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Without preface, he abruptly asked, what had been told him of the Duke of Wharton's behaviour the preceding night.
This poem is a rather free translation of a similar poem by Guillaume de Deguileville, as pointed out in the Preface, p. 60.
These last three verses are a kind of preface to the following chapter, which is written in the style of an epistle from the king.
But I am anxious to make three inquiries relative to this really important document and its fictitious preface.
The first edition prints Richardsons preface and two complimentary letters.
Similarly, he attempts to cure the last paragraph of his preface through minor incisions.
Its purpose was at first partly commercial, permitting advertising in the preface.
The preface prefixed to this edition by Langius completely refutes Miss Vaughan.
DEVIL-WORSHIP IN FRANCEARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
It will mark a new phase in the evolution of the institution; and form as it were the preface to its internationalisation.
“Foreword” and “inwit” were good once; but “preface” and “conscience” 245 mean as much and have the advantage of being alive.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER

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