Excerpt from Lectures on History, and General Policy: To Which Is Prefixed, an Essay on a Course of Liberal Education for Civil and Active Life
Where my information happened to serve me, I have occasionally corrected the author's references and quotations; but I have endeavoured, and I hope with success, that he should not be made answerable for the correctness of any references, or the pertinence of any quotations or remarks annexed, exclusively, to this edition of his work. For all such I am alone accountable, excepting the notes with 'the initials R. T., Which a reader may readily Wish to have been more numerous. These were kindly communicated by my friend Mr. Richard Taylor, and will be peculiarly ao ceptable to every studious'inquirer into the earlier records of British history.
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