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XIV. To the Hon. Mrs-
XV. Excufe for not writing. Of Mr Fenton's death.
XIX. Complaints of his abfence, and fome envy at his
XX. The author more and more inclined to retirement.
XXII. Defiring him to return to town and refume the
XXV. From Mr Cleland to Mr Gay.
XXVI. Mr Pope to the Earl of Burlington.
XXVIII. On the death of Mr Gay, his mother's illness
XXIX. To Hugh Bethel, Efq; praise of humanity and
XXX. To the fame. On the death of the Earl of C-
XXXII. On the publishing his Letters. The fituation of
XXXVI. From the Earl of Peterborow. His diflike of
XXXVII. From the Earl of Peterborow from his gar-
XXXVIII. From the fame.
Defire to fee Dr Swift.
XLII. To Mr Richardfon.
XLIII. XLIV. To the fame; after Mrs Pope's death.
XLVIII. The answer.
The character of Katharine late Duchefs of Buckingham-
A Letter to a Noble Lord on occafion of fome libels writ-
LETTERS to and from Dr SwIFT and others.
I. To Dr Swift. Retired from Court fome months
II. From Dr Swift, at Dublin. How little he cares
IV. Dr Swift's anfwer. His inquiry concerning Mr
V. Dr Swift to Mr Pope: An apology for his con-
VI. Dr Swift to Mr Gay.
VII Mr Pope to Dr Swift, occafioned by the former:
IX. Dr Swift's answer.
X. From Mr Pope to Dr Swift. An invitation te
XI. From Dr Swift: Of Gulliver's Travels and his
XII. To Dr Swift. Character of fome of his friends in
XIII. Dr Swift's answer. Death of Lord Oxford's fon:
XIV. Expectations of Dr Swift's journey to England.
XV. From Dr Swift, preparing to leave England
XVI. Answer from Mr Pope. The regret of his de-
parture, remembrance of the fatisfaction paft,
XVII. Defires for his return, and fettlement in Eng.
land: the various fchemes of his other friends,
XVIII. From Mr Gay and Mr Pope. An account of
XX. From Dr Swift. About Gulliver and of a fe
XXI. From the fame. Concerning party, and depen-
XXVII. Dr Swift to Mr Gay. On the refufal of that
employment, and his quitting the Court. Of
XXVIII. From Lord Bolingbroke and Mr Pope. Of the
XXIX. Of a true Jonathan Gulliver in New England:
XXX. From Dr Swift. Answer to the former: His
XXXI. From the fame. His own and Mr Pope's tem-
XXXII. Lord Bolingbroke's life in the country. More
XXXIV. From Bath The pleasure of being abused in
XXXV. From Dr Swift. His manner of living with