An apology for the study of northern antiquities eBook

Elizabeth Elstob
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THE AUGUSTAN REPRINT SOCIETY

General Editors

R.C.  BOYS
University of Michigan

RALPH COHEN
University of California, Los Angeles

VINTON A. DEARING
University of California, Los Angeles

LAWRENCE CLARK POWELL
Wm. Andrews Clark Memorial Library

Corresponding Secretary: 
Mrs. EDNA C. DAVIS, Wm. Andrews Clark Memorial Library

THE SOCIETY exists to make available inexpensive reprints (usually facsimile reproductions) of rare seventeenth and eighteenth century works.  The editorial policy of the Society remains unchanged.  As in the past, the editors welcome suggestions concerning publications.  All income of the Society it devoted to defraying cost of publication and mailing.

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Publications for the eleventh year [1956-57]

(At least six items, most of them from the following list, will be reprinted.)

An Essay on the New Species of Writing Founded by Mr. Fielding (1751). 
  Introduction by James A. Work.

Elizabeth Elstob, An Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities
  (1715).  Introduction by Charles Peake.

G. W. Magazine, or Animadversions on the English Spelling (1703).

Anon., The Needful Attempt, to make Language and Divinity Plain and
  Easie
(1711).  Introduction by David Abercrombie.

Prefaces to Fiction. Selected, with an introduction, by Claude E.
  Jones.

Samuel Johnson. Notes to Shakespeare, Vol.  II, Histories. Edited by
  Arthur Sherbo. (A double issue)

Parodies of Ballad Criticism. Selected, with an introduction, by
  William K. Winsatt, Jr.

Two Funeral Sermons. Selected, with an introduction, by Frank L.
  Huntley.

Richard Savage, An Author to be Let (1732).  Introduction by James
  Sutherland.

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PUBLICATIONS OF THE AUGUSTAN REPRINT SOCIETY

First Year (1946-1947)

Numbers 1-6 out of print.

Second Year (1947-1948)

 7.  John Gay’s The Present State of Wit (1711); and a section on Wit
    from The English Theophrastus (1702).

 8.  Rapin’s De Carmine Pastorali, translated by Creech (1684).

 9.  T. Hanmer’s (?) Some Remarks on the Tragedy of Hamlet (1736).

10.  Corbyn Morris’ Essay towards Fixing the True Standards of Wit,
    etc.
(1744).

11.  Thomas Purney’s Discourse on the Pastoral (1717).

12.  Essays on the Stage, selected, with an Introduction by Joseph
    Wood Krutch.

Third Year (1948-1949)

13.  Sir John Falstaff (pseud.), The Theatre (1720).

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