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Ù. From Mr. Digby. Answer to the former.
XI. Character of the Digby-Family.
Hyde-Park; the Bishop of Rochester's
XV. On the same subje&t.
LETTERS to and from Dr. ATTERBURY,
Bishop of ROCHESTER.
From 1716 to 1723.
Mr. Pope's general preface to his works.
fion of the death of Mr. Pope's father.
V. On the fate of the South-Sea.
Dryden's monument : The Arabian Tales :
The South-Sea scheme.
Huetius, and the epitaph on Mr. Har
court. VIII. From the Lord Chancellor Harcourt, on the
epitaph of bis son. IX. From the Bishop of Rochester. On bis ill
health. Waller's verses on fickness. Mr.
A pasage in Tully. Of Shakespeare, and
the publication of Mr. Addison's works. XI. To the Bishop of Rochester.
by the author. XIII. To the Bishop in the country : Wishes for
his quiet. XIV. From the Bishop of Rochester, bis defire of
quiet, and love of books. XV. An invitation to Twickenham : The va
nity and emptiness of the world. XVI. From the Bishop of Rochester. An an
swer to the former. His dislike of great men : Preparation for his burial-place in
Westminster-Abbey. XVII. From the same, on the same subje&t. The
state of his mind, and the world's mia
ftake of his character. XVIII. From the same. More concerning men of
quality. Of Milton's manuscript, and
Agonistes. XIX. The Duke of Marlborough's funeral.
The author's resolution to keep clear of
flattery. XX. From the Bishop. Answer to the for
mer. Application of some verses of Horace to the Duke of Marlborough's fu
neral. XXI. From the Bishop of Rochester in the
Tower. XXII. The answer. b 2
LETTERS to and from Mr. GAY, &c.
From 1712 to 1732. p. 142, LETTER I. The author's opinion of Mr. Gay's merit and
modesty. II. His desire to do him service, and advice as to
the study of poetry. III. Concerning painting ; Mr. Gay's poem of
the Fan. IV. TO Mr. Gay on his return from Hanover
after the Queen's death. Advice about po
litics. V. After the death of the author's father, and
the sale of his estate. Mr. Gay's poem to Mr. Lowndes, and his expectations at
court. VI. From Mr. Gay at Bath; on the remark
able death of two lovers by lightning, with
their epitaph. VII. To Mr. Gay at Bath; the commitment of the Bishop of Rochester to the Tower.
fickness. XIII. On his recovery, and Mr. Congreve's
death. XIV. To the Hon Mrs. XV. Excuse for not writing. Of Mr. Fen
ton's death. XVI. A congratulation to Mr. Gay, on the
end of his expectations at court. The innocence of a private life, and the happiness
of independency. XVII. From Mr. Gay, in the country. Thoughts
of buying a farm, and about the Dun
ciad. XVIII. To Mr. Gay, in the country. Wishes to
to serve him. XIX. Complaints of bis absence, and some envy
at his htuation. XX. The author more and more inclined to re
tirement. XXI. More of the same. Concern for his friend's
absence, affection to his person, and wishes for his happiness.