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vestry books of the united parishes of St. Edmund the King and St. Nicholas Acons, for entries relative to the family of Pope; and, understanding that the inquiry was for a literary purpose, no fee was charged—an instance of liberality which, though only suitable to the character of that learned and eminent divine, is well deserving of public acknowledgment. To Dr. William Beattie, the biographer of Campbell, the Editor is indebted for a series of invaluable assistance, in consulting books and manuscripts only accessible in London, and otherwise facilitating inquiries by his friendly zeal and extensive knowledge of literature.

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The Gay Period of Pope's Life-Visits to BathDescription of a Journey

to Oxford-Lintot's Mode of Dealing with Critics--Jervas's House
in Cleveland Court-Pope's Removal to Twickenham-Pope's Villa

-His Grotto-Contributions to the Grotto---Lady Mary Wortley
Montagu-Pope corresponds with her-Lady Mary returns to Eng.
land-Description of Stanton Harcourt-Lady Mary at Twicken-
ham — Pope quarrels with Lady Mary- Rustic Lovers killed by
Lightning-Lady Mary and M. Ruremonde-Lady Mary's Treat-

ment of her Sister_Pope assists Gay in his Plays—Quarrel with

Cibber-Quarrel with Curll, the Publisher--Atterbury, Bishop of

Rochester-Pope's Sentiments on Religion- The Critics on Pope's

Homer-Gay's Congratulatory Poem-Notes to Gay's Poem . . 109

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