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Joshua Barnes, when he adopts Milton's readings or notes, generally acknowledges them; but one or two remarkably good readings have been adopted, unacknowledged by that editor, as hath been noticed by Mr. Joddrell, and pointed out to us by a learned person palticularly conversant in Euripides.
The notes are in Milton's hand-writing, (with the exception of two or three, which seem in another hand, and to have been written since the time of Milton.) . There are also various marks, designed to point out striking passages, probably for imitation,
Thee 'mid thy native streams I trace,
* La Grande Chartreuse.