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and Hebrew, and learnt German, in later life, to read Luther and other theological writers in the original. A great student of theology."
CASES OF ENERGY BELOW THE AVERAGE-TWO
1. " No remarkable energy of body. In mindNever capable of a large amount of brain-work ; for years have regarded myself as defective in brain-power. [The actual performance of this correspondent is considerable, and of a very high order.]
"Father-In early life fond of athletic sports, and an enthusiastic sportsman. Energy of mind
very remarkable, shown in early university and professional life and all subsequent occupations. He wrote a large number of publications on subjects of . . . and . . . . controversy. Mother --Energy of mind remarkable ; zeal in pursuit of interests, excessive."
2. " Constitutionally languid, with a strong wish for greater energy and more power of en-