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purpose and exertion, the most effective. We ought not to inticipate the good that may be done by others in such a nan ner as to suppose, that little will be required at our vands. Whatever step of obedience we take will aid in ncouraging others; but, wherein we may now fail to adrance, when victory will be complete, we will, like a *nquadron on the field, waiting for the success or aid of a
ellow-battalion, fail of attaining to the true honour that will be shared in the triumph of truth.
Page 145, line 12, for “requires,” read “require."
OCT 10 1916