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From a Picture by Richardson,
Published by Cadell & Davies, Strand, and the other Proprietors, May 1. 1807.
Alexander Pope, Efq.
IN VERSE AND PROSE,
THE PRINCIPAL NOTES OF
DRS. WARBURTON AND WARTON;
ILLUSTRATIONS, AND CRITICAL AND EXPLANATORY REMARKS,
BY JOHNSON, WAKEFIELD, A. CHALMERS, F.S.A.
TO WHICH ARE ADDED, NOW FIRST PUBLISHED,
WITH ADDITIONAL OBSERVATIONS, AND MEMOIRS OF THE
By the Rev. WILLIAM LISLE BOWLES, A. M.
PREBENDARY OF SALISBURY, AND
IN TEN VOLUMES.
Printed for J. Johnfon, J. Nichols and Son, R. Baldwin, F. and C. Rivington,
270. e. 127.
The WIFE of BATH, from Chaucer
The First Book of STATIUS'S THEBAIS
The FABLE of DRYOPE, from Ovid's Metamorphofes 253
VERTUMNUS and POMONA, from Ovid's Metamor-
III. Of WALLER, on a Lady finging to her lute
On a FAN of the Author's Defign, in which
was painted the ftory of CEPHLALUS and
PROCRIS, with the Motto, AURA VENI
V. Of the E. of ROCHESTER, On SILENCE
VI. Of the E. of DORSET, ARTEMISIA
VII. Of Dr. SWIFT, The happy life of a country
Epistle to ROBERT Earl of Oxford and Mortimer 319
JAMES CRAGGS, Efq. Secretary of State 324
Mr. JERVAS, with Mr. DRYDEN's Trans-
A Prologue to a Play for Mr. DENNIS's benefit, in
1733, when he was old, blind, and in great
diftrefs, a little before his death
To Mr. JOHN MOORE, author of the celebrated
SONG, by a Perfon of Quality, 1733
On his Grotto at Twickenham, compofed of Mar-
ble, Spars, Gems, Ores, and Minerals
To Mr. GAY, congratulating him on finishing his