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QUI CAPIT ILLE FACIT."
PRINTED FOR LEIGH AND SOTHEBY,
T is with the most humble
fubmiffion that I dedicate,
to the Father of his people, these
THE glare of Majesty has
not attracted me. Too obfcure in my fituation ever to hope that my name may reach your royal ear; and partial, as I may be, to the offspring of my fancy; I am not fufficiently vain, to think my book worthy your ferious attention.
To the man, Sir, I addrefs myself, and not to the monarch; and as I write profeffedly
fedly for the benefit of my fellow-creatures, could I have found a better husband, a better father, or a more exemplary character, to him, let his fitua
tion have been what it would, I fhould have infcribed the Work.
THAT a life fo precious,. fo invaluable, may be long preferved, not only to bless your amiable confort, and your royal