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Mr. Copeland's Reading.

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Mr. Copeland gave the first of his series of readings from the authors of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries last night in Sever 11. Selections from the following works were read: Jeremy Taylor's, Sir Thomas Brown's and Lord Bacon's essays concerning friendship; Heywood's, "The Woman Killed with Kindness"; "A Ballad Upon a Wedding," by Sir John Suckling; "To Lucasta on Going to the War," and "Lovelace to Althea from Prison," by Colonel Lovelace; "Sin," by George Herbert; "No Armor Against Fate," by James Shirley; "Shall I, Wasting in Despair," by George Wither.

Mr. Copeland will give the second lecture in the series next Wednesday evening in Sever 11, from authors living later in the century than those from whom he read last night.

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