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Excerpt from Lord Nial: A Romance, in Four Cantos; The Wizzard's Grave; The Origin of Bacchus, Etc
I will not trouble the reader with my reasons for publishing this volume, and yet there are some even more binding than those of profit or ambition. Neither will I detain him with long arguments; eulogising its merits, or apologising for its defects the one (if he takes pains) he will be enabled to discover of himself the critics will save him the trouble of looking for the other; and so, without further comment, I shall make my obeisance in the words of Byron.
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