Exploits of a Nation of Shopkeepers
C. E. CARRINGTON, M.A.
The fault of our going was our own. What could be thought fitting or necessary we had; but what we should find or want we were all ignorant. Such actions have ever since the World's beginning been subject to accidents, and everything of worth is found full of difficulties; but nothing so difficult as to establish a Commonwealth so far remote from men and means. But to proceed . . . CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH
AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS