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ESSAYS AND THOUGHTS
ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS
VARIOUS AUTHORS, &c.
N'LNE PAPERS FROM THE
BF THE RIGHT REFEREND
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No. 62, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD.
THE Apophthegms and Maxims of Persons remarkable for their learning, wisdom, and piety, have ever been considered as ranking amongst the choicest treasures of literature :, those of Bishop Horne, first priated under the title of " ESSAYS AND THOUGHTS om. Various Subjects, and from Various Authors, &c.". at the end.cf his Life, by JONES, are certainly amongst the most valuable, not only on account of the importance of the instruction contained in them, but for the manner in which it is conveyed, being often in the most easy and familiar style, and sometimes with a humour and facetiousness peculiar to the Bishop. Mr. JONES, his lordship’s chaplain and intimate friend, in the Prefatory Epistle to his Life, addressed to the late WILLIAM STEVENS, Esq. says,
“ I have heard it observed of him by a gen“ tleman, who never was suspected of a want of