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Subject: SHERIDAN, THOMAS (1687-1738)
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"IMITATION OF ANACREON'S GRASSHOPPER, APPLIED TO MR. T. S.", by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: "hail, happy little animal"
Last Line: And nearly to the gods allied
Subject(s): "anacreon (582-485 B.c.);grasshoppers;poetry & Poets;sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738);


"LETTER TO TOM PUNSIBI, OCCASIONED BY READING HIS EXCELLENT FARCE", by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: "dear tom / nor turkey fat, nor goose from country-hut"
Last Line: "that what is thine, dear tummas, is thy own"
Subject(s): "sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738);


"UPON MR. SHERIDAN'S TURNING AUTHOR, 1716", by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: My landlord has a little pad
Last Line: You tommy cease to write
Subject(s): "sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738);


A DESCRIPTION IN ANSWER TO THE JOURNAL, SELECTION, by WILLIAM PERCIVAL    Poem Text            
First Line: As for himself, with draggled gown
Last Line: Or buffoon, call him if you please.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738); Swift, Jonathan (1667-1745)


A NEW JINGLE ON TOM DINGLE, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: Though sh--d-n will
Last Line: Who lives at the brill
Subject(s): "sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738);


A POEM. OR ADVICE TO AUTHORS OF SATIRICAL POEM, UPON TOM PUNSIBI, by SAMUEL OWENS    Poem Text            
First Line: Ye sons of levi, church divines
Last Line: Touch not the fiddle nor the drum.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738); Tisdall, William (1669-1735)


A SATYR, SELECTION, by JONATHAN SMEDLEY    Poem Text            
First Line: Science and arts are at a stand
Last Line: The dusty press would stand quite still.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738); Swift, Jonathan (1667-1745)


DEAN OF ST. PATRICK'S TO THOMAS SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: I cannot but think that we live in a bad age
Last Line: September 12, 1718 %just 12 at noon
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


DEAN SWIFT'S ANSWER TO THE REVEREND DR. SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: In reading your letter alone in my hackney
Last Line: Past 12 at noon
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


DEAN TO THOMAS SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: When I saw you today, as I went with lord anglesey
Last Line: Eleven minutes after eleven, september %15th 1718
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


DR. SWIFT'S ANSWER TO DR. SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: The verses you sent on the bottling your wine
Last Line: I hope you will not think this a pasquine
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


ELEGY ON DEPLORABLE DEATH OF MR. THOMAS SHERIDAN, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: "assist with mournful strains, assist, my muse"
Last Line: His fellow surely is not to be found
Subject(s): "irony;sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738);


FROM DR. SWIFT TO DR. SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: It is impossible to know by your letter whether the wine is to be bottled
Last Line: For a grace, if we smell it
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


FROM MY MUCH HONORED FRIEND AT HELDELVILLE, by PATRICK DELANY    Poem Text            
First Line: Hail to the sage who, from his native store
Last Line: Thou lovely, fleeting image of a sound.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


FROM SOME CRITICAL ANNOTATIONS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS, SELECTION, by LAURENCE WHYTE    Poem Text            
First Line: T-m punsibi gave us his art
Last Line: And in the tenters too long stretched.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


GEORGE NIM-DAN-DEAN'S INVITATION TO MR. THOMAS SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: Dear tom, this verse, which however the beginning may appear
Last Line: Dutiful and obedient
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


GEORGE NIM-DAN-DEAN, ESQ. TO MR. SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: Dear sheridan, a loving pair
Last Line: Long, long, long, long, like dan's long nose
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


LEFT-HANDED LETTER TO DR. SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: Delany reports it, and he has a shrewd tongue
Last Line: The worst dunce in your school, till he's heaved from the ground
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


POEM ON TOM PUN ON OCCASION OF HIS LATE DEATH, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: "alas! Ye bards, the elegies you've made"
Last Line: "a perfect wit, learn to write common sense"
Subject(s): "sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738);


POETICAL EPISTLE TO DR. SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: Some ancient authors wisely write
Last Line: October 18th 1724, nine in the morning
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


QUILCA HOUSE TO THE DEAN, by HENRY BROOKE    Poem Text            
First Line: I plainly see, good mr. Dean
Last Line: What yours cannot -- eternity.
Subject(s): Houses; Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738); Swift, Jonathan (1667-1745)


SHERIDAN'S SUBMISSION; WRITTEN BY THE DEAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: Poor sherry, inglorious
Last Line: Of lash laid on by you
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


SHERIDAN, A GOOSE, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: Tom, for a goose you keep but base quills
Last Line: Deanery house %october 27th 1718
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


SWIFT TO SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: Poor tom, wilt thou never accept a defiance
Last Line: I'll chew you to bullets, and puff you to baldwin
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


THE PUPPET-SHOW: 16, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: Tell tom he draws a farce in vain
Last Line: Nor pedantry for humor pass
Subject(s): "puppets;sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738);" Marionettes


TO DR. SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: If I write any more, it will make my poor muse sick
Last Line: Who often has made me, by looking askew, sick.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


TO MR. SHERIDAN, UPON HIS VERSES WRITTEN IN CIRCLES, by JONATHAN SWIFT                Poet's Biography
First Line: It never was known that circular letters
Last Line: Which is all at present; and so I remain
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


TO MY LEARNED FRIEND, THOMAS SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O sheridan, the muses' pet, sweet friend
Last Line: "has touched, sees heaven, earth and shades profound.""]"
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


TO MY WORTHY FRIEND T S -- ON HIS INCOMPARABLE TRANSLATION OF PERSIUS, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: Hail bard triumphant! Whose poetic fire
Last Line: And echo shall reiterate thy name
Subject(s): "sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738);translating & Interpreting;


TO QUILCA; A COUNTRY HOUSE IN NO GOOD REPAIR, by JONATHAN SWIFT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Let me thy properties explain
Last Line: Sloth, dirt, and theft, around her wait.
Subject(s): Houses; Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


TO THOMAS SHERIDAN, by PATRICK DELANY    Poem Text            
First Line: Dear sherry, I'm sorry for your bloodshedded sore eye
Last Line: But away to clem barry's -- there's an end of my story.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738); Sight


TO THOMAS SHERIDAN, by JONATHAN SWIFT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dear tom, I'm surprised that your verse did not jingle
Last Line: For he says, short as 'tis, it will give you a stool.
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)


TOM PUN-SIBI METAMORPHOSED: OR, THE GIBER GIBED, by WILLIAM TISDALL    Poem Text            
First Line: Tom was a little merry grig
Last Line: His parrot, spaniel, but his pig.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738); Sycophants


TOM PUN-SIBI'S RESURRECTION DISPROVED, by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: "well, ralph, howe'er you're pleased to strive"
Last Line: Nor man comes up to but himself
Subject(s): "sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738);


UPON THE AUTHOR, by PATRICK DELANY    Poem Text            
First Line: Had I ten thousand mouths and tongues
Last Line: And help to set the world on fire.
Subject(s): Sheridan, Thomas (1687-1738)