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friends, will be the first to feel, that, on every account, whether of a public, or a private nature, these pages could be inscribed to none so properly, as to the ARCHBISHOP OF CASHEL.
So far as respects myself, it is a rare felicity, that THE PRELATE, to whom I am both officially and morally responsible for the employment of my time, is also THE MAN, to whom, with full assurance of an indulgent and even cordial reception, I can present this offspring of some thought, and much leisure.
That Your Grace may be long spared, to diffuse happiness through the circle of your family and friends; and as long strengthened, to promote the best interests of the Church and Christianity, is the fervent wish and prayer of,
Notes On Section I.