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As several of the forms were allowed to go to press without aecurate revision, the reader is requested to make the following corrections.
On the 3d page, the name of the second Moderator, should be G. CHAMBERS, Esq., McLean.
Page 5, 21st line from top, for "rhetoric," read experience. Page 9, 11th line from top, for "oppressive," read oppressedSame page, 25th line from top, for "animosity," read amnesty.
Page 10, about half way down, substitute Is for "It."
Page 15, at the beginning of Mr. Holmes' first speech, for "and it is often what I have expressed,” read it is what I have often expressed. A little farther down, leave out the word "and," and punctuate with a dash after the word "question."
Page 16, top, for "very few here," read few in attendance.15th line, same page, introduce the before propitiation. Two lines below, introduce the word so before important, that it may read, as so important.
Page 20, top line, for " on," read in, and for "for," read from. Page 33, 4th line from top, for "Hence," read Here.
Page 39, Mr. Holmes' 4th speech, first line, for "worthy," read wordy.
Page 41, 13th line, for "retribation," read retribution.
In the running title at top of each page in discussion on the first question, for "Atonement," substitute Forgiveness of Punishment.
Page 522, 5th line from top, for "apolea," read apoleo. Page 525, middle of page, for “sure," read seen. Page 528, 18th line, for "Suavitu in modo," read Suavitas. Page 558, 7th line from bottom, for "dokisnazo,” read dokimazo. Page 621, 11th line from bottom, for "melldo," read mello. The same correction should be made in the bottom line.
Page 622 for “ Krenein,” read Krinien.
Page 694, 16th line from bottom, for "apoles," read apoleo. Page 788, 17th line from bottom, for "another," read any other. Page 790, 4th line from top, for "ephemerial" read ephemeral Page 792, 4th line from bottom, for "which" read who.
There are some other slight inaccuracies, which the good ser of the reader will enable him to correct.