The works of Alexander Pope, with notes and illustrations, by himself and others. To which are added, a new life of the author [&c.] by W. Roscoe, Том 6

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From the same On Tonsons Miscellanies and Mal
99
From the same On Mr Cromwells severity as a critic
115
From Mr Cromwell On Priams speech to Pyrrhus
122
From Mr Pope On the same subject
134
From Mr Cromwell On Lucan
136
From Mr Pope On the translations of Ovid
137
From Mr Cromwell On Lucan and on one of Mr Popes poems
138
From Mr Pope Remarks on Crashaws poems
140
From the same On raillery
142
From Mr Cromwell Concerning Mr Wycherley
144
From Mr Pope Observations on the study of poetry and of Mr Wycherley
146
From Mr Cromwell Advising Mr Pope to attempt tragedy
147
From Mr Pope in answer to the above
148
FROM 1711 to 1714
151
From the same Requesting Pope to write some words for music III From the same Sir Charles Sedleys life and observations upon Popes Eclogue on t...
163
From Mr Pope Concerning Denniss remarks upon
182
From Mr Craggs Concerning Bettertons remains
190
From the same Of the vanity of Fame
196
LETTERS TO AND FROM MR CARYLL
203
From Mr Pope to Lord Lansdown On inscribing to
214
On Dryden and the misrepresentations of his character
265
From Mr Pope to Mrs On painting
269
to 1725
285
From Mr Pope to Mrs Martha Blount Sending
319
From the same to Mrs Teresa Blount With the news
361
LETTER PAGE XLI From the same to the same
375
From the same to the same On the illness of Mrs Martha Blount
376
From Dr Swift to Mrs Martha Blount
377
From the same to the same
378
From Mrs Martha Blount to Dr Swift After an illness
380
From the same to the same Containing an account of Mr Popes journey to Bath
384
From the same to Mrs Martha Blount Containing an account of his journey from Bath to Bristol and a description of the Bath
402
From the same to the same With a description of the country near Bristol
404
From the same to the same Written from Stowe with an account of the mode of living there
407
From the same to the same Written from the same place
410
From the same to the same On the quarrel between them and Mr and Mrs Allen
413
From the same to the same Begging her to leave Mr Allens house
415
From the Duchess of Queensberry to Mrs Martha Blount
418
From Lady Temple to Mrs Martha Blount
420
LETTERS TO AND FROM MR JERVAS SIR GODFREY
421
KNELLER AND MR JONATHAN RICHARDSON I To Mr Jervas Concerning the translation of Homer
423
To the same on the same subject
425
To the same On moderation in friendship
426
From the same Concerning Mr Addison
428
To the same Concerning Mr Addison and Dr Swift
429
To the same On Homer
431
LETTER PAGE VII From Mr Jervas to Mr Pope
432
From the same to the same
433
From the same With a message from Lady Mary W G
434
From the same Of the proposals for Mr Popes Homer
435
From the same On names and subscriptions received for Homer
436
From the same On Dean Berkeley
437
From Mr Pope to Mr Jervas in Ireland
438
To the same Concerning Mr Gay
440
To the same Advising him to commence historical painting
441
To the same On his long absence in Ireland
443
From Sir Godfrey Kneller to Mr Pope
446
From the same
447
From Mr Pope to Mr Richardson Upon painting on Sundays
448
To the same Containing an account of Mrs Popes death
449
To the same On an etching of Lord Bolingbroke
450
To the same On the improbability of Mr Popes leaving Twickenham
451

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