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CONTENTS.

Letter

Page

*9. To Mr. Wharton. Account of the Trial of Lords Kilmar-

nock, Cromartie, and Balmerino. Humorous Account

of Lord Lovat

1

+ 10. To Ditto. On Thucydides and Aristotle. List of Ancient

classical Authors; and Books on Criticism and Antiquity. 9

*11. To Mr. Chute

19

*12. To Ditto...

21

*13. To Mr. Wharton. On his own Feelings. College News. 22

+14. To Ditto. On Mr. Wharton's Marriage. On his own Ta-

bles of Chronology. Mr. Delaval and Dr. Long. Cha-

racter of Collins and T. Warton

26

*15. To Mr. Walpole. On Agrippina. Defence of Philosophy. 29

16. To Ditto. On Cibber. On Spence's Polymetis

32

*17. To Ditto. On Spence's Polymetis

35

18. To Ditto. On Mr. Walpole's Cat...

39

+ 19. To Mr. Wharton. On Smart the Poet. Dr. Chapman.
Dr. Middleton, &c.

40

*20. To Dr. Wharton

45

*21. To Ditto...

46

*22. To Ditto. On Smart. Archibald Bower's History of the

Popes

47

+23. To Ditto. Destraction of his House at Cornhill by Fire.

Lines from Gresset; and account of his Poems. Cha-

racter of Mr. Mason

51

+24. To Ditto. Account of Gresset's Works, &c.

55

+25. To Ditto. Account of the Disputes at Pembroke College.

On Montesquieu's L'Esprit des Lois....

58

+ 26. To Ditto. Account of Montesquieu's Book. Crebillon's

Catalina. Norden's Travels. Birch's State Papers 62

+ 27. To Ditto. Account of the D. of Newcastle's Installation.

Character of Mason. On a Fellowship for Mr. Stone-

hewer

65

28. To his Mother. On the Death of his Aunt

09

*29. To Mr. Walpole. Sends him the Elegy in a Country

Churchyard

71

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Letter

Page
+30. To Mr. Wharton. On Dr. Middleton's Death. On Buffon,
Henault, &c. .....

72

*31. To Ditto. On Mr. Wharton's Choice of a Residence, &c. 75

*32. To Mr. Walpole. Wishes him to get the Elegy in a

Country Churchyard printed by Dodsley.

79

*33. To Ditto. On Mason's Elfrida

SO

*34. To Ditto. On Mason's Elfrida. On the Elegy in a

Country Churchyard. Peregrine Pickle

82

*35. To Ditto. On Mr. Walpole's Memoirs of his own Time.

On Middleton's Posthumous Works

84

*36. To Ditto. On his own Poems

87

* 37. To Ditto. On Dodsley's Collection of Poems ....

88

*38. To Ditto. On the same Subject as the former.

95

*39. To Ditto. On Walpole's Memoirs of his own Time 97

+40. To Mr. Wharton. On his own Poems, new Publications. 98

*41. To Ditto. On his Journey to London...

101

+42. To Ditto. On Mad. de Maintenon's Letters

102

43. To Mr. Walpole. On his own Poems

105

*44. To Mr. Wharton. On his Mother's Death

107

*45. To Ditto. Wishes him joy on the birth of his Son. In-

tended Journey into the North

*46. To Ditto. Journey to Durham to visit Mr. Wharton 110

*47. To Ditto. Account of bis Journey to Cambridge. Re-

marks on the Country

111

*48. To Ditto. Journey to London

116

49. To Mr. Mason. On his Father's Death

116

*50. To Mr. Wharton. On his Choice of a Residence. On

Esher, Claremont, Payne's Hill, &c.

118

+51. To Ditto. On Gothic Architecture. Description of War-

wick Castle. Guy-Cliff, &c.

121

+52. To Ditto. Sends him the Ode on the Progress of Poesy. 126

+53. To Dr. Wharton. On the Publication of his Poetry. On

Strophe and Antistrophe

128

*54. To Ditto. Description of the Southern Coast of Hamp-

shire

131

*55.

133

*56. To Ditto. On his own Illness. Alteration proposed in the

Bard. Copy of part of the Bard with variations. 134

57. To Mr. Stonehewer. On M. Bacarde's Book on Hercula-

neum. On Voltaire

139

+58. To Dr. Wharton. On his coming to London. On the

Change in the Ministry.

141

*59. To Ditto. On his own Health. Requests Dr. Wharton

to bespeak him a Rope Ladder

144

+ 60. To Ditto. Leaves Peter House ; and enters of Pembroke

Hall. On Sully's Memoirs

148

61. To Mr. Mason. Mentions his own Indolence. On the

Reviewers. On Mason's Caractacus...

151

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