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YOUNG, EDWARD, poet.... ENGLAND, 1684-1765 2 6 8 14 15 16 24 25

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ZSCHOKKE, JOHANN HEINRICH DANIEL, author... ..GERMANY, 1771-1848

MISCELLANEOUS AUTHORITIES CITED.

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FESSION OF SERVING-MEN....

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AN OFFERING TO LANCASHIRE.

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A PROPER NEW BALLAD IN PRAISE OF MY LADY MARQUES.

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A VETERAN OF SMOKEDOM.

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GESTA ROMANORUM. A collection of one hundred and eighty-one stories, first printed about 1473. The first English version appeared in 1824, translated by the Rev. C. Swan (Bohn's Standard Library).

44 HARLEIAN LIBRARY OR MISCELLANY A collection of rare pamphlets from the Library of Robert Harley, first Earl of Oxford, and now in the British Museum. 120 211

JOHAN THE HUSBANDE, TYB HIS WYFE, AND SYR JHAN THE PRIEST. 499

JOLLY ROBYN ROUGHHEAD (author unknown).

107 KORAN (AL KORAN; ARABIC). The sacred book of the Mohammedans. It was composed chiefly, if not wholly, by Mohammed, though claimed by believers to have been revealed by the Angel Gabriel.

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MERIE TALES OF THE MADMEN OF GOTTAM.

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CONCORDANCE TO QUOTATIONS.

NOTE. In this concordance are included quotations from English authors and the English translations of quotations from foreign languages. The italic letter refers to the place on the page where the quotation may be found. The eight authors quoted most frequently are indicated in the concordance by signs: Shakespeare *; Milton **; Wordsworth ; Byron ; Tennyson †; Lowell ++; Popè ‡; Longfellow §.

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