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Art of the second Ode in lib. 4
Epig. 54, 1. 3. imitated
Under the Picture of a Beau
The mourning Poet; or, the unknown Comforts,&c. So
A Translation out of Catullus
The Quack corrected, by the Earl of .
To the indefatigable Rhinter, by Dr. Smith
A Tale, by Col. Codrington
Friendly Acívice to Dr. Bl.---, by a Lord
To a cruel Mistress
A Dialogue betwixt the New Lottery and the Royal Oak
An Inpronipon to Shadwell's Memory
A Panegyrick on Col. Walker
The London Vintner's Aufwer to Mr. Brown
A Letter to a Rev. Grafier, Physician, &c.
To the fame, on bis Play being damad
To Dr. Sherlock on taking the Dárhs, 1690
శుభ జలము కు అంకు కు కుకు A Compleat Alphabetical KE Y to
Mr. Brown's WORKS.
Vol. 3. 243
Lord All-Pride in the Park. Vol. 4. Page 1253
of Cleaveland, who was divorc'd from him.'
Two Thieves condemn'd, one of which was hang'd at Tye burn; but t'other being repriev'd, was afterwards kill’d.
Bookseller trern'd Quack. Vol. 3. 14.
B -y should write. Vol. 3. 78.
Vol. 2. 2202 Daniel Burgess, the Presbyterian Parson, notoriously known for his Knack of Canting in the Pulpit.
Mrs. G. Madam Crifp, a noted Strumpet, who was in Newgate sos! for setting a Lieutenant-to kill a Blackmoor that had stoln 06
ber Lap-dog; afterwards she kept a Bawdy-house. 07
Codron's Fire. Vol. 4. 80. 133
Dr. Garth, who writ that excellent poetical Piece call'd, The Dispensary,
Im penitent Clipper. Vol. 4. 127. 26 Coppinger, formerly a strolling Player, executed at Tyburn,
Caufabon for Satyr famous, Vol. 4. 322.
A famous Critick, interr'd in Westminster Abbey. 29
Divinity.monger. Vol. 3. 14.
Ten thousand Drachma, Vol. 145
A Coin in Use among the ancient Grecians, in Value 7d. 15 ob. so that the Sum which Lais demanded of Demosthenes 7
for a Night's Lodging, was 341 l. 13și 40. 14
Daniel D-4's Party. Vol. 3. 328. 6 A A broken Hosier, pillory'din 1703 for publishing a fourri