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AUTHOR OF THE ENGLISH WOMAN; HOURS OF AFFLUENCE
- ANCIENT CASTLE, &c. &c.
We love some men, we know not why. Our tenderness is nem turally excited in all their concerns. We excuse their faults with the same indulgence, and approve their virtues with the same applause, with which we consider our own.
Citizen OF THE WORLD.
THIS spontaneous friendship is not more the offering of liberality than of humility, It is liberal to shew leniency to venial errors; while the least observing and eartlispelled mortal of our sphere must internally acknowledge that perfection of character is a lusus nature, which does not often grace our sublunary state. VOL. I.