Elegant Epistles: Or, A Copious Collection of Familiar and Amusing Letters, (Google eBook)

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Charles Dilly, 1790 - English letters - 798 pages
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Contents

Extract of a Letter from Mr Duncombe to Archbilhop Herring
39
To Tiro
40
61 To the fame 62 To the fame
41
From the seme to the seme
42
From the same to the seme
43
From the same to the seme
44
ji From the fame to the fame
45
Archbilhop Herring to the Rev Mr Whifton
46
Archbilhop Herring to the Rer Dr Benson
47
From the some to the seme
49
From the same to the seme
50
Robert Lord Spencer to his Lady Doro
51
From the same to the seme
52
From the seme to the seme
53
From the same to the same
54
From the same to the same
55
From the seme to the seme
56
Robert Earl of Leicester ter the Queen
57
y From the same to the seme 58 Dr Thomas Seeker to Dr Isaac Warn
58
From the seme to the fame
59
From the same to the seme
60
From the seme to the same
61
To the fame
63
To Terentiaand to Tullia
64
To the fame I
65
To Tiro
66
To Ruses
67
To Terentia ____
68
To the fame
69
To the fame
70
To the fame
71
To the fame
72
To the fame
73
4 To the fame _ 75 To the fame
75
To Titius
76
To Terentia
77
To the fame 79 To the fame 80 To Acilius Proconsul 81 To Terentia 8i To the same 83 To the same 84 To the same _ 85 To the same 86 To the same
78
To Trcbonius
87
To Acilius Proconsul
88
To the same
89
To Lucius Papirius Pætus
90
To Acilius Proconsul
91
To Marcus Terentius Varro
92
To Allienus Proconsul
93
To Lucius Mescinius
94
To Varro
95
9 To the fame 97 To the fame
97
To Papirius Pætus
98
To Volumnius
99
To Papirius Pætus
100
To the fame 102 To the fame 103 To the fame __ 104 To the fame
104
To Marcus Marius _____
105
To Servius Sujpicius
106
To Gallus
107
To Trebianu
108
To Papirius Pætus ______
109
no To Marcus Brutus _ 11J To the fame 112 To L Papirius Pætus
112
To Ampius
113
To Titus Furfanius Proconsul
114
To Servius Sulpicius _____ 116 ToLepta
116
To Caius Cafiius
117
ToDolabella
118
To Aulus Torquatus
119
To Caius Caslius
120
Caflius to Cicero
121
To Cæsar 123 To the same
123
Quintus Cicero to Marcus Cicero
124
The Biihop of Rochester to Mr Pope 526
129
Modern Letters of early Da
197
Sir Henry Sidney to Robert Dudley
204
I Sir Henry Sidney to Mr Secretary Wal
210
Thomas Lord Buckhurst toRobcrtDud
229
Mz Pope to the Bisliop of Rochester 527
239
ibid
279
From the fame to his father upon
285
From the fame to his brother Dr Howell
293
r Fronthe fame to Sir J S Knight
308
H From the fame to Sir Edw B Knight ibid
315
From the same to Dr D Featley ibid
325
From the lame to the Lord Marquis
340
10S From the fame to the Right Honour
346
16 From the same to T Harris Esq ibid
352
jo Dr Tillotson to Lady Ruslcl
365
Dean Tillotson to Lady Russell
373
ii
386
9
392
From the same to the same
395
lflc of Man
404
From the same to the same
444
Mr Pope to Mr Walih ibid 13 From the same to the same
445
Mr Pope to H Cromwell Esq
446
From the same to the same
447
From the same to the same ibid 17 From the same to the samej
448
IS From the fame to the fame 19 Fram the se ne to the fame zo From the fame to the fame 2i From the fame to the fume
451
si From the fame to the sani
453
From the same to the same ibid 14 From the same lothesame
456
From the same to the same ibid 7 From the some to the same
457
sS From the fame to the fame
459
2 From the lame to the fame
461
JJ From the fame to the fame
462
From the fame to the fame ibid 35 From the fame to the fame
463
From ihe fame to the fame
464
3? From the lime to the fame
465
Pope to Sir William TrumbuU ibid 39 From the fame to the fame
466
From the fame to the fame
467
From the same to the same
469
4 From the same to the same ibid 44 Mr Pope to Lord Lansdown
471
4 Mr Pope 10 the Hon J C Esq ibid 46 From the same to the same
472
