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ALEXANDER POPE, Esq.
IN VERSE AND PROSE.
A SELECTION OF EXPLANATORY NOTES,
THE ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE
* BY DR. JOHNSON.
IN EIGHT VOLUMES.
AND SON; WILKIE AND ROBINSON; J. WALKER; R. LEA; J. NUNN;
self: His last Fables; His economy.
LVIII. From Dr. Swift to Mr. Gay. Congratula-
tion on Mr. Gay's leaving the Court: Lord
of Mr. Gay . ..
Fables : Advice about economy, and pro-
LXI. From the Same, concerning the opening of
letters at the Post-office. The encourage-
the subject of Mr. Gay himself
LXIX. From Dr. Swift. On Mrs. Pope's death.
Invitation to Dublin. His own situation
there, and temper - - - 59
LXXII. Melancholy circumstances of the separation
of friends. Impertinence of false pre-
cerning his metaphysical works .
LXXVI. From the Same. On the offence taken at