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Nike Tn amusement is as needful and almost as necessary as food and raiment. The absurdity of the further charge as to the general brutality of the pursuit, and its consequent unfitness for an educated man, is to be attributed to Mr. Freeman’s ignorance of what is really done and said in the hunting-field ― perhaps to his misunderstanding of Cicero’s words. There was a rejoinder to my answer, and I asked
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9 I have written various articles for it since, especially two on Cicero, to which I devoted great labour.
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