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Field, I (hall reduce :my Thoiightfto the three - and the former have too crcaV a foiffidencV nf
1 .fallowing Heads, vi. v- " .; ttier.own Parts, I -ihalLriot prefume to deter'
; , " 1 - 'TT-- - , ' - rnlne. However the Thing itfdf is too ob
f ' ; TKc Advantages-of refined and friendly , yious to admit of any.-Difpute ; and from hence.
Conversion, - . ;r, -'., ." we, may gather: the-Nec'tffity of interchanging
v-'W" The Sub jed . Matter of it jarid, : our Thoughts jnDifcourfc, "if we-would im-
.... -: JIIrfr, The Manner, of handling vtbc To-, prove them to the ut-molh - - :
- - rvt r f r v 'fnyn I 7Y-r, tt .1 , - , .rf',l " .J .. --- - rf ' 1 - . i
. iaj-iuyvviivvaiiuHi i-ncre are iome ivjen, wno nave excellent
' - . : ,,: . ' . good Senfe, 'and yet are very diftruftfuj of it.
l M. m. . S I I : 1 HI. .. 1 LI 1W MIAMI 3 III ll llIITfl I I f I M If r TIM .111 nfl ST f Tl l X A- 1 1 n . tt I m fr. - 1 . i .
ftfendly Converfation. : Veil,, that (hews tbofe Graces which1 it 'would'
One; of the greateft Peafures aMan can feem to cover. One of .this Make is Jike.: a-
;". prqpofeto himfelf tn.thisWorld is to live with V hew-blown Roie, which JsJnLcre-iweetan
beautiful, when it's Eeaves'are a little folded
Friends;-in. ah , uninterrupted Jntercourfe of- than when it's' Glories are fnllv tHMrA
- - mutual Gty'lrties and Endearments. 7 h refin- " But, on the contrary, an exct'Jfivt Modcljj' lays
: - td and mfterly;.Converfation with Men of ; a Perfon under -Juch ApDrehenlions of offending
' tnis rTurni hriahtens the Imaaihatinn nnrr flvt iVVnoWe KIr .Cc MnoKL ;i '
: - . 7 . : T w . 5 wtfUV H lUdliVJ UAttl IVUAdUAUIb U VICUItflVm I 41
; . Ripens the Judgment and convinceth us, how remedyithis Inconvenience Clubof fin
;.ucb-;the Friend improves the Scholar. As by- leaTfdfer
reading we take in a-vaft many. Ideas ; fo by Here he may give the full Play to hF Genius;
Converfation, we . learn to ' marfhal them- in and difcanLupon
their proper Order. pThe Style of feveral where he7is fure mitljing will bevdifcovead to-
Learned ;Men:has 'been efnbarrafled and per- hirDifadvcap ja
plexed ; for no pther Reafon I believe, , but : Thought to the Te(f and: Exa minotion of thofe
t.- becaufe they had Tod much led the Lives of ''Gentlenieir
Reclufes. TKeir Heads, inftead of a regular of Mind; that generous Sincerity of Heart,, as -
Train of Thinking;, have been crammed th to
a confufed Groupe of Ideas. : " ing Judgment, and Cleariiefe of Head, as to
- The Earl of Clarendon, in his Survey of "be very abh to point out his .Beauties and
- . ikeviatlian
fpent too much Time in 77;Mw, and too. his Excellencies. 'rJ:i:i:-CZ::-,
little in thofe thoughts i The laftnd greatefi Advantage I ftall men
pany of other Men of the fame, or as good tion, is that of mutual Advice : 4 It may h$
:1J la cr u 1 1 i e s : For Want whereof he contraaed reafoiiably believed," (fays thc Ndtlrilon'
fiich a Morofity, that he was at the fame Time of the Duke of ; Buckingh am) that if he
poflcfled wfca Spirit of Contradia
, yet impatient and
r : 9n ycr fat io n tfherrc h at-great :Perfbn vyou Id vp
beat down that over bearings Tern per, and committed as few Faults, and done as tranf-
, Sulf Sufficiency of Mind, which is (o very dif- ILcen
JrseuYicw5-cannocaKc m cne wnoirc
j . j' "'r'" v v jf-vii, uy, a iic wddnicu ivdy uy tne vurrenr, or ra--
- z r.peculiaralt U ther Torrentrif hiv imnetnni.c Polmc
. uiuciciji-iHvvjicreror;e and pregnant inltance - of the
Attainments veryzLoftcn-make fome, Difc
Ties which fcayeee
As poorer Countries can boaft of forne diftin our Intereft much at -Heart ; This opens all
. . guifhing Produa?, which the richer are defti- the Avenues40 our Mind, ftrengthens and eri-
.N . tiite of. Whether Providence did not wifely forces his Admonitions, fo that they never fail
' - -ordain this, that the latter.might not entertain - to make a" much deeper Imprefliori, than the
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