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EDITED BY

GEORGE RICE CARPENTER, A.B.,
Professor of Rhetoric and English Composition in Columbia College.

This series is designed for use in secondary schools in accordance with the system of study recommended and outlined by the National Committee of Ten, and in direct preparation for the uniform entrance requirements in English, now adopted by the principal American colleges and universities.

Each volume contains full Notes, Introductions, Bibliographies, and other explanatory and illustrative matter. Crown 8vo, cloth.

Books Prescribed for the 1897 Examinations. FOR READING. SHAKSPERE's As You LIKE IT. With an introduction by BARRETT

WENDELL, A.B., Assistant Professor of English in Harvard University, and notes by William LYON PHELPs, Ph.D., Instructor in

English Literature in Yale University. DEFOE'S HISTORY OF THE PLAGUE IN LONDON. Edited, with intro

duction and notes, by Professor G. R. CARPENTER, of Columbia

College. With Portrait of Defoe. IRVING's TALES OF A TRAVELLER. With an introduction by BRANDER

MATTHEWS, Professor of Literature in Columbia College, and explanatory notes by the general editor of the series. With Portrait of

Irving. GEORGE Eliot's SILAS MARNER. Edited, with introduction and notes,

by Robert HERRICK, A.B., Assistant Professor of Rhetoric in the University of Chicago. With Portrait of George Eliot.

FOR STUDY.

SHAKSPERE'S MERCHANT OF VENICE, Edited, with introduction and

notes, by FRANCIS B. GUMMERE, Ph.D., Professor of English in

Haverford College. With Portrait of Shakspere. BURKE's SPEECH ON CONCILIATION WITH AMERICA. Edited, with

introduction and notes, by ALBERT S. Cook, Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor of the English Language and Literature in Yale University.

With Portrait of Burke. Scott's MARMION. Edited, with introduction and notes, by ROBERT

MORSS LOVETT, A.B., Assistant Professor of English in the

University of Chicago. With Portrait of Sir Walter Scott. MACAULAY'S LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON. Edited, with introduction

and notes, by the Rev. HUBER GRAY BUEHLER, of the Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn. With Portrait of Johnson.

Books Prescribed for the 1898 Examinations.

FOR READING.

MILTON'S PARADISE Lost. Books I. AND II. Edited, with introduc

tion and notes, by EDWARD EVERETT HALE, Jr., Ph.D., Professor

of Rhetoric and Logic in Union College. With Portrait of Milton. Pope's Homer's ILIAD. Books I., VI., XXII., AND XXIV. Edited,

with introduction and notes, by WILLIAM H. MAXWELL, A.M., Superintendent of Public Instruction, Brooklyn, N.Y., and PERCIVAL CHUBB, of the Manual Training High School, Brooklyn. With

Portrait of Pope. THE SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY PAPERS, from “The Spectator."

Edited, with introduction and notes, by D. O. S. LOWELL, A.M., English Master in the Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. With

Portrait of Addison. GOLDSMITH'S THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD. Edited, with introduction

and notes, by Mary A. JORDAN, A.M., Professor of Rhetoric and

Old English in Smith College. With Portrait of Goldsmith. COLERIDGE'S THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER. Edited, with

introduction and notes, by HERBERT BATES, A.B., Instructor in

English in the University of Nebraska. With Portrait of Coleridge. SOUTHEY'S LIFE OF NELSON. Edited, with introduction and notes, by

EDWIN L. MILLER, A.M., of the Englewood High School, Illinois.

With Portrait of Nelson. CARLYLE'S ESSAY ON BURNS. Edited, with introduction and notes, by

Wilson FARRAND, A.M., Associate Principal of the Newark Academy, Newark, N. J. With Portrait of Burns.

FOR STUDY.

SHAKSPERE'S MACBETH. Edited, with introduction and notes, by

JOHN MATTHEWS MANLY, Ph.D., Professor of the English Language

in Brown University. With Portrait of Shakspere. BURKE'S SPEECH ON CONCILIATION WITH AMERICA. Edited, with

introduction and notes, by ALBERT S. Cook, Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor of the English Language and Literature in Yale University.

With Portrait of Burke. DE QUINCEY'S FLIGHT OF A TARTAR TRIBE. Edited, with introduc

tion and notes, by CHARLES SEARS BALDWIN, Ph.D., Instructor in

Rhetoric in Yale University. With Portrait of De Quincey. TENNYSON'S THE PRINCESS. Edited, with introduction and notes, by

GEORGE EDWARD WOODBERRY, A.B., Professor of Literature in
Columbia College. With Portrait of Tennyson.
See list of the series at end of volume for books prescribed for

1899 and 1900.

