use prefacer in a sentence.
There are innumerable exquisite passages scattered through the work, which make us ready to believe in the figurative comparison of the prefacer, when he tells us that "the coral-grains of the 'Opened Pomegranate' will become in Provence the chaplet of lovers."
(A poem grateful to the greedy swain) &c. If there be not a tolerable line in all these six, the prefacer gave me no occasion to write better.
The prefacer began with Ille ego, which he was constraind to patch up in the fourth line with at nunc, to make the sense cohere; and if both those words are not notorious botches, I am much deceivd, tho the French translator thinks otherwise.
This being the case, it is hard to see why the clever prefacer wishes to uphold the State after poverty shall have ceased to exist.
* It is not the purpose of the prefacer to show wherein Emancipation failed to solve the Negro Question -- save so far as any other party or political expedient could have done -- suffice it to point out the indisputable fact that the Negro Question confronts us today and particularly the people of the South with mein grave and portentous.