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world only promises more than it offers; Nature offers more and greater things than it promises" (p. 115) is baffling-but not if "yields" is substituted for "offers" (the Latin is "praestat"); then we learn that the world-that world which in Wordsworth's words "is too much with us; getting and spending, we lay waste our powers"-comes up with less than it… (More)
produce, which seems appropriate, somehow. As well as parts taken up with the catalogue of the records, manuscripts and books of the Society, there is an account of its history from 1819-1989 by Palmer. Although brief, this is excellent and includes the history of the collection itself and its relationship to other material in Glasgow and London. Several… (More)