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Title page

COPYRIGHT

Jonathan Swift: Parts Edition

Parts Edition Contents

The Complete Poetry

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS

ODE TO DOCTOR WILLIAM SANCROFT LATE LORD BISHOP OF CANTERBURY

ODE TO THE HON. SIR WILLIAM TEMPLE

ODE TO KING WILLIAM

ODE TO THE ATHENIAN SOCIETY

TO MR. CONGREVE

OCCASIONED BY SIR WILLIAM TEMPLE’S LATE ILLNESS AND RECOVERY

WRITTEN IN A LADY’S IVORY TABLE-BOOK, 1698

MRS. FRANCES HARRIS’S PETITION, 1699

A BALLAD ON THE GAME OF TRAFFIC

A BALLAD TO THE TUNE OF THE CUT-PURSE

THE DISCOVERY

THE PROBLEM, “THAT MY LORD BERKELEY STINKS WHEN HE IS IN LOVE”

THE DESCRIPTION OF A SALAMANDER, 1705

TO CHARLES MORDAUNT, EARL OF PETERBOROUGH

ON THE UNION

ON MRS. BIDDY FLOYD; OR, THE RECEIPT TO FORM A BEAUTY. 1707

THE REVERSE

APOLLO OUTWITTED

ANSWER TO LINES FROM MAY FAIR

VANBRUGH’S HOUSE

VANBRUGH’S HOUSE, BUILT FROM THE RUINS OF WHITEHALL THAT WAS BURNT, 1703

BAUCIS AND PHILEMON

BAUCIS AND PHILEMON

THE HISTORY OF VANBRUGH’S HOUSE 1708

A GRUB-STREET ELEGY

THE EPITAPH

A DESCRIPTION OF THE MORNING

A DESCRIPTION OF A CITY SHOWER

ON THE LITTLE HOUSE BY THE CHURCHYARD OF CASTLENOCK 1710

A TOWN ECLOGUE. 1710

A CONFERENCE BETWEEN SIR HARRY PIERCE’S CHARIOT, AND MRS. D. STOPFORD’S CHAIR

TO LORD HARLEY, ON HIS MARRIAGE OCTOBER 31, 1713

PHYLLIS; OR, THE PROGRESS OF LOVE, 1716

HORACE, BOOK IV, ODE IX ADDRESSED TO ARCHBISHOP KING, 1718

TO MR. DELANY,

AN ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF DEMAR, THE USURER; WHO DIED ON THE 6TH OF JULY, 1720

EPITAPH ON THE SAME

TO MRS. HOUGHTON OF BOURMONT, ON PRAISING HER HUSBAND TO DR. SWIFT

VERSES WRITTEN ON A WINDOW, AT THE DEANERY HOUSE, ST. PATRICK’S

ON ANOTHER WINDOW

APOLLO TO THE DEAN. 1720

NEWS FROM PARNASSUS BY DR. DELANY

APOLLO’S EDICT OCCASIONED BY “NEWS FROM PARNASSUS”

THE DESCRIPTION OF AN IRISH FEAST

TRANSLATED ALMOST LITERALLY OUT OF THE ORIGINAL IRISH. 1720

THE PROGRESS OF BEAUTY. 1719

THE PROGRESS OF MARRIAGE

THE PROGRESS OF POETRY

THE SOUTH-SEA PROJECT. 1721

FABULA CANIS ET UMBRAE

A PROLOGUE BILLET TO A COMPANY OF PLAYERS SENT WITH THE PROLOGUE

EPILOGUE TO MR. HOPPY’S BENEFIT-NIGHT, AT SMOCK-ALLEY

PROLOGUE TO A PLAY FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE DISTRESSED WEAVERS. BY DR. SHERIDAN. SPOKEN BY MR. ELRINGTON. 1721

EPILOGUE TO A BENEFIT PLAY, GIVEN IN BEHALF OF THE DISTRESSED WEAVERS. BY THE DEAN. SPOKEN BY MR. GRIFFITH

ANSWER TO DR. SHERIDAN’S PROLOGUE, AND TO DR. SWIFT’S EPILOGUE. IN BEHALF OF THE DISTRESSED WEAVERS. BY DR. DELANY.

