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In FIVE VOLUME S.
Printed for G. BURNET, at Bifhop Burnet's Head,
in the Strand.
SE C T. I.
Of PASTORAL POETRY.
O many pens have been employed at different times on this popular fubject, that my only bufinefs will be to explain the real and effential qualities of a pastoral poem. A point concerning which moft critics differ.
Few fpecies of poetry have excited more writers than the paftoral; but scarce any