Excerpt from Alma Mater, or the Georgetown Centennial: And Other Dramas
As St. Francis de Sales in giving to the world his sub lime Treatise on the Love of God did not disdain to say, after having charitably remonstrated with his critics: Therefore, my dear reader, I conjure you to be gra cions and good to me in reading this Treatise, so I too may ask for indulgence, considering the morsels of leisure which have been pressed into literary service amid many academic duties, in order to give an evening's entertainment to young and gentle hearts.
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