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LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, BROWN, AND GREEN,
CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.
The Invitation. To Miss B*
The Groans of the Tankard
On the Backwardness of the Spring 1771
Verses written in an Alcove
The Mouse's Petition
To Mrs. P**
**, with some drawings of birds and
An Inventory of the Furniture in Dr. Priestley's Study.
To Miss R**** on her attendance upon her mother at
To Mr. Barbauld, with a map of the Land of Matrimony 137
Love and Time
To Miss F. B., on her asking for Mrs. B.'s "Love and
Written on a Marble
What do the Futures speak of ?-in answer to a question
in the Greek grammar
Autumn. A fragment
To the Baron de Stonne, who had wished at the next
transit of Mercury to find himself again between Mrs.
La Borde and Mrs. B.
To the Baron de Stonne, with Aikin's Essay on Song-
To the Miss Websters, with Dr. Aikin's "Wish," which
they expressed a desire to have a copy of
Epistle to Dr. Enfield, on his revisiting Warrington in
. Epistle to William Wilberforce, Esq., on the Rejection of
the Bill for abolishing the Slave Trade, 1791
On the expected general Rising of the French Nation in
To Dr. Priestley
The Rights of Woman
Inscription for an Ice-house
An Autumnal Thought
To the Poor
To a little Invisible Being who is expected soon to be-
Peace and Shepherd.
On the Death of Mrs. Martineau senior