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from it, even though there should be the same neglect of mentioning the source from which they were drawn, and paying that tribute to which the merit of the Author was justly entitled. It is a manual, from which persons of every profession, and in every condition, may derive the greatest advantage in showing “ good-will to men.” It should find a place in the shelves of every library, or rather on the table of every parlour, in Christendom. And, above all, its contents should be familiar to the minds of all who, whatever their calling may be, whether sacred or secular, would not run in vain, neither labour in vain,” as members of “ the household of faith," and of the great family of mankind.
Edinburgh, Nov. 1825.