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Dr. Swift's Answer. His Enquiry
Pastoral, and a Newgate-Paftoral, proposed
as Subjects for Mr. Gay.
Letter 7. From the L. Bollingbroke, a Post-
script to the foregoing Letter, with some ac-
Letter i. To Dr. Swift. Chara&ter of some
of bis Friends in England; with further In-
Dr. Swift's. Answer. Death of
ps : more of his Misantrophy.
From Dr. Swift, preparing to leave
Letter 16. Defires for his Return, and Settle
ment in England: The various Schemes of his
other Friends, and his own.
Letter 18. On the same Subje&t from Mr. Pope.
From Dr. Swift. - About Gulliver,
same. Concerning Party,
On Dr. Swift's second Departure
From Dr. Swift. His Remembrance
deration of his Circumstances.
Letter 26. Dr. Swift to Mr. Gay. On the
Refusal of that Employment, and bis quitting
Letter 28. Of a true Jonathan Gulliver in
New-England; The Dunciad; and the Trea-
former : His Situation in Ireland.
Letter 31. Lord Bolingbroke's Life in the
Country. More about the Dunciad.
From Bath. The Pleasure of being
From Dr. Swift. His manner of