LONGMANS' ENGLISH CLASSICS

EDITED BY

GEORGE RICE CARPENTER, A.B.

PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND ENGLISH COMPOSITION IN COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

LORD TENNYSON

THE PRINCESS

LONGMANS' ENGLISH CLASSICS

With full Notes, Introductions, Bibliographies, and other Explanatory and

Illustrative Matter. Crown 8vo. Cloth.

SHAKSPERE'S MERCHANT OF VENICE,

Edited by Francis B. Gummere, Ph.D. Professor of English in Haverford

College. SAAKSPERE'S As You LIKE IT. With

an Introduction by Barrett Wendell, A.B., Assistant Professor of English in Harvard University, and Notes by William Lyon Phelps, Ph.D., Instructor in English Literature in Yale

University. SHAKSPERE'S A MIDSUMMER Night's

DREAM. Edited by George Pierce Baker, A. B., Assistant Professor of

English in Harvard University. SHAKSPERE'S MACBETH. Edited by

John Matthews Manly, Ph.D., Professor of the English Language in

Brown University.
MILTON'S L'ALLEGRO, IL PENSE ROSO,

Comus, AND LYCIDAS. Edited by
William P. Trent, A.M., Professor of

English in the University of the South. MILTON'S PARADISE Lost. BOOKS I.

AND II. Edited by Edward Everett
Hale, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of Rhetoric

and Logic in Union College. POPE'S HOMER'S ILIAD. Books I., VI., XXII., AND XXIV.

Edited by William H. Maxwell, A.M., Ph.D., Superintendent of Public Instruction, Brooklyn, N. Y., and Percival Chubb, Instructor in English, Manual Training

High School, Brooklyn. DEFOE'S HISTORY OF THE PLAGUE IN

LONDON. Edited by Professor G. R.

Carpenter, of Columbia College. THE SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY PAPERS,

from “The Spectator." Edited by D.O.S. Lowell, A.M., of the Roxbury

Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. GOLDSMITH'S THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD.

Edited by Mary A. Jordan, A.M.,
Professor of Rhetoric and Old English

in Smith College. BURKE'S SPEECH ON CONCILIATION WITH

AMERICA. Edited by Albert S. Cook,
Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor of the Eng.
lish Language and Literature in Yale
University.

Scott's WOODSTOCK. Edited by Bliss

Perry, A.M., Professor of Oratory and Esthetic Criticism in Princeton

College. Scott's MARMION. Edited by Robert

Morss Lovett, A.B., Assistant Professor of English in the University of

Chicago. MACAULAY'S ESSAY ON MILTON. Edited

by James Greenleaf Croswell, A.B., Head-master of the Brearley School, New York, formerly Assistant Pro

fessor of Greek in Harvard University. MACAULAY'S LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON.

Edited by the Rev. Huber Gray
Buehler, of the Hotchkiss School,

Lakeville, Conn.
IRVING'S TALES OF A TRAVELLER. With

an Introduction by Brander Matthews, Professor of Literature in Columbia College, and Explanatory Notes by the

general editor of the series. WEBSTER'S FIRST BUNKER HILL ORA

TION, together with other Addresses
relating to the Revolution. Edited by
Fred Newton Scott, Ph.D., Junior
Professor of Rhetoric in the University

of Michigan. COLERIDGE'S THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT

MARINER, Edited by Herbert Bates,
A.B., formerly Instructor in English

in the University of Nebraska. SOUTHEY'S LIFE OF NELSON. Edited by

Edwin L. Miller, A.M., of the Engle

wood High School, Illinois. CARLYLE's EssAY ON BUBNS. Edited by Wilson Farrand, A.M., Associate Principal of_the Newark Academy, Newark, N. J. DE QUINCEY'S FLIGHT OF A TARTAR

TRIBE (REVOLT OF THE TARTARS).
Edited by Charles Sears Baldwin,
Ph.D., Instructor in Rhetoric in Yale

University.
TENNYSON'S THE PRINCESS. Edited by

George Edward Woodberry, A.B.,
Professor of Literature in Columbia

College.
GEORGE ELIOT's SILAS MARNER. Edited

by Robert Herrick, A.B., Assistant Professor of Rhetoric in the University of Chicago.

Other Volumes are in Preparation.

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