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biographical, and mythological allusions, especially as these can be given vivâ voce in a more interesting way by the Teacher himself.
My warmest thanks are due to R. C. JEBB, Esq., Professor of Greek at the University of Glasgow, for his great kindness in looking over the proof-sheets and giving valuable advice on some points of detail; to R. G. MOULTON, Esq., Cambridge University (Extension) Lecturer, for much important help and advice; and—last, but by no means least—to my old and tried friend, the Rev. Dr. MOULTON, Head Master of The Leys, Cambridge, without whose encouragement, advice, and help this book would never have been published.
I can hardly flatter myself that I have altogether avoided mistakes; and I shall feel much indebted to any one who will point out errata, or offer suggestions on matters of either principle or detail.
St. MARGARET's, RICHMOND.
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