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which I am indebted to them, and gladly acknowledge my obligations, is a duty no less pleasant than incumbent.

Lastly, I would add that, frequent as are the mistakes which mar the accompanying pages, the errors would have been far more numerous and glaring, had it not been that I was fortunately enabled at every turn to have recourse to the profound learning and experience of Mirza Baker, who, as previously stated, has afforded me most valuable aid, for which I tender him my warmest thanks.

A. N. W.

Glen Hill, Walmer,
January, 1882.