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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF AUTHORS QUOTED,

WITE DATES OF BIRTH AND DEATH AS NEAR AS THEY CAN BE ASCER

TAINED.
An * asterisk prefired to either date denotes uncertainty.

An explanation is introduced of such abridgments as seem to require it.

Where the titles are distinctly quoted they are not repeated here.

ADDISON, Joseph, born 1672, died 1719. Camp. Campaign, a Poem.
AKENSIDE, Mark, 1721-1770. Pl. Im. Pleasures of Imagination.
ALEYX, Charles, 1600—1640. H. VII. Henry VII.
AEBUTHNOT, Dr. John, 1675—1735.
ARMSTRONG, Dr. John, 17094-1779. A. P. H. Art of Preserving Ileallh.
BAILEY, Philip James, 1816, living. Fest. Festus.
BAILLIE, Joanna, 1764 1851. D. M. De Montfort, a T'ragedy.-

Ethw. Ethwald, Tragedy.
BALFE, Michael William, 1808–1870.
BARBAULD, Anna Letitia, 1743–1824.
BARHAM, Richard, (pseud. Thomas Ingoldsby), 1788–1815. Ingold.

Ingoldsby Legends. BARLOW, Joel, (American), 1755—1812. Col. The Columbiad, a Poem. BARNARD, Lady Anne, 1750—1825. 1. R. G. Auld Robin Gray. BARON, Robert, *1630–1680. BARRETT, Elizabeth (Mrs. Browning), 1805–1861. BABTON, Bernard, 1784-1849. BASTARD, Thomas, *1560-1618. BAYLY, Thomas Haynes, 1797–1839. BEATTIE, Dr. James, 1735-1803. Min. Minstrel. BECKINGHAM. Charles, 1699-1730. BEAUMONT, Francis (and FLETCHER), 1585—1616. Capt. Captain, a

Comedy.- Four P. Four Plays in One.-H. M. Fort. Honest Man's
Fortune, a Tragi-Comedy.-Loy. Sub. Loyal Subject, a Tragi-Comedy,

--Sp. Cu. Spanish Curate, a Comedy.
BEAUMONT, Sir John, 1582—1628.
BENJAMIN, Park, (American), 1809–1864.
BICKERSTAFF, Isauc, *1735–1805.
BISHOP, 1731–1795.
BLACKMORE, Sir Richard, *1650—1723.

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BLAIR, Robert, 1699-—1746. Gra. Grave, a Poem.
B1OOMFIELD, Rob. 1766–1823. F.B. Farmer's Boy.-R. T. Rural Tales,
BOWLES, William Lisle, 1762—1850.
BOWRING, Sir John, 1792-1872.
BRATHWAITE, Richard, 1588–1673. S. A. The Smoking Age.
BROME, Richard, *1600—1652. Nov. Norelia, a Comedy.
BROOKE, Henry, 1706-1783. Earl of W. Earl of Westmoreland.
BROOKE, Lord (Fulke Greville), 1554—1628. Ala. Alaham, a Tragedy.
BROWN, Tom, *1650–1704.
BROWNE, Dr. Jolin, 1715-1766. Athel. Athelstan, a Tragerly.
BROWNE, William, 1590—1645. Past. Britannia's Pastorals.
BROWNING, Mrs. See BARRETT, Elizabeth.
BRYANT, William Cullen, (American), 1794–1878.
BUCKINGHAM, John Sheffield, Duke of, 1649–1720.
BUCKINGHAM, Villiers, Duke of, 1627–1688.
BULWER, Sir Edward Lytton (Lord Lytton), 1805-1872.
BUNYAN, John, 1628–1688.
Burns, Robert, 1759-1796. Cot. Sat. N. Cotter's Saturday Night.

Henp. Husb. Henpeck'd Husband.
BUTLER, Samuel, 1612–1680. Hu. Hudibras.-M. 7. Miscellaneous

Thoughts. ByRoy, John, 1691--1763. Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 1788-1824. B. Ab. Bride of Abyılos.

Ch. 11. Childe Harold.-Cors. Corsair.-- Doge V. Doge of Venice.D. J. Don Juan.-Eng. B. English Bards and Scotch Reviewers.Sard. Sardanapalus.-Cor. Siege of Corinth.- Vis. J. Vision of Judge ment. CAMPBELL, Thomas, 1777–1814. P. H. Pleasures of Hope.. CANNING, George, 1770—1827. Carew, Lady Elizabeth, temp. James I. Mar. Marmion, the Fair

Queen of Jewry, a Tragedy. CAREW, Thomas, 1589-1639. Carey, Henry, *1690—1743. Chron. Chrononhotonthologus. CARTWRIGHT, William, 1611-1643. Siege. The Siege, or Lore's Cone

vert, a Tragi-comedy. Cary, Henry Francis, 1772-1814. CAWTHORN, James, 1719-1761. CHAPMAN, George, 1557–1634. C. and P. Cesar and Pompey, a Tragedy. CHATTERTON, Thomas, 1752-1770. CHAUCER, Geoffrey, 1328–1400. C. 1. Canterbury Tales. CHURCHILL, Charles, 1731–1764. Ap. Apology.

