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Page A Prologue,
90 Prologue to the Tragedy of Zobeide,
91 Epilogue, spoken by Mr. Lee Lewes,
92 Epilogue to the comedy of The Sisters, 93 Epilogue to the comedy of She Stoops to Conquer,
95 An Epilogue, spoken and sung by Mrs. Bulkley and Miss Catley,
96 Epilogue intended for Mrs. Bulkley,
The Sunflower and the Ivy,
. 116 To the hon. Charles Yorke,
· 117 The Laurel and the Reed,
122 'The Garden Rose and the Wild Rose,
124 The Violet and the Pansy,
127 The Queen of the Meadow and the Crown Imperial,
130 The Wall Flower,
132 The Tulip and the Myrtle,
135 The Bee Flower,
137 The Wilding and the Broom,
140 The Misletoe and the Passion Flower,
ENLARGEMENT OF THE MIND.
Epistle I. to General Craufurd,
ELKOILA, The Visions of Fancy,
229 Written in 1760,
. 237 Written among the Ruins of Pontefract Castle, 1756,
238 To the Rev. Mr. Lamb,
POEM ON HIS LADY.
To Miss Cracroft: the Complaint of her Ring-
243 To Miss Cracroft: wrapped round a Nosegay of Violets,
244 To Miss Cracroft: on the Moral Reflections
contained in her answer to the above verses, 245 Autumnal elegy: to Miss Cracroft,
ib. To Miss Cracroft,
248 Bonnet, in the manner of Petrarch,
249 Verses in Memory of his Lady,
253 Monody, on his Mother, .
LIVES OF THE AUTHORS.
ROBERT WALSH, Jn.
GOLDSMITH, LANGHORNE, SMART.
PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL F. BRADFORD,
William Drowrk, Printev.