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R. E. H. GREYSON, ESQ.
EDITED BY THE
AUTHOR OF "THE ECLIPSE OF FAITH"
LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, AND ROBERTS
THE Editor has only to say, on this third issue of Mr. Greyson's Correspondence, that he is happy to have received, from many quarters, intimations that in spite, or perhaps partly in consequence, of the levity of some of these letters, others, which certainly have to do with some of the most momentous questions which can agitate the human mind, have not been without their use. He has retained the prefaces both to the first and second editions, with a few verbal corrections in the latter: the one, as necessary to explain the general character and object of the book; the other, to vindicate it from some misconceptions of its critics.
Oct. 10, 1861.