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Wory, WILLIAM. The Caxon.-Ib. 51-4.

The moonlight night. — Ib. 59-61.
To independence.-Ib. 76-8.
Bagnigge-wells. - Ib. 107–11.
Hymn to the Deity.-Ib. 117–27.

The exhortation.- Poetical Works, 1770, ii. 51-5.
DODD, WILLIAM. Hymn to good-nature. - Poems, 1767, pp. 1–7.
DOWNMAN, HUGH. Address to peace. - Infancy, etc., 6th ed., Exeter, 1803,

pp. 189–206.
FAWKES, FRANCIS. A parody on a passage in Paradise Lost.- Original

Poems and Translations, 1761, pp. 84-5.
SHEPHERD, RICHARD. The nuptials, a didactick poem, 3 books, 1761.
Wory, WILLIAM. Campanalogia, in praise of ringing, 1761.


* BARRINGTON, SHUTE. “Genius of Britain! who with ancient Brute.”

Pietas Universitatis Oxoniensis in Obitum ... Georgii II et Gratulatio

in ... Georgii III Inaugurationem, Oxford, 1761, D.
NAPIER, GERARD. “If the rude Empire of wide-wasting Time.” – Ib. E.
SHARP, WILLIAM. To the lord bishop of Sarum. - Ib. K2, verso.
BAGOT, LEWIS. “Now was still Time of Night." - Ib. 5L, verso.
GRENVILLE, JAMES. "Roll, Isis, roll your melancholy Stream.” – Ib. T,


CROSSE, RICHARD. “Hence empty Joys!" - Ib. Aa2, verso.
AWBREY, JOHN. “Profane not, Time.” – Ib. Cc, verso.
FALCONER, J. “No more of festal Pomp.” – Ib. Ff2.
VYSE, WILLIAM. "'Twas Silence all.” – Ib. Hh, verso.
LOVELL, EDMUND. “'Twas Eve; Darkness came on." - Ib. liz.
BROADHEAD, H. T. “While every neighb'ring Land.” – Ib. Kk, verso.
COURTENAY, HENRY. “Now strike the plaintive Lyre.” – Ib. Kk2, verso.
STONE, FRANCIS. “Could fabled Phoebus, or th' Aonian Nine.”—Ib.

002, verso.
JEKYLL, J. “Far from the Ken of those sad dreary Plains.” – Ib. Qq2.
RUGELEY, GEORGE.“The Muse, that erst in soft Oblivion slept."- Ib. Rr.
LEIGH, THOMAS. “On Albion's topmost Cliff.” – Ib. Zz, verso.
CLEAVER, W. “Haste on, ye Clouds." - Ib. Bbb.
FORSTER, NATHANEEL. “This, this is Virtue's Prize.” – Ib. Eeea, verso.
CHILDREN, G “What now avails the splendid Boast of Arms."-Ib.

FORTESCUE, JAMES. “When Acclamations from each grateful Voice.”.

Ib. Kkk, verso.
FANSHAW, JOHN. “Let not unhallow'd sounds.” – Epithalamia Oxoniensia,

sive Gratulationes in ... Georgii III . . . Nuptias, Oxford, 1761, D2,


SPENCE, JOSEPH. “At length the gallant Navy from afar.” – Ib. G.
THOMAS, EDWARD. “'Tis not the gaudy pageantry of state." - Ib. N,


RATCLIFFE, HOUSTONNE. "The mitred Sage had now with reverence due.”

-Ib. T2,
REYNELL, W. H. “Not to the shepherd's hutt, and rural cell." - Ib. 22,


1 1761 DOYNE, PAILIP. The delivery of Jerusalem, translated into blank verse, 2 vols., Dublin, 1761.

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WILLIAMS, WILLIAM. An essay on Halifax (Yorkshire), in blank verse, Halifax, 1761. Not seen. • 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.


COURTENAY, HENRY. “Now from Germania's shore the chosen bark."

Ib. Ff2, verso.
RUGELEY, GEORGE. “Still Britain sits amid surrounding waves.” – Ib.

