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GREEN'S SHORT HISTORY
C. W. A. TAIT, M.A.,
ASSISTANT MASTER IN CLIFTON COLLEGE,
MACMILLAN AND CO.
[The Right of Translation and Reproduction is Reserved.]
This little work was begun in the form of fly-leaves for the use of boys on the Modern side at Clifton, who were reading Mr. Green's Short History in school.
As it has now been tried for two years as an aid to teaching, I venture to publish it in the hope that it may assist other
Mr. Green is no way responsible, either as regards its plan or its contents, but I am glad to take this opportunity of thanking him for his kindness in allowing it to appear before the public.
My best thanks are also due to my friend and colleague, Mr. J. G. Grenfell, and to the Rev. S. B. Philpotts, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge.
CLIFTON, April, 1878.