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reveal the individual who alone, or above all others, was competent to give authentic information or trustworthy opinions.
For a sample of subjects, illustrations, and general appearance, the three Numbers already published may be allowed to speak for themselves. “ Excelsior,”-a truer aim, a higher mark, a better issue—this is the Angla-žaran motto always. As “Non Angli, sed Angeli,” we have a great errand ; to be ministers of good, and heralds of peace all the world over : and with God's help we will attempt at least to do it. If we have succeeded in a little measure hitherto, at all events we will try to make that measure more on every next occasion.
In October, the first volume will be completed by the publication of Number IV., and will be ready for delivery in an appropriate Binding.
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