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be unfit for the pages of our publication, yet an Ode to Salt-hill, or a Dissertation on Strawberries, would be by no means unacceptable.
« From you, Mr. David ap Rice, I expect at least three · Legends of Snowdon, Lines to Welch Nymphs, and Élegies for Welch Heroes, without number.
“To you, Mr. Jermyn, I could give a long lecture, but that you would laugh in my face in the middle of it. Do not employ your thoughts on the St. Leger, but on the Miscellany; and be more anxious about hard writing than hard riding. If you must bet, be sure to lay odds on Bouverie.
“ This, then, is the plan which I have sketched out, and which, if I am spared, it will be my earnest endeavour to execute. Looking forward to the winter as the probable termination of my existence, I hope again to appear in print on the Eighth day of October; from that time to proceed as heretofore.
“ Although the vacation does to my limbs as Medea did to those of her brother,
yet, in whatever parts of the globe I may be discovered, I hope that all parts of me will be found exerting themselves in unanimous industry and indefatigable perseverance."
“ THE ETON MISCELLANY,”
JAMES WILLIAM ColvilE.
FRANCIS HASTINGS DOYLE.
JAMES MILNES GASKELL.
WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE.
ARTHUR HENRY HALLAM.
by Bouverie, 141, 142 The Battle of the Boyne, 136 The Bride of the Lake, 215
WILLIAM EDWARD JELF.
John HALSEY LAW.
PERCIVAL ANDREE PICKERING.
GEORGE AUGUSTUS SELwyn.
Louis HENRY SHADWELL.
The names of the Authors of the remaining Articles will not be
divulged, at least, at present.