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successively perpetual cuRATE of MORETON PINCKNEY, NorthANTs
I COULD HAVE WISHED for a little more time to revise these volumes, to correct slips of memory or of the pen, and to profit by the comments of reviewers. But I do not really think there is much to be done in this way, even with the largest allowance of time. The printers have taken such good care of me, that I can only find a few trifling errors, for all of which I may say that I am solely responsible. But I gladly avail myself of the opportunity to introduce in this place a letter from an old Carthusian contemporary, eight years my junior, reconciling my account of the Bell System at that school with that quoted by the present head-master from the evidence given by the late Dean of Peterborough :—
Gulval Vicarage, Penzance :
Dear Sir, Pardon my troubling you with this letter, but I have just been reading your Reminiscences of Charterhouse with much interest.