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Working on revised five-canto Rape of the Lock. November 2 (Thurs) Addison compliments AP (still in London) on his Homer design. December 8 (Tues) Writing from Binfield, AP counters Swift's humorous request to change his religion. He notes that he has finished the revised Rape, and expects to stay at Binfield until Christmas. Gay's Fan published, as revised by AP. Gay is already at work on The Shepherd's Week. 15 AP tells Caryll he has dined with Lady Winchelsea (Anne Finch) earlier in the month.
30 The Temple of Fame ready for publication, according to Gay. 1715 January 16 (Sun) AP back at Binfield after passing a few days with Viscount Bolingbroke, intending to go to London on the 19th. 29 In London, staying with Jervas. The first volume of The Iliad is now in the press. February 1 (Tues) The Temple of Fame published by Lintot. AP receives £32 Ss for the poem. He immediately sends a copy to Martha Blount, together with a letter containing 'To a Lady with the Temple of Fame' (TE, VI, 127).
February 4 (Tues) AP, in receipt of the French wine requested of Caryll, asks for two or three dozen more of 'the other sort'. He has been working on the subscription list for The Iliad; all but ten of the original subscribers have continued. 15 AP' s anonymous pamphlet attack A Clue to the Comedy of the Non-Juror is mistakenly published by Curll. 18 AP visiting Lord Allen Bathurst in London. March Composition of AP's short 'Epistle to James Craggs, Esq; Secretary of State' occurs during his month.
A Pope Chronology by Reginald Berry (auth.)