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Page 281 - An inquiry into the origin and early history of engraving upon copper and in wood, with an account of engravers and their works, from the invention of chalcography by Maso Finiguerra, to the time of Marc
Page 258 - Of all the works of imagination to which English genius has given origin, the writings of Henry Fielding are perhaps most decidedly and exclusively her own."— Sir Walter Scott.
Page 285 - PRIOR'S (JAMES) Memoir of the Life and Character of Edmund Burke, with Specimens of his Poetry and Letters, and an Estimate of his Genius and Talents compared with those of his great Contemporaries.
Page 272 - CLASSICAL DICTIONARY; Containing a copious Account of all the proper Names mentioned in Ancient Authors; with the Value of Coins, Weights, and Measures, used amongst the Greeks and Romans; and a Chronological Table. By T.
Page 290 - Shakespeare Restored, or a specimen of the many errors as well committed as unamended by Mr. Pope in his late edition of this poet, designed not only to correct the said edition but to restore the true reading of Shakespeare in all the editions ever yet publish'd.
Page 238 - A chronicle of the kings of England, from the time of the Romans government, unto the death of King James.
Page 258 - Manchester, who, with most singular patience, has traced our author through the hidden sources whence he borrowed most of his learning, and many of his more striking and peculiar expressions.
Page 259 - NARRATIVE of a JOURNEY into KHORASAN; including some account of the Countries to the north-east of Persia ; with Remarks upon the National Character, Government, and Resources of that Kingdom.