Some Account of the Life of Mr. William Shakespear (1709) eBook

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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.

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