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ERRATA.

The author has not been able to examine the sheets of this volume, for the purpose of preparing a list of errata, from which, however, he trusts that it will be found tolerably free; but, in glancing over its pages, he has noticed the following, which are the results of oversight in finishing the stereotype plates:

Page 94, line 17--for "wis," read wise.
Page 120, line 16—for “d," read do.
Page 231, “ In," which stands alone about the middle of the page, should be obliterated.
Page 336, p. 336," on the right-hand side, near the bottom, should be obliterated.
Page 355, at the top of the page, for should be inserted between the first and second lines.
Page 357, “11," at the end of the last line, should be obliterated.
Page 381, meaning should be inserted between the last two lines.
Page 408, “ 8217," at the beginning of the seventh line, should be obliterated.
Page 406, for should be inserted between the first and second lines.
Page 472, “ Boswell," after the tenth line, should be obliterated.

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