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Excerpt from The Celt, 1857, Vol. 1: A Weekly Periodical of Irish National Literature
And let not those hopes be misunderstood. They are not boyhood's hopes for fame, or manhood's hopes of gain. What they really are time may develope, but this we will say for ourselves, - We write without pay, The success of the Celt can bring us no pecuniary reward: and whatever we may lose by its failure, if it do fail, shall be small in com parison to the loss of the glorious hope we have alluded to.
Our mission will carry us into various departments, and amongst most dissimilar classes, it will entail a great variety of pursuits, and the collecting together of materials apparently incongruous and unsuited to each other. Yet, nevertheless, there shall be an end and an aim in all this, and we shall toil on to the goal.
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