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While Milbourn ] Luke Mil- bourn a Clergyman, the fairest of Criticks; who when
he wrote against Mr. Dryden's Pirgil, did him justice, in printing at the fame time
his own translations of him, which were intolerable. His manner of writing has a ...
The surreptitious editions placed here the name of a Gentleman, who, tho' no
great friend to the Clergy, is a person of Morals and Ingenuity Tindal was Author
of the Rights of the Christian Church : He also wrote an abusive pamphlet against
Gay t/its un-penpon'd, &c] See Mr. Gay't Fable of the Hare ana Many Friends. This
gentleman was early in the friendship of our author, which has continued many
years. He wrote several works of humour with great success, the Shepherd's ...
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On the whole, I did enjoy reading this poem, although I found it very difficult to read. I've heard before that it's very hard to comprehend the first time around, and I would have to agree. Although ... Read full review