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CHAPTER IV.

1798—1800.

Death of his Father's Second Wife.—Letter to his Wife.

Sermons.- Letters to his Wife and Mr. Price.—Literary

Journal for 1798, 1799.—Letters to Mr. Price and his

Sister

. 117

CHAPTER V.

1800-1804.

Mr. Cary is presented to the Vicarage of Kingsbury.—Letter to

his Sister—and to his Wife.—Removes to Kingsbury.—Letter

to his Sister.-- Literary Journal for 1800.--Account of the

most Eminent Restorers of Greek Literature.—Letters to

his Sister and Mr. Price.—Birth of a Daughter.—Domestic

Troubles.-Letters to his Wife.—To Mr. Price.--Literary

Journal for 1801.–Studies interrupted by illness.--Letters

to his Sister.—To his Wife.— Increase of his Family 150

CHAPTER VII.

1813-1815.

Mr. Cary resigns the readership of Berkeley Chapel.— Version

of Dante completed and published.—Letters to Mr. and

Mrs. Price.—Literary Journal for 1813.—Letter to Mr.

Price.-His Dante little noticed. His means ; education

of his children.— Translation from Pignotti of the Friar-

Ass.—Takes the curacy of Chiswick.—Letters to Mr. Price

and Mr. Birch.—Literary Journal for 1814 and 1815 277

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