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erses, making Part of an Epitaph on the same
1725, Virtue and Fame. To the Countess of Egremont, 79 Addition, extempore, by Earl Hardwicke, Letter to Earl Hardwicke: occasioned by the foregoing verses,
81 Hymn to Eliza,
82 On reading Miss Carter's Poems in Manuscript, Mount Edgecumbe, Invitation. To the Dowager Duchess D'Aiguillon, 86 To Colonel Drumgold,
ibid. Epitaph on Captain Grenville,
88 On Captain Cornwall, llain off Toulon, 1743, ibid. On Good Humour. Written at Eaton-School,
1729, Some Additional Stanzas to Astolfo's Voyage to the Moon, in Ariosto,
90 To a Young Lady. With the Tragedy of Venice Preserved,
94 Inscription for a Buft of Lady Suffolk; designed
to be set up in a Wood at Stowe, 1732, 95 Sulpicia to Cerinthus, in her Sickness. From Ti.
bullus. (Sent to a Friend, in a Lady's Name) ib. Sulpicia to Cerinthus, Cato's Speech to Labienus, in the Ninth Book of Lucan,
To Mr. Glover, on the Poem of Leonidas.
Page 98 To William Pitt, Esq; on his losing his Commif
fion, in the Year 1736,
THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
W I L L I AM PITT, ESQ.
Paymaster-General of his Majesty's Forces, -One of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council;
And to the HONOURABLE SIR GEORGE LYTTELTON, BART. One of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury;
Are inscribed by the Author ;
Who is desirous that the Friendship, With which they have for many Years honoured him, And the sincere Affection and high Efteem,
Which he hath conceived for them,
May be known
Shall make known the Name of