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THE

. WORKS

OF

ALEXANDER POPE, Esq.

IN VERSE AND PROSE.

WITH

A SELECTION OF EXPLANATORY NOTES,

AND

THE ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE

* BY DR. JOHNSON.

IN EIGHT VOLUMES.

VOL. VIII.

LONDON:
PRINTED FOR NICHOLS AND SON; F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON; OTRIDGE

AND SON; WILKIE AND ROBINSON; J. WALKER; R. LEA; J. NUNN;
LACKINGTON, ALLEN AND CO.; J. STOCKDALE; J. CUTHELL; CLARKE
AND SONS; WHITE AND COCHRANE; LONGMAN, HURST, REES,
ORME, AND BROWN; CADELL AND DAVIES; C. LAW; E. JEFFERY;
J. BOOKER; J. AND A. ARCH; BLACK, PARRY, AND KINGSBURY;
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J. MAWMAN; J. BOOTH; R. BALDWIN; J. ASPERNE ; J. FAULDER ;
AND J. JOHNSON AND CO.

1812.

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LETTER
LVII. Mr. Gay to Dr. Swift. His account of him-

self: His last Fables; His economy.

Postscript by Mr. Pope, of their common

ailments, and economy; and against party-

spirit in writing - - -

LVIII. From Dr. Swift to Mr. Gay. Congratula-

tion on Mr. Gay's leaving the Court: Lord
Cornbury's refusal of a pension : Character

of Mr. Gay . ..
LIX. From the Same. Concerning the writing of

Fables : Advice about economy, and pro-
vision for old age ; of inattention, etc.

Postscript to the Duchess

LX. From the Same to Mr. Gay, and a Postscript

to the Duchess, on various subjects -

LXI. From the Same, concerning the opening of

letters at the Post-office. The encourage-
ment given to bad writers. Reasons for
his not living in England. Postscript to
the Duchess ; her character, raillery on

the subject of Mr. Gay himself

LXII. From Dr. Swift to Mr. Pope. An account

of several little pieces or tracts published as

his; which were, or were not genuine -

LXIII. From Mr. Pope and Dr. Arbuthnot to Dr.

: Swift: On the sudden death of Mr. Gay

LXIV. From Dr. Swift. On the same subject. Of

Mr. Pope's Epistles, and particularly that

on the use of riches - - -

LXV. From Mr. Pope, on Mr. Gay: His care of

his memory and writings; concerning the

Dean's and his own; and of several other

things - - - -

LXVI. More of Mr. Gay, his papers, and epitaph.

Of the fate of his own writings, and the

purpose of them. Invitation of the Dean

to England

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