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A Broken Cake, with Honey Sweet, 51.
Address, Occasional, for the Opening of the New

Theatre of St. Stephen, 581.
Advertisement, 644.
After the Battle, 181.
Age, Youth and, 262.
Alarming Intelligence, 636.
Alciphron: a Fragment, 352.
Letter I. From Alciphron at Alexandria to

Cleon at Athens, 352.
II. From the Same to the Same, 354.
III. From the Same to the Same, 358.
IV. From Orcus, High Priest of Mem-

phis, to Decius, the Prætorian

Prefect, 364.
All in the Family Way, 591.'
All That's Bright must Fade, 221.
Almighty God, 246.
Alone in Crowds to wander on, 215.
Alps, the Boy of the, 277.
Amatory Colloquy between Bank and Govern.

ment, 585.
Anacreon, Odes of, 13.

I. I saw the Smiling Bard of Pleasure,
II. Give Me the Harp of Epic Song, 13.
III. Listen to the Muse's Lyre, 14.
IV. Vulcan! hear Your Glorious Task,

14.
V. Sculptor, wouldst Thou glad my

Soul, 14.
VI. As Late I sought the Spangled Bow-

ers, 15.
VII. The Women tell Me Every Day, 15.
VIII. I care not for the Idle State, 16.
IX. I pray Thee, by the Gods Above, 16.

X. How am I to punish Thee, 17,
XI. “Tell Me, Gentle Youth, I pray

Thee,” 17.
XII. They tell How Atys, Wild with Love,

17.
XIII. I will, I will, the Conflict's past, 18.
XIV. Count Me, on the Summer Trees, 19.
XV. Tell Me, Why, My Sweetest Dove,

20.
XVI. Thou, Whose Soft and Rosy Hues,

21.
XVII. And Now with All Thy Pencil's

Truth, 22.
XVIII. Now the Star of Day is High, 24.
XIX. Here recline You, Gentle Maid, 25.
XX. One Day the Muses twined the

Hands, 25.
XXI. Observe When Mother Earth is

Dry, 26.

Anacreon, Odes of -
XXII. The Phrygian Rock, That braves

the Storm, 26.
XXIII. I Often wish This Languid Lyre,

27.
XXIV. To All That breathe the Air of

Heaven, 28.
XXV. Once in Each Revolving Year, 28.
XXVI. Thy Harp may sing of Troy's

Alarms, 29.
XXVII. We read the Flying Courser's

Name, 29:
XXVIII. As, by His Lemnian Forge's

Flame, 30.
XXIX. Yes — Loving is a Painful Thrill,

30.
XXX. 'T was in a Mocking Dream of

Night, 31:
XXXI. Armed with Hyacinthine Rod,

31.
XXXII. Strew Me a Fragrant Bed of

Leaves, 32.
XXXIII. ’T was Noon of Night, When

round the Pole, 32.
XXXIV. Oh Thou, of All Creation Blest,

33.
XXXV. Cupid Once upon a Bed, 34.
XXXVI. If "Hoarded Gold possest the

Power, 34
XXXVII. ’T was Night, and Many a Cir.

cling Bowl, 35.
XXXVIII. Let Us drain the Nectared Bowl,

35.
XXXIX. How I love the Festive Boy, 36.
XL. I know That Heaven hath sent

Me Here, 36.
XLI. When Spring adorns the Dewy

Scene, 37;
XLII. Yes, be the Glorious Revel

Mine, 37
XLIII. While Our Rosy Fillets shed, 37.
XLIV. Buds of Roses, Virgin Flowers,

38.
XLV. Within This Goblet, Rich and

Deep, 38.
XLVI. Behold, the Young, the Rosy

Spring, 39.
XLVII. 'Tis True, My Fading Years

decline, 39
XLVIII. When My Thirsty Soul I steep,

40.
XLIX. When Bacchus, Jove's Immortal

Boy, 40.
L. When Wine I quaff, before My

Eyes, 40.

