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IN FOUR VOLUMES.
By CHARLOTTE SMITH
OF MAN, when warm’d by Reason's purest ray,
PRINTED POR T. CADELL, JUN. AND W. DAVIES,
IN THE STRAND
PREF A C E.
Mrs. Sarah Fielding, and now out of print, called “ The Art of Tormenting,” that I have read the following fable:
“ A fociety of animals were once disputing on various modes of suffering, and of death ; many offered their opinions, but it was at length agreed that the sheep, as the most frequent victim, could give the best account of the
agonies inflicted by the teeth and claws of beasts of prey.”
If a Writer can best describe who has suffered, I believe that all the evils arising from oppression, from fraud and chicane,