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Supplement

To the preceding address — long, and yet too brief — I wish to add two things: further specimens of papers actually employed by myself with a Freshman class, and suggestions for the application of the method in the preparatory schools.

At this point, I should advise the wearied reader, if he feels some confidence in the method, to lay the pamphlet aside and make experiment himself with a class, returning to the reading after he has come to feel an interest in further suggestions of detail. As for the wearied reader that does not feel this confidence, he will readily lay the pamphlet down unadvised.

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