ON GAULSTOWN HOUSE

THE COUNTRY LIFE

DR. DELANY’S VILLA

ON ONE OF THE WINDOWS AT DELVILLE

CARBERIAE RUPES

CARBERY ROCKS

COPY OF THE BIRTH-DAY VERSES ON MR. FORD

ON DREAMS AN IMITATION OF PETRONIUS

SENT BY DR. DELANY TO DR. SWIFT, IN ORDER TO BE ADMITTED TO SPEAK TO HIM WHEN HE WAS DEAF. 1724

THE ANSWER

A QUIET LIFE AND A GOOD NAME TO A FRIEND WHO MARRIED A SHREW. 1724

ADVICE TO THE GRUB-STREET VERSE-WRITERS 1726

A PASTORAL DIALOGUE

DESIRE AND POSSESSION 1727

ON CENSURE 1727

THE FURNITURE OF A WOMAN’S MIND 1727

CLEVER TOM CLINCH GOING TO BE HANGED. 1727

DR. SWIFT TO MR. POPE, WHILE HE WAS WRITING THE “DUNCIAD”

A LOVE POEM FROM A PHYSICIAN TO HIS MISTRESS

BOUTS RIMEZ ON SIGNORA DOMITILLA

HELTER SKELTER; OR, THE HUE AND CRY AFTER THE ATTORNEYS UPON THEIR RIDING THE CIRCUIT

THE PUPPET-SHOW

THE JOURNAL OF A MODERN LADY IN A LETTER TO A PERSON OF QUALITY. 1728

THE LOGICIANS REFUTED

THE ELEPHANT; OR, THE PARLIAMENT MAN

PAULUS: AN EPIGRAM

THE ANSWER. BY DR. SWIFT

A DIALOGUE BETWEEN AN EMINENT LAWYER AND DR. JONATHAN SWIFT, D.S.P.D. IN ALLUSION TO HORACE, BOOK II, SATIRE I

ON BURNING A DULL POEM

AN EXCELLENT NEW BALLAD OR, THE TRUE ENGLISH DEAN TO BE HANGED FOR A RAPE. 1730

ON STEPHEN DUCK THE THRESHER, AND FAVOURITE POET

THE LADY’S DRESSING-ROOM. 1730

THE POWER OF TIME. 1730

CASSINUS AND PETER: A TRAGICAL ELEGY

A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG NYMPH GOING TO BED.

STREPHON AND CHLOE 1731

APOLLO; OR, A PROBLEM SOLVED 1731

THE PLACE OF THE DAMNED 1731

THE DAY OF JUDGMENT

JUDAS. 1731

AN EPISTLE TO MR. GAY 1731

TO A LADY WHO DESIRED THE AUTHOR TO WRITE SOME VERSES UPON HER IN THE HEROIC STYLE

EPIGRAM ON THE BUSTS IN RICHMOND HERMITAGE. 1732

ANOTHER

A CONCLUSION DRAWN FROM THE ABOVE EPIGRAMS, AND SENT TO THE DRAPIER

DR. SWIFT’S ANSWER

TO THE REVEREND DR. SWIFT

VERSES LEFT WITH A SILVER STANDISH ON THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S DESK, ON HIS BIRTH-DAY. BY DR. DELANY

VERSES OCCASIONED BY THE FOREGOING PRESENTS

VERSES SENT TO THE DEAN WITH AN EAGLE QUILL, ON HEARING OF THE PRESENTS BY THE EARL OF ORRERY AND DR. DELANY.

