of Arthur Clough’s writings contains all that has been heretofore printed, and all such additional matter as, after careful consideration, has been deemed worthy to be given to the public. There is much that is exceedingly fragmentary, for the aim has been to include, not finished productions alone, but whatever else can throw light on the mind and character of the writer.
The editor desires gratefully to acknowledge the valuable assistance which she has received in making these selections and in arranging these volumes from Mr. J. A. Symonds, to whose taste and judgment any measure of success that may have been achieved is chiefly due.
COMBE HURST: June 1869.