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Scribleriana Transferred: Manuscripts and Printed Matter, 2010–2012, Part 1

Scribleriana Transferred: Manuscripts and Printed Matter, 2010–2012, Part 1 rival claimants. Whereas Lady Mary was preceded by scholarly investigators who effected no practical change, Jenner owes his primacy to having carried through his experiments and published them, despite his tendencies to distraction and procrastination. Mr.Williams gives much of the credit, by implication, to Jenner's mentor and patron John Hunter, a larger-than-life figure in a style more resembling Montagu or Mather than the convivial, relaxed, domestic Jenner. Though further details clamor for admittance to its complex, wide-reaching narrative (Theodore Tronchin, later an im´ portant European inoculation pioneer, visited England as a student in 1727 and probably met Montagu), this is valuable history and great reading. Isobel Grundy University of Alberta SCRIBLERIANA TRANSFERRED: MANUSCRIPTS AND PRINTED MATTER, 2010­2012, PART 1 James E. May · Christopher Edwards (Wallingford, Oxon.) has listed for c. $950 a manuscript letter signed from Joseph Addison (Whitehall, 8 April 1707) to his old friend George Stepney (1663­1707), then on a diplomatic mission to the landgrave of Hesse-Cassel. The letter, 2 pp. 4to (223 x 170 mm.) is unpublished. It is written in another's hand, but Addison signed, dated and directed it and added ``a couple of corrections and additions including a postscript which apologizes for http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats

Scribleriana Transferred: Manuscripts and Printed Matter, 2010–2012, Part 1

The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats , Volume 45 (2)

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rival claimants. Whereas Lady Mary was preceded by scholarly investigators who effected no practical change, Jenner owes his primacy to having carried through his experiments and published them, despite his tendencies to distraction and procrastination. Mr.Williams gives much of the credit, by implication, to Jenner's mentor and patron John Hunter, a larger-than-life figure in a style more resembling Montagu or Mather than the convivial, relaxed, domestic Jenner. Though further details clamor for admittance to its complex, wide-reaching narrative (Theodore Tronchin, later an im´ portant European inoculation pioneer, visited England as a student in 1727 and probably met Montagu), this is valuable history and great reading. Isobel Grundy University of Alberta SCRIBLERIANA TRANSFERRED: MANUSCRIPTS AND PRINTED MATTER, 2010­2012, PART 1 James E. May · Christopher Edwards (Wallingford, Oxon.) has listed for c. $950 a manuscript letter signed from Joseph Addison (Whitehall, 8 April 1707) to his old friend George Stepney (1663­1707), then on a diplomatic mission to the landgrave of Hesse-Cassel. The letter, 2 pp. 4to (223 x 170 mm.) is unpublished. It is written in another's hand, but Addison signed, dated and directed it and added ``a couple of corrections and additions including a postscript which apologizes for

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