chapter  4
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WithR. V. Jones

Joseph Crabtree is no less unrecognized for his science than for his poetry, and it is therefore my first intention tonight to trace the impact of his intellect on the men of science of his generation. At the same time my researches have led me to a few fragments of his literary life which I believe have not previously been reported and which I offer with due deference for the attention of the scholars of our Foundation.