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VII. Criticisms on Statius.
Pyrrhus in Virgil.
XX. Of Philips's pastorals.
LETTER S to Several LADIES, p. 139:
XI. To Mrs. on the Earl of Oxford's Beha
viour, apprehensions of commotions, army in
Hyde-Park. XII. Praise of a country life. Concern for the sea
paration of friends. The comforts of integrity
and independency: XIII. XIV. XV, Description of a journey to Oxford, and man
ner of life there,
XVI. Of a lady's fickness. XVII, Witty letters undervalued in comparison of
sincere ones. XVIII. On the fame subject, to the hon. Mrs. H.
XIX. To an unfortunate lady.
XX. To a lady abroad.
LETTERS to and from Sir WILLIAM TRUMBULL.
From 1705 to 1716. LETTER
I. From Sir William Trumbull. On occafion of
Milton's Juvenilia, encouraging the author to
Of his fir
fincerity and friendship.
of general benevolence,
Martial, on a bappy old age.
LETTERS to and from Several Persons.
From 1711 to 1714.
ton's remains. Rape of the Lock, &c. VI. The answer. VII. To
on returning bis letters. VIII. From the Lord Lansdown. IX. To General Anthony Hamilton, on bis having
translated the Elay on Eriticism into French verse.
LETTERS to and from Mr. STEEL , Mr.
I. Mr. Steele to Mr. Pope. Of Sir Charles Sed
ley's death. The author's. Eclogue on the Mef
X. On Dennis's remarks on Cato.
translation of Homer.
of Man, and the vanity of the world.
concerning Mr. Addison, Philips's calumny, and Mr. Gay's pastorals.