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Several anonymous, well-received Pieces,
To which are added,
Praise no Man e'er deserv'd, who fought no more.
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Sold by G. KE ARSLY, No. 46, near Žerjeants Inn, Fleec-itreet.
THESE petites pieces, now first fele&ted, are committed to the public eye by the inportunate defire of the Author's friends. If, therefore, to oblige them, he has ventured his reputation as a writer on the deep ocean of literature, to them only be attributes the risk of Fame, which is the general point in view by the meanest of pasions, Vanity. But as the Author has ever happily felt himself free from that obftinate disorder, and conceived it his highest pleasure to oblige, he concludes that if in the