VI. From the Bishop of Rochester. Of Mr.
Dryden's monument : the Arabian
Tales : the South-sea scheme, 250
VII. From the same. On a manuscript of
Huetius, and the epitaph on Mr. Har-
VIII. From the Lord Chancellor Harcourt,
on the epitaph of his son,
IX. From the Bishop of Rochester. On his
ill health. Waller's verses on sickness.
Mr. Prior's funeral,
X. From the same. His love of the coun.
try. A passage in Tully. Of Shake-
speare, and the publication of Mr.
XI. To the Bishop of Rochester,
XII. From the Bishop. On a character drawn
by the author,
XIII. To the Bishop in the country: wishes for
XIV. From the Bishop of Rochester, his defire
of quiet, and love of books,
XV. An invitation to Twickenham : the va.
nity and emptiness of the world, 263
XVI. From the Bishop of Rochester. An an-
swer to the former. His dislike of
great men: preparation for his burial.
place in Weltminster-abbey,
XVII. From the fame, on the same subject. The
ftate of his mind, and the world's
miltake of his character,
XVIII. From the fame. More concerning men
of quality. Of Milton's manuscript,
XIX. The Duke of Marlborough's funeral.
The author's resolution to keep clear
XX. From the Bifhop. Answer to the for-
mer. Application of some verses of
Homer to the Duke of Marlborough's