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'Tis not enough that Greek and Roman page,
T'impress a value, not to be eras'd,
On moments, squander'd else, and running all to waste.
Printed by A. & R. Spottiswoode,
Paris, John Ayrtan
PHILOSOPHY IN SPORT
SCIENCE IN EARNEST;
AN ATTEMPT TO ILLUSTRATE THE FIRST PRINCIPLES
LONGMAN, REES, ORME, BROWN, AND GREEN,
THE THIRD VOLUME.
A communication which threw all Overton into a bustle.
The thaumatrope. · The amusement which its ex-
hibition afforded. Mrs. Seymour improves its con-
struction, and renders it little less than an instrument of
The vicar's sermon. - The emigration of Miss Ryland
and her cronies. Village preparations for the recep-
tion of Mr. Beacham and his bride.. The procession.
Mr. Twaddleton addresses the assembly. The
major and his visitors are accompanied by Mr. Seymour
and the vicar, to superintend the arrangements for the
ensuing festivities. The curious discussions, which