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discipline of Comparative Religion—what Nash called the most significant debate the world has ever known. Ethics and revelation, p. 92. James Freeman Clarke, one of the tenderest and truest ministers of Jesus in New England, composed a series of Lowell lectures on Ten great Religions (1871) which went through at least twenty-two editions, and brought a knowledge of the high aspirations of other religious leaders to Christian people. Toward the end of our period, the World's Parliament of Religing no system of dramatic art. White's text is based upon a careful examination of the Folios and Quartos, accepting the first Folio as generally authentic. In the matter of emendations he is exceedingly cautious—too cautious to suit Lowell. Lowell's anonymous review (Atlantic monthly, Jan.-Feb., 1857) deserves to be reprinted. White's notes and commentary in general endeavour simply to put the reader face to face with Shakespeare, and his edition as a whole is justly recognized as combini