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It is evident that a work like this can never be complete ; but it is believed that by these additions Nares's Glossary may be made somewhat more so, and at all events it cannot but be rendered more useful.
The additional words and examples are distinguished from those in the original text by a t prefixed to them.
He was one of the founders of the Royal Society of Literature, and one of its earlier presidents, and he contributed to its transactions.
In 1805 he resigned his vicarage of Easton Mawdit, and also his situation in the British Museum, and went to reside at the yicarage at Reading, where he lived till 1818. A not unusual form for abbess, the principal of an abbey of nuns.
In this year, his desire for a more free enjoyment of London society led him to ex- change to Allhallow B, London Wall, the duties of which he continued to discharge until within about a month of his death, with an absence usually of two months in the year at Litchfield.
In 1822, Nares published his 'Glossary; or Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to Customs, Proverbs, &c., which have been thought to require illustration, in the Works of English Authors, particularly Shakespeare, and his Contemporaries.' This was his last and his most important work, though he still continued to mix actively in literary society, where he pleased by bis agreeable and unassuming manners.
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