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Double-Falsehood, a Play publish'd by Tibbald, iii. 272. — A famous Verse of it,
ibid. — How plainly prov'd by him to be Shakespear's, ibid. — But grievous Errors
committed by him in the Edition: A Specimen of 'em, ibid. Dedicators, ii. 191, fife.
Discoveries there, ibid. Flies, not the ultimate Object of human study, iv. 454.
Falshoods and Flatteries permitted to be inscribed on Churches, i. 43. Good
Nature of our Author; Instances of it in this work, i. 328. ii. 282. Good Sense,
and of Mr. Ward, ibid. Plagiary described, ii. 47, &c. Priori, Argument a priori not
the best to prove a God, iv. 47 1 . Poverty and Poetry, their Cave, i. 33.
Profaneness, not to be endur'd in our Author, but very allowable in Shakespear, i.
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