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Alexander Pope James Runcieman Sutherland ... authors, I doubt, more heinous
than any in morality) to wit, Plagiarism, from the inventive and quaint-conceited
James Moore Smith Gent. ... For James Moore Smythe, see A ii 46, and Biog.
Alexander Pope James Runcieman Sutherland. And crucify poor Shakespear
once a week. For thee I ... These were people who writ about the year 1 726. <
James Moore Smythe's For thee explain a thing till all men doubt it, 164-168
BOOK I 83.
In 1729 he sailed for Madras to improve his fortunes, and there he presumably
died. SMYTHE, James Moore (1702-34). A ii 46; B ii 50. See "Testimonies of
Authors," and Biog. App., vol. iv. Moore Smythe died on Oct. 18, 1734 (London
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The Dunciad Variorum with the Prolegomena of Scriblerus i
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