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PERSONS AND MATTERS
CELEBRATED IN THIS POEM AND NOTES.

The Nunerals few the Book, the Figures the Verse.
A. Ambrose Philips, i. 105. iii. 326. Attila, iii. 92. Alaric, iii. 91.
Alma Mater, iii. 338. Annius, an antiquary, iv. 347. Arnall, Wil.
liam, ii. 315. B. Blackmore, Sir Richard, i. 104. ii. 268. Bezaleel
Morris, ii. 126. iii. 168. Banks, i. 146. Broome, i. 146. Bond, ii.
126. Brown, iii. 28. Bladen, iv. 560. Budgel, Esq. ii. 397. Bentley,
Richard, iv. 201. Bentley, Thomas, ii. 205. Boyer, Abel, ii. 413.
Bland, a gazetteer, i. 231. Breval, J. Durant, ii. 126, 238. Benlowes,
iii. 21. Bavius, iii. 21. Burmannus, iv. 237: Benson, William, Esq.
wi. 325,410. Burgersdyck, iv. 198. Bæotians, iii. 50. Bruin and
Bears, i. 101. Bear and Fiddle, i. 224. C. Cibber, Colley, Hero of
the Poem, pasim. Cibber, jun. iii. 139, 326. Caxton, William, i. 149.
Curl, Edm. i. 40. ii. 3, 58, 167, &c. Cooke, Thomas, ii. 138. Con
canen, Matthew, ii. 299. Centlivre, Susannah, ii. 411. Cæfar in
Egypt, i. 251, Crouzaz, iv. 198. Codrus, ii. 144. D. De Foe, Da.
niel, i. 103. ii. 147. De Foe, Norton, ii. 415. De Lyra, or Harpsfield,
i. 153. Dennis, John, i. 106. ii. 239. iii. 173. Dunton, John, ii. 144.
D'Urfey, iii. 146. Dutchmen, ii. 405. iij. 51. Doctors, at White's,
i. 203. Douglas, iv. 394. E. Eusden, Laurence, Poet-Laureate, i. 104.
Eliza Haywood, ii. 157, &c. F. Fleckno, Ricard, ii. 2. Fauftus, Di.
iii. 233. 'Fleetwood, iv. 326. Free-masons, iv. 576. French cooks, iv.
553. G. Gildon, Charles, i 296. Goode, Barn. iii. 153. Goths, iii.
90. Gazetteers, i. 215. ii. 314. Gregorians and Gormogons, iv. 575.
H. Holland, Philemon, i. 154. Hearne, Thomas, iii. 185. Horneck,
Philip, iii. 152. Haywood, Eliza, ii. 157, &c. Howard, Edward, i.
207. Henley, John, the Orator, ii. 2, 425. iii. 199, &c. Huns, iii.
90. Heywood, John, i. 98. Harpsfield, i. 153.., Hays, iv. 560. 1. John,
King, i. 252. James, 1. iv. 176. Jacob, Giles, iii. 149. Jansen, á
gamefter, iv. 326. K. Knight, Robert, iv. 561. Kufter, iv. 237.
1. Lintot, Berrard, i. 40. ii. 53. Law, William, ii. 413. Log, King,
i. line ult. M. Moore, James, ii. 3o, &c. Morris, Bezaleel, ii. 120.
iii. 168. Mitt, Nathaniel, i. 208. Milbourn, Luke, ii. 349. Mahomet,
iii. 97. Mears, William ii. 125. iii. 28. Motteux, Peter, ii. 412.
Monks, iii. 52. Mandeville, ii. 414. Morgan, ii. 414. Montalto, iv.
105. Mummius, an antiquary, iv. 371. N. Newcattle, Dutchess of,
i. 141. Nonjuror, i. 253. o. Ogilvy, John, i. 141, 328. Oldmixon,
John, ii. 283. Ozell, John, i. 285. Ostrogoths, iii. 93. Owls, i, 271,
293. iii. 54. Owls, Athenian, iv. 362. Oborne, bookseller, ii, 167.
Osborne, Mother, ii. 312. P. Prynn, William, i. 103. Philips, Am-
brose, i. 105. iii. 326. Paridell, iv. 341. 2. Quarles, Francis, i. 140.
Querno, Camillo, ii. 15. R. Ralph, James, i. 216. iii. 165. Roome,
Edward, iii. 152. Ripley, Tho. iíi. 327. Ridpath, George, i. 208. ii.
149. Roper, Abel, ii. 149. Rich, iii. 261. S. Settle, Elkanah, i. 90.
146. iii. 37. Smedley, Jonathan, ii. 291, &c. Shadwell, Thomas, i.
240. iii. 22. Scholiats, iv, 232. Silenus, iv. 492. Sooterkins, i. 126.
T. Tate, i. 105, 238. Theobald, or Tibbald, i. 133, 286... Tutchin,
John, ii. 148. Toland, John, ii. 399. iii. 212. Tindal, Dr. ii. 399. iii.
212. iv. 492. Taylor, John, the Water-poet, iii. 19. V. Vandals, iii.
86. Visigoths, iii. 94. W. Walpole [late Sir Robert} praised by our
Author, ii. 314. Withers, George, i. 296. Wynkyn de Worde, 1.149.
Ward, Edward, i. 233. iii. 34. Webrer, ii. 258. Whitefield, ii. 258.
Warner, Thomas, ii. 125. Wilkins, ii. 125. Welted, Leonard, ii.
207, iii. 170. Woolfton, Thomas, iii. 212. Wormius, iii. 188. Wafie,
iv. 237. Walker, hat-bearer to Bentley, iv. 206, 273.

