Category:18th century works
Works published in the 18th century.
|18th century works:
This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total.
Pages in category "18th century works"
The following 183 pages are in this category, out of 183 total.
- A Clear State of the Case of Elizabeth Canning
- A Dialogue between Alexander the Great, and Diogenes the Cynic
- A Song (Cowper)
- A True State of the Case of Bosavern Penlez
- 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 Argument Against Abolishing Christianity
- An Attempt at the Manner of Waller
- An Epistle to Robert Lloyd, Esq.
- An Interlude between Jupiter, Juno, Apollo, and Mercury
- Another (Bleecker)
- Another. (Miss Molly lays down)
- Another. On A Wicked Fellow, Who Was A Great Blunderer.
- 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
- 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 Spirit of the Laws
- 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 First Olynthiac of Demosthenes
- The Iliad of Homer (Pope)
- The Modern Patriot
- The Negro's Complaint
- The Nightingale and Glow-Worm
- The Price. To The Same.
- The Queen of Beauty, t'other day
- The Question (Fielding)
- The Rape of the Lock
- The Riot
- The Storie of William Canynge
- The Symptoms of Love
- The Task/Book I — The Sofa
- The Task/Book II — The Time-Piece
- The Task/Book III ─ The Garden
- The Task/Book IV ─ The Winter Evening
- The Task/Book V ─ The Winter Morning Walk
- The Task/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 Universal Prayer
- 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