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A history of English literature, in a series of biographical sketches ...

A history of English literature, in a series of biographical sketches ...

A history of English literature, in a series of biographical sketches

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  • Page 8 and 9: iv PREFACE. Books into the framewor
  • Page 10 and 11: VI PREFACE. Cavalier satins and the
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  • Page 14 and 15: 10 CAir.NS, CKOVES, AND CORDS. ink,
  • Page 16 and 17: 12 ANCIENT BOOK-ROOMS. and drying c
  • Page 18 and 19: 14 EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHICS, or justi
  • Page 20 and 21: 16 REMAINS OF CELTIC LITEEATURE. Or
  • Page 22 and 23: 18 SAXON GLEEMEN AND THEIR SONGS. ^
  • Page 24 and 25: 20 THE " PARAPHRASE " OP CAEDMON, h
  • Page 26 and 27: 22 THE " SAXON CHRONICLE," Alfeic.
  • Page 28 and 29: 24 THE GREAT SCHOLAR ALCUIN. Cuthbe
  • Page 30 and 31: 26 HOW DUNSTAN WON HIS SAINTSHIP. a
  • Page 32 and 33: 28 EFFECTS OF THE NOKMAN CONQUEST,
  • Page 34 and 35: 30 PRINCIPAL LATIN WEITESS. sliort.
  • Page 36 and 37: 32 NATURE OF THE NORMAN ROMANCES. f
  • Page 38 and 39: 34 SEMI-SAXON WRITERS. called Serve
  • Page 40 and 41: 3G THE MINSTEEL IN THE CASTLE HALL.
  • Page 42 and 43: ! OO FALL OF THE MIIn^STREL CRAFT.
  • Page 44 and 45: 40 HISTOUY OF ENGLISH METRICAL ROMA
  • Page 46 and 47: 42 THE COPYIST AT WORK. mucli of tl
  • Page 48 and 49: 44 mandeville's travels. CHAPTER II
  • Page 50 and 51: 4(j THE STUDENTS OF OLD OXFOED. Wyc
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    4S WyCLTFFE AT OLD ST. FAULTS. envo

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    50 THE PARSON OF LUTTERWORTH. by th

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    52 SPECIMEN or wycliffe's peose. wl

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    54 SUNSniNE AND SHADOW. prisoner at

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    56 THE " CANTEIlBUIiY TALES." bome

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    68 " THE ENIGHT AND THE SQUIES." wi

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    60 "the flouk and the llfk" As Larp

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    62 gower's three works. and one in

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    64 THE I'OET KING. CHAPTER VI. KING

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    66 '"THE king's quhair." And above

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    G8 *' THE bettce" of barboub. oppor

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    70 PROSE WEITEES OF THE FIRST ERA,

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    72 EARLY LIFE OF CAXTON. As we writ

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    74 THE ALMONRY OF WESTMINSTER. I\ra

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    76 THE DEATH OF CAXTON. well to lii

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    78 THOMAS MOEE AT OXFORD. Boyhood o

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    80 EESIGNATION Of" THE CHANCELLOH.

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    82 MOPvE'S " UTOPIA." whicli the fo

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    tyndale's eaely life. CHAPTER III.

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    so MARTYRDOM OF TYNDALE, ligious op

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    88 THE BOOK OF COMMON PEAYER. arisi

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    90 >^ JURLY LIFE OP SUKREY. CHAPTER

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    92 THE EARLIEST ENGLISH BLANK-VEESE

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    94 WILLIAM DU.NBAR. Poets. Robert H

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    yt POETKY OF GAVIN DOUGLAS. Honour

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    98 PROSE WRITERS OF THE SECOND ERA.

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    100 PBOSE WEITEES OF TUB SECOND ERA

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    102 THE MORALITIES. yawn and sleep,

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    104 FIRST ENGLISH THEATRES. petratc

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    w ' 106 SCENE IN THE PLAY-HOUSE. pl

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    108 AKCUAJVI AT CAMBHrDGK ^)^ Ascha

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    110 WORKS OF EOGER ASCHAM, her, she

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    . pupil 112 EARLY LIFE OF BUCHANAN.

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    114 /7/^ TXTTOE TO JAlkEES THE SIXT

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    11 G The bny Philip. On the Contine

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    118 Sidney's death near zutphen. do

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    120 EDMUND SPENSEli AT CAMBKIDGE. C

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    122 PUBLICATION OP " THE PAEEEE QTJ

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    ,,f • - , ^.^r>vvt^^^ 124 PLAN OP

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    126 STANZAS FROM "THE FAEEIE QUEENE

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    128 STANZAS FROM "THE FAEUIE QUEENE

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    130 THE RECTOR OF BISHOP'S-BOURNE.

