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I never could speak in public ; and I do not believe that if it was a set thing , I
could give an account of any story to twelve friends together ; though I could tell it
to any three of them with a great deal of pleasure . When I was to appear for the ...
The French translation of my Essay on Man gives the sense very well , and lays it
more open ; which may be of good service to Mr. Dobson in any passages where
he may find. * See p . 20 , where he says he showed this Essay to Walsh in ...
Lord Oxford was to give him a hundred guineas for it . He began upon it , and I
think translated all the first epistle ; and what I showed of it to Lord Oxford and Mr.
Pope was very well approved of . It was then that Mr. Benson offered to give the ...
Let Clarke make half his life the poor's support ; But let him give the other half to
CourtWas a couplet in the manuscript for the fourth book of the Dunciad ; but I
believe I shall omit it , though , if rightly understood , it has more of commendation
In translating both the Iliad and Odyssey , my usual method was to take
advantage of the first heat , and then to correct each book , first , by the original ,
next by other translations , and lastly , to give it a reading for the versification only.
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A collection of anecdotes, mostly collected from Spence's conversations with Pope, but including snippets from many others as well. Most deal with literature, writing, and impressions of ... Read full review