291 THE ANSWER OF THE Right Honourable W———M P———Y, Esq; TO THE Right Honourable Sir R———T W———E

* Written by Dr. Swift.

SIR,

Oct.15, 1730.

A pamphlet was lately sent me, entitled, A Letter from the Right Honourable Sir R. W. to the Right Honourable W.P. Esq; occasioned by the late Invectives on the King, her Majesty, and all the Royal Family. By these initial letters of our names, the world is to understand that you and I must be meant. Although the letter seems to require an answer, yet because it appears to be written rather in the style and manner used by some of your pensioners, than your own, U 2