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NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS
JOSEPH WARTON, D.D.
A NEW EDITION,
COMPLETE IN NINE VOLUMES.
PRINTED BY J. F. DOVE, ST. JOHN'S SQUAREj
FOR RICHARD PRIESTLEY, HIGH HOLBORN.
THE SEVENTH VOLUME.
[The Articles marked thus t were not inserted in Dr. Wahbubton's Edition.]
From the Year 1704 to 1710.
I. Of Mr. Dryden's death; his moral character; the
Poets who succeeded him; the temper of Critics 19
II. From Mr. Wycherley 21
III. Mr. Wycherley's humanity; his encouragement of
young writers; concerning the Author's Pastorals 23
IV. From Mr. Wycherley: Answer to the former - 25
V. From the Same 26
From 1708 to 1711.
I. To Mr. Cromwell 87
II. To the same - 89
III. To the same ibid.
IV. Concerning the first publication of the Author's
V. Of his Translation of the First Book of Statius - 93
VI. Of his Juvenile Poems - - - - - 97
VII. Criticisms on Statius - - - - - 100
VIII. Of Mr. Wycherley's coldness - - - - 102
XI. Of the general conduct and inequality of men's
lives -------- 106
X. The use of poetical studies. A panegyric upon
dogs -------. 109