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ALEXANDER POPE, Efq;
With NOTES by
Si quid novifti rectius iftis,
Printed for HENRY LINTOT. MDCCXLIX.
Ntroduction, That 'tis as great a fault to judge
That a true Tafte is as rare to be found, as a true
That most men are born with fome Tafte, but Spoil'd
The Multitude of Critics, and causes of them,
That we are to ftudy our own Taste, and know the
Nature the best guide of Judgment, & 68 to 87.
Improv'd by Art and Rules, which are but metho
Rules deriv'd from the Practice of the Ancient
That therefore the Ancients are necessary to be
Study'd by a Critic, particularly Homer and
Of Licenses, and the use of them by the Ancients,
Reverence due to the Ancients, and praise of them,
PAR T. II. Ver. 203, &c.
Caufes hindering a true Judgment, 1. Pride,
288. 305. 339, &c.. 4. Being too hard to
pleafe, or too apt to admire, y 384. 5. Par-
tiality--too much Love to a Sect, to the An-
cients or Moderns, 394.1 6. Prejudice or Pre-
vention, 408. 7. Singularity, 424. 8. In-
conftancy, 432. 9. Party Spirit, ✈ 452, &c.
19. Envy, 466. Against Envy, and in praife
of Good-nature, y 508, &c. When Severity is
Rules for the Conduct of Manners in a Critic, L