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An octavo "Printed for A. Dod" and another "Printed for Lawton Gilliver" followed a
few days later. A variant of the Gilliver octavo (Griffith 2 1 5) has a two- page
errata leaT, "M. Scriblerus Lectori", differing substantially from that of the quarto.
in the errata to "rush forward," and the correction was adopted by all the octavo
editions of 1729. The folio and quarto of 1735, however, restore what was
obviously a misprint of the quarto. All editions subsequent to 17330b return to "
17286 = Second (?) edition, octavo, Griffith 199. 1728*: = Third (?) edition ("Gold
chains"), duodecimo, Griffith 200. ijaQd — "The Second Edition," duodecimo,
Griffith 201. 1728* = "The Third Edition," duodecimo (Variant a), Griffith 203.
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On the whole, I did enjoy reading this poem, although I found it very difficult to read. I've heard before that it's very hard to comprehend the first time around, and I would have to agree. Although ... Read full review
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