AN INVITATION, BY DR. DELANY, IN THE NAME OF DR. SWIFT

THE BEASTS’ CONFESSION TO THE PRIEST, ON OBSERVING HOW MOST MEN MISTAKE THEIR OWN TALENTS. 1732

THE PARSON’S CASE

THE HARDSHIP UPON THE LADIES 1733

A LOVE SONG IN THE MODERN TASTE. 1733

THE STORM MINERVA’S PETITION

ODE ON SCIENCE

A YOUNG LADY’S COMPLAINT FOR THE STAY OF THE DEAN IN ENGLAND

ON THE DEATH OF DR. SWIFT

ON POETRY A RHAPSODY. 1733

VERSES SENT TO THE DEAN ON HIS BIRTH-DAY, WITH PINE’S HORACE, FINELY BOUND. BY DR. J. SICAN

EPIGRAM BY MR. BOWYER INTENDED TO BE PLACED UNDER THE HEAD OF GULLIVER. 1733

ON PSYCHE

THE DEAN AND DUKE 1734

WRITTEN BY DR. SWIFT ON HIS OWN DEAFNESS, IN SEPTEMBER, 1734

THE DEAN’S COMPLAINT, TRANSLATED AND ANSWERED

THE DEAN’S MANNER OF LIVING

EPIGRAM BY MR. BOWYER

VERSES MADE FOR FRUIT-WOMEN

ON ROVER, A LADY’S SPANIEL

EPIGRAMS ON WINDOWS

TO JANUS, ON NEW YEAR’S DAY, 1726

A MOTTO FOR MR. JASON HASARD

TO A FRIEND WHO HAD BEEN MUCH ABUSED IN MANY INVETERATE LIBELS

CATULLUS DE LESBIA

ON A CURATE’S COMPLAINT OF HARD DUTY

TO BETTY, THE GRISETTE

EPIGRAM FROM THE FRENCH

EPIGRAM

EPIGRAM ADDED BY STELLA

JOAN CUDGELS NED

VERSES ON TWO CELEBRATED MODERN POETS

EPITAPH ON GENERAL GORGES, AND LADY MEATH

VERSES ON I KNOW NOT WHAT

DR. SWIFT TO HIMSELF ON ST. CECILIA’S DAY

AN ANSWER TO A FRIEND’S QUESTION

EPITAPH INSCRIBED ON A MARBLE TABLET, IN BERKELEY CHURCH, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

EPITAPH ON FREDERICK, DUKE OF SCHOMBERG

VERSES WRITTEN DURING LORD CARTERET’S ADMINISTRATION OF IRELAND

AN APOLOGY TO LADY CARTERET

THE BIRTH OF MANLY VIRTUE

ON PADDY’S CHARACTER OF THE “INTELLIGENCER.” 1729

AN EPISTLE TO HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN, LORD CARTERET BY DR. DELANY. 1729

AN EPISTLE UPON AN EPISTLE

A LIBEL ON THE REVEREND DR. DELANY, AND HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN, LORD CARTERET 1729

TO DR. DELANY ON THE LIBELS WRITTEN AGAINST HIM. 1729

DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING A BIRTH-DAY SONG. 1729

THE PHEASANT AND THE LARK A FABLE BY DR. DELANY 1730

ANSWER TO DR. DELANY’S FABLE OF THE PHEASANT AND LARK. 1730

DEAN SMEDLEY’S PETITION TO THE DUKE OF GRAFTON

THE DUKE’S ANSWER BY DR. SWIFT

PARODY ON A CHARACTER OF DEAN SMEDLEY, WRITTEN IN LATIN BY HIMSELF

TO LOVE

A REBUS. BY VANESSA

THE DEAN’S ANSWER

STELLA’S BIRTH-DAY MARCH 13, 1718-19

STELLA’S BIRTH-DAY. 1719-20

TO STELLA, WHO COLLECTED AND TRANSCRIBED HIS POEMS 1720

TO STELLA VISITING ME IN MY SICKNESS 1720

STELLA TO DR. SWIFT ON HIS BIRTH-DAY, NOV. 30, 1721

TO STELLA ON HER BIRTH-DAY, 1721-2

ON THE GREAT BURIED BOTTLE BY DR. DELANY

EPITAPH BY THE SAME

STELLA’S BIRTH-DAY: A GREAT BOTTLE OF WINE, LONG BURIED, BEING THAT DAY DUG UP. 1722-3

STELLA AT WOOD PARK, A HOUSE OF CHARLES FORD, ESQ., NEAR DUBLIN 1723

A NEW YEAR’S GIFT FOR BEC 1723-4

DINGLEY AND BRENT A SONG

TO STELLA

VERSES BY STELLA

A RECEIPT TO RESTORE STELLA’S YOUTH. 1724-5

STELLA’S BIRTH-DAY. 1724-5

BEC’S BIRTH-DAY NOV. 8, 1726

ON THE COLLAR OF TIGER, MRS. DINGLEY’S LAP-DOG

STELLA’S BIRTH-DAY

DEATH AND DAPHNE

RIDDLES BY DR. SWIFT AND HIS FRIENDS. WRITTEN IN OR ABOUT THE YEAR 1724

PETHOX THE GREAT. 1723

ON A PEN. 1724

ON GOLD

ON THE POSTERIORS

ON A HORN

ON A CORKSCREW

THE GULF OF ALL HUMAN POSSESSIONS 1724

LOUISA TO STREPHON. 1724

A MAYPOLE. 1725

ON THE MOON

ON A CIRCLE

ON INK

ON THE FIVE SENSES

FONTINELLA TO FLORINDA

AN ECHO

ON A SHADOW IN A GLASS;

