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THE BRITISH POETS,
LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY.
A COMPLETE COLLECTION,
FROM CHAUCER TO WORDSWORTH,
Price 75 Cents per Volume, in Cloth.
This Collection, of which one hundred and twenty-eight
The numerous testimonials to th& excellence of this series, which the publishers have received, both from the press and the public, in all parts of the country, would seem to indicate that a popular want has been met by this edition, which is universally acknowledged to be the best ever issued, both in point of editorship and mechanical execution.
Notices of the Press.
"We cannot speak too highly in praise of this edition — the only one that deserves the name of 'complete' — of the British Poets/'—Boston Daily Advertiser.
"We really know nothing more worthy of the cordial support of the American public than the Boston edition of the English Poets."—New York Times.
"A fairer printed, a more tasteful, or more valuable set of books, cannot be placed in any library."—New York Courier and Inquirer.
"The best, the most permanently valuable, the most convenient, and the cheapest edition of the standard poetical literature of Great Britain ever published."—Home Journal.
"We regard it as the most beautiful and convenient library edition of the British Poets yet published." — Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.
"We do not know any other edition of the English Poets which combines so much excellence." — Bibliotheca Sacra.
"Of the typographical beauty and literary accuracy of this edition, the most flattering tilings have been said by the most competent authorities, and we have rarely witnessed such complete unanimity among critics as this Boston enterprise has elicited." — Ballon's Pictorial.