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Letter 38. Mr. Pope's Answer : His Situ-
ation, and Contentment: An Account of bis
Letter 42. From Lord Bolingbroke. That
the Sense of Friendship increaseth with the
his own Times, and Mr. Pope's moral Poem.
Condition of Life, his past Friendships :
Penfons and Preferment.
Job. Poftscript by Lord Bolingbroke on the
From Lord Bolingbroke to Dr.
cerning Reformation of Manners by writing.
to Men in Years : An Account of his own.
Letter 47: From the fame. Of his Studies,
particularly a metaphysical Work, Of Retire-
LETTERS of Dr. SWIFT to Mr. GAY,
Letter 48. Concerning the Duchess of Queens-
On the same Subjects.
A Letter of Raillery,!
Two new Pieces of the Dean's :
Advice to write, &c.
More on the same Subjects. An
to the Duke of Queensbury, and the Duchefs.
Mr. Gay to Dr. Swift. His Ac-
Party-spirit in writing.
Congratulation on Mr. Gay's leaving the
Letter 58. From the same to Mr. Gay, and
a Postscript to the Duchess, on various Sub-
ing of Létters at the Post-office. The Encou-
Subject of Mr. Gay and himself.
not to Dr. Swift. On the sudden Death of
Letter 65. Answer to the former. His Temper
of Mind since his Mother's Death. The Union
of Sentiments in all bis Acquaintance. Letter 66. Concern for his Absence. Of a Li
bel against him. Reflections on the Behaviour
of a worthless Man.
Separation of Friends. Impertinence of false
his Metaphysical Work. Letter 68. From Dr. Swift.
and Lord Bolingbroke's Writings.
of Dr. Arbuthnot's Decay of Health ; of the
Nature of moral and philosophical Writings. Letter 70. From Dr. Swift. On the Death
of Friends. Letter 71. From the same. On the Offence taken
at their Writings. Of Mr. Pope's Letters.
Character of Dr. Rundle, Bishop of Derry. Letter 72. Concerning the Earl of Peterborow,
and his Death at Lisbon. Charities of Dr.
Friends. What Sort of Popularity he hath in
Ireland. Against the general Corruption. Letter 74. From the same. His Kindness for Mr. Pope, and his own infirm Condition.
Letter 75. Mr Pope to Dr. Swift. His Plan
Invitations to England.
preserve Mr. Pope's Letters, and leave them
His Defire to be mentioned in the Ethic Epistles. Of the
Loss of Friends, "and Decays of Age.
writeth, and the Contraction of his Corre-
Dr. Swift as Writers.
Death of Friends. More of the Ethic Epistles.
of the best Comforts of old Age. Some of his
new Friends, and of what Sort they are. Letter So. The present Circumstances of his
Life and his Companions. Wishes that the
last Part of their Days may be past together. Letter 81. From Dr. Swift.
From Dr. Swift. Reasons that obstruct bis coming to England. Defireth to be remembered in Mr. Pope's Epistles. Many of Mr. Pope's Letters to him loft, and by what