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  1. Thirty- seven plays in all, or thirty- eight if we add Mr. Bullen's conjectural discovery, Sir John Barneveldt, are attributed to Massinger; but of these many have perished, Massinger having somehow been specially obnoxious to the ravages of Warburton's cook. "A History of English Literature Elizabethan Literature" by George Saintsbury
  2. In the sciences dealing with facts, all the best- established experimental truths have passed through a conjectural stage. "Essay on the Creative Imagination" by Th. Ribot
  3. If conjectural emendation, like this, be allowed, we might venture to read:- Are you become a patron to a new tune? "Literary Remains, Vol. 2" by Coleridge

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