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Poems on several occasions.

Main Creator: Prior, Matthew, 1664-1721.
Contributors: Rowe, Elizabeth Singer, 1674-1737.
Format: BOOK
Language:English
Published / Created: London : J. Tonson and J. Barber, 1718.
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Notes:Title vignette; head and tail pieces, initials.

The longer poems have special title-pages.

Dedication to Lionel, earl of Dorset and Middlesex, is signed Mat. Prior, and contains a eulogy on Charles Sackville, 6th earl of Dorset.

"Love and friendship: a pastoral. By Mrs. Elizabeth Singer": p. 31-33.

Physical description: 506, [6] p. : ill ; 49 1/2 cm.

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505 0 |a On Exodus II. 14, I am that I am -- The Countess of Exeter playing on the lute -- Picture of Seneca dying in a bath / by Jordain -- An ode -- Epistle to Fleetwood Shephard, esq. -- To the Countess of Dorset -- To the Lady Dursley -- To my Lord Buckhurst -- An Ode -- A song -- The despairing shephard, esq. -- To the Hon. Charles Montague, esq. -- Hymn to the Sun / by Dr. Purcell -- The ladies' looking-glass -- Love and friendship, a pastoral / by Mrs. Elizabeth Singer -- To the author of the foregoing pastoral -- To a lady refusing to continue a dispute -- Seeing the Duke of Ormond's picture at Sir Godfrey Kneller's -- Celia to Damon -- Ode to the King on arrival in Holland -- Imitation of Anacreon -- And ode -- Ode sur la prise de Namur 1692 -- To Cloe weeping -- To Mr. Howard -- Love disarmed -- Chloe hunting -- Cupid and Ganymede -- Cupid mistaken -- Venus mistaken -- A song -- The dove -- A lover's anger -- Mercury and Cupid -- On beauty -- The question : to Lisetta -- Lisetta's reply -- The garland -- The lady who offers her looking-glass to Venus -- Cloe jealous -- Pallas and Venus -- To a young gentleman in love -- An English padlock -- Hans Carvel -- A Dutch proverb -- Paulo Purganti and his wife -- The ladle -- Written at Paris, 1700 -- Written in the beginning of Mezeray's history of France -- Written the Nouveaux Interests des Princes de l'Europe -- Adrianti Morientis ad Animam suam / by M. Fontenelle -- Imitated -- A passage in the Moriae Ecomium of Erasmus imitated -- To Dr. Sherlock -- Carmen seculare 1700 -- Carmen seculare latine redditum / per Tho. Dibben -- Ode to the Memory of Col. George Villiers -- Prologue at court before the Queen, 1704 -- Letter to Boileaux Dispreaux -- For the plan of a fountain -- The chamelion -- Merry Andrew -- A smile -- The flies -- From the Greek -- Epigrams -- To a person who wrote ill, and spake worse against me -- Quid sit futurum cras, fuge quaerere -- The nut-brown maid -- Henry and Emma -- Ode to the Queen -- Cantata -- Her right name written in an Ovid -- A true maid -- A reasonable affliction -- Phyllis' age -- Forma bonum fragile -- A critical moment -- Epigram to the Duke de Noailles -- Epilogue to Phaedra -- Epilogue to Lucius -- The thief and the cordelier -- Epitaph -- To Right Hon. Mr. Harley -- To Mr. Harley wounded by Guiscard -- Extempore invitation to the Earl of Oxford -- Earl Robert's mice -- A flower painted / by Simon Varelst -- To Lady Elizabeth Harley -- Protogenes and Apelles -- Democritus and Heraclitus -- For my own tomb stone -- Gualterus Danistonus ad Amicos -- The first hymn of Callimachus to Jupiter -- To Apollo -- Charity : paraphrase on the XIII Corinthians -- Engraven on a column in the Church of Halstead, Essex -- Written in Maontaigne's essays -- An epistle desiring the Queen's pictures -- Almaor, the progress of the mind -- Solomon : a poem. 
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