Excerpt from Original Poems and Translations, Vol. 1 of 2: Containing Poems on Several Occasions
Dryden's fellow-undertaker: in that Col lefkiou, or the Motives which induced him to write in conjunftion with others; we may venture to fay, it is now high time the Port ner/lzip... fhou'd be diltolved, and Mr. Dryden left to [land upon his own bottom. His Credit, as a Poet, is out of: all danger, tho' the withdrawmg ~his Steele may, probably, expofe many of his Co-portnerr to the ha zard of a Poetical bari/employ.
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