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INTRODUCTION

Of illustrated editions there has been a constant output almost from the very beginning, though the first lour or five editions appeared without pictures. Since these, however, a large number of artists have followed one another in attempting to delineate the creations of Goldsmith, some of them as curiously opposed in feeling as Stothard and Rowlandson, Cruikshank and Mulready.
The following is a list of Oliver Goldsmith's works (1728-1774):

Memoirs of a Protestant condemned to the Galleys of France for his Religion (translation), 2 vols., 1758; Enquiry into the Present State oi Polite Learning in Europe, 1759; The Bee, being Essays on the Most Interesting Subjects (eight numbers of a weekly periodical), 1759; History of Mecklenburgh, 1762; The Mystery Revealed, containing a Serie:, of "fransactivns and Authentic Testimonials respecting the supposed Cock-Lane Ghost, 1762; The Citizen of the World, or Letters from a Chinese Philosopher residing in London to his Friends in the East (from the Public I,edger, 1760, 1761), z vols., 1762; Life of Richard Nash, of Bath, Esquire, 1762; A History of England in a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to his Son, 2 vols., 1764; The Traveller, 1765; Essays, 1765; The Vicar of Wakefield, a tale supposed to be written by himself, 2 vols., 1766; The Good-Natured Man, a Comedy, 1768; The Roman History, from the foundation of the City of Rome to the destruction of the Western Empire, 2 vols., 1769; Abridgment by the Author, rqqz; The Deserted Village, rqqo; The Life of Thomas Parnell, compiled from original papers and memoirs, rqqo; Life of Henry St John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke, 1770; The History of England, from the Earliest Times to the Death of George II, 4 vols., 1771; Abridged Edition, 1774; Threnvdia Augustatis, sacred to the memory of Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales, 1772; She Stoops to Conquer, or the Mistakes of a Night, 1773; Retaliation, a Poem, including Epitaphs on the most distinguished Wits of this Metropolis, 1774 (five editions were published this year-, the fifth edition contains the postscript and epitaph on Caleb Whitefvord); The Grecian History, from the Earliest State to the Death of Alexander the Great, 2 vols., 1774; An History of the Earth and Animated Nature, 8 vols., 1774; The Haunch of Venison, a Poetical Epistle to Lord Clare, 1776; another edition, with additions and corrections, appeared this same year; A Survey of Experimental Philosophy considered in its Present State of Irnprovement, 2 vols., 1776; The Captivity, an Oratorio, 1836 (first printed in the Trade edition of Goldsmith's works, 1820. See Anderson's Bibl.).
Goldsmith contributed to the DfonilalyReview,Criticad Review, Literary Ala,a.zine, Busy Body, Public Ledger, British Magazine, Lady's Magazine, Westminster Magazine, and Universal Magazine; he edited Poems for Young Ladies, 1766; Beauties of English Poesy, 1767; to him is attri

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See Anderson's Bibl.). Goldsmith contributed to what is DfonilalyReview,Criticad Review, Literary Ala,a.zine, Busy Body, Public Ledger, British Magazine, Lady's Magazine, Westminster Magazine, and Universal Magazine; he edited Poems for Young Ladies, 1766; Beauties of English Poesy, 1767; to him is attri where is Server.Execute("_SiteMap.asp") % travel books: The Vikar Of Wake Field (1776) books

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