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XXXVII. From the fame on the same subjects, and con-
XXXIX. Mr Pope's answer: His fituation and con-
XL. Lord Bolingbroke to Dr Swift: A review
XLI. Dr Swift's answer. The misfortunes at
XLII. Dr Swift to Mr Pope.
Dunciad, and of his fituation of life.
XLIII. From Lord B. That the fenfe of friendship
XLV. Of Mr Weftley's differtations on Job.-
XLVII. From the fame. The temper proper to men
XLVIII. From the fame. Of his fudies, particular-
LETTERS of Dr SWIFT to Mr GAY.
LII. In the fame flyic, to Mr Gay and the Du-
LIII A range end of a law-fuit. His way of
LV. More on the fame fubjects. A happy union
LVII. From Dr Swift to Mr Gay. Congratula-
LXI. From Dr Swift to Mr Pope. An account
LXII. From Mr Pope and Dr Arbuthnot to Dr
LXIII. From Dr Swift. On the fame subject. Of
LXIV. From Mr Pope, on Mr Gay: His care of his
LXV. More of Mr Gay, his papers and epitaph. Of
LXVII. Of the Dean's Verfes, called a libel on Dr
LXIX. Anfwer to the former. His temper of mind
LXX. Concern for his abfence. Of a libel against
LXXI. Melancholy circumstances of the feparation.
LXXII. From Dr Swift. The answer. Of his own
LXXIII. Of the pleasures of his converfation: Of Dr
LXXIV. From Dr Swift. On the death of friends.
LXXVI. Concerning the Earl of Peterborow, and his
LXXVIII. From Dr Swift. On the death of friends.
LXXIX. From the fame. His kindness for Mr P.
LXXX. Mr Pope to Dr Swift. His plan for the
LXXXI. From Dr Swift. His refolution to preserve
LXXXII. What fort of letters he now writes, and the
LXXXIII. From Dr Swift. Of old age, and death of
LXXXIV. Of the complaints of friends.---One of the
LXXXV. The prefent circumflances of his life and
LXXXVI. From Dr Swift. Reasons that obftruct his