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has been done. My sole desire has been to give to the public as soon as possible another work of one whose memory will be revered by all who have felt the invigorating influence of his thought. Had this work been published as a fragment, even as many of us wished, it would never have reached those for whom Clifford had intended it. Completed by another hand, we can only hope that it will perform some, if but a small part, of the service which it would undoubtedly have fulfilled had the master lived to put it forth.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON: