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HENRY FUSELI, Esq. M.A. R.A.
KEEPER, AND PROFESSOR OF PAINTING TO THE
ROYAL ACADEMY IN LONDON; MEMBER OF THE FIRST CLASS
OF THE ACADEMY OF ST. LUKE AT ROME.
THE FORMER WRITTEN, AND THE LATTER EDITED BY
JOHN KNOWLES, F.R.S.
CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY AT ROTTERDAM,
“Animo vidit, ingenio complexus est, eloquentia illuminavit."
Velleius Paterculus in Ciceronem.
IN THREE VOLUMES,
NEW BURLINGTON STREET.
THE RIGHT HONORABLE
COUNTESS DOWAGER OF GUILFORD,
BARONESS NORTH AND GUILFORD.
MADAM, I FEEL a degree of diffidence in dedicating to your Ladyship the Life and Posthumous Works of Henry Fuseli; because, with regard to the former, no one is better acquainted with the extent of his talents, or can form a more accurate opinion of the powers of his conversation, and the excellent qualities of his head and heart, than yourself. In giving some account of his life and pursuits, I have endeavoured to speak of him as he was, and to become his