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form this author I have added two papers on Sir Roger de Coverley, and aof his poetical Epistle to Lord Halifax. I left out the two hymns,

When all thy mercies, Uiny God," and, “ How are thy servants Lar!," because it is very doubtful whether he wrote them. Addison es them in the Spectator, as if they were the production of another;

editor of Andrew Marvell's works, Edward Thompson, makes it very probable that they were written by his author, as they were

ng his manuscripts in his hand-writing, with some variations-
w rater on the "Village Lovers" is a gem.-Swift. His satire on

antiation” is omitted for two reasons: the subject is too sacred for
2000, and the doctrine too absurd for refutation. Instead of this,

will find a still more humorous piece,--that on Partridge's POPE. The extracts from the “Essay on Criticism," the “Essay on bis • Letter to Steele," additional; and the extracts from the "Rape " better arranged.--Tromson. The Loves of the Birds," "A ene," "A Thunder-Shower," "The Springs of Rivers," and "A ing in the Snows of Winter," additional.BOLINGBROKE. "The ry," additional. rar. His Ode on a distant Prospect of Eton exquisitely beautiful" Song," and the four Letters," additional.-

The Scenery of the Alps," and the History of a Poet's Gar le place of "Alcander and Septimius," a rather unnatural story.

His remarks on "The Origin and Right of Property," omitted,

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too dry-Johnson. " Gayety and Good-Humor," " The Converjors. * Books and Tradition," " Prevention of Evil Habits," and ween Pope and Dryden," additional. --Lowta. His " Remarks Jty of the Prophet Isaiah," who will not value ? Joxes. His ron "Milton's Residence," additional.-BURKE. John How. zua Reynolds," " Rights of Man," Noisy Politicians," all addi.

This author had rather more than his share before: I therero letters of less importance.-CowPER. The Wounded Spi. Che Guilt of making Man Property," " The Diverting History ," and five letters, Cowper's Amusements," " Writing upon in Epistle in Rhyme," " Expects Lady Hesketh, &c.," " Trans

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Addison, JOSEPH : . 374 COWLET, ABRAHAM AKENSIDE, Mank. . . 578 Cowper, WILLIAM . ARBUTHNOT, Joun . . 419 Cuashaw, RICHARD Ascuam, Rogek . . . 74 | DANIEL, SAMUEL . . Bacox, FRANCIS . . 159 | DavenaNT, WILLIAM BARBOUR, JOIN . . . 25 | De FoE, DANIEL . . Barclar, Robert . . 324 DODDRIDGE, Philip . BARROW, Isaac . . . 278 | DopsleY, ROBERT . BAXTER, RICHARD . . 332 | DONNE, JOHN . . BEAUMONT, Francis . . 143 Drayton, MICHAEL . BENTLEY, RICHARD . . 429 DRUMMOND, WILLIAM BERKELET, GEORGE . 510 DRYDEX, Joux . . BIBLE, TRANSLATIOns or. 118 | Dunbar, WILLIAM . BLACKSTONE. WILLIAM. 645 | ELIZABETH, QUEEN . Blair, ROBERT . . . 465 Falconer, WILLIAM BOLING BROKE, LORD . . 494 | FELLTHAM, OWEN . Boota, Barton . . .

418 Finca, Anne . . BOILE, Robert . . . 328 FLETCHER, GILES . BROWNE, TAOMAS . . 298 FLETCHER, JOHN . Bunyan, JOHN . . .317 | FLETCAER, PHINEAS . BURKE, Edmund . . . 712 | FULLER, THOMAS . Bunns, Robert . . . 700 | Gay, John . . . BUTLER, JOSEPU.

504 GIBBON, EDWARD . BUTLER, SAMUEL . . . 292 GOLDSMITH, OLIVER . Brrow, JOHN . .

538 Gower, Joan . . CAREW, THOMAS . . . 177 GRAY, THOMAS . . Carey, ELIZABETH . . 154 GREVILLE, MRS. . Caxton, WILLIAM . . . 42 GROVE, Hennr . CHATHAM, EARL Op . 639 HABINGTON, WILLIAN CHATTERTON, Thomas . . 570 Hale, MATTHEW . . CHAUCER, GEOPFRET.

26 HALL, JOSEPH . . CHEKE, JOAN . . . 68 | HAWKESWORTH, John . CHILLINOWORTA, WILLIAM. 182 HERBERT, GEORGE . CLARENDON, EARL OF . . 269 | HERRICK, ROBERT . COLLINS, WILLIAM , . 516 | HEYWOOD, JOHN .

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In almost every one, some additional notes will be found, of verbal alterations is very great. This is owing to the fact proof of this edition I have read very carefully with a most critical proofreader, by the best original edition of each author. rprised to see how many errors have crept into the various & but two specimens: the fourth line of the " Emigrants."

in the common editions, The listening winds received hould be "this song; and then the song follows, and not in printed. The last line but one of Cowper's eulogy on John ads. And not with curses on his heart :" it should be

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HookER, RICHARD . . 104 | ROBERTSON, WILLIAM .
HOWARD, HENNY . . . 60 | Rowe, ELIZABETH . .
HUME, David . . . 635 | Russell, RACHEL .
HYDE, EDWARD . . . 269 | SACKVILLE, Toomas
JAMES I. oF SCOTLAND.

Sr. Joan, HENRY
Johnson, SAMUEL . . . 647 SandyS, GEORGE . .
Joxes, WILLIAM . . . 695 | SEWELL, GEORGE .
Jonson, Ben . . . . 172 SHAKSPEARE, WILLIAM .
Junius, LETTERS OF . 723 SHENSTONE, WILLIAM ,
KILLEGREW, Anne.

