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LETTER
XXII. Answer to the former, with another criticism on

Lucan.
XXIII. XXIV. XXV. From Mr Cromwell.
XXVI. Obfervations on Crashaw's poems.
XXVII. Concerning laughter.
XXVIII. From Mr Cromwell,
XXIX. Of the study of poetry; Mr Wycherley, br.

XXX. From Mr Cromwell.
XXXI.

LETTERS to SEVERAL LADIES. 'p. 125.
LETTER

I. II. III. IV. V. VI.
VII. VIII. To a Lady from Bath.

IX. X.
XI. To Mrs on the Earl of Oxford's Behaviour,

apprehensions of commotions, army in Hyde

Park.
XII. Praise of a country life. Concern for the fe-

paration of friends. The comforts of integrity

and independercy. XIII. XIV. XV. Description of a journey to Oxford, and man

ner of life there. XVI. Of a lady's sickness.

XVII. Witty letters undervalued in comparison of finzXVIII. On the fanie subject, to the Hon. Mrs H.

XIX. To an unfortunate lady.

XX. XXI. XXII. To a lady abroad.
XXIII. T. Mrs Arabella Fermor on her marriage.

cere ones.

LETTERS to and from Sir WILLIAM TRUMBULIO From 1705 to 1716.

p. 171 LETTER

1. From Sir William Trumbull. On occasion of

Milton's Juvenilia, encouraging the author to

publish his. II. From Sir William Trumbull. Of his firfi

translation of Homer. III. From Sir William Trumbull. On the Rape of

the Lock.
IV. Against compliment, and vanity; the praise of

fincerity and friendship.
V. Concerning the Tragedy of Cato.
VI. From Sir William Trumbull.
VII. Against the violence of parties, and the praise

of general benevolence.
VIII. From Sir William Trumbull. Of an epigram

in Martial, on a happy old age.

p. 184

LETTERS to and from SEVERAL PERSONS.

From 1711 to 1714. LETTER

I. To the Hon. 7. G. E/q. Reflections on the Ef

Say on Criticism.
II. To the fame. On a passage of the fame Elay
III To the same against party-spirit.
IV. To my Lord Lansdown.
V. The Hon. 7. C. to Mr Pope concerning Better-

ton's remains. Rape of the Lock, 6c.
VI. The answer.
VII. TO

con returning his letters.
VIII. From the Lord Lansdown,
VOL. V.

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*Letter

IX. To General Anthony Hamilton, on his having

translated the Essay on Criticism into French
verse.

LETTERS : to and from Mr STEELE, Mr

AUDISON, &c.

From 1712 to 1715.

.p. 204 LETTER

I. Mr Steele to Mr Pope. Of Sir Charles Sed

ley's death. The author's Eclogue on the Mef

fiah.
* II. Concerning a public, private, or mixed life.
III. Of sickness and dying young.
- IV.On the Emperor Adrian's verses on his death,

bed.
V. From Mr Steele.
* VI.
VII. Of the Emperor Adrian.
VIII. From Mr Steele.

JX.

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X. On Dennis's remarks on Cato.
XI. From Mr Addison. Concerning Mr Pope's

translation of Homer.
XII. From Mr Addison. On the same.
XIII. Against party-Spirit.
XIV. Of the freedom of a friend. The 'incongruity

of Man, and the varity of the world.
xv. Of the verfion of Homer: Party animosity.
XVI. Concerning some misunderstandings:
XVII. To the Hon.- concerning Mr Addison,

Philips's calumný, and Mr Gay's Pastorals.
XVIII. The vanity of poetical fame, serious thoughts.

LETTER

XIX. Concerning the translation of Homer.
XX. To Mr Jervas, of the fame.
XXI. To the same, on the equal and easy terms of

friendship.
XXII. Mr Jervas to Mr Pope. concerning Mr

Addison.
XXIII. The answer.
XXIV. Mr Pope to the Earl of Hallifax.
XXV. Dr Parnelle, Dr Berkley, Mr Gay, and Dr

Arbuthnot; concerning Mr Pope's Homer.
XXVI. To the Hon. James Craggs, Esq; on the same.
XXVII To Mr Congreve. Of sincerity; the fcurri-

lities of abusive critics ; what ought to be the

temper of an author.
XXVIII. To the same, of the Farce called the .What.

d'ye-call-it.
XXIX. To the same."
XXX. from Mr Congreve.'.

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LETTERS to and from SEVERAL PERSONS.

From the year 1.714 to 1721. P: 255 LETTER

1. From the Reverend Dean Berkley to Mr Pope.

Of the Rape of the Lock; the siate of learning,

in Italy
11. Mr Pope to Mr Jervas. ..
III. To the same.
IV. To the same.

V. The Hon. Mr Graggs to Mr Pope.
VI. TO Mr Fentan concerning Mr Secretary

Craggs's advice to him to write. The author's
manner of passing his time.

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