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Vertumnus and Pomona, from Ovid's Metamorphoses,

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Imitations of English Poets.
1. Chaucer,

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II. Spenser. The Alley,
III. Waller. On a Lady singing to her Lute,

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Waller. On a Fan of the Author's Design, in which was painted

the Story of Cephalus and Procris, with the Motto Aura Veni, 14
IV. Cowley. The Garden,

ib.
Cowley. Weepings

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V. E. of Rochefter. On Silence,

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VI. E. of Dorset. Artemisia,

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E. of Dorset. Pryne,

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VII. Dr. Swift. The happy Life of a Country Parson,

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Epitle to Dr. Arbuthnot, being the Prologue to the Satires,

Horate's Satires, Epifles, and Odes. Imitated.
Advertisements,
Book II, Satire I. To Mr. Fortescue,

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Book II. Satire II. To Mr. Bethel,
Book II. Satire VI.
Book I. Epistle 1. To Lord Bolingbroke,
Book I. Epitle VI. To Mr. Murray,
Book I. Epittle VIl. Imitated in the Manner of Dr. Swift,

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Advertisement to Book II. Epiftle I.

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Book II. Epiftle I. To Augustus,

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Book II. Epiftle II.

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Book IV. Ode 1. To Venus,

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Book IV. Ode IX. A Fragment,

114
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, &c. 1708,
Ode on Solitude, &c.

118
Ode. The dying Christian to his Soul,

119
Satires of Dr. John Donne Verfified.
Satire II.

120
Satire IV.

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Epilogue to the Satires. Dialogue I.

141
Epilogue to the Satires. Dialogue II.

145
Epifles.
Epitle I. To Robert Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, 1721, 153
Epiftle II. To James Craggs, Esq. Secretary of State, 1720, 154
Epifle III. To Mr. Jervas, with Mr. Dryden's Translation of Fres-
noy's Art of Painting,

ib.
Epistle IV. TO Miss Blount, with the Works of Voiture, 1717, 157
Epistle V. To the same, on her leaving the Town after the
Coronation, 17?5,

159
Epitle VI. To Mr. John Moore, Author of the celebrated Worm-

Powder,
Epifle VII. To Mrs. M. B. on her Birth-Day,

161
Epitle VIII, To Mr. Thomas Southern on his Birth-Day, 1742, 162

Miscellanies.
The Baffet-Table. An Eclogue,

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Verbatim from Boileau,

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Answer to a Quention of Mrs. Howe,

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Occasioned by some Verses of his Grace the Duke of Buckingham,

ib.

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Miscellanies

A Prologue to a Play for Mr. Dennis's Benefit, in 1733, when he

was Old, Blind, and in great Difrels, a little before his Death, 167

Macer. A Character,

Song by a Person of Quality, 1733,

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On a certain Lady at Court,

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On his Grotto at Twickenham, composed of Marbles, Spars, Gems,

Ores, and Minerals,

On receiving from the Rt. Hon. Lady Frances Shirley, a Standish
and two Pens,

ib.
Epitaphs.

1. On Charles Earl of Dorset, in the Church of Withyam in Suiffex, 173

1. On Sir William Trumball, one of the principal Secretaries of
State to King William III. who died 1716,

is.
III. On the Hon. Simon Harcourt, only Son of the Lord Chancellor

Harcourt, at the Church of Stanton-Harcourt in Oxfordshire,
1720,

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IV. On James Craggs, Esq. in Westminder-Abbey,
V. Intended for Mr. Rowe, in Weninfter-Abbey,

ib.

VI. On Mrs. Corbet, who died a Cancer in het Breaft,

VII. On the Monument of the Hon. Robert Digby, and of his fifter
Mary, in the Church of Sherborne, in Dorfettire, 1727,

ib.

VIII. On Sir Godfrey Kneller, in Westminster-Abbey, 1723, 175

IX. On General Henry Withers, in Weftminster-Abbey, 1729, ib.
X. On Mr. Elijah Fenton, at Earthamfted, in Berks, 1730,
XI. On Mr. Gay in Weftminfter-Abbey, 1732,
XII. Intended for Sir Ifaac Newton, in Westminster-Abbey,
XIII. On Dr. Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, who died in
exile at Paris, 1732,

ib.
XIV, On Edmund Duke of Buckingham, who died in the Nineteenth

Year of his Age, 1735,
XV. For one who would not be buried in Westminster-Abbey,
XVI. Another on the same,

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DUNCIAD.

A Letter to the Publister, occafioned by the first correct Edition of

the Dunciad,

183

Martinus Scriblerus his Prolegomena and. Illustrations to the

Dunciad; with the Hypercritics of Aristarchus,

188

Testimonies of Authors concerning the Poet and his Works, 189

Martinus Scriblerus of the Poem,

210

Ricardus Ariftarchus of the Hero of the Poem,

215

Preface prefixed to the Five fart imperfect Editions of the Dunciad, 225

A Lift of Books, Papers, and Verses, in which Mr. P. was abufed

before the Publication of the Dunciad, with the true Names of

the Authors,

229

Advertisement to the firft Edition, with Notes, in Quarto, 1729, 234

Advertisement to the first Edition of the Fourth Book of the

Dunciad, when printed separately, 1742,

235

Advertisement to the complete Edition of 1743,

230

Advertisement printed in the Journals, 1730,

237

À Parallel of the Characters of Mr. Dryden and Mr. Pope,

238

A Parallel of the Characters of Mr. Pope and Mr. Dryden,

239

By Authority,

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By the Author, a Declaration,

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The Dunciad, To Dr. J. Swift, Book I.

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The Dunciad, To Ditto, Book ll.

203

The Dunciad, To Ditto, Book III.

The Dunciad, To Ditto, Book IV.

Index of Perions and Matters.

322

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