Category:18th century works
Works published in the 18th century.
This category has the following 11 subcategories, out of 11 total.
Pages in category "18th century works"
The following 186 pages are in this category, out of 186 total.
- A Prayer for the Afflicted in this Time of Calamity, for the Prisoners and those Condemned to Die
- A Song (Cowper)
- Abba, Father, Hear Thy Child
- An Address To The Mob On Occasion Of The Late Riot At The House Of Sir Hugh Palliser
- Admiral Hosier's Ghost
- Advice To The Nymphs Of New S-m. Written in the year 1730.
- Altho' He Has Left Me
- An Apology For Not Showing Her What I Had Wrote
- An Attempt at the Manner of Waller
- Another (Bleecker)
- Another. (Miss Molly lays down)
- Another. On A Wicked Fellow, Who Was A Great Blunderer.
- An Argument Against Abolishing Christianity
- Elegy on the death of Cleora
- Elegy on the death of Gen. Montgomery
- Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady
- Eloisa to Abelard
- Epigram On One Who Invited Many Gentlemen To A Small Dinner.
- An Epigram.
- An Epigram. (That Kate weds a fool)
- Epigrams on his Garden Shed
- Epistle to Dr Arbuthnot
- An Epistle to Robert Lloyd, Esq.
- Epitaph On Butler's Monument.
- An Essay on Criticism
- An Essay on Man
- An evening prospect
- O Lapwing, thou fliest around the heath
- Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College
- Ode on St Cecilia's Day
- Ode, Supposed to be Written on the Marriage of a Friend
- Odyssey (Pope)
- Of Good Nature. To His Grace The Duke of Richmond.
- Of Himself
- Of the Remedy of Affliction for the Loss of our Friends
- Of True Greatness. An Epistle to George Dodington, Esq.
- Olney Hymns
- On a Goldfinch Starved to Death in his Cage
- On a great coxcomb
- On A Lady, Coquetting With A Very Silly Fellow.
- On Her Endeavouring to Conceal Her Grief at Parting
- On Mrs. Johanna Lupton
- On reading Dryden's Virgil
- On seeing Miss S. T. E. crossing the Hudson
- On the Death of Sir W. Russell
- On the immensity of creation
- On The Same.
- On the Sublime and Beautiful
- A Sailor's Song.
- See where the Thames, the purest stream
- A short pastoral dialogue
- Silent, Silent Night
- A Simile, From Silius Italicus.
- Similes. To The Same.
- Solitude (Pope)
- Sonnet to William Wilberforce, Esq.
- The Storm (Bleecker)
- The suppressed Gospels and Epistles of the original New Testament of Jesus the Christ
- Sweet meat has sour sauce
- Thaumantia and Fame
- The Beggar. A Song.
- The Cat And Fiddle. To The Favourite Cat Of A Fiddling Miser.
- The Distressed Travellers
- The Iliad of Homer (Pope)
- The Modern Patriot
- The Negro's Complaint
- The Price. To The Same.
- The Queen of Beauty, t'other day
- The Question (Fielding)
- The Riot
- The Spirit of Laws (1758)
- The Storie of William Canynge
- The Symptoms of Love
- The Task (Cowper)/Book I — The Sofa
- The Task (Cowper)/Book II — The Time-Piece
- The Task (Cowper)/Book III ─ The Garden
- The Task (Cowper)/Book IV ─ The Winter Evening
- The Task (Cowper)/Book V ─ The Winter Morning Walk
- The Task (Cowper)/Book VI ─ The Winter Walk at Noon
- The True Patriot/No. 1.
- The True Patriot/No. 10.
- The True Patriot/No. 11.
- The True Patriot/No. 13.
- The True Patriot/No. 23.
- The True Patriot/No. 3.
- The True Patriot/No. 4.
- The True Patriot/No. 7.
- The True Patriot/No. 9.
- The Winter Nosegay
- This ev'ning, Delia, you and I
- A thought on death
- To A Friend on the Choice Of A Wife
- To Celia (Fielding)
- To Celia. Occasioned by her apprehending her house would be broke open, and having an old fellow to guard it, who sat up all night, with a gun without any ammunition.
- To Euthalia. Written in the year 1728.
- To John Hayes, Esq.
- To Julia Amanda
- To Mary (Cowper)
- To Miss Brinckerhoff
- To Miss Catharine Ten Eyck
- To Miss H-and At Bath. Written extempore in the pump-room, 1742.
- To Miss M. V. W
- To Miss Ten Eyck II
- To Mr. Bleecker
- To Mr. Bleecker, on his passage to New York
- To Mr. L-----
- To Mrs. D---
- To The Master Of The Salisbury Assembly.
- To the Nightingale
- To The Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, (Now Earl Of Orford). Written in the Year 1730
- To the same (Mr. L-----) I
- To the same (Mr. L-----) II
- To the same (Mr. L-----) III
- To The Same.
- To The Same. On Her Wishing To Have A Lilliputian To Play With.
- To The Same; Having Blamed Mr. Gay For His Severity On Her Sex.
- The True Patriot
- A True State of the Case of Bosavern Penlez