A Patch-Work Screen for the Ladies, by Jane Barker

Table of Contents

To the Reader.

Introduction.

  1. The Man had his Mare again.
  2. A Caxton, or Kak.
  3. One good Turn deserves Another.
  4. Thus Murder will out.
  5. The LETTER.

A Patch-Work SCREEN FOR THE LADIES. LEAF I.

  1. The Continuation of the History of Galesia.
  2. The GROVE.
  3. The Rivulet.
  4. An Invocation of her Muse.
  5. ANATOMY.
  6. An Invitation to my Learned Friends at Cambridge.
  7. To my Young Lover.
    1. A BALLAD. By Way of Dialogue between Two Shepherd-Boys.

A Patch-Work Screen FOR THE LADIES. LEAF II.

  1. To my Indifferent Lover, who complain'd of my Indifferency.
  2. To my Friend EXILIUS, On his persuading me to marry Old Damon.
  3. On the Apothecaries Filing my Recipes amongst the Doctors.
  4. To my Muse.
  5. Upon Covetousness.
  6. To my Friends; against Poetry.
  7. The Story of Belinda.

A Patch-Work SCREEN FOR THE LADIES. LEAF III.

  1. The History of Lysander.
  2. A Virgin Life.
  3. The CZAR's Receipt to make PUNCH.
  4. The Necessity of Fate.
  5. The Receipt for Welsh Flummery, Made at the Castle of Montgomery.
  6. The Unaccountable Wife.
  7. The SONG.

A Patch-Work SCREEN FOR THE LADIES. LEAF IV.

  1. A Receipt for French Soup.
  2. The Prophesy.
  3. On the Follies of Human-Life.
  4. And as to Pride,
  5. Upon CHARITY.
  6. A Hymn. Sung in a Psalm Tune.
  7. The Childrens, or Catechumen's Elysium.
  8. On DREAMS.
  9. On the Difficulties of RELIGION.
  10. AN ODE IN Commemoration of the Nativity of CHRIST.

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