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epistle. The translator is anonymous; but he is clearly an intelligent, learned, and tasteful man; and I would rather see this volume upon my table, than witness the longest burst that ever was recorded in the cyregetical annals of Leicestershire. The book is absolutely a dear delight,' and may be consulted again and again with instruction and entertainment. Like a true bibliomaniac, the author printed but a limited number of copies, and I hope it will be out of print before the next November coursing begins. The embellishments are sweetly appropriate.”—Bibliophobia, by Dr. Dibdin.
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