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... on the Dunciad, which had met with general approbation: but I still thought
some additions were wanting (of a more serious kind) to the humorous Notes of
Scriblerus, and even to those written by Mr. Cleland, Dr. Arbuthnot, and others.
Most true it is, that Mr. Moore had such a design, and was himself the man who
prest Dr. Arbuthnot and Mr. Pope to assist him therein; and that he borrowed
those Memoirs of our author, when that History came forth, with intent to turn them
Moore (James). His Story of fix Verses, and of ridiculing Bishop Burnet in the
Memoirs of a Parish-Clerk, prov'd false, by the Testimonics of — The Lord
Bolingbroke, 7%. — Hugh Bethel, Esq. ibid. — Earl of Peterborough, ibid. — Dr.
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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