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Expostulatory odes to a great duke and a little lord

Pindar, Peter

Expostulatory odes to a great duke and a little lord

by Pindar, Peter

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Published by Printed by William Porter for P. Byrne, Grueber and McAllister, J. Moore, J. Jones and W. Jones in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Peter Pindar, Esquire.
ContributionsMiscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsAC901 .M5 vol. 727, no. 3
The Physical Object
Pagination46 p. ;
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1248290M
LC Control Number94841994

  [no. 1] Lyric odes, for the year [no. 2] Sir Joseph Banks and the emperor of Morocco. [no. 3] Peter's prophecy. Or, The president and poet. [no. 4] An apologetic postscript to Ode upon ode. [no. 5] Bozzy and Piozzi: or, The British biographers. [no. 6] Peter's pension. [no. 7] Instuctions to a Pages: The Odes of Horace A Critical Study by Steele Commager (PB, G, ) Latin The Odes of: $ Odes Horace of The (PB, G, Latin A Commager by ) Study Critical Steele Steele ) Critical Study Odes A Latin Commager G, Horace by The of (PB.

Lord Auckland's triumph, or the Death of Crim. Con., a pair of prophetic odes to which are added an Adress to hymen, an Ode on the passions, Advice to young women, or the Rose and strawberry, a fable, with a most interesting postscript. Expostulary odes to a great duke [Herzog von Jenkinson] and a little lord [Lord Osborne], by Peter. Dr. John Wolcot ( - 14 January ) was an English poet and satirist, who wrote under the pseudonym of "Peter Pindar." Wolcot, born near Kingsbridge, Devonshire, was educated by an uncle, and then studied medicine. In he went as physician to Sir William Trelawny, Governor of Jamaica, and whom he induced to present him to a Church in the island then vacant, and was ordained in

The following lines are from Ode XI of a number of "Expos tulatory Odes to A Great Duke and a Little Lord." My lords, I won't consent to be a bug, To batten in the royal rug, And on the backs of monarchs meanly crawl, And more, my lords, I hope I never shall. Yet certain vermin I can mention, love it. You know the miserables that can prove it. Full text of "The works of Peter Pindar, Esqr.: in three volumes.." See other formats.


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