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WITH PRELUDES ON CURRENT EVENTS.
BY JOSEPH COOK.
"Wie ausnahmslos universell die Ausdehnung, und zugleich wie
THREE COLORED PLATES
AFTER BEALE AND FREY.
(Late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood, & Co.)
267 3 11
All Rights Reserved.
In the careful reports of Mr. Cook's Lectures printed in the Boston Daily Advertiser, were included by the stenographer sundry expressions (applause, &c.) indicating the immediate and varying impressions with which the Lectures were received. Though these reports have been thoroughly revised by the author, the publishers have thought it advisable to retain these expressions. Mr. Cook's audiences included, in large numbers, representatives of the broadest scholarship, the profoundest philosophy, the acutest scientific research, and generally of the finest intellectual culture, of Boston and New England; and it has seemed admissible to allow the larger assembly to which these Lectures are now addressed to know how they were received by such audiences as those to which they were originally delivered.