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PUBLISHED FOR WILLIAM KIDD, BY
AND PROCURABLE, BY ORDER, OF ALL BOOKSELLERS.
GLASGOW, JOHN M'LEOD, 66, ARGYLE STREET.
M. DCCC. LII.
TO THE READER.
THE TIME HAS NOW COME for us to present our good friends, the Public, with our collected Thoughts of the last Six Months. If they experience only one-half the pleasure in reading, that we have felt whilst writing,- our object will have been fully attained. So much, as regards ourselves.
We need add nothing further,-excepting indeed a hearty acknowledgment of the kind offices rendered us by our literary friends and allies in the paths of Science. We owe them a heavy debt of gratitude for favors received, and for their having cheered us on by the way. Many have been our besetting difficulties; but by their aid, we have survived
Let us solicit a continuance of the same friendly offices ; then shall we again appear in December—and with a still more interesting Volume, perhaps, than the present.
New ROAD, HAMMERSMITH,
July 1st, 1852.