Kk, verso.
PEPYS, W. WELLER. “If yet, as Fame reports, the royal ear." - Ib. Nn,


LOVELL, EDMUND. “Visions of glory croud yon distant view.” – Ib. Pp2,





PHELPS, RICHARD. To his royal highness the duke of York. – Ib. Qq2,
SNELL, POWELL. “Now was fair evening's hour."-Ib. Tt2.
FORTESCUE, J. “Now Hymen in connubial bands unites." - Ib. Xx, verso.
KEATE, WILLIAM. “How blest the self-directed peasant's choice." -

Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis ... Georgii III . . . Nuptias

celebrantis, Camb. 1761, H2.
EKINS, JEFFERY. “O Harcourt, in thy Prince's partial love.” – Ib. Ii, verso.
Anon. The victory.-Scots Mag., xxiv. 263.
DUNCAN, JOHN. An essay on happiness, 4 books, 1762.
LANGHORNE, JOHN. The viceroy, 1762.
LYTTELTON, GEORGE, Lord. On reading Miss Carter's poems. - Poetical

Works, 1801, p. 117.
PORTAL, ABRAHAM. Innocence, 2 books, 1762.
Wory, WILLIAM. The chimney-corner. - Works, 1770, ii. 115-31.
* GRAHAM, ROBERT. “Must thou, Iberia! who in envied ease.”-Gratu-

latio Academiae Cantabr giensis Natales ... Georgii Walliae ncipis ...

celebrantis, Camb., 1762, H.
Zouch, THOMAS. “With wanton pride Ohio sweeps.” – Ib. K, verso.
Tyson, MICHAEL. “Breathe with soft melody." - Ib. U.
MORGAN, NATHANIEL. “Spirit of Liberty.” – Ib. Bb.
HEY, JOHN. “Fair Hope, I thank thee!"-Ib. Cc2, verso.
NORTH, BROWNLOW. To the queen.-Gratulatio Solennis Universitas

Oxoniensis ob ... Walliae Principem ... Natum, Oxford, 1762, C.
RUSSELL, JOHN. “Pure are the joys." - Ib. E2.
SPENCE, JOSEPH. “Hail to the sacred day." - Ib. H2.
FORTESCUE, JAMES. "From heaven again the roll descends." - Ib. I, verso.
BAGOT, LEWIS. “Those votive strains, O Isis." - Ib. K2.
COURTENAY, HENRY. “Again Britannia's bards." - Ib. O, verso.
EARLE, W. B. “On that auspicious day.” – Ib. U2.
SYMMONS, JOHN. “All human things experience change.” – Ib. Aa, verso.
THOMAS, EDMUND. “Though distant far from Isis' honour'd banks." - Ib.

Butt, GEORGE. “Time-honour'd Isis.” – Ib. Kk2.
SIBTHORP, HUMPHREY. “While by the side of Isis' sedgy stream." -Ib. LI.
BECKMAN, WILLIAM. "With joyous sound of gratulation due.”Ib. Na,

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bef. 1763w. SHENSTONE, WILLIAM. Economy, addressed to young poets. -Works

in Verse and Prose, 1764, i. 285-307.

The ruin'd abby.-Ib. 308–21.
Love and honour.-Ib. 321-32.

1 1762 OGDEN, JAMES. On the crucifixion and resurrection, 1762. In blank verse: Crit. Rev., xü.

363-4. Not seen. • For the order, sec above, p. 647, note.

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1763 ANON. Liberty (“in imitation of Milton"), 1763. - See Crit. Rev., xvi. 240.

ANON. A poetical wreath of laurel and olive, 1763. - See ib. xv. 230-31.
ANON. Satires on the times, 2 parts, 1763.-See ib. xvi. 392–3.
ANON. The temple of Gnidus, from Montesquieu, 1763.–See ib. xv. 389–90.
ANON. The wedding ring.-Lond. Mag., xxxii. 608.
CALLANDER, JOHN. A hymn to the power of harmony, Edin., 1763.–See


HEY, JOHN. The redemption. Cambridge Prize Poems, i.

KEATE, GEORGE. The Alps. - Works, 1781, ii. 51-84.
LLOYD, ROBERT. The death of Adam, from Klopstock, 3 acts, 1763.
MICKLE, W. J.(?) Providence, or Arandus and Emilec, 1763. - See Crit.

Rev., xiv. 276-80.
NEWCOMB, THOMAS. The death of Abel (from Gessner), attempted in the

stile of Milton, 1763.
PENNINGTON, Mrs. The copper farthing. - Poetical Calendar, 1763, x.

THOMPSON, WILLIAM. Garden inscriptions, iv: In Milton's alcove. - Ib.
viii. 100.

Garden inscriptions, xix: In an apple-tree, over Mr. Philips's Cyder.-
Ib. 118.
Wory, WILLIAM. The pin. - Works, 1770, i. 55-8.

ZOUCH, THOMAS. “'Tis false: not all the gay parade of power.”—Gratu-

latio Acad. Cantab. in Pacem ... Restitutam, Camb., 1763, I. c. 1763 w. BRUCE, MICHAEL. The last day.-Works, ed. Grosart, Edin., 1865, pp.

