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Mr. P O P E's
With LETTERS, &c. To, and From,
Street, Covent-Garden, M.DCC.XXXVI.
CINCE the Publication of the TO THIRD Volume of our Literary Sin Correspondence, I have not been
e pestered with the Impertinence LR of Brocade, or Tim. Lancet, or any of your Gang.
However, to redeem your Character, in some Measure, from its present Contempt, I will send ye on a much more reputable Embassy than Mr. Pope has done, in conftituting ye his Examiners, (an Employ only fit for that Chin-dropping, driveling, coward
* A Pack of Wretches so mean, that they went on fo filly an Errand, as to sift Mr. CURLI, as Mr. Pope in his Narrative informs the Public.