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The aim of this bibliography is to present a complete record of the editions of Thomas Gray's works, together with a list of all the reviews, critical notices, and studies relating to him that have thus far appeared. I have made it as full as possible in order to indicate the extent of Gray's popularity and influence. Notwithstanding great diligence and pains, I have doubtless come far short of what I aim to do; for it is not to be expected that a bibliography compiled by any one person shall be complete. I can only hope that nothing of great importance has escaped


In the case of critical notices, one exception to the statement above must be made. I have not attempted to include all histories of English literature, the number of which is so great that the mention of even a considerable part would swell the list to an utterly unwieldy size, but have included only the most important of them.

I have marked the more important criticisms with an asterisk.

In designating libraries, the following abbreviations are employed:

ALE, the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh.
B, the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
BKB, die Königliche Bibliothek zu Berlin.
BM, the British Museum.
BN, la Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
BNF, la Biblioteca Nationale, Florence.
BNR, la Biblioteca Nationale, Rome.
BPL, the Boston Public Library.
BRB, la Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, Brussels.
cu, the Cornell University Library, Ithaca, N. Y.
cau, the Cambridge University Library.
colu, the Columbia University Library, New York.
DKB, die Königlich Öffentliche Bibliothek zu Dresden.

HH, the library of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, Haigh Hall, Wigan, England.

HU, the Harvard University Library, Cambridge, Mass.

JRM, the John Rylands Library, Manchester, England.
LC, the Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.
LP, the Liverpool Public Library.
NYP, the New York Public Library.
PC, Pembroke College Library, Cambridge, England.
TC, Trinity College Library, Cambridge, England.

UP, the Library of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.

Yu, the Yale University Library, New Haven, Conn.
ZSB, die Züricher Stadt-Bibliothek, Zürich, Switzerland.

I desire to record my gratitude for valuable help to my colleagues, Professors Joseph Q. Adams, Lane Cooper, and Benton S. Monroe; to Mr. George F. Barwick, of the British Museum; to Mr. Alfred Rogers, of the Cambridge University Library; to Mr. Ralph L. George, of the University of Lyons; to Mr. William C. Lane, of the Harvard University Library; to Mr. Andrew Keogh and Professor Robert L. Sanderson, of Yale University; and to the courteous officials of all the libraries in which it has been my pleasure to work, especially those of the New York Public Library, the British Museum, the Bodleian, the Cambridge University Library, and the Bibliothèque Nationale.

C. S. N. Columbia University, New York,

June 19, 1915.

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