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In whom a race, for courage fam'd and art,
End in the milder merit of the heart;
And chiefs or sages long to Britain givin,
Pays the last tribute of a saint to Heav'n.

FOR ONE
WHO WOULD NOT BE BURIED IN WESTMINSTER

ABBEY.
Heroes and kings ! your distance keep;
In peace let one poor poet sleep,
Who never flatter'd folks like you:
Let Horace blush, and Virgil too.

ANOTHER ON THE SAME,

UNDER this marble, or under this sill,
Or under this torf, or e'en what they will;
Whatever an heir, or a friend in his stead, i
Or any good creature shall lay o'er my head,
Lies one who ne'er card, and still cares not, a pin
What they said, or may say, of the mortal within;
But who, living and dying, serene still and free,
Trusts in God that as well as he was he shall be.

END OF VOL. III.

C. WHITTINGHAM, Printer, 103, Goswell Street.

THE

POETICAL WORKS

OF

ALEXANDER POPE.

IN FOUR VOLUMES.

COLLATED WITH THE BEST EDITIONS:

BY

THOMAS PARK, F.S. d.

VOL. IV.

LONDON:
Printed at the Stanhope Press,
BY CHARLES WHITTINGHAM,

103, Goswell Street;
FOR J. SHARPE; AND SOLD BY W. SUTTABY,

STATIONERS' COURT, LUDGATE STREET.

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Page Declaration, by the Author.. The Dunciad. To Dr. Swift. Book I........

- To Ditto...... Book II........ 105 - To Ditto...... Book III.......

To Ditto...... Book IV........ Index of Persons and Matters..

178

To the Author of a Panegyric on Mrs. Grace
Butler ...............

.............. ............. 181 Inscription on a Grotto of Shells at Crux

Easton............................................. 18% Verses on reading a Poem, entitled · A Fit of

the Spleen,' by Dr. Ibbot.................... 182 Verses left by Mr. Pope ............................ 183 To bis Grace the Duke of Argyle............... 184

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