Anacreon, Odes of -

LI. Fly Not Thus My Brow of

Śnow, 41.
LII. Away, Away, Ye Men of Rules,

42.
LIII. When I behold the Festive

Train, 42;
LIV. Methinks, the Pictured Bull We

see, 42.
LV. While we invoke the Wreathed

Spring, 43•
LVI. He, Who instructs the Youthful

Crew, 45.
LVII. Whose was the Artist Hand That

Spread, 45.
LVIII. When Gold, as Fleet as Zephyr's

Pinion, 46.
LIX. Ripened by the Solar Beam, 47.
LX. Awake to Life, My Sleeping

Shell, 47
LXI. Youth's' Endearing Charms are

fled, 48.
LXII. Fill Me, Boy, as Deep a

Draught, 49;
LXIII. To Love, the Soft and Blooming

Child,

49.
LXIV. Haste Thee, Nymph, Whose

Well-aimed Spear, 49.
LXV. Like Some Wanton Filly sport-

ing, 50.
LXVI. To 'Thee, the Queen of Nymphs

Divine, 50.
LXVII. Rich in Bliss, I proudly scorn, 51.
LXVIII. Now Neptune's Month Our Sky

deforms, 51;
LXIX. They wove the Lotus Band to

deck, 51.
LXX. A Broken Cake, with Honey

Sweet, 51.
LXXI. With Twenty Chords My Lyre is

hung, 51.
LXXII. Fare Thee Well, Perfidious

Maid, 52.
LXXIII. Awhile I bloomed, a Happy

Flower, 52.
LXXIV. Monarch Love, Resistless Boy,

52.
LXXV. Spirit of Love, Whose Locks un-

rolled, 52
LXXVI. Hither, Gentle Muse of Mine, 52.
LXXVII. Would That I were a Tuneful

Lyre, 52
LXXVIII. When Cupid sees How Thickly

Now, 53:
Cupid, Whose Lamp has lent the

Ray, 53•
Let Me resign This Wretched

Breath, 53•
I know Thou lovest a Brimming

Measure, 53
I fear That Love disturbs My

Rest, 53.
From Dread Leucadia's Frowning

Steep, 53:

Mix Me, Child, a Cup Divine, 53.
Anacreontic, 68.
Anacreontic, 76.
Anacreontic, 79.
Anacreontic, 80.

Anacreontic, 574.
And doth not a Meeting Like This, 210.
And Now with All Thy Pencil's Truth, 22.
Angel of Charity, 246.
Angels, The Loves of the, 482.
Animal Magnetism, 668.
Anne Boleyn, 315,
Announcement of a New Grand Acceleration

Company, 685.
Announcement of a New Thalaba, 670.
Annual Pill, The, 626.
Anticipated Meeting of the British Association

in the Year 1836, 678.
Antique, A Study from the, 139.
Antiquity, A Dream of, 135.
Armed with Hyacinthine Rod, 31.
Around the Tomb, oh, Bard Divine, 54.
As a Beam o'er the Face of the Waters mar

glow, 173.
As, by His Lemnian Forge's Flame, 30.
As down in the Sunless Retreats, 245.
Ask not if Stili I Love, 288.
As Late I sought the Spangled Bowers, 15.
Aspasia, 104.
As Slow our Ship, 199.
As Vanquished Erin, 211.,
Atkinson, Esq., To Joseph, 140.
Atkinson, Joseph, Esq. of Dublin, Lines on the

Death of, 310.
At Length Thy Golden Hours have winged

Their Flight, 56.
At Night, 312.
At the Mid Hour of Night, 189.
Autumn, Spring and, 238.
Avenging and Bright, 187:
Awake, arise, Thy Light is come, 248.
Awake to Life, My Sleeping Shell, 47
Away, Away, Ye Men of Rules, 42.
Awful Event, 640.
Awhile I bloomed, a Happy Flower, 52.
BABYLON, War Against, 252.
Ballad, A, 129.
Ballad, A Pastoral, 612.
Ballad for the Cambridge Election, 592.
Ballad Stanzas, 152.
Ball, The Sylph's, 298.
Bank and Government, Amatory Colloquy be-

tween, 585.
Bard, The Wandering, 215.
Battle, The Parting Before the, 257.
Beauty and Song, 284.
Beckford, to Miss Susan, 112.
Before the Battle, 181.
Behold the Sun, 247.
Behold, the Young, the Rosy Spring, 39.
Believe Me, if All Those Endearing Young

