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|Notes:||Errors in pagination: v. 1, pages 86-87, 201, and 248-249 misnumbered 66-67, 231 and 148-149 respectively; page numbers 132-133 omitted.
Tables of contents at end of volume 1 and at beginning of volume 2.
"The contents of this volume, and what is inserted in Swift's Miscellanies, comprehend all the pieces of wit and humour of this admirable author."--Advertisement.
"The collection has no authority, but includes the following, which were clearly, Arbuthnot's: the 'Usefulness of mathematical learning, ' the 'Scolding of the ancients, ' the 'Examination of Woodward, ' 'A sermon at the Mercat Cross, Edinburgh' ..., and a poem called ['Know yourself']"--Dictionary of national biography.
|Description:||2 v., advertising matter.|
|Series Title:||Library of English literature, LEL 11681.|