ON TIME

ON THE GALLOWS

ON THE VOWELS

ON SNOW

ON A CANNON

ON A PAIR OF DICE

ON A CANDLE TO LADY CARTERET

TO LADY CARTERET BY DR. DELANY

ANSWERED BY DR. SWIFT

TO LADY CARTERET

ANSWERED BY DR. SHERIDAN

A RIDDLE

ANSWER, BY MR. F -- R

A LETTER TO DR. HELSHAM

PROBATUR ALITER

POEMS COMPOSED AT MARKET HILL

ON CUTTING DOWN THE THORN AT MARKET-HILL. 1727

TO DEAN SWIFT BY SIR ARTHUR ACHESON. 1728

DEAN SWIFT AT SIR ARTHUR ACHESON’S IN THE NORTH OF IRELAND

ON A VERY OLD GLASS AT MARKET-HILL

ANSWERED EXTEMPORE BY DR. SWIFT

EPITAPH IN BERKELEY CHURCH-YARD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

MY LADY’S LAMENTATION AND COMPLAINT AGAINST THE DEAN

A PASTORAL DIALOGUE. 1728

THE GRAND QUESTION DEBATED:

DRAPIER’S-HILL. 1730

THE DEAN’S REASONS FOR NOT BUILDING AT DRAPIER’S-HILL

THE REVOLUTION AT MARKET-HILL 1730

ROBIN AND HARRY. 1730

A PANEGYRIC ON THE DEAN

TWELVE ARTICLES

POLITICAL POETRY

MR. WILLIAM CROWE’S ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY, TURNED INTO METRE

JACK FRENCHMAN’S LAMENTATION

THE GARDEN PLOT

SID HAMET’S ROD

THE VIRTUES OF SID HAMET THE MAGICIAN’S ROD. 1710

THE FAMOUS SPEECH-MAKER OF ENGLAND

PARODY ON THE RECORDER’S SPEECH TO HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF ORMOND, 4TH JULY, 1711

THE RECORDER’S SPEECH EXPLAINED BY THE TORIES

THE SPEECH

BALLAD

ATLAS; OR, THE MINISTER OF STATE

LINES WRITTEN EXTEMPORE ON MR. HARLEY’S BEING STABBED, AND ADDRESSED TO HIS PHYSICIAN, 1710-11

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG BEING THE INTENDED SPEECH OF A FAMOUS ORATOR AGAINST PEACE. 1711

THE SPEECH

CORINNA, A BALLAD 1711-12

THE FABLE OF MIDAS. 1711-12

TOLAND’S INVITATION TO DISMAL TO DINE WITH THE CALVES’ HEAD CLUB

PEACE AND DUNKIRK

HORACE, EPIST. I, VII IMITATION OF HORACE TO LORD OXFORD, A.D. 1713

THE AUTHOR UPON HIMSELF

THE FAGOT

HORACE, BOOK II, ODE I, PARAPHRASED ADDRESSED TO RICHARD STEELE, ESQ. 1714

DENNIS’ INVITATION TO STEELE

IN SICKNESS

THE FABLE OF THE BITCHES

THE MORAL

HORACE, BOOK III, ODE II

ON THE CHURCH’S DANGER

A POEM ON HIGH CHURCH

A POEM OCCASIONED BY THE HANGINGS IN THE CASTLE OF DUBLIN, IN WHICH THE STORY OF PHAETHON IS EXPRESSED

A TALE OF A NETTLE

A SATIRICAL ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF A LATE FAMOUS GENERAL

POEMS CHIEFLY RELATING TO IRISH POLITICS

PARODY ON THE SPEECH OF DR. BENJAMIN PRATT, PROVOST OF TRINITY COLLEGE TO THE PRINCE OF WALES

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG ON A SEDITIOUS PAMPHLET. 1720-21

THE RUN UPON THE BANKERS

UPON THE HORRID PLOT DISCOVERED BY HARLEQUIN, THE BISHOP OF ROCHESTER’S FRENCH DOG, IN A DIALOGUE BETWEEN A WHIG AND A TORY

