The Poems of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Volume 2 eBook

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RIDDLES1
POEMS COMPOSED AT MARKET HILL1
POLITICAL POETRY1
POEMS CHIEFLY RELATING TO IRISH POLITICS1
TRIFLES2
VERSES ADDRESSED TO SWIFT AND TO HIS MEMORY3
POEMS OF JONATHAN SWIFT3
TO LOVE[1]15
A REBUS.  BY VANESSA16
THE DEAN’S ANSWER16
STELLA’S BIRTH-DAY MARCH 13, 1718-1916
STELLA’S BIRTH-DAY.[1] 1719-2017
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STELLA TO DR. SWIFT ON HIS BIRTH-DAY, NOV. 30, 172121
TO STELLA ON HER BIRTH-DAY, 1721-222
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TO STELLA26
VERSES BY STELLA26
A RECEIPT TO RESTORE STELLA’S YOUTH. 1724-526
STELLA’S BIRTH-DAY. 1724-527
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ON THE COLLAR OF TIGER,29
STELLA’S BIRTH-DAY29
DEATH AND DAPHNE30
DAPHNE32
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PETHOX THE GREAT. 172333
ON A PEN. 172435
ON GOLD35
ON THE POSTERIORS36
ON A HORN36
ON A CORKSCREW37
THE GULF OF ALL HUMAN POSSESSIONS 172437
LOUISA[1] TO STREPHON. 172438
A MAYPOLE. 172539
ON THE MOON40
ON A CIRCLE40
ON INK40
ON THE FIVE SENSES40
FONTINELLA[1] TO FLORINDA41
AN ECHO41
ON A SHADOW IN A GLASS;41
ON TIME42
ON THE GALLOWS42
ON THE VOWELS43
ON SNOW43
ON A CANNON43
ON A PAIR OF DICE43
ON A CANDLE43
TO LADY CARTERET44
ANSWERED BY DR. SWIFT44
TO LADY CARTERET44
ANSWERED BY DR. SHERIDAN45
A RIDDLE45
ANSWER, BY MR. F——­R45
A LETTER TO DR. HELSHAM45
PROBATUR ALITER46
POEMS COMPOSED AT MARKET HILL47
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ON A VERY OLD GLASS AT MARKET-HILL50
ANSWERED EXTEMPORE BY DR. SWIFT50
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A PASTORAL DIALOGUE. 172853
DERMOT53
SHEELAH53
DERMOT53
SHEELAH53
DERMOT53
SHEELAH53
DERMOT53
SHEELAH53
DERMOT53
SHEELAH53
DERMOT54
THE GRAND QUESTION DEBATED: 54
THE PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH EDITION54
DRAPIER’S-HILL.[1] 173058
THE DEAN’S REASONS58
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ROBIN AND HARRY.[1] 173062
A PANEGYRIC ON THE DEAN63
TWELVE ARTICLES[1]68
POLITICAL POETRY68
ON THE RECORDER OF BLESSINGTON’S ADDRESS TO QUEEN ANNE68
MR. WILLIAM CROWE’S ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY, TURNED INTO METRE69
JACK FRENCHMAN’S LAMENTATION[1]70
THE GARDEN PLOT72
SID HAMET’S ROD72
THE VIRTUES OF SID HAMET[1] THE MAGICIAN’S ROD. 1710[2]72
THE FAMOUS SPEECH-MAKER OF ENGLAND74
PARODY ON THE RECORDER’S SPEECH78
THE RECORDER’S SPEECH EXPLAINED BY THE TORIES78
THE SPEECH78
BALLAD79
ATLAS; OR, THE MINISTER OF STATE[1]80
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AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG81
THE SPEECH81
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THE FABLE OF MIDAS.[1] 1711-1284
TOLAND’S INVITATION TO DISMAL[1] TO DINE WITH THE CALVES’ HEAD CLUB86
PEACE AND DUNKIRK87
THE AUTHOR UPON HIMSELF90
THE FAGOT[1]92
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DENNIS’ INVITATION TO STEELE97
IN SICKNESS100
THE FABLE OF THE BITCHES[1]100
THE MORAL101
HORACE, BOOK III, ODE II101
ON THE CHURCH’S DANGER102
A POEM ON HIGH CHURCH102
A TALE OF A NETTLE[1]103
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POEMS CHIEFLY RELATING TO IRISH POLITICS105
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THE RUN UPON THE BANKERS[1]107
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THE EPITAPH110
VERSES OCCASIONED BY WHITSHED’S [1] MOTTO ON HIS COACH. 1724111
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EPIGRAM ON WOOD’S BRASS MONEY113
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WOOD AN INSECT. 1725113
ON WOOD THE IRONMONGER. 1725114
WILL WOOD’S PETITION TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND115
A NEW SONG ON WOOD’S HALFPENCE115
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ON THE SAME120
ON THE SAME120
EPIGRAM120
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THE DOG AND THIEF. 1726125
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TIM AND THE FABLES129
TOM AND DICK[1]130
DICK, A MAGGOT131
CLAD ALL IN BROWN131
DICK’S VARIETY131
TRAULUS.  PART I132
TRAULUS.  PART II134
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ON THE IRISH BISHOPS.[1] 1731135
HORACE, BOOK IV, ODE IX137
ON MR. PULTENEY’S[1] BEING PUT OUT OF THE COUNCIL. 1731138
BETTESWORTH’S EXULTATION140
AN EPIGRAM140
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ON THE ARCHBISHOP OF CASHEL,[1] AND BETTESWORTH143
ON THE IRISH CLUB. 1733[1]143
ON NOISY TOM144
