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ADDISON, Joseph, born 1672, died 1719. Camp. Campaign, a Poem.
AKENSIDE, Mark, 1721-1770. Pl. Im. Pleasures of Imagination.
ALEYN, Charles, 1600-1640. H. VII. Henry VII.
ARBUTHNOT, Dr. John, 1675-1735.

ARMSTRONG, Dr. John, 1709-1779. A. P. H. Art of Preserving Health.
BAILEY, Philip James, 1816, living. Fest. Festus.
BAILLIE, Joanna, 1764-1851.

D. M. De Montfort, a Tragedy.—

Ethw. Ethwald, Tragedy.

BALFE, Michael William, 1808-1870.

BARBAULD, Anna Letitia, 1743-1824.

BARHAM, Richard, (pseud. Thomas Ingoldsby), 1788-1845. Ingold,

Ingoldsby Legends.

BARLOW, Joel, (American), 1755-1812. Col. The Columbiad, a Poem. BARNARD, Lady Anne, 1750-1825. A. R. G. Auld Robin Gray.

BARON, Robert, *1630-1680.

BARRETT, Elizabeth (Mrs. Browning), 1805-1861.
BARTON, Bernard, 1784-1849.

BASTARD, Thomas, *1560-1618.

BAYLY, Thomas Haynes, 1797-1839.

BEATTIE, Dr. James, 1735-1803. Min. Minstre

BECKINGHAM. Charles, 1699-1730.

BEAUMONT, Francis (and FLETCHER), 1585-1616.

Capt. Captain, a

Comedy.-Four P. Four Plays in One.-H. M. Fort. Honest Man's Fortune, a Tragi-Comedy.-Loy. Sub. Loyal Subject, a Tragi-Comedy. -Sp. Cu. Spanish Curate, a Comedy.

BEAUMONT, Sir John, 1582-1628.

BENJAMIN, Park, (American), 1809-1864.
BICKERSTAFF, Isaac, *1735-1805.

BISHOP, 1731-1795.

BLACKMORE, Sir Richard, *1650-1729.



Gra. Grave, a Poem.

BLAIR, Robert, 1699-1746.
BLOOMFIELD, Rob. 1766-1823. F.B. Farmer's Boy.-R. T. Rural Tales,
BOWLES, William Lisle, 1762-1850.
BOWRING, Sir John, 1792-1872.

BRATHWAITE, Richard, 1588-1673. S. 4. The Smoking Age.
BROME, Richard, *1600-1652. Nov. Novella, a Comedy.
BROOKE, Henry, 1706-1783. Earl of W. Earl of Westmoreland.
BROOKE, Lord (Fulke Greville), 1554-1628. Ala. Alaham, a Tragedy
BROWN, Tom, *1650-1704.

BROWNE, Dr. John, 1715-1766. Athel. Athelstan, a Tragedy.
BROWNE, William, 1590-1645. Past. Britannia's Pastorals.
BROWNING, Mrs. See BARRETT, Elizabeth.

BRYANT, William Cullen, (American), 1794-1878.
BUCKINGHAM, John Sheffield, Duke of, 1649-1720.
BUCKINGHAM, Villiers, Duke of, 1627-1688.

BULWER, Sir Edward Lytton (Lord Lytton), 1805–1872.
BUNYAN, John, 1628-1688.

BURNS, Robert, 1759-1796.

Col. Sat. N. Cotter's Saturday Night.


Henp. Husb. Henpeck'd Husband.
BUTLER, Samuel, 1612-1680. Hu. Hudibras.-M. T.


BYROM, John, 1691--1763.

BYRON, George Gordon, Lord, 1788-1824. B. Ab. Bride of Abydos.— Ch. H. Childe Harold.-Cors. Corsair.-Doge V. Doge of Venice.D. J. Don Juan.-Eng. B. English Bards and Scotch Reviewers.Sard. Sardanapalus.-Cor. Siege of Corinth.-Vis. J. Vision of Judg


CAMPBELL, Thomas, 1777-1844. P. H. Pleasures of Hope.
CANNING, George, 1770-1827.

