" To do something to instruct, but more to undeceive, the timid and admiring student;
to excite him to place more confidence in his own strength, and less in the infallibility of
great names;-to help him to emancipate his judgment from the shackles of authority ;-to
teach him to distinguish between shewy language and sound sense ;-to warn him not to pay
kimself with words;-to shew him that what may tickle the ear or dazzle the imagination, will
not always inform the judgmegt;--to dispose him rather to fast on ignorance than to feed
himself with error."
Fragment on Government.
JANUARY TO DECEMBER INCLUSIVE.
Printed for the Editor, by George Smallfield.
PUBLISHED BY SHERWOOD, NEELY AND JONES,