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LONGMANS' ENGLISH CLASSICS
GEORGE RICE CARPENTER, A.B.
PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND ENGLISH COMPOSITION IN COLUMBIA COLLEGE
THE SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY PAPERS
Edited by GEORGE RICE CARPENTER, A.B.,
With full Notes, Introductions, Bibliographies, and other Explanatory and
Illustrative Matter. Crown 8vo.
BURKE'S SPEECH ON CONCILIATION WITH
AMERICA. Edited by Albert S. Cook, Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor of the English Language and Literature in Yale Uni
versity. CARLYLE'S ESSAY ON BURNS. Edited by
Wilson Farrand, A.M., Associate Princi
pal of the Newark Academy, Newark, N.J. COLERIDGE'S THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT
MARINER. Edited by Herbert Ba'es, A.B., late of the University of Nebraska. Instructor in English in the Manual Train
ing High School, Brooklyn. COOPER'S THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS. Ed
ited by Charles F. Richardson, Ph.D., Winkley Professor of the English Lan
guage and Literature in Dartmouth College. DE QUINCEY'S FLIGHT OF A TARTAR TRIBE
(REVOLT OF THE TARTARS). Edized by Charles Sears Baldwin, Ph.D., Assistant
Professor of Rhetoric in Yale University. DEFOE'S HISTORY OF THE PLAGUE IN LON.
DON. Edited by Professor G. R. Carpenter,
of Columbia University. DRYDEN'S PALAMON AND ARCITE. Edited
by William T. Brewster, A.M., Tutor in
Rhetoric in Columbia University. GEORGE ELIOT'S SILAS MARNER. Edited by
Robert Herrick, A.B , Ass'stant Professor
of Rhetoric in the University of Chicago. GOLDSMITH'S THE VICAR OF WAKEFIFLD.
Edited by Mary A. Jordan, A.M., Professor of Rhetoric and Old English in
Smith College. IRVING'S TALES OF A TRAVELLER. With an
Introduction by Brander Matthews, Professor of Literature in Columbia University, and Explanatory Notes by the general
editor of the series. MACAULAY'S ESSAYS ON MILTON AND ADDI
SON. Edited, with Notes and Introduction, by James Greenleaf Croswell, A.B., Head
Master of the Brearley School, New York. MACAULAY'S ESSAY ON MILTON. Edited by
James Greenleaf Croswell, A.B., Head
Master of the Brearley School, New York, MACAULAY'S LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON. Ed.
ited the Rev. Huber Gray Buehler, of
the Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Conn. 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 Legic in
Union College. POPE'S HOMER's ILIAD. BCok8 I.,VI., XXII.,
AND XXIV. Edited by William H. Max. well, A., City Superintendent of Schools, New York, and Percival Chubb, of the
Ethical Culture Schools, New York. Scott's WOODSTOCK. Edited by Bliss Perry,
A.M., Professor of Oratory and Æsthetic
Criticism in Princeton University. Scott's IVANHOE. Edited by Bliss Perry,
A.M., Professor of Oratory and Æsthe:ić
Criticism in Princeton University. Scott's MARMION. Edited by Robert Morss
Lovett, A.B., Assistant Professor of English in the University of Chicago. SHAKSPERE'S JULIUS CÆSAR. Edited, with
Introduction and Notes, by George C. D: Odell, Ph.D., Tutor in Rhetoric and English
Composition in Columbia University. SHAKSPERE'S MACBETH. Edited by John
Matthews Manly, Ph.D., Professor of English in the University of Chicago. SHAKSPERE'S MERCHAXT OF VENICE. Ed.
ited by Francis B. Gummere, Ph.D., Pro
fessor 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., Assistant Professor of Eng. lish in Yale University. SHAKSPERE'S A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S
DREAM. Edited by George Pierce Baker, A.B., Assistant Professor of English in
Harvard University. The SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY PAPERS, from
“The Spectator." Edited By D.O.S. Lowell, A.M., of the Roxbury Latin School,
Roxbury, Mass. SOUTHEY'S LIFE OF NELSON. Edited by Ed. win L. Miller, A.M., of the Euglewood
High School, Illinois. TENNYSON'S THE PRINCESS. Edited by
George Edward Wocdberry, A.B., Professor of Literature in Columbia Uni.
versity. WEBSTER'S FIRST BUNKER HILL ORATION,
together with other Addresses relating to the Revolution, Edited by Fred Newton Scott, Ph.D., Professor of Rhetoric in the University of Michigan.