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Sun Fire Office, Pope a share-
Sutton, Sir George, 355
Swinburne, of Capheaton, 465 note
T. P. personated by Savage, 322
Temple of Fame, a vision, 111
Thomson, Dr., quack practitioner,
Three Hours after Marriage, co-
medy: persons to whom the
Timon's villa. See Canons, 289,
Tonson's Miscellany, edited by
Tory governments unpopular, 109
Translators saddest rogues in the
Travelling charges from Bath to
Trumbull, Sir William, envies
Wanley, Humphrey, Lord Ox-
Warburton's Divine Legation of
Ward's Pulvis Antimonialis Pills,
Warwick, Edward Henry, Earl
Watkins, Arbuthnot's associate,
Way to Heaven, to starve and
Welsted provokes Pope's ven-
"What d'ye Call It," conjointly
Whist first mentioned by Pope as
Whiteway, Mrs. Swift's cousin,
Wild beast, Pope entertained as
Wilde's, W. R., closing years of
Will of Alexander Pope, senior,
Will and bequests of the poet
Will of Martha Blount, 465
Willow-tree planted by Pope, 167,
Winchelsea, Anne, Countess of,
Windsor Forest, 90, 99
Wits move from Will's to Button's,
Wood's Copper Coinage for Ire-
Woodman, Rev. C. Bathurst, 239,
Worms, the, a Satire on John
Worsdale, James, painter and
Writing learned by Pope from
Wycherley, Pope's earliest poet-
Younger, Mrs., marries the brother
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