SHERLOCK, Thomas . .
KING, WILLIAM . . . 541 SIDNEY, Palip . .
LATIMER, Hugu . . . 65 SMOLLET, Tobias . .
LEIGATOX, ROBERT . . 309 SOMERVILLE, WILLIAM
LOCKE, Joux . . . . 356 SPENSER, EDMUND . .
LOVELACE, RICHARD . . 205 South, ROBERT .
Lowru, ROBERT .

SOUTHWELL, ROBERT
MANDEVILLE, JOun . . 17 STEELE, RICHARD .
MARGARET, Duchess of New STILL, JOHN . . .
CASTLE . . .

236 SURREY, EARL OF MARKHAM, GERVASE. . 179 SWIFT, JONATHAN . MARLOWE, CanisTOPHER

87 | Talbot, CATHERINE. MARYELL, ANDREW .

TAILOR, JEREMY . MIDDLETON, CONTERS . '. 489 TEMPLE, WILLIAM . Milton, Joox . . . 239 THOMSON, JAMES . . MINSTRELSY, ENGLISH . . 109 | TICKELL, Tuomas . Montagu, Lady Mary - 532 | Tillotson, JONN . . MORE, THOMAS . . . 47 | TOLLET, ELIZABETH . NEWCASTLE, DUCHESS OF L 236 TINDALE, WILLJAM . OVERBURY, THOMAS . . 125 VAUGHAN, HENRY . PARNELL, THOMAS . . 366 | VANIOMRIGH, Estien . Penn, WILLIAM . . . 369 | WALLER, EDMUXD . Philips, CATHERINE . . 216 Walton, ISAAC . . Pitt, VÖ'ILLIAM . . . 639 | WARTON, THOMAS . Pope, ALEXANDER . . 450 Watts, Isaac . . Prion, MATTHEW . . . 398 | WICLIF, JOHN . . QUARLES, FRANCIS . . 186 | WraTT, THOMAS . . RALEIGH, WALTER . . . 146 | YALDEN, THOMAS . Richardson, SAMUEL . 525 | Young, Edwar) . .

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DAVID . . . 635 RUSSELL, RACHEL . . 400
EDWARD . . .269 SACKVILLE, THOMAS 121
Lor SCOTLAND. . 38 | St. John, HENRI . . 494

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LETTERS OF . . 723 SHENSTONE, WILLIAM 546
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SIR PHILIP SIDNEY.

SIR TIIOMAS OVERBURY.

Description of Arcadia......

Prose Writings.........

- 126

Pamela and Philoclea.......

81 A Fuir and Happy Milkmaid........ . 126

Description of a Stag-bunt.....

82

His Defence of Poeay............. 83 WILLIAM SHAKSPEARE........ .. 127

Character of the Poet.............

Chronological List of his Playg.. .. 128

Philosopher, Historian, and Poet, com-

Ben Jonson's Encomium .... .. 120

pared ...............

84 Dryden's Encomium .....

- 129

In Praise of Poesy.............

From the “Merchant of Venice," the

Poetry-Sonnet to Sleep..........

Three Caskets ......

.. 130

The Seven Ageg........

.. 134

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE .......... Clarence's Dream ........

.. 135

4 Passionate Shepherd to his Love...

Fall of Cardinal Wolsey.......

Queen Mab and the Fairies ..... .. 139

ROBERT SOUTHWELL............

Life and Death weighed ......... .. 140

The Power of Truth, Bryant, (note).. 89 M ercy.....................

141

Times go by Turns....

89 Fame to be kept bright by Activity... 141

Scorn not the Least..............

The Commonwealth of Bees.......... 142

Content and Rich.......

Prose-Mary Magdalen's Tears ...... | BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER...... .. 143

Life hath no Uumeddled Joy........ 92 Address to Melancholy.............. 143

The Life of Man...........

.. 144

EDMUND SPENSER.......

Morning..........

.. 144

Remarks on the “ Faerie Queene".... 94 Exhortation to Early Rising. .. 144

The Knight and the Lady...

The Shepherd's Evening.....

.. 145

Una followed by the Lion....

97

Description of Prince Arthur.

99

SIR WALTER RALEIGH............. 146

- Belphæbe. .......

100

The Fall of mighty Empires=The folly

The Care of Angels over Men.

102

of Ambition-The Power of Death 147

The Seasons ..............

102 His various Prose Works............ 148

Criticisms of Mackintosh, Hazl

Poetry ............................. 119

Campbell, (notes). ....

103 A Description of the Country's Recrea-

Prose Works...... ............... 103

tions ..... .

.... 149

The Irish Bards...

.......... 104 Sir Egerton Brydges's Opinion of him

as a Poet, (note)................. 149

RICHIARD HOOKER ............

101

The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd - 150

Ilis Ecclesiastical Polity............. 105 A Vision upon the Faerie Queene..... 151

His Letter to the Archbishop......... 105 The Soul's Errand....sesen......... 151

The Necessity and Majesty of Law... 106 His last Letter to his Wife .......... 153

Sudden Death not Desirable......... 107

The Excellency of the Psalms........ 108 LADY ELIZABETII CAREY....... .. 154

On Forgiveness of Injurics. ....... .. 154

ENGLISH MINSTRELSY....

.. 109

Account of the Minstrels...

109 SAMUEL DANIEL ............. .. 155

Sir Patrick Spens......

109 His History of the Civil Wars .... .. 155

Chevy Chase...........

112 Equanimity ......

.. 156

The Two Corbies.....

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mn Feelings.......... 117/
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