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PRINTED FOR H. D. SYMONDS,
BY BYE AND LAW, ST. JOHN'S-SQUARE, CEERKENWELL.
IT is right the reader should know that these Letters were not only written in N 1802, but that a great part of them were actually printed in that year; since which, until the present moment, they have remained in the hands of the printer. Having made no pledge, I do not conceive myself bound to assign the motive which induced me to withhold them from the world, but the most cursory perusal of them, will render any further explanation
Book - Apr. 26, 1946 2v.
Many authors have travelled with an intention of submitting to their countrymen the result of their inquiries; and on their return home, have quietly composed in their closets, a series of Letters for the press, which every one knows, were never sent from the countries that they had A 2 visited.