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SALAD FOR THE SOCIAL:
BY THE AUTHOR OF
"SALAD FOR THE SOLITARY.”
"Some coarse, cold salad is before thee set;
"A dinner of fragments is often said to be the best dinner; so there are few minds but might furnish some instruction and entertainment of their scraps, their odds and ends of thoughts. They who cannot weave a uniform web, may at least produce a piece of patchwork.”
GUESSES AT TRUTH.
“To the man of robust and healthy intellect, who gathers the harvest of literature into his barn, thrashes the straw, winnows the grain, grinds it in his own mill, bakes it in his own oven, and then eats the true bread of knowledge, we bid a cordial welcome."
RICHARD BENTLEY, 8, NEW BURLINGTON STREET, Publisher in Ordinary to Her Majesty.