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Peaceful seep out the Sabbath of the Tomb,
And wake to Raptures in a Life to come.

These gentle Thoughts, these warm Wishes, these friendly Reflections, were always uppermost, when she was the Subject; Distemper and Disorder of Body, that sometimes inight make him appear morose to others, lost their Influenee over him in her Regard, and all his Pride (if, as it sometimes would Teem) he had Pride, sweeten’d into Friendship at her . Sight; nay, for some Years before his Death, since that of some of his best Friends, and the Absence of. others, he had (except-in his Studies) no other Pleasure but in her Company and Converse.

Thus we have gone (marking his Actions by the Way) with this great Genius, from the Cradle to the Tomb, and as no Objection can be rais'd against

. Mr. Pope as a Man, a Scholar, or a Critick, above all must be rever'd and venerated for his Muse, for it must be confefs'd, that not only of this Age, but speaking of all former Ages, in our Language, he was THE GREATEST POET.

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Blount, Mr. receives a Letter from Mr. Pope after the Affairs at Preston

Leaves England ibid Ccidents, Quotation Receives a Letter from Mr. from the Ebay on Man, Pope after he went abroad 359

46 Addison, Mr. publishes his : Returns to England and dies Book of Medals 19

47 Mr. Pope writes Verses there. What he died of

49 ibid Mr. Pope's Letter concerning Quotation from them ibid his Manner of Life 153 Appendix to the Dunciad 251 Mr. Pope's Letter after his Arbuthnot, Dr. receives an Recovery from a Fit of IrfEpistle from Mr. Pope, be ness

156 ing an Apology for himself Mr. Pope's Letter describing and his Writings 79

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Igó Arcadiar Stile proper for Blount, Mrs. Mr. Pope writes Talo nnd Guarini, and her an Epifle in Verse at why 14? 17 Years of Age

17 Mr. Pope writes a Letter to

her in Verse with the B Works of Voiture

30 She leaves the Town ibid

top of Cloyne, corres her Absence

ibid ponds from Italy with Mr. She left the Town unwillingPope 257 ly

31 Invites him thither ibid What Sort of Place the re. His Description of the Illand

Mt'd to

ibid Inarine

258 Mr. Pope writes her a Letter Bethell, Mr. who he was in Verse

33 200. She returns to London ibid

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Mr. Pope's Letter from Ox reported to have been Mr.
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She loves to talk of Soldiers Chartres, Francis, who he
and Battles
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What Religion she was of 40 His infamous Character ibid
Mr. Pope's Letter concerning Twice condemn’d for Rapes
her Brother's Death
50

ibid.
Part of another on the same His Death and Epitaph_6.1
Subject

ibid Cibber, Mr. enters the Lifts
A Letter of Compliment with Mr. Pope

82
from Mr. Pope

Gives Reasons for Mr. Pope's
A Letter from Mr. Pope on Anger against him 83
the Death of Mrs. A. 56 Vindicates the Nonjuror. 85
Mr. Pope's Letter about Expoftulates with Mr. Pope
Blenheim-House

93 concerning the Lashes he
Blenheim disadvantageously has given him in the Dun-
describ'd by Mr. Pope ibid ciad

86
Bolingbroke, Lord, compli Endeavours to prove himself
mented by Mr. Pope about no Dunce

ibid
Happiness

353

Glances at a certain Divine
For Wisdom

who takes Mr. Pope's Part
Booksellers publith many

87
Things under Mr. Pope's The Parson thought to have
Name, not his 227 done Mr. Pope no Good
Bridgewater, Dutchess of,

ibid
celebrated by Mr. Pope 95 Clarke, Dr. discourses at Ox=
Burlington, Earl of, Mr. ford with Mr. Pope about
Pope writes an Epistle to 69 Religion
A great Friend of Mr. Pope's Cleland, Mr. his Letter to

70 Mr. Gay to excuse Mr.
Not mentioned by Mr. Pope Pope's Character of Timon
in his Will
ibid

73
Mr. Pope's Letter about the The Town not satisfied with
Character of Lord Timon that

ibid
77

Club, Hanower, is fet against
The Town remain satisfied Mr. Pope by Mr: Phillips
78

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Cobham, Lord, his Friend-

fhip with Mr. Pope 29

Mr. Pope compliments, him
Champion, a Dialogue, for the same

ibid
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Conversation with a Lady Compared with some Part of about the Characters of the Esay on Man

312 Womenr.

53 What he makes a Deift say Corporation, Charitable, what

319 it was

64 His Sentiments of ConsciCraggs, Secretary, Mr. Pope

332 writes an Epiltle to him On the Imposition of Priefts in Verse 17

345 His Letter to Mr. Pope from Dulness, Captives, at her Paris, giving some Account Footstool

232 of the French Ladies 18 Speech of the Goddess 242 When he died

19 Speech concluding the Dun. . Mr. Pope wrote his Epitaph ciad

250 ibid Dunciad, a fourth Book pub. Criticks, Discourfe concern lith'd

229 ing chem

125 Quotations from it and Ani. Cromwell, Mr. receives á madversions thereon 2 30 Letter from Mr. Pope of his At the Footstool of Dulness Manner of pafing the Time who :

155 Phantom of Opera 233 Cymbeline, Quotation from Schoolmaster defcrib'd

335 A Speech of his

236 Description of a young No. D

bleman's travelling 237 Of Indolence

239 Robert, Efq; The Cheats of a pretended Mr.

Virtuofo Wit cerning the Wood of Lord Florist and Butterfly-Catcher Bathurst . 58.:

ibid Mr. Pope's Letter concerning Speech of the Goddess 242 Dr. Arbuthnot's Brother 80 Project to fly

243 Donne, Dr. some Account of Cup of Self

. Love

244 him

Universal Yawn 245 Quotation compar'd with the Narcisus Text

204 Speech of the Goddess conDryden, Mr. Quotation from cerning King James ; the bis Etfay on dramatick Poe First

247

Who pleas'd both Man and His Thoughts on the Folly God

ibid of Man's Defire to know more than he can 313

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Quotation reasoning that

whatever is, is right : 320
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Commentary thereont ibid

Why M. de Croufaz's Ob-
Miffaries and Miliona. jections of little Importance
ries from Rome 264

322
Mr. Pope refuses to take part What Mr. Pope saw looking
with them

264
info himself

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Epistles, what Mr. Pope's are Weakness of human Know-
26 ledge

324
To Allen Lord Bathurst of Commentary thereon ibid

the Use of Riches $8 What Principles govern hu-
A short Character of him man Nature

326
ibid The ruling Passion 327
Epitaph on Mr. Gay · 123

Commentary thereon
On Mr Harcourt,
218 Of Virtue and Vice

331
On Mr. Fenton

219
The God within

332
Elay on Man, written by Mr. Dryden's Sentiments
Mr. Pope, lightly discours d thereon

ibid
212 Good at last to be produc'd
With Respect to the Uni out of Evil:

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i verse
309 Commentary thereon

334
Quotation from it 310 Every Body self contented
Branded with Fatalism 311

335
Vindicated by a Commenta. How all count their Happi-
stor
ibid ness

336
Some comparative Lines Close of the second Epiftle
from Mr. Dryden's Religio Speaking Manners aud Indi-
Laici

312

i viduals
Folly of Man's Desire to Nature and State of Man
know more than he can : with Respect to. Society
3.13

ibid
Mr. Dryden's Thoughts Of Society

341
thereon

314 The Cause of Goodness ibid
Quotation to vindicate God's Man sent to the brute Crea-
.* Ways to Men

315

tion for Knowledge: 343
Concerning Hope -316 The Nautilus, what it is ibid
Concerning the Good of the Quotation against Superiti-
Whole
318 tion

344
What Mr. Dryden makes a Commentary thereonibid
Deist say
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