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LONDON:
Printed for C. BATHURST; J. Rivington and Sons ;

B. White; T. LONGMAN; B. LAW; S. CROWDER;
J. ROBSON; J. JOHNSON; J. KNOX; G. ROBINSON
and. Co.; T. CADELL; J. Nichols; R. BALDWIN;

and J. Bew.

MDCC LXXXVIII.

HARVARD UNIVE451)

47*54

LETTER
XIX. Concerning Miscellanies, and the danger of young

poets.
XX. From Mr. Wycherley.
XXI. From Mr. Wycberley.
XXII. From Mr. Wycherley. His desire of his company ;

and request to proceed in correcting his papers.
XXIII. More about the poems.
XXIV. Corrections fent.
XXV. From Mr. Wycherley. In answer to the account

of the ftate of his papers. XXVI. The last advice about his papers, to turn them

into selet Maxims and Reflections, which Mr. Wycherley agreed to and begun before his death.

to 1707

LETTERS to and from Mr. WALSH.

From
1705

p. 41. LETTER

I. Mr. Wallh to Mr. Wycherley,
II. Mr. Wallh to Mr. Pope. Concerning pastoral

and pastoral comedy.
III. The answer. Of correcting, and the extreme

of it. Of pastoral comedy, and its character.

Of the liberty of borrowing from the ancients.
IV. From Mr. Waljh, on the same subje&ts.
V. From Mr. Wals. Of mechanical criticks ; of

wit and conceit, a request concerning one of his

pastorals. VI. Some critical observations in English Versification.

LETTERS to and from Mr. CROMWELL.

From 1708 to 1711.

P. 53• LETTER

I. TO Mr. Cromwell.
II. To the same.
III. To the fame.
IV. Concerning the first publication of the author's

poems.

LETTER

V. Of his translation of the first book of Statius.
VI. Of his Juvenile Poems.
VII. Criticisms on Statius.
VIII. Of Mr. Wycherley's coldness.
IX. Of the general conduct and inequality of men's

lives.
X. The use of poetical studies. A panegyrick upon

dogs.
XI. Of the taste of country gentlemen.
XII.
XIII. After an illness. The obfcurity of a country life.
XIV. On the same subject. Concerning Rondeaus.
XV. From Mr. Cromwell. On Priam's Speech to

Pyrrhus in Virgil.
XVI. Answer to the same.
XVII. Criticism about an elegy of Ovid.
XVIII. On fickness and disappointment. .
XIX.

XX. Of Philips's Paftorals.
XXI. From Mr. Cromwell

. On a pasage in Lucan. XXII. Answer to the former, with another criticism on

Lucan.
XXIII. From Mr. Cromwell.
XXIV.

XXV. From Mr. Cromwell.
XXVI. Objervations on Crashaw's poems.
XXVII. Concerning laughter.
XXVIII. From Mr. Cromwell.
XXIX. Of the study of poetry; Mr. Wycherley, etc.

XXX. From Mr. Cromwell.
XXXI.

LeTTERS to Several LADIES.

p. 110.

LETTER

I. II. III. IV. V. VI.
VII. To a Lady from Bath.
VIII. To the fame.

IX. X.
Vol. V.

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