Charms, 178.
Bells, Those Evening, 222.
Bigotry, Triumph of, 651.
Bird, let Loose, The, 241.
Birthday, My, 300.
Bishops, the Dance of, 645:
Black and Blue Eyes, 269.
Blessed Islands, The Grecian Girl's Dream of

the, 104.
Blue Love-Song, A, 638.
Boat Glee, 293.
Boat Song, A Canadian, 153.
Boat, The Indian, 264.

Boleyn, Anne, 315.
Boston Frigate, To the, 157.
Box, The Musical, 286.
Box, The Song of the, 669.
Boy of the Alps, The, 277.
Boy Statesman, The, 672.
Bright be Thy Dreams, 228.
Bright Moon, 290.
Bring the Bright Garlands Hither, 235.
Brunswick Club, The, 642.
Buds of Roses, Virgin Flowers, 38.
Bullock, The Fly and the, 709.
Butterworth, Saint, The Canonization of, 600.
But Who shall see, 245.
By that Lake, Whose Gloomy Shore, 185.
Cages, Nets and, 230.
Calm be Thy Sleep, 280.
Cambridge Élection, Ballad for the, 592.
Canadian Boat Song, A, 153.
Canonization of Saint Butterworth, The, 6ɔo.
Captain Rock in London, 698.
Cara, To, 91.
Cara, To, 92.
Caroline, Viscountess Valletort, To, 304.
Case, A Sad, 641.
Case of Libel, A, 605.
Castanet, Gayly sounds the, 226.
Catalogue, The, 98.
Catullus, Imitation of, 98.
Catullus, Translations from, 301.
Cephalus and Procris, 262.
Ceres, Ode to the Goddess, 588.
Chain, The Wreath and the, 107.
Character, A, 676.
Character, Fragment of a, 307.
Charity, Angel of, 246.
Cherries, The, 623.
Child's Song. - From a Masque, 282.
Child, When Love was a, 227.
Church and State, 710.
Church Extension, 692.
Church, Songs of the, 680.
Clergy, The Numbering of the, 640.
Cloe, To, 107.
Cloris and Fanny, ?1.
Club, The Brunswick, 642.
Cocker, on Church Reform, 661.
College Exercises, Fragments of, 64.
Come, chase that Starting Tear Away, 227.
Come Not, oh Lord, 244.
Come o'er the Sea, 193:
Come, play Me That Simple Air Again, 316.
Come, rest in This Bosom, 196.
Come, Ye Disconsolate, 248.
Common Sense and Genius, 226.
Comrades and Friends ! with Whom, Where'er,

301.
Consultation, The, 656.
Copy of An Intercepted Despatch, 593
Corn and Catholics, 604.
Corrected Report of Some Late Speeches, A,

647
Correspondence between a Lady and Gentle-

man, 580.
Corruption, an Epistle, 530.
Corry, Esq., To James, 307.
Cotton and Corn, 600.
Count Me, on the Summer Trees, 19.
Country Cousins, News for, 597.

Country Dance and Quadrille, 308.
Criticism, Genius and, 311.
Crystal-Hunters, The, 228.
Cupbearers, Song of the Two, 317.
Cupid and Psyche, 260.
Cupid Armed, 285.
Cupid Once upon a Bed, 34.
Cupid, Sale of, 57.
Cupid's Lottery, 295.
Cupid, Whose Lamp has lent the Ray, 53.
Curate, The Rector and His, 660.
Curious Fact, A, 630.
Dance of Bishops, The, 645.
Dance, The Night, 216.
Dante, Imitation of the Inferno of, 620.
Dawn is Breaking o'er Us, The, 287.
Day-Dream, The, 313.
Day of Love, The, 273.
Day, The Prince's, 184.
Deadman's Island, Written on passing, 157.
Dear Aunt, in the Olden Time of Love, 294.
Dear Fanny, 269,
Dear Harp of My Country, 197.
Dear? Yes, 288.
Death of a Lady, On the, 74.
Desert, Rose of the, 276.
Desmond's Song, 211.
Despatch, Copy of an Intercepted, 593.
Devil among the Scholars, The, 119.
Dialogue, A Recent, 675.
Dialogue between a Sovereign and a One Pound

