Another Inscription For A Stone Erected On A Similar Occasion At The Same Place In The Following Year.
Elegy IV. Anno Aetates 18. To My Tutor, Thomas Young, Chaplain Of The English Merchants Resident At Hamburg.
Inscription For A Stone Erected At The Sowing Of A Grove Of Oaks At Chillington, The Seat Of T. Giffard, Esq., 1790.
Lines Composed For A Memorial Of Ashley Cowper, Esq. Immediately After His Death, By His Nephew William Of Weston.
On The Burning Of Lord Mansfields Library, Together With His Mss., By The Mob, In The Month Of June 1780.
On The Same. (On The Burning Of Lord Mansfields Library, Together With His Mss., By The Mob, In The Month Of June 1780.)
The Diverting History Of John Gilpin; Showing How He Went Farther Than He Intended, And Came Safe Home Again.
To Mr. John Rouse, Librarian of the University of Oxford, An Ode on a Lost Volume of my Poems Which He Desired Me to Replace that He Might Add Them to My Other Works Deposited in the Library.
To The Spanish Admiral Count Gravina, On His Translating The Authors Song On A Rose Into Italian Verse.
Verses Addressed To A Country Clergyman, Complaining Of The Disagreeableness Of The Day Annually Appointed For Receiving The Dues At The Parsonage
Verses, Supposed To Be Written By Alexander Selkirk, During His Solitary Abode In The Island Of Juan Fernandez.