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TO ii'.r

FLOWERS OF LITERATURE;

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1804.

Address, Poetical, to the fliade of Guttemburg, of Menii,
p'*ge i. Poetical and admonitory to London, 22. Poetical
one of Shakefpcare to an apparation, Motto, 26. Of Virgil
to a barbarian, Motto, 41.

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Agenis, written by Barclay, praifed by Cow per, 37.

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Alphabet, Combat of the, 91.

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Amour, le Terns et 1', French Ode, 124..

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6. Humorous, of a mifchance of French gallantry, 24.
Of a French antiquarian vifiting the Egyptian catacombs,
24. Melancholic, of maternal delpair, poetically related, 30.

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birth-day, 276.

Animals, their gentlenefs in England, Note, 216.

Antiquarian, A French, vifitiug the Egyptian Catacombs, 16.

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Augereau, an inftance of his ferocity, 68.

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one with a bookleller, on libels, 171. Defence of the li-
terary character, by one of them, 173. A virtuous one
refufing to write fcandal, 174.

Authorfhip, Mil'chance in, attributed by Cowper more to want
of pains-taking than to want of ability, 40.

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