Having thus met with a solid and most gratifying success, the ‘History of Spanish Literature’ maintained its place, and in 1863, when he had accumulated additional materials, and had profited by all the suggestions contained in the Spanish and German translations of his work, as well as in such reviews and private criticisms as seemed to him of value, Mr. Ticknor brought out a third edition of the book, ‘corrected and enlarged.’ The Preface to this gives a full account of the means and methods by which he had acquired the new matter, and of the changes he saw fit to make.1 He continued, as long as he lived, to gather from every accessible source whatever could add to the accuracy and the merit
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