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IV individuals. It may be necessary it is necessary to provide instruction, and, as far as possible, education, for the classes who are too ignorant to seek it for themselves. But let us not, in the mania for systems, forget how little these alone can effect.
part, indeed, may cause many to close the book, who would find much both to interest and instruct in a patient perusal of the whole work, combining as it does, in a remarkable degree, sound practical sense with fanciful and varied illustration. The acknow- ledged difficulty ofRichter's style has also, doubtless, had a deterring effect. Those who are acquainted with his writings will be able to appreciate the diffi- culties which have beset the Translator, and will be the least inclined to judge harshly the shortcomings ofthetranslation, as comparedwith its great original.