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W. 0743- Pope would almost certainly have included Lord Hervey among the "
Muse's Hypocrits."> 103-4. Narcissus <Lord Hervey, to whom Dr Conyers Middle
ton dedicated his Life of Cicero in 1741 (Walpole). Hervey was an epileptic, and ...
App.) His interest in horse-racing was well known: Lord Hervey summed him up
as "a much better jockey than he was a politician." — Hervey Memoirs, i 24.) 586.
With Staff and Pumps, &c. <Running-footmen wore "pumps" (a sort of shoe ...
Cricket gave offence to many because it encouraged lords and gentlemen to
associate with "butchers and cobblers. ... The reference tc fiddling is possibly a
thrust at Prince Frederick, who, according to Lord Hervey, was "fond of his
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The Dunciad Variorum with the Prolegomena of Scriblerus i
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