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Her exeellenca WL all Ae diiti^fl of foc»al life, 488, fa M^ [fif.} m thofe of a man pretending love to her, i.

fier virtuous educa- tion ; Aae cfaarai Ekar, hapmr mania|;e. True politenefs le but another wood fer Virtne and Honour, iv.

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Each of them commuicated in a re^ giilar colle SHon of Familiar Letters^ ** written^ to the moment, while the heart is agi- tated by hopes and fears^ on events un- ^*^ decided." A method which muft engage more ftrongly, and prove far more intereft- ing to, the reader, than a cold^ unanimating^ narrative of events long fince determined. Diffarei Tes, howeter heavytat the time, appear iigh C/ and even joyoar, to the relieving mind, when worthily overcome, ii.

With fuch a knowkge' of life and manners,., as is difplayed in thofc Works ; widi a capa- city to entertain with wit, and enliven with' humour, as well as to correct with delicacy,. What weiook iipon tt our greateft nnhapoo^ar in a difficalty we are involved in, may poffibiy be tke erilr haftening to its crifis, and happy dbiyj may enfoet i* 288. How knows a perfon, ftroggling with Calamity* wha T ends the Almiehty has to bring aboat, by^ the trials he' is exerc Ked with ?

Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is allowed. \LVTARCH., that juftly admired philolbpher, who has greatly ob- liged the world by his wricings, and, amongft thcfe, by the many curious Apepbthegms he has given us of the wife and good men of antiquity, tells us, "That Socrates, meeting one day with " Menon, whom he confidered as a man well " exercifed in all the varieties of converfa- ** tion, as well as a great proficient in fpecu- «* lative wifdom, afk'd him. An '* anfwer, which (the writer fay^) excited the **^ admiration tod applaufe of Socrates," But, what would this wife heathei^ kave iald and how much greater would have been his tranfport, had his friend Menoh, by way of anfwcr, prefented hioi with writings, in w^ifh ht had entered .rtunurcly into the nature of'i^e Virtues proper for fuch different ^^j, ^exesy and Stations ; had he defcribed thefe focial ex- cellencies, ft) i^e Singfyj AS tdf conlma»d atten- tion, fo accurately^ as to prevent mlftake, and fo invi Hngfy^ as to engage imitation !

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denote the Vofaimes 5 the iirft Piguf«s refer to the Oti Tavo Edition ; tl Mfe ijk Io IU thus [ 1 to the i4 «Qd fttbfequeikt Editioos of the Twc Jvcl O W great will be the Xbndemnatlon of the l Uch^ at the great Day of Account, whei* they (hall be a(ked» What ufes they made of. [201, ^02], Little knows the narrow -minded man the pleafure^ that fill the he^rt of a beneficent perfon, on re Be^Ing on the * good be has been enabled to do to worthy obje As, ii.

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