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T the desire of some Gentlemen, A
for whose Taste and Judgment the Editor hath the greatest Respect, he has added to this Edition of Mr. Gray's Poems two Latin Translations of the celebrated Elegy written in a Country Church-Yard, with a poetical Address to the Author ; one by the Rev. Mr. Lloyd, the other by an anonymous Perfun; as also a Translation of the fame into Italian : which, it is hoped, will not be inacceptable to the clafrcal Reader.
CON TEN T S.
ODE on the Spring;
on the Death of a FAVOURITE Cat, 19
on a distant Prospect of Eton COLLEGE, 25 A LONG STORY,
35 Hymn to ADVERSITY,
51 The PROGRESS of Poesy,
57 The BARD,
71 The FATAL SISTERS,
93 The Descent of ODIN, The TRIUMPHS of Owen, CARMEN ELEGIACUM,
117 ELEGIA, &c.
130 ELEGY written in a COUNTRY CHURCH-,
YARD, ELEGIA, scritta in Coemeteria di Campagna, 153 ODE performed in CAMBRIDGE
at the INSTALLATION of the Duke of GRAFTON,