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ON TWO CELEBRATED MODERN POETS,
Behold, those monarch oaks, that rise,
The moral is so plain to hit,
• This is to be understood as a censure only of the poetical character of those gentlemen. As men, the Dean esteemed them both ; and on Philips in particular conferred many signal acts of friendship. N.
UPON CARTHY'S * THREATENING TO
You have undone Horace, -what should hinder
DR. SWIFT WROTE THE FOLLOWING EPIGRAM OY
one DELACOURT'S COMPLIMENTING CARTHY, A SCHOOLMASTER, ON HIS POETRY.
EPIGRAM. Cartay, you say, writes well—his genius true; You pawn your word for him-he'll vouch for you. So two poor knaves, who find their credit fail, To cheat the world, becomes each other's bail.
Carthy, a scribbling schoolmaster, wrote some severe lines on Dr. Swift and his friends. F.
END OF THE ELEVENTH VOLUME.
T. BENSLEY, Printer, Bolt Court, Fleet Streets