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Página 279 - XENOPHON. By SIR ALEXANDER GRANT, Bart., Principal of the University of Edinburgh.
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Página 274 - Good Society ' — meaning thereby the society of men and women of wealth or rank — contained in this book, constitutes its chief merit, and is remarkable for the point and vigour of the author's style.