If I do not sink under the weight of this deep conviction it is because I find some support in a consciousness of the purposes and a confidence in the principles which I bring with me into this arduous service. And that wise and civil Roman, Julius Agricola, who governed once here for Caesar, preferred the natural wits of Britain before the laboured studies of the French. "He never wore his hat, but he did wear--well, there were waistcoats missed. --By hell, that's a good one! said the gipsy student to those about him, that's a fine expression.