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A FEW HOURS IN A FAR-OFF AGE

"No, they were not so named, though there is certainly some excuse for your doing so. They were always called Britons. However, call them what you will—man or ape—they were the progenitors of some of the greatest civilizers."

They retrace their steps, the boy with his former look of indignation. It is evident he is not yet reconciled to his ancestors.