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surname, viz. A.P.E. and they give you the same idea of an ape as his face *, &c.
An Ass.] It is my duty to pull off the lion's skin from this little ass t.
A Frog.7 A squab short gentleman a little reature, that, like the frog in the fable, swells, nd is angry that it is not allowed to be as big as nox.
A COWARD.] A lurking, way-laying coward J.
A KNAVE.] He is one whom God and Nature ave marked for want of common honesty ll.
A Fool.] Great fools will be christened by le names of great poets, and Pope will be called omer 1. A THING.] A little abject thing **..
"Dennis's Daily Journal, May 11, 1728. + Dennis's Rem, on m. pref. Dennis's Rem. on the Rape of the Lock. pref. p.
2 Char. of Mr. P. p. 3. Ibid. Dennis's Rem. on Homer, 37. ** Ibid. p. 3.
PERSONS AND MATTERS
CELEBRATED IN THIS
POEM AND NOTES.
Breval, J. Durant, ü. 126. 238.
CIBBER, Colley, Hero of the poem, passim.
Doctors, at White's, i. 203.
Eusden, Laurence, Poet-Laureate, i. 104.
FLECKNO, Richard, ii. 2.
GILD'on, Charles, i. 296.
John, King, i. 252.