The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. In Verse and Prose: Containing the Principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton: Illustrations, and Critical and Explanatory Remarks, by Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A. and Others. To which are Added, Now First Published, Some Original Letters, with Additional Observations, and Memoirs of the Life of the Author, Հատոր 7

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J. Johnson, J. Nichols and Son, R. Baldwin, F. and C. Rivington, W. Otridge and Son ... [and 24 others], 1806
 

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Of the fame a plan for correcting and
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From Mr Wycherley
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On the ſame and further Propoſals for cor recting them
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From Mr Wycherley
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More concerning corrections of the Poems
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From Mr Wycherley after his illneſs
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From Mr Wycherley
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From Mr Wycherley Concerning the Miſ cellanies and the Critics
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Concerning Miſcellanies and the danger of young Poets
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From Mr Wycherley
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From Mr Wycherley
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From Mr Wycherley His deſire of his company and requeſt to proceed in cor recting his Papers
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More about the Poems
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Corrections fent
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Mr Walſh to Mr Wycherley
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From Mr Walſh On the ſame ſubjects
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Some critical obſervations on Engliſh Verſifica
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To Mr Cromwell
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Of his Tranſlation of the Firſt Book of Statius
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LETTER Page VI Of his Juvenile Poems
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Criticiſms on Statius
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Of Mr Wycherleys coldneſs
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Of the general conduct and inequality of mens lives
104
The uſe of poetical ſtudies A panegyric upon dogs
108
Of the taſte of country gentlemen
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On the ſeverity of criticiſm
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try life
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From Mr Cromwell On Priams Speech to Pyrrhus in Virgil
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Anſwer to the ſame
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Criticiſms about an Elegy of Ovid
128
On ſickneſs and diſappointment
130
On the ſame ſubject
133
Of Philipss Paſtorals
136
From Mr Cromwell On a paſſage in Lucan
140
Anſwer to the former with another cri ticiſm on Lucan
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From Mr Cromwell On the ſame ſubject
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On the Tranſlations of Ovid
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From Mr Cromwell On Lucan
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Obſervations on Craſhaws Poems
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Concerning laughter
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From Mr Cromwell
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Of the ſtudy of Poetry Mr Wycherley etc
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From Mr Cromwell
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From
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To the Same
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To the Same
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To the Same
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To Mrs on the Earl of Oxfords be haviour Apprehenſions of commotions Army in HydePark
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Praiſe of a country life Concern for the ſeparation of friends The comforts of integrity and independency
197
Reflections on abſence
199
Excurſion to Hampton Court
202
Deſcription of a Journey to Oxford and manner of life there
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Of a Ladys fickneſs
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Witty letters undervalued in compariſon of ſincere ones
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On the ſame ſubject to the Hon Mrs H
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To an unfortunate Lady
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To a Lady abroad
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To the Same
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To the Same
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To Mrs Arabella Fermor on her Marriage
227
TRUMBULL
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Againſt compliment and vanity the praiſe
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Againſt the violence of parties and the praiſe
241
LETTERS to and from SEVERAL PERSONS
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LETTER Page
268
LETTERS to and from Mr STEELE
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To Mr Steele Of the Emperor Adrian
286
From Mr Addiſon Concerning Mr Popes
292
LETTER Page
300
The Anſwer 266
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To the Hon concerning Mr
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Mr Jervas to Mr Pope concerning
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To the Hon James Cragge Eſq on
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From the Reverend Dean Berkley to
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To the Same
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VII
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+Mr Pope to the Reverend Mr Berkley
363
To the Duke of Buckingham in anſwer to
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From the Duke of Buckingham to Mr Pope
384
From Dr Arbuthnot after the Queens death
395
and on the calumnies about the Odyſſey
397
To the Same
405
To the Same
411
+Dr Warburton to Mr Andrew Millar
417
Account of the Family of Mrs Thomas the Miſtreſs
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Էջ 276 - ... not very common to young men, that the attractions of the world have not dazzled me very much ; and I begin, where...
Էջ 367 - Now damn them ! what if they should put it into the newspaper, how you and I went together to Oxford ? what would I care? If I should go down into Sussex, they would say I was gone to the Speaker. But what of that ? If my son were but big enough to go on with the business, by G — d I would keep as good company as old Jacob.
Էջ 277 - I never had any esteem for, are likely to enjoy this world after me. When I reflect what an...

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