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ADVERTISEMENT
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M R. Sympson's Letter to Captain Gulliver; prefixed to this Volume, will make a long Advertisement unnecessary. Those Interpolations complained of by the Captain, were made by a Person since deceased, on whole Judgement the Publisher relyed to make any Alterations that might be thought necessary. But, this Person, not rightly comprehending the Scheme of the Author, nor able to imitate his plain simple Style, thought fit among many other Alterations and Insertions, to compliment the Memory of her late Majesty, by saying,That she governed without a Chief Minister. We are assured, that the Copy sent to the Bookseller in London, was a Transcript of the Original, which Original being in the Possession of a very worthy Gentleman inLondon, and a most intimate Friend of the Authors; after he had bought the Book in Sheets, and compared it with the Originals, bound it up with blank Leaves, and made those Corrections, which the Reader will find in our Edition. For, the fame Gentleman did us the Favour to let us transcribe his Corrections.

TRAVELS
VOLUME III.
Of the Author's
WORKS.
CONTAINING,
TRAVELS
INTO SEVERAL
Remote Nations of the WORLD.
In Four Parts, viz. I. A Voyage to Lil-
liput

II. A Voyage to Brob-
dingnac
.
III. A Voyage to La- puta, Balnibarbi,
Luggnagg, Glubb-
dubdrib
and Japan.
IV. A Voyage to the
Country of the
Houyhnhms.

By LEMUEL GULLIEVER, first a Surgeon,
and then a Captain of several Ships.
— — Retroq;
Vulgus abhorret ab his.

In this Impression several Errors in the London and Dublin
Editions are corrected
DUBLIN:
Printed by and for George Faulkner, Printer
and Bookseller, in Essex-Street, opposite to the
Bridge. Mdccxxxv.