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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 45 pages of information about 'Of Genius', in The Occasional Paper, and Preface to The Creation.

Sir,

Your Most Humble
and Obedient Servant,

A. HILL

THE AUGUSTAN REPRINT SOCIETY

ANNOUNCES ITS

Publications for the Third Year(1948-1949)

At least two items will be printed from each of the
three following groups: 

Series IV:  Men, Manners, and Critics

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

Aaron Hill, Preface to The Creation; and Thomas
Brereton, Preface to Esther.

Ned Ward, Selected Tracts.

Series V:  Drama

Edward Moore, The Gamester (1753).

Nevil Payne, Fatal Jealousy (1673).

Mrs. Centlivre, The Busie Body (1709).

Charles Macklin, Man of the World (1781).

Series VI:  Poetry and Language

John Oldmixon, Reflections on Dr. Swift’s Letter to
Harley
(1712); and
Arthur Mainwaring, The British Academy (1712).

Pierre Nicole, De Epigrammate.

Andre Dacier, Essay on Lyric Poetry.

Issues will appear, as usual, in May, July, September, November, January, and March.  In spite of rising costs, membership fees will be kept at the present annual rate of $2.50 in the United States and Canada; $2.75 in Great Britain and the continent.  British and continental subscriptions should be sent to B.H.  Blackwell, Broad Street, Oxford, England.  American and Canadian subscriptions may be sent to any one of the General Editors.

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the third year

the second and third
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FROM

ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE

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