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LETTERS to and from Mr. STE ÉLE, Mr.
From 1712 to 1715., p. 249 Letter I. Mr. Steele to Mr. Pope. Of Sir Charles
Sedley's death. The author's Eclogue on
the Mesab. II. Concerning a public, private, or mixed
life. III. Of sickness and dying young. IV. On the Emperor Adrian's verses on his
death-bed. V. From Mr. Steele. VI. VII. Of the Emperor Adrian. VIII. From Mr. Steele. IX. X. On Dennis's remarks on Cato. XI. From Mr. Addison. Concerning Mr.
Pope's translation of Homer. XII. From Mr. Addison. On the same. XIII. Against party spirit. XIV. Of the freedom of a friend, the incon
gruity of Man, and the vanity of the
World. XV. Of the Version of Homer : Party ani
mosty. XVI. Concerning some misunderstandings.
LETTERS to SEVERAL PERSON S.
From the Year 1714 to 1721. P. 313 LETTER
I. From the Reverend Dean Berkley to Mr.
Pope. Of the Rape of the Lock; the state
of learning in Italy. II. Mr. Pope to Mr. Jervas. III. To the fame. IV. To the fame. V. The Hon. Mr. Craggs to Mr. Pope. VI. To Mr. Fenton. Concerning Mr. Secreo
tary Craggs's advice to him to write. The
author's manner of pasing his time. VII. From Dean Berkley. description of the
island Inarime. Character of the Italians. VIII. Mr. Pope to - the author building and
and planting : Death of several friends,
and particularly of Dr. Garth. IX. To Mr.
- on the circuit. X. To the Earl of Burlington, an account of a
journey to Oxford with Bernard Lintott, a
bookseller. XI. To the Duke of Buckingham in answer to
bis Letter on Buckingham-house. XII. From the Duke of Buckingham to Mr.
Pope, on the dispute in France concerning
death, of the papers of Scriblerus and Dr.
Swift. XV. To Dr. Arbuthnot, on his return from
France, and on the calumnies about the