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From 1716 to 1723.

LETTER

I. From the Bishop of Rochester. Concerning Mr.

Pope's general Preface to his Works - - 73

II. From the Same - - - - - - 74

III. From the Bishop of Rochester. On occasion of

the death of Mr. Pope's father -

IV. The Answer - - - - - - - 77

V. On the fate of the South-Sea -

VI. From the Bishop of Rochester. Of Mr. Dryden's

monument: The Arabian Tales : The South-sea

scheme - - - - - - - 83

VII. From the Same. On a manuscript of Huetius, and

the Epitaph on Mr. Harcourt

VIII. From the Lord Chancellor Harcourt, on the epitaph

of his son . . . . . . . - ibid.

IX. From the Bishop of Rochester. On his ill health.

Waller's verses on sickness. Mr. Prior’s funeral 91

X. From the Same. His love of the country. A pas-

sage in Tully. Of Shakspeare, and the publica-

tion of Mr. Addison's works . . . . 94

XI. To the Bishop of Rochester - - - - 97

XII. From the Bishop. On a character drawn by the

Author - - - - - - - ibid.

XIII. To the Bishop in the country: Wishes for his quiet 99

XIV. From the Bishop of Rochester, his desire of quiet,

and love of books - - - . - 100

XV. An invitation to Twickenham : The vanity and

. emptiness of the world - - - - - 101

XVI. From the Bishop of Rochester. An answer to the

former. His dislike of great men: Preparation

for his burial-place in Westminster-Abbey - 103

XVII. From the Same, on the same subject. The state of

his mind, and the world's mistake of his character 106

XVIII. From the Same. More concerning men of quality.

Of Milton's manuscript, and Agonistes - - 108

XIX. The Duke of Marlborough's funeral. The Author's .

resolution to keep clear of flattery - - - 109

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III. Of sickness, and dying young - - - - 250

IV. On the Emperor Adrian's Verses on his death-

bed - - - - - -

V. From Mr. Steele - - - - - - 255

VI. The Answer - -

- ibid.

VII. To Mr. Steele. Of the Emperor Adrian · - 257

VIII. From Mr. Steele - - - - - - 258

IX. Ode. The Dying Christian to his Soul - - ibid.

X. To Mr. Addison. On Dennis's Remarks on Cato 259

XI. From Mr. Addison. Concerning Mr. Pope's

Translation of Homer - - - - - 261

XII. From Mr. Addison. On the same - - - 264

XIII. To Mr. Addison. Against Party-spirit - - 265

XIV. Of the freedom of a friend, the incongruity of

man, and the vanity of the world - - • 267

XV. Of the Version of Homer: Party animosity - 270

XVI. Concerning some misunderstandings . - 273

XVII. To the Hon. concerning Mr. Addison,

Philips's Calumny, and Mr. Gay's Pastorals · 277

XVIII. The vanity of Poetical Fame, serious thoughts - 278

XIX. Concerning the Translation of Homer - - 280

XX. To Mr. Jervas of the same - - - - 283

XXI. To the Same, on the equal and easy terms of

friendship • - - - - - - 284

XXII. Mr. Jervas to Mr. Pope, concerning Mr. Addison 286

XXIII. The Answer - - - - - - 287

XXIV. Mr. Pope to the Earl of Halifax . . - 290

XXV. Dr. Parnelle, Dr. Berkley, Mr. Gay, and Dr.

Arbuthnot; concerning Mr. Pope's Homer - 291

XXVI. To the Hon. James Craggs, Esq. on the same - 294

XXVII. To Mr. Congreve. Of sincerity; the scurrilities

of abusive Critics; what ought to be the temper

of an Author - - - - - - 297

XXVIII. To the Same, of the Farce called the What-d'ye

call it - - - - - - - 299

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