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4 vols. 8vo and Supplement.
2. Criticisms on Art. By Wu. Hazlitt. London. 1844.
1. A Short View of Tragedy ; its original excellency and corruption :
with some reflections on Shakespeare and other Practitioners
for the Stage. RYMER. 1693.
2. Tho Ground of Criticism in Tragedy. DRYDEN. 1679.
3. Enquiry into the Learning of Shakespeare. P. WHALLEY. 1748.
4. Letters on the Writings and Genius of Shakespeare. J. DENNIS.
2. Survey of Human Progress. By N. ARNOTT. London. 1861.
7. Les Frères d l Academie. Paris.
1. Commentaries, Critical, Philological and Geographical, in Sundry
Newspapers. By the learned Provost and FACULTY of
the University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia : Decem-
ber, January and February, 1873.
2. A “ So-Called Latin Letter,” stamped with the Cabalistic or
Hieroglyphic initials N. Q. R., and long supposed to be the
production of an ancient Brahmin, but discovered recently
by a learned Graduate of the University of Pennsylvania,
after much profound research, to be the work of a spiteful
and libellous Savage of the Bog species. New York: 1871.
3. An Essay on the Art of Growing Rich by DEGREES, as practised
in the middle of the Nineteenth Century among the people
called Quakers, with some Digressions on Natural History,
Equipments, Gunnery, Materia Medica, etc., etc. Man-