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ligion, you will see, that to those who receive and cherish it, it must infallibly become a source of happiness, never to be exhausted; a source of hope, which, when the world smiles upon us, will prevent us from being fascinated by its smile; and when it frowns, will save us from being dejected by its frowns.
May the efforts of my zeal be guided by the influence of that Spirit of truth which can work conviction where earthly wisdom fails! And may a blessing from Him who is the God of truth follow my labours!
END OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
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TO THE DAUGHTER
FORMATION OF RELIGIOUS AND MORAL
By ELIZABETH HAMILTON,
1 LETTERS ON THE ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OP
EDUCATION," SfC. fyc. SfC.
THE THIRD EDITION.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
PRINTED *OR T. CADELL AND W. DA VIES,
THE SECOND VOLUME.
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