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Printed for F. Power and Co. at N° 65, St. Paul's
in Pater-nofter Row.
HERE are an hundred faults in this
Thing, and an hundred things might be said to prove them beauties. But it is needless. A book may be amusing with numerous errors, or it may
very dull without a single absurdity. The hero of this piece unites in himself the three greatest characters upon earth; he is a priest, an husbandman, and the father of a family. He is drawn as ready to teach, and ready to obey, as fimple in affluence, and majestic in adversity. In this age of opulence and refinement whom can such a character please? Such as are fond of high life, will turn with disdain from the fimplicity of his country fire-lide. Such as