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Letter 1. From Sir William Trumbull. On
occasion of Milton's. Juvenilia, encouraging
the Author to publish his.
Letter 1. To the Hon. J. C. Esq; Reflections
on the Elay on Criticism.
Letter 4. On the Emperor Adrian's verses on
Letter 7. Of the Emperor Adrian.
Letters to and from Mr. ADDISON, &c.
Mr. Pope's Translation of Homer.
Incongruity of Man, and the Vanity of the
Mr. Addison, Philips's Calumny, and Mr.
Letter 24. Mr. Pope to the Earl of Halifax.
Gay, and Dr. Arbuthnot; Concerning Mr.
on the fame.
the scurrilities of abusive Critics ; what ought
to be the temper of an Author.
End of the First Part.