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HENRY ANNESLEY WOODHAM, Esq., LL.D., ,
Among my friends in the two sister Universities I do
not know any one whose mastery over the Latin language is greater
than yours; and I have wished to inscribe this work with your
name, not only as a record of our long intimacy and as a mark of
my sincere regard, but also for the purpose of directing the young
student's attention to the encouraging fact, that we have still at
least one Englishman, who has written Latin with as much facility
and vigour, as those learned men in the 16th and 17th centuries,
who used no other medium of literary communication.
Yours very truly,
J. W. DONALDSON.
D. L. G.