CAREW, Lady Elizabeth, temp. James 1. Mar. Marmion, the Fair Queen of Jewry, a Tragedy.

CAREW, Thomas, 1589-1639.

CAREY, Henry, *1690-1743. Chron. Chrononhotonthologus.
CARTWRIGHT, William, 1611-1643.

vert, a Tragi-comedy.

CARY, Henry Francis, 1772-1844.
CAWTHORN, James, 1719-1761.

CHAPMAN, George, 1557-1634. C. and P. Cæsar and Pompey, a Tragedy
CHATTERTON, Thomas, 1752-1770.
CHAUCER, Geoffrey, 1328-1400.
CHURCHILL, Charles, 1731-1764. Ap. Apology.-Cand. Candidate.-
Farew. Farewell.-Ni. Night.-Ros. Rosciad.

C. T. Canterbury Tales.

Siege. The Siege, or Love's Con

CIBBER, Colley, 1671-1757. Dou. Gal. Double Gallant, a Comedy.
CLARE, John, 1793-1864.

CLARK, Willis Gaylord, (American), 1810--1841.

CLEVELAND, John, 1613-1659.

COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834. Anct. Mar. Ancient Mariner.
COLLINS, William, *1720-1756.
COLMAN, George, 1733-1794.


COLMAN, George, (the younger), 1762—1836.
P. V. Poetical Vagaries.

COLTON, C. C., *1790-1832.

COMBE, George, 1788-1858.


B. G. Broad Grins.

CONGREVE, William, 1672-1729. Mo. Br. Mourning Bride, a Tragedy.
Cook, Eliza, 1818-living.
CORBET, Bishop, Richard, 1582-1635.
COTTON, Charles, 1630-1687.

COTTON, Nathaniel, 1707-1788.

Vis. Visions, in Verse.

COWLEY, Abraham, 1618-1667. David. Davideis, an Historical Poem.
COWPER, William, 1731-1800. Conv. Conversation.-Exp. Expostu
lation.-Pr. Er. Progress of Error.-Ret. Retirement.-T. T. Table
Talk.-Raven. Tale of the Raven.-Ta. Task.-Tiroc. Tirocinium.
CRABBE, George, 1754-1832. Bo. Borough, a Poem.-Strug. Consc.
Struggles of Conscience.—Ta. H. Tales of the Hall.
CRASHAW, Richard, 1613-1650. Steps. Steps to the Temple.
CREECH, Thomas, 1659-1701.

CROLY, George, 1785-1864. Peric. and Asp. Pericles and Aspasia.
CROWNE, John, *1640-*1703. Amb. Stats. Ambitious Statesmen.-

Dar. Darius, a Tragedy.
CUMBERLAND, Richard, 1732-1811.
CUNNINGHAM, Allan, 1784-1842.


DANA, Richard Henry (American), 1787-1879.
DABORNE, Robert, 1590-1660.
DANIEL, Samuel, 1562-1619. E. of South. Earl of Southampton.—

Love and Ambition.

Phil. Philotas, a Tragedy.
DARCY, James, 1700-1762.
DARWIN, Erasmus, 1731-1802.
DAVENANT, Sir William, 1605-1668.
Comedy.-Gond. Gondibert.

DAVIES, Sir John, 1569–1626.

DAWES, Rufus (American), 1803-1859.

DEFOE, Daniel, 1661-1731. T. B. Eng.

DEKKER, Thomas, *1580-*1639.

Distr. Distresses, a Tragi-

EMERSON, Ralph Waldo, (American), 1803-living.

ETHEREGE, Sir George, *1636-*1694.

FAIRFAX, Edmund, *1570-1632.

FALCONER, William, 1730-1769. Sh. Shipwreck, a Poem.

FANE, Sir Francis, *1650-1715. Sacrifice, a Tragedy.

FANSHAW, Sir Richard, 1608-1666.

