The Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 1864, Vol. 20 (Classic Reprint)

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It is in this point of View that I highly value the retention among us of our provincial dialects, and should regret to see them smelted down into a genteel uniformity of language and pronunciation. The common Speech of our separate counties is a continuous testimony of the origin of its people and of their place in the heterogeneous history of the British race. Our good broad Yorkshire indicates the stalwart northern stock from which we have sprung; and wheni hear it well out-spoken, either by the ploughman in the field, or by my friend, the Hon. And Rev. Philip Savile, whom I see before me, in all its emphatic vigour, I am almost sorry that it has left the hall, and I hope it will stick to the cottage.
But the immediate objects of this Society are not the archaeology of our earth, our race, or our language. They are Simply and purely historical. We shew little favour to theories, even though founded upon a historical basis. We ask for facts and evidence of facts, and we are content to leave to others the responsibility of their own conclusions. Most people of any ingenuity can discover in history what ever they wish to find there; and if you choose to make a bad use of the materials with which we supply you, do it at your own risk, and do not lay the blame on archaeology.
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