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CELTIC MSS.
IN RELATION TO
THE MACPHERSON FRAUD;
WITH A REVIEW OF
I PROFESSOR FREEMAN'S CRITICISM
OF
BY
THE AUTHOR OF
CELTICISM A MYTH.'^
I thought your book an imposture. I think it an imposture still."-i?»-. Johnson
"The purposeless tortuosities of Celtic falsehood, and its most subtile manifestationS."-
Weekly Scotsman.
"The received accounts of the Saxon immigration, and subsequent fortunes, and ultimate
settlement, are devoid of historical truth in every detail."-7. M. Kemble.
And, armed in proof, the gauntlet cast at once
To Scotch marauder, and to Southern dunce."— ^jr
LONDON:
E. W. ALLEN, 4, AVE MARIA LANE.

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