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Butler's (Sam.) Hudibras. 12mo. ..... Glasg. 1763

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2. Arcadia, &c . ...... 1616

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5. Breton's (Nic.) Characters, and Good and Bail. . . . 1615

7. Nash's (Thomas) Christ's Tears over Jerusalem. . . . 1613 II. Part 4. Harvey's (Gabriel) Four Letters and Sonnets touching Robert Greene. . 1592

8. Pierce's Supererogation. ..... 1593

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3. Flourish upon Fancie. ...... 1582

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Bedford. ....... 1585

6. 8 , (B ) The Phoenix Nest. ..... 1593

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Funeral of Sir William Forbes, Bart. ito. . . . ib. 1807

Fleurs, a Poem, in 4 books. ito. ..... Newcastle, 1821

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foL ........ . Lond. 1634

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History of tbe Colonization of the Free States of Antiquity, applied to the Contest between Great Britain and her American Colonies. 4/o. . . . ib. 1777

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Vol. I. 1. Merry's (II.) Paulina, or, the Russian Daughter, a Poem. . . . Load. 1787

2. The Country Book Club. 1788

3. Peter Pindar's Brother Peter to Brother Tom. . •. . . wants title.

4. The Choice. ....... Edin. 1788

5. Knipe's (Eliza) Six Narrative Poems. . . . • l.und. 1787

6. Thelwall's (John) Orlando and Almeyda. .... irants title. IL 7. Mickle's (William Julius) Sir Martyn, an imitation of Spenser. . . Lond.Wil

See Poktical Works, Vol. i. p. 69, note. 8. The Progress of Envy, in imitation of Spenser, occasioned by Lauder's attack on Milton. ib. 1751

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. Lond. 1796 Norwich, 179B

. Lond. 1790 ib. 1799 ib. 1799 no date.

IV.

9. Porson's (Professor Richard) Eloisa in Dishabille, &c.

10. Cartwright's (Dr. Edm.) Armine and Elvira. 5th edit.

See Lire, Toi. i . p. 139.

11. BUrger's Lenort. Translated by IL J. Pye.

12. Translated by William Taylor. .

See Poetical Works, vol. It. p. 47; Liwm, vol. i. pp. 235, 243, 254.

13. The Bedesman of Nidsyde, a Legendary Fragment.

14. Lewis's (M. G.) Love of Gain. Imitated from Juvenal. .

15. Seward's (Anna) Original Sonnets and Odes.

16. Memorial respecting the Rights, &c. of Clerks to the Signet.

17. Philosophical and Religious Dialogue in the Shades, between Mr. Hume and Dr. Dodd.

Lond. 1778

18. Blair's (Rev. Dr. Hugh) Dissertation on Ossian's Poems. . . to. 1763 19-23. Smart's (R«v. Christ.) Hymn to, and 4 Poems on the Goodness, the Power, the Immensity,

and the Omniscience of the Supreme Being. . Lond. and Camb. 1756-8

24. Thomson's (Alexander) British Parnassus at the close of the 18th Century. . Edin. 1801

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26. Sotheby's (William) Battle of the Nile, a Poem. . . . Lond. 1799

V. 27. Chinnery's (G. H.) Statue of the Dying Gladiator, a Prize Poem. . Oxford, 1810

28. Canning's (Right Honourable George) Letter to Earl Camden, respecting his affair with Lord

Castlereagh. ....... Lond. 1809

See Lin, vol. ii. pp. 257-64

29. Ossian, Translations of, by M'Farlan and Macpherson, contrasted.

30. General Account of the family of Vaux, Vans, or de Vallibres, &c. represented by Vans Agnew

of Bambarrow. ..... Pembroke, 1800

31. Ferriar's (Dr. R.) Bibliomania, an Epistle to R. Heber. . . . Lond. 1809

32. Mathias's (T. J.) Heroic Epistle to Mr. Wineor, Patentee of the Hydro-Carbonic Gas Lights.

ib. 1808

33. Mundy's ( ) Fall of Needwood. .... Derby, 1808

Sco Prose Works, vol. iv. p. 208.

34. Rose's (W. Stewart) Crusade of St. Lewis and King Edward the Martyr, Ballads.
Sec Poetical Works, vol. iz. p. 383.

Lond. 1810

35. Croker's (J. W.) Battles of Talavera, a Poem. 8th edit. .

36. Spenser's (W. R.) Year of Sorrow. Written in Spring, 1803.

Wilson's (Professor J.) Magic Mirror, a Poem. Addressed to W. Scott, Esq.

See Li Fx, vol . iii. p. 30.

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