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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.
PRINTED FOR THOMAS NELSON.
XXI. The short continuance of friendship
among the vicious, which is coeval
17 XXIX. The equal dealing of Provi-
dence demonstrated with regard to
the happy and the miserable here be-
repaid the balance of their sufferings
II Family misfortunes. The loss of for-
tune 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
18. Two ladies of great distinction intro-
duced. Superior finery ever seems
to confer superior breeding
their betters. The miseries of the
above their circumstances
the family of Wakefield. Morti-
than real calamnities
enemy, for he has the confidence to
give disagreeable advice
stration that seeming calamities
may be real blessings
XVII. Scarcely any virtue found to rem