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Early English Poets.

SIR JOHN DAVIES.

PRINTED BY ROBERT ROBERTS,

BOSTON.

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London:
CHATTO AND WINDUS, PICCADILLY.

1876.

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A very few 'slips' have met my eyes on a final reading. They are—as says an ancient Divine—"as easily corrected as espied.” Nevertheless they are here recorded that the Reader of his charity may put them right, and any others that may have escaped Editor and Printer. In Nosce Teipsum, the heading and head-line (Vol.I., pp. 25, 26 onward) has ‘Immortalitie' misprinted Immortalite'-a common contemporary spelling—but it is tie' in the title-page (p. 5): ib. p. 80, l. 15, read .be best.' In Hymnes to Astræa, ib. p. 147, 1. 3, remove period (.) after 'rayes.' In Orchestra, ib. p. 181, st. 53, 1. 7, read perfect-cunning': p. 185, foot-note 7, put G. at end : p. 192, st. 81, 1.7, ‘Ply' =entwine (omitted) : p. 194, foot-note 7, it is 'coach,' not couch': p. 202, l. 10,' shoe' was the contemporary spelling : p. 204, st. 113, 1. 6, insert it before · shine.'-G.

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of love? (for which ‘love of labour' has been necessary) on this Worthy may meet your continued approval,

I am, Sir,
With high regard and gratitude,

Yours faithfully and truly,
ALEXANDER B. GROSART.

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