Famous poems by Mary Barber:

Stella And Flavia.Rate it:
To His Grace The Duke Of Chandos.Rate it:
To A Gentleman, Who Shew'd A Fine Poem As His Own.Rate it:
An Apology Written For My Son To His MasterRate it:
A Letter For My Son To One Of His School--Fellows, Son To Henry Rose, Esq;Rate it:
A Letter Sent To Mrs. BarberRate it:
A Letter To A Friend,Rate it:
A Letter Written For My Daughter To A Lady, Who Had Presented Her With A Cap.Rate it:
A Letter Written For My Son To A Young GentlemanRate it:
A Letter Written From London To Mrs. Strangeways HornetRate it:
A True TaleRate it:
Advice To The Ladies At Bath. Written By A Lady.Rate it:
An Apology For My Son To His Master, For Not Bringing An Exercise On The Coronation Day.Rate it:
An Apology For The Clergy,Rate it:
An Apology To Dr. Clayton, Bishop Of Killala, And His LadyRate it:
An Apology To The Earl Of OrreryRate it:
An Apology Written For My Son To The Reverend Mr. Sampson,Rate it:
An Epigram On The Same Occasion.Rate it:
An Epigram. Since Milo Rallies Sacred WritRate it:
An Epitaph On The Late Lord Mount--Cashel.Rate it:
An Hymn To Sleep.Rate it:
An Invitation To Edward Walpole, Esq.Rate it:
An Unanswerable Apology For The Rich.Rate it:
Apollo's Edict.Rate it:
By A Person Of Quality.Rate it:
Conclusion Of A Letter To The Rev. Mr. C---.Rate it:
Epilogue To A Comedy Acted At Bath,Rate it:
Jupiter And Fortune.Rate it:
NewsFfrom St. James's.Rate it:
Occasion'd By Reading The Memoirs Of Anne Of AustriaRate it:
Occasion'd By Seeing Some Verses Written By Mrs. Constantia Grierson, Upon The Death Of Her Son.Rate it:
Occasion'd By Seeing The Honourable --- Treat A Person Of Merit With InsolenceRate it:
On Imagining A Friend Had Treated The Author With Indifference.Rate it:
On Leaving Bath.Rate it:
On Seeing An Officer's Widow DistractedRate it:
On Seeing The Captives, Lately Redeem'd From Barbary By His Majesty.Rate it:
On Sending My Son, As A Present, To Dr. Swift, Dean Of St. Patrick's, On His Birth--Day.Rate it:
On The Dutchess Of Newcastle's Picture.Rate it:
On The Earl Of Oxford And Mortimer's Giving His Daughter In Marriage In Oxford--Chapel.Rate it:
Sent As From A School--Fellow To My SonRate it:
SincerityRate it:
Spoken Extempore, To The Right Honourable The Lady Barbara NorthRate it:
The Oak And Its Branches.Rate it:
The Peacock.Rate it:
The Prodigy.Rate it:
The Recantation: To The Same LadyRate it:
The ResolutionRate it:
The Reverend Dr. L---.Rate it:
The Widow Gordon's PetitionRate it:
To A GentlemanRate it:
To A Gentleman, Who Had Abus'd Waller.Rate it:
To a LadyRate it:
To A Lady In The SpleenRate it:
To A Lady Who Commanded Me To Send Her An Account In VerseRate it:
To A Lady Who Was Libell'd.Rate it:
To A Lady, Who Invited The Author Into The Country.Rate it:
To Alexander Pope, Esq.Rate it:
To Dr. Mead, On His Cape Wine.Rate it:
To Dr. Richard Helsham Upon My Recovery From A Dangerous Fit Of Sickness.Rate it:
To Her Grace The Dutchess Of Manchester, And Lady Diana SpencerRate it:
To Her Grace The Dutchess Of PortlandRate it:
To His Excellency The Lord Carteret.Rate it:
To His Grace The Duke Of Buckingham And Normanby, At The Camp Before Philipsburgh.Rate it:
To Lady H---r,Rate it:
To Mr. Rose;Rate it:
To Mrs. ---Rate it:
To Mrs. Anne Donnellan, With The Fourth Essay On ManRate it:
