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Letter 4. On the Emperor Adrian's verses on

his death-bed.
* Letter s. From Mr. Steele.

* Letter 6.

Letter 7. Of the Emperor Adrian.
* Letter 8. From Mr. Steele.
* Letter 9.

Letters to and from Mr. ADDISON, &c.
Letter 10. On Dennis's Remarks on Cato.
Letter II. From Mr. Addison. Concerning

Mr. Pope's Translation of Homer.
Letter 12. From Mr. Addison. On the same.
Letter 13. Against Party Spirit.
Letter 14. Of the freedom of a Friend, The

Incongruity of Man, and the Vanity of the
World.
Letter 15. Of the Version of Homer : Party

Animosity.
Letter 16. Concerning fome Misunderstandings.
Letter 17. To the Hon. Concerning

Mr. Addison, Philips's Calumny, and Mr.

Gay's Pastorals.

Letter 18. The Vanity of Poetical Fame, Serious

Thoughts.

Letter 19. Concerning the Translation of Ho-

mer.

Letter 20. To Mr. Jervas, of the fame.

Letter 21. To the same, on the equal and easy

terms of Friendship.

Letter 22. Mr. Jervas to Mr Pope, concern-

ing Mr. Addison.

Letter 23. The Answer.

Let-

Letter 24. Mr. Pope to the Earl of Halifax.
Let ter 25. Dr. Parnelle, Dr. Berkley, Mr.

Gay, and Dr. Arbuthnot; Concerning Mr.

Pope's Homer.
Letter 26. To the Hon. James Craggs, Esq;

on the fame.
Letter 27. To Mr. Congreve. Of Sincerity;

the scurrilities of abusive Critics ; what ought

to be the temper of an Author.
Letter. 28. To the same, of the Farce calld the

What-d'ye-call-it.
* Letter 29. To the same.
* Letter 30. From Mr. Congreve.

End of the First Part.

L

S

E T T E R

OF
Mr. P O P E,

AND.

Several of his FRIENDS.

Quo Desiderio veteres revocamus Amores, Atque olim amissas flemus Amicitias !

CATULL.

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