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IIR, If you will be so good as to refer your readers to the Monthly Anthology, vol.
). pp. 486, 531, 587, they will see the propriety of the following Extract from “ the Lady's Monthly Mufeum, or Polite Repofitory of Amusement and Instruction," for November, 1803, with an elegant Portrait.
For the Monthly Anthology-
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for such enjoyments. How hard IAM every day more and more it is to discover truth ! how casy convinced, that men labour after to be deceived ! I have actually calamity, whilst happiness is with- changed my opinion more than in their reach. Unwilling to be an hundred times respecting this only happy, they seek for some. nation, within the short space of thing more ; and the brief candle thirteen days. Their ignorance of existence goes out, before they has yielded to their wisdom, and find that the world is too narrow their wisdom has been eclipsed by