"Do you remember Hawkins Browne's address to Tobacco, in imitation of Pope?"
Alexander Pope (ca.1742)
Public DomainAlexander Pope (ca.1742) - Credit: Jean-Baptiste van Loo

 The poem recalled by Miss Crawford is entitled A Pipe of Tobacco: In Imitation of Six Several Authors by Isaac Hawkins Brown (1705-1760). It was first published in 1736. As well as being a parody of the work of Alexander Pope, it also parodied the work of five other contemporary poets including Colley Cibber, Ambrose Philips and Jonathan Swift.