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admire his excellencies, or solicit his favours; for admiration ceases with novelty, and interest gains its end and retires. A man whose great qualities want the ornament of superficial | attractions, is like a naked mountain with mines of gold, | which will be frequented only till the treasure is exhausted.

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C H A P. VI.
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on the ADVANTAGES or usiring GENTLENESS of MANNERS witH FIRMNESS of MIND.

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