CHAMBER'S EDINBURGH JOURNAL,NO. 450

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CHAMBER'S EDINBURGH JOURNAL,NO. 450
The advocates of the diffusion of useful knowledge among the great body of the people, found one of their greatest difficulties to lie in an inability on the part of the people themselves to see what benefit they were to derive from the knowledge proposed to be imparted. This knowledge consisted of such a huge mass of facts of all kinds, that few could overcome a sense of hopelessness as attending every endeavour to acquire it. Take botany alone, it was said.

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