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Contents of the Fourth VOLUME,
LETTERS to and from several Persons from the Year 1711 to 1714.
6 3. To the same, against Party Spirit.
8 4. To my Lord Lansdown 5. The Hon. J. C. to Mr. Pope, concerning Betterton's Remains, &c. 12 6. The Answer 7. To — on returning his Letters
IS 8. From the Lord Lansdown
16 9. To Gen. Anthony Hamilton, on his having tranAated the Essay on
Criticism into French Verse
LETTERS to and from Mr. Steele, Mr. Addison, &c. from the Years
1712 to 1715. LET. 5. Mr. Steelc to Mr. Pope. Of Sir Charles Sedley's Death. The Author's Eclogue on the Melliah
19 2. Concerning a public, private, or mixed Life 3. Of Sickness, and dying young 4. On the Emperor Adrian's Verses on his Death-bed
23 5. From Mr. Steele
ib. 7. Of the Emperor Adrian
26 8. From Mr. Steele
ib, je. On Dennis's Remarks on Cato
28 11. From Mr. Addison, concerning Mr. Pope's Tranfation of Homer 29 12. From Mr. Addison, on the fame
30 13. Against Party-fpirit
31 14. Of the Freedom of a Friend. The Incongruity of Man, and the Vanity of the World
33 15. Of the Version of Homer. Party Animosity
35 16. Concerning fome Misunderstandings
37 17. To the Hon.
, concerning Mr. Addison, Philips's Calamny, and Mr. Gay's Pastorals 18. The Vanity of poetical Fame, serious Thoughts 19. Concerning the Translation of Homer 20. To Mr. Jervas, of the same
43 23 To the fame, on the equal and easy Terms of Friendlip
44 27. Mr. Jervas to Mr. Pope concerning Mr. Addison
46 23. The Answer 26. Mr. Pope to the Earl of Halifax
25. Dr. Parnelle, Dr. Berkley, &c. concerning Mr. Pope's Homer
LETTERS to and from several Persons from the Year 1714 10. 1721.
681 63 64
LET. I. From the Rev. Dean Berkley to Mr. Pope. Of the Rape of
the Lock; the State of Learning in Italy 2. Mr. Pope to Mr. Jervas 3. To the same 4. To the same 5. The Hon. Mr. Craggs to Mr. Pope i 6. To Mr. Fenton Concerning Mr. Secretary Craggs's Advice to him,
to write; the Author's Manner of passing his Time %. From Dean Berkeley. A Description of the Island Inarime, &c. 68 8. Mr. Pope to - The Author building and planting. Death of several Friends, and particularly of Dr. Garth
70 9. To Mr. on the Circuit
73 30 To the Earl of Burlington. An Account of a Journey to Oxford with Bernard Lintot, a Bookseller
74 I't. To the D. of Buckingham, in Anfwer to his on Bukingham-house 78 12. From the Duke of Buckingham to Mr. Pope, on the Dispute in
France concerning Homer 53. Answer to the former 14. From Dr. Arbu' hnot, after the Queen's Death. Of the Papers of
Scriblerus and Dr. Swift 15. To Dr. Arbuthnot, on his Return from France, and on the Ca.
lumnies about the Odyssey 26. To Robert Earl of Oxford 17. The Earl of Oxford's Answer
LETTERS to and from Edward Blount, Efq; from the Year 1714 to 1925,
State of the Times; the Siege Barcelona, the Queen's Death ;
94 2. From Mr. Blount, Answer to the former. His Temper in Religion
and Politics 3. From Mr. Blount. His Disposition to Quiet ; Reflections on the
Affair of Preston : an Invitation into the Country 4. An Account of the Death of Mr. Wycherley
99 5. Contemplations on the Pleasures of separate Spirits ; on the narrow
Conceptions of Men, &c. 6. Consolations under Persecution ; the Duty of mutual Asistance, &c. 102 From Mr. Blount
105 8. After the Aflair of Prellon; the Author's Removal, &c.
9. TO Mr. Blount, after his Retirement into Flanders. On the History
of Jeffery of Monmouth, &c. 10. On the Death of the Author's Father II. To Mr. Blount 12. On Mr. Blount's Recovery from an Illness: Advice to fell his Eliate 11 13.. Of his Manner of Life in the Country, and of the Author's near town
113 14. A Description of a Grotto
-114 15. On the Approach of Winter, Hospitality, and a cheerful Family is
LETTERS to and from the Hon. Robert Digby from the Year 1717 to 1727.
LET. 1. After a Fit of Sickness. Of the Tragedy of Gorboduc. The
118 2. Excuse for writing carelessly. The Humour of the Town 3. From Mr. Digby, Answer to the former 4. On the finishing his Tra'illation of the Iliad. His Situation at Twickenham, &c. The Death of a Friend
a 5. From Mr. Digby. Answer to the former
124 6. From Mr. Digby. On the outh-sea Year
125 7. Answer to the former
126 8. 9, From Mr. Digby, on the same Subject
I 2.7 10. Character of Dr. Arbuthnot, and his Brother. Death of a Friend 128 11. Character of the Digby Family
129 12. Lord Bathursts's Wood; the Camp in Hyde-park; the Bishop of Rochester's Conversation
130 13. A Winter Invitation to a Fire-side
132 14. From Mr. Digby. A Letter of Frindship, &c.
133 15. On the same Subject
135 16. 17. On the Season of Christmas. Customs of Hospitality, &c.
138 18. To the Hon. Edw. Digby on his Brother's Death
LETTERS to and from Dr. Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, from the
Year 1716 to 1723.
Lit. 1. From the Bishop of Rochester, concerning Mr. Pope's general
141 2. From the same
142 3. From the Bishop of Rochester, on Occasion of the Death of Mr. Pope's Father
ib. 4. The Answer $. On the Fate of the South Sea 6. From the Bishop of Rochester. Of Mr. Dryden's Monument. The Arabian Tales. The South-sea Scheme
147 7. From the fame. On a Manuscript of Huetius, and the Epitaph on Mr. Harcourt
149 8. From the Lord Chancellor Harcourt, on the Epitaph of his Son 150 9. From the Bishop of Rochester. On his ill Health, Waller's Verses on Sickness, Mr. Prior's Funeral