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The Twelfth Ode of the First Book of Horace,
The XXIId Ode of the First Book of Horace.
A Prologue for the Strollers.
The VIIIth Pfalm Tranflated.
Pfalm the XXIVth Paraphrafed.
Pfalm the XXIXth.
Pfalm the XLVIth Paraphrased.
Pfalm the XCth Paraphrased.
The CXXXIXth Pfalm Paraphrafed in Miltonick
Pfalm the CXLIVth Paraphrased.
The Third Chapter of Job.
The XXVth Chapter of Job Paraphrased.
The Song of Mofes, in the XVth Chapter of Exodus,
The Third Ode of the Fourth Book of Horace,
The Fable of the Young Man and his Cat.
To Mr. Pope, on his Tranflation of Homer's
Part of the First Æneid of Virgil Translated.
A Dialogue between a Poet and his Servant.
Ode to John Pitt, Efq; on the fame Subject.
On Mrs. Walker's Poems, particularly that on the
Verses on a Flowered Carpet, worked by the Young
Ladies at Kingston.
Verfes on a Flowered Carpet.
On the Art of Preaching. A Fragment.
An Epitaph, infcribed on a Stone that covers his
A Poem on the Death of Earl Stanhope.
Epitaph on Dr. Keil, the famous Aftronomer.
Horace, Book II. Ep. xix. Imitated; in an Epiftle
to Mr. Robert Lowth.
Imitation of Spenfer.
Poem to Mr. Spence, prefixed to the Effay on Pope's
Epistle to J. Pitt, Efq; in Imitation of Horace.
Epiftle to Mr. Spence, in Imitation of Horace.
Epiftle to Mr. Spence, when Tutor to Lord Middle-
fex; in Imitation of Horace.
Specimen of a Translation of the Odyffey.
THE END OF PITT'S POEMS.