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Edited by FRANCIS STORR, B.A., CHIEF MASTER OF MODERN SUBJECTS AT MERCHANT TAYLORS' SCHOOL, LATE
SCHOLAR OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, AND BELL UNIVERSITY SCHOLAR. Thomson's Seasons : Winter. With an Introduction to the Series. By the Rev. J. FRANCK BRIGHT, D.D.,
Master of University College. 15. Cowper's Task. By Francis STORR, B.A.
Part I. (Books I. and II.), 9d. Part II. (Books III. and IV.), gd. Part III.
(Books V. and VI.), ed. Simple Poems from Cowper. By FRANCIS STORR, B.A. Scott's Lay of the Last Minstrel.
By J. SURTEES PHILLPOTTS, M.A., Head Master of Bedford School.
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Part III. (Cantos IV. and V.), 9d. Part IV. (Canto VI.), gd. Scott's Lady of the Lake.
By R. W. TAYLOR, M.A., Head Master of Kelly College, Tavistock.
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(Cantos V. and VI.), gd.
By W. E. Mullins, M.A., Assistant-Master at Marlborough College. 8d. Wordsworth's Excursion. -The Wanderer.
By Hawes TURNER, B.A., late Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge. IS. Selections from Wordsworth's Poems.
By Hawes TURNER, B.A. Milton's Paradise Lost.
By FRANCIS STORR, B.A. Book I. gd. Book II. od. Milton's L’Allegro, Il Penseroso, and Lycidas.
By EDWARD STORR, M.A., late Scholar of New College, Oxford. Selections from the Spectator.
By OSMUND Airy, M.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools. Browne's Religio Meilici.
By W. P. SMITH, M.A., Assistant Master at Winchester College. Is. Goldsmith's Traveller, and The Deserted Village.
By C. Sankey, M.A., Head Master of Bury St. Edmund's Grammar School. Is. Extracts from Goldsmith's Vicar of Wakefield.
By C. SANKEY, M.A.
By A. M. Bell, M.A., Balliol College, Oxford.
Moore's Life of BYRON. By FRANCIS STORR, B.A. ed.
nose College, Oxford.
25. 6d. Gray's Poems, with Johnson's Life, and Selections from
Gray's Letters. By FrancIS STORR, B.A.
RIVINGTONS: WATERLOO PLACE, LONDON
WITH INTRODUCTION, LIFE OF MILTON,
FRANCIS STORR, B.A.
CHIEF MASTER OF MODERN SUBJECTS AT MERCHANT TAYLORS'
[The Life and Introduction will be found in Book 1.)
IGH on a throne of royal state, which far
Outshone the wealth of Ormus and of Ind,