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14 AP at Binfield, preparing to journey to Bath with Arbuthnot and Jervas. The journey is deferred and soon after AP goes up to Oxford with Arbuthnot. 23 Lintot publishes George Vertue's engraving of Jervas' portrait ofAP. September 6 (Thurs) The Earl of Mar launches the Jacobite rebellion at Braemar in Scotland. October 8 (Sat) In the Daily Courant and other journals, Lintot announces the publication of the second (and last) edition of The Temple of Fame, and the fourth edition of The Rape of the Lock.
May 2 (Mon) Samuel Garth's Preface to his poem Claremont, published this day, praises AP's Windsor-Forest. 6 Thomas Burnet, in The Grumbler no. 14, accuses AP ('Arch Wag') of authorising both A Key to the Lock and A Complete Key to . The What D'Ye Call It. 19 At some point between this date and June 12th, AP composes 'A Farewell to London. In the Year 1715'. 21 Publication announced (in The Post-Man) of AP's sermonpamphlet The Dignity, Use and Abuse of Glass-Bottles. 30 Thomas Burnet and George Duckett's anonymous Homerides: Or, A Letter to Mr Pope published (earlier issue on 7 Mar).
November 5 (Mon) By this date, the Shakespeare edition is about one quarter printed; AP conjectures the finished set to be ready a year hence. 24 AP visits Atterbury in the Tower. He is still revising the 'Epitaph on Simon Harcourt'. December 15 (Sat) First known public appearance of the 'Atticus' lines, AP' s portrait of Addison (later to appear in the Epistle to Dr Arbuthnot), in a pseudonymous letter to the StJames's Journal. 22 Gay, with AP looking over his shoulder, writes to Swift in Dublin to reopen a correspondence which has been silent for several years.
A Pope Chronology by Reginald Berry (auth.)