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To assign the reasons why these Tracts have been selected in preference to others on the same or similar subjects, of equal or superior merit, could serve no important purpose.— The Selector does not lay claim to the praise of having made the best possible choice,—he will be contented, if competent judges allow that he has made a good one. It is scarcely requisite to add, that the Editor does not by any means consider himself as answerable for the accuracy of all the statements, or the soundness of all the principles contained in these Tracts, even where he has not thought it necessary to express his dissent. His responsibility goes no farther than what is involved in a recommendation of them, as, on the whole, well fitted, if judiciously used, to cultivate the taste and the talent for principled and satisfactory interpretation of the Holy Scriptures.
Rossi And Da. Heine. Friedb. Pfannkuche.
By THOKL G. REPP.
By ALEXANDER SIMPSON PATTERSON.
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