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CRITICISM ON PARADISE LOST
JOHN BRADSHAW, M.A., LL.D.
EDITOR OF THE POETICAL WORKS OF GRAY,
CHESTERFIELD'S LETTERS, AND AN ENGLISH ANTHOLOGY
IN Two VOLUMES
GEORGE BELL & SONS, YORK ST., COVENT GARDEN
AND NEW YORK
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
IN MEMORY OF
CLASS OF 1915
may 3, 1926
CHISWICK PRESS :-C WHITTINGHAM AND CO., TOOKS COURT,
· CHANCERY LANE.
The following pages contain an account of the Milton Window in St. Margaret's Church, and two or three other matters connected with Milton which have not appeared in any account of his life or works.
I here desire to thank Dr. Garnett and Messrs. Wilson and Anderson, of the British Museum, for their kindly help; and the Rev. P. W. Phipps, Rector of Chalfont St. Giles, for his attention on my visit to the Milton Cottage.
The Milton Window, St. Margaret's Church,
Westminster. In the “Life of Milton "prefixed to Vol. I. allusion is made to the Milton Window in St. Margaret's Church, Westminster; a fuller account would have been out of place in the “Life,” but it is fitting that this noble monument should be better known, and a description of it recorded in an edition of the Poet's works. Full details of this and the other gifts which Mr. George W. Childs, of Philadelphia, has “in a spirit of international brotherhood, as a representative American, presented to England and the English people,” will be found in “The