1798.013: Poems and Compositions in Prose on Several Occasions.
Full Title: Poems, and compositions in prose on several occasions. By William Munford, of the county of Mecklenburg, and state of Virginia.
Author: Munford, William (1775-1825).
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Samuel Pleasants
Description: 192 pgs.; 21 cm. (8vo).
Contents: A poem, on Gen. St. Clair's defeat; The poor student; Horace, book I, ode XXX translated; Book I, ode XII translated; Book II, ode XIV translated; Epigram on a pedant; Almoran and Hamet; Ossian's address to the sun, versified; Ossian's address to the moon, versified; The songs of Selma, versified; The battle of Lora, versified; The war of Inisthona, versified; Berrathon, versified; The attornies' petition; Epigram; Prologue to the play of The beaux stratagem; The apology; The politician in distress; An oration; The political contest; The disasters of Richland; An elegy on the death of Mrs. Cocke; An address to the people of Mecklenburg.
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