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BY FREDERICK SMITH.
MINTED BY RICHARD TAYLOR AND CO., SHOE-LANE.
SOLD BY DARTON, HARVEY, AND DARTON,
Dr. Watts has wisely observed, that there are few studies so worthy a man as the knowledge 3 himself; that many advantages attend a right notion herein. Under this impression, the writer of these pages has from time to time committed his thoughts to paper, but never with a view to make them public till within a short period; having uniformly had cause to be humbled at the very limited powers of which he conceived man possessed in order to obtain any thing like certainty in this knowledge; believing that all true wisdom must be perfected from that source from whence it alone originates; and though the greatest