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I MP R O V E M E N T S.
Carefully collated and compared with former Editions:
NOTES from the various Critics and COMMENTATORS.
V O L.
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Contents of the THIRD VOLUME.
Part of the Ninth Ode of the Fourth Book. A Fragment
MISCELL A N I E S.
to Mr. Jervas, with Mr. Dryden's Translation of Fresnoy's Art
To Mr. Thomas Sou hern, on his Birth-day, 1742
Ε Ρ Ι Τ Α Ρ Η S.
Chap. XIV. Of the Discoveries and Words of the Great Scriblerus, made
and to be made, written and to be written, known and unknown
MARTINUS SCRIBLERUS, or of the Art of SINKING in POETRY,
Chap. II. That the Bathos, or Profund, is the natural Taste of Man,
and in particular, of the present Age
Chap. III. The Neceflity of the Bathos physically considered
Chap. IV. That there is an Art of the Balhos, or Profund
Chap. V. Of the true Genius for the Profound, and by what it is con-
Chap. VI. Of the fevera! Kinds of Geniuses in the Profund, and the
Marks and Characters of each..
LETTERS of Mr. POPE and several of his FRIENDS.
LETTERS to and from Mr. Wycherley from the Year 1704 to 1710.