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A STUDY OF
ADOLPHE DE CHAMBRUN.
TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL FRENCH
MRS. MADELEINE VINTON DAHLGREN.
Votes cannot INSURE equal rights to all i v ivu
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1874, by
MRS. MADELEINE VINTON DAHLGREN, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
It will be generally conceded that the most profound
Preface, p. 1, line 14, for “have” read“ prove;" line 15, for“ experiments” read “ experiment.”
Chapter II., page 52, line 8, for “Russa” read “Russia.”
P. 127, line 12, interpolate the between “ executive" and “ preponderating.”
P. 176, line 14, for ca ira read çıı ira.
P. 7, Opinions of the Press, line 30, for “open” read “pen.”
the fact that many of the characteristics and tendencies of a nation are better understood and appreciated by foreigners than by native citizens. The foreign student has an advantage in the stand-point from which he makes his observation. He studies the institutions from a distance, and is able to measure them by other standards with less bias, perhaps, than those whose opinions have become a part of the public thought of