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ARCHDEACON OF LONDON,
AND VICAR OF KENSINGTON,
FOR BENJAMIN WHITE AND SON, FLE ET-STREET.
A D VERTISEMEN T.
To offer an apology for republishing several of the Pieces contained in these Volumes is deemed unnecessary, as they have long since become equally scarce and desirable. The Editor's motives are not lucrative: his principal view being to fulfil the expectation of some valued friends, who are partial to the memory of his deceased father; and also of other learned and respectable men, by whom he has been induced to think they may afford a pleasing gratification. Some few additions will be found, both in the Remarks upon Spenfer and Milton; and at the close of the Lufus Poetici. The second Volume consists partly of Extracts from Dr. JORTIN's Manuscripts ; partly of