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moirs,” “Richardson's Correspondence," the curious "Trial of Captain Goodere," and the “ Pleader's Guide.” I even fear that the choicest morsels of my book, the delicious specimens of Cowley's prose, may come under the same category. Ah! I wish I were as sure of my original matter as I am of my selections.
It is right to say that a few of these papers (like the first volume of my earliest prose work “Our Village”) have appeared in an obscure journal.
SWALLOWFIELD, NEAR READING,