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Why he did not make the
Tour of Europe
Writes Trivia
Quotation from it
Writes a Comedy with Mr.
Pope and Dr. Arbuthnot

ibid
ibid

101

102

Writes to Mr. Pope concern-
ing the Comedy
The Comedy not publish'd
with his other Works 103
Verfes on the Princefs of
Wales
ibid
When appointed Secretary
to the Embaffy to Hanover

ibid
Carefs'd by Mr. Pope on his
Return

104

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from Mr. Pope
ibid
What Mr. Pope advis'd him
105
Goes to France with Mr.
Pulteney
106
His Sentiments on the Fop-
peries of that Nation ibid
Returns from France 108
Goes to Stanton Harcourt
ibid
The furprising Accident that
happen'd there
His Letter thereon to Mr.
Fenton
ibid
Receives a Letter from Mr.
Pope of Invitation to live
with him
Mr. Pope's Offer to go with
him to France or elsewhere
ibid
Receives a Letter from Mr.
to that Purpose
ibid

ibid

112

Meets with a Disappointment
at Court

112

120

Receives a Lettes from Mr.
Pope concerning the Birth
of a young Prince, &c. 114
Receives a Letter of Confo-
lation from Mr. Pope 118
Contracts a very bad Difor
der
Receives a humourous Let-
ter from Mr. Pope
Comes to Town
His Fever grows inflamma,
tory and he dies
Remark thereon
How his Fortune was ob-
tain'd
ibid
Buried in Westminster Abbey
with great Solemnity 122
A Monument rais'd to his
Memory
123
What he fays on Pastoral
Writing
130
How he makes Clowns
fpeak of their Sweethearts

122
ibid

122

ibid

138
A Maiden complaining of
Love
146
The Parfon's Maid about
Gipfies
160
Quotation from his Flights

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184
Gardens, how Mr. Pope was
advis'd about his
190
Guarini, his faithful Shep-
herd fpeaks of his Mistress
140
Amarillis complains of Love

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152
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Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay concerning the Progress he made in Painting Mr. Pope to Mr. Jervas concerning his going to Oxford, and his becoming a History Painter Mr. Pope to Mrs. Blount from Oxford, and makes a Declaration of his Love to her 33. Part of one from Mr. Popa to Mrs. Blount 36 Mr. Pope to Mrs. Blount from Oxford concerning his Reception there 37 Mr. Pope to Mrs. Blount concerning the Camp at HydePark and the Pretender 39 Mr. Pope to Mr. Blount after the Affair at Prefton 42 Mr. Pope to Mr. Blount after he left Englaud 46 Mr. Pope to Mrs. Blount on the Death of her Brother 49

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Mr. Pope to the Honourable
Robert Digby, Efq; con-
cerning Lord Bathurst's
Wood 21 20 317-58
Mr. Cleland to Mr. Gay, ex-
cufing Mr. Pope about the
Character of Lord Timon
73

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Mr. Pope to the Earl of Bur
lington excufing himself a-
bout the Character of Lord
Timon
2:37
Mr. Pope to Mr. Digby con-
cerning Dr. Arbuthnot's
Brother
80
Mr. Pope to an Honourable
Gentleman concerning his
Quarrel with Mr.Philips 87
Mr. Pope to Mrs Blount a-
bout Blenheim House
Mr. Gay to Mr. Pope, which
discovers that Mr. Pope
had a Hand in Writing the
Comedy of Three Hours af
ter Marriage
Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay wel-
'coming him on his Return
from Hanover...

93

102

104

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Mr. Gay to Mr. Fenton from
Stanton Harcourt relating
a wonderful and forrowful
Accident
108
Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay defir-
ing him to come and live
with him

112

Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay con-
cerning the Birth of a young
Prince and Mrs. Pulteney

114

Mr. Gay to Mr. Pope a Let-
ter of Complaint and about
his Epitaph
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Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay a Let
ter of Confolation
118
Mr. Pope to Mr. Gay a Let-
ter of Wit and Humour 22
Mr. Pope to Mr. Blount con-
cerning his Way of Living

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To Mr. Cromwell on the
fame Subjecti
155
Mr. Pope to Mr. Blount on
his Recovery from a Fit
Illness d di tudy
Mr. Pope to Mr. Blount de
fcribing his Grotto
190
Lord Chancellor Harcourt
to Mr. Pope about his Epi-
taph
252 217
Mr. Pope to Mr. Fenton
Letter of Invitation
Dean Berkely to Mr. Pope
defcribing the Iland Ingrine

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Mr. Pope to Mr. Richardfon
about drawing the Picture
of his dead Mother 1274
Mr. Savage to the Earl of
Middlefex about the Dan
ciad, &c.
281
His Letter to a Friend at
Briftol on being arrested
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248

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212

An,
difcours'd
Marlborough, Duke and
Dutchefs of, diflik'd by Mr.
Pope and why

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nicated

92

Miracles not to be constantly expected 361 Miler dying makes his Will

355 Phillips, Mr. Ambrofe, falfe Report of him at Button's 87 Imitates the Song of Solomon in one of his Paftorals 136 What he fays concerning Paftoral Writing

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NAmby Pamby Stile, A Shepherd speaking of his

what it is

91

137

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Narciffus and his Flatterer

246

Shepherd's Discourse about
Magick
159
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Poetry, what Kinds Mr. Pope did not attempt 48 Polly, a Sequel to the Beggars Opera wrote by Mr. 116 Pope Prohibited by the Lord Chamberlain ibid Printed with fome Alterations ibid Pope, Mr. his Modesty in the Publication of his Works 16 Receives a Letter from Mr. Secretary Craggs Writes a Letter to Mr. Gay concerning the Progress he had made in Painting Goes to Oxford

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Gets

Gets acquainted with Dr. Clarke

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ibid Difcourfe with him concerning Religion ibid Writes a Letter to Mr. Jer vas about his going to Oxford and History Painting

ibid

Writes an Epiftle in Verfe to
Mr. Jervas with Frefnoy's
Art of Painting
Quotation from it

24

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Part of a Letter of his to Mrs. Blount Writes a Letter to her from Oxford concerning his Re, ception there 37 Writes a Letter to Mrs. Blount concerning the Camp at Hyde park, and the Pretender 39 The Regularity of his Life 63 Had a Hand in Mr. Gay's Comedy call'd Three Hours after Marriage 80 Writes to an Honourable Gentleman, concerning his Quarrel with Mr. Phillips

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Receives a Letter from Lord Chancellor Harcourt 217 Thereon alters his Son's Epitaph 218 Many heavy Accufations brought against him 228 Some Reflections of his 26 His tender Regard to his Pa

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His Mother dies Has her Picture drawn after The was dead 274 Writes a Letter to Mr. Rchardfon thereon

ibid

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