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In 1742 Johnson correctly says that Crousaz's attack on the Essay on Man, based on du Resnel's Pope, 'either evidently perverts, or mistakes his Author's Expressions, and animadverts upon that mistaken Sense'.
Some Annotations by the Translator (London, 1742), 30n: Crousaz "either evidently perverts or mistakes his Author's Expressions, and animadverts upon that mistaken Sense.