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LONGMANS' ENGLISH CLASSICS
With full Notes, Introductions, Bibliographies, and other Explanatory and
Nlustrative Matter. Crown 8vo. Cloth.
SHAKSPERE'S MERCHANT OF VENICE.
Edited by Francis B. Gummere, Ph.D. Professor of English in Haverford
College. SHAKSPERE'S As You LIKE IT. With an Introduction by Barrett Wendell, A.B., Assistant Professor of English in Harvard University, and Notes by William Lyon Phelps, Ph.D., Instructor in English Literature in Yale
University. SHAKSPERE'S A MIDSUMMER Night's
DREAM. Edited by George Pierce Baker, A.B., Assistant Professor of
English in Harvard University. SHAKSPERE'S MACBETU. Edited by
John Matthews Manly, Ph.D., Professor of the English Language in
Brown University. MILTON'S L'ALLEGRO, IL PENSEROSO, Comus, AND LYCIDAS. Edited by William P. Trent, A.M., Professor of English in the University of the South. MILTON'S PARADISE LOST. BOOKS I.
AND II. Edited by Edward Everett Hale, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of Rhetoric
and Logic in Union College. POPE'S HOMER'S ILIAD. BOOKS I.
VI., XXII., AND XXIV. Edited by William H. Maxwell, A.M., Ph.D., Superintendent of Public Instruction, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Percival Chubb, Instructor in English, Manual Training
High School, Brooklyn. DEFOE'S HISTORY OF THE PLAGUE IN
LONDON. Edited by Professor G. R.
Carpenter, of Columbia College. THE SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY PAPERS,
from “The Spectator." Edited by D.O. S. Lowell, A.M., of the Roxbury
Latin School, Roxbury, Mass. GOLDSMITH'S THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD.
Edited by Mary A. Jordan, A.M., Professor of Rhetoric and Old English in Smith College. BURKE'S SPEECH ON CONCILIATION WITH
AMERICA. Edited by Albert S. Cook, Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor of the Eng. lish Language and Literature in Yale University.
Scott's WOODSTOCK. Edited by Bliss
Perry, A. M., Professor of Oratory and Asthetic Criticism in Princeton
College. Scott's MARMION. Edited by Robert
Morss Lovett, A.B., Assistant Professor of English in the University of
Chicago. MACAULAY'S ESSAY ON Milton. Edited
by James Greenleaf Croswell, A.B., Head-master of the Brearley School, New York, formerly Assistant Pro
fessor of Greek in Harvard University. MACAULAY'S LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON.
Edited by the Rev. Huber Gray Buehler, of the Hotchkiss School,
Lakeville, Conn. IRVING'S TALES OF A TRAVELLER. With
an Introduction by Brander Matthews, Professor of Literature in Columbia College, and Explanatory Notes by the
general editor of the series. WEBSTER'S FIRST BUNKER HILL ORATION, together with other Addresses relating to the Revolution. Edited by Fred Newton Scott, Ph.D., Junior Professor of Rhetoric in the University
of Michigan. COLERIDGE'S THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT
MARINER. Edited by Herbert Bates, A.B., formerly Instructor in English
in the University of Nebraska. SOUTHEY'S LIFE OF NELSON. Edited by Edwin L. Miller, A.M., of the Engle
wood High School, Illinois. CARLYLE'S ESSAY ON BURxs. Edited
by Wilson Farrand, A.M., Associate Principal of the Newark Academy,
Newark, N. J. DE QUINCEY'S FLIGHT OF A TARTAR
TRIBE (REVOLT OF THE TARTARS). Edited by Charles Sears Baldwin, Ph.D., Instructor in Rhetoric in Yale
University. TENNYSON'S THE PRINCESS. Edited by
George Edward Woodberry, A.B., Professor of Literature in Columbia
College. GEORGE ELIOT'S SILAS MARNER. Edited
by Robert Herrick, A.B., Assistant Professor of Rhetoric in the University of Chicago.
Other Volumes are in Preparation.