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-Whips put into an ape's paw to play pranks with - None but apish and Papish brats will heed him *.

An Ass.] A camel will take upon him no more burden than is sufficient for his strength, but there is another beast that crouches under all t.

A Frog.] Poet Squab, endued with Poet Maro's spirit! an ugly, croaking kind of vermin, which would swell to the bulk of an ox .

A Coward.] A Clinias, or a Damætus, or a man of Mr. Dryden's own courage Ş.

A KNAVE.] Mr. Dryden has heard of Paul, the knave of Jesus Christ: and, if I mistake not, I have read somewhere of John Dryden, servant to his Majesty I.

A Fool.] Had he not been such a self-conceited fool 1.-Some great poets are positive blockheads **.

ATHING.] So little a thing as Mr. Drydentt.

* Whip and Key, pref. + Milbourn, p. 105. ib. p. 11. dib. p. 176. ii Ib. p. 57. ' 4 Whip and Key, pref. ** Nilbouro, p. 34. *+ Ib. p. 35.

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surname, viz. A.P.E. and they give you idea of an ape as his face *, &c.

An Ass.] It is my duty to pull off the lion's skin from this little ass t.

A FROG.] A squab short gentleman-a little creature, that, like the frog in the fable, swells, and is

angry that it is not allowed to be as big as an ox 1

A COWARD.) A lurking, way-laying coward $.

A KNAVE.] He is one whom God and Nature have marked for want of common honesty ||.

A Fool.] Great fools will be christened by the names of great poets, and Pope will be called Homer 1.

A THING.] A little abject thing **.

* Dennis's Daily Journal, May 11, 1728. + Dennis's Rem. on Hom. pref. Dennis's Rem. on the Rape of the Lock. pref. p. 9. & Char. of Mr. P. p. 3. ll Ibid. Dennis's Rem. on Homer,

** Ibid. p. 3.

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PERSONS AND MATTERS

CELEBRATED IN THIS

POEM AND NOTES.

The Numerals shew the Book, the Figures the Verse.

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AMBROSE

MBROSE Philips, i. 105. iii. 326.
Attila, iii. 92.
Alaric, iii. 91.
Alma Mater, iii. 338.
Annius, an antiquary, iv. 347.
Arnall, William, ii. 315.

B
BLACKMORE, Sir Richard, i. 104, ii. 268.
Bezaleel Morris, ii. 126, iii. 168,
Banks, i. ] 46,
Broome, ibid.
Bond, ii. 126.
Brown, iii. 28.,
Bladen, iv. 560.
Budgel, Esq. ii. 397.
Bentley, Thomas, ii. 205.
Boyer, Abel, ii. 413.
Bland, a gazetteer, i. 231,

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Breval, J. Durant, ï. 126. 238.
Benlowes, iii. 21.
Bavius, ibid.
Burmannus, iv. 237.
Benson, William, Esq. iii. 325, 410.
Burgersdyck, iv. 198.
Bæotiaus, üi. 50.
Bruin and Bears, i. 101.
Bear and Fiddle, i. 224.

C
CIBBER, Colley, Hero of the poem, passim.
Cibber, jun. iii. 139, 326.
Caxton, William, i. 149.
Curl, Edm. i. 40. ii. 3, 58, 167, &c.
Cooke, Thomas, ii. 138.
Concanen, Matthew, ii. 299.
Centlivre, Susannah, č. 411.
Cæsar in Egypt, i. 251.
Chi Ho-amti, emperor of China, iii. 75.
Crouzaz, iv. 198.
Codrus, ii. 144.

D
De Foe, Daniel, i. 103. ii. 147.
De Foe, Norton, ii. 415.
De Lyra, or Harpsfield, i. 153.
Dennis, John, i. 106. ii. 239. ii. 173.
Dunton, John, ii. 144.
D'Urfey, iii. 146.
Dutchmen, ii. 405. iii. 51.

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