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" I could not but differ from this opinion : methinks it was by no means a gay, but a very serious soliloquy, to his soul at the point of its departure ; in which sense I naturally took the verses at my first reading them, when I was very young, and before... "
The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Letters - Page 282
by Alexander Pope, William Warburton - 1751
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The Spectator, Volume 150

1933
...that 'twas a Piece of ' Gayety unworthy that Prince in thofe Circumftances. I * could not but diflent from this Opinion : Methinks it ' was by no means a gay, but a very ferious Soliloquy to his Soul at the point of his Departure ; in which Senfe I ' naturally took thefe Verfes...
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Mr. Pope's literary correspondence for thirty years; from 1704 to 1734 ...

Alexander Pope - Literary Collections - 1735 - 439 pages
...that 'twas a piece of Gaiety unworthy of that Prince in thofe circumftances. I could not but differ from this opinion: Methinks it was by no means a gay,...very ferious foliloquy to his foul at the point of his departure j in which fenfe I naturally took the verfes, at my firft reading, them whea I was very...
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Letters of Mr. Pope, and several eminent persons, from the year 1705, to 1711

Alexander Pope - Literary Collections - 1735
...that 'twas a piece of Gaiety unworthy of that Prince in thofe circumftances. 1 could not but differ from this opinion : Methinks it was by no means a gay, but a very ferious foliioquy to his foul at the point of his departure; in which fenfe I naturally took the verfes at...
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The Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1737
...that 'twas a piece of gaiety unworthy of that prince in thofe circumftances. I could not but differ from this opinion ; methinks it was by no means a...-very ferious foliloquy to his foul at the point of o 3 its J its departure ; in which fenfe I naturally took the verts at 'my firft reading them when...
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The Works of Alexander Pope: Esq., with His Last Corrections, Additions, and ...

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - 1751
...that 'twas a piece of gaiety unworthy of that prince in thoje circumftances. I could not but differ from this opinion : methinks it was by no means a gay, but a very ferious folUoquy to hififoul at the point of its departure ; in which fenfe I naturally took the verfes at...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Letters

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - 1751
...that 'twas a piece of gaiety unworthy of that prince in thofe circumftances. I could not but differ from this opinion : methinks it was by no means a gay, but a very feridus foliloquy to his foul at the point of its departure ; in which fenfe I naturally took the verfes...
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The Dunciad, in four books

Alexander Pope - English literature - 1770
...that 'twas a piece of gaiety unworthy of that prince in thofe circumftances. 1 could not but differ from this opinion : methinks it was by no means a...fenfe I naturally took the verfes at my firft reading themv when I was very young, and before I knew what interpretation the world generally put upoa them....
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The works of Alexander Pope, Esq: In four volumes complete. With his last ...

Alexander Pope - 1778
...that 'twas a piece of gaiety unworthy of that prince in thofe circumstances. I could not fcutdiffer from this opinion: methinks it was by no means a gay,...a very ferious foliloquy to his foul at the point pf its departure ; in which fenfe I naturally took the verfes at my firft reading them, when I was...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. in Six Volumes Complete: Letters

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - Poetry - 1788
...that 'twas a piece of gaiety unworthy of that prince in thofe circumftances. '1 could not but differ from this opinion : methinks it was by no means a...very ferious foliloquy to his foul at the point of his departure ; in which fenfe I naturally took the verfes at my firft reading them, when I was very...
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Letters to and from Mr. Pope

Alexander Pope - 1789 - 282 pages
...that it was a piec< of gaiety unworthy of that prince in thofe circumftances. I could not but differ from this opinion : methinks it was by no means a gay, but a very furious foliloquy to his foul at the point of its departure ; in which fenfe I naturally took the verfes...
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