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Of the Encroachments and Externals, Happiness not
Impofitions of Priests 345 plac'd in them

356
Mr. Dryden to the fame Pur- Evil Moral, whence it ari-
pose
346 feth

360
Şelf-Love causes Social 348
Policy and Religion

ibid
Whence Harmony arifes 349

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Modes of Government and
Faith

ibid Lander's Mares seiz'd
Commentary thereon ibid and how recover'd 40
Government:

350 Fenton, Mr. invited by Mr.
Right divine

357 Pope to his House 219
Religion

352 'Receives a Letter from him
Quotation thereon ibid to that Purpose
Concerning Happiness 353 Returns all his Letters 221
The Learned understand not
what it is

354
Not plac'd in Externals 356

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Mr. Dryden of the Summum
Bonum

357

Speech of niş about
Dr. Ratcliff

35
Accidents accounted for 359 Gay, Mr. receives a Letter
Rise of Moral Evil 360 from Mr. Pope concerning
Miracles not to be confantly the Progress he had made
expected

361

in Painting
The Unreasonableness of The Friendship between him
Zealots

ibid
and Mr. Pope

96
Commentary thereon 363 Where born

ibid
Guarini that all will turn to The fame Age as Mr. Popie
Good
364

ibid
What is not the proper Re- of a good Family 97

ward of Virtue ibid Put Apprentice to a Mercer
Commentary thereon 365

ibid
Riches not Happiness 366 Dislikes Business and leaves
Wisdom Lord Bolingbroke it

ibid
complimented for 368 Contracts an Acquaintance
Self-Love how it proceeds to with Mr. Pope

ibid
Charity

372 Espouses the high Party and
Concludes with a Recapitu-

appears at Court ibid
lation of the Whole 373

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In what Happiness conic G Arteb Sit Samuel,

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Why he did not make the Meets with a Disappointment
Tour of Europe 98 at Court

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Writes' Trivia ibid Receives a Letter from Mr.
Quotation from it ibid Pope concerning the Birth
Writes a Comedy with Mr. of a young Prince, &c. 114
Pope and Dr. Arbuthnot Receives a Letter of Conso-

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lation from Mr. Pope 118
Writes to Mr. Pope concern Contracts a very bad Disor
ing the Comedy

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Comedy, not publish'd Receives a humourous Let-
with his other Works 103 ter from Mr. Pope
Verses on the Princess of Comes to Town ibid
Wales:

ibid His Fever grows inflamma-
When appointed Secretary fory and he dies

122
to the Embassy to Hanover Remark thereon * ibid

ibid How his Fortune was ob-
Carefs'd by Mr. Pope on his tain'd

ibid
Return

104

Buried in Westminster Abbey
Receives a Letter of welcome with great Solemnity. 122
from Mr. Pope

ibid

A Monument rais'd to his
What Mr. Pope advis d him Memory
too

105 What he says on Pastoral
Goes to France with Mr.

Writing

130
Pulteney

106 How he makes' Clowns
His Sentiments on the Fop speak of their Sweethearts
peries of

that Nation ibid
Returns from France 108 A Maiden complaining of
Goes to Stanton Harcourt

146
ibid The Parson's Maid about
The surprising Accident that Gipfies

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happend there

ibid Quotation from his Flights
His Letter thercon to Mr.

184
Fenton

ibid Gardens, how Mr. Pope was
Receives a Letter from Mr. adyis'd about his 190
Pope of Invitation to live Guarini, his faithful Shep-
with him

II2 herd speaks of his Mistress
to go with

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him to France or elsewhere Amarillis complains of Love
ibid

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Receives a Letter from Mr. A Speech of Linco's

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from it Hampton-Court, Mr. Pope LETTERS. - entertain'd there, and by Mr. Theobald, in justification who

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of his Double Falshood,, a. Happiness, in what it consists gainst Mr Pope

6 358 Mr. Secretary Craggs to Mr. Commentary thereon" ibid Pope from Paris, giving an Honour, Maids of, how Account of the French Lathey live

34 dies
Honours not Happiness 366 Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay con-
Howe, Mrs. Question of cerning the Progrefs he
her's to Mr. Pope

made in Painting
Mr. Pope to Mr. Jervas'
concerning his going to
Oxford, and his becoming
a Hiftory Painter

22

Blaunt what he assum'd 246 from Oxford, and makes 'a Speech of the Goddess Dul Declaration of his Love to nefs thereon,

