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ΤΗΣ ΦΥΣΕΩΣ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΥΣ ΗΝ, ΤΟΝ ΚΑΛΑΜΟΝ ΑΠΟΒΡΕΧΩΝ ΕΙΣ ΝΟΥΝ.
Vet. Auct. apud Suidam.
Time, which is continually washing away the dissoluble Fabricks of other Poets, passes without Injury by the Adamant of SHAKSPEARE.
MULTA DIES, VARIUSQUE LABOR MUTABILIS ÆVI
Dr. Johnson's Preface.
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Ancient Translations from Classick Authors -
List of ancient Editions of Shakspeare's Poems 152
List of detached Pieces of Criticism on Shak-
speare, his Editors, &c.
Malone's Essay on Ford's Pamphlet, &c.
Steevens's Remarks on it