We think the author has done well to collect and re-issue these papers.
Their re-issue is sanctioned by no law, and warranted by no necessity.
The present edition of “Life and Habit” is practically a re-issue of that of 1878.
This is a re-issue of one of Mr. Bennett's most famous novels.
Its first step was to re-issue the creed of Nicé with a number of verbal changes.
Nor did they forget to re-issue the Lucianic creed for the acceptance of the churches.
Their re-issue is sanctioned by no law and warranted by no necessity.
The re-issue of this book in a new form does not, strictly speaking, require another Preface.
His best ideas are enjoyed and used, and in due time are sent back, often quite innocently, for re-issue.
About three-fourths of them will not re-issue until a young queen is matured, eight or ten days afterwards; and a few, not at all.