Note, 586.
Dick ****, 646.
Did not, 67
Dinner, Invitation to, 302.
Dissolution of the Holy Alliance, The, 705.
Doctors, The Three, 595.
Dodsworth, Mr. Roger, 592.
Dog-Day Reflections, 615.
Donegall, To the Marchioness Dowager of, 129.
Donkey and His Panniers, The, 603.
Don Miguel, Ode to, 617.
Do not say That Life is waning, 233.
Dost Thou Remember, 223.
Dream, A, 76.
Dreaming For Ever, 291.
Dream of Antiquity, A, 135.
Dream of Hindostan, A, 641.
Dream of Home, The, 279.
Dream of the Two Sisters, The, 315.
Dream of Those Days, The, 218.
Dream of Turtle, A, 602.
Dreams, 72.
Dreams, Bright be Thy, 228.
Drink of This Cup, 204.
Drink to Her, 179.
Duke is the Lad, The, 664.
Dying Warrior, The, 263.
EARTH, When Cold in the, 199.
East Indian, The, 267.
Echo, 206.
Elegiac Stanzas, 75.
Elegiac Stanzas, 78.
Enigma, 615.
Epigram. -“I never gave a Kiss" (says Prue),

99.
Epigram. -“I want the Court Guide,” said My
Lady,

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Epigram. - What News To-day? -"Oh! Worse

and Worse,” 575.
Epigram. ---Said His Highness to Ned, with

That Grim Face of His, 576.
Epilogue, 312.
Epilogue, Occasional, 297.
Epistle from Captain Rock to Lord Lyndhurst,

696.
Epistle from Erasmus on Earth to Cicero in the

Shades, 664.
Epistle from Henry of Exeter to John of Tuam,

680.
Epistle from Tom Crib to Big Ben, 702.
Epistle of Condolence, 634.
Epitaph on a Tuft-Hunter, 596.
Erin, oh Erin, 178.
Erin! The Tear and the Smile in Thine Eyes,

171.
Euthanasia of Van, The, 629.
Eveleen's Bower, 176.
Evening Gun, The, 258.
Evenings in Greece, 332.
Evil Spirit of the Woods, Song of the, 149.
Exile, The, 280.
Expostulation to Lord King, An, 587.
Extinguishers, The, 714.
Extract from a Prologue, 297.
Extracts from My Diary, 759.
Extracts from My Diary, 769.
Extracts from the Diary of a Politician, 575.
Eyes, Black and Blue, 269.
Eyes, To Ladies' 201.
Fables for the Holy Alliance, 705.

1. The Dissolution of The Holy Alliance,

705.
II. The Looking-Glasses, 706.
III. The Torch of Liberty, 708.
IV. The Fly and the Bullock, 709

V. Church and State, 710.
VI. The Little Grand Lama, 712.
VII. The Extinguishers, 714.
VIII. Louis Fourteenth's Wig, 715.
Fairest! put on Awhile, 209.
Fallen is Thy Throne, 241.
Fall of Hebe, The, 109.
Family Way, All in the, 591.
Fancy, 301
Fancy Fair, The, 281.
Fanny, Cloris and, 71.
Fanny, Dearest, 85.
Farce, The Triumphs of, 693.
Fare Thee Well, Perfidious Maid, 52.
Fare Thee Well, Thou Lovely One, 223.
Farewell ! — but Whenever You welcome the

Hour, 191.
Farewell, Theresa, 232.
Fear not That, While Around Thee, 237.
Fee and Hum, the Two Birds of Royalty, 699.
Ferdinand, Ode to, 608.
Fête, The Summer, 320.
Fill Me, Boy, as Deep a Draught, 49.
Fill the Bumper Fair, 197.
Fionnuala, The Song of, 177.
Fire-Fly, To the, 142.
Fire-Worshippers, The, 431.
First Angel's Story, 483.
Flowers, The Language of, 287.

