Lay Sermons and Addresses: Delivered in the Hall of Balliol College, Oxford by Edward Caird

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Edward Caird
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330
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9781330416983
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Excerpt from Lay Sermons and Addresses: Delivered in the Hall of Balliol College, Oxford

During my tenure of the Mastership of Balliol College I was in the habit of delivering a lay sermon, or address, at the beginning of each academical year, following thus, as far as a layman could, the example of my predecessors. A number of these discourses are preserved, and they are published at the desire of some of those who heard them. I wish to express my indebtedness to Prof. Jones, who has read all the proofs of this volume, and has made many valuable suggestions.

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