157-75. C. 17637 w. LYTTELTON, GEORGE, Lord. Verses. –P. C. Yorke's Life of Philip Yorke,

Earl of Hardwicke, Camb., 1913, ii. 524, 571; iii. 303. 1763-4 ANON. The Messiah: bk. i, The nativity; bk. ii, The temptation; bk. iii,

The crucifixion; bk. iv, The resurrection. Camb., 1763-4.-See Crit.

Rev., xvii. 318-20, 472; xviii. 320.
1764 ANON. On beneficence, 1764.-See Mo. Rev., XXX. 242–3.

CARR, JOHN. Filial piety, 1764.
GRAINGER, JAMES. The sugar-cane, 4 books, 1764.
H., W. The street. -Scots Mag., xxvi. 93–4.
HAWKINS, WILLIAM. The Aeneid (books i-vi), translated, 1764.1-See Crit.

Rev., xvii. 424-9.
OGILVIE, JOHN. Providence, an allegorical poem, 3 books, 1764.
WHATELEY, MARY (Mrs. DARWALL). The pleasures of contemplation. -

Original Poems, 1764: see Mo. Rev., XXX. 449. 1764 w. LETTICE, JOHN. The conversion of St. Paul. - Cambridge Prize Poems, i.

1765 Anon. Landscape: an August evening. -Scots Mag., xxvii. 154-5.

ANON. A rhapsody on leaving Bath. --Gent. Mag., XXXV. 431.
BRIDGES, THOMAS. The battle of the genii, 3 cantos, 1765.-See Mo. Rev.,

xxxii. 276-9.
COOPER, E. The elbow-chair, 1765.
FOSTER, Mark. Scarborough, Scarborough, 1765. — J. S. Fletcher's

Picturesque Yorkshire, 1901, vi. 130-31.
HOLLIS, J. Morning. — Gent. Mag., XXXV. 527.
L., T. (THOMAS LETCHWORTH?). Miscellaneous reflections, or an evening's

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meditation, 1765.–See Mo. Rev., xxxii. 75.

i The other six books were translated but not published.
: 3765 Anon. The advantages of repentance, a moral tale, 1765. In blank verse: Crit. Rev., xix. 152.

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ANON. The death of a friend, 1765. In blank verse: Mo. Rev., xxxiii. 85. Not seen.


LETCHWORTH, THOMAS. A morning's meditation, 1765.-See Crit. Rev.,

xix. 313.


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ZOUCH, THOMAS. The crucifixion. - Cambridge Prize Poems, i. 183-98.
ANDREWS, ROBERT. The works of Virgil, Englished, Birmingham, 1766.
ANON. The ocean, 1766.-See Crit. Rev., xxi. 151-2.

MEEN, HENRY. Happiness, 1766. - See ib. xxii. 73. 17667

Anon. Cooper's hill, address'd to Sir W. W. Wynne, 1766(?).-See ib. 380–

BRUCE, MICHAEL. Lochleven. - Works, 1865, 176–97.

NICHOLS, JOHN. Happiness.- Collection of Poems, 1782, viii. 144-6. 1766 w. 1774 p. RICHARDSON, WILLIAM. On the death of the earl and countess of

Sutherland.- Poems, chiefly Rural, 3d ed., 1775, pp. 147-9. 1767 ANON. Health, 1767.–See Mo. Rev., xxxvii. 315-16.

Anon. On the death of the marquis of Tavistock, 1767.-See ib. xxxvi.

DODD, WILLIAM. On the death of Anthony Ellis. – Poems, 1767, pp. 71-3.
Jago, RICHARD. Edge-hill, 4 books, 1767.
JENNER, CHARLES. The gift of tongues.- Cambridge Prize Poems, i.

JONES, HENRY. Kew garden, 2 cantos, 1767.-See Crit. Rev., xxiv. 315-16.
LANCASTER, NATHANIEL. Methodism triumphant, or the decisive battle

between the old serpent and the modern saint, 1767.–See ib. xxv. 66–7. LANGLEY, SAMUEL. The Iliad, translated, book i, 1767.-See ib. xxiii. 36-41. SINGLETON, JOHN. A general description of the West-Indian islands, Bar

bados, 1767.
1768 ANON. Choheleth, or the royal preacher, 1768.

ANON. The 30th psalm, paraphrased. -Court Miscellany, iv. 557-8.
ANON. The tears of Neptune.-Gent. Mag., xxxviii. 439–40.
J. An invocation to the gout.- Oxford Mag., i. 277.
JENNER, CHARLES. The destruction of Nineveh.-Cambridge Prize Poems,

i. 211-24.