Thou Shining River, 221.

Fly and the Bullock, The, 709.
Flying-Fish, To the, 126.
Fly Not Thus My Brow of Snow, 41.
Fly Not Yet, 172.
Fools' Paradise, 659.
Forbes, To the Lord Viscount, 142.
Forget not the Field, 201.
For Thee Alone,

277.
Fortune-Teller, The, 205.
Fountain, The Leaf and the, 261.
Fragment, 97
Fragment of a Character, 307:
Fragment of a Mythological Hymn to Love,

108.
Fragments of College Exercises, 64.
Friend, On the Death of a, 306.
Friendship, A Temple to, 221.
From Dread Leucadia's Frowning Steep, 53.
From Life without Freedom, 269.
From the Hon. Henry —, to Lady Emma

649.
From This Hour the Pledge is given, 219.
Fudge Family in Paris, The, 718.
Letter I. From Miss Biddy Fudge to Miss

Dorothy -, of Clonkilty, in Ire-

land, 719:
II. From Phil. Fudge, Esq., to the

Lord Viscount Castlereagh, 721.
III. From Mr. Bob Fudge to Richard

- Esq., 723.
IV. From Phelim Connor to — 725.
V. From Miss Biddy Fudge to Miss

Dorothy
VI. From Phil. Fudge, Esq.; to His

Brother Tim Fudge, Esq., Barris-

ter at Law, 731.
VII. From Phelim Connor to - , 734.
VIII. From Mr. Bob Fudge to Richard

Esq., 737
IX. From Phil. Fudge, Esq., to the Lord

Viscount Castlereagh, 740.
X. From Miss Biddy Fudge to Miss

Dorothy - 745.
XI. From Phelim Connor to —, 748.
XII. From Miss Biddy Fudge to Miss

Dorothy 749.
Fudges in England, The, 754,
Letter I. From Patrick Magan, Esq., to the

Rev. Richard Curate of —,

in Ireland, 755
II. From Miss Biddy Fudge, to Mrs.
Elizabeth

757:
Extracts from My Diary, 759.
III. From Miss Fanny Fudge, to her

Cousin, Miss Kitty — 760.
IV. From Patrick Magan, Esq., to the

Rev. Richard —, 763
V. From Larry O'Branigan in Eng-

land, to His Wife Judy, at Mul-

linafad, 765.
VI. From Miss Biddy Fudge, to Mrs.

Elizabeth 767

Extracts from My Diary, 769.
VII. From Miss Fanny Fudge, to her

Cousin, Miss Kitty - 771.
VIII. From Bob Fudge, Esq., to the Rev.

Mortimer O'Mulligan, 774.
IX. From Larry O'Branigan, to his Wife

Judy, 775.

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GARLAND I send Thee, The, 238.
Gayly sounds the Castanet, 226.
Gazel, 310,
Gazelle, The, 234:
Genius and Criticism, 311.
Genius, Common Sense and, 226.
Genius of Harmony, The, 92.
Ghost of Miltiades, The, 635.
Ghost Story, A, 677.
Give Me the Harp of Epic Song, 13.
Glory, Peace and, 102.
Go forth to the Mount, 251.
Go, let Me weep, 244.
Go, Now, and dream, 231.
Go, Then – 't is Vain, 228.
Go Where Glory waits Thee, 170.
Grand Dinner of Type and Co., 690.
Grand Lama, The Little, 712.
Grecian Girl's Dream of the Blessed Islands,

The, 104.
Greece, Evenings in, 332.
Greek of Meleager, From the, 84.
Grenada, The Young Muleteers of, 268.
Guess, guess, 289.
Gun, The Evening, 258.
Halcyon hangs o'er Ocean, The, 283.
Haram, The Light of the, 464.
Hark! the Vesper Hymn is stealing, 224.
Hark! 'T is the Breeze, 250.
Harmony, The Genius of, 92.
Harp That Once thro' Tara's Halls, The, 171.
Harp, The Origin of the, 183.
Has Sorrow Thy Young Days shaded, 193.
Haste Thee, Nymph, Whose Well-aimed Spear,