A QUIBBLING ELEGY ON JUDGE BOAT 1723

THE EPITAPH

VERSES OCCASIONED BY WHITSHED’S MOTTO ON HIS COACH. 1724

PROMETHEUS ON WOOD THE PATENTEE’S IRISH HALFPENCE 1724

VERSES ON THE REVIVAL OF THE ORDER OF THE BATH, DURING WALPOLE’S ADMINISTRATION, A. D. 1725

EPIGRAM ON WOOD’S BRASS MONEY

A SIMILE ON OUR WANT OF SILVER, AND THE ONLY WAY TO REMEDY IT. 1725

WOOD AN INSECT. 1725

ON WOOD THE IRONMONGER. 1725

WILL WOOD’S PETITION TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND

A NEW SONG ON WOOD’S HALFPENCE

A SERIOUS POEM UPON WILLIAM WOOD, BRAZIER, TINKER, HARD-WAREMAN, COINER, FOUNDER, AND ESQUIRE

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG, UPON THE DECLARATIONS OF THE SEVERAL CORPORATIONS OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN AGAINST WOOD’S HALFPENCE

VERSES ON THE UPRIGHT JUDGE, WHO CONDEMNED THE DRAPIER’S PRINTER

ON THE SAME

ON THE SAME THE JUDGE SPEAKS

EPIGRAM

HORACE, BOOK I, ODE XIV PARAPHRASED AND INSCRIBED TO IRELAND 1726

VERSES ON THE SUDDEN DRYING UP OF ST. PATRICK’S WELL NEAR TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 1726

ON READING DR. YOUNG’S SATIRE, CALLED THE UNIVERSAL PASSION 1726

THE DOG AND THIEF. 1726

A DIALOGUE BETWEEN MAD MULLINIX AND TIMOTHY 1728

TIM AND THE FABLES

TOM AND DICK

DICK, A MAGGOT

CLAD ALL IN BROWN

DICK’S VARIETY

TRAULUS. PART I

TRAULUS. PART II

A FABLE OF THE LION AND OTHER BEASTS

ON THE IRISH BISHOPS. 1731

HORACE, BOOK IV, ODE IX

ON MR. PULTENEY’S BEING PUT OUT OF THE COUNCIL. 1731

ON THE WORDS BROTHER PROTESTANTS AND FELLOW CHRISTIANS, SO FAMILIARLY USED BY THE ADVOCATES FOR THE REPEAL OF THE TEST-ACT IN IRELAND 1733

BETTESWORTH’S EXULTATION

AN EPIGRAM

AN EPIGRAM INSCRIBED TO THE HONOURABLE SERGEANT KITE

THE YAHOO’S OVERTHROW, OR, THE KEVAN BAYL’S NEW BALLAD, UPON SERGEANT KITE’S INSULTING THE DEAN

ON THE ARCHBISHOP OF CASHEL, AND BETTESWORTH

ON THE IRISH CLUB. 1733

ON NOISY TOM

ON DR. RUNDLE, BISHOP OF DERRY 1734-5

EPIGRAM

A CHARACTER, PANEGYRIC, AND DESCRIPTION OF THE LEGION CLUB

ON A PRINTER’S BEING SENT TO NEWGATE

A VINDICATION OF THE LIBEL; OR, A NEW BALLAD, WRITTEN BY A SHOE-BOY, ON AN ATTORNEY WHO WAS FORMERLY A SHOE-BOY

A FRIENDLY APOLOGY FOR A CERTAIN JUSTICE OF PEACE BY WAY OF DEFENCE OF HARTLEY HUTCHESON, ESQ. BY JAMES BLACK-WELL, OPERATOR FOR THE FEET

