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AND OF OTHER
WHO HAVE DISTINGUISHED THEMSELVES
DURING THE PROGRESS OF
a New Edition, with Corregions and Additions,
CONTAINING 114 CHARACTERS.
J. DEBRETT, PICCADILLY,
Ꮲ R E F A C Ꭼ
THE NEW EDITION.
A Very large. Impreffion of the Firit Edition of this Volume was sold in the course of a few months. Translations of it haye appeared on the Continent, in several different languages, and it has been reprinted in Ireland and America.
Stimulated and flattered by so many unequivocal testimonies of approbation, the Proprietor was induced to extend his plan to a SECOND VOLUME; the favourable reception of which has scarcely been exceeded by that of the former.
In complying with the wishes of the Public, expressed by a constant demand for a New EDITION, neither labour nor expence has been spared to render it at once correct and complete. The articles have in general been continued down to the present time; and so numerous indeed have been the corrections, amendments and alterations, throughout the Volume, that the New Edition af