To the Author of the Man of Feeling
To the Memory of a young Woman, found dead in St. George's Fields
Invocation to the Deity
On the Death of Miss B.
The Hamadryad's Petition
To Mr. Digby on his attention to a Family in Distress
On Reading Lines in praise of Indifference
Reflections in a Starlight Night
To Lord B.
To the Memory of my Brother Marcellus
Charity and Hypocrisy
Verses on Caprice
Horatio and Amanda
Elegy on the Death of the Daughter of Mrs. Britten
The Cavern of the Furies
Epitaph on a favourite old Horse
Verses on a Particular Occasion
To the Author of an Elegy on Captain Cooke
Epistle from Lion the House-Dog to a Friend
On Reading Dr. Johnson's Tour to the Hebrides
To ****** on his Birth-day
Prologue designed for a young Woman
Verses on a Lady leaving off Cards
A Religious Reflection
On sitting with Mrs. Siddons, at Chapel
To a young Clergyman
To the Memory of Mrs. Simpson
Lines addressed to the Earl of Bute
To the Memory of Sir Wm. Young, Bart.
Lines to the Reverend Dr. Fordyce
—— To Candour
To the Memory of Miss C. W.
Lines left at North Hinton
—— On the Providential Escape of my Honoured Mother
—— to the Memory of W. H. Bevan, Esq.
—— On the Cold Weather
Fable of the Dogs
The Squirrel to his Mistress
The Peasant to his Dog
On the Death of a Robin Red-breast
A Religious Supplication
Written at the Rectory, at Byfleet
To a Poetical Gentleman
To the Memory of Mrs. Colberg
Lines to Her Royal Highness the Dutchess [sic] of York
—— On the Conduct of Admiral Duncan
On the Nuptials of the Princess Royal with the Duke of Wirtemberg
On the Death of Dr. Fordyce
—————— Lady Darell
Epitaph of Mr. R. Smith
To the Memory of Lady E. Worsely
To the Memory of the Rev. G. Sewell
On the Death of Ladies M. and J. Colyear
To the Memory of Lady Young
To ****** on her Birth-day
Lines on the Blessing of Peace
To His Majesty, on Peace
On some Troops coming to Chertsey
On the Death of C. Pembroke, Esq.
On the Death of Sir. R. Sutton
Lines to the Memory of J. Milbank, Esq.
The Mother's Invitation
The Horse and the Colt
Lines on an Instance of Filial Attention
To M. G. Lewis, Esq.
Sonnet to Meekness