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Alexander Pope Efq.
VOL U ME VIII.
SECOND of his LETTERS.
Contents of the Eighth Volume.
the times : the fiege of Barcelona, the
the peace of the nation.
His temper in religion and politics.
quiet ; reflections on the affair of Preston :
An invitation into the country.
VI. Consolations under persecution : The duty
of mutual affiftance : Universal Charity.
The author leaving Windfor-Foreft.
XII. On Mr. Blount's recovery from an ill-
nels : Advice to sell his estate.
of the author's near the town.
and a cheerful family.
Gorboduc. The author's progress in tran-
flating Homer's Iliad."