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“Read and fear not thine own understanding : this book will create a clear one in thee; and when thou hast considered thy purchase, thou wilt call the price of it a charity to thyself.”
M A N Y MI N D S:
A Treasury of Reference
SELECTIONS FROM THE WRITINGS
OF THE MOST CELEBRATED AUTHORS.
COMPILED AND ANALYTICALLY ARRANGED
BY HENRY SOUTHGATE.
"Here are sentences which limit and distinguish clearly and concisely."-
CHARLES RICHARDSON, LL.D.
THIRD EDITION. REVISED.
STATIONERS' HALL COURT.