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OLIVER GOLDSMITH, M.B.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED
SOME ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE AND WRITINGS.
A NEW EDITION, COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME.
PUBLISHED BY PETER BROWN,
59 SOUTH BRIDGE STREET,
OPPOSITE THE UNIVERSITY.
sist the power of long and pleasing
17 xxix. The equal dealing of Provi-
dence demonstrated with regard tre
II. Family misfortunes. The loss of for-
iunie only serves to increase the
pride of the worthy
stances of our lives are generally
V. A new and great acquaintance intro.
duced. What we place most hopes
upon generally proves most fatal
fellows may learn to be comical for
a night or two
IX. Two ladies of great distinction intro-
duced. Superior finery ever seems
to confer superior breeding
their betters. The miseries of the
above their circumstances
XII. Fortune seems resolved to humble
the family of Wakefield. Morti-
than real calamities
enemy, for he has the confidence to
give disagreeable advice
stration that seeming calamities
may be real blessings
XVII. Scarcely any virtue found to re-
with unexpected interest
23 XXXII. The conclusion
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