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D JENNINGS, D. D. AND P. DOODRIDGE, D.D.
BY W, & h. RICHARDSON:
pleasure than his Improvement of the Mind, of which the radical principles may indeed be found in Locke's Conduct of the Understanding ; but they are fo expanded and ramified by Watts, as to confer on him the merit of a work in the highest degree useful and pleasing. Whoever has the care of inftru&ting others, may be charged with deficience in his duty if this book is not recommended."
Dr. Johnson's Life of Dr. Watts.