Essays, Lectures, Addresses, Sermons, and Miscellaneous and Descriptive Pieces: Including a Discussion on Education (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Essays, Lectures, Addresses, Sermons, and Miscellaneous and Descriptive Pieces: Including a Discussion on Education OF the fact that of making many books there is no end we are fully conscious. Neither do we fondly seek to persuade ourselves that the present production is just the desideratum to fill a long felt want. Honored usage has prescribed that a book-maker furnish some apology for the innocuous vanity of appearing in print. When the enraptured eye of Dickens first rested on his fascinating effusions ...