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cumulating into a vast, though yet indigested, mass: while every fresh volume draws forth and embodies a store of fugitive notices, which might otherwise have perished. If there are those who yet consider these things as either dull or trifling, time and occasion will shew their value.

Oct. 23, 1815.


THE Forest of Fancy is assigned by Ritson to HENRY CHETTLE.

Since the article of MAXWELL's Life and Death of Prince Henry was printed off, it is found to have been fully noticed by Mr. HASLEWOOD in the concluding number of the British Bibliographer. One apology may serve for this and other oversights. Humanum est errare!

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