Cand. Candidate Farew. Farewell.-Ni. Night. ---Ros. Rosciad. CIBBER, Colley, 1671–1757. Dou. Gal. Double Gallant, a Cornedy. CLARE, John, 1793–1864. CLARK, Willis Gaylord, (American), 1810--1811. CLEVELAND, John, 1613–1659. COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor, 1772–1834. Anct. Mar. Ancient Mariner. COLLINS, William, *1720-1756. COLMAN, George, 1733–1794.

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COLYAN, George, (the younger), 1762—1836. B. G. Broad Grins.

P. V. Poetical Vagaries.

COLTON, C. C., *1790-1832.

COMBE, George, 1788–1858.
CONGREVE, William, 1672–1729. Mo. Br. Mourning Bride, a Tragedy.
Cook, Eliza, 1818-living.
CORBET, Bishop, Richard, 1582–1635.
COTTON, Charles, 1630–1687.
Cottox, Nathaniel, 1707—1788. Vis. Visions, in Verse.
COWLEY, Abraham, 1618–1667. David. Dacideis, an Historical Poem.
COWPER, William, 1731-1800. Cono. Conversation.- Exp. Expostu-
lation.Pr. Er. Progress of Error.-Ret. Retirement.---T. 7. Table

Talk.- Raven. Tale of the Raven.-Ta. Task.- Tiroc, Tirocinium.
CRABBE, George, 1754-1832. Bo. Borough, a Poem.-Strug. Consc.

Struggles of Conscience.--Ta. H. Tales of the Hall.
CRASHAW, Richard, 1613-1650. Steps. Steps to the Temple.
CREECH, Thomas, 1659–1701.
CBOLY, George, 1785--1864. Peric. and Asp. Pericles and Aspasin.
CROWNE, John, *1610—*1703. Amb. Stats. Ambitious Slatesmen. -

Dar. Darius, a Tragedy.
CUMBERLAND, Richard, 1732-1811. Menander,
CUNNINGHAM, Allan, 1784—1812.
Dana, Richard Henry (American), 1787–1879.
DABORNE, Robert, 1590—1660.
DANIEL, Samuel, 1562-1619. E. of South. Earl of Southampton. -

Phil. Philotas, a Tragedy.
Darcy, James, 1700--1762. Love and Ambilion.
DARWIN, Erasmus, 1731–1802.
DAVENANT, Sir William, 1605–1668. Distr. Distresses, a Tragi-

Comedy. -Gond. Gondibert.

DAVIES, Sir John, 1569–1626.

Dawes, Rufus (American), 1803—1859.

Defoe, Daniel, 1661–1731. T. B. Eng. True Born Englishman.

DEKKER, Thomas, *1580—*1639. Honest Iho. Honest Whore, a

Comedy.- Old For. Old Fortunatus, a Comedy.

DENHAU, Sir John, 1615–1668.

DENNIS, John, 1657—1734.

De VERE, Sir Aubrey, 1814-living.

DIBDIN, Charles, 1745-1814.

DINNIES, Mrs. Anna Peyre (American), 1830-living.

DODDRIDGE, Philip, 1702–1751,

DODSLEY, Robert, 1703-1761.

DONNE, John, 1573–1631.

DORBET. See SACEVILLE.

Dow, Alexander, *1740—1779. Sethona.

DRAK Joseph Rodman (American), 1795–1820.

Drayton, Michael, 1563–1631.

DRUMMOND, William, of Hawthornden, 1585–16 49.

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DBYDEN, John, 1631–1700. Ab. Absalom and Achitophel, a Poem.

-Auren. Aurengzebe, a Tragedy.-Cym. and Iph. Cymon and Ipl.i.

genia, from Boccacio. Don. Seb. Don Sebastian, a Tragedy.
D. Guise. Duke of Guise, a Tregedy.-Ind. Emp. Indian Emperor, a
Tragi-Comedy.- Mar. à la M. Marriage à la Mode, a Comedy.
@d. @dipus, a Tragedy.Pal. and Ar. Palæmon and Arcite.
Pyth. Phil. Pythagorean Philosophy, a Poem.-Riv. Rival Ladies.-

Span. F. Spanish Friar, a Tragi-Comedy.

DUNCOMBE, William, 1689–1769. Jun. Brut. Lucius Junius Brutuhin

a Tragedy.

DYER, John, 1700—1758.

DYER, Sir Edward, *1540_*1610.

ELLIOTT, Ebenezer, 1781-1849.

EMERSON, Ralph Waldo, (American), 1803-living.

ETHEREGE, Sir George, *1636–*1694.

FAIRFAX, Edmund, *1570–1632.

FALCONER, William, 1730—1769. Sh. Shipwreck, q Poem.