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EPIGRAM146
A CHARACTER, PANEGYRIC, AND DESCRIPTION OF THE LEGION CLUB146
ON A PRINTER’S[1] BEING SENT TO NEWGATE151
AY AND NO153
A BALLAD153
A WICKED TREASONABLE LIBEL[1]154
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ON CARTHY’S TRANSLATION OF HORACE155
ON CARTHY MINOTAURUS155
ON THE SAME155
ON THE SAME155
IMITATED155
AD HORATIUM CUM CARTHIO CONSTRICTUM155
IMITATED155
AN IRISH EPIGRAM ON THE SAME155
ON CARTHY’S TRANSLATION OF LONGINUS156
RATIO INTER LONGINUM ET CARTHIUM COMPUTATA156
ON THE SAME156
CARTHY KNOCKED OUT SOME TEETH FROM HIS NEWS-BOY156
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TO CARTHY156
TO CARTHY, ATTRIBUTING SOME PERFORMANCES TO MR. DUNKIN156
UPON CARTHY’S THREATENING TO TRANSLATE PINDAR156
DR. SWIFT WROTE THE FOLLOWING EPIGRAM157
POETICAL EPISTLE TO DR. SHERIDAN157
LINES WRITTEN ON A WINDOW[1] IN THE EPISCOPAL PALACE AT KILMORE157
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THE UPSTART158
ON THE ARMS OF THE TOWN OF WATERFORD[1]158
TRANSLATION159
VERSES ON BLENHEIM[1]159
AN EXCELLENT NEW SONG[1] UPON THE LATE GRAND JURY159
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BY HONEST JO.  ONE OF HIS GRACE’S FARMERS IN FINGAL160
TO HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN161
TO THE CITIZENS[1]162
PUNCH’S PETITION TO THE LADIES163
EPIGRAM164
EPIGRAM ON JOSIAH HORT[1]164
EPIGRAM[1]165
TRIFLES165
MUSA CLONSHOGHIANA165
A LEFT-HANDED LETTER[1]165
TO THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S IN ANSWER TO HIS LEFT-HANDED LETTER166
TO MR. THOMAS SHERIDAN167
AD AMICUM ERUDITUM THOMAM SHERIDAN167
TO THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S169
TO THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S169
AN ANSWER, BY DELANY, TO THOMAS SHERIDAN169
A REPLY, BY SHERIDAN, TO DELANY170
ANOTHER REPLY, BY SHERIDAN170
TO THOMAS SHERIDAN170
SWIFT TO SHERIDAN, IN REPLY171
AN ANSWER BY SHERIDAN171
TO DR. SHERIDAN. 1718172
THE ANSWER, BY DR. SHERIDAN172
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THE DEAN’S ANSWER173
DR. SHERIDAN’S REPLY TO THE DEAN174
TO THE SAME.  BY DR. SHERIDAN174
THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S175
TO THE DEAN OF ST. PATRICK’S175
THE DEAN TO THOMAS SHERIDAN176
TO DR. SHERIDAN[1]177
DR. SHERIDAN’S ANSWER178
DR. SWIFT’S REPLY178
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GEORGE-NIM-DAN-DEAN’S ANSWER180
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POSTSCRIPT181
TO GEORGE-NIM-DAN-DEAN, ESQ.182
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ON DAN JACKSON’S PICTURE, CUT IN SILK AND PAPER[1]184
ON THE SAME PICTURE185
ON THE SAME185
ON THE SAME PICTURE185
ON THE SAME PICTURE185
DAN JACKSON’S DEFENCE186
MR. ROCHFORT’S REPLY187
DR. DELANY’S REPLY188
SHERIDAN’S REPLY188
A REJOINDER BY THE DEAN IN JACKSON’S NAME189
ANOTHER REJOINDER BY THE DEAN, IN JACKSON’S NAME189
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THE PARDON190
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DEAR DAN,191
POSTSCRIPT192
SHERIDAN TO SWIFT192
SHERIDAN TO SWIFT193
SWIFT TO SHERIDAN193
MARY THE COOK-MAID’S LETTER TO DR. SHERIDAN. 1723193
A PORTRAIT FROM THE LIFE194
ON STEALING A CROWN, WHEN THE DEAN WAS ASLEEP194
THE DEAN’S ANSWER195
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THE EPILOGUE196
THE SONG196
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THE PLAGUES OF A COUNTRY LIFE198
PALINODIA[1]198
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THE FIVE LADIES’ ANSWER TO THE BEAU201
THE BEAU’S REPLY TO THE FIVE LADIES’ ANSWER202
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ANSWER.[1] BY DR. SWIFT203
AN EPISTLE TO TWO FRIENDS[1]204
TO DR. SHERIDAN205
DR. HELSHAM’S ANSWER205
AN ANSWER TO A SCANDALOUS POEM209
BY DR. SWIFT209
ADVERTISEMENT FROM THE CLOUDS209
PEG RADCLIFFE THE HOSTESS’S INVITATION212
VERSES BY SHERIDAN213
VERSES ADDRESSED TO SWIFT AND TO HIS MEMORY214
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I215
II215
III216
IV216
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AN EPISTLE TO ROBERT NUGENT, ESQ.[1]217
ON THE DRAPIER.  BY DR. DUNKIN.[1]218
EPITAPH PROPOSED FOR DR. SWIFT. 1745219
TO THE MEMORY OF DOCTOR SWIFT219
A SCHOOLBOY’S THEME221
VERSES ON THE BATTLE OF THE BOOKS221
ON DR. SWIFT’S LEAVING HIS ESTATE TO IDIOTS222
ON SEVERAL PETTY PIECES222
ON FAULKNER’S EDITION OF SWIFT222
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TO DOCTOR DELANY223
EPIGRAM223
AN INSCRIPTION223
AN EPIGRAM OCCASIONED BY THE ABOVE INSCRIPTION223
INDEX223
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