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V O R K S
Alexander Pope Efq.
V O L U M E VIII.
SECOND of his LETTERS
LETTER 1. F the geography of Homer, a map done by the
author. The State of the times: the ficge of Barcelona, the Queen's death, the condition of the English Roman-Catholics : Wishes for the
peace of the nation. II. from Mr. Blount. Answer to the former. His temper in religion and
politics. III. From Mr. Bluunt. His disposition to quiet ; rea
flections on the affair of Presion : An invitation
into the country. IV. An account of the death of Mr. Wycherley. V. Contemplations on the pleasures of separate spirits,
on the narrow conceptions of men, the vanity of human knowledge, the variety of opinions in rem
ligion, and the great duty of charity, VI. Confolations under persecution : The duty of mu
tual asistance : Universal Charity. The author
leaving Windsor-Furest. VII. From Mr. Blount. VIll. After the affair of Preston. The author's rem
moval, change of life, and resignation to it.