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III. Of sickness, and dying young - - - - 250

IV. On the Emperor Adrian’s Verses on his death-

bed - - - - - - - - 253

V. From Mr. Steele - - - - - - 255

VI. The Answer - - - - - - - ibid.

VII. To Mr. Steele. Of the Emperor Adrian - 257

VIII. From Mr. Steele - - - - - - 258

IX. Ode. The Dying Christian to his Soul - ibid.

X. To Mr. Addison. On Dennis's Remarks on Cato 259

XI. From Mr. Addison. Concerning Mr. Pope's

Translation of Homer - - - - - 261

XII. From Mr. Addison. On the same - - - 264

XIII. To Mr. Addison. Against Party-spirit - - 265

XIV. Of the freedom of a friend, the incongruity of

man, and the vanity of the world - - .- 267

XV. Of the Version of Homer: Party animosity .- 270

XVI. Concerning some misunderstandings - - 273

XVII. To the Hon. ---> concerning Mr. Addison,

Philips's Calumny, and Mr. Gay’s Pastorals · 277

XVIII. The vanity of Poetical Fame, serious thoughts - 278

XIX. Concerning the Translation of Homer - - 280

XX. To Mr. Jervas of the same - - : - 283

XXI. To the Same, on the equal and easy terms of

friendship . - - - - - - 284

XXII. Mr. Jervas to Mr. Pope, concerning Mr. Addison 286

XXIII. The Answer - - - - - - 287

XXIV. Mr. Pope to the Earl of Halifax - - - 290

XXV. Dr. Parnelle, Dr. Berkley, Mr. Gay, and Dr.

Arbuthnot; concerning Mr. Pope's Homer • 291

XXVI. To the Hon. James Craggs, Esq. on the same - 294

XXVII. To Mr. Congreve. Of sincerity; the scurrilities

of abusive Critics; what ought to be the temper

of an Author : - - - - - 297

XXVIII. To the Same, of the Farce called the What-d'ye

call it - - - - - - - 299

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