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PRINTED FOR VERNOR, HooD, AND SHARPE.; J. AND A. ARCH ;
J. WALKER; LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME;
J. MURRAY; AND J. BOOKER;
At the Union Printing-Office, St. John's Square, by W. Wilson-
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1807.

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Letter 1. From Mr. West.—Complains of his friend's si

lence . - . . - - - - . . p. 133 Letter 2. To Mr. West.—Answer to the former.—A translation of some lines from Statius . . - - - p. 134

LETTER 3. From Mr. West,-Approbation of the version.— Ridicule on the Cambridge Collection of Verses on the marriage of the Prince of Wales . . . . . p. 138

Preface of the Editor to the subsequent letter . . p. 140

LETTER 4. To Mr. West.—On the little encouragement which he finds given to classical learning at Cambridge.—His aversion to metaphysical and mathematical studies - - p. 141

LETTER 5. From Mr. West—Answer to the former, advises his correspondent not to give up Poetry when he applies himself to

the Law - - - - - - - - p. 143 LETTER 6. To Mr. WAlpole.—Excuse for not writing to him, &c. - , . . p. 146

LETTER 7. From Mr. West.—A poetical epistle addressed to his Cambridge friends, taken in part from Tibullus and a prose letter of Mr. Pope - - - - p. 148 LETTER 8. To Mr. West.—Thanks him for his poetical epistle. —Complains of low spirits.-Lady Walpole's death, and his concern for Mr. H. Walpole - - - - p. 153 LETTER 9. To Mr. WALPole.—How he spends his own time in the country.—Meets with Mr. Southern, the dramatic poet p. 134 I.ETTER 10. To Mr. Walpole.—Supposed manner in which Mr. Walpole spends his time in the country . - - p. 157 LETTER 11. From Mr. West—Sends him a translation into Latin of a Greek epigram . . . . . p. 158 . LETTER 12. To Mr. West.—A Latin epistle in answer to the foregoing - - - - p. 160 LETTER 13. From Mr. West, on leaving the University, and

removing to the Temple - - - - - p. 162

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