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    Chapter 1
    The subject of this volume is of such painful notoriety that any apology
    from the Publishers may seem unnecessary upon issuing the Author's reply
    to the counter statements which her narrative in Macmillan's Magazine has
    called forth. Nevertheless they consider it right to state that their
    strong regard for the Author, respect for her motives, and assurance of
    her truthfulness, would, even in the absence of all other considerations,
    be sufficient to induce them to place their imprint on the title-page.

    The publication has been undertaken by them at the Author's request, 'as
    her friends,' and as the publishers of her former works, and from a
    feeling that whatever difference of opinion may be entertained respecting
    the Author's judiciousness in publishing 'The True Story,' she is
    entitled to defend it, having been treated with grave injustice, and
    often with much maliciousness, by her critics and opponents, and been
    charged with motives from which no person living is more free. An
    intense love of justice and hatred of oppression, with an utter disregard
    of her own interests, characterise Mrs. Stowe's conduct and writings, as
    all who know her well will testify; and the Publishers can unhesitatingly
    affirm their belief that neither fear for loss of her literary fame, nor
    hope of gain, has for one moment influenced her in the course she has

    LONDON: January 1870.
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