FANE, Sir Francis, *1650–*1715. Sacrifice, a Tragedy.

FANSHAW, Sir Richard, 1608-1666.

FARQUHAR, George, 1678–1707.

FENTON, Elijah, 1683–1730.

FIELDING, Henry, 1707—1754. T. Thu. Tom Thumb, a Burlesque.

FLATMAN, Thomas, 1633–1672.

FLETCHER, Giles, 1582—1628.

FLETCHER, John, 1576–1625.

FLETCHER, Phineas, 1584--1650.

FOOTE, Samuel, 1722-1777.

Fox, Charles James, 1749–1806.

Ford, John, 1586—*1640. Love's Sacr. Love's Sacrifice, a Tragedy.

FRANCIS, Philip (translator of Horace), *1710–1773.

FRANCKLIN, Dr. Thomas, 1721-1781.

FRANKLIN, Dr. Benjamin, 1705—1790. Poor R. Poor Richard.

FREEMAN, Sir Ralph, *1620_*1660. Imper. Imperial, a Tragedy.

FROWDE, Philip, *1670–1738. Sa. Fall of Saguntum, a Tragedy.-

Phil. Philotas, a Tragedy.

GARRICK, David, 1716—1779.
GARTI, Sir Samuel, *1665–1719.
GascoIGNE, George, *1537—1577.
Gay, John, 1688–1732. Shep. and Philos. Shepherd and Philosopher.
GIFFORD, Richard, 1725-1807. Contempt. Contemplation, a Poem.
GIFFORD, William, 1756–1826.
GLANVILLE, Joseph, 1636–1680.
GLOVER, Richard, 1712–1785. Leon. Leonidas.
GOODRICH, Samuel Griswold (Peter Parley), 1793–1860.
GOFFE, Thomas, 1592–1629. Cupid's Whirligig.
GOLDSMITH, Oliver, 1728—1774. Des. V. Deserted Village.--Ep. to

Sis. Epilogue to the Sisters, a Comedy.Retal. Retaliation.-She
Stoops. She Stoops to Conquer. - Trav. Traveller.-V. W. Vicar of
W'akefield.

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GOMERSAT., Robert, 1600–1648. Lodov Sporza, D:ke of Milan.
GOULD, Hannah Flagg, (American), *1805–1865.
GRAHAME, James, 1765–1811. Sab. Sabbath, a l'oem.
GRANVILLE. See LANSDOWNE.
GRAFES, Richard, 1715–1804.
Gray, Thomas, 1716–1771. El. Elegy in a Country Churchyard.
GREEN, Matthew, 1697—1737.
GREENE, Robert, 1550—1592.
GREVILLE, Sir Fulke. See BROOKE, Lord.
HABINGTON, William, 1605—1645. Queen of. Ar. Queen of Arragon,

a Tragedy.
HALE, Sarah Josepha, (American), 1795—living.
HALHED, Nathaniel Brassey, 1751–1830.
HALLECK, Fitz-Greene, (American), 1795–1869. Borsaris. Jarco

Bozzaris. HALL, John, 1627–1656. HALL, Louisa Jane, (American), 1802.-living. HAMMOND, Anthony, 1668–1738. HARRINGTON, Sir John, 1561–1612. HASTINGS, Lady Flora, 1806—1839. HAVABD, William, 1710—1778. K. C. J. King Charles the First, a

Tragedy:-Reg. Regulus, a Tragedy.- Scanderbey. HAYNES, Joseph, 1650–1701. Fa. M. Fatul Mistake. HAYLEY, William, 1745—1820. HAYWOOD (or HEYWOOD), Eliza, 1693—1756. F. Cap. Fair Captices,

a Tragedy. HEATH, Robert, *1600—*1660. Clar. Clarastella, a Poem. HEBER, Bishop Reginald, 1783–1826. HEMANS, Felicia Dorothea, 17941835. HEMINGS, William, 1630–1687, Jews' T. Jerrs' Tragedy. HERBERT, George, 1593—1632. Temp. T'emple. HERBERT, Hon. William, 1778–1847. HERBERT of CHERBURY, Lord, 1581–1648. HERRICK, Robert, 1591-1674. Am. 0. Amatory Oles.- dph. Apho

risms.- Hesp. Hesperides. HERVEY. Eleanor Louisa (Mrs. Kibble), 1811-1859. HERVEY, T. K., 1804-1859. HotGirox, Lord. See MILNES, Monckton. HEYWOOD, John, *1500—1565. HEYWOOD. Thomas, *1570—1659. Roy. King. Royal King, a Tragia

Comedy.
HIGGONS, Bevil, 1670–1735. Gen. Conq. Generous Coquoror, a

Tragedy.
HILL, Aaron, 1685-1750.
HILLHOUSE, James A. (American), 1789–1811.
HOFFMAX, Charles Fenno, American), 1806-living.
HOGG, James, 1772–1835.
HOLMES, Oliver Wendell, (American), 1809-living.

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