247
her

33 Jervas, Mr. a Lady of Qua- Part of one from Mr. Pope lity returns a Picture on his to Mrs, Blount

36 Hands

25 Mr. Pope to Mrs. Blount from Paints another for her and Oxford concerning his Re. pleases her 26 "ception there

37 Infallibility of the Pope Pa- Mt. Pope to Mrs. Blount con* pifts can't ubjure 42 cerning the Camp at HydeJournal, Grub-Street, Mr. Park and the Pretender 39 Pope said to have had a Mr. Pope to Mr. Blount after Hand in

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the Affair at Preston 42 Mr. Pope to Mr. Blount after he left England

46 Mr. Pope to Mrs. Blount on Ilmansegg, Madam, in the Death of her Brother vites Mr. Pope to an

49 Assembly and refuses to go Mr. Pope to Mrs. Blount a* 35 Letter of Compliment 57

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Mr. Pope to Mrs. Blount Mr. Gay to Mt. Pope a Lesconcerning the Death of

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56 his Epitaph Mr. Pope to the Honourable Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay a Lect Robert Digby, Esq; con ter of Consolation 118 cerning. Lord Batburst's Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay a Let

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ter of Wit and Humour izz Mr. Cleland to Mr. Gay, ex Mr. Pope to Mr. Blount concusing Mr. Pope about the cerning his Way of Living Character of Lord Timon

73

To Mr. Cromwell on the Mr. Pope to the Earl of Bur:

fame Subject

155 lington excusing himself a Mr. Pope to Mr. Blount on bouc tile Character of Lord his Recovery from a Fit of Timon

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Illness -

156 Mr. Pope to Mr. Digby con Mr. Poße to Mr. Bluunt descerning Dre Arbuthnot's fcribing his Grotto

190 Brother

86 Lord Chancellor Harcourt Mr. Pope to an Honourable to Mr. Pope about his EpiGentlenian concerning his taph"

212 Quarrel with Mr. Philips 87 Mr. Pope to Mr. Fenton a M. Pope to Mrs. Blount as "Letter of Invitation bout Elenbein House-93

Dean Berkely to "Mr. Popa Mr. Gay to Mr. Pope, which describing the land Inarim discovers that Mr. Pope had a Hand in Writing the Mr Pape

Papa to Mr. Richardson Comedy of Three Hours af about drawing the Picture ter Marriage 102

of his dead Mother Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay wel. Mr. Savage to the Barl of

coming him on his Return Middlesex about the Dunfrom Hanover

104

ciad, &c. Mr. Gay to Mr. Fenton from His Letter to a Friend at Stanton: Harcourt relating

Brifol on being arrested

Coutis a wonderful and sorrowful

298 Accidente

108 His Lever to a friend in Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay defir.

London absut his Poem se jog him to come and live with him

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12 Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay concerning the Birth of a young guys..club

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Earl of Part of his Lettes
to Mr. Pope

248 lightly Pleasures of no Value but as discours d on

communicable or commu. Marlborough, Duke and nicated

355 Dutchefs of, diflik'd by Mr. Phillips, Mr. Ambrose, falfe Pope and why

92

Report of him at Button's Miracles not to be constantly expected

361 Imitates the Song of SoloMiser dying makes his Will mon in one of his Pastorals 29

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What he says concerning Pa. ftoral Writing

128 Nome il Parabe stile Shepherd Speaking of his Narcissus and this Flatterer Shepherd's Discourse about 246 Magick

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Story of the Nightingale O by Mr. Pope 29 Peras not encouragd Poet, a certein one, makes

a great Mistake' about the Opera, Beggar, wrote by Author of the Essay on Man

Ils The first Song altered by Mr. Poetry, what Kinds Mr.

ibid Pope did not attempt 48 Oxford, Earl of, Mrs. Polly, a Sequel to the Bege Blount's Concern for his gars Opera wrote" by Mr. Fall

it His Spirit in bearing it 39 Prohibited by the Lord A Saying of his 46

ibid Printed with some Altera. P tions

Ibid Pope, Mr. his Modesty in the

Publication of his Works P. Martin under food by 1 Papists how and why disap- Receives a Letter from Mr. pointed 41 Secretary Craggi

18 Paftorals, great Writers of Writes a Letter to Mr. Gay them compar'd

126

concerning the Progress he Their different kinds ibid had made in Painting

20 Peterborough, Dean of, what Goes to Oxford he preach'd at Court 72

Mr. Gay

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