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CXIII. On the fame CXIV. On a noble Lord, who made profeffions of fervice
CXV. A character of their common friend,his amusements in his garden, and folicitude for the projected edition
354 CXVI. Defires his friend to correct the Ellay on Homer.
CXVII. Thanks him for having done it 357 CXVIII. Account of the publication of the DUN359 CXIX. Of his ill ftate of health. The edition of his works. The laureat-and the clergy. ibid. CXX. The increase of his disorder and the forefight of its confequences
CXXI. On the fame
TO AND FROM
Dr. JONATHAN SWIFT, &c.
From the Year 1714 to 1737.
Mr. POPE to Dr. SWIFT.
June 18, 1714.
HATEVER Apologies it might become me to make at any other time for writing to you, I fhall ufe none now, to a man who has owned himself as fplenetic as a Cat in the Country. In that circumftance, I know by experience a letter is a very useful, as well as amufing thing: If you are too bufied in ftate affairs to read it, yet you may find entertainment in folding it into divers figures, either doubling it into a pyramidical, or twisting it into a ferpentine form: or, if your B 2 difpofition