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ever, by just sentence of the Parliament, deprived of the happiness of ending his days in England; which might, in some measure, have been foreseen by the g of J to he being lord of the 4th, the end of all things.*

N.B. All young beginners should at first write down their judgments om each figure at full length, and afterwards contract their opinions into a narrow compass; by this means they wffl soon acquire experience. It is well to enter every figure in a book for farther reference, and to remark and register such things as have occurred according to their predictions or otherwise ; by which they will be able to correct their future judgments.

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