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Mr. DE VOLTA IR E.
A NEW EDITIO N.
Grays-Inn, Holborn; R. BALDWIN, in Pater-
M DCC LX.
HE present work appears with
confidence in the kingdom that gave birth to it: and will be well fatisfied with its fortune, if it meets with as favourable a reception as has been indulged to all the other compositions of its author. The high esteem which Mr. de Voltaire has always discovered for the English, is a Proof how ambitious he is of their approbation. It is now grown
familiar to him, but then he is not tired with it; and indeed one would be apt to think that this circum