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fence Employments which You Darfon have pass’d through, to fin vould not have been a
ble to have raised You this hei general approbation, had
way hey not been accompaniideeled with that Moderation'
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of of setting to Show those great Services which You have done the Publick, has not likewife a little contributed to that Universal Acknowledgment which is paid You by Your Country. :"..;
THE Confideration of this Part of Your Cha-: racter, is that which hinders me from enlarging on thofe Extraordinary Ta
lents, which have given You so great a Figure in the British Senate, as well as on that Elegance and Politeness which appear in Your more retired Conversation. I should be unpardonable, if, after what I have said, I should longer detain You with an Address of this Nature: I cannot, however, conclude it without owning jiti! A r those those great Obligations which ; You have laid upon, ... . ... .
N° 170. Friday, September 14. 1711.
In amore hec omnia infunt vitia: injuria,
to a V PON looking over the Letters of my fea
male Correspondents, I find several from
Innocence; and defiring my Advice on
this Occasion. I shall therefore take this
FEALOUSY is that Pain which a Man feels from