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E R Ř A T A. P. 10. for Ettiguette, read Ettiquette. P. 45. read SJ
n g . P. 94. read middling Abilities. P. 108. read
OfL-d L’D- cer. P. 117. read Ejay on the Nature, &c. The candid reader is desired to correct the many other errors which he will find, of the Authors, and of the Printer.
Of the * * * *.
A P of many private virtues ; but
o it is to be lamented ; that he does not converse more freely : with men of rank, sense, and condition: and less so, with inferior persons.
Of the * * *, * *
H ER good sense; her good heart; her easy
carriage; and her agreeable manner and person: have justly gained her, the esteem and affection of all the nation.