A Miscellany; or Collection of Poems, Odes, and Songs. Poems. The Unfortunate Lord; An Allegorical Poem. The Epicurean; A Poem. A Poem on the Peace Concluded in the Year 1783. Odes. An Ode on Rodney's Victory the 12th of April, 1782. An Ode on the Peace Concluded in the Year 1783. An Ode on the Commercial Treaty With France. An Ode on the Jubilee, 1788. An Ode on the King's Happy Recovery From His Illness. A Panegyric on Mr. Pitt, the Prime Minister. A Panegyric on Sir James Pennyman, Bart. A Panegyric on John Wharton, Esq. Songs. On the Resignation of That Great Minister Lord North. The Downfall of Their High Mightinesses, and the House of Bourbon Humbled; A Burlesque. On the Warlike Genius of Britain. The State Mutiny on Board the Old England Man of War. On the Dissolution of Parliament in the Year 1784. On the Political Importance of the Colonization of Botany-Bay. An Humorous Invitation to Botany-Bay. A General Invitation to the Same Place; in Which the Dispositions of the Scots, Irish, and Welch, Are Properly Delineated. Illustrated With Notes Historical, Geographical, and Political. By John Cole, of Beverley

A Miscellany; or Collection of Poems, Odes, and Songs. Poems. The Unfortunate Lord; An Allegorical Poem. The Epicurean; A Poem. A Poem on the Peace Concluded in the Year 1783. Odes. An Ode on Rodney's Victory the 12th of April, 1782. An Ode on the Peace Concluded in the Year 1783. An Ode on the Commercial Treaty With France. An Ode on the Jubilee, 1788. An Ode on the King's Happy Recovery From His Illness. A Panegyric on Mr. Pitt, the Prime Minister. A Panegyric on Sir James Pennyman, Bart. A Panegyric on John Wharton, Esq. Songs. On the Resignation of That Great Minister Lord North. The Downfall of Their High Mightinesses, and the House of Bourbon Humbled; A Burlesque. On the Warlike Genius of Britain. The State Mutiny on Board the Old England Man of War. On the Dissolution of Parliament in the Year 1784. On the Political Importance of the Colonization of Botany-Bay. An Humorous Invitation to Botany-Bay. A General Invitation to the Same Place; in Which the Dispositions of the Scots, Irish, and Welch, Are Properly Delineated. Illustrated With Notes Historical, Geographical, and Political. By John Cole, of Beverley

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Publisher: Hull : printed at the Printing-Office, Whitehorse-Yard, [1791]
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