Mirror of Literature,  6 (1825), [iii]-iv.






Education, Class, Publishing, Authorship

    The Mirror of Literature has redeemed its initial pledge to 'afford the most useful instruction, and the most amusement, at the lowest price possible'. In addition, its example has now 'led to the throwing open the gates of knowledge to the humblest classes of society'. The author quotes in support of this claim the comments of Henry P Brougham in his recent 'pamphlet on the Education of the Lower Classes'.

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