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From these works, many of which possess considerable merit, though not more than two or three of them have been reprinted, I trust that the selection has been such, as to render this portion of The GLEANER peculiarly interesting and instructive.
Hadleigh, Suffolk, Jan. 1811.
CV. On the present state of learning. On purity
founded, as proceeding from want of culti-
vation. Genius to be discovered even in the
dark ages. The land of liberty, the land of
Decay of eloquence and temporary
duration of poetry after the enslavement of
Rome by Augustus. A series of learned
men produced by Greece. Some remarks
on an unfair position in the 127th paper of