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Volume ii. London: Printed by J. The volume of contains, with a few exceptions, the poems which Pope had printed since The pages of each group of pieces—Epistles, Satires, Epitaphs, etc. Letters of Mr.
Alexander Pope , and Several of his friends. Wright for J.
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Knapton in Ludgate Street, L. Gilliver in Fleet Street, J. Brindley in New Bond Street, and R. Dodsley in Pall-Mall, This is Pope's first avowed edition of his letters.
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A half-title, "The Works of Mr. Alexander Pope in Prose," precedes the title-page. Alexander Pope , in Prose. London: Printed for J. Knapton, C. Bathurst , and R. Dodsley , The half-title is more precise: "The Works of Mr. Alexander Pope, in Prose. Containing the rest of his Letters, with the Memoirs of Scriblerus, never before printed; and other Tracts written either singly, or in conjunction with his friends. Now first collected together. The numbers of the pages are very irregular, and show that the contents and arrangement of the volume had been greatly altered from some previous impression.
The folio copies of the two volumes of poetry, and the two of prose, are merely the quarto text portioned out into longer pages, without a single leaf being reprinted. The trifling variations from the quartos were introduced when the matter was put into the folio size. The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq.
London: Printed for B. Lintot , Small 8vo. This is the first volume of an edition which extended to nine volumes, and which from the want of uniformity in the title-pages, the dates, and names of the publishers appears to consist of odd volumes. The copyright of Pope's works belonged to different proprietors, and they at last agreed to print their respective shares in small octavo, that the several parts united might form a complete set.
Each proprietor commenced printing his particular section of the octavos when the previous sizes he had on hand were sold, and thus it happened that the second volume of the edition came out in before the first, which was published in The series was not finished till , when the fourth book of the Dunciad was added to the Poems, and the Swift Correspondence to the Letters.
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Some of the volumes were reprinted, and the later editions occasionally differ slightly from their predecessors. The Poems and Letters of Pope are more complete in the octavos than in the quartos, but the octavos, on the other hand, omit all the prose works except the Letters, and the Memoirs of Scriblerus, and octavos and quartos combined are imperfect in comparison with the editions which have been published since Pope's death.
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Obiit Parisiis, mense Febr. Gay, probitate morum et simplicitate insignis, socius peramabilis, sub oculis meis mortuus est, Dec. Mater mea charissima, pientissima et optima, Editha Pope, obiit septima die Junii , annum implens nonagesimum tertium. Arbuthnot, MD. Carolus Mordaunt. Libris A. Popei, Pr. Pope, in his last illness, amused himself, amidst the care of his higher concerns, in preparing a corrected and complete edition of his writings;  and, with his usual delicacy, was even solicitous to prevent any share of the offence they might occasion, from falling on the friend whom he had engaged to give them to the public.
The editor hath not, for the sake of profit, suffered the author's name to be made cheap by a subscription;  nor his works to be defrauded of their due honours by a vulgar or inelegant impression; nor his memory to be disgraced by any pieces unworthy of his talents or virtue.
On the contrary, he hath, at a very great expense, ornamented this edition with all the advantages which the best artists in paper, printing, and sculpture could bestow upon it. If the public hath waited longer than the deference due to its generous impatience for the author's writings should have suffered, it was owing to a reason which the editor need not be ashamed to tell. It was his regard to the family interests of his deceased friend.
Pope, at his death, had left large impressions of several parts of his works, unsold, the property of which was adjudged to belong to his executors; and the editor was willing they should have time to dispose of them to the best advantage, before the publication of this edition which hath been long prepared should put a stop to the sale.
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But it may be proper to be a little more particular concerning the superiority of this edition above all the preceding, so far as Mr. Pope himself was concerned. What the editor hath done, the reader must collect for himself. The first volume, and the original poems in the second, are here first printed from a copy corrected throughout by the author himself, even to the [Pg xii] very preface,  which, with several additional notes in his own hand, he delivered to the editor a little before his death.
The juvenile translations, in the other part of the second volume, it was never his intention to bring into this edition of his works, on account of the levity of some, the freedom of others, and the little importance of all. But these being the property of other men, the editor had it not in his power to follow the author's intention.
The third volume all but the Essay on Man, which together with the Essay on Criticism, the author, a little before his death, had corrected and published in quarto, as a specimen of his projected edition, was printed by him in his last illness, but never published, in the manner it is now given.
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