A Key to the Lock. Or, A Treatise Proving, Beyond All Contradiction, the Dangerous Tendency of a Late Poem, Entituled, The Rape of the Lock, to Government and Religion

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A Key to the Lock. Or, A Treatise Proving, Beyond All Contradiction, the Dangerous Tendency of a Late Poem, Entituled, The Rape of the Lock, to Government and Religion  (1715) 
by Alexander Pope

First published in 1715, this transcription is of the first edition.

A

KEY

TO THE

LOCK.

OR,

A TREATISE proving, beyond all
Contradiction, the dangerous
Tendency of a late Poem, entituled,
The RAPE of the LOCK,

TO

Government and Religion.


By Esdras Barnivelt, Apoth.


LONDON:

Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford
Arms
in Warwick-lane.1715.

Contents (not listed in original)

This work was published before January 1, 1927, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.