AY AND NO

A BALLAD

A WICKED TREASONABLE LIBEL

EPIGRAMS AGAINST CARTHY BY SWIFT AND OTHERS

ON CARTHY’S TRANSLATION OF HORACE

ON CARTHY MINOTAURUS

ON THE SAME

ON THE SAME

IMITATED

AD HORATIUM CUM CARTHIO CONSTRICTUM

IMITATED

AN IRISH EPIGRAM ON THE SAME

ON CARTHY’S TRANSLATION OF LONGINUS

RATIO INTER LONGINUM ET CARTHIUM COMPUTATA

ON THE SAME

CARTHY KNOCKED OUT SOME TEETH FROM HIS NEWS-BOY

ON CARTHY’S PUBLISHING SEVERAL LAMPOONS, UNDER THE NAMES OF INFAMOUS POETASTERS

TO CARTHY

TO CARTHY, ATTRIBUTING SOME PERFORMANCES TO MR. DUNKIN

UPON CARTHY’S THREATENING TO TRANSLATE PINDAR

DR. SWIFT WROTE THE FOLLOWING EPIGRAM

POETICAL EPISTLE TO DR. SHERIDAN

LINES WRITTEN ON A WINDOW IN THE EPISCOPAL PALACE AT KILMORE

DR. SHERIDAN WROTE UNDERNEATH THE FOLLOWING LINES

THE UPSTART

ON THE ARMS OF THE TOWN OF WATERFORD

TRANSLATION

VERSES ON BLENHEIM

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG UPON THE LATE GRAND JURY

AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG UPON HIS GRACE OUR GOOD LORD ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN

BY HONEST JO. ONE OF HIS GRACE’S FARMERS IN FINGAL

TO HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN

TO THE CITIZENS

PUNCH’S PETITION TO THE LADIES

EPIGRAM

EPIGRAM ON JOSIAH HORT

EPIGRAM

TRIFLES

GEORGE ROCHFORT’S VERSES FOR THE REV. DR. SWIFT, DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S, AT LARACOR, NEAR TRIM

A LEFT-HANDED LETTER TO DR. SHERIDAN, 1718

TO THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S IN ANSWER TO HIS LEFT-HANDED LETTER

TO MR. THOMAS SHERIDAND REVEREND AND LEARNED SIR,

AD AMICUM ERUDITUM THOMAM SHERIDAN

TO THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S

TO THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S

AN ANSWER, BY DELANY, TO THOMAS SHERIDAN

A REPLY, BY SHERIDAN, TO DELANY

ANOTHER REPLY, BY SHERIDAN

TO THOMAS SHERIDAN

SWIFT TO SHERIDAN, IN REPLY

AN ANSWER BY SHERIDAN

TO DR. SHERIDAN. 1718

THE ANSWER, BY DR. SHERIDAN

DR. SHERIDAN TO DR. SWIFT 1718

THE DEAN’S ANSWER

DR. SHERIDAN’S REPLY TO THE DEAN

TO THE SAME. BY DR. SHERIDAN

THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S

TO THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S

THE DEAN TO THOMAS SHERIDAN

TO DR. SHERIDAN

1 P.S.

2 P.S.

3 P.S.

DR. SHERIDAN’S ANSWER

DR. SWIFT’S REPLY

A COPY OF A COPY OF VERSES FROM THOMAS SHERIDAN, CLERK, TO GEORGE-NIM-DAN-DEAN, ESQ.

GEORGE-NIM-DAN-DEAN’S ANSWER

GEORGE-NIM-DAN-DEAN’S INVITATION TO THOMAS SHERIDAN

POSTSCRIPT

TO GEORGE-NIM-DAN-DEAN, ESQ.

TO MR. THOMAS SHERIDAN UPON HIS VERSES WRITTEN IN CIRCLES BY DR. SWIFT

ON DR. SHERIDAN’S CIRCULAR VERSES BY MR. GEORGE ROCHFORT

ON DAN JACKSON’S PICTURE, CUT IN SILK AND PAPER

ON THE SAME PICTURE

ON THE SAME

ON THE SAME PICTURE

ON THE SAME PICTURE

JON. SWIFT. DAN JACKSON’S DEFENCE

MR. ROCHFORT’S REPLY

DR. DELANY’S REPLY

SHERIDAN’S REPLY

A REJOINDER BY THE DEAN IN JACKSON’S NAME

ANOTHER REJOINDER BY THE DEAN, IN JACKSON’S NAME

SHERIDAN’S SUBMISSION BY THE DEAN

THE PARDON

THE LAST SPEECH AND DYING WORDS OF DANIEL JACKSON

TO THE REV. DANIEL JACKSON TO BE HUMBLY PRESENTED BY MR. SHERIDAN IN PERSON, WITH RESPECT, CARE, AND SPEED. TO BE DELIVERED BY AND WITH MR. SHERIDAN

