A Letter to the Editor of the Letters on the Spirit of Patriotism, the Idea of a Patriot-King, and the State of Parties, &c. Occasioned by the Editor's Advertisement. WILLIAM WARBURTON.

A Letter to the Editor of the Letters on the Spirit of Patriotism, the Idea of a Patriot-King, and the State of Parties, &c. Occasioned by the Editor's Advertisement.

Publisher: London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1749.
Edition: First edition.
Bibliographical References: NCBEL II, 1870.
Condition: Some slight foxing; very good copy. Scarce.
Book ID: 22506

Description

8vo, disbound, 25 pages. Half-title present.

Comments

¶ A response by the friend and editor of Alexander Pope to accusations that Pope had published some letters of Lord Bolingbroke without Bolingbroke's permission. Warburton's reply, which mentions Pope throughout, is filled with ire, and it was in turn anonymously responded to in To the Author of a Libel, Entitled A Letter to the Editor . .

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