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    132 I

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    134 STANZAS FROM "THE INDUCTION." O

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    136 THE CRYPT OP OLD ST. PAUL'S, ma

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    138 PUBLICATION OF KING JAMEs's BIB

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    140 shakspeke's tomb. Shalispcrc's

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    142 THE poet's school days. friends

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    144 PROSPEROUS LONDON LIFE. So, dri

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    146 THE PLAYS OF SHAKSPERE. the Arg

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    — I'iS SPECIMENS OF SHAKSPEEE's S

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    160 RALEIGH AT SUA- Early adventure

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    152 THE " HISTORY OF THE WORLD." Il

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    154 SPECIMEN OF Raleigh's peosb. It

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    156 A RISING YOUNG LAWYER. tions, i

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    158 BACON LORD CHANCELLOR. However

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    1 00 THE " INSTAUfiATIO MAGNA." Eng

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    163 BBICKLAYER, SOLDIERj AND STUDEN

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    1G4 THE DEATH OF JOXSON. wliicli in

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    166 EOLEET GKEENE THE DEAMATIST. PO

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    168 THE PLAYS OF MARLOWE. graduated

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    170 DRUMMOND OP HAWTHORNDEN. Though

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    172 CAMDEN TIIi: ANTIQUARY. Catholi

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    174 THE LEARNED SELDEN. above twent

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    176 DRESS OF THE CAVALIERS. FOURTH

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    178 THE PURITAN DRESS AND MIEN. the

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    180 THE GREAT TUKITAN MAN OF LETTER

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    T" • f 6 *£

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    184 SPECIMEN OF FULT.EU'S PROSE. an

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    186 A SCHOOLMASTER IN WALES. handso

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    188 STYLE AND WOfiKS OF JEREMY TAYL

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    190 TWO OLD PILLARS IN PICCADILLY.

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    192 CLARENDON AND MILTON. for liigl

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    194 SPLENDOUR OF MILTOn's FAJSCB. M

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    196 MILTON AT CAMBRIDGE. Hebrew. He

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    198 IN FEANCE AND ITALY, straits to

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    200 APPOINTED LATIN SECRETARY. pros

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    202 " PARADISE lost" BEGUN. His bli

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    204 THE SALE OF "PARAOLSE LOST." ii

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    20 G LIST OP Milton's chief woeks.

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    208 MILTOX'S PORTRAITURE OF SATAN.

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    210 SAMSON AGONISTES. Samson Agonis

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    212 nAVENANT AND "WALL'En. POETS. S

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    214 THE "eikon basilike." at Oxford

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    216 MARVELL, SIDNEY, AND BOYLE. esp

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    218 PEPYS AND SOUTH. and are remark

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    220 AN EVEKJNG SCKNJi AT WUITEHALL.

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    222 DANGER OF well-dhessed vice, si

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    224 AMONG THE PUKITANS. were sliown

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    22G SPECIMEN OF " HUDIBRA.S." On ei

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    228 A Yii'ICKED MAN IMPRESSED. Buny

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    230 " THE riLcniM's tkogrkss." Linc

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    232 BAXTEE'rf EARLY LIF:^ CHAPTER I

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    234 THE TKIAL AND DEATH OF BAXTEE,

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    236 EARLY LIFE OF DF.YDEK. Brick an

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    238 " ABSALOM AND ACUITOPHEL." Mira

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    240 •' Alexander's feast " and "

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    242 SPECIMENS OP dryden's verse. Ee

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    244 AN EXILE AT AMSTERDAM. Locke at

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    2iG EOSCOMMON. DORSET, SEDLEY, POET

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    248 PROSE WRITERS Of THE FIFIH ERA.

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    250 PUOSE WRITEES OP THE FIFTH ERA.

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    252 PROSE WRITERS OF THE FIFTH ERA.

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    254 " THE NEWSLETTER." Discoverer s

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    256 THE PRESS-LIFE OF TO-DAY. from

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    L'OO ENCYCLOPiEDlAS AND MAGAZINES.

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    260 EARLY LIFE OF ADDISON. Birth an

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    202 THE TEAGEDY OF "CATO." or from

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    2G'i THACKERAY OX ADDISOM's STYLE.

