This appendix deals with two letters by Southey where the surviving manuscript is less complete than the version published by
previous editors. In both cases, a transcript of the manuscript is in the main text of this edition.
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ART. I. Observations on the Historical Work of the late Right Honourable Charles James Fox. By the Right Honourable George Rose. With a Narrative of the Events which occurred in the Enterprize of the Earl of Argyle in 1683. By Sir Patrick Hume. 4to., pp. 364. London. Cadell and Davis. 1809.
XVI. Caledonian Sketches, or a Tour through Scotland in 1807. To which is prefixed an Explanatory Address to the Public upon a recent Trial. By Sir John Carr, pp. 541, 4tof London, Matthews and Leigh, 1809.