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BOHN'S STANDARD LIBRARY.
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2. SCHILLER'S WORKS. Vol. II. [Conclusion of "The Revolt of the Netherlands;"
**ATLAS, of 26 fine large Maps and Plans of Marlborough's Campaigns, (being all those
THE present edition of Addison's Works was announc to contain in four volumes of "Bohn's British Classics" whole of what had been given in the six volumes edited Bishop Hurd. And this would have been strictly performbut it was found, unexpectedly, after the first volume h been issued, that so large a number of Addison's letters mained unpublished, as would render it advisable to tend the present edition, for the purpose of including the Bishop Hurd had not given any of Addison's letters, neith had his precursor, Tickell, upon whom the duty, as Addison literary executor, originally devolved. Miss Aikin, in H Memoir, had so far remedied this deficiency, by printi whatever letters she could meet with, (many of them fr draughts or copies in the possession of a descendant of M Tickell,) that any further publication or research at fi seemed supererogatory; a diligent inquiry however, induc by circumstances, soon led to a different conclusion. By t help of literary friends, and his own appliances, the publish has succeeded in obtaining such an amount of unpublish letters, (including the originals of some of those hither printed from copies,) that he feels it incumbent on him include the whole in an additional volume. The public w therefore, for the first time, after the lapse of nearly a ce tury and a half, have an edition of Addison's Works in a cordance, as it should seem, with the author's own intention
But notwithstanding what has been collected, it is mo than probable that there are still many unpublished lette in the possession of collectors: for the loan or for transcrip of any of these, the publisher would be very thankful.
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