49.
Hat, Ode to a, 596.
Hat versus Wig, 608.
Hear Me but Once, 227.
Heart and Lute, My, 275.
Heathcote, To Lady, 118.
Hebe, The Fall of, 109.
Hercules, Song of, to His Daughter, 278.
Here at Thy Tomb, 57.
Here recline You, Gentle Maid, 25.
Here sleeps Anacreon, in This Ívied Shade, 54.
Here sleeps the Bard, 233.
Here's the Bower, 270.
Here, take My Heart, 266.
Her Last Words at Parting, 277.
Hero and Leander, 261.
He Who instructs the Youthful Crew, 45.
High-Born Ladye, The, 264.
High Priest of Apollo to a Virgin of Delphi,

From the, 96.
Hindostan, A Dream of, 641.
Hip, Hip, Hurra, 256.
Hither, Gentle Muse of Mine, 52.
Holland, To Lady, 312.
Holy Alliance, The Dissolution of the, 705.
Home, The Dream of, 279.
Homeward March, The, 280.
Hope comes Again, 236.
Hope, Love and, 224.

Horace:
Ode I. Lib. III. – I hate Thee, oh, Mob, as

My Lady hates Delf, 584.
Ode XI. Lib. II.- Come, Yarmouth, My

Boy, Never trouble your Brains, 577.
Ode XXII. Lib. I. - The Man Who keeps a

Conscience Pure, 578.
Ode XXXVIII. Lib. 1.- Boy, tell the Cook

That I hate All Nicknackeries, 584.
How am I to punish Thee, 17.
How Dear to Me the Hour, 174.
How Happy, Once, 274.
How I Love the Festive Boy, 36.
How lightly mounts the Muse's Wing, 251.
How Oft has the Banshee cried, 175.
How Oft, When watching Stars, 232.
How shall I woo, 238.
How to make a Good Politician, 633.
How to make One's Self a Peer, 663.
How to write by Proxy, 619.
Hume, Esq. M.D., To Thomas, 145.
Hunter-Boy, Love is a, 227.
Hush, hush, 256.
Hush, Sweet Lute, 290.
Hymen, Love and, 305.
Hymn of a Virgin of Delphi, 77.
Hymn of Welcome after the Recess, A, 589.
Hyperborean, Song of a, 285.
I care not for the Idle State, 16.
I'd mourn the Hopes, 193.
Idols, King Crack and His, 575.
“ If" and " Perhaps,” 626.
I fear That Love disturbs My Rest, 53.
If Hoarded Gold possest the Power, 34.
If in Loving, Singing, 235.
If I were Yonder Wave, My Dear, 137.
If Thou 'lt be Mine, 200.
If Thou wouldst have Me sing and play, 281.
I know That Heaven hath sent Me Here, 36.
I know Thou lovest a Brimming Measure, 53.
Ill Omens, 180.
I love but Thee, 274.
Imitation, 302.
Imitation of Catullus, 98.
Imitation of the Inferno of Dante, 620.
Impromptu, 113.
Impromptu, 156.
Impromptu, 584.
Incantation, 632.
Incantation, An, 601.
Inconstancy, 75:
Indian Boat, The, 264.
Indian Maid, The Young, 279.
Indian, The East, 267.
In Myrtle Wreaths, 60.
Innisfail, Song of, 216.
Insurrection of the Papers, The, 571.
Intended Tribute, 689.
Interce ed Letters, etc., 556.
Letter I. From the Princess Charlotte of

Wales to the Lady Barbara Ash-

ley, 556.
II. From Colonel M'Mahon to Gould

Francis Leckie, Esq., 557.
III. From George Prince Regent to the

Earl of Yarmouth, 559.
IV. From the Right Hon. Patrick Dui.

genan to the Right Hon. Sir John
Nichol, 560.

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