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SIR WILLIAM JONES.
THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR,
IN THIRTEEN VOLUMES
PRINTED FOR JOHX STOCKDALE, PICCADILLY;
AND JOHN WALKER, PATERNOSTER-ROW.
THE SEVENTH VOLUME.
GLOSS OF CALLU'CA.
CHAP. I.-On the Creation; with a Summary of the
Contents . .
CHAP. II.-On Education; or, on the First Order 111
CHAP. III.-On Marriage; or, on the Second Order 153
CHAP. IV.-On Economicks, and Private Morals
CHAP. V.On Diet, Purification, and Women
IT might perhaps be fufficient, if my address to you this day were confined to fome short remarks on those offences, of which the prifoners named in the calendar are accused; but such is the particularity of my own situation, that I cannot help feeling an inclination to take a wider range. Six years have elapfed, fince the feat, which I have now the honour to fill, became vacant; and, in that interval, fo many important events have happened in India, and so many interesting debates have been held in the parliament of Britain, on the powers and objects of this judicature, that I may naturally be expected to touch at least, though not to enlarge,