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ERRAT A... D) Age 25. I. 35. for Reiterations, read Alterations ; I p. 30. I. 36. for nor, f. not; A 47.1. 25. for worse, r. wortb ; p. 66. 1. 29. r. in one's Power ; p.. 114. I. 18. r. fupercilious; p. 152. 1. 28. for art, r. of p. 175. 1. 21. for extrisate, r, intricate.
HEN we concluded the First Vo: lume, we left speaking of the Third Book of the Dunciad, and gave Intimation of a Fourth, which came out afterwards; before we take further
Notice of that, we think it proper to introduce several Persons and Things, that may fill up the Interval.
Our great Dramatick Poet, Shakespear, had in Whole, or in Part, passed through several Hands ; fome, who might be very reasonably thought not to - VOL. II.