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XCIII. The Poetical Works of John
VOL. III. Milton; with the principal Notes The last fix Books of Paradise of various Commentators. To Loft-Plans of Paradise Lost as á which are added, Illustrations; with Tragedy. fome Account of the Life of Milton. By the Rev. Henry John TODD, M.A. 6 vols. 8vo. pp. Paradise Regained-Origin of Para
PRELIMINARY Observations on 2996. 21.
145. Large Paper 41,268. dife Regained-Milton's Defence of Johnson, Rivingtons, Sewell, &c.
on Sampson Agonistes--Plans of LIST OF PLATES.
other Tragedies. 1. PORTRAIT of Milton, from the
Original by Faithorne, in the PRELIMINARY Notes on Lycidas Polefion of William Baker, Esq. --St. Michael's Mount--Lycidas, with engraved by 7. Baker.
various Readings, &c.—L'Allegros 2. Whole length Portrait of Christina, Il Penseroso-Preliminary Notes on
Queen of Sweden, from an original Arcades Arcades, with various
Readings-Preliminary Notes on
liminary Observations on the Sonnets. SOME Account of the Life of -XXIII. Sonnets, with various ReadMilton-Detached Pieces of Criti- ings. cifm relating to the Poetical Works
VOL. VI. - Prolegomena-Addison's Criticism Odes-Miscellanies-- Translaon the Paradise Lost, with Notes by tions–Elegiarum Liber----Epigramthe Editor—Dr. Johnson's Remarks matum Liber--Silvarum Liber on Milton's Versification, with Re- Appendix, containing Baron's Imitamarks by the Editor - Inquiry into tions of Milton's early Poems-Laa: · the Origin of Paradise Lost.
der's Interpolations - Additions and
Corrections_Glosarial Index. Milton's Apology for the Verse
EXTRACTS FROM THE PREFACE. -The first fix Books of Paradise
“ SINCE the first publication of Loft.
the Poetical Works entire, with illusVOL. V.-No. LII.
trations, nearly half a century has Ancients, said to be written by a getto elapsed. Of those critics and anno- tleman of North Britain, whose name, tators, whofe obfervations were then it is believed, has not been divulged ; selected by Dr. Newton, as well as of the Letters concerning poetical transthose, with whose subsequent remarks lation, ascribed to Auditor Benson, the follow.ng pages are enriched; some and the Critical Observations on Shak. account may be thought necessary. speare, in which are interspersed reThe first annotator on the poet was marks upon Milton, by Mr. Upton, Patrick Hume, a Scotchman. He pub- were the next publications, from which lished, in 1695, a copious commentary Dr. Newton profeffes to have derived on the Paradise Loft; “to which some affistance. But, besides the flower of
of his fucceffors in the same pro- those which had been already publifh• vince,' says Mr. Warton, appre- ed, he added many new obfervations • hending nó danger of detection from both of others and his own. He was • a work rarely inspected, and too pe- indebted, for several ingenious illuftra• dantic and cumbersome to attract tions of Paradise Lost, to his relation,
many readers, have been often amply Dr. Greenwood. He was also obliged • indebted, without even the most dif- by the use of Dr. Heylyn's manuscript étant hint of acknowledgment.' His remarks on the fame poem, which had illustrations in these volumes will be been before communicated to Bentley, rarely found uninteresting. To him and of which the greater part had been succeeded the elegant Addison, by disingenuously adopted by that critic whose blandishments of gentleness without acknowledgment. By the ma• and facility, Milton has been made nufcript communications of Richard.
an universal favourite, with whom son, Jortin, and Warburton; and more . readers of every class think it necef- particularly by those of the modest • sary to be acquainted.' His essays and liberal Mr. Thyer, his commen. on the Paradise Loft are printed in this tary on Paradise Loft was considerably edition, as a Preliminary Differtation; enlarged.” P. I. the remarks on each particular book “ In the year after the publication not being detached from the general of Dr. Newton's edition of Paradise obfervations on the Poem, because Mr. Loft, there was published at Glasgow Addison himself was desirous that the the first book of that poem, with a reader should not neglect to view the large and very learned commentary, whole extent of his criticism. By the from which fome notes are selected in fame critic Comus and L’Allegro had this
edition. They, who are acquainted been before commended. In 1732, Dr. with this commentary, will concur Bentley published a splendid edition of with the present editor in wishing that the Paradise Loft, by which he acquired the annotator had continued his inge
: no honour. His specious pretences of nious and elaborate criticisms on the an interpolated text, and his arbitrary whole poem.”. P. 4. method of emendation, were received “ In 1785 the public was presented with derifion and disgust. Yet there with Lycidas, L'Allegro, Il Penserofo
, are fome notes, in the edition, which Arcades, Comus, Odes, Sonnets, &c. bespeak the unvitiated taste of this accompanied with Mr. Warton's criti
. eminent scholar, and to which the claf- cal and explanatory notes; of which a fical reader will always thankfully fub- fecond edition, with many alterations scribe. Immediately after the public and large additions, was published in cation of this edition, the admirers of 1991, soon after his lamented death : In Milton were gratified by Dr. Pearce's whom poetry and antiquity loft one of masterly and candid refutation of the their most zealous votariés, criticism editor's chimerical corrections: and the one of its ableft affertors, fociety one Review of the Text of Paradise Loft of its moft agreeable members, and furnished abundant annotations, atonce the university of Oxford one of her inftructive and delightful. In 1734, most valuable and most respected fons
. the two Richardsons published their Mr. Warton appears to have also plazo Explanatory Notes on the Paradise ned an edition of Paradise Regained Loft. Soon afterwards, Dr. Warbur. and Sampson Agonistes, by having ton communicated to the world fome omitted in the latter edition such notes remarks upon the same poem. An as more immediately related to those Etay upon Milton's Imitations of the poems, and which had appeared, in