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With the Prefaces, Notes,&t.of
Vol. I. PART.I.
ADVERTISE MEN T.
THE Reader will be enabled to judge of this Edi-
tion of Shakespear, by comparing the following
1. The Text is printed from Dr. Johnson's, except in a
2. The Prefaces of all the Editors, ending with Mr.
3. All the Notes on each Play, by Mr. Rowe, Mr. Pope,
A very few
4. All the Notes and Observations, in the following
The Canons of Criticism, by Mr. Edwards, and the
Observations and Conjectures on several passages of
OBS. & Con.
Papers; and a few under the fame Signature, which
5. A Table is added at the end of each Volume; shew-
6. The Poems, which are unquestionably Shakespear's,
7. At the top of the first page of the Tempest, is given an