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NEW SERIES OF ENGLISH MANUALS.-(No. 2.)
“There are some truths, deeper and more vital than those of Science, and with respect to which the heart is wiser than the head. It is Poetry or Literature which-reflecting the concentrated result of the universal experience of life-communicates these unchanging and everlasting truths through the imagination, affections and conscience. The Bible itself is only the highest form of Literature."-National Review.
PIPER, STEPHENSON, AND SPENCE, 23, PATERNOSTER ROW
DUBLIN: MC.GLASHAN AND GILL-EDINBURGH: MENZIES.
LEWIS HEYMANN, ESQ.,
M A Y O R OF NOTTINGHAM;
IN TESTIMONY OF
HIS ENLIGHTENED VIEWS ON EDUCATION;
AND HIS GREAT LIBERALITY
IN THE SUPPORT OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS;
THIS LITTLE WORK-AS THE REPRESENTATIVE OF
A NEW SERIES OF ENGLISH MANUALS
IS MOST RESPECTFULLY AND GRATEFULLY DEDICATED, BY
October 23rd, 1858.