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FROM VARIOUS AUTHORS;
Fragments of Table-Talk;—
AFTERNOONS AT L * * * * * * * * *
“A Common-place Book contains many notions in garrison,
FULLER, Selections by B. Montagu, p. 315.
BY E. PICKARD HALL, M.A., AND J. H. STACY,
PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY.
My dear Sir,
The little book you gave me when I saw you lately, — the result of your reading in hours of leisure, — is the precedent; and it serves as the inducement to me to offer you in this form some of the “Fragments” which I have gathered in the short intervals granted to me of Study or Professional work.
That you may long live in health to enjoy the rest you have earned by steady work in a laborious Profession, — the duties of which you never neglected, — is the hearty wish of, among your many Friends, — Your affectionate Cousin,
E. L. H. OXFORD, 1873.