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11. From Mr. Wycherley.
HI. Mr. Wycherley's humanity; his encouragement of
XIX. Concerning Mifcellanies, and the danger of
XX. From Mr. Wycherley.
His defire of his com-
XXIII. More about the poems.
XXV. From Mr. Wycherley. In answer to the account
XXVI. The laft advice about his papers, to turn them
LETTERS to and from Mr. WALSH.
XXI. From Mr. Cromwell. On a paffage in Lucan.
XVII, Witty letters undervalued in comparison of fin-
1. From Sir William Trumbull. On occafion of
VI. From Sir William Trumbull,
VII. Against the violence of parties, and the praise
VIII. From Sir William Trumbull. Of an epigram
LETTERS to and from Several Perfons.
1. To the Hon. J. C. Efq. Reflections on the Efay