To Mrs. Armine Cartwright, At Bath.Rate it:
To Mrs. BarberRate it:
To Mrs. Caesar, At The Speaker's Lodgings At Bath.Rate it:
To Mrs. Frances--Arabella Kelly, With A Present Of Fruit.Rate it:
To Mrs. Frances--Arabella Kelly.Rate it:
To Mrs. Mary CaesarRate it:
To Mrs. NewansRate it:
To Mrs. Putland.Rate it:
To Mrs. S---. Written In My Sickness.Rate it:
To Mrs. Strangeways Horner, With A Letter From My Son;Rate it:
To Mrs. Ward. By The Same.Rate it:
To NovellaRate it:
To Robert Barber Esq; Deputy To The Treasurer's Remembrancer In The Court Of ExchequerRate it:
To Sophronia.Rate it:
To The Honble. Miss Carteret, Now Countess Of Dysert.Rate it:
To The Honourable Mrs. Percival.Rate it:
To The Honourable Mrs. Spencer, On Her Removing From Windsor To Rookly In Hampshire.Rate it:
To The Reverend Mr. Mabell, Of CambridgeRate it:
To The Right Hon. The Earl of Orrery, On His Promise To Sup With The Author.Rate it:
To The Right Honble. The Lady Dowager Torrington,Rate it:
To The Right Honourable John Barber, Esq; Lord Mayor Of London, On Committing One Of My Sons To His Care.Rate it:
To The Right Honourable John Earl Of Orrery, At Bath, After The Death Of The Late Earl.Rate it:
To The Right Honourable The Earl Of Orrery In DublinRate it:
To The Right Honourable The Earl Of Thomond, At BathRate it:
To The Right Honourable The Lady Elizabeth Boyle On Her Birth—DayRate it:
To The Right Honourable The Lady Elizabeth Brownlow,Rate it:
To The Right Honourable The Lady KilmoreyRate it:
To The Right Honourable The Lady Sarah Cowper.Rate it:
To The Rt. Hon. Charlotte Lady Conway, On Her Resolving To Leave Bath.Rate it:
ToTthe Right Honourable The Lady Elizabeth Germain, Upon Seeing Her Do A generous Action.Rate it:
Upon Seeing A Raffle For Addison's Works unfill'd.Rate it:
Verses Occasion'd By The Sickness Of Mrs. Anne Donnellan.Rate it:
Verses sent to a Lady, Who Took Delight In Ridiculing A PersonRate it:
Verses Ty'd About A Fawn's NeckRate it:
Written At Bath To A Young LadyRate it:
Written At Camberwell, Near London, In The Study Of Mr. WainwrightRate it:
Written At Dr. Mead's House In Ormond--Street, To Mrs. Mead.Rate it:
Written at Tunbridge--WellsRate it:
Written At Tunbridge—Wells, To The Right Honourable The Lady Barbara NorthRate it:
Written For A Gentlewoman In Distress, To Her Grace Adelida, Dutchess Of Shrewsbury.Rate it:
Written For My SonRate it:
Written for my Son ... at his First Putting on BreechesRate it:
Written for my Son ... upon his Master's First Bringing in a RodRate it:
Written For My Son In His Sickness, To One Of His School fellows.Rate it:
Written For My Son To His Master, On The Anniversary Of The Battle Of The Boyne.Rate it:
Written For My Son, And Spoken By Him, At A public Examination For Victors.Rate it:
Written For My Son, In A Bible Which Was Presented To Him.Rate it:
Written For My Son, To Mr. Barry;Rate it:
Written For My Son, To Some Of The Fellows Of The College,Rate it:
Written For My Son, Upon Lady Santry's Coming To School, To See Her Son, And Getting The Scholars A Play--Day.Rate it:
Written From Dublin, To A Lady In The Country.Rate it:
Written In The Conclusion Of A Letter To Mr. Tickel,Rate it:
Written Upon The Rocks At Tunbridge,Rate it:

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