As a Third Edition of the Lectures constituting the volume on 'Village-Communities in the East and West' is now required, it has been thought desirable to add to them some other Lectures, Addresses, and Essays by the author. All of them, except the last, will be found to have a bearing on subjects treated of in the Lectures on Village-Communities.
The Rede Lecture, on the 'Effects of Observation of India on Modern European Thought,' has been published separately. The Essays on the 'Theory of Evidence' and on 'Roman Law and Legal Education' appeared respectively in the Fortnightly Review and in the Cambridge Essays. The three Addresses delivered by the author in the capacity of Vice-Chancellor of the University of Calcutta have not before been printed in this country.
LONDON: February 1876.
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