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TO WHICH ARE ADDED, A FEW
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INTENDED CHIEFLY FOR THE USE OF THE
By the late WILLIAM GILPIN, M. A.
TREBENDARY OF SALISBURY,
a New Edition,
PUBLISHED BY HIS TRUSTEES,
Vicar's Hill, Jan. 8. 1808. MY DEAR SIR,
It is a pleasure to me, that these little E publications afford me an opportunity of
giving a testimony of my affection to some of my early friends, whose conduct in life has given me so much satisfaction.
With various branches of your family I -- have had much intimate acquaintance, if
I may not call it friendship; among whom
It has been the impudent boast of proAligacy, that private vices are public benefits. I should not think the welfare of my Country ran much risk, under the influence of an opposite maxim. – I dare even venture to conceive, the influence of