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PHILOLOGICAL AND EXPLANATORY
INTRODUCTION ON THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH
J. W. HALES, M.A.
Late Fellow and Assistant Tutor of Christ's College, Cambridge;
Lecturer in English Literature and Classical Composition at King's College School, London
MACMILLAN AND CO.
[The Right of Translation and Reproduction is reserved.]
I, OPPIDANS ROAD, PRIMROSE HILL,
DEAR MR. MACLEAR,
It was you who suggested this book; and with your name I wish, with your kind permission, to connect it.
Everybody whose good fortune it is to work with you cannot but admire the self-denying energy and unostentatious devotion with which you discharge the onerous duties devolving upon you as the Head Master of King's College School, and sincerely congratulate you on the signal success which has crowned, and bids fair still to crown, your efforts in that capacity. Amongst those who thus admire and congratulate, pray believe that not the least hearty is,
Very truly yours,
J. W. HALES.