FARQUHAR, George. 1678-1707.
FENTON, Elijah, 1683-1730.
FIELDING, Henry, 1707-1754.
FLATMAN, Thomas, 1633-1672.
FLETCHER, Giles, 1582-1628.
FLETCHER, John, 1576-1625.
FLETCHER, Phineas, 1584-1650.
FOOTE, Samuel, 1722-1777.
Fox, Charles James, 1749-1806.
FORD, John, 1586-*1640. Love's Sacr. Love's Sacrifice, a Tragedy.
FRANCIS, Philip (translator of Horace), *1710-1773.
FRANCKLIN, Dr. Thomas, 1721-1784.
FRANKLIN, Dr. Benjamin, 1705-1790.
FREEMAN, Sir Ralph, *1620-*1660. Imper. Imperial, a Tragedy.
FROWDE, Philip, *1670-1738. Sa. Fall of Saguntum, a Tragedy.
Phil. Philotas, a Tragedy.

GARRICK, David, 1716-1779.

GARTH, Sir Samuel, *1665-1719.

GASCOIGNE, George, *1537-1577.

Poor R. Poor Richard.

T. Thu. Tom Thumb, a Burlesque.


GOMERSAL, Robert, 1600-1646. Lodov Sporza, Duke of Milan.
GOULD, Hannah Flagg, (American), *1805-1865.
GRAHAME, James, 1765-1811. Sab. Sabbath, a l'oem.


GRAVES, Richard, 1715-1804.

GRAY, Thomas, 1716-1771. El. Elegy in a Country Churchyard.
GREEN, Matthew, 1697-1737.

GREENE, Robert, 1550-1592.

GREVILLE, Sir Fulke. See BROOKE, Lord.

HABINGTON, William, 1605-1615. Queen of. Ar. Queen of Arragon,

a Tragedy.

HALE, Sarah Josepha, (American), 1795-living.
HALHED, Nathaniel Brassey, 1751-1830.
HALLECK, Fitz-Greene, (American), 1795-1869.


a Tragedy.

HEATH, Robert, #1600-1660.
HEBER, Bishop Reginald, 1783–1826.

HEMANS. Felicia Dorothea, 1794-1835.


Bozzaris. Marco

HALL, John, 1627-1656.

HALL, Louisa Jane, (American), 1802--living.
HAMMOND, Anthony, 1668-1738.

HARRINGTON, Sir John, 1561—1612.

HASTINGS, Lady Flora, 1806-1839.

HAVARD, William, 1710-1778. K. C. I. King Charles the First, a
Tragedy.-Reg. Regulus, a Tragedy.- Scanderbeg.

Fa. M. Fatal Mistake.

HAYNES, Joseph, 1650-1701.
HAYLEY, William, 1745-1820.

HAYWOOD (or HEYWOOD), Eliza, 1693-1756. F. Cap. Fair Captives,

Clar. Clarastella, a Poem.

HEMINGS, William, 1630-1687, Jews' T. Jews' Tragedy.

HERBERT, George, 1593-1632.

Temp. Temple.

HERBERT, Hon. William, 1778-1847.

HERBERT of CHERBURY, Lord, 1581-1648.

HERRICK, Robert, 1591-1674, Am. O. Amatory Odes.—Aph. Aphorisms.-Hesp. Hesperides.

HERVEY. Eleanor Louisa (Mrs. Kibble), 1811-1859.

HERVEY, T. K., 1804-1859.

HOUGHTON, Lord. See MILNES, Monckton.

HEYWOOD, John, *1500-1565.

HEYWOOD. Thomas, *1570-1659. Roy. King. Royal King, a Tragi


HIGGONS, Bevil, 1670-1735.

Gen. Cong. Generous Conqueror, a


HILL, Aaron, 1685-1750.

HILLHOUSE, James A. (American), 1789-1841.
HOFFMAN, Charles Fenno, (American), 1806-living.
HOGG, James, 1772-1835.

HOLMES, Oliver Wendell, (American), 1809-living.


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