POSTSCRIPT

SHERIDAN TO SWIFT

SHERIDAN TO SWIFT

SWIFT TO SHERIDAN

MARY THE COOK-MAID’S LETTER TO DR. SHERIDAN. 1723

A PORTRAIT FROM THE LIFE

ON STEALING A CROWN, WHEN THE DEAN WAS ASLEEP

THE DEAN’S ANSWER

A PROLOGUE TO A PLAY PERFORMED AT MR. SHERIDAN’S SCHOOL. SPOKEN BY ONE OF THE SCHOLARS

THE EPILOGUE

THE SONG

A NEW YEAR’S GIFT FOR THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S GIVEN HIM AT QUILCA. BY SHERIDAN 1723

TO QUILCA A COUNTRY-HOUSE OF DR. SHERIDAN, IN NO VERY GOOD REPAIR. 1725

THE BLESSINGS OF A COUNTRY LIFE 1725

THE PLAGUES OF A COUNTRY LIFE

A FAITHFUL INVENTORY OF THE FURNITURE BELONGING TO -- ROOM IN T. C. D. IN IMITATION OF DR. SWIFT’S MANNER. WRITTEN IN THE YEAR 1725

PALINODIA

A LETTER TO THE DEAN WHEN IN ENGLAND. 1726. BY DR. SHERIDAN

AN INVITATION TO DINNER FROM DOCTOR SHERIDAN TO DOCTOR SWIFT 1727

ON THE FIVE LADIES AT SOT’S HOLE WITH THE DOCTOR AT THEIR HEAD

THE FIVE LADIES’ ANSWER TO THE BEAU WITH THE WIG AND WINGS AT HIS HEAD BY DR. SHERIDAN

THE BEAU’S REPLY TO THE FIVE LADIES’ ANSWER

DR. SHERIDAN’S BALLAD ON BALLY-SPELLIN. 1728

ANSWER. BY DR. SWIFT

AN EPISTLE TO TWO FRIENDS

TO DR. HELSHAM

TO DR. SHERIDAN

DR. HELSHAM’S ANSWER

A TRUE AND FAITHFUL INVENTORY OF THE GOODS BELONGING TO DR. SWIFT, VICAR OF LARACOR. UPON LENDING HIS HOUSE TO THE BISHOP OF MEATH, UNTIL HIS OWN WAS BUILT

A NEW SIMILE FOR THE LADIES WITH USEFUL ANNOTATIONS, BY DR. SHERIDAN 1733

AN ANSWER TO A SCANDALOUS POEM

BY DR. SWIFT: ADVERTISEMENT FROM THE CLOUDS

PEG RADCLIFFE THE HOSTESS’S INVITATION

VERSES BY SHERIDAN

VERSES ADDRESSED TO SWIFT AND TO HIS MEMORY

TO DR. SWIFT ON HIS BIRTH-DAY

ON DR. SWIFT 1733

TO THE REV. DR. SWIFT, DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S A BIRTH-DAY POEM. NOV. 30, 1736

EPIGRAMS OCCASIONED BY DR. SWIFT’S INTENDED HOSPITAL FOR IDIOTS AND LUNATICS

ON THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S BIRTH-DAY BEING NOV. 30, ST. ANDREW’S DAY

AN EPISTLE TO ROBERT NUGENT, ESQ. WITH A PICTURE OF DR. SWIFT. BY WILLIAM DUNKIN, D.D.

ON THE DRAPIER. BY DR. DUNKIN.

EPITAPH PROPOSED FOR DR. SWIFT. 1745

EPIGRAM ON TWO GREAT MEN. 1754

TO THE MEMORY OF DOCTOR SWIFT

R -- T B -- N.

A SCHOOLBOY’S THEME

VERSES ON THE BATTLE OF THE BOOKS

ON DR. SWIFT’S LEAVING HIS ESTATE TO IDIOTS

ON SEVERAL PETTY PIECES

ON FAULKNER’S EDITION OF SWIFT

EPIGRAM ON LORD ORRERY’S REMARKS ON SWIFT’S LIFE AND WRITINGS

TO DOCTOR DELANY ON HIS BOOK ENTITLED “OBSERVATIONS ON LORD ORRERY’S REMARKS”

EPIGRAM

AN INSCRIPTION

AN EPIGRAM OCCASIONED BY THE ABOVE INSCRIPTION

LIST OF POEMS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER

LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

The Memoir

The Delphi Classics Catalogue

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