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A COMPENDIUM OF ENGLISH LITERATURE,
. IL ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE NINETEENTH OCNTURY, EMBRACING TUS Cunet DECRASHD AND Livixo A UTIOES OF THE FIRST HALF or to
NIXATIRTH CHITURI.—778 pages
A COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN LITERATURE,
UPON TUB SANE PLAN, KXDRACIXO
PART 1.-Greek: from Homer to Longinus.
THE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN MILTON,
WITH A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR.
MILITARY DISSERTATIONS ON KACH POIN ; NOTES CRITICAL AND EXPLANATORY; AN DIDES TO
THE SUBJECT OF PARADISE LOBT; AND A VERBAL IXDES TO ALL TIL POEMA -638 page.
WITH APPROPRIATK SELECTIONS FROM SCRIPTURE, AND TUNES SUITED TO
THE METRES OF THE HYMNS. The Ilymns in this collection, one of which is adaptod to each day of the year, have beon selected by Professor Cleveland with roinarkably good taste. Soine of thein are familiar, and will be loved and muns as long as the English language endures. The rest, culled from the great stores in his pos
najon, are tho choloest that can be found. In literary Inorit and poetic excellence, it is the very best nelection of Sacred Lyrics extant in tho selection of tunes, Professor Cleveland has condned bimself to a few good old tunos, easy to bo sung, sad favorites with all denominations. It is a 18inu, substantially bound.-270 pages
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