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1883 (in Hebrew), 1888, and 1890." For IskanNOTES :-Beaconsfield Bibliography, 361 -- John Gilpin, der,' see 1870, 1881, 1888, 1890 (in Greek), and 363—The Sbakspeare Monument, 364—“The stump of Dagon"-How Topography is Written, 365— Euphues'
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Alroy.' With respect to the title of the present poem, Notes. "The Rise of Iskander' begins on p. 113, stantive, and as such is admitted into the classical dicand finishes on p. 324. In the B.M. copy, pp. 289. tionary of our language." 305 of vol. ii. are placed, by a binder's error, after Pp. v-viii give the contents of the First Book, p. 288 of vol. iii. ; while pp. 289-324 of vol. iii. p. vii being misnumbered "iii.” After p. 90 is an upnumbered leaf in the form of a half-title, and in three volumes...... London: Henry Colburn, publisher, bearing the words :
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Tragedy: a very hopeless labour, all will assure But sbrouds a manly and a daring brow."
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