i. 83–7.
ANON. A Bacchanalian rhapsody.-The Museum, or Literary and His
torical Register [Dodsley's Museum], 1746, i. 336–9.
ANON. Advice to the fair sex.-Ib. ii. 223-4.
ANON. The nocturnal excursion of fancy.-Gent. Mag., xvi. 102-3.
"TOM SOBER." Small-beer.-Ib. 553.
1746 w. 1758 p. AKENSIDE, MARK. Hymn to the naiads.-Works, 1835, pp. 239–56.
MALLET, DAVID. Amyntor and Theodora, or the hermit, 3 cantos, 1747.
S., G. Description of paradise, from Masenius.-Gent. Mag., xvii. 242.
Universal praise.-Ib. 45-50.
WARTON, THOMAS (the younger). The pleasures of melancholy.-Poetical
ANON. An inscription. - Dodsley's Miscellany, 1748, iii. 202.
ANON. Marriage.-Scots. Mag., x. 78–82.
ANON. The td. Gent. Mag., xviii. 135.
ANON. Verses from the Jacobite Journal.-Ib. 135.
HAMILTON, WILLIAM, of Bangour. The flowers. -Poems and Songs, ed.
ANON. War, a poem in blank verse, 1745. Not seen.
• Thompson later removed two long passages from this work and printed them, as Coresus and Callirhoe
and On Mr. Pope's Works, in his Poems on Several Occasions, Oxford, 1757, i. 85-102, 122–31.
SHIELLS, ROBERT. Marriage, 1748.
TAPERELL, JOHN. Revenge.-Poems on Several Occasions, 2d ed., 1750, pp. 71-6.
1748 w. 1803 p. COWPER, WILLIAM. Verses on finding the heel of a shoe.- Poems,
ed. J. C. Bailey, 1905, pp. 1-2.
ANON. A hymn to the Author of the new year.-Scots Mag., xi. 20.
ANON. Adam banish'd [translation of Grotius's Adamus Exul, act i].—
BROWNE, MOSES. Sunday thoughts.-See R. Freeman's Kentish Poets,
HAWKESWORTH, JOHN. God is love.-Gent. Mag., xix. 467.
To a friend on his marriage.-Ib. 134-6.
HAMILTON, WILLIAM, of Bangour. Speech of Randolph [book ii of his MS. poem The Bruce].-Ib. 105-11.
L., H. Paraphrase of the first psalm.-Univ. Mag., iii. 223.
LEAPOR, MARY. The fields of melancholy and chearfulness. - Poems upon
"A SCHOLAR OF WINCHESTER SCHOOL." Poverty, in imitation of Mr.
ROLT, RICHARD. Cambria, 3 books, 2d ed., 1749.
A poem to Sir W. W. Wynne, 1749.
WILKS, Rev. Mr. The departure of a Christian; in Miltonic verse. -New-
ANON. The empty purse, a poem in Miltonics, 1750.
FREE, JOHN. Stigand, or the Antigallican, in Miltonic verse, 1750.
A morning-thought.-Ib. 148-50.
The distress and relief.-Ib. 153-6.
An elegiac poem, to Isaac Watts.—Ib. 173–98.
Psalm xxix.-Ib. 218-21.
The plague of locusts: Joel, chap. ii.-Ib. 234-7.
On the earthquake.-Ib. 238-41.
"PHILALETHES." Pandaemonium, inscrib'd to William Lauder, 1750. SMART, CHRISTOPHER. On the eternity of the Supreme Being.-Cambridge
Prize Poems, 1750-1806, Camb. 1817, i. 1-7.
WARTON, THOMAS (the younger). A panegyric on Oxford ale.-Works, 1802, ii. 181-8.
ARNOLD, CORNELIUS. Distress.-Poems on Several Occasions, 1757, pp.
c. 1750 W. BROWN, JOHN, D. D. Fragment of a rhapsody, written at the lakes in Westmoreland.-Richard Cumberland's Odes, 1776, p. 5.
c. 1750 w. 1760 p. HAMILTON, WILLIAM, of Bangour. The parting of Hector and Andromache, from the Iliad.-Poems and Songs, 1850, pp. 165-7. First scene of the Philoctetes of Sophocles.-Ib. 171-2. ANON. Il meditante.-Lond. Mag., xx. 603-4, xxi. 84–5. ANON. Wisdom, 1751.
