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VALEDICTORY: TO BE AFFIXED TO ALL EDITIONS OF THIS DICTIONARY.
I haTC this day (May 29, 1866} written the last line of the last page of a work which I projected in 1850 and commenced preparing for the printer on August 1, 1853.
My first emotion is a feeling of profound gratitude to that Almighty Being, "without whose help all labour is ineffectual, and without whose grace all wisdom is folly," by whom my life has been prolonged and my hutilth preservi ! until I haTe thus brought to a happy consummation the object of so much deep solicitude, absorbing labour, and anxious care.
S. AUSTIN ALLIBONE.
P.8.—During the last four to five years the letters from the end of 0 to the end of Z, pp. 1480-2909, haTe been revised and enlarged. I read this proof-sheet of the last page of the text (the Indexes are yet to oomo) October 11, 1870.
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