Three centuries of English essays; from Francis Bacon to Max Beerbohm, edited by V. H. Collins.
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158 p. 22 cm.
Reprint of the 1931 ed.
Introduction.--Of friendship, by F. Bacon.--Sir Roger at church. Meditations in Westminster Abbey, by J. Addison.--Beau Tibbs, a character. To the printer, by O. Goldsmith.--Christ's Hospital five-and-thirty years ago. The convalescent, by C. Lamb.--The Indian jugglers, by W. Hazlitt.--The English mail-coach, by T. De Quincey.--On getting up on cold mornings, by J. H. L. Hunt.--Boscastle, by W. Bagehot.--Walking tours, by R. L. Stevenson.--The little river, by H. Belloc.--On lying in bed, by G. K. Chesterton.--On good resolutions, by R. Lynd.--Rain, by E. Thomas.--On going back to school, by M. Beerbohm.--Notes (p. -158)
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