give one or more lectures a year, as may suit him. The same easy requisitions would apply to you!"Honorary", alas! means without pay - only a [missionary?] work. It might lead, as I should hope it would, to more work and a proper compensation at some future time.It would, I am sure, gratify us all to see your name in the faculty list. But I must first obtain your consent, which
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