The School of satire: or, A collectioon of modern satirical poems written during the present reign ...
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Thornton]--Pandolfo attonito! or, Lord Galloway's poetical lamentation on the removal of the arm-chairs from the pit at the opera house! [by T. J. Mathias]--Capell's ghost to Edmund Malone; a parody [by George Hardinge]--The old hag in a red cloak: a romance, inscribed to Matthew Lewis.
An heroic epistle to Sir William Chambers [by William Mason]--An heroic postscript to the public on their favourable reception of the Heroic epistle to Sir W. C. [by William Mason]-An epistle to Dr. Shebbeare, by Malcolm Macgregor [pseud. of William Mason]--The imperial epistle from Kien Long, emperor of China, to George the Third ... in the year 1794 [by T. J. Mathias]--An heroic epistle from Donna Teresa Pinna ÿ Ruiz, of Murcia, to Richard Twiss.--An archæological epistle to ... Jeremiah Milles ... to which is annexed a glossary [by William Mason]--An epistle form Oberea, queen of Otaheite [pseud.] to Joseph Banks.--The wreath of fashion; or, The art of sentimental poetry, by Richard Tickell.--An epistle in verse to the Rev. Dr. Randolph [by T. J. Mathias]--New morality from the Anti-Jacobin [by George Canning]--The shade of Alexander Pope on the banks of te Thames, a satirical poem [by T. J. Mathias]--Patriotism; a mock heroic poem.--The battle of the wigs; a mock heroic poem [by Bonnell
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