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--Among the "Familiar Letters of William James," soon to be published by the Atlantic Monthly Company, there is a letter to Josiah Royce which shows the warm and intimate friendship which existed between these two great minds. "You are still the center of my gaze, the pole of my mental magnet," writes Mr. James. "When I write, 'tis with one eye on the page, and one on you. When I compose my Gifford lectures mentally, 'tis with the design exclusively of overthrowing your system, and ruining your peace."

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