M., A. Verses on seeing a beautiful young lady.-Court Miscellany, iv. 614. 1768 w. RICHARDSON, WILLIAM. Corsica.- Poems, chiefly Rural, 1774, pp. 67-78. 1768 w. 1785 p. LOVIBOND, EDWARD. Verses written after passing through Findon. –

Chalmers's English Poets, xvi. 299. 1768? w. 1892 p. CowPER, WILLIAM.(?) A thunder storm. - Poetical Works, Oxford

ed., pp. 626-8. 1769 Anon. Friendship, a poem, to which is added an ode, 1769.–See Crit. Rev.,

xxviii. 300 302. ANON. A poetical address, in favour of the Corsicans, 1769.-See Mo. Rev.,

xl. 250.

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ANON. Punch, a panegyric, attempted in the manner of Milton, 1769.
ANON. On seeing the late comet.-Gent. Mag., xxxix. 551-2.
HAZARD, JOSEPH. The conquest of Quebec, Oxford, 1769.–See Crit. Rev.,

xxvii. 469–71.
JONES, HENRY. The Arcana, or mystic gem, 2 cantos, Wolverhampton,

AIKIN, A. L. (Mrs. BARBAULD). Corsica. – Poems, 1773, pp. 1-12.
ANON. An idyllion.-Scots Mag., xxxii. 561-2.
FELLOWS, JOHN. Grace triumphant, in nine dialogues, Birmingham, 1770.-

1769 w. 1770

Contains some Miltonic blank verse: see Mo. Rev., xliv. 89-90.
HODSON, WILLIAM. Dedication of the temple of Solomon.–Cambridge

Prize Poems, i. 225-40.
ANON. Dedication to Cavalier Marino's Cynthia and Daphne, 1766. In blank verse: Mo.

Rev., XXXV. 323. Not seen.

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1770 Wory, WILLIAM. A mock invocation to genius. - Works, 1770, i. 1-7.

The looking-glass.- Ib. 59-63.
The pediculaiad, or buckram triumphant. Ib. 142–59.
The moralist.-Ib. ii. 56-9.

To charity.-Ib. 78–81.
The death of Abel. – Ib. 132–44.

The old shoe.- Ib. 156-60. 1770 w. 1804 P. JONES, Sir WILLIAM. Britain discovered, an heroic poem in twelve,

books (only“ design" and two short fragments printed). - Works, 1807, ii.

429-54. C. 1770 W. WALLACE, GEORGE. Prospects from hills in Fife, 1796.-See Scots Mag.,

lviii. 623–7. 1771 FELLOWS, JOHN. The Bromsgrove elegy on the death of George Whitefield,

1771. FERGUSSON, ROBERT. A Saturday's expedition, in mock heroics. – Works

1851, pp. 179-84.
Foot, JAMES. Penseroso, or the pensive philosopher, 6 books, 1771.
G. Winter amusement.-Weekly Mag. or Edin. Amusement, xi. 180.
JEMMAT, CATHARINE. On seeing Mr. Mossop preform. – Miscellanies, 1771,
pp. 10-12.

A morning reflection.-Ib. 17–18.
Retirement.- Ib. 72–3.

A paraphrase on the 104th psalm, in imitation of Milton's style.
Ib. 127-30.

Rural life.- Ib. 191-4.
The farmer.-Ib. 204-5.

An idea of God, translated from Racine. - Ib. 210–11.
LANGHORNE, JOHN. Fable x, The wilding and the broom.–Fables of Flora,

1771, pp. 57–61.
ROBERTS, W. H. A poetical epistle: (part i] on the existence of God;

(part ii) on the attributes of God; (part iii) on the providence of God.

3 parts, 1771. 1771 w. LYTTELTON, THOMAS, Lord. The state of England in the year 2199.

Poems, 1780, pp. 7-16. 1772" ANON. A view of sundry regions of the earth.-Scots Mag., xxxiv. 389.

DAINTRY M. J. On music.– Town and Country Mag., iv. 553.
FERGUSSON, ROBERT. The town and country contrasted.-Works, ed.
Grosart, 1851, pp. 173-5.
Fashion.-Ib. 191-3.

Good eating.- Ib. 214–18.
GIBBONS, Thomas. Habakkuk, chapter iii. - The Christian Minister, 1772,
pp. 90-95.

Hymn of Cleanthes to Jupiter. – Ib. 97-9.
Pythagoras's golden verses. – Ib. 99-104.
Casimire, book ii, ode 5.- Ib. 109–13.
To our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. - Ib. 118-21.
The sufferings of Christ. - Ib. 122-4.

God our Creator.-Ib. 161.

GIBSON, WILLIAM. Conscience. - Cambridge Prize Poems, i. 241-50. 1772-82

MASON, WILLIAM. The English garden, 4 books. – Works, 1811, i. 201-424.

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TRAPAUD, ELISHA. The oeconomy of happiness, 1772. In blank verse: Crit. Rev., xxxiv. 470.

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