Pastorals Epistles Odes (1748)

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PASTORALS,

 

EPISTLES, ODES,

 

AND OTHER

 

ORIGINAL POEMS,

 

With Translations from

 

Pindar, Anacreon and Sappho.

 

By AMBROSE PHILIPS Eſq;


——hic Cæſtus Artemque repono. Virgil.



LONDON:

Printed for J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper.


MDCCXLVIII.


Sections (not individually listed)
Dedication
Pastoral Poems (section missing) 1
Preface 3
The First Pastoral 5
The Second Pastoral 11
The Third Pastoral 19
The Fourth Pastoral 26
The Fifth Pastoral 36
The Sixth Pastoral 43
The Stray Nymph 51
The Happy Swain 53
Epistles (section missing) 55
To a Friend who desired me to write
on the Death of King William
57
From Holland, to a Friend in England,
in the Year 1703
60
To the Earl of Dorset 64
To the Right Honourable Charles Lord Halifax 67
To Lord Carteret 71
Odes (section incomplete)
Song: "From White's and Will's" 74
Song: "Why we love, and why we hate" 76
To Signora Cuzzoni 77
To the Memory of the late Earl of Halifax 78
To the Honourable Miss Carteret 79
On the Death of the Right Honourable
William Earl Cowper
83
To the Right Honourable William Pulteney Eſq 92
To Miſs Margaret Pulteney
Daughter of Daniel Pulteney Eſq;
in the Nurſery
95
To Miſs Charlotte Pulteney,
in her Mother's Arms
96
To the Right Honourable Robert Walpole Eſq 98
Supplication for Miſs Cartertet
in the Small-Pox
102
To Miſs Georgiana,
youngeſt Daughter to Lord Carteret
104
Epigrams and short Poems 107
The Fable of Thule 112
Translations
from Pindar 117
from Anacreon 139
from Sappho 143


This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.