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RECLUSE OF NORWAY.
Miss ANNA MARIA PORTER. .
64 Not his, the fortitude that mocks at pains,
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN,
THEODORE now felt the full advan
tage of former application. Having siudied every language he had learned with critical accuracy, and perpètually exercised himself in writing as well as reading them, he was enabled to answer the letters of Englishmen, Germans, and Italians with the elegance of a native.
Where the subjects were purely intellectual, his pen flowed with the clearness and originality of his own ideas; and where they were mixed with other topics, the instruc