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IN SIX VOLUMES.
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE-STREET.
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
CONTENTS OF VOL. V.
HOURS OF IDLENESS
On leaving Newstead Abbey
On a distant view of the village and school of
Harrow on the Hill
Epitaph on a friend
Reply to some verses of J. M. Pigot, Esq. on
the cruelty of his mistress
To the sighing Strephon
Lines written in "Letters of an Italian Nun and
an English Gentleman, by J. J. Rousseau,
founded on Facts"
Answer to the foregoing, addressed to Miss
On the death of a young lady, cousin to the
author, and very dear to him
An occasional prologue, delivered previous to
the performance of "The Wheel of Fortune"
at a private theatre
On the death of Mr. Fox
To M. S. G.
Translation from Catullus
Translation of the epitaph on Virgil and Ti-
Thoughts suggested by a college examination 129
To the Earl of
Answer to some elegant verses sent by a friend
to the author, complaining that one of his
descriptions was rather too warmly drawn
On a change of masters at a great public school 160