chapter  XIII
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The question, however, cannot fail to present itself

to one, Why is it they have not yet to any extent

touched the classes ?

The pictures themselves have in character and

artistic merit improved by prodigious leaps and

bounds. Absolutely no expense is spared in pre-

senting them to the public. In the vast majority

of cases the subjects are well chosen and refined in

character; invariably they are interesting, and

from a pictorial point of view they are magnificent.

How is it, therefore, that the superior person who