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VOLUME the SECOND.
With LETTERS To, and From,
Lord SOM ER S.
Mr. DRY DEN.
Printed for E. CURL L, in Rose-Street, Covent-Garden,
E prefume we fand not in need of any more Apology to the Reader for THIS Publication, than we did for the LAST; for we hereby declare, that Mr. POPE, E. P. P. T. and R. S. are ALL out of the Question.
Mr. CURLL is the fole Editor of this Volume, and it Is, what the former WAS, a Collection of what has been printed, and a Compilation from Original Manuscripts; but not ftollen, either from Twickenham, Wimpole, or Dover-street; but at the laft Place, while Mr. Pope was dangling, and making Gilliver and Cooper his Cabinet-Counfel, away goes Mr. CURLL, on the 12th Day of June, in the Year of our Lord God 1735, and, by the Affiftance of that Celebrated Artift Mr. Rijsbrack, takes a full View