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[The Theosophist, Vol. IV, No. 6, March, 1883, p. 146]

[A writer, “A *** 8111,” comments upon the Editor’s review of Crawford’s Mr. Isaacs, and wonders why the reviewer spoke of the work with such approbation. H. P. B. says:]

We are sorry to see Mr. A*** 8111 so underrating—though we may have, in his opinion, overrated—Mr. Isaacs. There are two of the “grandest occult truths” in it, though neither our critic, nor even the author himself, may be aware of them.