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    26G EARLY Lli'E OF NEWTON. CHAPTER

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    2G8 Newton's English wokks. death;

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    270 Steele's letters to his "wife,

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    272 IMFIIOVIBENCE AND DEATH. of Com

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    274 Pope's verse. His early life. S

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    276 TBANSLATION OF HOMER. the five

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    278 " THE DUNCIAD." Pope for some y

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    280 SPECIMEN OF pope's VERSE, Pope'

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    282 EARLY LIFE OF SWIFT. A tragedy.

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    281 " THK TALE OF A TUB." black sha

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    286 A GRBY-HAIEED MADMAN. than love

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    288 SPECTMEN OF SWIFT'S rTiOSE, or

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    290 PARNELL, TICEELL, RAMSAY. Namhy

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    292 SHAFTESBUHY, BOLINGBROKE, BEEKE

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    2D4 A VIOLEIST COKTHAST. SEVENTH ER

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    296 DAILY LIFE OF GRUC STREET. scio

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    298 WAITING ON A BIANAGER. his gues

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    300 KEADIXG II< TUE SHOP. circle of

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    302 PUBLICATION OP " THE SEASONS."

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    304 " THK CASTLE OF INDOLENCE." in

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    306 RICHARDSON AT SCHOOL, Birth and

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    308 PUBLICATION OF "PAMELA." inspir

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    310 SPECIMEN OF EICHAEDSON's PKOSE.

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    S12 PUBLICATION OF "JOSEPH ANDREWS.

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    314 THE PLAY AND THE NOVEL. the sam

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    31 G Early life. Surgeon's mate. Co

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    318 AUTHORSHIP WITHOUT REST. tempt

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    320 SPECniEN OF SMOLLETT'S PROSE. t

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    8?2 A HERMIT AT CAMBRIT)GE, Hill. T

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    324 SPECIMEN OF gray's VERSE. Benea

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    326 Hume's "•' history of England

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    328 SPECIMKN OF IIUME's PROSE. DEAT

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    330 eobeetson's "iiistoey of Scotla

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    332 DEATH OP IlOBEPvTSON. tive than

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    334 BOYHOOD OF GOLDSMITH. A gentle

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    336 STKITGGLES FOK BREAD. tlirougli

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    338 GOLDSMITH AND JOHNSON. World. A

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    310 " THE DESERTED VILLAGE." tlie l

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    342 SPECIMEN OP goldsmith's prose.

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    344 SETS OUT FOE LONDON. dressed, u

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    346 " THE dictionary" and " RASSELA

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    348 " THE LIVES OF THE POETS." a ph

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    350 LETTER TO LOKD CHESTEEFIELD. My

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    352 POETS OF THE SEVENTH ERA. physi

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    354 THOMAS CHATTERTON. Thomas CnATT

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    35 G PROSE "WRITERS OF THE SEVENTH

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    358 POETKY A-HD PEOSE. EIGHTH ERA O

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    360 THE ESSENCE OF POETRY, an essen

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    362 VARIOUS SCHOOLS OF POETRY. are

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    3G4 EARLY LIFE OF GIBBON. Gibbon v/

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    366 A COLOSSAL WORK. most intimate

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    3G8 SPECIMEN OF GIBBOJS'S PROSE, di

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    370 HOW BURNS WAS TACTOnT. parish o

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    C

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    374 SPECIMEN OF BURNS'S VERSE. Such

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    37G OEATORY OF BUKKE. Register, whi

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    378 SPECIMEN OF BUEKE's PROSE. by t

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    380 STUDYING L.VAV -WITH TlIUhLOW.

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    382 FIRST APPEARANCE AS A POET. Whe

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    384 THK LAST SAD NOTE. A pension of

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    386 EARLY LIFE OF "RYKON. Parentage

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    388 FmST CANTOS OF " CHILDE HAROLD.

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    390 DEATH OF BYRON. " Corsair " lia

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    892 SPECIMEN 01-' BYIiON'S VEESE. T

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    39-i SEEIGNG FA?IK IN LONDON. near

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    336 CRABBli'a CllIKF THEBIE. Italia

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    898 SPECIMEN OP ceabbe's vekse. ; ;

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    400 TiIE r.EST-LOVED SCENE OF ALL.

