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NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS
JOSEPH WARTON, D.D.
A NEW EDITION,
COMPLETE IN NINE VOLUMES.
PRINTED BY J. F. DOVE, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE;
FOR RICHARD PRIESTLEY, HIGH HOLBORN.
1. After a fit of sickness. Of the tragedy of Gorboduc.
The Author's progress in translating Homer's
XI. Character of the Digby Family
XII. Lord Bathurst's Wood; the camp in Hyde-Park;
the Bishop of Rochester's conversation
XIII. A Winter-invitation to a fire-side
XIV. From Mr. Digby. A Letter of friendship: The
disadvantages of an ill constitution. Consola-
- life in the country preferred to that in the town 61
XV. On the same subject
XVI. + On Lord B *'s improvements
XVII. On the season of Christmas: Customs of hospita-
lity: Charity and good works, where they are
XVIII. To the Hon. Edward Digby, on his brother's death 70
VIII. From the Lord Chancellor Harcourt, on the epitaph
XII. From the Bishop. On a character drawn by the