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PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR,
IN my endeavours to continue this Collection of
It might, perhaps, have been prudent, not to
To many other excellent Correspondents my warmest thanks are gratefully offered. At the head of these must again appear my steady and most accurate Friend Mr. BINDLEY — and it would be unjust were I not to particularize Dr. VINCENT, the very Reverend and learned Dean of Westminster; the Rev. EDWARD BALME ; the Rev. William BELOE ; EDWARD BROOKE, Esq. ; James Brown, Sir EGERTON BRYDGES, K. J. and M.P.; ALEXANDER CHALMERS, Esq.; the Rev. Ralph CHURTON, Archdeacon of St. David's; Sir Thomas Gery CulLUM, Bart.; EDWARD-JEREMIAH Curteis, Esq.; the Rev.T.F. DIBDIN; I. D’Israeli, Esq.; James DowLAND, Esq. ; Mr. George DYER ; HENRY ELLIS, Esq.; Mr. WILLIAM HARRIS; JOSEPH HASLEWOOD,
Mr. JOSEPH HUNTER; THOMAS JOHNEs, Esq. M. P. ; the Rev. EDWARD JONES; Mr. Stephen JONES; the Rev. WILLIAM LAYTON; J. H. MarkLAND, Esq.; the Rev. Thomas Martyn, Professor of Botany at Cambridge; JOSEPH MOSER, Esq. ; Mr. John NOORTHOUCK; Mr. James Nunn; WilLIAM STEVENSON, Esq.; JAMES-WALLIS STREET, Esq. (the present Upper Warden of the Stationers' Com, pany); the Rev. Robert Watts; the Rev. STEPHEN WESTON; JOHN EARDLEY-WILMOT, Esq. ; Mr. WALTER WILSON; the Rev. FRANCIS WRANGHAM *; and a learned Correspondent who signs D. A. Y.
Several other Gentlemen also, whose names I am not at liberty to mention, have favoured me with material elucidations of the former Volumes. April 23, 1814.
* Whose accurate notes, with some others, received too late for the present Volume, will be duly incorporated in the next.