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Dr. Dodaridye, in a Letter to an Nasien, at the henkiin of revera C'Lisane wis nec miten amony tl Emonón I vincenimists, sans. "I chose this head with the mentionin
h.bance, dishem Jeannot but deus that he seems to me te have understood the Gersele as well as any resino cred ankar I have ever read, a to have imbibed as mens is gunt, ne
mert au blume is to we found in die windungs; &, notre standing the obscuring of some fussures, the harsinen filours, instances in the strongest patios, as well as some of the most uncoronin Chunghts. It lies a little out es my way to use serve it at present yet it is most tore, that were wil the thoughts of his Living Temple to be taken from China inte tributes, what would remain and every on masiderable; lintarhat remains aukošbue, uborsenna á by Theis, is eighty various, & in many parts of it, excetme beantions". Dreilridye. Diary & Correspentence,
bemareze, voiv. jó.6886.
Cap. II. I. The two more principal grounds