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This manuscript may have been the original from which the material was printed in The Publisher (no. 2, 1745, pp. 45-60) where it has the title: Expressions, Similes, and Sentiments in Palingenius, Translated and Improv'd by Mr Pope, in his Essay on Man.
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5 leaves. Versos blank, not digitized.
Anonymous manuscript comparing the "Essay on Man" by Alexander Pope (1688-1744) and the "Zodaicus Vitae" of Marcellus Stellatus Palingenius (fl. 1528); probably written by the Rev. William Clarke (1696-1771). Two columns with citations from Pope's poem in English and from Palingenius' in Latin.
1 v. (5 l.) ; 40 x 26 cm.
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