ARNOLD, CORNELIUS. Commerce, 1751.
"CLERICUS." The song of Deborah paraphrased.-The Student, Oxford,
1751, ii. 33-7.
DODD, WILLIAM. A day in vacation at college, a burlesque, 1751.
1751 W. 17521
1753 1753 W.
DRAPER, W. H. The morning walk, 1751.
* PARSONS, PHIL. "Pensive and sad beneath the secret shade."-Academiae
HINCHLIFFE, JOHN. "If e'er the Muse could paint excess of woe.”-
CARTER, GILBERT. "Enthron'd imperial on her gilded carr."-Ib. Cc,
SHARP, J. "Why doth Britannia, clad in sable weed."-Ib. L12, verso.
STEPHENS, EDWARD. A poem on a violent storm, 1751.
STORMONT, DAVID, Lord Viscount. On Prince Frederick's death.-Nichols's
WHITEHEAD, WILLIAM. Hymn to the nymph of Bristol spring, 1751.
ANON. The noctuary, or an address from the tombs, 1752.
SMART, CHRISTOPHER. On the omniscience of the Supreme Being.-Cambridge Prize Poems, i. 15-22.
The hop-garden, a georgic, 2 books.-Poems on Several Occasions, 1752, pp. 101-35.
DODSLEY, ROBERT. Public virtue, 3 books: i, Agriculture, 3 cantos, 1753.
ANON. Ode on the death of Mr. Pelham, 1754.-See Scots Mag., xvi. 159.
BLACKLOCK, THOMAS. Elegy: To the memory of Constantia.- Poems, 3d
A soliloquy.-Ib. 153-67.
FORTESCUE, JAMES. Pomery-hill, 1754.-See Gent. Mag., xxiv. 245-
MILLER, JOHN. An idea of God, from Racine's Esther.-Poems on Several
On love, a Miltonic essay.-Ib. 208-12.
PHILIPS, JOHN. (?) The fall of Chloe's piss-pot.-Lond. Mag., xxiii. 85-6.
WILLS, JAMES. De arte graphica, or the art of painting, translated from
BALLY, GEORGE. On the justice of the Supreme Being.—Cambridge Prize
DODSLEY, ROBERT. Verses on arrival at the Leasowes. -Shenstone's
*For convenience of reference, the titles in books which have signature letters instead of pagination are arranged as they occur in the volumes, and only the leaf on which the poem begins is indicated.
ANON. Grace, 1752. In blank verse: Mo. Rev., vi. 240. Not seen.
ANON. The vindication, or day-thoughts, occasioned by The Complaint, or Night-thoughts, 1753. In blank verse: ib. ix. 235-6. Not seen.
HARROD, WILLIAM. Sevenoke, 1753. In blank verse: ib. viii. 392. Not seen.
JONES, HENRY. The relief, or day-thoughts, occasioned by The Complaint, or Nightthoughts, 1754: see ib. x. 304. Not seen; may be in blank verse.
EMILY, CHARLES. The praises of Isis.-A Collection of Poems by Several
1771, pp. 19-20.
KEATE, GEORGE. Ancient and modern Rome, 1760.
SMART, CHRISTOPHER. On the goodness of the Supreme Being.-Cambridge
1755 w. 1785 p. LOVIBOND, EDWARD. On Lady Pomfret's presenting the university of Oxford with statues. -Chalmers's English Poets, xvi. 290-1.
c. 1755 W. CUMBERLAND, RICHARD. [Fragment of an epic on India.]-Memoirs, 1807,
ANON. From a clergyman to his friend.-Gent. Mag., xxv. 326.
Clackshugh, in Miltonic verse, 1755.
SCOTT, J. N. An essay towards a translation of Homer, 1755.-See Mo.
COMBERBACH, ROGER. Translation of an ode of Horace.-The Contest, 1755 (?): see Mo. Rev., xiii. 95-9.
