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If you are at leisure I will desire you to enquire in any Bookseller's shop for a statius and to look in the beginning of the Achilleid for a Birds. nest which if I am not mistaken is very finely described It camer in I think by way of Simile towards of Beginning of the Book, where the Joet compares Achilles's mother looking after a proper seat to conceal her son in to a Bird searching after a sit place for a hest. If you find it send it. bring it your self and as you acquit. yourself of This you may perhaps be troubled with more Predical Commissions from Hearty/Service to w
The read time you come bring.
ur most Faithfull Humble Servant
THE WHOLE CONTENTS OF BP. HURD'S EDITION, WITH LETTERS
AND OTHER PIECES NOT FOUND IN ANY PREVIOUS
COLLECTION; AND MACAULAY'S ESSAY
WITH CRITICAL AND EXPLANATORY NOTES,
BY GEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE,
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He from the taste obscene reclaims our youth,
And sets the passions on the side of truth;
Forms the soft bosom with the gentlest art,
And pours each human virtue thro' the heart."-POPE
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