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WORKS

OF

Dr JONATHAN SWIFT,

DEAN of ST PATRICK'S, DUBLIN.

VOLUME X.

E DIN BU R G H :
Printed for John DONADLSON, Corner of Arundel

Street, Strand, London.

MDCCLXXIV.

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Letter

Page

XXXVII.

DR

R. Swift to Lord Bolingbroke.

Exhortation to him to write

history. The Dean's temper, his present a-

musements, and disposition
XXXVIJI. From the fame, on the fame sub-

jects, and concerning ceconomy; his fenti-
ments on the times, and his manner of life.

-Of the love of fame and distinction.
His friendship for Mr. Pope

XXXIX. From the fame, His condition. The

state of Ireland. Character of Mrs. Pope.

Reflections on Mr. Pope's and Mr. Gay's cir-

cumstances

8

XL. Mr. Pope's answer. His situation and

contentment. An account of his other

friends

XLI. Lord Bolingbroke to Dr. Swift A re-

view of his life, his thoughts of economy,
and concerning fame
XLII. Dr. Swift's answer. The misfortunes

attending great talents. Concerning fame
and the desire of it

17

XLIII. Dr. Swift to Mr. Pope. Concerning

the Dunciad, and of his situation of life 19

XLIV. From Lord B. • That the sense of

friendship increases with increase of years.

Concerning a history of his own times, and

Mr. P's moral poem

a 2

XLV.

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