[An "eclogue," or letter in verse to John Byrom.]-Byrom's Remains, ed. R. Parkinson, Chetham Soc., 1857, ii. 555-7.
ANON. The old elm in Hurworth, Durham.-Gent. Mag., xxvi. 247-8.
ANON. Sophronia, 5 books, 1756.
AVERAY, ROBERT. Britannia and the gods in council, a dramatic poem,
BALLY, GEORGE. On the wisdom of the Supreme Being.-Cambridge Prize
DRUMMOND, THOMAS. Grotto of Calypso.- Poems Sacred to Religion, etc.,
LEWIS, RICHARD ("PETER POUNCE"). The Robin-Hood society, a satire, 1756.
M., R. The dignity of knowledge.-Literary Magazine, or Universal Review, 1756, pp. 260-61.
REED, JOSEPH. A British philippic, 1756.
KEATE, GEORGE. The Helvetiad.-Poetical Works, 1781, i. 83-124.
ANDREWS, ROBERT. Upon seeing a fair matron at the theatre, an ode.—
Eidyllia, Edin., 1757, PP. 23-4.
Virtue's expostulation with the British poets, an ode.-Ib. 25-6.
To adversity, an ode.-Ib. 26-7.
Philocles, a monody.-Ib. 28-39.
The muses triumphant over Venus.-Ib. 40-45.
To Lord Shaftsbury's ghost, an ode.—Ib. 47.
ANON. Britain, 3 books, Edin., 1757.-See Crit. Rev., iv. 279–80.
CLARKE, EDWARD. A letter to a friend in Italy, etc., 1755. In blank verse: Mo. Rev., xiii. 456. Not seen.
GREENE, JOHN. Beauty, 1756. In blank verse: ib. xiv. 558-9. Not seen.
1758 w. 1758-9
BARNARD, EDWARD. The competitors.- Virtue the Source of Pleasure, 1757, pp. 17-21.
DOBSON, WILLIAM. Anti-Lucretius, [from] Cardinal de Polignac, by the translator of Paradise Lost, 1757.
DYER, JOHN. The fleece, 4 books, 1757.
GLYNN, ROBERT. The day of judgment.-Cambridge Prize Poems, i. 71–82.
"WINDSOR." Upon a Birmingham halpenny.-Gent. Mag., xxvii. 325.
ANON. Isaiah xxiv. - Dodsley's Miscellany, 1758, v. 177-83.
Isaiah xxxv.-Ib. 183-8.
ANON. Reason, 1758.-See Crit. Rev., vi. 171-4.
BALLY, GEORGE. The providence of the Supreme Being.-Cambridge Prize
BUSHE, AMYAS. Socrates, a dramatic poem, 5 acts, 1758.-See Crit. Rev.,
DOBSON, WILLIAM. The Prussian campaign, 1758.-See ib. 81-3.
"Restauratus." Verses in R. Drake's Essay on the Gout, 1758. — See Crit. Rev., vi. 493-4.
WOTY, WILLIAM ("JEMMY COPYWELL"). Soliloquy on the approach of term.-Shrubs of Parnassus, 1760, pp. 14-16.
The spouting-club.-Ib. 87-98.
PYE, Mrs. H. Philanthe.-Poems, 2d ed., 1772, pp. 41-4.
FRANCKLIN, THOMAS. The tragedies of Sophocles, 2 vols., 1758-9.
COOPER, E. Bewdley, a descriptive poem, 2 books. -Collection of Elegiac
FORTESCUE, JAMES. Contemplation.-In Dissertations, Essays, etc., 1759:
GORDON, ALEXANDER. The Prussiad, an heroick poem, 1759.
ANON. Verses to the king, 1760.-See Mo. Rev., xxiii. 411.
HAMILTON, WILLIAM, of Bangour. To a gentleman going to travel.-Poems
and Songs, 1850, pp. 94-101.
HAYDEN, G. The birthday of Miss W.-Royal Female Mag., ii. 84-5.
The corkscrew.-Ib. 26-8.
The tobacco-stopper.-Ib. 36-8.