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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.

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

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.


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ALFORD, HENRY. The school of the heart.-The School of the Heart, etc.,
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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,
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AIRD, THOMAS. Frank Sylvan.-Poetical Works, 4th ed., Edin., 1863, pp.

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
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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.

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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.
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WHITELAW, ROBERT. Sophocles, translated, 1883.

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



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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.

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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,



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ANON. Il penseroso.-A Miscellany of Poems, ed. J. Husbands, Oxford,
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DODSLEY, ROBERT. [Song in] An entertainment for the wedding of Gov-
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ADDISON, JOSEPH. An ode for St. Cecilia's day. -Works, Bohn ed., vi.



1824, xiv. 323-5.

BROWNE, I. H. Imitation vi.-A Pipe of Tobacco, in Imitation of Six
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L., E. Contentment.-Gent. Mag., vi. 615.

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· 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.

JENNENS, CHARLES. Il moderato.-Georg Friedrich Händel's Werke,
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ANON. Ode to May.-Lond. Mag., xiv. 252.

DAVIES, SNEYD. To the spring.-John Whaley's Collection of Poems, 1745,
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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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ANON. A hymn to liberty, 1746.

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

ANON. To superstition, an ode.-The Museum, or Literary and Historical
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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
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HOADLY, BENJAMIN. The trophy, cantata vi: The religious.- Dodsley's
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WARTON, JOSEPH. Ode i, To fancy.-Odes on Various Subjects, 1746, pp.


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

A., S. Ode to piety.-The Student, or Oxford and Cambridge Monthly
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ANON. To fancy.-Ib. 113-14.

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

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.
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ANON. Rus: an imitation of Milton's measure in L'Allegro and Il Penseroso.
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WARTON, THOMAS (the younger). Ode xi, On the approach of summer.-
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WERGE, JOHN. Rural happiness.-Collection of Poems, Stamford, 1753,
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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.

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


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.

WOTY, WILLIAM. On musick.-Shrubs of Parnassus, 1760, pp. 138–41.
ANON. Ode to sleep.-Scots Mag., xx. 419-20.
ANON. To peace.-Gent. Mag., xxviii. 329.

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

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