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Page v. line 127 Tead Mr. Steevens and other friends.
dele the laft of the race.
as to exercise the understanding. P. 60. 1. 22. r. to rate his own, &c. P. 77. 1. 13. add, and by Dryden, in Mac Flecnoe, it has
once been imitated. Ib. I. 17. r. Of this filence and neglect. P. 82. 1. 13. add, he offends by exaggeration as much as by
diminution. P. 91.1. 14. add, Jonson and Donne, as Dr. Hurd re
marks, were then in the highest esteem.
Ir 1 2
P. 130. 1. 12. add,
Me tenet urbs refluâ quam Thamelis alluit undâ,
Meque nec invitum patria dulcis habet.
Lætus et exilii conditione fruor. P. 131. 1. 4. add, And it may be conjectured from the wit
lingness with which he has perpetuated the memory of his exile, that its cause was such as gave him no thame.
... .. P. 143. f. 25.r. Physiological learning. P. 160. 1. 25. after says, add, aš Ker, and I think some
' one before him, has remarked. P. 162. 1. 3. add, from which, "köwever, he was dismissed,
not with any mark of contempt, but with a train of
attendance scarce less than regal. P. 163. 1. 23. r. office of Latin secretary: P. 167. 1. 1. r. fubfifts only in your abilities. P. 168. l. ult. r, to have resumed three great works which
he had planned. P. 169. 1. 14. r. use of these collections. P. 170. 1. 8. r. as he hints in his verfes,&c. P. 178. 1. 19. r, now about to be restored. P. 199. 1. g. add, In the history of Paradise Lost, a de
duction thús minute will rather gratify than fatigue. P. 200. 1.
The call for books. Ib. 1. 16. r. a closet of knowledge. P.211. r. fed without excefsin quantity, and in his earlier
years without delicacy of choice. P. 255. 1. 7. add, None ever wished it longer than it is.. P. 268. 7, therefore we reverence that vigour, &c.