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: Johngon's dictionary.
. Fol. 1773. Many are the works of human fn. Justry, whickte begin & finish are hardly granted to Jame man. he hat undertakes to compile a Victionary, undertaker hat, when Lit comprehend, the full extent of his design, he knows himself unable to perform. Het his labour with the hope of this intería pong though, deficient may k uiful.is Pre muchincite his actionty ku - lace his wearineft. Perfection is unattainable, but nearers & nearer approaches may be made, & finding my dictionary about to the Reprinted, I have endeavoured
parti requising emendation & many mae capable of improvement. Many faults i have corrected, fome superfluities I have taken away, some deficiencies Ihace Tupplied.. I have methodized some parts that were disordered, & illuminas .ed some that were obscure. Get the
changes or additiono bear a very Imall proportion to the whole. The Critic will now have lefito objice but the student who has bought any of the former copies needs not repent, he will not about nice collation, perceive how they Differ, & ufufulnefo veldom Depends upon little things. For negligence oz deficience, I have preshaps not read of more apology than yonatiere of a work wilt fürnith; I have left that inac: curate as neces i made exact, de
at imperfect " never w completed.
VOLUME Ths SECOND.
THE SECOND EDITION, CORRECTED.
Printed for T, Davies, in Russel-Street, Covent-