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Garden, Bookseller to the Royal Academy,
C Ο Ν
Τ Ε Ν Τ S
SE C O N D VOL U M E.
RIGIN and Importance of small Tracts and
Page Plan of an English Dictionary: In a Letter to the Earl of Chesterfield, 1748,
30 Preface to the Folio Edition of Dr. Johnson's Dictionary
55 Proposals for printing the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare
87 Preface to Shakespeare, published 1765
95 Preliminary Discourse to the London Chronicle,
153 Introduction to Proceedings of the Cominittee to
manage Contributions for cloathing French Prisoners,
158 Thoughts on Agriculture, Ancient and Modern 161 Introduction to the World Displayed
168 Dissertation on Pope's Epitaphs
192 Life of Boerhaave
208 Character of Mr. William Collins
237 Letter to a Bishop on Lectures, by T. F.
240 Critical Reflections on the Old English Dramatick
Writers: By the Author of the Jealous
262 Prologue spoken by Mr. Garrick at the Opening of
the Theatre in Drury-Lane, 1747 – 291 to Irene
Translation: A Poem : By the Rev. Dr. Francklin
A THIRD VOLUME OF
IS IN THE PRESS,
Α Ν D
WILL BE PUBLISHED VERY SPEEDILY.
Title alone is fufficient to explain it; and though several Collections have been formerly attempted upon Plans, as to the Method, very little, but, as to the Capacity and Execution, very different from ours; we, being possessed of the greatest Variety for such a Work, hope for a more general Reception than those confined Schemes had the Fortune to meet with; and therefore, think it not wholly unnecessary to explain our Intentions, to display the Treasure of Materials out of which this Miscellany is to be compiled, and to exhibit à general Idea of the Pieces which we intend to insert in it.
There is, perhaps, no Nation in which it is so necessary, as in our own, to assemble, from time VOL. II.