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Speaking only out from the depths of our youth and inexperience we would suggest to our venerable but dyspeptic contemporary, the Yale Lit., that vituperation and scurrility would better become a journal of less dignity and fewer pretensions than itself. If the Lit. must wail, we presume it is all very proper that it should wail with perfect impunity; but we entreat our dear sister to show a more chivalric spirit, and not to vent its spite upon the weak and unprotected alone.

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