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LONDON: PRINTED FOR J. MURRAY, ALBEMARLE-STREET,
By T. Davison, Whitefrims.
The reader of LARA may probably regard it as a sequel to a poem that recently appeared: whether the cast of the hero's character, the turn of his adventures, and the general outline and colouring of the story, may not encourage such a supposition, shall be left to his determination. To his
conjecture is also referred the name of the writer,
the knowledge of which would be of no service in assisting his decision on the failure or success of the attempt.
The Poem of JACQUELINE is the production of a different author, and is added at the request of the writer of the former tale, whose wish and entreaty it was that it should occupy the first pages of the following volume; and he regrets that the tenacious courtesy of his friend would not permit him to place it where the judgment of the reader, concurring with his own, will suggest its more appropriate station.