+ Mr Pace to General Anthony Hamilton ibid 4i Mr Sieeie to Mr Pope
473
Mr Pope to Mr Stede ibid 50 From tie lame to the fame
474
From the fame to tht fame
475
Mr Siede to Mr Pope ibid 53 Mr Pope to Mr Stede
476
From the fame to the fame ibid jc Mr Scerte to Mr Pope ibid 56 Mr Pope to Mr Steele ibid 17 Biz Pope xo Mi Addifon
477
jil Mr JUaJScm to Mr Pope ibid 59 From lie iame to the fame
478
to Mr Pope to Mr Addifon ibid ti Fnmxhe fase to the fame
479
fix Fran tic laeæ to tee fame
480
FftoB 4e laae u the tame ibid 4 Mr soft to the Jioapnrable
481
Letter Page 6 5 Mr Pope to the Hon
483
Mr Pope to Mr Jcrvas 1 ibtd 68 From the fame to the fame
484
Mr Jervas to Mr Pope ibid 70 Mr Pope to Mr Jcrvas S j 71 Mr Pope to the Earl of Hallifax
486
Extract from a Letter of Dr Arbuthnot to Mr Pope
487
Mr Pope to the Hon James Craggs Efy ibid 74 Mr Pope to Mr Congrcve
488
From the same to the same 76 From the same to the same 77 Mr Congreve to Mr Pope 1
491
Mr Pope to Mr Fcnton 83 Rev Dean Berkley to Mr Pope S4 Mr Pope to
493
From the same to 86 Mr Pope to the Earl of Burlington 87 Mr Pope to the Duke of Buckingham
496
The Duke of Buckingham to Mr Pope
500
Mr Pope to the Duke of Buckingham
502
Dr Arbuthnot to Mr Pops 301
503
Mr Pope to Dr Arbuthnot ibid 92 Mr Pope to the Earl of Oxford
504
The Earl of Oxford to Mr Jope ibfdT 94 Mr Pope to Edward Blount Esq ibid 95 Edward Blount Esq to Mr Pope
509
Mr Pope to Edward Blount Esq
510
103 From the same to the same ibid 104 From the same to the same c a 105 From the same to the same ibid 106 From the same to the same
512
Mr Pope to the Hon Robert Digby
515
From the same to the fame
516
in Mr Digby to Mr Pope ibid 112 Mr Pope to Mr Digby
517
Mr Digby to Mr Pope ifcid
518
The Bisliop of Rochester to Mr Pope
520
7 From the some to the fame JbJJ 118 Mr Pope to Mr Digby n
523
From the same to the same
530
Lord Chancellor Harcourt to Mr Pope ibid 135 The Bishop of Rochester to Mr Pope
531
From the ame to the same
532
Mr Pope to the Bishop of Rochester
533
The Bisliop of Rochester to Mr Pope ibid j 39 Mr Pope to the Bishop of Rochester ibid 140 The Bishop of Rochester to Mr Pope
534
From the fame to the fuse _ jijjj 120 From the tame to the fame rlt 121 From the fame to the fame itid
535
From the same to the same ibid 144 From the same to the same
536
J45 Mr Popeto the Bisliop of Rochester
537
The Bisliop of Rochester to Mr Pope ibid 147 From the same to the same
538
Mr Pope to the Bilhop of Rochester ibid 149 From the same to the seme
539
The Bisliop of Rochester to Mr Pope
540
From the seme to the seme
541
SECTION II
543
Dr Thomas Rundle to the Reverend Dean Clarice
547
Dr Thomas Rundle to Mb Saady
548
From the fame to the seme
549
_ S From the seme to the seme
551
Mr Digby to Mr Pope ji5 123 Mr Pope to Mr Digby __ jit 124 From the fame to the fame
553
From the seme to the seme ibid 11 From the seme to the seme
555
From the seme to the fame
556
From the seme to the fame
558
From the seme to the seme ibid 11 From the seme to the seme
559
From the some to the seme
560
From the some to the seme
563
From the seme to the seme
564
2 From the seme to the some
565
From the seme to the seme
566
4 From Miss Talbot to a newborn child daughter of Mr John Talbot son os the Lord Chancellor
567
ac Dr ThomaiRundleto ArchdeaconS ibid a6 Dr Herring to William Duncombe Esq
568
From the same to the same
569
a8 From the same to the seme ibid 39 From the seme to the same
570
From the fame to the seme ibid 31 From the seme to the seme
571
From the seme to the seme ibid 34 From the seme to the seme ibid jc From the seme to the seme 573
573
From the seme to the seme j 78 From the seme to the seme 79 From the fame to the seme
580
to From the seme to the seme 81 From the seme to the seme 82 From the seme to the seme 83 From the seme to the seme 4
602
75
644
76
701

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