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CHRISTIAN MORALS.

2. 1716. 12mo. Cambridge, Crownfield (Univ. Press).

Title,“ Christian Morals: by Sir Thomas Brown, of Norwich, M.D., and Author of Religio Medici. Published from the original and correct Manuscript of the Author ; by John Jeffery, D.D., Arch-Deacon of Norwich.” Contains a Dedication from Mrs. Littelton, Browne's daughter, to her relative the Earl of Buchan, and a Preface by Archdeacon Jeffery; with a few short Notes by the Author. (British Museum.) II. 1756. Small 8vo. London, Payne.

Title, Christian Morals: by Sir Thomas Browne, of Norwich, M.D., and Author of Religio Medici : The second Edition, with a Life of the Author, by Samuel Johnson ; and explanatory Notes.” The Life by Johnson has been frequently republished ; the Notes are short and useful, chiefly explanatory of the Author's strange words ; they are generally quoted as if written by Johnson, but they are not attributed to him in the title-page of this edition, nor of the following, nor in any Preface. (Coll. of Phys., London.) 2. 1761. Small 8v10. London, Stuart.

Title, True, Christian Morals : by Sir Thomas Brownc, M.D., Author of Religio Medici, &c. with his Life written by the celebrated Author of the Rambler; and explanatory Notes. The third Edition." A new title-page prefixed to the unsold copies of II. (Wilkin.)

Y. 1765. Small 8vo. London.

The existence of this second reprint title-page is given on the authority of Gardiner.

T. 1835. 8vo. London, Pickering.

A reprint of II in the fourth volume of Wilkin's edition of Browne's Works, with some additional Notes, “ together with some various readings from MSS. in the British Museum.” It is called the third Edition. (British Museum.)

1'. 1844. 8vo. London, Longman.

A careful reprint of E, edited by John Peace, with a useful Table of Contents, and a copious Index of unusual words : appended to the Religio Medici. (British Muscum.)

$. 1845. 8vo. London, Washbourne.

This edition is mentioned on the authority of Gardiner.

W. 1845. Small 8vo. London, Pickering.

Appended by Gardiner to his edition of the Religio Medici; with Notes partly original, and partly taken from II. It is called the sixth Edition. (British Museum.)

1848. 16mo. Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard.

In a volume containing also the Religio Medici. (Mentioned on the authority of Mr. Fields.)

X. 1852. Small 8vo. London, H. G. Bohn.

In the third volume of Bohn's reprint of Wilkin's edition of Browne's Works ;-called “the fourth Edition," which is certainly wrong. (British Museum.)

1862. Small 8vo. Boston (U.S.), Ticknor and Fields.

Appended by J. T. Fields to his edition of the Religio Medici; it is apparently taken from Gardiner's edition (w). Y. 1862. Small 8vo. Boston (U.S.), Ticknor and Fields.

A reprint of the preceding, called the “second Edition." (Editor.) V. 1863. 8vo. London, Rivingtons.

Title, “ Christian Morals, by Sir Thomas Browne, Kt., M.D.” A neat reprint, apparently of II, with a fac-simile of the title-page of that edition, and a portrait of the Author. (British Museum.)

APPENDIX No. V.

COLLATIONS OF SOME OLD EDITIONS OF

THE “RELIGIO MEDICI.”

The following is a list of the variations that have been noticed in the two unauthorized editions, published in 1642 (called respectively A and B) :

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The Errata in ed. 1643 (C) are so important, and have
been so often overlooked, in consequence of the leaf
containing them being frequently missing,) that they are.
here reprinted :-

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