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    402 LIFE AT ASHESTIEL. A cottage at

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    404 THE VISION OF A HAND. plantatio

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    406 THE CEASII OF 1826, faithful ol

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    408 THE LAST DAYS OF SCOTT. vvhicli

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    410 CnAEACTER OP SCOTT's WORKS. The

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    412 SPECIMEN OF Scott's piiose. in

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    414 CLASSIFICATION OF NAMBa. POETS.

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    41 G TANXAIITLL AND CAMPBELL. was a

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    418 WHITE AND SHELLEY. Italian poem

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    — — 420 HANNAH MORE AND SHERIDA

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    422 MACKINTOSn, LINGARD, M'CEIE. he

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    424 MACKENZIK, MISS BUENEY. — Sup

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    — — 420 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF K

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    428 JEFfKEY, LAMB, LANDOR. on Salis

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    430 EICAEDO, BROWN, DAVY, UEESCHEL,

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    432 TRAVELLERS AND TRANSLATORS. TRA

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    434 THE STANHOPE PRESS. NINTH ERA O

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    i?>C) IMPROVEMENT OF THE STEAM-MACH

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    438 THE praNTiNG of " the times." b

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    440 THE PKESS SUPERSEDED BY THE MAC

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    442 DKEAMS AT BRISTOL AND POEMS AT

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    d44 carlyle's roiixiiAiT of coLErao

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    446 SPECIMEN OF Coleridge's verse.

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    448 " THALABA, THE DrSTEOYEK." sell

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    450 " THE CURSE OF KEHAMA." display

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    462 SPECIMEN OF SOUTHEY's VERSE. An

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    454 THE LANGUAGE OF WORDSWORTH. the

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    456 WORDSWORTH SKTTLES BY THE LAKEM

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    458 woRDswonTii's minor woracs. •

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    4G0 SPECIMEN OF Wordsworth's vekse.

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    463 A.KTICLE ON " MILTON." obtained

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    4G4 macaulay's "history of englaxd.

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    4f)6 " THE LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME." l

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    4G8 EARLY LIFE OF KN0V/LE8. The mod

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    470 LATER LIFE OF KNOWLES. no mean

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    4:72 EAELY LITE OF TENNYSON. Tennys

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    i74 " THE PRINCESS." was crowned in

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    476 CHANGE OF LIFE-SCENE. " The Dan

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    478 SPECIMEN OF Tennyson's verse. v

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    480 EARLY LIFE OF DICKEXS. Two grea

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    482 EARLIER NOVELS OP DICKENS. pict

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    484 DICKEXS' PET CnAKACTEE. cheery

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    486 SPECIMEN OF dickens' PROSE. BLi

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    4:88 TnACKEHAY'fi EARLIER AVORKS. T

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    490 LATER NOVELS AND LECTURES. comm

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    492 THE LANGUAGE OF THACKERAY. bett

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    494 EARLY LIFE OF CARLYLE, Thinking

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    496 " THE FRENCH REVOLUTION." tlie

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    498 " HISTORY OF FREDERICK THE GREA

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    500 THOMAS ITOOD. POETS. Thomas Hoo

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    602 BROWJfING, AYTOtJN, BAILEY, DOB

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    — — — — 504 SUPrLEMENTARY L

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    606 HISTORIANS AND LIOGRAPHBRS. HIS

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    508 HISTORIANS AND BIOUEAPllERS. Dr

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    610 ESSAYISTS AND CRITICS. time the

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    — — — 612 NOVELISTS. t-\\'o w

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    514 NOVELISTS. and the Story of a F

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    516 NOVELISTS. dejiicting, in conne

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    — — 518 SCIENTIFIC WRITERS, —

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    520 SCIENTIFIC WKITERS. William Whe

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    522 THEOLOGIANS AND SCHOLARS. James

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    — — 524 THEOLOGIANS AND SCHOLAR

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    2f) TRAVELLERS AND GEOGRAPHERS. a T

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    528 TRAVELLERS AND GEOGRAPHERS. ten

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    530 AMERICAN LITERATURE. of The Dyi

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    532 AMERICAN LITEEATURE. George Tic

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    534 AMERICAN UTEEATUEE. slayer, are

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    — — — 536 AMERICAN LlTEPvATUR

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    538 AMERICAN LIlEUATtJKfi. metaphys

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    AOAMAPICH, reign of, 12. Altars and

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    A'BECKEpr, Gilbert Abbott, 505. Abe

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    Edgeworth, Mama, 425. Edwards, Jona

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    Macleod, Norman, CD., 525. Maclure,

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    Stirling-Maxwell, Sir William, 509.

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