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KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUPREME LORD,
IN WHICH ARE COMPARED THE CLAIMS OF
CHRISTIANITY AND HINDUISM,
AND VARIOUS QUESTIONS OF
INDIAN RELIGION AND LITERATURE
li sæviant in vos, qui nesciant, quanto labore Veritas acquiritur.-St Augustine.
The word Muni should have been printed throughout unaccented, or with a short vowel. Words fully naturalised, such as Vedic and Brahman, are printed according to English custom. In other cases the speakers of the dialogue use generally Sanscrit, with one or two Pali forms. Thus, for the Aryan race, they say A'ryas. It is hoped that any misprints which may have escaped correction are hardly important enough to affect the sense.